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Valley Home News for January 18, 2012

POSTED January 17, 2012 10:51 p.m.
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We have received word that two horses were lost on Friday night right on Valley Home Road near Pleasant Valley Road as a gate was left open. One is a sorrel warm blood and the other is a small bay. The owner is Brian Bradley, his phone number is 848-4849. Please contact him if you have any information about this.
Nancy Osmundson forwards this next piece of information to us concerning recent gang tagging on the stop sign at the corner of Pioneer and Lone Tree and also vandalism to fence boards being removed on that same corner. We also received another report of more graffiti showing up in the Valley Home area, and in addition residents also report that several pairs of tennis shoes tied together were seen hanging on an electric line, indicating the presence of gangs. Please keep your eyes open for anything suspicious, get as many details as possible and report it to the authorities.
Nancy also informs us that the meeting of the Valley Home MAC scheduled for this Wednesday night has been canceled and has been rescheduled for Wednesday, February 1st. We send our heartfelt sympathy to Nancy and her family members on the passing of her father-in-law.
We were glad to learn that one of our favorite young people, Amanda Monschein is feeling better now, and we all wish her a speedy recovery.
We received word that Cody Bartholomew is busy getting his chickens and ducks ready for the upcoming regional poultry show being held at the San Joaquin County Fairgrounds. This event is one of the largest poultry shows of the year and there will be thousands of chickens being exhibited.
Beci Mullins celebrated her birthday this past Thursday with a trip up the coast with her good friend, Josh. She also celebrated her special day with her family as niece Jenna and nephews Cody and Cooper surprised her with dinner and a cake.
Time sure flies when you are having fun! Can you believe that this coming Thursday marks the 100th day of school for this semester?
Glenn Burghardt spoke to the Oakdale Women’s Club this past Tuesday and received quite an ovation following his presentation of the 105 year history of the service club which started life as the Oakdale Ladies Improvement Club. During all those years the Women’s Club has pursued its goal of service, improvement and beautification of the City of Oakdale. So many facilities in the city are the result of these goals which include Dorada Park, Oakdale Public Library, Oakdale Swimming Pool (Plunge) and perhaps the most beautiful sign of spring – the gorgeous dogwood trees planted at an early Arbor Day celebration.
We offer a big bouquet of good wishes and a big Happy Birthday to one of our favorite people, Winnie Mullins, who celebrates her birthday today, January 18th. We hope your special day turns out to be simply great! Winnie is one of our most active residents, she can always be found busily involved in activities to benefit our community! Her recent additions to her activities are becoming a member of the Valley Home Municipal Advisory Council (MAC) and a board member of the Valley Home Community Center.
We also wish Ralph Damante a Happy Birthday! Ralph doesn’t reside in Valley Home, but he is deeply involved in doing things for our community. He is a member of the Valley Home Community Center board of directors and has been deeply involved in working on our Valley Home Park. Loads of Happy Birthday wishes Ralph from all your Valley Home friends!

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