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Valley Home News Week of January 22, 2014

POSTED January 21, 2014 4:36 p.m.

 

We are excited to learn that our friend and neighbor, Ray Martin, has been appointed to the Board of Directors for Oakdale Rural Fire. Congratulations Ray!

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Over the next few weeks we will profile some of the many folks in Valley Home that give up their time to serve our community and make a difference here. All are much appreciated.

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If anyone has any information they would like to share please give me a call at 209-985-5233. If anyone would like to write this column (Laura’s column) occasionally please call me, Winnie, at the number mentioned. It is important to share the events and happenings in our community and also to honor Laura’s hard work of 38 years! Again we offer a special thank you to Laura.

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At our MAC meeting this past Wednesday, it was discussed and decided to hold a “Love Valley Home Day.” Valley Home School Superintendent Rolanda Des Rosiers-Lewis will chair this exciting event. More information will be coming.

Our best wishes to CHP Officer Chuck Leon’s family for speedy recoveries. A big thank you to Officer Chuck for coming to the MAC meeting even though his whole family was a bit under the weather from the flu.

We also learned that Glenn Burghardt and Don Taro will be taking care of the watering at the Valley Home Park during this drought.

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Reminder to all Valley Home 4-H leaders…Please call Winnie if you would like to attend the annual County 4-H Council dinner at the Stanislaus County Fairgrounds. This dinner honors the hard work and dedication of our adult project leaders.

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Tyler Furtado and dad Tony enjoyed some special time with grandpa while watching the game between the 49ers and Seahawks this past Sunday. What a great way to spend the day!

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We are all wondering who the handsome man in the beautiful new white pickup could be. Could it be super Grandpa Russ Carpenter?

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Happy trails to all…

 

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