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Valley Home News


POSTED September 27, 2017 10:56 a.m.
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Today, September 27th is the deadline to sign up for the CPR class to be held in Knights Ferry. This important class is offered free and is a non-certificate class. There is no age limit. Valley Home folks are invited to sign up through this evening by calling me, Winnie, at 209-985-5233. The class will be held on October 5th at 7:00 p.m. in the Knights Ferry Community Hall. There is room for 30 participants and is on a first come, first served basis!

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Valley Home 4-H community club leader Amy Alongi would like to encourage everyone to go online and sign up for the 2017-2018 4-H year! Amy and co-community leader Marybeth Carpenter are excited for the new 4-H year and are looking forward to everything the Valley Home 4-H has to offer this year.

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We offer Happy Birthday greetings to very special community members Christina Barreto, Seth Presant, Heidi Schaefer, Blake Mattos, Jenna Heaton, Tryden Rice, Don Taro, Bonnie Gellerman, Kate Hart, and Ryan Cope! May you all enjoy many happy returns of your very special day!

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Citizens Unite met in Knights Ferry this past Monday evening. The group discussed ideas on shared information on funding for our fire department, and law enforcement! Watch for details on future meetings, your thoughts will be greatly appreciated at these meetings. Please get involved!

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We send out best wishes for a speedy recovery for Cy Chrisman! Cy was in an accident and got banged up a bit. Get well soon Cy, remember duck season is almost here!

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This Thursday there will be a School Site Council meeting, we appreciate each of you who are serving our school!

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Remember our school website is http://www.vhjsd.org. Lots of information at your fingertips!

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This Friday our Valley Home Hawks are in action at Paradise School, games start at 11:30 a.m. Go-o-o Hawks!

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Last Friday night our Oakdale High Mustang football team traveled to East Union High in Manteca and came away with another tremendous victory. I have a special place in my heart for East Union, my alma mater! However the bigger part of my heart belongs to the Oakdale Mustangs. Cody and Cooper Bartholomew are extremely proud of their cousin Josh Jacobson as he helps lead his team to victory! Josh is part of a very special and talented team!

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As always you may reach me by email at winniemullins51@gmail.com. Until next time, “Happy Trails to All!”

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