Letters to editor

Thank you for support

The Solano Wine & Food Jubilee Committee would like to extend a most heart-felt thank you to our incredibly generous community for the support it shows every year for this event.

This program helps those in our community who are facing an end-of-life illness, to die in dignity, and it helps their families to cope with the loss. NorthBay Hospice and Bereavement will continue to be able to provide its compassionate services, thanks to our community’s enthusiastic support of the Jubilee.

To the more than 150 volunteers who spent countless hours setting up the venue, greeting our ticket-holders and cleaning up after all had left; to the hundreds of generous local businesses and individuals who have agreed to provide cash sponsorships, or, in the case of Rami Yanni, general manager of Vacaville Buick GMC and Vacaville Nissan, a brand new car for the Jubilee raffle; and to the thousands of people who bought tickets and attended the event – thank you, for with your donation of time, services, goods and funds, our community becomes a better place because of the compassionate care we are able provide to our friends and neighbors in their final days.

Although the dust has barely settled on the 2014 event, we know we’ll be back in 2015, and we hope to see you there!

Bill Seiden, Solano Wine and Food Jubilee Committee chairman


Brett Johnson, NorthBay Healthcare Foundation president


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