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Scrapbook for August 2014

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The Sons of Italy met for their annual scholarship dinner June 19 at the Fairfield Senior Center and honored the local scholarship recipients. Keila Wedow, of Dixon High School, left, poses with Susan Cahan, scholarship chairwoman.

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Howie Tomson, of Armijo High School, left, is with Susan Cahan, scholarship chairwoman, at the Sons of Italy scholarship dinner on July 19 at the Fairfield Senior Center.

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August Messano, of Fairfield High School, left, is honored by Scholarship Chairwoman Susan Cahan at the Sons of Italy dinner on July 19 at the Fairfield Senior Center.

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Andrew Pirandini, of Vanden High School, is one of eight scholarship recipients of the Sons of Italy Scholarship. He is pictured with Susan Cahan, scholarship chairwoman.

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Mila Horn, of Vanden High School, was honored along with eight other recipients at the annual Sons of Italy Scholarship Dinner on July 19 at the Fairfield Senior Center.  She is pictured next to Susan Cahan, scholarship chairwoman.

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The FaST Lions met on July 2 at Mimi’s Cafe. Pictured from left is Jane Johnson of Child Haven and FaST Lions President Mary Lorenz. Johnson spoke to the group about Child Haven, which provides therapeutic mental health services for children and their families. Child Haven sees approximately 500 children under the age of 5 per year.

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Ruth Matz spoke to FaST Lions about how Community Action NorthBay serves veterans and the physically and mentally disabled seniors of Solano County. Pictured from left are Hal Jones, Ruth Matz and FaST Lion President Mary Lorenz.

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The FaST Lions rode and walked in the Fourth of July Parade in Fairfield. They distributed American flags and candy along the route. Pictured from left are Mike Giusto, Mary Lorenz, Ken Perkins, Jay Huyssoon and Ron Howe.

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FaST Lion President Mary Lorenz welcomed the newest club member Mike Giusto at his induction ceremony. Giusto was sponsored by Ron Howe. Pictured from left are Lorenz, Guisto and Howe.

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The Native Sons of the Golden West Solano Parlor No. 39 carried the California Bear Flag to a second-place finish in the community division at the Fairfield Fourth of July parade. 

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Soroptimist International of Central Solano County met July 11 at the Cordelia Library. Soroptimist President Betsy Sullivan, left, presented a check to Joanne Wright, the club’s literacy manager. The Soroptimists support the “Women Helping Women” program each year in Solano County.

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Shalon Maral, left, of the Girl Scouts, received a check from Soroptimist Past President Arletta Cortright. The Soroptimist club donates a check each year in the name of the outgoing president to the organization of her choice. Cortright picked the Girl Scouts’ “Got Choices” program. The money donated will help fund activities for women in the program in Solano County.

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The Knights of Columbus installed officers of the Chief Solano Council at the Holy Spirit Church on July 27.

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Fairfield Host Lions President Terry Meader, left, presents Lion member Ruclare Pauling the “Lion of the Year” award for all of his service and dedication at the installation dinner in June at the Courtyard by Marriott in Fairfield.

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Fairfield Suisun Twilight Rotary President Darrin Moody, left, receives good wishes from Past President J.D. Lopez at the clubs’ meeting in July to install new officers.

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Past President J.D. Lopez, left, presents incoming President Darrin Moody with the “Rotarian of the Year Award” at the Fairfield Suisun Twilight Rotary Club dinner in June.

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The Fairfield Suisun Twilight Rotary Club kickoff dinner in Suisun Valley allowed members to meet and to enjoy the evening. Pictured in the front row, from left: Tamer Totah and Grace Hindes; middle row: Craig Bryan, Mary Ann Moody, Darrin Moody, Joe Trigueiro; back row: Glen Faison and Vic Jones.

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The 60th class reunion for Armijo High was attended by, front row from left: Josie Minakata Kobayashi, Mary Hermann Franklin, Louise Carrion Rossi, Mary Sierra Ambler, Marilyn Rasmussen Pearson and Mike Harper; second row: Warren Alonzo, Bingo Wesner, Mary Ann Todd LittleJohn, Eddie Diaz, La Vern Lynn Riedinger, Vivian Lewis Campbell, Carol Sweeney Herzig, Jean Inn, Beverly Pendleton Brown, Warren Sheldon and Barbara Marianno.

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From left, Rotary Club of Cordelia President Bob Marston, speaker Chuck Timm, visiting Rotarian Dr. Dawud Muhaimin, Assistant District Governor Jon Dwyer and guest Tai Lee attend the meeting on July 16. Timm spoke on the homeless issues in the community and thanked the club for supporting the Police Activities League.

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Youth was served at the Rotary Club of  Cordelia as, from left, Rodriguez High School Interact outgoing President Melanie Esver, incoming Interact Secretary Annalissa Pena, incoming Interact Vice President Jessalyn Esver, Rotary Club of Cordelia Youth Chairwoman Christina Boyle and incoming Interact President Sabrina Baladad-Perez attended.

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Bill Fernow, left, and Carol Collison, membership chairwoman, visit at the Rotary Club of Cordelia meeting.

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A very happy Jermaine Tilson is presented with a backpack that contains a new laptop. The Rotary Club of Cordelia is sponsoring Tilson for his college expenses. Tilson intends to pursue a degree from the registered nurse program at Solano Community College. Also pictured is club President Bob Marston and Heather Sanderson from the Police Activities League.

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Speaker Francisco Morino, left, talks to the Rotary Club of Cordelia about how to select good vodka. Also pictured is club President Bob Marston.

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Fairfield Host Lions’ Installation Dinner was held in June at Courtyard by Marriott in Fairfield. The new 2014-15 board of directors are, from left: Francisco Moreno, John Thompson, Barbara Robertson, Ruclare Pauling, Billie Butler, Treasurer Terry Meader, Carolyn Bailey and President Nancy Meadows Trigueiro. Not pictured are Secretary Vic Herndon, Rocco DeMarino, Leo Martin and Chuck Goldman.

Susan Hiland

Susan Hiland

Susan graduated from Southern Oregon University in Ashland, Oregon with a B.A. in Communications. She has eight years experience working for newspapers in Wausa, Nebraska. She lives in Vacaville with her husband and dog.
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