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Scrapbook for February 2013

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Soroptimist members, from left, Kathy Pratt, guest Marianne Tong, member Sally Silva and Betsy Sullivan enjoy the Soroptimist member mixer Jan. 8 at the Lawler House Gallery in Suisun City.

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Preceptor Kappa Kappa-Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi member Jennifer Grunder, left, and President Lori Quillen paint Christmas ornaments in December at Treasures by You in Suisun City.

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Preceptor Kappa Kappa-Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi members, from left, Penny Piotter, Jennifer Grunder and Lori Quillen welcome new member Sue Plato on Jan. 8 at Jennifer Gruner’s Fairfield home.

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From left, Sherry Anaderio, Roy Pimentel of Vacaville and Carol Urban of Fairfield enjoy fellowship at the Sons of Italy, Northern Solano Lodge 2534 annual Christmas party Dec. 20, 2012, at the Fairfield Senior Center.

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Sons of Italy, Northern Solano Lodge 2534 members, from left, Lisa Hambright and daughter Megan Hambright of Fairfield attend the annual Christmas party Dec. 20, 2012, at the Fairfield Senior Center.

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Sons of Italy, Northern Solano Lodge 2534 members Lenora Dodini, left, and Andy Canora of Fairfield attend the annual Christmas party Dec. 20, 2012, at the Fairfield Senior Center.

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Society of Military Widows President Josie Parsons, left, and Co-Secretary Theresa Dunbar enjoy the annual Christmas luncheon Dec. 8, 2012, at Green Valley Country Club.

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Society of Military Widows members from left, seated, Ruby Hardy, Mary Frances Walker, Lonnie Anderson, Tina, Elsie Shuely and Romy Sabelhaus; second row, standing from left, Lorraine Young, Mary Wilson, Bobbi McClaahan, Ellie Gardner, Billie Evans, Theresa Dunbar and Josie Parsons; third row, from left, standing, Evelyn Barry, Angelina Smith, Phyllis Craig and Shirley Dingley, enjoy the annual Christmas luncheon Dec. 8, 2012, at Green Valley Country Club.

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Guests of the Society of Military Widows, from left, Marsha Kelley, Linda Barry, Nichole Barry, Cathy Lundholm and Denise Tharaldson enjoy the annual Christmas luncheon Dec. 8, 2012, at Green Valley Country Club.

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Rotarian Jon Unger, left, presents Cynthia Garcia with the coveted Ralph Darville Award during the Fairfield Suisun Rotary Noon Club on Jan. 8 at the Kroc Center. The Darville Award is a prestigious award given to outstanding Rotarians for sustained excellence and service.

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Newly inducted member Tony Cincotta of Solano College tells more about himself during the Fairfield Suisun Rotary Noon Club, Jan. 8 at the Kroc Center.

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Rotarian Tara Dacus, left, guest Debbi Davis and Rotarian Jeff Bagget during the Fairfield Suisun Rotary Noon Club, Jan. 8, at the Kroc Center. The club presented the Debbi Davis Children Nurturing Project with three “shaken baby dolls” to help outreach and teach teens and new parents about the effects of shaking a baby.

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Vince Webster, Fairfield fire chief, serves appetizers to Gwyn Runnels at the Fairfield Fire House on Jan. 30. Fairfield firefighters offered an auction dinner and tour of the main firehouse at the Fairfield Lions Club Prime Rib in the Park fundraiser for Fun on the Run mobile education program, which provides exercise, nutrition education, team building, science experiences and more after-school programs for Fairfield youth ages 4 to 15.

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A group of community women who purchased an auction dinner to support the Fairfield Community Services Foundation’s Fun on the Run mobile education program were given a tour and served a delicious dinner at the main Fairfield Fire House on Jan. 30. Pictured, from left, are firefighter and chef Bobby Silva, Terry Glubka, Nancy Hopkins, Yvonne McManigal, Gwyn Runnels, Denise Whitteaker, firefighter and chef Nick Eisan and Becky Morrill.

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The Native Sons of the Golden West, Solano Parlor No. 39, recently held its anual prawn feed at the Cordelia Fire Station. From left are Native Son members Chris Grace and Mike Dillman along with Cordelia Fire Chief Jay Huyssoon and the Cordelia firefighters. The firefighters raised more than $1,000 in tips for their efforts serving at the dinner.

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Members of Cordelia Rotary Club who were recently awarded a Paul Harris service pin include, from left, President June Johnsen, Candy Pierce, Tina Blythe and Bob Marston. The award acknowledges an annual contribution by Rotarians to the Rotary Foundation program.

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Building a medical clinic in Haiti was the focus of a presentation to the Cordelia Rotary Club by Fairfield-Suisun Noon Club Rotarians Talyon Sortor and Dr. Jowel Laguerre. A multi-club effort, the project will initially involve Rotarians leaving for Haiti on Feb. 22 for 10 days to begin setting up the clinic. Cordelia Rotarians Jason Perkins and Kelsey Pearce will join Sortor and Laguerre on the initial trip.

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Cordelia Rotary Club President June Johnsen welcomes guest speaker Dwight “Transparent” Taylor, an international motivational speaker, teacher and hip-hop artist who teaches troubled youth ways to get on the right path and recognize their potential.

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