Scrapbook for October 2012

By From page C2 | October 14, 2012


The Preceptor Kappa Kappa chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met at Minna Gross’ home in Fairfield to make blankets for the Children’s Hospital in Oakland. Pictured, from left, are Penny Pintter, Jennifer Ginder, Minna Gross, Donna McDonald, Lore Quillen, Debbie Arsich and Jeannie Craddack.


Carla Garbani-Gomez and David Rico of Vacaville and Geno Bruno of Fairfield enjoy the Sons of Italy picnic Aug. 26 at Laurel Creek Park.



Joy Bruno and Louise Rossi of Fairfield enjoy a July 24 Sons of Italy Book Club meeting. The group meets every other month to read and discuss Italian and American literature.


The Society of Military Widows met at Paradise Valley Estates Sept. 8 for the installation of executive board members. Pictured, from left, are members Melva Jarrett, Betty Shishido, Coco Seymour and Freddie Allen.


The newly installed executive board members of the Society of Military Widows are, standing from left, Angelina Smith, vice president; Bobbie McClanahan, secretary; Lorraine Young, treasurer; Ione Marks, secretary and Josey Parsons, president, seated.


Soroptimists launch their support of Coats for Kids at a Sept. 25 meeting at the Hilton Garden Inn. Pictured, from left, are Darla Steyer, Hilda Ross, Sally Silvia and Diana Holt.


Rodriguez High School graduates Rachel Esver and Komal Mishra, former members of the Rotary-sponsored Interact club, were recent guests of Cordelia Rotary Club. Also shown is Jason Perkins, the club’s New Generations chair.


Bejan Pazdel and Bill Rawlinson of Cordelia Rotary Club were awarded their Multiple Paul Harris Fellow pin by Foundation Chair Candy Pierce at the club’s Sept. 26 meeting. Both members were acknowledged for sustained contributions to the Rotary Foundation.


Fairfield Chief of Police Walk Tibbet discussed police department staffing and readiness at the Cordelia Rotary Club’s Sept. 26 meeting. Chief Tibbet is shown with club president June Johnson.


Cordelia Rotary teammates Jason Perkins, Meredith McKown and Tina Blythe braved the Tough Mudder obstacle course competition Sept. 29 in Tracy. The event raised funds for the Wounded Warrior Project.


Accepting an entry for the Chocolate Bake-Off offered by the Fairfield Suisun Rotary Club at the Art, Wine and Chocolate event are rotarians Kelly Rhoads-Poston and Bud Ross.


Judging the Chocolate Bake-Off entries for the Fairfield Suisun Rotary Club are Darrin Hamner, food and beverage manager for the Green Valley Country Club, and Judy Dhuyvetter, Raley’s bakery manager.


Fairfield Suisun Rotary Club donated to the Fairfield Advocate for the Arts. Rotarian President Jeff Baggett presents a check to Rotarian and FAA member Zach Powell.


F.a.S.T Lions Mary Lorenz and Joe Chu poured beer and wine at this year’s downtown Tomato Festival. All proceeds earned will be used in the F.a.S.T. Lions Supporting our Troops program.


F.a.S.T Lions Bob Dias and club president Sonny Antonio sell sunglasses at the Tomato Festival to raise money for their community projects.


F.a.S.T Lion president Sonny Antonio, Steven Smimch from Napa Marble & Granite, and F.a.S.T. Lion Gary Ames are pictured. Simich spoke to the F.a.S.T. Lions on his family owned and operated company, which supplies many of the monuments in our local cemeteries.


Becky Cruz, program manager and educational liaison for the foster and homeless youth in Solano County, spoke to the F.a.S.T Lions on the Homeless Youth Services program, which assists young people in meeting their educational needs. Pictured, from left, are F.a.S.T. Lion president Sonny Antonio, Becky Cruz and F.a.S.T. Lion Ron Howe.


F.a.S.T. Lion club members assembled and donated 100 eyeglass case toiletry kits to the foster and homeless youth in Solano County Program. Pictured are F.a.S.T. Lion president Sonny Antonio, Becky Cruz and past-president Mary Lorenz.

Domini Williams


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