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Scrapbook for September 2012

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From page B7 | September 09, 2012 |

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Rotarian Joan Lovell and spouse, Earl, enjoy wine and friendship at the Fairfield Suisun Rotary fundraiser July 22 at Winterhawk Winery.

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City Manager Sean Quinn presented updates to the Fairfield Suisun Rotary  Club at its Aug. 14 lunch meeting at the Hilton Garden Inn. Pictured are Quinn, left, and Rotarian Cristina Russell.

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Sherilyn Henry from the YIPPEE Foundation made a presentation at the July 25 luncheon meeting of the Fairfield Suisun Rotary at the Hilton Garden Inn.

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Girls from Girl Scout Troop 20456 completed their Silver Award Project Aug. 25, planting a rose garden at Cordelia Hills Elementary School in memory of the first principal, Louise Bevilaqua. Pictured, from left, are Cristina Daley, Nicole Johnston, Sierra Lissick and Natalie McLaughlin.

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On Aug. 25, the Fairfield Host Lions held its eighth annual Prime Rib in the Park Fundraiser which benefits the Fun on the Run program. Nancy Meadows Triguiero, event organizer, is shown addressing the sold-out crowd which enjoyed entertainment from Bill James, former Daily Republic managing editor, and The Honeybee Trio.

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Attendees at the Fairfield Host Lion’s Club eighth annual Prime Rib in the Park Fundraiser for the Fairfield Community Services Foundation’s Fun on the Run program enjoyed Wooden Valley wines and prime rib from the Hilton, cooked by the Lions. Joe Triguiero, far right, served wine from the barrel to Nick Van Male, FCSF board member, and T.Burt McNaughton, member, Fairfield Host Lions.

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Becky Cruz, left, receives a $2,000 check from Clyde Jones, president of the Lee Archer Chapter of the Tuskegee Airmen. Cruz is the program manager, educational liaison at the Golden Hills Education Center of the Solano County Office of Education. The money will be used to purchase school supplies for teens who are homeless or in foster care.

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Viviana Ruggierrio, visiting from Italy, was a special guest at the July 19 monthly meeting of the Sons of Italy. Pictured, from left, are Ruggierrio, her aunt Lena Cradduck and lodge member Maria Reginato of Fairfield.

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Pat Galli, left, Geno Bruno and Albert Galli, all of Fairfield, show the school supplies donated by the Sons of Italy at their July 19 meeting at the Fairfield Senior Center.

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Josephine Agosta of Vallejo, pictured with Joy Bruno, was honored at the state convention of the Sons of Italy as an outstanding member for California.

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Soroptimist and AT&T partnered to support the Girls Circle program at Matt Garcia Youth center. Pictured, from left, are Soroptimist Girls Circle chair Sally Silvia, recent Girls Circle attendees Nadja Allen and Daija Daniels, Police Athletic League Youth Development Coordinator Heather Sanderson, Soroptimist and AT&T Area Director for External Affairs Rhunette Alums and Soroptimist president Stephanie Beardsley.

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Incoming and outgoing officers of Cordelia Rotary Club exchanged pins during a July club meeting at the Courtyard Marriott. Officers include, from left, June Johnsen, president; Colleen Knight, immediate past president; Meredith McKown, secretary and George Paz, president-elect. Not pictured is Nancy Garver, treasurer.

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U.S. Bank recently donated $2,500 to Fairfield Community Services Foundation’s Fun on the Run, a mobile recreation program that provides a safe place for children after school. Nancy Hopkins, left, board member and grants committee chair, receives a check from Rachel Swift, U.S. Bank personal banker.

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Immediate Past President Colleen Knight presents Cordelia Rotary Club’s Bob Marston with the club’s Rotarian of the Year award.

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Cordelia Rotary Club President June Johnson, left, presents club member Bette Noll with a $250 check to purchase backpacks and school supplies for young students of low-income families in the community. Students received their supplies during the “Back to School Resources Fair” held Aug. 11 at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church in Fairfield.

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