December 21, 2011
Annual Holiday Party, Awards and Election Meeting
| Plan now to attend our wonderful Annual Holiday and Awards Meeting. It is a pot luck so bring a delicious appetizer, main dish, salad or holiday "goodie" to share.
The Volunteer of the Year, President's Award, special awards, and Volunteer Hour Pins will be awarded.
Ballots will be collected until the start of the meeting and the results of the Board election will be announced toward the end of the meeting. |
There will also be the largest group of fantastic raffle prizes that we've had this year, including a one hour airplane ride over Sonoma County. It's a meeting with holiday cheer and lots of awards for deserving people and one that is always a lot of fun.
Beverages, paper goods and cutlery will be provided. We are asking you to bring a dish according to the first letter of your last name;
A – F Appetizer
G – L Salads
M – R Main Dish
S – Z Dessert
I know that we all have special dishes we enjoy sharing and you are encouraged to bring them if you like. However, please bring them in addition to the category that falls under your last name.
***PLEASE BRING A SERVING PIECE FOR YOUR DISH***
As usual, we will have full access to the kitchen so you can refrigerate, zap or heat up your dishes. There will also be dish soap and dishtowels if you want to wash your dish before leaving. Any questions??? Call Diana at 707/578-6883.
Location:Mesa Beverage Company, Inc.
3200 N. Laughlin Road. Santa Rosa, CA
Directions: From Santa Rosa, take Highway 101 North and exit at Airport Blvd. Turn left on Laughlin Road toward the museum. The Mesa building is located on the left side of the street just past the museum and Nob Hill south gate.
Don't miss the next one in 2012!
|January 18||Fire Captain Chris Jurasek of CAL FIRE Sonoma Air Attack base. Captain Juresek will be speaking about the aviation firefighting mission located here at the Charles M Schultz - Sonoma County Airport.||February 15||
Col. Pete Peterka US Army (Ret.).
Speaking about his role as paratrooper and the Research & Development of parachuting in the US Army covering his 32 year career.
|March 21||John Palmer US Army helo pilot in Vietnam. Speaking about his experiences flying combat in South East Asia.|