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Quilt unveiled at pancake breakfast; beautiful Quarryhill

<em><strong>Many hands at creekside</strong></em>

Tomorrow evening, that is Wednesday, May 7, from 7 to 8 p.m., join your friends and neighbors sitting on the beautiful creekside terrace at the Jack London Lodge Saloon. You’ll have to buy your own brew (or soda or whatever cooling liquid helps ease you into the evening). True, there is a meeting planned, but it’s mostly good fun and a time to visit with other folks who love Glen Ellen.

The Glen Ellen Village Fair Committee is meeting to discuss and plan for this October’s grand and glorious town party. It’s easy to be part of the group. Join this meeting, or join the committee. All are welcome.

So far committee members include some returnees, namely Shannon Lee, Lisa Hardy, Eileen Berger and Leslie Vaughn. They are the official board members. Other folks on the board include Mike Hardy, Matthew Dickey, and Vicki and Rick Dunham. You are wanted, too.

Being on the committee doesn’t require a huge commitment. As Shannon shares, “many hands make light work,” a cliché that is ever-so-true. Even if you choose to attend this meeting only, your opinion and suggestions about our annual town whoop-de-do will be welcome. See you there.


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