SAN JACINTO ALUMNI GAZETTE
San Jacinto Education Foundation/Alumni Association Board of Directors
ANNUAL HAMBURGER BASH
President Jerry Peebles email@example.com Vice President Neal Conijn Nealco9@roadrunner.com Treasurer Becky Elam firstname.lastname@example.org Secretary Charlene Stover email@example.com Foundation Members Anna Chacon firstname.lastname@example.org Dee Cozart S_DCozart@msn.com Betty Jo Dunham Tony O’Neal email@example.com Carol Ott firstname.lastname@example.org Ken Reed email@example.com Cor Schouten IV firstname.lastname@example.org Kim Schouten Kim.email@example.com Nancy Warneke firstname.lastname@example.org Don Wickham email@example.com SJUSD Board of Trustees’ Representatives John Norman firstname.lastname@example.org Rose Salgado email@example.com SJUSD Liaison Members Rich Denava firstname.lastname@example.org Dr. Shari Fox email@example.com
Mark your calendars and ready for some good eats!
annual Hamburger Bash is soon to North Mountain School. The date is March
coming Middle 9, 2013
and AM you
we will be serving from to 2 PM. A $5 ticket will a hamburger with all
11 get the
trimmings, dessert and a boutique
potato salad, chips, a drink. There will be corner with handmade
goods as well This is always
as a silent auction. a great opportunity
to meet new.
The event is co-sponsored by San Jacinto Community Builders and is a continuing San Jacinto tradition that the Education Foundation is proud to be a part of. Save the date; tickets will be on sale the entire month of February from any Community Builder or San Jacinto Education Foundation Board member. As the time approaches, check for more information on tickets and updates at http://www.sanjacinto.k12.ca.us and click on The Education Foundation link.
Please make plans to join us, support raising funds for our local schools, and be an active part of our community. We can promise good food, good fellowship and a great time. See you soon.
Edward Hyatt Athletic Hall of Fame
These Tigers Have Pride!!
The induction of six new members will be held January 26 at the Douglas A Brown Gymnasium beginning at 5 p.m. See above to contact Charlene
CHRISTMAS TURNAROUND SHOPPING FUNDRAISER
By Dee Cozart
The first Christmas Turnaround Shopping Fundraiser was a success and something to build on in the future. While we didn’t sell
out, we had a
may have been a little damp but it was fun day; and, by all reports, everyone had
good time. With 20 ladies on bus left from the Country Club Springs right on time; and, even
board, our at Soboba though we
had some driving in ahead of schedule.
rain, we were arrived at the the sections to
Many of our shoppers immediately took advantage of the food court where they took time to plan their day. With over 100 stores to choose from, there were nearly endless options. There is a cinema complex located in the middle of the Outlet Campus where some shoppers took a break for a movie.
We were back on board the bus at 5 PM and headed for our dinner stop, Wood
Ranch Grill and BBQ. great and there was a nice
The menu was variety of wines.
Again, everyone great fellowship. time, a movie on
reported a fine meal with Back on the bus one last the screens, happy chatter
laughter soon became restful back at Country Club at
quiet. It Soboba
Springs by 9:40, drive home.
This is truly a great way to spend some quality time with family and friends, get some great shopping, and leave the driving
Best of all, the
$800 to our
for our kids and you is due to the
schools. A sincere Soboba Foundation
scholastic funds. Thanks also every shopper who showed up
to each and by 7 AM to
support our cause and join