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Leona Valley Sertoma Newsletter April 2016
Sertoma and LVIA are working to raise funds to repair/reconstruct the driveway at the Leona Valley Community Building which was destroyed during last October’s epic and unexpected rainstorm.
invite everyone to join their Friends and Neighbors
Community Potluck Fundraiser
Leona Valley Community Building
8367 Elizabeth Lake Road
Saturday, May 7, 2 to 5 p.m.
Sertoma and LVIA are working to raise funds to repair/reconstruct the driveway at the Leona Valley Community Building which was destroyed during last October’s epic and unexpected rainstorm.”
The driveway leads to our Heritage Park and its Museum, 1915 One-Room Schoolhouse & the Gymkhana Arena. It is also the pathway for LVIA, Sertoma, Historical Society, Town Council and 4-H meetings and special events.
OUR DRIVEWAY LEADS TO THE HEART AND SOUL OF OUR COMMUNITY & WE NEED EVERYONE’S SUPPORT TO MAKE THIS DRIVEWAY SAFE AGAIN.
WE ARE COUNTING ON EACH OF OUR LOCAL & LAKES & VALLEYS GROUPS
TO PARTICIPATE BY BRINGING THEIR FAVORITE DISH AND THEIR FAMILY MEMBERS!
Join in a great afternoon with
Great Food • Music • Silent Auction • 50/50 Drawing
Wine & Beer $3 • Sodas & Bottled Water $1
Donations are definitely welcome
and a DONATION BOX will be set up by the door.
For more information contact Jan Clark at 661-270-9268
The strength of a community lies in the willingness of the people who live in it to come together to take action when the need arises. That has always been the case when it comes to the folks who live in the Leona Valley, Elizabeth Lake, Lake Hughes, and Green Valley areas. There is a true sense of community that has neighbors looking after neighbors, seeing a problem and taking action to fix it, and that is why this is such a great area in which to live. The damage to the community building driveway is a perfect example of the sense of community that exist here. The building serves as the focal point of so many of the activities that take place in the area, so repairing the driveway to insure access is a no-brainer.