Sertoma wishes EVERYONE a very Happy New Year and hopes that each and every day brings you much joy and good health in 2020. AGAIN, all of our endeavors would never be a success without your generosity and inspiration.
Our recent November, and fifth Murder Mystery Production, was a grand and “sold out” success thanks to our local and surrounding patrons. A big thank you to the players of P. Maxwell Productions.
Unfortunately, our annual December Senior’s Holiday Dinner was postponed due to an abundance of SNOW!!! However, it is rescheduled for January 5th – all previous information in the Cherry Chapters is the same except for the date change. You can also read our “December 10th post“ for all the details.
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Sertoma’s toy and food drive is also considered a great success even though Mother Nature provided us all with MUCH needed rain… Special thanks go to our volunteer firemen, Bobby Toomer, Britt Rivera and Steve Neva from station #140 for their continued support. Thank you to our anonymous sponsors, as well as, Ranchers Market, Lakes and Valleys Art Guild, Leona Valley Hay and Livestock, Tom Joynt, Ray Mullins, Kathy Bramwell, Juanita Kirkpatrick, Michelle McAllister, Susan Heinold, John Grimm, Laurie Millard and Grandson Daniel.
Please keep in mind the Sertoma / “Service to Mankind” organization is always looking for new members. You are welcome to join us at one of our 8am breakfast meetings, at Jacks Place, on either the first or third Saturday of each month. We would enjoy meeting you and ask that you check our website: leonavalleysertoma.org to learn what we are all about.
YOU ARE ALL SO APPRECIATED – Jan Clark