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Posted: June 1, 2008 3:10 a.m.
Updated: August 2, 2008 5:01 a.m.
 
May is gone and June has arrived, bringing graduations, Father's Day and the countdown to Fourth of July. I have a wedding anniversary this month, too. It's hard for me to comprehend that I've been married 30-plus years!

Kudos to good citizens Poole and Shaffery
It always warms my heart when I find such good corporate citizens as the folks at Poole and Shaffery. At the SCV Chamber Mixer David Poole and John Shaffery presented checks to two worthy causes in the SCV. A check for $5,000 was claimed by Paul De La Certa, director of the Small Business Development Center (which is hosted by College of the Canyons) and Bruce Getzan, dean of economic development at College of the Canyons. A whopping $12,000 was presented to LetMeSail, Inc., an organization for people with disabilities that offers social, recreational and educational programs. Gary Spindt, a founder of LetMeSail, Inc., accepted the donation.

Seen at SCV Chamber Mixer at Poole and Shaffery
It was a packed house at Poole and Shaffery for the monthly SCV Chamber of Commerce Mixer. Seen at the "Irish" themed event: Shelley Hann, Pam Ingram, Jill Mellady, Hunt Braly, Steve Korn, Carl Goldman, Mitch McMullen, Tora Brown, Dora Zavala, Duane Harte, Lois Bacchio, Jim Hicken, Marlee Lauffer, Elizabeth Hopp, Sue Saffir, Jeff Lui, Jon Gardner, Dennis Poore, Jeremy Saffir, John Pramik, Frank Di Tomaso, Kim Altobello, Kris and Tom Hough, Stella Pilarski, Steve Cole, Barbara Myler, RJ and Patty Kelly, Mike Overton, Larry and Sue Mankin, Bonnie and Kristen Stauch, Carl Kanowsky, Mark Sayler, Sharon Bronson, Kathleen and Charlie Gill, John Shaffery, David Poole, Paul De La Certa, Heather Edwards, Teresa Todd, Ed Masterson, Bruce Getzan and Gary Spindt.

Gibbon Conservation Center says 'thanks!'
Perennial volunteer Jamie Kennedy wanted to pass on the thanks of Alan Mootnick and the Gibbon Conservation Center to the neighbors and supporters who helped make the April 12 Breakfast with the Gibbons the most successful fundraiser ever held for the nonprofit center dedicated to the study of this fascinating and endangered primate.

Among those who deserve the kudos are: Whole Foods, Follow Your Heart, Trader Joe's, Western Bagel, Ralphs, Albertsons, Vons, Stater Brothers, Rhiannon Fowzer, Green Landscape Nursery, Burrtec Waste Industries, Gardens by Rick, Green Pride Landscaping...and all the auction donors.

Have you always wanted to be a planning or parks commissioner?
Now's your chance! There are several openings available on the city's Planning Commission and the Parks, Recreation and Community Services Commission. The city is also looking to fill a seat on the Open Space Preservation District Financial Accountability Audit Panel. Deadline for applications is 5 p.m. on June 20. All applicants must submit three letters of recommendation. To receive an application call the city clerk's office at (661) 255-4391 or download the paperwork at www.santa-clarita.com.

Memorial Garden Tour June 8
Help support our fallen and wounded soldiers by attending the Memorial Garden Tour, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, June 8. Ten gardens throughout the SCV are open for viewing. Entertainment and more. Donations accepted. For more details visit www.memorialgardentour.com.

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