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Kimmi of Food for Humans is retiring and closing the store.
Kimmi of Food for Humans is retiring and closing the store.

June is full of Happenings!

Cazadero Community Club Meeting
Old Tyme BBQ
Recycle Circus/Rummage and craft sale

and more.... 

 

 

May 30, 2019
by Natasha Pehrson

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After an extraordinary several days of heavy rainfall  in mid-May, the sun is shining again on the majestic redwoods outside of my cozy cyber-hut! Almost 5" was recorded in my rain gauge! It is so green around here that I am reminded of both Ireland and Vermont.

The end of the school year at the Montgomery Elementary is June 6th,  with 7 students graduating at 7 p.m. on June 5th. I congratulate them all for their achievement and wish them the best as they continue on to high school at El Molino. The Booster's Club will host a picnic and pool party at the Rio Nido Lodge. Please call the school office at 632 5221 for kindergarten and transitional kindergarten enrollment. For info re the Stars pre-school at MES, please call 865 0225.

The next meeting of the Cazadero Community Club will be on Tuesday, June 4th-7 p.m. at Firehall #1.  Please join your neighbors in helping to plan events which benefit the entire community.

Cookin' at Old Tyme BBQ.The upcoming bi-annual Old Tyme BBQ will be held on Sunday, September 1st, from 12-5 at the Cazadero Performing Arts Camp. Many volunteers are needed to make this year's BBQ go smoothly. Meal tickets for steak or chicken will be available online or from club members. The famous pie baking contest, Bingo, dessert table organized by the Cazadero Community Church (including some pie contest entries), music, beer and wine offered by the Cazadro Volunteer Fire Department and more! TheClub will once award scholarships to Cazadero graduates of El Molino High School. We like the grads to know that their town is behind them as they continue their education!

Don't forget the fabulous Recycle Circus/Rummage and craft sale on Saturday, June 8th from 9-4 in downtown Caz!Only $10.per space which benefits the lovely Sky Garden. Call Cathy at 632 5743 or email schezer@comcast.net to sign up.

Also upcoming is the fabulous St. Colman's Guild's Salad Luncheon, at noon on Saturday, July 13th at the Firehall. Delicious food, great raffle and a wonderful atmosphere!

Save the date-Saturday, July 27th, 3 p.m. at the Monte Rio Community Center, for 'Come to Know the Poets', an afternoon with readings by 4 local poets(names next month), food and music, Hosted by our own local poet, Sashana Kane-Proctor. Call 6325761 for info. 

California Kingsnake (Lampropeltis getula californiae). Photo; Connor Long Wikimedia- CC BY-SA 4.0

Long-time Austin Creek resident Judith Heinemann writes with concern for the king snakes sunning themselves in the middle of the road! Please do be aware of them. She is also pointing out the rather wanton approach of PG&E regarding removal of 'problem' trees. Dead trees are one thing, live trees not posing an imminent threat to power lines should be left in place!

Celebrate Father's Day on June 16th by shopping and eating locally! Delicious California/New Orleans food at Cape Fear, pizza and music on Friday Nights at Raymond's Bakery, sweet and savory baked goods, tacos on the spacious back deck and great coffee at Gold Coast Cafe', The Blue Heron's fish and chips, along with Sunday live music are all enticing. Remember Cazadero Supply's 1st Saturday 15% Discount Day for household, garden and vehicular items to assist you with those ongoing projects. Visit Caz Central for unique locally-made art work. Both the Cazadero and Duncans Mills general stores have an abundance of daily groceries and locally-produced meats, wine and body care products, too. Treats and Toys, next to the Duncans Mills P.O. is open again, with their tasty candies and cute gifts. The Duncans Mills Tea Shop has delicious teas and tea-related gift items.

Closing after 30 years in our community!

I wish Kimmi of Food for Humans a wonderful retirement!The store has been an integral part of Guerneville and the west county for over 30 years and will be missed. I always have said that they have the nicest public restroom in town! 

Happy June 7th wedding Anniversary to Toni and Ted Parmeter. My dear husband Gregorio and I will celebrate our 49th anniversary on June 21st. I wish Very Happy June birthdays to Bob Kelly on the 1st, Jesse Abend on the 5th, master of the hardware domain and beyondDon Berry on the 10th, wonderful community volunteer Linda Baswell on the 12th, Jeff Parmeter on the 15th and Marsha Weidmann has her day on the 20th. 

Have a wonderful rest of Spring and call me at 707 632 5545 or emailmayawrld@sonic.net with info for your Cazadero Column!

Cazadero Communications by Natasha Pehrson

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