Thursday, April 24, 2014
YOLO COUNTY NEWS
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Thanks for the memories

Citizens Who Care’s Feb. 23-24 fundraising production, “Yes, Indeed!,” the great songs of Bing Crosby, was much fun and a great success. We deeply thank the performers, sponsors and many helpers who made this 21st annual Winter Concert happen, and the hundreds of patrons who attended.

The proceeds make it possible for CWC’s volunteers to provide companionship, support and respite to frail elderly and their family caregivers throughout Yolo County, averaging 70 clients monthly.

In particular, we are indebted to the masterful Martha Dickman and Steve Peithman for continuing to produce this wonderful annual show, and for performing with their talented colleagues Joe Alkire, Bob Bowen, Gwyneth Bruch, Lisa Derthick, Paul Fearn, Lenore Sebastian, pianist LuAnn Higgs and percussionist Jim Nakayama. Thanks also to technical wizard Brenda Cameron, and to Ajay Raj and staff of the Vets’ Memorial Theater for their help and support.

Please patronize our generous 2013 business sponsors! They are Abbey Road Press Printing & Design, Brooks Painting, Davis Ace Hardware, Kim Eichorn/Lyon Real Estate, Ellison Schneider & Harris LLP, Luke Watson & David Thompson/Neighborhood Partners, University Retirement Community, Jeff Likes Clean Windows, Bill Ritter & Associates, Larry Snyder Piano Service, Swim America — Davis and Todd & Barbara Photography.

We also thank All-Cal Insurance, Avid Reader, The Davis Enterprise, the Davis Chamber of Commerce, and Palm Gardens Assisted Living.

A special salute to the dedicated 2013 Winter Concert Committee: Maria Acuna-Feldman, Joanne Bell, Karen and Carl Eilers, Chris Hatfield, Pat Hutchinson, Michael Lewis, Jane and Steve Millet, Walt Sykes and Hibbard Williams.

Citizens Who Care is deeply grateful for all these big-hearted people who made it possible again for us to have a great show and a fundraising success.

Ken Wagstaff
Davis

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