Thursday, September 18, 2014
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UFC Holiday Home Tour was a hit

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From page A6 | January 22, 2013 |

The 2012 University Farm Circle Holiday Home Tour held on Sunday, Dec. 9, was a great success due in part to the support of many local businesses. Our sincere appreciation goes to the following:

Andy Gagnon Landscapes Inc.; Beyond the Garden Gate; Carbahal and Company; Coldwell Banker-Doug Arnold Real Estate Inc.; BY Design, Elma Gardner; Davis Home Trends; Dave Heard, Mason-McDuffie Mortgage Corp.; Dixon Florist; J. Roy Construction; Leslie Tuell, Coldwell Banker; nestware; Pinkadot; River City Bank; Sedillo Company; Strelitzia Flower Company; Tandem Properties; The Gifted Penguin; The Wardrobe; Todd Haverlock, Coldwell Banker; and Turkovich Family Wines.

We also want to thank the homeowners who generously opened their lovely homes for this event. Thank-yous go to Jim and Patty Carey, Ian and Elma Gardner, Jeff and Elaine Roy, Houston and Leslie Tuel, Mike and Shelli Ramos, John and Gail Cooluris, and Bob and Lani Warren.

The support from the sponsors and the revenue from the ticket sales and boutique will go to the University Farm Circle Endowment Fund, which provides scholarships for women at UC Davis.

We look forward to again offering this event in 2014. Hope to see you there!

Pat Stromberg and Janet Collins
Co-chairs, UFC Holiday Home Tour, Davis

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