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2012 Accomplishments


Once again, we can be proud of the significant charitable contributions we distributed throughout the county.  During the course of the year, we donated over $20,000 to various worthy causes.  The breakdown is as follows:

Children's Museum of Art                       $   110
Clearlake Oaks Fireworks                       12,000
Community Care HIV/AIDS                          100
Highschool Graduates' Scholarships         2,500
Lake County Food Drive                               200
Live Oak Sr. Center Meal On Wheels        2,500
Lower Lake High Drama Dept.                      100
Lower Lake High Sober Grad Night               100
Lower Lake Youth Football & Cheerldrs        270
Lower Lake High Cheer Team                       200
Redwood Children's Services                        200
Soroptomists                                                  350
CLO Fire Children's Xmas                              500
Hospice                                                           100
North Coast Opportunities                               200
Food for XMAS Baskets                                  607 

The primary source of our funds was our annual Catfish Derby.  Thanks to the able leadership of Catfish Derby Chair, Gail Jonas, the multitude of hard-working volunteers, and the generosity of sponsors and donors, the Derby was a resounding success; providing excitement and family fun for catfish anglers, bringing in considerable extra commerce to our community, and netting over $14,000 for our community charity funds.

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East Lake Students & Member Doreen Poston
With CLOGBA funds, Red and White Market sponsorship, help from some CLOGBA members and students from East Lake School, we distributed 20 Christmas meal boxes to needy families in our area.

 

Our Maxine Sherman Memorial Annual Fireworks once again delighted crowds on the lake and on the shore.  Thank you, Bill Stone for chairing that project and thank you A&B Collision and Red and White Market for contributing as sponsors.

We also had a number of speakers presenting topics of local interest at our monthly membership meetings throughout the year.  They included:

Scott DeLeon, County Director of Public Works
Carolyn Jarrett, Konocti Unified School District - CMAS Program
Chuck Lamb & Holly Harris - Konocti Trails
Ken & Kim Young - Lake County Senior Support Services
Jay Beristianos, North Shore Fire Chief
Dr. Bill McDougall, KUSD Superintendent
Jim Steele, County Consultant - Lake Pollution Issues
Joann Sacato, Lake County Co-op
Donna Becknell, Incoming KUSD Superintendent  
Denise Rushing and Eric Seely provided monthly updates on County devopments and projects

Thanks to everyone for working together to accomplish all that we did last year.