On March 30, Bandy J. Smith and Jodee Rowe were appointed to fill two vacancies on the San Miguel school board to complete the terms of Charlie Brooks and Rob Roberson. In November, both seats will be open for election to new four-year terms.
Garden plots available
At Lillian Larsen School, garden plots are still available for community members. Volunteers are always welcome to help with gardening, feeding chickens and keeping paperwork organized.
The Ag Science classes also welcome donations of basic tools and materials. Contact ag teacher Christina Wilkinson at 467-3216, ext. 207 for information.
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Tonight at 6 p.m. the PTO is sponsoring Bingo Night at Lillian Larsen, 1601 16th St.
Cinco de Mayo dinner
On May 3, the eighth grade is holding a Cinco de Mayo dinner from 4:30 to 7 p.m. A plate of two enchiladas, rice, beans and a drink is $7. Eighth-grade students are selling tickets through Monday.
Contact Susie Ortuzar at 467-3216, ext. 201.
Sagebrush Days was a fun-in-the-sun event. Parade judges were Maria Payeur, Remie Campomenosi and Ruth Elvin.
First place was awarded to the Native Daughters of the Golden West for its oak tree float; second to Marty and son Chaz with their miniature, pedal-powered covered wagon; third to In Cahoots Drill Team, who put their horses through well-rehearsed paces.
Trophies were made by Rick Decatur. A shout-out to the Grizzly Youth Academy who helped us on short notice!
Friends of Darryl and Peggy Roettger will be sad to hear that Peggy passed away last month in Manteca after a long and difficult battle with multiple health problems.
Cindy, Teresa and Danny attended Lillian Larsen School and Darryl and Peggy were very involved in community activities.
Lynne Schmitz is a longtime resident of San Miguel.