The Lions Club Old Timers Picnic was successfully served to more than 300 people last Sunday in beautiful weather. Over 100 meals were served free to those over 80 years old. The oldest man who attended was 105-year-old Harry Wolf of Morro Bay. The oldest lady was 94-year-old Dixie Sinclair Thacker. Each received a gift. Pioneer Day Queen Dottie Reiff and Marshall Ole Viborg greeted everyone. The Queen’s attendants were her daughters Diane Bjorkland of San Luis Obispo and Mitzi Sewell Smith of Creston. Belle Abigail Venturini, representing Willow Creek, and her attendant Alicia Avila, representing Bradley were introduced. Avila is the niece of perennial San Miguel Lion John Craspay.
Students looking for veterans to honor
Students at Lillian Larsen School are looking for veterans to honor for Veterans Day this Nov. 11. To be included please call the school at 805-467-3216 by Nov. 7. The ceremony will be held at 8:15 a.m. at the start of the school day.
The San Miguel Seniors cancelled their pancake breakfast for August. See you in September.
The Rod Rally Cruise and Car Show was a lot of fun. Carl Mumford was the overall winner of Show and Shine on Saturday with his beautiful black classic 1955 Ford Pickup.
The county road crew has been working on San Miguel streets this past week. On the way up the hill on North River Road, construction crews are building a new road to access the homes that will be built there.
For information on San Miguel events, history and opportunities to volunteer, visit http://www.discoversanmiguel.com.