Thank You from the Lower Lake Historic Schoolhouse Museum
The Lower Lake Historical School Preservation Committee would like to thank the generous outpouring of support and donations which, once again, made our annual Fashion Festival a great success.
Special thanks go to our many raffle donators: Aloha Bay Candle Company, Accents On The Lake, Art House Gallery, Barreda’s Lower Lake Feed, Bears Galore, Blue Moon Café, Braito’s Riviera Foods, Buddha Thai Restaurant, Cactus Grill, Camille D. Gouldberg, Chuck Doty, Common Grounds Coffee, Howard’s Grotto, Judy Mullens, Kevin Ness Jewelers, Konocti Vista Casino, Lety’s Shear Elegance, Lisa’s Sizes 3-60, Lower Lake Coffee Co., Main Street Bar and Grill, Melissa Wills-Markgraf, Mendo Mill, Mug Shots, Park Place Restaurant, Perini Ranch, Ployez Winery, Richard and Elizabeth Paddock, Riviera Auto Repair, Robinson Rancheria Casino, Rosa D’ Oro, Running Creek Casino, Sandy Stillwell, Six Sigma Vineyard and Winery, Small Town Ceramics, Star Gardens, Steve Hochleutner, Traveling Boutique and Twin Pines Casino.
Food donators included IGA Foods Etc., Costco, Safeway, The Boathouse and Chic Le Chef.
Our "Celebrity Waiters" this year were Supervisor Jim Comstock, Ted Comito, Russ Cremer, Tom McFarling and Ned Munger. Kitchen and bussing help were provided by students of Carlé High School and Marc Giberson.
Wonderful piano music was provided by David “Liquid Fingers” Neft.
Also, we appreciated the fine fashions of Lisa's Sizes 3-60 in Clearlake, with models Carol Hewlett, Fawn Williams, and Vivian McFarling; as well as fashions from Accents On The Lake in the Clear Lake Riviera, with models Suzy Rudofker, Marty Comito and Judy Mullens.
Our illustrious Mistress of Ceremonies was Shannon Gunier, her 19th year at the helm!
A big thank you, also, to the full house of guests, who made for a very delightful afternoon.
Thank you all, and see you next year!
Joan Cremer, LLHSPC President