Thank You from the Lower Lake Historical School Preservation Committee
The Lower Lake Historical School Preservation Committee wishes to extend a heartfelt thank you for the outstanding contributions from the community to its 20th Annual Fashion Festival. Donors included Aloha Bay Candle Company, Kevin Ness Jewelers, Konocti Vista Casino, Star Gardens, Twin Pines Casino, Costco, Six Sigma Vineyard and Winery, Lety’s Shear Elegance, Howard’s Grotto, Kathi J. Monthei, Braito’s Riviera Foods, Traveling Boutique, The Spot, Jeff Colasso, Wal-Mart, Fancy Paws Pet and Grooming, Rosa D’Oro Winery, Lisa’s Sizes 3-60, Buddha Thai Kitchen, Foods Etc., Judy Mullens, Lower Lake Coffee Company, Barreda’s Lower Lake Feed, Small Town Ceramics, Main Street Bar and Grill, Common Grounds Coffee, Carniceria La Monarca, Riviera Auto Repair, Debi Freeland, Mendo Mill, Pear Blossom Beads and Gifts, Carol’s Rag Dolls and More, Nick Hoskins, Judy Brusnighan, Anna’s Boutique and Safeway Stores.
Mistress of Ceremonies Shannon Grunier introduced our lovely models, Elodie Weeks, Suzy Rudofker, Brenda Crandall, Carol Hewlett, Wanda Harris, and Anna Jones, while David Neft tickled the ivories.
Thank you also to our waiters Jim Comstock, Tony Marchese, Ned Munger and Tom McFarling; and the students from Carlé High School who did a terrific job serving and bussing tables. Bill Fredricksson and Sheila O’Hara headed up the kitchen and the entrée was prepared by Chic Le Chef.
And lastly, thanks to Lisa’s Sizes 3-60 of Clearlake and Anna’s Boutique of the Kelseyville Riviera who provided the beautiful spring fashions.
Thank you everyone for making the day so much fun and helping to preserve and maintain our wonderful Schoolhouse Museum.
The Lower Lake Historical School Preservation Committee