Tuesday, 24 November 2020

Community

LAKEPORT – Local 28, Lake County Chapter of ABATE (American Brotherhood Aimed Towards Education) will hold its monthly meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 6, at Carlos and Vinny's, 370 S. Main St.


Members and prospective members are invited to come early and enjoy dinner together prior to the start of the meeting.


President Lori Adams will have several items on the agenda for the hour-long meeting. Up for discussion will be the second annual Poker Run, currently scheduled for Sunday, June 22. Proceeds from the poker run will benefit the ABATE of California Judicial Fund.

 

Plans also are in the making for the return of Local 28's Party in the Pines, a Northern California Regional Rally for ABATE. The date is July 18 and 19. It is anticipated that members from other ABATE Locals will be attending this family oriented motorcycle campout. Party in the Pines was held for several years on Cobb in the Loch Lomond area.

 

All motorcycle enthusiasts are invited to join Local 28 on March 6th at Carlos and Vinny's in Lakeport.


March 6 will be the last meeting on Thursday evenings. Beginning April 6, Local 28 will be meeting on Sunday mornings at 10 a.m., with a run following the breakfast meeting.


Membership in Local 28 is open to anyone who rides and all motorcyclists are welcome.


For more information call 277-7171.


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LAKE COUNTY – County libraries in Lakeport and Clearlake will feature story times for children in March.


On Friday March 14 at 10:15 a.m. story reader Barbara will present Easter stories and an Easter craft project at the Lakeport Library. Barbara will present stories and a project for spring on Friday, March 28 at 10:15 a.m.


The Families for Literacy March story times will take place in Lakeport Library on the alternate Fridays, March 7 and March 21, at 10:15 a.m., and at the Redbud Branch Library in Clearlake on Thursday, March 13 and Thursday, March 27.


See the library Web site, www.co.lake.ca.us/Government/DepartmentDirectory/Library/Children__Teens_and_Students.htm, for the 2008 story time schedule.


Call your local branch if you have any questions.


Lakeport Library, located at 1425 N. High St., is open Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Wednesday from noon to 8 p.m.; telephone, 263-8817.


Redbud Library, 14785 Burns Valley Road, Clearlake, is open Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Wednesday, from noon to 8 p.m.; telephone 994-5115.


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The history of the Scotts Creek Watershed will be the topic at the Wednesday meeting. Photo by Greg Dills.

 

 

 


UPPER LAKE – Historical conditions in the Scotts Creek Watershed will be the topic of a special Scotts Creek Watershed Council meeting.


The meeting will be from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 27, at the old Saratoga Springs Resort, 10243 Saratoga Springs Road off of Highway 20 west of Upper Lake.


Longtime and multi-generation residents of the watershed will share their memories and experiences of past watershed conditions and changes.


The evening will include a fireside potluck dinner and panel discussion by these longtime residents.


The event is free of charge and watershed residents (those in Bachelor Valley, Blue Lakes, Scotts Valley, Cow Mountain and Tule Lake to the confluence at Rodman Slough) are especially encouraged to attend.


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LAKE COUNTY – The Lakeport Chamber of Commerce released the final list of nominees for this year's Stars of Lake County Community Awards on Tuesday.


The awards ceremony will be held on Sunday, March 30, at Konocti Harbor Resort & Spa, Kelseyville beginning with a reception at 4 p.m.


Currently, only nominees may purchase tickets to the event. General public ticket sales will begin on Monday, March 3.


Any questions concerning the Stars of Lake County Awards Program may be addressed to the chamber at 263-5092.


Man of the Year

Dave Fesmire, Lucerne (Posthumously)

Robert L. DeWitt, Jr., Kelseyville

Dr. Janus Madej, Lakeport

Scott Fergusson, Hidden Valley Lake


Woman of the Year

Elizabeth Larson, Lucerne

Lori Peters, Clearlake

Georgina Lehne, Clearlake

Valerie Duncan, Upper Lake


Large Business of the Year

Wal-Mart, Clearlake

Lakeport Grocery Outlet, Lakeport

Shannon Ridge Winery & Vineyard, Clear Lake Oaks

Orchard Park Assisted Living & Memory Care, Clearlake

Umpqua Bank


Small Business of the Year

Main Street Café (Sam Polo), Clearlake

Mugshots Expresso, Middletown

Kelseyville Drug, Kelseyville

Kerrie’s Quilting, Lakeport

Sylvie’s and The Bunk House, Middletown

Touch of Class Hair Salon (Charlene Munoz), Lakeport

Main Street Bakery, Kelseyville

Wilson Repair & Agricultural Equipment

Skin Fitness, Lakeport

Freedom Heating & Air Conditioning, Clearlake

Moore Family Winery, Cobb


Youth Advocate, Volunteer

Helen Finch, Kelseyville

Jill Robbins, Lakeport

Upper Lake High School Booster Club, Upper Lake

Rich Swaney, Lucerne

Floyd Surber, Lakeport


Youth Advocate, Professional

Adam Garcia, Kelseyville

Brian Sumpter, Cloverdale


Student of the Year, Male

Daniel Gildea, Lakeport

Erik Jameson, Lakeport


Student of the Year, Female

Kacey Tallman, Hidden Valley Lake

Ashley Crawford, Lower Lake

Krista Collins, Upper Lake

Stephanie Tregea, Upper Lake


Agriculture Award of the Year

California Women for Agriculture, Kelseyville


Arts Award of the Year, Amateur

Lorna Sue Sides

Shelby Posada, Lakeport

Lois McCoy, Glenhaven


Arts Award of the Year, Professional

Ronald Keas, Lucerne

Expressive Motion Dance Studio, Middletown

Sandra Wade, Lower Lake

Konocti Dance Academy, Clearlake

Raymond Farrow, Kelseyville


Volunteer of the Year

Bob Sola, Lucerne

Dennis Locke, Clearlake Oaks

Eells Family, Lucerne

William Barrows & Connie Miller, Hidden Valley Lake

Norma Wright, Nice

Roth Shilts, Middletown

B.J. Woods, Lakeport

Eldena Russell, Hidden Valley Lake

Mae Nahmais, Clearlake Oaks


Marla Ruzicka Humanitarian of the Year

Julie Kelly, Lakeport

Susie Wiloth, Lower Lake

Eva Johnson, Kelseyville


Senior of the Year

William Edwards, Lower Lake


Best Idea of the Year

Lake Family Resource Center Wine and Chocolate Fundraiser, Lakeport

Lake County Screen Saver, Lucerne

Hot Spot Youth Center, Clearlake

A Discovery Center at Anderson Marsh State Park, Lower Lake

Team DUI, Clearlake


Organization of the Year, Nonprofit

Lakeside Dental Clinic,Lakeport

Lake County Farm Bureau, Lakeport

Sutter Lakeside Hospital, Lakeport

Channel Cats of Lake County, Lakeport


Organization of the Year, Volunteer

Operation Tango Mike, Kelseyville

Clear Lake CHP Senior Volunteer Program, Kelseyville

Sponsoring Survivorship, Lakeport

Soroptimist International of Clear Lake

Lakeport Rotary Club, Lakeport

Trowel & Trellis Garden Club, Lakeport


Lifetime Achievement, Male

Barry Loflin, Lakeport (Posthumously)

Don Emerson, Cobb

Dr. Morton Levine, Clearlake


Lifetime Achievement, Couple

Robert and Nadine Strauss, Lucerne


Lifetime Achievement, Female

Joan Steele Holman, Lakeport

Verna Wicks-Demartino, Lakeport


Local Hero of the Year

Dominic Cardinale, Kelseyville

Ginny Craven, Kelseyville

Javier Batres, Lakeport


New Business of the Year

Main Street Bakery, Kelseyville

Wild About Books, Clearlake

The Kitchen Gallery, Lakeport

Bigg’s 155 Diner, Lakeport

Konocti Dance Academy, Clearlake

Olivia’s Organics, Upper Lake

Zino’s Ristorante & Inn, Kelseyville

Holy Joe’s Café, Upper Lake


Environmental Award

Children’s Museum of Art & Sciences, Clearlake

Tom & Val Nixon, Kelseyville

Robert Lossius, Lakeport

Holly Harris & Chuck Lamb


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LUCERNE – Robert Stark, candidate for the District 5 seat on the Lake County Board of Supervisors, is the guest at the March meeting of the Lake County Democratic Club.


The club meets at noon on Saturday, March 8, at the Lucerne Alpine Senior Center in Lucerne.


The senior center serves breakfast from 9 a.m. until noon.


The public is invited. Membership in the Lake County Democratic Club is open to registered members of the Democratic Party.


The senior center is located at 3985 Country Club Drive in Lucerne.


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MIDDLETOWN – The Middletown Luncheon Club, one of the county's oldest and longest-running non-profit organizations, sponsors a speaker program every third Wednesday of the month.


Upcoming speakers include Sandy Elliott of Spirit Wild (Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation) on March 19; a presentation on the new Sutter Lakeside clinic being built in Middletown on April 16; and on May 21, a District 1 Supervisorial candidates forum.


Programs and lunch are held at the Middletown Methodist Church Social Hall, Armstrong and Washington Streets, Middletown.


Lunch is $4 per person and is served by a different nonprofit organization each month. Reservations are not necessary. (The Middletown Luncheon Club is not associated with the Methodist Church.)


For more information, call Helen Whitney, 928-9812.


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