THE SUNOL EVENT CENTER IS HOSTING one of its largest
fund-raisers to date, the Feb. 20 Save the Children Tsunami
Relief Benefit Concert.
The event, from noon to 6 p.m., will feature four local bands
-- Generation Blue, Uncovered, Moreality and Georgi and The
Rough Week -- as well as wine tastings from local Livermore
Valley wineries and food from local restaurants. Tickets can
be purchased for $20 per person by calling Georgi Longboya at
650-208-2640, or by going to the Web site www.georgiandtheroughweek.com.
Children 12 and younger are free.
A few of our local wineries did very well at the 2005 San Francisco
Chronicle's Wine Competition held Jan. 26-28. Sandi Bohner and
Bill Webster's Little Valley Vineyards received a Silver award
for their 2000 Tempranillo. Congratulations to Randy and Lisa
Lynch of Bennett Lane Winery for capturing a Silver Award for
their 2002 Cabernet and 2002 Maximus.
Approximately 3,200 wines were tasted from more than 900 wineries
in this annual competition held at the Cloverdale Citrus Fairgrounds
in Sonoma County. Sunol's Fran and Lanny Replogle of Fenestra
Winery received two Silver Awards for their 2001 Merlot and
2002 Mourvedre. Fenestra Winery is hosting its 22nd annual barrel
tasting Feb. 19, 20 and 21 from noon to 5 p.m.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE HALL FAMILY OF SUNOL -- Grandparents
Joan and Bud Hall are proud to announce the birth of their 10th
grandchild. Born Jan. 23, Parker Hall was welcomed into the
family by big brother Cody and parents Leslie and Aaron Hall.
GO GET YOUR SCISSORS, IT'S THAT TIME AGAIN, an "Only in
Sunol" moment. I'm proud to announce Sunol Glen School's
second quarter Honor Roll. Fifth-grade honorees include Alexa
Hylas, Cassi Scroggins, Dana Hartman, Kelsi Ocon, Beau Lawrence,
Elise Savoy, Gabrielle Wu, Kelsey Kruger, Madison Craig, Alfonso
Vergara, Ander Snedeker, Connor DuCoty, Emily Madden and Grant
Sixth-grade honorees are Kyle Bachand, Jordan Craig, Melissa
Morgan, Kekoa Wu, Ian Player, Becca Brown, Lauren Freeman, Stasia
Hylas, Callie Milligan, Anthony Primer, Aris Vlacos, Mary Chambers,
Adrianna Sutalo, Leny Alexander, Mason Robertson and Bowie Twombly.
Seventh-grade honorees are Gregory Monson, Tyler Ocon, Kyle
Scoggins, Nicola Barnes, Jeffrey Bettencourt, Caitlin Carter,
Craig Perry, Rachel Raffanti, Gena Banducci, Jessica Christian,
Maverick Hooper, Hayley Nielsen and Daniel Zinna.
Eighth-grade honorees are Corbin Kuntze, Tara Zahiri, Julian
Reisenthel, Angela Lee, Nicole Harvey, Jovan Beard, Travis Hoxie
and Wyatt Milne.
A well-deserved pat on the back to all of the honor roll students
for a doing a very good job.
DON'T FORGET TO PICK UP THOSE PLAY TICKETS -- This year's production
of the Sunol Repertory Theater's "Curses, Foiled Again,
or To Heiress is Human" is just around the corner, and
tickets are selling quickly. Tickets for the melodrama, which
went on sale Feb. 9, can be purchased at the Sunol Corners Store.
Performances are March 5, 11, 12, 18, 19 and 25.
LOOKING FOR MORE OLD-TIME FUN? Check out the Niles Essanay
Silent Film Museum. Located at the Edison Theater on Niles Blvd.
in Fremont, they present silent movies every Saturday night
at 7:30 and the cost is just $5 for two hours of family fun.
Call 510-494-1411 for more information or visit the museum's
Web site at www.nilesfilmmuseum.org.