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Foothills Sentry OABB gets animals ready for fair


Tuesday, July 7, 2015


The Oakridge gate displays supportive posters made by student coun- cil members to encourage awareness of Cody’s cause.


OABB member Ryan Jeltema with Robert, his Blue Butt market pig, that he is raising for the OC Fair.


Library announces


a busy July The Canyon Hills Branch Li-


Orange Acres Back Breakers (OABB) 4-H members Katherine Rose- now, Nicole Rosenow, Miles Nowell and Abby Mae are getting their market rabbits ready for the OC Fair.


brary, 400 Scout Trail, will host the 34th Annual Teddy Bears’ Picnic on Saturday, July 11 at 11 a.m. Bring a blanket (and a picnic lunch, if you’d like) and a teddy bear or favorite stuffed animal to enjoy “Twinkle Time,” a high-energy, family-oriented band. Dessert will be provided by the Canyon Hills Women’s Club, with a visit from Mustache Mike’s Italian Ice truck, with proceeds from purchases benefit- ting the library’s Youth Advisory Council. The band is sponsored jointly by FOCAL, (Friends of the Canyon Hills Library), and the Canyon Hills Women’s Club. On Monday, July 13, Joseph


Peck will present “Caribbean Drum Circle,” giving guests the opportunity to learn about and play a steel drum or other percus- sion instrument. Summer Read- ing Fun continues at both the Canyon Hills and East Anaheim branches through July 25. FOCAL (Friends of the Can-


Megan DeVries will show her market steer. Jenna Lew has raised her steer for the market auction.


yon Hills Library) will hold a “Super Summer Book Sale,” July 20-25 in the library’s mul- tipurpose room. Sale times will be Monday-Thursday, 11 a.m. -6 p.m.; Friday, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. and Saturday, 11-a.m. - 2 p.m. (buck- a-bag clearance). Special book collections to be featured include trains, aviation, classic literature, science fiction, gardening, cook- ing and children’s titles. In ad- dition, forty dolls from different cultures, 1960s costume jewelry, Oneida polished silver service pieces and framed art work will be on sale. All proceeds raised by the Friends benefit the library.


Students at Oakridge Private


Oakridge students display compassion


School in Orange learn about caring for others along with their academics. This year, the student body rallied to support Cody, an 18-year-old cancer patient. Cody was diagnosed with


Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, but re- mained an active team member of CheerForce Kryptonite, a champion cheer squad in Santa


Ana. He is described by his team- mates as a role model, a kind and inspirational young man. His team set up a fund to help re- duce his financial burden as he begins chemotherapy and other expensive treatments. Oakridge students raised $1,000 towards the goal of $15,000. Additional funds may be added directly at gofundme.com/supportourcody.


A pink flamingo conga line on your lawn?


Girl Scout Troop 1385 invites


neighbors to join in on the pink fun and flock your friends. The troop is currently taking


orders to flock your family’s or friends’ yards with bright pink flamingos for a birthday, get well or have-a-great-day surprise. For a donation of $25, the girls will


stealthily flock someone’s lawn at night, for a very cheery pink surprise in the morning. The lawn will be de-flocked 24 hours later, ready for the next flockee. The scouts are raising funds for


a troop trip to San Francisco. For a flocking, contact the flamingo ex- perts at sgomez21@socal.rr.com.


The ongoing sewer improvement project on Lincoln Circle and sur- rounding streets in Villa Park is estimated to be completed in mid- July. The project includes relining sewer pipelines and repairing the trenches to create a lasting infrastructure.


Orange Elks achieve “All American”


Orange Elks Lodge 1475 was


named the Division 5 winner in the national All American Lodge Contest. The contest is sponsored by the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks and included six di- visions. “This year, the Orange Lodge


made the effort to obtain the ul- timate in Elkdom, the All Ameri- can Lodge status,” lodge member Douglas Schieffer said. “The key


point for the award was fulfilling the programs of our Order and helping so many along the way -- proving once more that Elks Care - Elks Share.” The national winners will be


recognized at the Grand Lodge Convention being held this year in Indianapolis. Orange Lodge 1475 will be recognized before the entire Order of Elks as the best there is.


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