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Foothills Sentry


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Carol Duensing holds the photo presented to her as she was named 2014 VPCSF Volunteer of the Year by Rich Ulmer, immediate right. Her daughter, Terre, left, and husband George, far right, were also supportive of Carol’s Walk With A Friend event.


VPCSF gives recognition


Assistance League of Tustin members, from left: Carolyn Bittner, Suzy Fulton, Susan Nilsen and OSB chair Chris Case.


Operation School Bell® helps local children


While many families are buy-


ing the latest electronics, glitter pens and fashionable outfits, av- eraging more than $630 per fam- ily, others are struggling to afford shelter, food, medical expenses and utility bills. New clothes and deluxe supplies are not even a consideration. Shockingly, more than 17 percent of children in Tustin live below the poverty level. The Assistance League of Tu-


stin Operation School Bell pro- gram helps by providing over 800 children in need with new clothes and school supplies so they can attend school dressed


confidently and ready to learn. The Assistance League of


Tustin collects tax-deductible goods, including gently used clothing, linens, jewelry, acces- sories, shoes, sporting equip- ment, books, household items, office and school supplies, that are resold in the Thrift Shop to support this, and other philan- thropic programs, that benefit the community. The Assistance League Thrift


Shop is located at 445 E. Camino Real, Tustin. For information about the programs or volunteer- ing, see altustin.org, or call (714) 544-2612.


VPHS baton twirler freshman Katie Bush, 14, won Beginning Overall Sweepstakes Winner for all ages; first place in the Solo Beginner Twirl, age 13-15; and first in South County All Level Twirl, age 13-15, at a twirl meet, Oct. 25. Katie began twirling the baton just over a year ago, after VPHS Music Director Chuck Jay asked her to be the school major- ette. She took a few lessons, and is now the featured twirler at football games and in parades, has joined a twirl team, and is ranked seventh in her division, nationally.


Villa Park Community Services Foundation (VPCSF) named two city residents, Carol Duensing and Ed Carter, as Volunteers of the Year for 2014 and 2015, re- spectively, at a cocktail reception at Vintage Rose, Oct. 18. The reception honored Carol Duensing for her 10-plus years serving as secretary of the VPC- SF board, and initiating the popu- lar Walk With A Friend (WWAF) dog adoption event. Ed Carter has chaired the VPCSF family picnic during the last four years, and assisted with the Dry Land Boat Parade. Both recipients received a personalized volunteer of the year plaque and will have their names inscribed on a multi-year plaque that will hang in the city civic center. The event celebrated the


growth of the foundation, and thanked the many donors and vol- unteers who contribute through- out the year to provide such com-


Ed Carter, left, holds a photo collage depicting the many ac- tivities that earned him the 2015 VPCSF Volunteer of the Year Award, presented by Rich Ulmer, VPCSF board representative.


munity activities as Halloween- Fest, Santa fire truck visits, Dry Land Boat Parade, Concerts in the (Villa) Park, family movie nights, WWAF, the fourth of July parade, the family picnic, and grants to local nonprofits and schools. For more information, see vpcsfoun- dation.org.


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