Sue McGuire's Campaign
Fundraiser at the Stonehouse
(Friday evening March 30, 2012)
onight we're all
getting together at Nevada City's Old Brewery Stonehouse to
support Sue's campaign for Area 1 Supervisor. This place brings
back some memories of days gone by, and before the night's over,
the event seems more like a joyous family reunion. More than 60
old and new acquaintances enjoy food, drink, conversation and
great music all rolled into a wonderful evening. As usual, I
capture photos, despite some disappointing camera problems.
Better some than none. Come on in and enjoy the evening with us.
Ah yes, there's Oliver and Sue.
Keoni, (?), Andy, Tim and Margie sharing some
Kim recounting when she and Sue walked
the beat for her dad Karsten Hansen's Supervisor campaign.
An enjoyable evening.
Glenny...smile, you're on candid camera.
Master of Ceremony Rich Briggs says a few words
before introducing Sue.
Sue gives an inspiring talk, and then answers
questions from the audience.
Stonehouse hostess Nicco Wu thanks everyone for
Ted, thanks for always lending the girls a
And...thank you Nicco for being so wonderful.
Cheryl's ready to draw a winning raffle ticket
while Carol activates the drum role.
...And guess what? This time I'm the winner of
this cute little flowers n' candle cup.
Pat Nicholson and grandson Cody enjoying the
Carol's music was beautiful!
Keoni and his better half....
Cheryl, Margie, me, Nicco and Sue thank you all
Just have to include Papa Mel and Ted as we say
Sue thanks everyone who showed up for her
fundraiser...."What a wonderful time we had! The beautiful
venue donated by Nicco Wu at the Old Brewery Stonehouse was
unbelievable. Awesome music by a very talented artist, Carol
Jean Cook, drew lots of favorable comments. And, beyond the call
decorations and a meal were planned by Cheryl Heward with
extraordinary help from Jean Carli, Kim East, Michele
Harrington, and Ted Gilbert. Rick Briggs was a great MC,
including leading us in honoring America with the pledge and
prayer for God's blessings with wonderful friends and family
that made it all a very good time. Oh, comedian raffle duo by
Cheryl and Carol of the decor too. The terms I kept hearing were
reunion and "like family". I am humbled and appreciate all of
your support. Thanks to others who showed-up and just pitched in
too. God bless you all for your wonderful kindness and support.
Good people like you are what it's all about!"