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April 2001 Vol XXX No. 7
 
CALENDAR
Thursday, April 12 @ 7: 00 p.m.
LHG Meeting, Carnegie Bldg.

Saturday & Sunday, April 21 & 22
Livermore Art Association will be hosting the Spring Art Show at the Barn, Pacific Ave., Livermore
I I a.m. to 5 p.m. both days with a reception from 6-8 p.m. on Saturday evening
Saturday, May 26 Duarte Garage, Livermore Heritage Guild Annual Auction and spaghetti dinner. Auction preview begins at 5 p.m., dinner starts at 6 p.m, and the auction starts at 7 p.m. Tickets for the dinner are $6.00 and can be purchased in advance at the Carnegie Library Bldg. or at the door that night. This price includes spaghetti dinner, coffee and dessert. The auction itself is free.
HERITAGE GUILD HAPPENINGS
We are looking for donations for this year's LHG AUCTION. The auction will he upon us soon. Donations of goods and services are greatly appreciated. All usable items will be accepted except books, clothing and furniture (unless considered antique). Unfortunately, computer equipment not working or more than 4 years old also cannot be accepted. Time to clean out those garages and let us help you dispose of those items that need a new home. Phone 449-9927 for pickup. This has been a fun event for everyone and we look forward to seeing you at the auction!

Profit from Garage Sale in March was over $500!

Excerpted from Livermore Herald, April 2, 1921
Observe Easter At Arroyo

Easter Sunday was celebrated at Arroyo with an entertainment given by the Alameda County Hospitals Federation, under the direction of Capt. W.I. Day and August Miller. The entertainment was one of the best ever given by thi s helpful organization and was a very complete affair, consisting of speeches by E.F. Garrison, county auditor, August Miller, Capt. Day, Dr. Jesse B. Schafhirt and Dr. Chesley Bush and musical selections by a large number of entertainers who journeyed out to Arroyo to make this occasion an enjoyable one for the patients.

The following report of the program is sent by our Arroyo correspondent: "The Hawaiian orchestra was first on the program, and gave us the latest thing in string music that was full of tantalizing tunes and weird notes. Jerry's jazz orchestra followed with a fine of jazz that proved them to be past masters in the art of dispensing this brand of music.

"A violin solo by Miss Laura Warnock, accompanied by Miss Catherine Thornton, was loudly encored and had to be played all over again before the enthusiastic audience would be satisfied. Miss Thornton gave us something that was classical in her piano solo and was quite a change from the syncopated variety that comprised the balance of the program.

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"Geo. A. Warnock touched our hearts with his sweet melody and had the large hall echoing with applause when he rendered "Mother Machree." Mr. Davidson created bushels of mirth, with his catchy song, "She's Pretty and She Knows It. "Capt. Day concluded the performance by giving Easter service and preached a very impressive sermon on the Golden Rule, and how to apply it to every day life.

"Songs and music were given for the patients in the infirmary who were unable to attend the services and each patient was presented with flowers and individual baskets of Easter eggs. The whole program was a great success and we are more than grateful to those who made this occasion possible."

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