Newly-elected planner creates public contract
I begin by thanking Jim Piva and Eb Hogervorst for leaving me off the list of the candidates that they were supporting for the vacancies to the Ramona Community Planning Group. I cherish my independence and it remains intact, and hopefully this swayed some Ramonans to entrust me with their vote.
I also deeply thank those who did vote for me. As previously mentioned, this creates a contract between us: I vow to share information with you regarding the various important issues being considered before the Ramona Community Planning Group. These are detailed monthly in the Ramona Sentinel a week before the planning group meeting.
I also vow to represent your interests to the best of my ability, as you may share them with me.
To this end I offer an open and private opportunity for you to communicate with me. My email address is Mustang06usn@aol.com and my telephone number is 760-788-7992.
You may use these as you may desire, but I promise that I will not share your personal thoughts without your individual approval—but please understand that I can be your voice if you want it to be heard.
Thank you again.
Ramona Real credit for star goes to two volunteers A very heartfelt Thank You to all of the wonderful people who have phoned, sent cards, and came in to the office to let me know how much the star on the northeast rim of our Santa Maria Valley is appreciated. I am grateful to you. The real credit this year goes to Bill Freeman of Freeman’s Construction. Bill repairs and maintains the star. Jim Piva of Piva Equipment Rentals provided the ladders needed to work on it. Both Christian men volunteered freely and would not take compensation. If you have an opportunity, please extend your gratitude to them. May God bless each of you throughout this joyous holiday season.
Dr. Susan Homesley
Ramona Hotel gallery serves art community, public Yes! We do have an art gallery in Ramona. The Olde Ramona Hotel Gallery members thank the Sentinel for the great article and photographs covering our 23rd Annual Fine Arts Show. While many galleries in the San Diego area have closed, the ORHG continues to serve the local art communities. Our special Discovery Room in the gallery promotes promising artists by giving them a two-month free show with a reception. Watch for the dates of our receptions in the Sentinel. The receptions are free and open to the public.
President, Olde Ramona Hotel Gallery
Ramona Horse rescue needs help, donations I was hoping that you would let your readers know that I am continuing to care for the horses at the rescue. Despite my poor health and diminishing eyesight, I am determined to care for the horses for as long as I breathe. We have found wonderful homes for some but many are convalescing horses and some with medical problems. We could really use the help of any donations for the high cost of hay and medical care. We have some helpful volunteers and would welcome any one who would like to offer some time for the horses. I am thankful for your previous concern and hope you and your readers have a wonderful Thanksgiving!
Owner, Summer Glen Ranch Horse Rescue