Where the Fun is

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“I try to learn from the past, but I plan for the future by focusing
exclusively on the present. That’s where the fun is.” – Donald Trump

I know where the fun is … the silent auction at the HomeTown Country Fair. The Crescenta Valley Chamber of Commerce along with the help of many people has assembled an incredible array of silent auction items that will be up for bid at our HomeTown Country Fair on Saturday, April 16 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Come early to the fair and check out these items, then come back at the end of the day to put in your last bid as the auction will close at 4 p.m. Thank you to the many people who came through to help the chamber and our community by donating.
Items include these and more: Extreme Boot Camp six week outdoor fitness program – value $500; helicopter ride courtesy of Steve & Robin Goldsworthy – value $350; $500 home or office construction project courtesy of Peace of Mind Constructions, Inc.; 3-2-1 Talent Showcase Acting Studios donating three free acting classes – value $120; framed movie poster from “Despicable Me” plus the DVD courtesy of CV Insurance – value $150; Crescenta-Cañada YMCA three month family membership – value $414; Dine & Go! free two-night getaway and dinner courtesy of Montrose Travel – value $350; free web hosting for life from Caspian Services, Inc. – value $120 per year; L.A. County Sheriff’s Office ride-a-long – value $ Priceless; two weeks boot camp membership from AAY! BootCamp – value $150; fixed wing 45 minute airplane flight courtesy of Leo’s All Star Sports Bar and Grill – value $350; WAW Talent Training Studios three free singing classes – value $150; Five Sisters Pinot Noir from Beinn Bhreagh Vineyard courtesy of the Tim MacDonald Family Winery – value $ Priceless; Allied Waste Services one year free service – value $347; Bob Smith Toyota/Scion signature service express – value $40.
This 6th Annual Hometown County Fair on Saturday, April 16 is truly going to be our best ever with a great day of family fun and entertainment. It is held at Crescenta Valley Park on the corner of Dunsmore and Honolulu avenues. Besides an incredible silent auction, the fair includes a full day of entertainment, delicious food, cute dog parade, yummy pie eating contest, fantastic vendors with handcrafted items, delicious candy, beautiful soaps, handmade blankets, unique clothing for men, women and children, fashionable jewelry, toys, candles, dolls and much more. For more information and to view our flyer please visit:  www.LaCrescenta.org or stop by Go Fit Go at 2866 Foothill Blvd. on April 13 for our April business mixer from 6 p.m. 8 p.m.
Important dates: April 13 – April business mixer at Go Fit Go; April 16 – Hometown Country Fair.
Please call our office for more details on any event. How to reach us: (818) 248-4957 / crescentachamber@aol.com / www.LaCrescenta.org / 3131 Foothill Blvd Ste. D.

Julia Rabago is the executive
director of Crescenta Valley
Chamber of Commerce.

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