Readers’ corner 06/23/08
scouts graduate, honor leaders
At the recent graduation of the Weebelo Scouts of Pack 23, scouts and parents alike honored outgoing Scoutmaster Andrew Pawlowski for his several years of leadership, dedication and hard work with an award expressing their appreciation.
Every year, the ceremony also honors boys who are advancing from Cub Scouts into Boy Scouts. Pawlowski, a Nevada City architect whose sons are active in the group, is advancing along with them: He’ll be leading a Boy Scout troop this fall, scouting dad Mitch Yantis says.
Their ceremony was June 8 at Seaman Lodge, at Pioneer Park.
improve your fitness and flexibility
Are you interested in improving your flexibility and getting rid of all those joint pains in your knees, hips and ankles? If yes, join the Runners and Riders Movement Workshop from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. June 28 at Club Sierra in Grass Valley.
Jackie Mason, of Movement for Life, will conduct the workshop, which costs $40. To attend the workshop or, for more information, call 478-9547.
You can read about how Jackie has helped area kids who suffer from cerebral palsy with her technique on page C1 of the Learning section.
Club Sierra is located on 130 W. Berryhill Drive in Grass Valley.
special artist, special wood
Have you ever noticed the cozy, colorful store and art gallery at the entrance to the Commercial Street public parking lot in Nevada City?
The business is called A Loving Home Gallery, and it’s owned by Louis Buchetto.
Buchetto and his daughter, Tirza (she’s just 8), recently finished working on two new benches made out of wood from a large tree from the State Capitol grounds in Sacramento. The two benches (one of which is pictured above) will be on display at a toy store in Los Gatos, Buchetto told The Union.
You can learn more about Buchetto’s store at http://www.alovinghomegallery.com. He has an online coupon, too.
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