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Ann in the driver’s seat

My wife and I have been associated with Ann Driver for about 12 years, both in business and as personal friends. We could not ask for a better person to do business with, and as a friend, there is none better. Ann is very well qualified for the position she is seeking as trustee for the Penn Valley Union Elementary School District.

She has a master’s degree in education and is a retired high school teacher. She was on the Ready Springs School Board for the last three years prior to the consolidation with the Pleasant Valley School District and helped support their consolidation.

After retiring from teaching she was involved in real estate and had her own tax preparation business.



But aside from the education and financial experience, she is also a grandmother of seven and has a strong passion for wanting the best education possible for both her grandchildren and ours.

Lets vote for Ann and help her to help all our kids in getting a good education.




Thank you for your vote for Ann Driver.

Ed Bourne

Nevada City


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