Readers’ Corner: Sept. 3, 2008
A family reunion with 80 guests
The Browning family has lived in Nevada County for eight generations, and the earliest arrivals settled in French Corral in the 1850s. So it was natural for a family reunion, gathering five generations of Brownings, would take place there.
Pat and Nita Browning recently played host to 80 relatives.
The attendees came from western Nevada County, Southern California and Washington, Idaho and Arizona, said Diana Pello of Nevada City, who helped the Brownings arrange the event.
For the full photograph of the reunion, visit http://www.theunion.com/community.
It’s been a long time
The Nevada Union High School class of 1958 is hosting its 50th reunion at 6 p.m. Sept. 13 at the Nevada City Elks Lodge. A lunch also is scheduled at 11 a.m. Sept. 14 at Trolley Junction restaurant in Nevada City.
For more information, call (541) 217-8413.
Think about your future
If you’re a Sierra College student about to finish your coursework, you might want to attend the annual College and University Transfer Day event on Sept. 23 at the Rocklin campus, to figure out what you want to do with your college credits.
More than 50 representatives from various universities will be at the event to offer advice about majors, special programs, housing and financial aid. The event will be held from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the student center in Rocklin.
Some of the universities that will be at the event include University of California at Berkeley, San Diego, Santa Cruz and Davis, and California State University at Sacramento, Chico, Monterey Bay, Fresno and Humboldt.
For more information, contact the college transfer center at (916) 789-2618.
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