PHOTOS: Last week in Idyllwild

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‘EVERYBODY’ VOL. 3 PREVIEW: Gina Genis held a book signing while offering a sneak peak of Volume 3 of “Everybody and Their Mother” Tuesday, Oct. 28 at the Idyllwild Library.   Photo by Jenny Kirchner

‘EVERYBODY’ VOL. 3 PREVIEW: Gina Genis held a book signing while offering a sneak peak of Volume 3 of “Everybody and Their Mother” Tuesday, Oct. 28 at the Idyllwild Library. Photo by Jenny Kirchner

 

MANY HAPPY RETURNS: Mike Ahern, who is moving to Colorado, was feted with a farewell party at Silver Pines Lodge Wednesday, Oct. 29.        Photo by Peter Szabadi

MANY HAPPY RETURNS: Mike Ahern, who is moving to Colorado, was feted with a farewell party at Silver Pines Lodge Wednesday, Oct. 29. Photo by Peter Szabadi

HAPPY BIRTHDAY CHIP!: Many came out to celebrate Dr. Charles Schelly’s 50th birthday Saturday at Town Hall. Food, dancing and other celebrations were available for all. Donations were being accepted for the Idyllwild HELP Center with an emphasis on education and health. Photo by Jenny Kirchner

HAPPY BIRTHDAY CHIP!: Many came out to celebrate Dr. Charles Schelly’s 50th birthday Saturday at Town Hall. Food, dancing and other celebrations were available for all. Donations were being accepted for the Idyllwild HELP Center with an emphasis on education and health.
Photo by Jenny Kirchner

DICTIONARIES FOR ALL: Rotary members Scott Fisher (right) and John Graham handed out dictionaries to Mrs. Salter’s (Jeri John is pictured) third-grade class at Idyllwild School last week as part of the national Rotary program of providing all third graders in the country with a dictionary. Both Fisher and Graham are retired teachers. The Rotary is the largest and oldest civic organization in the world. Photo by Jay Pentrack

DICTIONARIES FOR ALL: Rotary members Scott Fisher (right) and John Graham handed out dictionaries to Mrs. Salter’s (Jeri John is pictured) third-grade class at Idyllwild School last week as part of the national Rotary program of providing all third graders in the country with a dictionary. Both Fisher and Graham are retired teachers. The Rotary is the largest and oldest civic organization in the world.
Photo by Jay Pentrack

JAZZIN’ AGAINST CANCER: Laurette Placencia, 63, has been fighting breast cancer for more than a year and is currently in remission. She credits Jazzercise with helping her stay healthy and is grateful for the support of her Jazzercise friends during her battle. The class honored Laurette last Thursday with a gift and inspirational notes. October was Breast Cancer Awareness month. Photo by Jay Pentrack

JAZZIN’ AGAINST CANCER: Laurette Placencia, 63, has been fighting breast cancer for more than a year and is currently in remission. She credits Jazzercise with helping her stay healthy and is grateful for the support of her Jazzercise friends during her battle. The class honored Laurette last Thursday with a gift and inspirational notes. October was Breast Cancer Awareness month.
Photo by Jay Pentrack

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