Photos: This week in Idyllwild: September 1, 2016

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Once again, Lisa Haley and the Zydekats packed the park and the dance floor as they closed out the Idyllwild Summer Concert season on Thursday, Aug. 25. Fresh off of a performance at Jazz in the Pines, Haley and her crew made sure no one could sit still, a fitting ending to another series of great concerts put together by Ken Dahleen.   Photo by Tom Kluzak

Once again, Lisa Haley and the Zydekats packed the park and the dance floor as they closed out the Idyllwild Summer Concert season on Thursday, Aug. 25. Fresh off of a performance at Jazz in the Pines, Haley and her crew made sure no one could sit still, a fitting ending to another series of great concerts put together by Ken Dahleen. Photo by Tom Kluzak

 

Last week, several citizens elevated their concerns about the Idyllwild Water District directors’ actions. Here, Marge Muir and Vic Sirkin help raise a “Resign” sign. Four other signs were posted throughout Idyllwild; however, one was removed Saturday night.    Photo by JP Crumrine

Last week, several citizens elevated their concerns about the Idyllwild Water District directors’ actions. Here, Marge Muir and Vic Sirkin help raise a “Resign” sign. Four other signs were posted throughout Idyllwild; however, one was removed Saturday night. Photo by JP Crumrine

 

Jerry Baccaire of JerryArt Artists Gallery discussed his unique “dotillism” approach to art with the Idyllwild Rotary Club on Wednesday, Aug. 17. He graciously auctioned a few of his pieces, including an urn and egg created by applying dots of color in intricate patterns, with proceeds supporting the charitable work of the Rotary.

Jerry Baccaire of JerryArt Artists Gallery discussed his unique “dotillism” approach to art with the Idyllwild Rotary Club on Wednesday, Aug. 17. He graciously auctioned a few of his pieces, including an urn and egg created by applying dots of color in intricate patterns, with proceeds supporting the charitable work of the Rotary. Photo by Tom Kluzak

 

From left, Idyllwild Arts President and Headmaster Pamela Jordan, along h with students Narushi Fukuda, Emilio Wettlaufer and Emilia Martinez, accept a check from Art Alliance of Idyllwild President Shanna Robb totaling $1,900 that will support two programs. Four hundred dollars goes to the Baby Dance Program and $1,500 for tuition assistance for an Idyllwild student attending Idyllwild Arts Academy.Photo by Jenny Kirchner

From left, Idyllwild Arts President and Headmaster Pamela Jordan, along h with students Narushi Fukuda, Emilio Wettlaufer and Emilia Martinez, accept a check from Art Alliance of Idyllwild President Shanna Robb totaling $1,900 that will support two programs. Four hundred dollars goes to the Baby Dance Program and $1,500 for tuition assistance for an Idyllwild student attending Idyllwild Arts Academy. Photo by Jenny Kirchner

 

Shanna Robb, Art Alliance of Idyllwild president, gives a hug to Roberto Garcia of La Casita as thanks for hosting the monthly Art Alliance Members Mingle on Wednesday evening, Aug. 24. A large group gathered on La Casita’s deck for insightful conversations made all the better by the excellent food and drink. Photo by Tom Kluzak

Shanna Robb, Art Alliance of Idyllwild president, gives a hug to Roberto Garcia of La Casita as thanks for hosting the monthly Art Alliance Members Mingle on Wednesday evening, Aug. 24. A large group gathered on La Casita’s deck for insightful conversations made all the better by the excellent food and drink. Photo by Tom Kluzak

 

At the monthly meeting of the Idyllwild Photographers on Wednesday, Aug. 24, attendees were fortunate to see many exceptional photographs of the numerous beautiful birds that live in and travel through our mountains. Robin Roberts (standing, left), who has extensive experience studying and photographing our feathered friends, presented an interesting and informative discussion.Photo by Tom Kluzak

At the monthly meeting of the Idyllwild Photographers on Wednesday, Aug. 24, attendees were fortunate to see many exceptional photographs of the numerous beautiful birds that live in and travel through our mountains. Robin Roberts (standing, left), who has extensive experience studying and photographing our feathered friends, presented an interesting and informative discussion. Photo by Tom Kluzak

 

Rotary District 5330 Governor Bob Duistermars (left) receives a Rotary mug from Idyllwild Rotary President Marc Kassouf at the weekly club meeting on Aug. 24. Duistermars represents more than 60 Rotary Clubs in the Inland Empire. Each of these sponsors multiple projects to benefit their own and other communities. His visit serves to highlight one of the benefits of Rotary membership: a member traveling anywhere in the world can find a Rotary Club at which he or she will be welcomed with open arms.Photo by Tom Kluzak

Rotary District 5330 Governor Bob Duistermars (left) receives a Rotary mug from Idyllwild Rotary President Marc Kassouf at the weekly club meeting on Aug. 24. Duistermars represents more than 60 Rotary Clubs in the Inland Empire. Each of these sponsors multiple projects to benefit their own and other communities. His visit serves to highlight one of the benefits of Rotary membership: a member traveling anywhere in the world can find a Rotary Club at which he or she will be welcomed with open arms. Photo by Tom Kluzak

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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