Hoedown a boot-scootin’ good time
Event held at Silvergate benefits Foundation for Senior Care
Thursday, August 7th, 2014
Issue 32, Volume 18.
Hoedown a boot-scootin’ good time
Patty Martinez, newly-appointed administrator of Silvergate Residence Residence of Fallbrook, addresses the crowd at the Hoedown July 25. David Petree, Silvergate President and CEO looks on. Attendees at the Hoedown listen to the speakers during the Foundation for Senior Care fundraiser on July 25 at Silvergate Retirement Residence. Adrianna Vargas, left, serves Renee Barnes potato salad at the Foundation for Senior Care benefit dinner July 25 at Silvergate. Adrianna Vargas, left, serves Pat Betschart potato salad at the Foundation for Senior Care benefit dinner and Hoedown. Patty Martinez helps Jim Beebe to his table at the Hoedown benefit and dinner for the Foundation for Senior Care held at Silvergate Retirement Residence July 25. The Silvergate catering staff, from left, Adrianna Vargas, Sinthia Solis, Noel Montillo and Lupe Lopez serve western-style food for the Foundation for Senior Care benefit dinner and Hoedown on July 25. Karen Guey is thrilled at winning the drawing for a large gift basket in the raffle that was offered at the Hoedown to benefit the Foundation for Senior Care at Silvergate on July 25. Bob Halibrek, left, buys raffle and drink tickets from Brandie Lopez, right, at the Foundation for Senior Care Hoedown on July 25 at Silvergate Retirement Residence in Fallbrook. In the background, Pam Rundle prepares Glen Shaver’s dinner tickets. Matt Huntsmann, acting Hoedown bartender, serves Bob and Jane Franz during the benefit dinner for the Foundation for Senior Care held at Silvergate Retirement Residence July 25. Bob Franz is the president of the Foundation for Senior Care. Pam Rundle, left, Gay Rose, center, and Brandie Lopez handle ticket sales at the Foundation for Senior Care Hoedown held July 25. The ladies work for Silvergate. Eva Marie Vargo puts her raffle tickets in the drawing bags at the July 25 Hoedown to benefit the Foundation for Senior Care. The event featured live western music, and cowboy hats, jeans, and boots were seen in abundance. Entertainment for the July 25 Foundation for Senior Care Hoedown benefit dinner at Silvergate is provided by local band, the Texas Toothpicks, from left, Dan Sanei, fiddle; Slim Ganey guitar and vocals; Donna Jean, bass and vocals; and Ted Best, drums. Dotty Metcalf, executive director of the Foundation for Senior Care, acknowledges donors and those who helped with the successful Hoedown benefit dinner on July 25 hosted by Silvergate Retirement Residence. Bob Franz, president of the Foundation for Senior Care, addresses the crowd at the Hoedown benefit dinner. Franz acknowledged donors and explained the foundation’s goals and programs. Alan Cook, Foundation for Senior Care board member, addresses the crowd at the Hoedown event on July 25. Bob Franz, foundation president, is in the background. David Petree, CEO and president of Silvergate Retirement Residence, speaks to the audience at the Foundation for Senior Care benefit dinner his facility hosted on July 25. Patty Martinez, newly appointed administrator of Silvergate Fallbrook, looks on. Petree and Martinez were dressed western style for the Hoedown theme of the event.
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