The association's color rendering of its 2011 float, "3-2-1 DIG!", was prominently on display and the subject of much discussion. Much of the buzz also was about how wonderful it is that La Cañada High's Evanne Friedmann was named Rose Queen, and that Queen Evanne's introduction with her Royal Court at LCFTRA's "An Evening of Wine and Roses" on Nov. 7 is eagerly anticipated.
Enjoying the Happy Hour were Gloria and Terry Beyer, Anne Hills, Laverne Hench, Sharlyn French, Dee and Fraser Draper, state Assemblyman Anthony Portantino, Diane and John Landrum, Lillian and Roy Olofson, Jean and Ron Zink, Vera and Garth Gragg, Kitty Barr, Panelope Verner, David Moffett, Saralane and Rod Allen, Eremita Miranda and Larry Andreason, Fernando Rabelo, Bobbie and Clyde Hemphill with daughter Chris, Nancy Wyman, Evelyn and Dick Barley, Peggy Hotaling, Chuck Hughes, Pat Anderson and LCFTRA president Pam Wiedenbeck.
Also among the float supporters were Julie Cameron and David Granish, Pattie Plath, Claire Slaughter, Sherrill Carbonetti, Donna Franklin, Fran Delaney, Pat and Otis Hutchins, Sue Beatty, Gloria Winkley, Mary and Daryal Gant, Denise Leiler, Jean and Jerry Martin, Jean and Don Spomer, Patti Newton, Lee and Merv Johnson, Adene Sweet and Jim Misamore, Joey and Dave Mitchell, Joyce Ruygrok, Lynn Jarvis, Pamela and Bud Carney, Bob Wallace, Betty and Bob Keller, Brenda Gant, Jeff Hughes, Ann and Bob Neilson, Joyce and Bob Covey, Fran and Bill Evans, Rosemary Hook and Jim Geoghegan.
The organization's officials send word that they extend their thanks to all association members who have so graciously shared their homes for these Happy Hours during 2010: Liz Argue, Jean and Don Spomer, Sarah and Mayfield Marshall, Pat and Otis Hutchins, Becky and Chuck Gelhaar, Janis and Joel Peterson, and Jim Boreham.