Hopefully you have had a moment to take a look at our new web site, if not, you may be missing a lot of good information about our community. Here is an example of what is going on in Red Bluff over the next few days. Saturday, I would like to invite you to the annual Little Reno Night at Sacred Heart School in Red Bluff. This years theme is Denim and Diamonds and is expected to be an awesome event. Proceeds from the evening help support Sacred Heart School, if you go, don't forget to bid on the Cornerstone BBQ for 30. Saturday is also the kick off to the Little League Season, as Hobart Field at Jackson Heights will host the annual tryouts for both Baseball and Softball. Who can forget the run our 11-12 year old All Stars had last year. Who knows, maybe they can make it all the way to the World Series in 2012. If you can pick one thing to support next week, please consider Tuesday night, when the Red Bluff High Girls Basketball teams participate in a "PINK OUT". Come wearing your Pink to help support the Lady Spartans as they do their part to raise awareness for the fight against Cancer. All proceeds will go to St. Elizabeth Imaging Center. If you cannot make it to the game Tuesday, you can support the cause by coming by the Red Bluff branch to take a look at the wonderful Pink Quilt that was donated to support the event. Finally, please support the 3rd Annual From the Heart Canned Food Drive. Visit our Red Bluff Branch or one of the many other participating outlets and donate non-perishable food items. The food drive will run from February 1st through the 14th. Donated items will support Tehama County Gleaners.
As you can see there are a lot of good things happening in our Community. Check back often to see what's happening next. I will also like to invite you to send me an email if you would like our web site to post your event.
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Senior Vice President