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Event on May 17 Helps Raise Awareness for the Diana Basehart Foundation


Diana Basehart with her beloved companion, Nell

Diana Basehart with her beloved companion, Nell

Diana Basehart with Tipper Gore, who will attend the event on May 17

Diana Basehart with Tipper Gore, who will attend the event on May 17


The Diana Basehart Foundation is having a fundraiser on Saturday, May 17th from 3-6pm. It will take place at 2462 Golden Gate Ave–a private home in Summerland. There will be wine provided by Dog Hill Vineyard, Hors D’oeuvres, music by Glendessary Jam, art by renowned artist Valori Fussell, & more.

The Diana Basehart Foundation helps seniors, families & veterans on limited incomes to care for and keep their beloved pets by providing support for veterinary care and nutritional needs—all while minimizing the number of animals turned over to shelters. If you love animals and understand how vitally important it is for people to be able to care for their 4-legged family members, don’t miss this event. Enjoy a delightful afternoon while supporting a worthwhile cause. To RSVP, call 805-451-1771

Co-Hosts, Frank Newton and Patti Teel

Co-Hosts, Frank Newton and Patti Teel

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Preserving Life Stories

Linda Gregory, Senior Helpers, www.seniorhelpers.com

Linda Gregory, Senior Helpers, http://www.seniorhelpers.com

Allison Grosfield, Looking Glass Life Stories, http://lookingglasslifestories.com/

Allison Grosfield, Looking Glass Life Stories, http://lookingglasslifestories.com

Allison Grosfield, owner of Looking Glass Life Stories, shares the importance of preserving our life stories.  Looking Glass Life Stories is a  personal and family history service.  Allison works with people who want to preserve the stories of their lives in books for their friends, families, and future generations.  http://lookingglasslifestories.com

Linda Gregory compiled her father’s letters and created a story that her family will treasure for many generations to come.  She is also starting a book that will record and preserve her mother’s stories.  Linda Gregory works at Senior Helpers of Santa Barbara.    www.seniorhelpers.com

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Ramona Winner Teaches Children to Treat Elders & Each other with Respect

Ramona Winner is an author of several multicultural books for children.  Her first book was published in Sept of 1996.  Ramona thoroughly researches her stories by spending time at local elementary schools and around children.  Her books share a common thread—multicultural education.  Ramona was raised in an environment where it was a disadvantage to be Hispanic and personally experienced many prejudices.  She has made it her mission to teach children to respect and honor each other’s differences.  Her latest children’s book, The Wooden Bowl, teaches children (and adults), to honor elders and to treat them with respect.  You can visit Ramona’s website at http://www.brainstorm3000.com/author.htm  If you’d like to pick up a free copy of Ramona’s Book, the Wooden Bowl, you can do so at Senior Helpers of Santa Barbara.  Senior Helpers is located at 525 East Micheltorena, STE 101, Santa Barbara, CA. 

 

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