Mountain Neighbors Having Fun at Firefighters Events
By Patricia Wood
Mountain Neighbors Helping Neighbors had some summer fun attending our local mountain volunteer fire department events. First, my husband and I visited
the Fire and Rescue Pancake Breakfast in May at the South Skyline Station. We enjoyed tasty blueberry pancakes and great conversation with people from the Black Road area.
Jacki Corvell and her friend, and Brian Wood and I took turns at our MNHN booth at the always fantastic Loma Prieta Firefighters BBQ on June 7. We had our own
booth this year courtesy of Fran Thompson's booth cover, Harold & Shirley Hoyt's card table, and permission of our Fire Chief, Alex Lehman. We took turns at our
booth greeting and chatting with many neighbors.
While we were there we saw many of our current volunteers and some of our care receivers, and we made new friends. We signed up 11 new volunteers who are ready to begin.
In fact, we made one match onsite! We are so thankful for our volunteers whose cheerful neighborliness makes life in the mountains so rewarding.
Cliff Jenkins from the South Skyline area joined us at the June 20, South Skyline Fire and Rescue Open House being hosted by the Las Cumbres Fire Station off Highway 9,
from 10 am to 2pm. We met new friends from the South Skyline Fire Safety and the CERT first responders who were there too.
We provide non-professional services to those in need in our 95033
community. Please call 408-353-4565 (PatriciaWood) or email us at
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Our Wonderful Community Partners
Our care network is made possible by your friends and neighbors who volunteer their time,
supplies, and money. We are very grateful for the many folks and local groups who help to build
a stronger healthier mountain community family.
Christ Child Catholic Church
Leo's Club (CTE middle school service club)
Loma Prieta Community Foundation
Loma Prieta Women's Club
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Chapel
Mountain Bible Church
Skyland Church, UCC
Santa Cruz Mountain Alliance
South Skyline Association