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Thanks for help with SBHS Sober Grad Night
I would like to thank the community for stepping forward and
helping us make the San Benito High School Safe and Sober Grad
Night 2009 a success.
I would also like to thank all the people who volunteered that
evening. The event could not have run without their donation of
time throughout the night.
San Benito High School Sober Grad Night 2009 had 342 seniors
attend out of 582.
This event would not be possible without the support of the
businesses,
Community groups, and private citizens who made monetary
donations, raffle prize donations, helped with fundraising events
and donated their time to chaperone that evening.
In this issue of the Pinnacle is a list of our supporters.
Please patronize these business, thank the organizations and
supporters of Sober Grad Night.
They are an asset to our community.
Hydie McDonald
Sober Grad Night
Thanks for help with SBHS Sober Grad Night

I would like to thank the community for stepping forward and helping us make the San Benito High School Safe and Sober Grad Night 2009 a success.

I would also like to thank all the people who volunteered that evening. The event could not have run without their donation of time throughout the night.

San Benito High School Sober Grad Night 2009 had 342 seniors attend out of 582.

This event would not be possible without the support of the businesses,

Community groups, and private citizens who made monetary donations, raffle prize donations, helped with fundraising events and donated their time to chaperone that evening.

In this issue of the Pinnacle is a list of our supporters. Please patronize these business, thank the organizations and supporters of Sober Grad Night.

They are an asset to our community.

Hydie McDonald

Sober Grad Night

Bikers deserved better welcome

Are the politicos so happy that they didn’t have to call out the militia for the unwelcomed bikers?

I did tell a few I was very sorry that they were not welcomed. They are my friends from when they first came to Hollister in the 1940s.

I feel for the locals that put out so much money for food and drinks.

Also, for all the work the Grimsleys did at Bolado.

Forget next year; they will find a better place to go where they are welcomed.

Aurelia Bozzo

Hollister

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