Fauntleroy’s Hallin the historical school, is again open to events, which meant that the Fauntleroy Community Association could hold its first in-person annual meeting since pre-pandemic. Last night’s meeting included the election of board members:
From left above are council members Bruce Butterfield, Mike Dey, David Haggerty, Marty Westerman, Susan Lantz-Dey, Catherine Bailey, Alexis Zolnerand Frank Immel. (Council members who could not be there are Sydney Hammerquist, Nils von Veh, Bill Wellington, Kris Ilgenfritzand Alain Grainger.) The event is also known as the Food Fest, as local businesses offer bites to meeting attendees – among them, Daystar Retirement Village (BMS sponsor) in nearby Westwood:
There from Daystar were Corrine Camerota and Jason Kitchel, with a bite of salmon pâté. Jack Miller of Husky Deli was there too, with sandwich samples:
Community organizations have also filed, among them, the Emergency communication centersrepresented by Cindi Barker and Michael Brunner:
No matter which part of the peninsula you are in, find your nearest hub – a place to go in the event of a disaster – on this card. And prepare your calendar for another Fauntleroy event, a restaurant fundraiser on June 7 at Endolyne Joe’s to support the Fauntleroy Autumn Festival (which is also looking for more volunteers, as noted here). You are also welcome to attend FCA Board meetings, which are held on second Tuesdays at 7 p.m. – watch fauntleroy.net for updates.
PS Also to come – a meeting organized by the FCA on May 24 on the Fauntleroy ferry quay replacement project; details to come.