|Dr. Alfonso Anaya||Feb 11, 2016||
Dingle Elementary Student Council
Retired former superintendent Dr. Alfonso Anaya has taken up residence at our very own Dingle Elementary. He is behind the school's new Student Council, which held its first ever elections in January. Dr. Anaya will be bringing the newly formed Student Council, and students will be given opportunity to tell Luna Vista about the Council's plans, upcoming events, and the benefits that it will provide to the school. Please join us to learn more about this valuable new leadership program at one of Luna Vista's long-time favorite schools!
|Paula & Denny Lofstrom||Feb 18, 2016||
Zinga Hospital Update
Tonight we will hear all of the exciting news about the final phases of construction, landscaping, installation of Rotarian dontated equipment, electric power line trials and triumphs, and the stories of the first patients who came through the doors (the last piece hasn't happened as of this posting in December, but many will be coming soon). People are impressed by what has been achieved. As one official noted when he walked into an exam room, "A sick person is made 70% well just by coming into this room!"
|David Lardizabal||Feb 25, 2016||
Music outreach and education in Woodland
David Lardizabal, Woodland native and owner of Woodland's own David's Broken Note, will come out this week to speak to Luna Vista. David has been instrumental in helping to develop a growing community of music instruction in Woodland. He and the music teachers that he works with frequent local Woodland events, encouraging children to try out instruments, get involved in school music programs, and develop an early and lifelong interest in music. Please join us in welcoming David to Luna Vista, and learn about the work that he does fixing instruments and supporting our community.