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Nov 15, 2018

Day of the Dead celebration set for Friday at Valley Hazen and Jaeger

The event has been so well-received that its outgrew its former space at Hennessey Funeral Home on North Pines Road, and this year moved across the street to Hazen and Jaeger. Memories and music are at the heart of the celebration. Mariachi Las Aguilas from Eastern Washington University will play during the event, and traditional dancers will perform Danza Mexica. HBPA member Abigail Bocanegra will dance, and is also leading a team in the creation of the focal point of the Day of the Dead – the altar. "Día de los Muertos is based on a sacred pre-European tradition – a time that we honor our ancestors and loved ones who have passed on," Bocanegra said. "It was originally an Aztec tradition held in August, but when the Spanish arrived, they matched it with All Saints Day and All Souls Day on Nov. 1 and 2. You will see a lot of Mexica tradition mixed with symbols of Spanish Catholicism." Día de los Inocentes (Day of the Innocents), the day to honor children and infants who have died, is Nov 1. The actual Día de los Muertos, Day of the Dead, is Nov. 2, so Bocanegra and her crew will create three altars; a children's altar, an adult altar and a community altar. "Members of the community are invited to bring their own photos, food or mementos and place them on the community altar," she said. The brightly-colored altars feature pictures of deceased friends or family members, as well as things they loved, whether coffee or beer or special baked goods. Valadez said, "The altar is beautiful and a true tribute to the dea...

Jun 10, 2016

Dr. Dick's Wildflower Guide: What's blooming in the Napa Valley

Red Ribbons, the most colorful and eye-catching clarkia, luxuriate on the road from the Silverado Trail to Lake Hennessey. Then they take a breather to reappear vigorously on Chiles Valley Road as it takes off to the right on the way home. From the very start, they hang on high roadsides like well-worn tapestries. The most self-conscious of the clarkias, now called “elegant clarkia” — they are just that fragile — suddenly appear on the hillside close to the road as you make the turn from the Lake into Pope and Chiles Valley road. They, too, appear in masses, and will continue to do so, as the road follows the stream below, always seeming to hide in tall dry grasses. Slender clarkia, open-faced and pink, will catch one’s eye. If you wish to see them as a mass of color, drive left at the junction on Chiles Valley road for about 2 miles. It will be worth it. Then as you turn around and follow Chiles road, slender clarkias, lit up by sunshine, will make your day, for sure. Three clarkias thus far have stolen the show, but there remains perhaps the most striking clarkia of all, as it hides on the corner of Oakville Grade as it meets Mount Veeder Road. It is the wine cup clarkia. Its uniform dark regal purple arises above the dry grass, and can be missed if one drives carelessly by. To have the joy of seeing clarkias in bloom, you had better hurry, for summer heat is here and soon they will be gone till next year. (Napa Valley Register)

Feb 3, 2016

Pennsbury High School steps out in style, gets psyched for May Senior Prom with fashion show extravaganza and expo

Among just a few, Deidre Hennessey modeled a strapless chiffon gown with sweetheart neckline; Madison Heaton wore a royal blue gown with stunning detailing and a high neckline; and Kira Crain modeled a sequin top with sweetheart neckline and a cool gown by Gianni.The display of trendy dresses and snappy tuxedos highlighted the school’s annual Senior Prom Fashion Show and Expo, which was emceed by the comedic duo of Kate Augustin and Keira Leventhal. Commenting on each gown and tux were Mackenzie McGill, Olivia Sargent and Abby Wick.“This is all about getting them excited about what’s coming up in May,” said fashion show adviser and Business, Computers and Information Technology (BCIT) department teacher Joscelyne Hauser. “They get to hang out with their friends and have some fun. They also get to see some of the latest styles and upcoming looks – what’s in, what colors are trending and more.”The event has become a pre-Prom tradition at PHS, designed not only to get students psyched about the Prom, but to introduce them to businesses that offer prom-related goods and services.During an expo preceding the show, students browsed through vendor booths offering everything one could imagine for a memorable prom experience, from transportation and hair styling services to jewelry, clothing and much more.“We can’t thank Men’s Warehouse, David’s Bri... (Bucks Local News)

Feb 2, 2016

Wilma Rickert

Krissy & Marty, Ava, Mason Hernandez, Kurt & Sarah, Koleman, Keian, Kale Kaiser of Colorado Peggy & Alan, Steven, Stephanie Patocka of Hennessey Jim & Jeanine Deterding of Pond Creek Andy & Sue, Greg & Cortney, Trayson, Hudson Deterding, Nikki Deterding of San Francisco and Tommy & Laura Deterding of Pond Creek Kenny & Paula, Brad & Jaci, Kinley, Cale, Landry Deterding Kevin & Keasha, Keira, Kade, Kolten Deterding Melissa & Casey LaBrue Kourtney Deterding of Enid Chuck & Sarah, Lexey, Torey Deterding of Illinois Anne & Mark Mattley, Natalie & Sam, Brayden Hafele Sheila, Olivia Mattley of Houston Mary & Jami Bond, Mandi & Riley, Creighton Nienhueser, J.J. Bond of Nebraska Neil & Danielle, Nicholas, Nolan & Dane Deterding of Enid Amy & Todd, Chelsea, Samantha, Caleb Kulak of Perry. Sisters, Margie Ann Ohl, Arlene Diekemper & husband Bob as well as numerous nieces and nephews. Mom is preceded in death by her parents, her loving husband Louie of 56 years, their infant son & her sister Marilyn Rickert Moll.       In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Pond Creek Volunteer Fire Department and Emergency Medical Team in care of the Funeral Home. Mom and Dad were grateful for the awesome service provided while they lived in Pond Creek. Arrangements by Wilson Funeral Home, Pond Creek, Oklahoma.      A visitation will be at Wilson Funeral Home from 4 to 7 p.m. on Friday Jan 22, 2016.  Funeral services will be Saturday 1 p.m. January 23, 2016 at the St. Paul Lutheran Church, Enid, Oklahoma.  Pastor Kenneth Wade and Pastor Scott Whittenberg officiating.  Interment will follow at Pond Creek Cemetery. (Julesburg Advocate)

Jan 8, 2016

Thomas D. Kassib, 57, of Easton, Passed Away Suddenly

Obituary courtesy of Redgate-Hennessey Funeral HomeThomas D. Kassib, age 57, passed away suddenly Monday, January 4, 2016, in Danbury Hospital. Thomas was born in Bridgeport, son of the late John G. and Belle Buza Kassib and was a lifelong Easton resident. He worked for twenty years with the Medline Corporation, Danbury and part time at Big Y, Newtown in the seafood department. Survivors include his sister and brother Patricia Marsh of Fairfield and Dennis J. Kassib of Heeney, CO, four nephews and one niece Jeremy and Jason Kassib, Kurt, Andrew, and Erika Marsh, grandnephew and grandniece Grayson and Teneley Kassib; also survived by an aunt, uncles, and cousins. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 10:00a.m., meeting directly in Notre Dame of Easton Church, 655 Morehouse Road, Easton, with a Mass of Christian Burial. Interment will follow in Union Cemetery, Easton. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwestern Connecticut, 2470 Fairfield Avenue, Bridgeport, CT 06605. (