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Lakewood Elementary family picnic was a success

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Posted: Saturday, June 22, 2013 12:00 am

Lakewood Elementary School held its annual family dinner on May 3. The students and parents did a wonderful job creating a family-friendly picnic with traditional picnic games and activities. Additionally, a silent auction and raffle were held to raise funds for various school supplies, activities and study trips.

We have many businesses and families to thank for their support in making this event a success: Color Spot Nursery, Lockeford Springs Golf, In-N-Out Burger, Disneyland, Guild Cleaners, Michael~David Winery, Merry Maids, Edible Arrangements, The Burkhardt, Family, The Fugate Family, The Milligan Family, The Ruiz Family, Jonell Steckman, Renee Metcalf, Greg Freeman/Alecia Escajeda/Brookside Country Club, the Diaz family, the Hendrickson family, Martha Hammond, Margie Wood, Sea Salt Cottage, The Stockton Ports, Walmart, Webers Cabinets, Now & Zen Yoga, Perfect Balance Day Spa, Auto Zone, Ellis Car Wash, Logitech, WOW Museum, Seena Cosmetics, New & Again, Hard Luck Tattoo-Joel Ruiz, Aprylle Messinger, Impact Sports, Matsuyama, Avenue Grill, Chocolate Factory, Scooters, Delicato Vineyards, City Bikes, General Mills, Lodi Wine Commission, Head Water Kayak, Julia Staley, and Made 4u by Darlene Designs.

We would also like to thank our Lakewood staff, students, parents, family members and parent club for their extraordinary effort and time to make this such a successful event.

Marcy Diaz

Event chairwoman

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