A large crowd of Peninsula Committee members and guests enjoyed an evening of fellowship and music on Sunday. A social hour with food and drink kicked off the event. Musical entertainment was provided by members of the Asia America Youth Symphony – the violin duo of Jackson Snead and Connie Millecan, and the Matthew Jamele Jazz Quartet, featuring Matthew on the drums, Sara Sithi-Amnuai, trumpet, Nick De La O, bass, and Noah Wolfe, guitar.
The concert featured 15-year old Andrew Moses playing the clarinet with Dr. Tania Fleischer’s piano accompaniment. Robert Theis provided some wonderful piano offerings, with a surprise flute performance by his wife, Boglarka Kiss. Jeralyn Glass, accompanied by Keith Harrison, concluded the concert.
The event was made possible through the generous donations by our sponsors:
Kristin Sannes Lowery and Michael Lowery
Lisa and Lowell Hill
Sue and Allan Frew, Jacqueline Glass, Diana and Van Honeycutt, Val and Henry Noguchi, Lois Ryan
Cynthia Allan, Ann and Jim Carley, PCLAP Class of 2011, Sharon and Bud Guthrie,
Christin Marie Ofiesh, Trudy Park, Marlene and Stephen Young
Sondra and Wilhelm Behrens, Ginny Bleier, Joyce Block-Miller, David Clark, Frank’s Plumbing,
Merna Halsted, Marilyn and Dale Hoffman, Kathleen Keller, Lois and Jim Moore,
Mary Jane Schoenheider, Phyllis and Joe Sherwood
And none of this wonderful evening would have been possible without the dedication and hard work of the Fanfare for Fall committee:
Co-chairs: Janet Ceske and Phyllis Sherwood
Kei Benoit, Joan Connaghan, Marian Duntley, Shirley Farley, Sue Frew, Carol Hart, Pat Hill,
Cheryl Graue, Hazel Lord, Alicia Maniatakis, Bette Moen, Lois Moore, Val Noguchi,
Judy Sannes, Marlene Shlens
Special thanks to Sally Varricchione for the photo montage.