…WITH A $750 DONATION
Wildomar City Councilmember Sheryl Ade was the recipient of the “luck of the draw” at a luncheon Thursday at the Mission Inn in Riverside. The luncheon was hosted by the Manufactured Housing Educational Trust and Councilmember Ade’s name was drawn for a $750 donation to her charity of choice.
After hearing an excellent presentation by Ron Hewison, director of HOPE (Helping Our People In Elsinore) during Wednesday evening’s city council meeting, Ms. Ade immediately declared that she would donate the entire $750 gift to that charity. The funding by the Trust will be in time to add to the work of HOPE for this holiday Season.
Wildomar Magazine believes that “good fortune” follows those who have a “good heart” and “good motives.” As a result, the Ultimate Goodness, whomever/wherever he/she is, has blessed HOPE through Sheryl’s good heartedness.
Another benefit of the luncheon was hearing an endearing message by the keynote speaker, Huell Howser, as he spoke of coming to California from Tennessee and found that the story of California is not the majestic Yosemite park views or the sea coast or the mountains. According to Huell, it’s the people of California.
At the conclusion of the meeting, Councilmember Ade was able to meet with Huell.
She was overheard pitching his presence for Wildomar’s first birthday party come next July 1. Huell said he never makes any appointments for that first week of July as that is his “time off.” However, he told her that he still wants to do a story on Wildomar in the future.
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