Jimmy and Dorothy Dunn, of Hollister, celebrated their 45th
wedding anniversary on Oct. 6.
ANNIVERSARY: Dunns celebrate 45 years: Jimmy and Dorothy Dunn, of Hollister, celebrated their 45th wedding anniversary on Oct. 6. They celebrated as they traveled to Palm Springs where they enjoyed the warm weather and sunshine, then to Lake Tahoe where they were greeted with a beautiful snow shower. They were high school sweethearts and were married in 1966. Kim, Todd, Cassie, Ryan and Kevin thank you for showing them the true example of lasting love.
Littles celebrate 50 years
Murv and Judy Little, from Morgan Hill, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary in Maui on Nov. 11. They will enjoy the Sheraton Luau, Haleakala Sunrise and Warren and Annabelle’s Magic Show. They were married in Pocatello, Idaho.
Chelsea Hill, a freshman of Biola University and resident of Gilroy, received the college’s highest scholarship – the President’s scholarship – for the 2011/2012 academic year.
Freshmen are eligible for the President’s scholarship – $9,000 per year – if upon entering the university, they meet the requirements of the scholarship.
Good Egg awarded to Wipe Out Watch volunteer program
Gilroy is a great place to live, work and visit, and the Gilroy Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors takes pride in awarding the Nob Hill “Good Egg” Award to a program that has contributed to our community by instilling the spirit of volunteerism and a genuine desire to keep Gilroy looking clean, safe and graffiti-free. The recipient in October is the Wipe Out Watch Anti-Graffiti Volunteer Program administered by Community Officer, Rachel Munoz, of the Gilroy Police Department. The program is designed to assist in the removal of graffiti from public property. In addition, the volunteers assist the elderly and/or physically handicapped citizens when they become victims of graffiti and is a true partnership between the government and citizens.
Kyle Loving, of Gilroy, graduated with a master’s degree in engineering management and leadership from Santa Clara University. Kyle is a 2004 graduate of Gilroy High School and received a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Santa Clara University in 2007.