Monday, September 24, 2007

Sunday Walk in San Francisco September 22, 2007

Excelsior Festival - Persia Triangle - As always a very successful festival with food, music, activities and great free handouts. (Just a little cold).
Chris Bowen was their registering Republicans, he gave me a Schwarzenegger tag "Protecting the California Dream" (no, I didn't wear the tag!).
Supervisor Geraldo Sandoval gave out free cotton candy.
Julio J. Ramos, Vice President, Board of Trustees San Francisco community college district was there. (A good friend of Geraldo Sandoval) I believe he is running for District 11 Supervisor next year.
John Avalos and his campaign supporters were there handing out literature for his race for Supervisor in District 11 next year. I understand he is currently staff person to Supervisor Chris Daly. Information:, 415-584-8584
Larry Hooper there in support of Proposition D- Library bond.
Mayor Gavin Newsom and friend Jennifer Siebel were there (stunning couple).
I admit it, I went to Mitchell's Ice Cream for butterscotch fudge.
Walked around San Francisco Giant's stadium. It was "Running the Bases" day. Huge, huge lines after the game of families waiting so their kids could run around the bases. So cute, these little people running around the bases (and the kids were shown up on the big screen!).
Big line to get into San Francisco Giant's souvenir shop (men's sweatshirts all $15.!).
Saw Agar Jaicks there with his family (former Chair of the San Francisco Democratic Party).
September 24, 2007 - Tuesday
Ron Dudum candidate for Supervisor in District 4 is holding a rally on City Hall steps at 1:30 p.m. Information:
October 21, 2007 - Sunday
Fiesta On the Hill - Bernal Heights Stree Fair - Cortland Avenue. Sila and the Afrofunk Experience, pony rides, petting zoo, celebrity dunking tank. Benefit for Bernal Heights Neighborhood Center, 515 Cortland Ave., S.F. Ca. 94110 Information:
October 27, 2007 - Saturday
End War Protest - 11 a.m. Civic Center. (web site says "wear some flowers in your hair"). www.Oct

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