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The Big Draw

Original post made by Jill Vellinger, Amador Estates, on May 6, 2014

Thank you for the amazing coverage on The Big Draw Chalk Art Festival for this Saturday, May 10. There are two wonderful Girl Scouts who have, on their own, created an amazing Indian Cultural Booth. I provided some incorrect spelling information for one of them and I'd like to correct that. The correct spelling for is Mehda Prakash, along with Reya Dipti. Along with some amazing art, information and dance, they will also be providing henna. So don't miss it!

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Posted by Claudette
a resident of Another Pleasanton neighborhood
on May 9, 2014 at 8:29 am

Looking forward to participating again this year, this time without the intense heat :) Should be a comfortable 72 deg. ~

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