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Summer Celebration BBQ for Juanita Haugen Scholarships

Original post made by Ken mano, Willow West, on Jul 31, 2022

Community of Character is Fund Raising for the Juanita Haugen Scholarships with a
Summer Celebration - BBQ Fundraiser in the beautiful backyard of retired police captain, Craig Eicher

The Scholarship honors the memory of Juanita Haugen, trustee and president of Pleasanton School Boards for 28 years. Juanita had a passion for children and was a leader in the district's character education program and in establishing the "Community of Character Collaborative". Juanita died in 2007 due to cancer. The scholarship honors students from Pleasanton High Schools who exemplify the character traits of the Community of Character Collaborative through example and service.

Keep the memory of Juanita Haugen alive and help these Pleasanton students fulfill their dreams by purchasing tickets or making a donation to the Scholarship Fund.

Meet new leaders in the Community:
James Cooper – CEO/President, Pleasanton Chamber
David Swing – Pleasanton Police Chief
Joe Testa - Livermore-Pleasanton Fire Chief

This is a wonderful opportunity to honor Juanita, support our outstanding Pleasanton students, mingle with old friends, and meet some of the new leaders in our community, as well as enjoy Craig's beautiful backyard where he has been working hard since retirement from the police force.

6pm, Saturday, August 20, 2022
3649 Chelsea Ct., Pleasanton
$75 per person

Tickets available at the Chamber website:
Donations to the Scholarship Fund at:


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