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If you are not already a paid CFBRAA member I want to encourage you to become one.
Our association is doing good things and helping out many with special needs and scholarships.
We aren't doing as much as we would like to do and not as much as one would expect, especially if you or someone you are close to are in need of financial help.
We are limited by the funds we have available, so what we can do is modest compared to the needs.

Here is what we were able to accomplish this year with less than 300 paid members:
1. Helped 15 families in crisis situations, providing medical help, housing, utilities, clothing, etc. You provided nearly $11K in crisis support to families.
2. Helped 9 alumni families send their children to college, providing $6K in scholarship assistance.
3. Helped scores of new alumni with transportation, providing $4K for vehicle maintenance and fuel for the Alumni Support Center.
4. Provided $500 to the residents of the Alumni Support Center to help with Christmas presents for their families.
5. Provided $500 to the homes at BR as awards for the Christmas Contest winners.


Join or Renew CFBRAA Membership Here:
http://www.calfarleysboysranchalumni.org/OnlineGiving.aspx


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"The" George Clark

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"The" George Clark

Postby JVizcaino » Fri May 02, 2008 11:26 pm

I haven't heard the name George Clark in over 20 years. Darn I'm old. I remember a young man named George Clark who always had something nice to say and was quite the lady's man. George lived in Bridwell and had the likes of Winston Chandler and George Richards to contend with (meaning you better walk a straight line). I have a nice picture of George in front of the Boys Ranch school bus right before we started a speech and debate tournament. He had on a suit and is wearing a scarf. He also has on a tam. A tam is that gentleman-like hat the Scots wear, and a few NYC cabbies. It's a hat that comes to a flat bill in the front but it's not a baseball cap - it's the sort of hat you might wear if you were on the lookout for lady folk, and George is wearing it. Is this the same George Clark that just posted? Did you come back to roost George? Did you miss your roots? It does my heart good to think another rancher has returned to the fold. It's me Jessie Vizcaino. By all means do tell us what a life in the day of George Clark is like. I'll be waiting.

Jess in San Diego

It's actually been about 24 years chief. Let's hear from you.
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