February 15, 2018 by Cletus Nelson
Several years ago, I was flying to Washington, DC from San Francisco for a few days of meetings.
by Liz Wildberger
The invitation read “School is starting soon. Bring a baked product to the Passionate Bakers meeting that you found in your lunch bag or box when you were a child.”
by Bob Isherwood
If you visit the wall of Remembrance at Paradise Valley Estates you’ll likely recognize picture 21, one of the most iconic images of World War II.
by Julie Turner
Just outside the gates of Paradise Valley Estates lies the Paradise Valley Golf Course, a pristine 18-hole municipal golf course that’s open to golfers of all abilities.
by Walt McDaniel
In 1961 while stationed at Langley Air Force Base, Virginia, a Chinese Air Force officer was stationed at our office for a year.
by Lucille Whiting
December 7, 1941, was declared a “Day of Infamy,” and for my chums and me, it was a day of emotional contrasts.
by Bruce Bartels
On September 15, resident Bill Tschudy spoke to a full house in Rawlinson Hall about his seven-and-a-half years as a POW in North Vietnam.
by Fred Montonye
In 1971–72, Joan had a sabbatical from her community college teaching position so we planned to visit about twenty countries in Europe.
After long discussions and negotiations, the NorthBay Clinic at Paradise Valley Estates is a reality.
by Georgia DeBarr
If you missed the latest production by the Paradise Players in October, you missed stellar performances by the 21 talented members who took their roles to the max!