On Sunday, April 9, 2017, the Linda Mae Mahon Lema Foundation held a Spring Mixer at the beautiful Hanford Ranch Winery, which is located east of Galt. The occasion of the Spring Mixer was for the formal presentation of the many History Week Resolutions adopted by organizations across the community, which declared the last week of September the Greater Elk Grove History Week. Representatives from Sacramento County, the City of Elk Grove, the Elk Grove Cosumnes Cemetery District, the Cosumnes Community Services District, the Elk Grove Unified School District, the Elk Grove Historical Society, the Sacramento River Delta Historical Society, the Wilton History Group, the LMML Foundation, and the Sacramento County Farm Bureau were on hand for the presentations of History Week Resolutions and to begin planning for activities to be held during history week.
In addition to the presentation of History Week Resolutions, a short play reading and musical performances gave guests a preview of what's to come in the full performance at the LMML Foundation Dinner on September 30, 2017. Light refreshments were provided and there was a no-host wine bar which featured a fine selection of Hanford Ranch wines. Hanford Ranch Winery has become one of the LMML Foundation’s biggest advocates and supporters. The Winery is located at 13200 Loll Road, Galt, CA 95632 and can be reached at 916-812-5399. The essence and ambience of the event were perfectly captured in the photos created by Sweet Jojo Photography, which is located at 45 Dillon Ave, Campbell, CA 95008 and can be reached at 408-607-7017. See some of these photos below: