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The Lompoc Vision

“Good News You Can Use.”

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You can now pick up The Lompoc Vision at the locations shown below. In addition,

you can also pick up at Inklings, Alphie’s Fish & Chips & The Mission :Hills Market.

The Vandenberg BX, Vandenberg Commissary, The UPS Store, The Lompoc Chamber

of Commerce

A FEW OF THE SPOTS YOU CAN PICK UP THE VISION

LOMPOC VALLEY DISTANCE CLUB CANCELS PARADE ROUTE RUN

S

ince 1979 the Lompoc Valley Distance Club (LVDC) mem-

bers orchestrated a Fun Run & Walk on the Flower Festival

Parade Route. The distance of the course has changed over

the years due to parade route start areas & safety issues. Since

2008 the event directors, Lee & Wayne Davis, have continued to

donate all entry fees which has totaled over $7,500 to the Cystic

Fibrosis (CF) Foundation in Mallory Holloway’s name. She is

turning 15 years old this June and started CF treatments at 2 years

old. She has qualified for State for 2 years and is running with the

Elite Delaware Girl Team and in addition is a two year varsity

High School track star. She has achieved a title of 2nd place

among the 14-year-old division fastest runners in Delaware.

Due to COVID-19 issues the June 27, 2020 the Flower Festival

Association has cancelled the annual parade and festival which

by Larry Huyck

caused the Parade Route Run

– the longest LVDC Run/

Walk event - to not be held

this year.

However, you can still

make a donation to the Cystic

Fibrosis Foundation this year

by sending it to the LVDC ad-

dress at P.O. Box 694, Lom-

poc CA 93438. Make your

check out to LVDC and on

the memo line indicate CF.

Meet Mallory Holloway by

going to the following URL:

https://www.delawareonline

.

com and then searching for

Mallory Holloway. There is

a video and a written article

on Mallory.

The Lompoc Valley

Distane Club thanks all of

the community members

who have participated in the

event in the past. We plan on

bringing it back in 2021 as

long as the Flower Festival

is held.

R

ecently the California Continuation Education Association (CCEA), State

Award Committee announced their annual awards for 2020. Maple High School

staff received three (3) of the highest honors. April Martin, Administrative As-

sistant at Maple was chosen as the Classified Employee of the Year. Rebecca Ingrahm,

CTE Teacher at MHS, was selected as Teacher of the Year and Principal Katy Wallace

earned CCEA’s Administrator of the Year.

The CCEA State Award Committee will recognize the award winners in October

at their annual conference. “Maple High continues to showcase the great opportuni-

ties a continuation high school can provide for students who need a non-traditional

approach to learning. We have seen how hard all three of the award winners work to

provide the best experience for students possible. It makes us proud when others also

recognize their dedication,” said Superintendent Trevor McDonald. Maple High was

also honored as a CA Model Continuation High School by the California Department

of Education in 2019.

MAPLE HIGH SCHOOL SWEEPS

ANNUAL AWARDS