Page A2 Clayton Pioneer • www.claytonpioneer.com April 13, 2007 Around Town Easter egg hunt draws nearly 1000 Janice Martling weds Christopher Burgess A pristine redwood grove at Clayton; Kimberly Grunert of Rojas of Vallejo; Robert Camp Mendocino near Fort San Ramon; Erin Johnston of Zolensky of Reno, NV; Bragg was the setting for the Foster City; and Tiffany Diaz of Theodore Tulle of Fairfield; and September 16, 2006 wedding of Everett, Washington. Flower girl Scott Foy of Vacaville. Jason Janice Marie Martling and was Kira Yonelinas of Davis. Rojas of Vallejo was ring bearer. Christopher Michael Burgess. Mark Smith of Oregon, The couple enjoyed a short The bride is the daughter of Jim brother-in-law of the groom, honeymoon in the Mendocino and Sue Martling of Clayton. served as Best Man. area following the wedding. They The groom’s parents are Groomsmen included Dominic make their home in Fairfield. Christine Burgess of Vallejo and Tom Burgess of San Francisco. A reception dinner and dance followed the ceremony at the camp lodge. The bride is a graduate of Clayton Valley High School and UC Davis. She is currently enrolled in graduate school at Chapman University, working toward a degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. She is employed as a Montessori teacher in Davis. Tamara Steiner/Clayton Pioneer The groom is a graduate of Several hundred kids turned out for the annual Easter Egg Hunt and BBQ and to pose Benicia High School in Benicia, for pictures with the Easter Bunny at the Clayton gym on April 1. and attended University of the Pacific in Stockton. He is It was a day for the whole was clean. employed by Auto-Chlor as a family when somewhere near “Sure wish they could pick sales and service representative, 1000 kids and adults turned out up their rooms as fast as they and is a certified EMT and fire- for the Fourth Annual Easter picked up those eggs,” com- fighter with the Suisun volunteer Egg Hunt on Palm Sunday. mented the Easter Bunny from fire department. Sponsored by the Clayton the sidelines. The Reverend Allan Martling YMCA, Clayton Community Several of the eggs con- of Michigan, uncle of the bride, Church, the city of Clayton and tained a “gold” coin and the officiated at the outdoor cere- Wendy Moore of Alain Pinel finders of these could choose a mony. Realty, the event drew nearly prize from a table laden with The bride wore a full-length twice the number that attended toys, stuffed bunnies and gift white satin princess-style gown last year. The Clayton Pioneer’s certificates. with empire waist, embroidered co-publisher Bob Steiner did Meanwhile, BBQ master with flowers and accented with Easter Bunny duty. chef, Eric Moore, was cooking tiny pearls. She carried a cascade The kids lined up at the start- up the 1000 hot dogs it would of colorful fall flowers. ing line on the ball field where take to feed the crowd and the Bridesmaids were attired in 2000 plastic eggs stuffed with Easter Bunny was posing for moss green tea-length dresses candy were hidden in plain sight photographs with the children. with spaghetti straps and empire Event co-chair Wendy Moore gets and the countdown began. “It was really a fun, family a well deserved pat on the back waist. Maid of Honor was for- “Go!” said announcer, Liz day in the sun,” remarked from the Easter Bunny. mer Clayton resident Angela Rookstool and several hundred Wendy Moore, who co-chaired Hanly, now of Auburn. Other youngsters swarmed like locusts. the event with Liz Rookstool of around all afternoon picnicking bridesmaids included sister of Photo courtesy of Sue Martling In less than one minute, the field the YMCA. “People hung and watching the soccer game.” the bride, Jennifer Martling of JANICE MARTLING AND CHRISTOPHER BURGESS (925) 672-8787 www.LynneFrench.com Lynne@LynneFrench.com 6200-E Center St. Clayton, CA 94517 rom the city to the country, F the East Bay Area is a place full of surprises. Just ask longtime resident and local real estate of the local home market, Lynne has guided many East Bay residents to excellent results. She is professional, Lynne French. For backed by a team of skilled profession- her, it provides the ideal setting for als, including her husband, some of her favorite hobbies, Danny, a former general contractor, which include golf, hiking, jogging giving her unique insight into and horseback riding. “I discover every aspect of your home. something new here every day,” When it comes time to buy or Lynne says. “That’s why I take such sell a home in the East Bay area, great pride and joy in helping Lynne French is the ultimate guide. others make the most of their real Her experience, care and energy estate opportunities in the East will make your move a complete Bay Area.” success. Give her a call today and With her straightforward determina- Discover the Possibilities in the tion and in-depth knowledge local real estate market.
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