PANCAKE CIRCUS WINNER A HUGE Thank You to every one who came to make this a wonderful event! P2 Rancho Cordova, you have the honor of getting together once again to dine at AS THE DRUM TURNS Cattleman’s with Ted and Patti! June 2007 GUYS GONE FISHING President’s message… A few nice fish & plenty of good fun! On June 3rd… THE PANCAKE CIRCUS came and (Picture Below, Left to Right) went from the Placer Fairgrounds! There were balloon artists, decorations, clowns, DJ, bounce houses, and Mark Clay, Terry Regan, Shawn Delaney, James pony rides. There was thick sliced bacon, sausage, eggs, Yendes, Bill Redden, Mike Robbins, Ted Henley, pancakes, fresh strawberries, blue berries, blackberries, Jonathan Gorbet, Tim Jones, Rowdy Cordero, Greg whipped cream and Starbucks coffee! Adame, Joey Russi, Jerry Gish, and Rick Fernandes Congratulations… we served pancakes to 217 people, we raised $9,131.72, and best of all 5 families showed an interest in foster parenting and/or adoption. I am really proud of what we accomplished! You are a great team to work with – just a bunch of go getters! This was a great time to celebrate with our family and friends. We are blessed to have had the opportunity to share this day! The Big Winners… The big halibut was caught by Greg Adame at 23 lbs 6 ounces, and a very close second place fish measured in at 23 lbs 1 ounce caught by Bill Redden! The Business of BUSINESS! they founded the company. Good service is the companies guiding principle. These two words Everyone has been pulling their weight and this has help each of us find and keep our direction for been a good season for concrete. The sales staff success! continues to produce a good number of new accounts and recently we have landed returning Thank you for your past accomplishments and the customers which does please us to no end. future, “atta boys” you will receive! We are a great TEAM, one to be respected and admired. I ask that you continue to keep on your game. T - together Making sure that your loads are delivered properly; including slump, fiber, expansion, and cures. Make E - everyone sure that you are following a good routine that A - achieves ensures we will avoid damages. Our costs are up and it is so imperative that daily we do everything M – more we can to maximize our efficiencies by being deliberate in our deliveries and by handling ourselves professionally. “Good service,” is a commodity that our customers are relying on, we continue to get calls regarding your good performance. Igor Mudrik and wife Nelya ~ baby girl May 17th This is the time of year that we can add to our Tracie Shoffner is in labor with her baby boy Tyler as we retained earnings, this in turn will allow us to make write this! June 26th the necessary repairs and maintenance that will be required in the slower months, dare I say the “rainy season.” Position Open In LCS: Dispatch Department So, “cowboy up,” and we will make the best we can Shipper/Customer Service by giving the best we can! Call James or Sue for details! This is our mission statement and the values, written by our family almost 2 decades ago! Since 1946 Livingston's Concrete Service has been Share A Story Book Drive ~ Grand Total: a family owned and operated supplier of ready mix concrete and associated materials to the 80,586 books were donated to schools & organizations in need. Thank you, for your generosity and support! commercial, retail and government markets in the Greater Sacramento Area. We intend to ensure our long term profitability, uphold our "Good Service" policy and maintain our market position through the development of qualified personnel, continued responsiveness to our customer's needs, creative marketing and the use of innovative technology. We are dedicated to achieving our company objectives through community involvement, and by the commitment to excellence of each individual in our organization. The “good service,” portion of our mission statement was introduced by our parents when Learn and practice basic lifesaving techniques, including First Aid and CPR. Insist that anyone who cares for your children learn CPR. Keep poolside rescue equipment and a cordless, water resistant telephone close to the pool area. Post emergency numbers and CPR instructions near BBQ Contest Winner: P2 Donated 1,363 books the pool area. Mmmmmm…. Tri-tip and Fried Onion Rings!!! Teach children that drains, grates and filters are not toys. Never stick fingers or toes in these openings and stay away from suction devices. Always remove toys from the pool area when not in use. SAFETY CORNER Post safety rules in a highly visible location. Make sure children are familiar with the rules. Keep spas and hot tubs covered and locked when not POOL SAFETY in use. Completely remove pool and spa covers prior to swimming. Install four-sided fencing with self-locking and self- Stay out of the pool during severe weather and closing gates. Fencing should completely isolate the thunderstorms, especially if lightning is forecast or pool from the home and be at least five feet high. present. Always keep gates closed and latched. Never prop a If a child is missing, check the pool area first. gate open or disable the lock. Always practice constant, adult supervision around any body of water, including pools and spas. Never leave your child alone or in the care of another child. When hosting a pool party, assign specific adults to keep an eye on the pool at all times. Enroll non-swimmers in swimming lessons taught by a qualified instructor. Remember that regardless of age or skill level, no one is “drown proof.” Children should always be supervised by an adult while they are swimming. Don’t Forget – Never swim alone. Even adults should swim with a buddy. Drink Water & Wear Your Sun Block! THINK SAFETY FIRST!