'Gala at Mansion' aids library

During the "Gala at the Mansion" held Saturday, June 4, J.D. Gattermeir admires a flour sack from his grandfather's mill in California. The flour sack is part of the collection of Rick and Pam Green which are used to decorate their 1898 mansion.

During the "Gala at the Mansion" held Saturday, June 4, J.D. Gattermeir admires a flour sack from his grandfather's mill in California. The flour sack is part of the collection of Rick and Pam Green which are used to decorate their 1898 mansion. Photo by David Wilson.

Saturday, June 4, was one of California's major social events of the year with the "Gala at the Mansion" charitable event hosted by Pam and Rich Green.

The restored 1898 Eitzen Mansion, carriage house and square block of grounds covered with manicured lawns and neatly trimmed shrubs and trees serve as an elegant background for any event. Add an hors d'oeuvres buffet, DJ Shane Baumhoer featuring music from 40s up to the 80s, dancing, socializing and an open house, it becomes an event which draws attendance of local and area residents as well as former residents to the city.

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Wood Place Public Library Director Connie Walker and husband Steve enjoy the "Gala at the Mansion."

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Many came out for the "Gala at the Mansion," held Saturday, June 4.

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Many came out for the "Gala at the Mansion," held Saturday, June 4.

For more of this story check out the June 8 issue of the California Democrat.

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