June 18, 2013

A must-do - - See Cameo Threatre screening of Napa Valley Dreams documentary
A good number of Angwinites will turn up in St. Helena within the next few days to see Rodney Vance's "Napa Valley Dreams."
They will not be disappointed. This is a work of art, straight from the heart.
Rod is the former teacher of motion picture production at Pacific Union College, but now at LaSierra College. He produced this documentary while working here, and it truly captures the enchantment we all feel about this scenic county.
"Napa Valley Dreams" will be shown for just a few days, this week. The 41-minute showings are scheduled between 10 a. m. and 1 p. m. on June 19 through June 22 (Wednesday through Saturday.)

New Pastor for PUC Church
Pastor Mark Witas
A State of Washington minister with 28 years experience is coming to Angwin to serve as lead pastor of the Pacific Union College Church.
Mark Witas has been pastor of the North Cascade SDA Church in Burlington, WA, 80 miles north of Seattle. He comes with a background that includes being a college chaplain, a popular guest speaker, and author of three books. He comes from a church with a membership of 640 on the books, about 420 attending.
Pastor Witas' wife, Wendy, is a musician, who composes, sings and plays a number of instruments. She holds an MA in education.
Their 16-year-old son, Cole, will be a sophomore at PUC Prep. Witas' father, 80, will be coming, also, to provide a three-generation dimension to the household.
Witas spoke as a guest of a college Colloquy a few weeks ago. Picture at right.