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About Angwin...
Angwin is a community of about 3000 residents on Howell Mountain. We are in a coastal range of northern California, about 70 mi. north of San Francisco.
The Village ranges from 1600 to 2200 ft. elevation, overlooking the scenic Napa Valley. It is surrounded by vineyards and forests.
Many Angwin residents work for Pacific Union College, a liberal arts college with a national reputation, or the nearby St. Helena Hospital.

The story is in the statistics
A few weeks ago, we introduced viewers to our two new advertisers. But we didn't provide much information about them, so here it is. Just look at these numbers.
Angwin Dental..39 years, 10,000 patients
Dr. Robert Williams pioneered dental service in Angwin. He opened his office here 39 years ago. Since then he has served more then 10,000 patients. Tally those two figures and they spell one word...Experience. And a lot of Angwin people to whom he gave healthier teeth and brighter smiles. The other person on the Angwin team is Dr. Susan Fjarli, who came aboard in 2003, after serving as president of the Multnomah Dental Society and clinical professor at Oregon Health Sciences University. Another cheerful, competent person. Dr. Williams opened a Napa office in 1985, which his son, Dr. Jeff Williams, took over 10 years ago. Building a family tradition.
Advanced Instruments..best of the bunch
Angwin old timers, and some not so old, travel to Napa where Geoffrey Calkins and Elizabeth Gilson listen to our hearing problems and get us listening better. They face challenges and find solutions. In 2010, the independent "Bay Area Consumers' Checkbook" took a survey of 45 hearing aid centers throughout the Bay Area. Advanced Instruments hit the top of the list in six categories. Look at these scores:
Promptness of service
Quality of products
Variety of products
Ease of testing products
Reliability
Overall quality
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100%
What can we exclaim about these two professional offices which have racked up years of service and statistics like these?
Something like "Wow!" comes to mind.
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Recent Articles heading
May 1, 2014

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PUC students raising money for Ethiopian school
There is a wonderful story in how a PUC librarian, Adu Worku, has been raising money to build a school in his hometown village in Ethiopia. A PUC student organization, named Revo, which adopts good causes will be producing a series of events to raise money for Worku's school.
They have scheduled a "Stuff Sale," a concert, and a fashion show on May – on the campus mall. The schedule is:
Stuff Sale: 2-6 pm, Sunday May 4
Concert: On the lawn by the fountain
Fashion Show: At the fountain
The funds raised will buy books for the schoolchildren, furniture, and work on a solar panel.
Angwin residents are urged to attend and contribute generously to this good cause. If you'd like more information about the project, contact Adu at aworku@puc.edu.

Two front-runner candidates
bring their campaigns to Angwin
Next week, Napa County Supervisor Bill Dodd will present his vision for representing Napa County in the California State Assembly. Napa County District Attorney Gary Liberstein, campaigning for re-election, will review his successes in that office.
Both candidates are veterans in the public service and are well-known to most Angwin residents. But they will provide insights in their respective responsibilities.
The public meeting, free to all, will be held Tuesday, May 6.
The time: 7 pm.
The place: the Angwin firehouse.
Come. Become an informed voter.

The Iris Garden is Open
One of the most beautiful local sights is the Napa Country Iris Garden, near Moskowite Corner. Nearly 400 varieties in a beautiful rural setting.
This is about a 45-minute trip (about the time of going to Santa Rosa) through scenic northern California countryside. Go to Pope Valley and turn right. Drive about seven miles to Lower Chiles Valley road at the left. Take that road to where it dead-ends at Route 128. Turn left and follow 128 to Moskowite Corner (amost to where it dead-ends at 121). Just a few feet BEFORE that intersection, however, turn left onto Steele Canyon Road and go a couple of miles to the Garden.
A must go-to.
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