Thank you for the information. I would very much like to call Harry Kabakoff and I will try to reach Don Fraser or Don Chargin for his phone number this coming week. I have both of their phone numbers.
It has been a busy week. Barbara and I were in the city of Riverside yesterday for an all day and evening event. We were invited guests of Ricardo Flores who is a Boxing Hall of Fame member and a participant in the Celebrity Golf Tournament. He was on my golf team this year. Ricardo and his lovely wife, Petra , were honoring their daughter, Yvonne, who turned 15 years old with a traditional Mexican birthday celebration--a "Quinceanera".
In the afternoon many relatives and friends gathered for a special mass and dedication at St. Anthony's Church. The birthday girl looked beautiful in her long white dress and her many attendants were so colorful in their long dresses. There were also many young men in formal attire. Mando Muniz was the godfather. The ceremony was very special. From there we all drove to the historical downtown area of Riverside where the dinner and celebration took place at the old Center of Performing Arts building. And what a celebration it was. We had a great time with the people at our table which included Mando and his wife, Yolanda. We were introduced to so many other people, family members and friends, throughout the evening. It was nice to see so many young people participating in the celebration. The teens even put on a dance show. The party ended with dancing to a live band and a few numbers were traditional Mexican cumbias. Maybe some of you readers will identify with that music. And of course, after that, the youth took over the dance floor and a few of the older generation tried to keep up. This was actually the first "Quinceanera" I had ever been to. It was a very touching experience.