Sunday, June 29, 2008
"AJA "--- CONGRATULATIONS WITH ANOTHER AWARD !!!!!!
Senior Aja Scheuber
earned the Clutch Hitter Award. The designated player batted in the clean-up spot all season and was second on the team with 48 RBI's. Scheuber was one of three Bulldogs to play and start in all 67 games. She led the team with a .402 average with runners in scoring position.
ENJOY ----- FROM GRANDMA FRAN.
Have a safe trip Hansle!
''CONGRATULATIONS BULLDOGS'' WOW YOU DID IT !!!!!!!!!
Bulldogs' day of jubilation
HEIDI HUBER / THE FRESNO BEE
Fresno State third baseman Tommy Mendonca acknowledges a throng of fans as he and his teammates arrive for a celebration and tribute Thursday night at Beiden Field.
The city - no, the Valley - was theirs.
The national champion Fresno State Bulldogs were embraced Thursday night by thousands who lined a parade route and filled Beiden Field to cheer the baseball team bringing the College World Series trophy home from Omaha.
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY JEFF
THINKING OF YOU AS YOU CELEBRATE YOUR BIRTDAY IN SWITZERLAND!
Uncle John, Auntie Marge & Ben
Wednesday, June 25, 2008
Tuesday, June 24, 2008
Fwd: Happy Birthday Uncle Pius
The following poem was written and read by Shelly on Grandpa Scheuber's 90th birthday party in Leo and Marge's back yard.
It all began one spring June day
Bout 60 years ago I' d say
Good news had spread across a community
of Swiss people settled here;
As the odor of cow patties
drifted through the air.
For unto a man they knew as Bill
who'd come from a place on a mountain-sized hill
There was born a beautiful pious child
Brought forth to him by the love of a cherished woman
both meek and mild. by Shelly
Hello to All!
How exciting to open up the Modesto Bee and read Heidi’s wonderful words about the Relay for Life. She did a great job!
Thank you also, for the well wishes for our trip. Mom and Dad arrived yesterday to 80 degree weather and a welcome lunch at Leo and Elsbeth’s. If I get any access to the internet, I’ll be sure and keep our Scheuber News updated!
Lots of love,
Monday, June 23, 2008
Fwd: Anniversary Pictures????
Anxiously waiting for the anniversary pictures Geoff!! ole
Have a great time in Switzerland all you lucky Ernest Scheubers-- kids and grandkids!!
We will be thinking of you with envy. John and Marge
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Grandma Marge missed this picture on the modesto bee website
Five year old Riley Scheuber of Hughson and Sydney Pefferman 7 of Rocklin at back participate Sunday morning (06-22-08) in the American Cancer Society's 24-hour Relay For Life event at Johansen High School in Modesto. Modesto Bee/ Joan Barnett Le
Here is Sydney ringing the bell. Riley and her took turns around the track. Grandma Marge missed this earlier on the modesto bee website.
Sorry for not using spell check in the Relay post!!! Ole is getting ole!
Walking Toward Cure
Walking Toward Cure- Modesto Relay For Life raises $409,000 to fight cancer. These were the headlines for the Modesto Bee on Sunday June 23. A Bee reporter took a picture of Sydney and Riley as they walked the final lap on Sunday. (Riley agressively ringing a Swiss bell almost as big as her) They did not use that adorable shot (Grandma talking) but they did put in quotes from Heidi as she and Ted walked the last lap:
Heidi and Ted Pefferman of Rocklin, northeast of Sacramento, held hands as they completed their final laps around the track Sunday morning. The couple, their daughters and other family members have participated in the relay for seven years.
" My sister Shelly passed away seven years ago and that's when we started our team" said Heidi, a former Modestan who has family in the area. "We do this to honor Shelly, to remember who she was and to help raise money to find a cure."
Of course our team honors many others(survivors and lost ones) and the list grows every year. At the present time our honorary chart that is posted at our site now lists 52 people. We are happy to hear from Maryanna that Kim W. is progressing in her batgtle against her cancer. She is an example of the research dollars doing it's work towards a cure.
Our team (sparse this year without the LAS"s clan) spent the day in the sweltering heat & unexpected, but welcoming shower of rain. Marge (me) was surprised & grateful that we were located between two school district's teams. (Hughson and Salida) She had taught with teachers from both districts so it made a fun day for her. While Sandi, Ben and I visited the Empire School District's booth we were amazed that Ben introduced himself to them and said, Some of you may have remembered my mom who taught in this district. Of course they did and had put a (new to us)school picture of Shelly on the nighttime slide show presentation.
Lunch was great as usual since Uncle Bill arrived with that great macaroni and Auntie Fran's tasty cookies. Cousin John D.had to leave to waterdown his newly built swimming pool, but returned so as not to miss the macaroni.
We had a nice visit from Jeff C. as he ventured from Grimbleby/Coleman
Our site always attracts many walkers as they stop to admire the Swiss bells and read our honary chart. Charlotte Egli and a church friend of hers from Hughson stopped by. It was Charlotte's first time attending this event. She found out recently that her oldest daughter has breast cancer. Early detection is in her favor. She said that her mother, 102 year old Swiss friend of the Grandpa Bill & Grandma Bertha can't believe the diagnosis for no one in her family ever had cancer. Shows that many do not know that environmental factors enter into the picture.
Sandi and Sarah signed up for a cancer research program. They both came back from the sign-up site with a cotton bandaid on their arm where they had to give blood to begin their committment. Now this is two research programs for Sandi this year.
Many thanks to all who helped in our event with time, money and participation.
Another great year for Modesto Relay for Life.
Saturday, June 21, 2008
Swissriegel, Hey it looks like he is Italian according to this article. Probably from the Italian part of Switzerland. What a great combination that is: Italian and Swiss, like you!
ROUND 1 (No. 19, from CBJ):
Prior Team: Lethbridge Hurricanes (WHL)
Born: Jan. 30, 1990
The Flyers' selection of Italian-born defenseman Luca Sbisa continued the trend of blue-liners chosen in this year's draft. Ten of the first 20 picks were defensemen, and Sbisa is a good one. Methodic and poised when in possession of the puck, the Oberageri, Switzerland native is said to be one of the smartest players in the pool, and rarely commits turnovers. He not only supports the rush, but also joins it as he's quoted as saying any drill involving shooting is his favorite.
First-round pick Luca Sbisa puts on a Flyers' jersey.
FROM THE BEST MAN !!!!!!!!!
HI LEO AND MARGE--------- WISHING YOU A WONDERFUL, HAPPY "BIG TIME ANNIVERSARY" WITH YOUR CHILDREN.
WITH LOVE----- THE BEST MAN (BILL) AND FRAN.
HI ERIN ELIZABETH---- HAPPY 17TH BIRTHDAY
FROM GREAT UNCLE BILL & GREAT AUNTIE FRAN.
Anniversary Wishes, Odd Request Follow-up!
A wonderful and happy 50 year celebration to Uncle Leo, Auntie Marge and the whole LA Scheuber bunch!! We hope you enjoy your time in Yosemite. We’re on countdown to our own 50th …. only 23½ years to go!!
With regard to Bill’s “odd request”, I copied your message and am bringing it with me. I’ll see what I can do to get you some hockey tickets!
Lots of love,
Happy 50th Anniversary Grandma Margaret and Grandpa Leo!
Happy 17th Birthday Erin Elizabeth!
Happy first day of Summer!
Long Beach Scheubs
See Scheubers @ Relay!
Good Luck to the Scheubers for Life
team today at Johansen High School! If I were going to swing by and visit I'd target lunch time, ya never know who might show up with Magronas!
Happy Golden Anniversary to Leo & Marge!!!! My how those years have flown by! John always remembers how he milked the cows so that his mom and dad could be there at the blessed event in Sonora. When he finished he picked me up and we got there as Leo and Marge were coming out of the church and already married. What a handsome couple they made! Wishing them and all of their family a wonderful time in Yosemite to celebrate 50 wonderful years of marriage!!!!
Friday, June 20, 2008
ODD REQUEST FROM COUSIN BILL
Hey all Scheubers headed to Switzerland. One of my favorite hockey teams, the Philadelphia Flyers, just today drafted a ice hockey player from Switzerland, Luca Sbisa. He is from Oberageri Switzerland just 36 miles north of Stans so maybe he is related to us. If so try and score some hockey tickets for me. What the hell, it is a small country and we are probably related to at least 10 % of the population over there and since he is only the fourth Swiss player to ever play in the National Hockey League I will volunteer to be president of his fan club.
Swissriegel (Cousin Bill)
SWITZERLAND ------ HERE THEY COME !!!!!!
HI LORI, THANK YOU FOR THE UPDATE------ MAY YOU ALL HAVE A SAFE AND WONDERFUL TRIP.TAKE CARE AND GOD BLESS.
UNCLE BILL & AUNTIE FRAN.
Hello to All,
Well the time is quickly approaching for us to travel to Switzerland! Mom and Dad leave Sunday, followed by Jeff and I and the kids on Tuesday. Finally, Mark and Karyn and their family join up with us on July 4th. Needless to say, we are all looking forward to a wonderful trip visiting a beautiful country, seeing relatives and enjoying our time together as a family.
Leo and Elsbeth are organizing a Scheuber/Kaiser party on Sunday, July 6th so that will be a great opportunity to share in some good Swiss company, food, music and fun!! Martin is hoping he’ll get to try out an alp horn!
Keep us in your prayers that we enjoy a safe and wonderful time together!
Lots of love,
P.S. We’ll also have an opportunity to travel to Holland where we’ll visit Jeff’s mother’s homeland, his aunt and cousins. It’ll truly be a “heritage” trip for us!
The Sister Study
This past year Sandi has been involved in this Sister Study which is a research program to study the environmental factors involved with breast cancer. It involves many questionaires to be filled out and phone conversations with leaders of the program. Sandi has to get answers from sources such as: Shelly's medical records, mom's memory of childhood experiences, (foods, places lived ) places of employment etc. It is quite extensive. Thanks Sandi for taking the time to be involved in this worthwhile project. mom
Thursday, June 19, 2008
BOY ARE WE LOOKING FORWARD TO UNKLE BILLY'S AELPLER MACRONI TO BE SERVED AT THE RELAY FOR LIFE ON SATURDAY! YUM!YUM! SCHEUBER RELAY FOR LIFE TEAM
Relay for Life
An Amazing Line Up at Your Relay For Life
An Amazing Line Up at Your Relay For Life
Make plans this June 21,2008 to give Cancer a good kick in the pants at The American Cancer Society's Relay for Life in Modesto. This years Artist line-up will be nothing more then Spectacular.
Opening Ceremony 9:00AM
Music and Entertainment begins at 9:30AM
The Quake DJ with a variety of music for all. Games and Activities!
*Hogin's Hero's, 12:00PM to 12:45PM
*The Quake DJ, 1:00PM to 1:45PM with Family Fun Events/Music of all kinds!
*Aaron Durr, 2:00PM to 2:45PM
*The Quake DJ, 3:00PM to 3:45PM Variety of Music/Events
*Niki Leigh, 4 Piece Band 4:00PM to 4:45PM
*Peech, Megan Osborn, 5:00PM to 5:45PM
*The Quake DJ, 5:45PM to 6:15PM Variety Music/Events
*Remedy, 6:15PM to 7:00PM
*Not 4 Nothin, 7:15PM to 8:00PM
8:15-8:30PM Luminary Ceremony Starts.
Please come out and join us, if you have never been to one of our Relays, its an experience you won't forget. For more information on our Relay for Life contact our event Chair Kathy Robey at email@example.com
For information on performing at our Realy for Life or any other in our surrounding Communities contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you all for your support
ACS Modesto's Relay For Life
Efren J Martinez
Wednesday, June 18, 2008
Sandi was home this past weekend while we were taking care of Haley, Sydney, and Callie while mom and dad were in Vegas. We tried this quick fondue. So simple to make and so tasty. Can be found in the grocery store. Auntie Marge
Happy Anniversary to Bryan and Tammy
From Auntie Marge and Uncle John
Friday, June 13, 2008
JUNE 15, 2008 !!!!!!!
Wednesday, June 11, 2008
FLAG DAY---- JUNE 14, 2008 !!!!
Friday, June 06, 2008
Happy Belated Brithday Geoff ! (one day late) Congratulations to your girls for their great accomplishments this school year! ole
''ERIN AND LAUREN''
HI L.B.SCHEUBER'S ------ (CONGRATULATIONS, ERIN & LAUREN) YOU DID SOOOO GOOD.
ENJOY YOUR SUMMER VACATION.!!!!!!
GREAT UNCLE BILL & GREAT AUNTIE FRAN
Big week down here at school year end....Lauren picked up a President's Award for outstanding two year achievement at her Middle School, and Erin was awarded Outstanding Junior / Overall GPA at her High School.
Proud Papa Geoff
Sunday, June 01, 2008
HAPPY BIRTHDAY AJA !!!!!!
HI AJA , HAVE A WONDERFUL 22ND. BIRTHDAY.
LOVE YA, GRANDMA AND GRANDPA.