The East Bay Municipal Utility District will be
Discussed at the November 16th Dinner Meeting

The most critical need for everyone in California is water! Most of the time, it is in very short supply across the state, but sometimes it does not just rain but it pours and pours and pours. Then California and even the San Ramon Valley can flood. When a dependable supply of water is easily available people here enjoy the good life. So, the question is how did water actually arrive in our usually dry San Ramon Valley? Kathryn Horn will share that account for the historical society on Thursday, November 16, 2017 with her presentation "Its Name is MUD: The Story of Water in the East Bay". She knows her tale well since she is EBMUD's Community Affairs Representative. Join us and be grateful we have access to good clean water.

The San Ramon Valley Historical Society will meet on Thursday, November 16, 2017 in the party room of the Black Bear Diner. We will gather at 6:30 pm, begin dinner at 7 pm, and then enjoy our speaker!

The Black Bear Dinner is located adjacent to the Best Western Motel in Danville at I-680 and Camino Ramon (Use the Sycamore Valley Road exit from I-680). The dinner cost is $23.00 per person. Dessert is extra on your tab.