Women's Club Features Milk Farm DeveloperFeb 09, 2022 12:00AM ● By By Debra Dingman
DIXON, CA (MPG) - Ross Hillesheim and Phil Tagami from California Capital & Investment Group located in Oakland will be welcomed to the Dixon Women’s Improvement Club at their Wednesday, Feb. 16, meeting to share their vision for the development of two Dixon properties, both bordering I-80 (Interstate Highway), that they purchased in the past year. We are looking forward to an interesting presentation regarding what the future holds for Dixon residents.
In addition, Police Chief Robert Thompson will speak to the DWIC members from the Dixon Police Station via Zoom regarding community policing, citizen assistance and reporting crime, along with sharing plans for restarting the Dixon Police Cadet program. Chief Thompson joined Dixon Police Department in 2017, coming from a 15-year-long career with the Federal Bureau of Investigations in Sacramento.
In other news, the annual Scholarship Fundraising Dinner at Bud’s Pub and Grill is on Monday, Feb. 21 from 5 to 8 pm. The tickets are $30 per person and can be purchased at Dixon Florist and Gifts or by calling Loran Hoffmann at (707) 372-7094. Ticket holders can choose from five delicious entrées that are served with a house salad, vegetable, potatoes, bread and a non-alcoholic beverage.
Members are creating and offering Gift Baskets that will be on display at the dinner for those interested in donating to the DWIC Community Grants program. We are so pleased to be able to hold this fun and worthwhile event again and hope everyone will join us.
The February club meeting will be at 12:30 am on Wednesday, Feb. 16, at the Dixon Methodist Church at 209 North Jefferson Street.
Please note we are meeting earlier than our usual 1pm start time. Guests and new members are welcome! Please contact our membership chair, Mary Kay Callaway at (916) 541-0417, to let her know if you would like to attend or have any questions about the club.