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More on Vigorous Financial Involvement of Davis, CA’s Lea and Dave Rosenberg In Re “Foster Youth” and/or “Emancipated Foster Youth in Yolo County” [ TLR Note: 1) Notice creation of whole new non-profit “Davis Odd Fellows Charities, Inc.” 2) Setting aside preliminary suspicion of money laundering through Progress Ranch by , among others, Lea and Dave Rosenberg / machinations in re Barbara Sommer — Treasurer of Progress Ranch / Ex-Foreperson of Yolo County Grand Jury — TLR’s readers must ask themselves whether appropriate for any judge to be heavily involved in fundraising, and especially for judge and spouse to commandeer 4 non-profits for same purpose i.e. fundraising for “foster youth.”]

Through a generous and continuing donation from the family of Triffle P. and Annie G. Ivancovich, we have established a scholarship fund in their names and memory to benefit orphans and young adults who grew up in the foster care system.  Triffle was a long-time, active California Odd Fellow and Annie was a long-time active California Rebekah.  They both understood and took to heart the admonition of Odd Fellowship to “educate the orphan.” In recognition of Triffle and Annie’s goal, their family members have worked with the Davis Odd Fellows Lodge to establish a California Corporation, recognized as a 501 (c) (3) charitable entity (Davis Odd Fellows Charities, Inc.).

Application forms and nomination forms for the 2013 Triffle P. and Annie G. Ivancovich Scholarships are below.  Deadline for submission of applications and nominations for the 2013-14 college/university year is March 1, 2013.  Eligibility is limited to orphans or persons who grew up in the foster care system.  Grade point average minimums are necessary.  Only persons nominated by an Odd Fellow or Rebekah in good standing are eligible.  Full details on eligibility and criteria are contained on the application and the nomination forms.  Decisions regarding who does or does not receive a scholarship are solely within the discretion of the Davis Odd Fellows Charities, Inc. Board of Directors.

Fully completed application and nomination forms must be received by Davis Odd Fellows Charities, Inc. on or before March 1, 2013, to be eligible for consideration.

Mailing address is:

Davis Odd Fellows Charities, Inc.
Attn: Dave Rosenberg
415 Second Street
Davis CA 95616.

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