• All City Centennial Celebration at Lacy Park


    by Mitch Lehman

    It’s doubtful that George Patton, Sr. had any way to predict what will take place this Saturday in Lacy Park (which was a lake at the time) when he hosted the first city council meeting in the kitchen of his home that still stands on a street that now bears his family name.

    The community is invited to toast San Marino’s first one hundred years this Saturday, April 27 from 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. in Lacy Park at an event that includes just about everything the city has to offer.

    Here is the schedule of events for Saturday:

    11:15 am
    Introductions/Welcomes

    11:30 am
    Entertainment                                          

    SMHS Varsity Yell

    SMHS Varsity Song

    SMHS Dance Company

    SMHS Comedy Sportz

    SMHS Drum Line

    SMHS Speech and Debate Team

    SMHS Cast of Hairspray

    SMHS Jazz Band

    SMHS Winter Guard

     

    1pm
    All City Centennial Panoramic Portrait

    1:30pm
    Martial Arts Demonstration by Shao-Lin Kung Fu Yuan

    1:45pm
    Community Games

    2pm
    Happy 100th Birthday San Marino
    Song and Cake

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