Mentors and mentees work on scarecrow


Last updated 9/13/2019 at 9:25pm

Jackie Heyneman brings the American Association of University Women mentees up-to-date on the history of Fallbrook's scarecrow project. Some of the completed scarecrows are seen at right.

FALLBROOK – Fallbrook American Association of University Women's mentorship group is participating in the scarecrow project again this year. Several mentees and mentors started building their scarecrow, and they will meet again two or three more times to complete their scarecrow.

During this first workshop, Jackie Heyneman talked about the history of the scarecrow project that she brought to Fallbrook seven years ago and Nancy Heins-Glaser organized the group.

B.J. Lane taught the girls how to make the head. Jean Benson taught the girls how to make the structure. Nine mentees, including Dolores Pascual, Cristina Mejia, Erica Rodas, Laura Guzman, Vanessa Hernandez, Yadira Duran Zuniga, Ashley Guerra Galaviz, Giselle Figueroa and Paulina Gonzalez Diego, and seven mentors, including Kathy Bierbrauer, Lesley Ibaven, Karen Langer Baker, Nancy Heins-Glaser, Barbara Luther, B.J. Lane and Carlene Friesen, participated in the first session of its construction.

After working, everyone enjoyed lunch together at Carl's Jr.

Submitted by Fallbrook American Association of University Women.

Mentees, from left, Erica Rodas, Vanessa Hernandez, Dolores Pascual and Ashley Guerra Galaviz learn from B.J. Lane how to make the head of their scarecrow.


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