"My concept is to bring the area's history and heritage to life," Huether said. "I knew Bill Hockins pretty well, and we shared an appreciation for the town's past, which he captured on film, and optimism about its future."
The calendar photographs capture Danville when it was a rural outpost up through its growth in the 1960s and 1970s. There are historic images of town events including a 1950s bathing beauties contest, the July 4 parade, a downtown snowstorm in 1976, and the first holiday lighting of the Old Oak Tree.
"My home and my business are in Danville, I love the community, and I am pleased to give back a little bit in this way," said Huether.
Calendars are available at the agency offices, 319 Diablo Road, Suite 100, in Danville. The agency is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. Those interested can call 820-8432, ext. 10, to make sure a copy is waiting for them at the reception desk. Supply is limited to the 2,500 copies printed.
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