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PALO SECO CREDIT UNIOIN
CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY LIMITED
67th ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Notice is hereby given that the 67th ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
of the Palo Seco Credit Union Co-operative Society Ltd will be held on
Wednesday 20th April, 2016 at the Palo Seco Credit Union's Auditori-
um, 856-858 Siparia Erin Road, Los Bajos from 4.30 p.m.
a. Board of Directors Report
b. Credit Committee Report
c. Super visory Report
d. Education Report
e. Treasurer's report
Registration begins at 3.00 and ceases at 7.00 pm.
Board of Directors
AUGUSTA---The last time Vaughn Tay-
lor was at Augusta National he needed
a ticket to get through the gates.
With his career in shambles, he had
just about given up on the idea of returning
to the Masters as a player.
So, he attended with his young son.
"We thought it would be cool to bring
him out," Taylor said Monday, remem-
bering how his family was at last year s
tournament as fans. "I wanted to wait
until I got back in the tournament." But,
he quickly added, "I wasn t sure if I was
going to make it back."
Indeed, no one saw this coming.
Not even Taylor, if you want to get right
down to it.
His son---now 2-year-old Locklyn---will
be able to watch his dad on the other side
of the ropes this week, setting up perhaps
the most compelling story outside of the
guy who dons the green jacket.
If that winds up being Taylor, it certainly
wouldn t be any more improbable than
the journey that brought the 40-year-old
to this point.
Slogging away in golf s minor leagues
and with a humongous number in front
of his name, Taylor got into Pebble Beach
as an alternate based on his status as a
past winner on the PGA Tour, albeit more
than a decade ago. Then, somehow, he
put together four of the greatest rounds
of his life to win the tournament, edging
out Phil Mickelson.
Just like that, Taylor went from 447th
in the world rankings to a spot into the
Played in the city where he grew up,
No one would ve bought this script.
"It just tells me, never give up," Taylor
said. "Always believe, always believe in
yourself, no matter what your game feels
like or where you re playing or what s
going on. You ve got to always have that
belief that this will be your week and
things will turn around, and it actually
happened. It was pretty amazing."
Even more so when you consider where
he was just a week before Pebble Beach.
Playing in a Web.com Tour event in
Bogota, Colombia---and with conditional
status, at that---Taylor came down with a
stomach virus. He played a few holes in
the opening round before play was halted
As his conditioned worsened that night,
he wasn t sure he could go on.
"I was just lying in bed praying for it
to stop," Taylor recalled.
He now has a two-year exemption on the
PGA Tour, a major bit of job security. But
since Pebble Beach, Taylor has missed four
straight cuts, some of his old problems crop-
ping up again.
He has played the Masters three times,
the last in 2008. Taylor missed the cut twice,
but also sandwiched in a tie for 10th during
the frigid 2007 tournament---by far his best
finish in any major championship.
That gives him a glimmer of hope heading
into the week, if he can keep his emotions
"Still a little jittery, but it s good," Taylor
said. "I m having fun and, you know, just
really, really appreciate being back."
Certainly more this time than he did
"When you re younger, you expect to play
well and you kind of take things for granted,"
Taylor said. "I kind of thought I would be
in every year, but that was just being kind
of young and dumb. This time around, it s
much more special. I m really just going to
take it in and enjoy the experience."
FILE: In this February 14, file photo, Vaughn Taylor, centre,
smiles after winning the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am
golf tournament as he stands with his two-year-old son,
Locklyn, and wife Leot, in Pebble Beach, Calif. Just like that,
Taylor went from 447th in the world rankings to a spot in the
Masters. AP PHOTO
Taylor back at Augusta
with new appreciation
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