The Valley’s Domenigoni family honored by the Exchange Club of Hemet-San Jacinto

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Four smiling generations of the Domenigoni family are honored with the Exchange Club of Hemet-San Jacinto’s Book of Golden Deeds and Valley-Wide Recreation and Park District awards at a dinner honoring them for years of community service. Valley News/Tony Ault photo
Five generations of the Domenigoni family were honored as southwest Riverside County’s most selfless volunteers by the Exchange Club of Hemet-San Jacinto Valley’s annual Book of Golden Deeds award Thursday, Dec. 2. The event was held at the Soboba Resort and Casino’s Palm Room that included a holiday dinner and award presentations by the Exchange Club, the city of Hemet and Valley-Wide Recreation and Park District. Accepting the Book of Golden Deeds award for the family was Andy Domenigoni, the patriarch of the farming and cattle ranching family. Cindy Domenigoni was called to the podium to recite a history of her family from their beginnings on a ranch off Winchester and Garboni roads that connect the cities of Hemet, San Jacinto, Menifee, Murrieta and Temecula. Their working
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