This year's Udaleku was hosted by the San Francisco Basque Cultural Center, and it was a great success thanks to the people noted below, without whom there is no Udaleku since most all of it is based on volunteer efforts.
Related link: GureUdaleku.blogspot.com
Udaleku 2011 participants: combined
|UDALEKU INSTRUCTORS: Valerie Arrechea, Lisa Etchepare, Axier Camino, Anne Marie Chiramberro, Abarne Garmendia, Jacqueline Gaton, David Navailles & Gabri Urtasun.||UDALEKU AIDES: Joelle Ourtiague, Jesse Kvarna, J.J. Indaburu, Daniel Gaton, Andrew Goyhenetche, Montse San Mames, Matt Etcheverry (Fosse), Elise Etcheverry, Kiki Etcheverry, Cedric Duhalde & Amaia Etcheverry|
the families who opened their homes
to our visiting campers:
Cathleen & Philippe Acheritoqaray
Germaine & Robert Alfaro
Anita & Andre Arduain
Valerie & Daniel Arrechea
Lisa & Francois Camou
Caroline & Jean Luc Chiramberro
Christine & Robert Chiramberro
Maitexa & Remi Cuburu
Isabelle & Jean Michel Duhalde
Aline & Philip Elicagaray
Dolly & Tony Espinal
Yvette & Bob Etchepare
Suzie & Dan Etcheverry
Bernadette & Joe Hurley
Rosemary & Fred Larraburu
Yukiko & Michael Meadows
Joe & Aline Moulia
Maite & Jean Leon Ocafrain
Michelle & Dan Ourtiague
Mayie & Jean Sorhouet
Basque Cultural Center for the use
of their facilities.
To the kitchen & staff at the BCC for our meals and their patience
To Michelle Ourtiague for organizing breakfast and snacks.
To Juan and Rose San Mames for a delicious palella dinner.
To Carina Barajas (Salt Lake City, UT) for her Udaleku logo.
To Yvonne Goyhenetche for her help with Basque pottery.
To those volunteers who came and helped serve meals.
Slightly modified (by a LA Dodger fan webmaster) Udaleku 2011 motto:
Recreation: bowling action!
Basque Arts: ceramic tiles
NABO President & Udaleku director Valerie Arrechea
Deep Basque thinkers
New favorite addition this year: "Joko
Final show & proud parent moment