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Coarsegold Cougar Classic Golf At Sierra Meadows

AHWAHNEE – The PTA and kids of Coarsegold Elementary School invite duffers and others in the community to participate in the 5th Annual Cougar Classic Benefit Golf Tournament and dinner, on Saturday, Mar. 29, at Sierra Meadows Country Club. The tournament begins with a bang: “shotgun” start at 10 a.m. The entry fee is $75 per player with dinner included.

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Aqua Massage At Upstairs Downtown Salon

OAKHURST – If you haven’t tried the Aqua Massage, aka “non-invasive water massage,” now located in a private room at Upstairs Downtown Salon, someone’s got a treat coming. Lying face down as soothing warm water pulses back and forth across tired muscles, time slips away, taking you from stressed-out to blissed-out in minutes, and you never get wet, never even ...

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Alaska And Back On A BMW 1600

OAKHURST – Many fantasize about riding a motorcycle across the great North American Continent but few actually get to do it. Branches Books and Gifts invites the community to an appearance and book signing on Friday, Mar. 21 at 6 p.m., by author Bill Schoettler, who penned “Alaska and Back on a BMW 1600.” It’s the story of two unlikely ...

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YHS Swim Beats In Tri Meet

OAKHURST – Yosemite High School (YHS) Varsity swim coach Brandon Brokaw released the results of the three-school tri-meet competition held on Tuesday, Mar. 18, at Hoover High School with Sierra. “This was a really good meet for our boys,” said Coach Brokaw. “They had some good competition from Hoover but we were able to pull it out in the end ...

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From China To Yosemite High

OAKHURST – “I am Travis Ma. My real name is Xiao Ma. But just forget about that. I know you guys cannot pronounce it. I am an exchange student from China. I am a junior in Yosemite High School now.” Yosemite High School is currently working with schools in China to create opportunities for students to come to the United ...

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Yosemite High Swim VS Madera

OAKHURST – Yosemite High School (YHS) Junior Varsity and Varsity swimmers and divers hosted Madera on Tuesday, Mar. 11, in a pre-season scrimmage. Next up for the YHS team is an away meet at Hoover High School on Tuesday, Mar. 18, followed by a home meet with Bullard High School at YHS on Friday, Mar. 21.

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Foothills Take Top Honors In Madera County Math Tournament

MADERA – Coarsegold Elementary School 7th grade and Oak Creek Intermediate School 8th grade teams won the Madera County Academic Pentathlon Math Tournament on Friday, Mar. 14. Oak Creek Intermediate School placed third in the 7th grade competition, and Wasuma Elementary School’s 8th grade team placed second. Coarsegold, Oak Creek and Wasuma brought home 10 of 18 awards, with 14 ...

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Corned Beef and Charity

OAKHURST/BASS LAKE – You’ll have multiple chances to do good while eating well in the coming days, and here are a few of your options. On Sunday, Mar. 16, the youth group at United Methodist Church is holding a potato bake, and Vision Academy of the Arts is hosting a corned beef and cabbage fundraiser, all in one place. On ...

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Childrens Museum Goes Green This Saturday

OAKHURST – The Children’s Museum of the Sierra (CMOS) invites little leprechauns and others to visit this Saturday, Mar. 15, from 12:30 – 1:15 p.m., for some special St. Patrick’s Day craft fun which may find kids making magic wands. The action will take place on the newly covered outside patio area. The activity is free with paid admission to ...

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Celebration Of Life For Clancy Shea

The Shea/Schweikert family would like to show their appreciation to the community and invite you to join them on Saturday, Mar. 15 at 2 p.m. at Mountain Christian Center to celebrate Clancy Shea’s life. Clancy Aiden Shea was born Feb. 26, 2003 and passed with his loving family by his side on Monday, Feb. 24, just two days before his ...

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