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Cigarette Shack Sisters Say So Long

COARSEGOLD — The Cigarette Shack has closed its doors as of Sept. 30, after nearly 18 years in business. The little red and white building with the friendly twin gals inside has had its last day selling smokes and accessories. People stopped by to visit, make some last-day purchases or share hugs and memories as Julie and Jean continued the ...

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Hair Cut-A-Thon Benefits Boys & Girls Club

Submitted by Melanie Barker OAKHURST — Moxie Salon will host a Cut-A-Thon event to benefit the Boys & Girls Club of Oakhurst (BGC) beginning at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 5. Business owner and stylist Stephenie Jewett along with stylists Carrie Diffey, Michelle Eads, Martin Arce, and Cheri Roderick wanted to have a grand opening with meaning. They chose Boys ...

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Judy Andes

Submitted by the artist Judy AndesSierra Art Trails 2013 Catalog # 30 My art comes from a strong appreciation of this beautiful mountain area and the valley below. My pastel paintings capture some of the places that have touched me and I want to share that feeling. My painting, “A Quiet Moment” can be seen at the Stellar Gallery in ...

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Gay Abarbanell

Submitted by the artist Gay AbarbanellSierra Art Trails 2013 Images flow in and through me and my camera as well as my pen, in a spirit dance which I strive to share in my photography and poetry. The beauty and mystery of the unique and the mundane beckon to be expressed in unusual, creative and even abstract forms. I incorporate ...

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Camille Fisher and Kaitlyn Fisher

Submitted by the artists Camille Fisher and Kaitlyn FisherSierra Art Trails 2013 Catalog # 64 and # 65 Camille Fisher (artist #64) is a creative, bright and lovely 9-year-old student at Oakhurst Elementary School (OES). She incorporates color playfully into her work, which is greatly inspired by her love of the natural sciences and by many generations of artists in ...

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Craig Schub

Submitted by the artist Craig SchubSierra Art Trails 2013 Catalog # 76 Craig Schub has ventured out to roads less traveled to get a sense of the terrain and vegetation that is reminiscent of the plein air paintings from early 1900s. Along the way, he found that the Sierra Nevada foothills is a treasured spot in which to live and ...

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Vivian Helena Aumond-Capone

Submitted by the artist Vivian Helena Aumond-CaponeSierra Art Trails 2013 Catalog # 29 “Our beautiful mountains are my inspiration.” Vivian uses color, texture and ephemera in her mixed media fiber art. Along with her fiber art she will display jewelry, gourds, hand dyed scarves, and her original gift cards. This is an opportunity to visit one of our local historic ...

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The Future Of The Oakhurst Community Park

OAKHURST — It was hard to tell exactly how many people poured into Oahurst Community Park on Thursday, Sept. 19 in the early evening, mostly because half of the population was pint-sized, running busily to and fro. Still, bystanders estimated a crowd of 100 – 150 people had gathered on a school night to hang out in the park and ...

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Heritage Days Parade In Pictures

OAKHURST — School Road was sunny and people were lined up by 10 a.m. to watch the 18th Mountain Heritage Days Parade on Saturday morning, Sept, 21. With marching bands, classic cars, cool floats, service groups, first responders and more, the parade was especially exciting this year due to the inclusion of the Yosemite Mounted Patrol, who entered to commemorate ...

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Elks Invite Public To Honor First Responders

OAKHURST — Lately there have been nearly innumerable reasons to give thanks and praise to our area’s first responders, and now organizers have planned a new event to do so, side by side, over dinner. All mountain area residents are invited to the first annual Mountain Area Safety Services Awards Dinner at the Oakhurst Elks Lodge on Saturday, Oct. 26. ...

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