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OES Teachers Receive Crystal Apple Award

OAKHURST – Two outstanding local certified educators were honored recently as the 2013-2014 Teacher of the Year at Oakhurst Elementary School. First grade teacher Mrs. Jacqueline Neff and fifth grade teacher Mrs. Robin Ward earned the Crystal Apple Award for demonstrating leadership in educational activities at school.

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Tamales Support Little Church and Honorary Mayor

OAKHURST – There are only three days left to order your tamales! The Little Church on the Hill in Oakhurst is still raising funds to finish refurbishing the outside of the church. A big boost to their fundraising efforts has been Michael Costa’s run for Honorary Mayor of Oakhurst, and his latest event involves hot tamales.

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Gallery Row Creates Outdoor Art Block Display

OAKHURST – The artists on Gallery Row in Oakhurst are putting their work on display for everyone passing by on Highway 41 to enjoy. Inspired by the beautifully painted quilt square blocks now being displayed on barns across the U.S., artist Vivian Aumond Capone brought the idea to the Gallery Row art community.

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Celebrate America Concert

OAKHURST – The community is invited to attend a free musical extravaganza, as the Oakhurst Community Band presents their “Celebrate America Concert,” with music commemorating Yosemite National Park. The program takes place on Sunday, June 29, at Mountain Christian Center, starting at 6:30 p.m. Featured numbers are set to include Yosemite Autumn, America the Beautiful, Star Spangled Banner, To Heal ...

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Jazz Guitar Concert At Queens Inn

OAKHURST – Twenty three guitarists and eight bass players from across the United States, Canada and Germany will be performing in a Jazz Guitar Concert on Thursday, June 26, from 7 to 9:30 pm. The event will be held at the Queens Inn Wine & Beer Garden, 41193 Highway 41 in Oakhurst, located behind the Sweetwater Steakhouse. Admission is free.

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CMOS Offers Summer Science Classes

OAKHURST – Families with kids in Kindergarten through 3rd grade may want to know that the Children’s Museum of the Sierra will offer Summer Hands-On Science classes on Wednesdays, starting on June 25, and running through the end of July. All classes are free with museum membership or admission and begin at 11 a.m. Here’s the schedule:

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Froyo Frenzy And Pops Benefit Senior Center

OAKHURST – Looking for a good excuse to indulge? On Tuesday, June 17, a portion of proceeds from special cones purchased at Froyo Frenzy Frozen Yogurt will be turned over to the Zona Cahill for Honorary Mayor of Oakhurst campaign to benefit the Oakhurst Senior Society. On Wednesday, June 18, the deal of the day for the Senior Society is ...

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Perfect Attendance Winners Ride Off Into Summer

OAKHURST – School may be out for summer, but it’s never too late to report on achievements. As adults, we drag ourselves out of bed every single morning, even on days we’re not feeling ourselves, to get to work on time. As adults, we know that attendance matters, particularly with our employers! Now, imagine a child doing this every single ...

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Sierra Senior Center BBQ Benefit

OAKHURST – Get ready for BBQ chicken and all the trimmings served up at the Sierra Senior Center on June 21. Doors open at 4 p.m. and dinner starts at 5 p.m. Dinner is $7 for members and $10 for non members, with proceeds going to the Zona Cahill for Honorary Mayor of Oakhurst campaign to benefit the Sierra Senior ...

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John West Neighborhood Takes Action

OAKHURST – Residents in the John West Road, Jean Road East/West area aren’t fooling around when it comes to fire safety this season. After a couple fires that many residents consider “suspicious” in their neighborhood over the past few weeks, they are banding together to create a phone tree to alert each other should the need arise.

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