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Solar Arrays Now Power North Fork And Minarets Schools

NORTH FORK – A bit of overcast didn’t stop students at North Fork Elementary School from learning about, and being amazed by the power of the sun. On Friday, Mar. 24, students and teachers, administrators and Chawanakee School Board members gathered for the ribbon cutting ceremony for the new solar arrays now providing power at the North Fork School. The ...

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Squirrel Cage Theatre Co. Presents The Spring Fling

NORTH FORK — The Squirrel Cage Theatre Co. presents its annual Spring Fling on Saturday, Apr. 29, at the North Fork Town Hall. The show will be one night only, and will be an evening of music and laughs featuring the return of the “Blues Brothers,” backed up by the horn section of Josh Freeman, Aaron Kern, Dan Rosenberg and ...

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Wine And Cheese In The Garden At North Fork School

NORTH FORK —  The mountain community is invited to enjoy local wines, hors d’oeuvres and live music by Sugar Pine at “Wine and Cheese in the Garden” on Sunday, May 7, from 2-5 p.m. in the North Fork School Garden. Tours will be conducted by master gardener Hansel Kern. Child care will be provided at no charge, and you must be ...

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North Fork Scouts Plant Trees At Bass Lake

Submitted by Scoutmaster Dave Smith — NORTH FORK — The combination of continued exceptional drought and epidemic numbers of bark beetles have greatly impacted the conifer forest in the Bass Lake area. Forest Service contractors have spent many months removing dead trees from the campgrounds and day use areas around Bass Lake. In April 2016, Scouts of North Fork Boy ...

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North Fork Scout Troop 357 Holds Recruitment Event

NORTH FORK — North Fork Boy Scout Troop 357, along with Cub Pack 357, will be holding a recruitment evening at the Scout Building in North Fork (next to the Town Hall) on Thursday Apr. 27 at 7 p.m. In addition to weekly meetings, Scouts of Troop 357 participate in once-a-month weekend activities including camping at Morro Bay and Yosemite ...

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Diva Dibblers Show Their Tree Planting Skills At Earth Day

Written by Mia Mandel — NORTH FORK — Come celebrate our Destination Imagination champions at Earth Day on Saturday, Apr. 22, in North Fork. Our local North Fork tree-planting team has been awarded third place in the state of California at a tournament in Sacramento! The Fantabulous 4 Diva Dibblers met a challenge put forth by Destination Imagination, a national ...

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North Fork Fire Dept. Auxiliary BBQ This Saturday

NORTH FORK – A sure sign of spring is the annual Tri-tip BBQ, put on by the North Fork Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary. It is scheduled this year for Saturday, Apr. 22, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the North Fork School, alongside the local Earth Day celebration. This is the major fundraiser for the Auxiliary, who work hard ...

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North Fork Boy Scouts Enjoy Winter Filled With Fun

NORTH FORK — As always, the North Fork Boy Scout Troop 357 has had a busy winter. In January, the Scouts spent the afternoon at Boomers! in Fresno, and before returning to North Fork, stopped at In-N-Out for dinner. In February, the Scouts headed up to Shaver Lake for a day in the snow, and in March, traveled to Morro ...

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First Winter Ascent Of Mt. Whitney Featured At Scenic Byway Meeting

NORTH FORK — The public is invited to attend a presentation by well-known wildlife biologist Phil Bartholomew on Wednesday, Apr. 19, at the North Fork School. The presentation will be part of the annual Sierra Vista Scenic Byway meeting. In 1928, Orland Bartholomew made a 300-mile trek in mid-winter from Yosemite to Mount Whitney, which included the first winter ascent ...

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