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Expert Tips for Welcoming a Kitten

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Fostering kittens and cats has risen in popularity during these unprecedented times, and many pet lovers are becoming fosters to help overcrowded animal shelters. Fostering a kitten can be a fun and exciting time, but it may also come with a learning curve. Among the 43% of respondents to a Royal Canin survey who have fostered a pet, 6 in ...

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FAM Offering A Zoom Class for Aspiring Artists!

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NEW ONE-WEEK SESSION March 15-19, 2021 from 3 to 4 p.m. March 1-5 class is fully booked so they scheduled a REPEAT PERFORMANCE beginning March 15! BEGINNING PORTRAITURE: EXPLORE THE HUMAN FACE Classes for ages 13 through adult If you took the Formal Elements class this is a great follow-up! One-hour sessions will begin at 3 p.m. each day, Monday to Friday. Each class ...

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In Memory of Bertram Wentzek July 1933-January 2021

Bertram Wentzek was born July 13, 1933 in Bremerhaven Germany. Bertram is survived by his wife and best friend, Hope; his son William; two daughters by marriage, Allison and Kate; his sisters Dagmar of North Carolina and Trauduer of Germany; as well as numerous friends whom he considered family. In 1958 Bertram traveled to New York city from Germany on ...

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Family-Friendly Foods Fit for Lent

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As families ponder Lenten recipes fit for the season with flavorful seafood as a filling protein, one important aspect to take into account is the kid-friendliness of the dish. Offer up a dinnertime delight the whole family can enjoy with shrimp-based options that provide familiar flavors in appetizing ways. For example, you can take your taste buds on an international ...

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Vaccines Open in Madera County with Expanded Eligibility

NORTH FORK – Vaccines are available with expanded eligibility in Madera County. If you or someone you know is interested in being vaccinated or in need of more information please visit the Madera County Department of Public Health website at  www.maderacounty.com/covid19vaccine. Appointments are required and only available to those eligible.  See the “REGISTER HERE” button on the website. When clinics ...

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Yosemite High Wins Madera County Mock Trial Competition for the 30th Time

MADERA – Yosemite High School won the 2021 Honorable Edward P. Moffat Madera County Mock Trial held between January 26-February 11.  Yosemite High School battled Madera High and Madera South High Schools. Yosemite High School has competed in all 37 mock trial competitions held in Madera County and have been victorious 30 times. Way to go Badgers! This year’s event ...

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C21 Ditton Realty | Understanding Home Equity

Homeownership has paved its way as part of the American Dream by providing families with a place of their own and an opportunity for building financial security. This security comes in the form of Home Equity. Whether you’re just beginning the home-buying process or already a homeowner, understanding home equity is the key to getting the most benefit from your ...

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Pet of the Week: Pollyanna the Cat

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Hi there! I am Pollyanna…or Polly for short! I am only a year old and I had the unfortunate experience of meeting the wrong guy at the wrong time. I just finished nursing my kittens and have an appointment to go to the doctor so I won’t have any more babies. Boy, are they a LOT of work! I love people ...

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Madera County Department of Public Health (MCDPH) Creates a Pathway for Upcoming Vaccine Eligibility Expansions, Asks for Help from Local Employers

MADERA – In anticipation of expansions in vaccine eligibility from the state, MCDPH is looking to prepare a way to deliver those vaccines. “The bottom line is, we want to prevent hospitalizations and death,” says Director Sara Bosse. “We are prioritizing those most at risk for hospitalization and death and creating a pathway for them to get the vaccine.” That ...

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