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Yosemite Volleyball Fundraiser At Sun Mountain Gun Club

COARSEGOLD – The Yosemite Lady Badgers Volleyball team is having a blast of a fundraiser on Saturday, July 26, at the Sun Mountain Gun Club. Registration starts at 8 a.m., for a day that includes raffle, food and fun, and shooting, with all proceeds going to support the Lady Badgers Volleyball team. Sponsorship Levels include Gold, Silver, Station and Individual, ...

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Coarsegold Businesses Connect The Dots

COARSEGOLD – Area business leaders are banding together to invite the community to a free business networking opportunity on Wednesday, July 23. The well-anticipated event will include entertainment and Hors D’oeuvres at the Coarsegold Miner’s Grill from 5 – 8 p.m. Adding to the excitement, shops at Coarsegold Historic Village will stay open for the evening. Calling the night’s meetup ...

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Collector Car Cruise-In This Friday

COARSEGOLD – Friday, July 11, is Collector Car Appreciation Day and Barbeque at the Coarsegold Historic Village from 5 to 8 p.m. This is a cruise-in that is free and open to all cars, trucks and bikes. All makes, models and years are welcome. The public is invited to come out and enjoy what is sure to be a spectacular ...

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Free Summer Camps At Minarets

COARSEGOLD – Arts, media, music and technology are some of the subjects being explored at a free summer day camp for students who will be in grades 4 – 8 in the fall. All courses are activity-based and facilitated by qualified professional instructors and are designed for kids of age approximately 10 – 14. The camps run Monday through Thursday ...

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Fairy Garden Theater On Stage At Rivergold

COARSEGOLD – The widely anticipated local production of the third in a series known as the Fairy Garden Ballet is coming to the stage at Rivergold school, starring 33 local dancers. This marks the premiere of Fairy Garden Ballet: Inspire, a show which is written, choreographed and produced by Community Dance and Theater in Coarsegold.

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YLP Farmers Market Returns May 27

YOSEMITE LAKES PARK – Ladies of the Lakes Women’s Club and the Yosemite Lakes Homeowners Association are happy to announce that the YLP Certified Farmers Market will return to the YLP Clubhouse grounds on Tuesdays from 4 to 7 p.m. throughout the summer. This is the second year for the Farmers Market, and organizers are delighted to have one so ...

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Keitz And Cal Fire Discuss Arson Investigation

COARSEGOLD — Over 60 people gathered in the Yosemite Lakes Park Clubhouse on Monday evening, May 12, to hear from District Attorney Michael Keitz and Cal Fire investigators about the recent prosecution and conviction of two YLP residents on charges of arson and conspiracy. “We were here last summer to talk to you about the fires in the area,” said ...

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Music In The Meadow

COARSEGOLD – Mark your calendars for Music in the Meadow 2014. The festive, easy-going family-friendly event is a fundraiser for the Coarsegold Historical Society, dedicated to the ongoing restoration of the Museum’s 1870s adobe house. “Bring a chair or blanket, and enjoy a lovely afternoon surrounded by history and great music,” says Steve Core, president of the Coarsegold Historical Society.

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Minarets Youth Football Registration

COARSEGOLD – Young athletes who missed the first round of registrations last week need not worry, since Minarets Youth Football (MYF) is holding a second registration for the upcoming football season. MYF will be fielding three teams in the 2014 season: Pee Wees, Juniors and Seniors. The cost for registration is $110 and includes Spirit Pack items such as t-shirt, ...

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Relay For Life Is Good For Carma

COARSEGOLD – On a sunny morning a little girl sits in a little chair, watching Disney cartoons and slowly nibbling a raisin bagel. She wears a fancy dress and complains when her hair is brushed. Carefully walking around the coffee table, barefoot in her tidy home, she smiles shyly for the stranger, at first.

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