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Classrooms Win When Donors Choose OES

OAKHURST – One local teacher is determined to give her students the best education possible, and that includes new computers that aren’t in the current school budget. What’s her solution? She registered her classroom online at DonorsChoose.org, a nonprofit organization that lets people donate directly to specific projects at public schools, in a process sometimes known as peer-to-peer philanthropy. Oakhurst ...

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Local Choirs Join Together For Christmas Cantata

Submitted by Monika Moulin OAKHURST – For the fourth consecutive year, more than 50 singers from local area church choirs will come together for a beautiful Christmas program, complete with accompaniment from a live orchestra. Singers from New Community United Methodist Church, Oakhurst Lutheran Church, Sierra Vista Presbyterian Church, Christ Church/Anglican and others join together to present a Christmas cantata.

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Let The Beneficial Bidding Begin!

OAKHURST — ‘Tis the season to shop online, and all for a great cause, as the Boys & Girls Club (BGC) of Oakhurst is running their hotly-anticipated online auction fundraiser from Tuesday, Nov. 18 through Saturday Nov. 30 at 7 p.m. It’s also time to save the date, Sunday Dec. 8, for the famous BGC Christmas Tree Auction at the ...

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November HOW Recipient Honored At El Cid

OAKHURST — Women in the mountains will gather on Wednesday, Nov. 20 for this month’s meeting of Helping One Woman (HOW). The location for the dinner is once again El Cid Mexican Cuisine. The evening starts at 6 p.m. and the honoree is Cheryl Liston of Ahwahnee, who broke her back in a car accident last June. Friends and other ...

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Saving The Little Church On The Hill

OAKHURST – The Little Church on the Hill stands in quiet, simple elegance in the Oakhill Cemetery along Highway 41 in the town of Oakhurst. It has borne witness to the joys of weddings and baptisms, the fun of Sunday picnics and Easter egg hunts, and served as the spiritual and social center of a fledgling community for many years.

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Nominations Being Accepted For Outstanding Citizens

OAKHURST – Do you know of a man, woman or business that deserves recognition for service to the community? The Oakhurst Area Chamber of Commerce is now accepting nominations for the 2013 Woman of the Year, Man of the Year, and Business of the Year Awards. The 2013 awards will be presented at the annual Chamber Installation Dinner & Awards ...

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Middle School Madness Saturday Night

OAKHURST – Saturday, Nov. 16 all area Junior High students are invited to attend Middle School Madness, a fun-filled party at a gymnastics studio, hosted by five Yosemite High students who are raising funds for a trip to Europe next year. Middle School Madness goes from 7 – 11 p.m. at Gymnastics By Diane located at 40879 Hwy. 41.

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Town Hall Meeting In Oakhurst Thursday

OAKHURST – District 5 Supervisor Tom Wheeler will hold the last Town Hall meeting of the year on Thursday, Nov. 14, at the Oakhurst Community Center at 6 p.m. This is your opportunity to ask questions of your elected representative and participate in the conversation about things that matter to you in your community. Discussion topics include:

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Seasonal News From The Boys And Girls Club

OAKHURST — Ask a seemingly simple question such as, “what’s new at the Boys and Girls Club (BGC)” and you’ll get a nicely complicated answer. That is because so much is going on all the time, and all of it is very good. Autumn is the season of playing with leaves, pumpkins and friends. That’s on the BGC agenda, along ...

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Mompreneurs: Cheryce’s Creations

Written by YHS sophomore Narayan Black OAKHURST – Many people know Cheryce Chartier from her years of working at Pak and Page and Creative Hands. Few people know that she is also a skilled Mompreneur: a dedicated mom who is also busy building her own niche in business. She has been working her crafts for five years now and sells ...

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