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Boys & Girls Club Extended Hours Special Programs

“We all know that the last thing kids want to do is what grown-ups tell them. The trick is to provide kids with alternatives more appealing than running loose in the streets or hanging out at the shopping centers,” said Rima Runtzel, board president, “That’s where the Boys & Girls Club comes in.” Boys & Girls Clubs are successful because ...

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Baker Swim Complex to the Rescue!

It’s getting hot around here, and nothing beats a dip in the pool to cool you off quickly. So drag your cooler out of the garage and pack it with a picnic lunch and lots of cool drinks. Find a bag, throw in some towels and plenty of sun block, grab a chair and head to the pool at the ...

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Donation to "Be The Power Of One"

What would you do with 500 tubes of toothpaste? Well if you were Tim and Susan Madden you would take them to Haiti of course. Thanks to a very generous donation from Dr. Travis Kendall, D.D.S. of Coarsegold Dental that is exactly what is going to happen. In addition to what amounts to a suitcase full of toothpaste, Tim and ...

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Our Partners

Michael Neveu – Yosemite Lakes Owners Association Steve Montalto – Children’s Museum of the Sierra Dave Wolin – Economic Development Committee Dan Rosenberg – North Fork Community Development Council Elissa Brown – Sierra Nevada Conservancy Diann Miller – Madera County Fire Station #11 Scott Marsh – North Fork Chamber of Commerce Sandy Chaille – North Fork Fire Department Auxilary Susie ...

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Have you ever considered becoming a Weather Watcher? Are you the type of person who checks the weather report first thing in the morning, and the last thing at night? Do you rush outside to check the sky when you hear a distant boom of thunder or feel a gust of wind through an open window? Are you a Weather ...

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S|N|O Mission Statement

Our goal in life, every single day, is to make sure of one thing – if it’s happening in our little corner of the world,you will find it on these pages. This is an exciting start for all of us who have dedicated ourselves to making Sierra News Online a success. We are very eager to hear your thoughts and ...

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Bike, Blessing & Run

The 6th Annual Bike, Blessing and Run will be held on Saturday, June 2, 2012. The day’s events will begin with a complimentary breakfast at 9:30am at the Mountain Christian Center, 40299 Highway 49 in Oakhurst. At 10:30, the Bike Blessing will take place, and kickstands will go up at 11:00 for the Bike Run. You can sign in between ...

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Bass Lake Classic Triathlon

The Bass Lake Triathlon was the very first to host the National Championships for the fledgling sport of triathlon back in the early 1980’s. All these years later, the Bass Lake Classic Triathlon can hold claim to the title of one of the top triathlons in the west.

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