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Oakhurst Chamber Hosts Elected Officials

Elected Officials LuncheonBASS LAKE – The Oakhurst Area Chamber of Commerce will host a meeting of elected officials on Friday, Aug. 21 at the Bass Lake Conference Center Lake View Room at 12 p.m.

State Senator Tom Berryhill, State Assembly Frank Bigelow, Madera County Supervisors Tom Wheeler of District 5 and Brett Frazier of District 1 will all be in attendance for what is expected to be a lively and informative luncheon meeting.

The meal will be served at 12:15 p.m. and participants are asked to make reservations with the Chamber, due to limited seating. Lunch is $25 per person and includes Ducey’s dinner salad, meatloaf or pan roasted pork chop served with garlic mashed potatoes, gravy, and vegetables.

Business Expo tables are available to promote a business, product or organization to those attending the luncheon. Tables are $75 each and include one ticket to the luncheon. Phone (559) 683-7766 to reserve a Business Expo table.

For more information contact the Oakhurst Area Chamber of Commerce

Bass Lake Conference Center

For those who can’t attend the noon luncheon:

In the morning on Friday, the Senator and Assemblymember will be at the Miner’s Roadhouse in Mariposa from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. The Miner’s Roadhouse is located at 5159 State Highway 140.

In the afternoon, the two will be hosted by the Coarsegold Chamber of Commerce with a reception from 2 to 3 p.m. at the Coarsegold Historical Village Park.

Refreshments will be available at both locations. These events provide an opportunity for community members to have a snack and talk about legislation that affects the area and local individuals.

The Coarsegold community event will be followed by the traditional Chamber of Commerce Wine and Cheese Happy Hour Mixer, complete with door prizes and entertainment by Ace and Roxy.

For more information contact Dave Wolin at 559-760-1143 or Laura Young at 559-760-0806 or email the Coarsegold Chamber.

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