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Coarsegold Connection To American Legion And Four Chaplains

Sent by David Cumming, American Legion Post 110 COARSEGOLD – Melody Dewolf is arranging olive branches on a wreath of vine and talking about the lives legacy of the “four chaplains” of World War II. It’s a story worth remembering. In the early morning hours of Feb. 3, 1943, say historians including the American Legion, four U.S. Army chaplains sacrificed ...

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HOW Dinner Honors Carol Cardinale

OAKHURST – The nonprofit organization Helping One Woman (HOW) will meet on Wednesday, Feb. 18, in support of local resident and business owner Carol Cardinale, who recently lost her daughter Sophia in a tragic car accident. Carol’s son Elias survived the accident and is now on the road to physical and emotional recovery. HOW attendees will gather at El Cid ...

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Badger "Pups" Tour YHS

OAKHURST – Eighth graders from all over the district visited Yosemite High School (YHS) on Tuesday, Jan. 27, to get a feel for what their future high school years may be like. Their day consisted of rallies, games, and a scavenger hunt-styled tour around the campus.

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Audubon Society Presents "Green Fire"

MARIPOSA – The Yosemite Area Audubon Society (YAAS) and Melissa Odell, partner biologist with Point Blue Conservation Science and the Natural Resources Conservation Service in Mariposa, will host a screening of the Emmy Award-winning feature-length documentary Green Fire: Aldo Leopold and a Land Ethic for Our Time, on Thursday, Feb. 12, at the Mariposa Methodist Church parish hall in downtown ...

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Vaccaro-Gedese

AHWAHNEE – Mr. and Mrs. Larry and Pam Vaccaro of Ahwahnee announce the engagement of their daughter Kaitlyn Vaccaro to Greg Gedese, son of Bob and LaDonna Nason of Oakhurst.

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Indian Buddhist Monk Will Speak On Challenges Of Life

OAKHURST – A revered monk from Bangalore, India, will give an evening talk on universally important topics that may resonate with many in the mountain area, and offer those present some insight into the Buddhist perspective on life. Theravada monk Ven. Sugatananda will visit the Positive Living Center (PLC) on Tuesday, Feb. 24 from 6 – 7:30 p.m. He’ll speak ...

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Engineers Without Borders Talk Clean Water

MARIPOSA – Something most Americans take for granted is clean water. In June of 2014, five members of the Tierney family of Mariposa traveled to the Amazon in Peru and learned just how vital it really is when they helped install clean water systems in two remote jungle villages. The public is invited to attend a presentation on their experiences ...

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