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February HOW Dinner Honors Yvonne Boiteax

OAKHURST — The nonprofit organization Helping One Woman (HOW) will gather friends and neighbors to honor Yvonne Boiteux at The Hitching Post in Ahwahnee, starting at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2019. Yvonne, 32, has lived in North Fork since 1991, graduating from Sierra High School and working at Starbucks for many years. Currently, she works at The Forks and ...

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Super Bowl Bash Fundraiser At Oakhurst Grill

OAKHURST – This year’s Super Bowl is happening in a big way at the Oakhurst Grill on Sunday, Feb. 3, from 3:30 to 7 p.m. The New England Patriots will take on the Los Angeles Rams in the 53rd annual Super Bowl. DJ Gameday will be playing the game audio nice n’ loud in the lounge and there will be ...

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Helping One Woman (HOW) Dinner Honors Tina Sexton

OAKHURST — The nonprofit Helping One Woman (HOW) will gather for the first time in the new year to honor Tina Sexton at Plazuelas Mexican Restaurant in Oakhurst, starting at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2019. Tina is a hard-working, vibrant mom of six, with two of her children married and four still at home, say HOW organizers. She was ...

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Elks Lodge Annual Crab Feed Benefits Children’s Fund

OAKHURST — The Oakhurst Elks Lodge will host their annual Crab Feed charity fundraiser in order to gather resources for kids next Christmas and, in the process, have a convivial and delicious dining experience surrounded by good friends. The Elks Crab Feed is scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 12 at the Elks Lodge in Oakhurst. No host cocktails start at 5 ...

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33rd Annual Oakhurst Sierra Rotary Crab Feed

OAKHURST – Cast your eyes toward one of the best and most festive dinner events the area has to offer, as the annual Rotary Club of Oakurst Sierra Crab Feed returns to the Oakhurst Community Center on Saturday, Feb. 2. Doors open at 6 p.m. This year, the event falls on Groundhog Day — what could be more appropriate than an ...

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Coarsegold Bike And Toy Giveaway Tugs At Heartstrings

COARSEGOLD – This is the third year that the folks at G’ma and Pappas have made Christmas extra-special for mountain area kids. Mitch Riegelhuth and Lori Brown teamed up with the Sierra Shadow Casters Motorcycle Club to give shiny bicycles, sturdy helmets and brand-new toys to about 300 kids at a very special event on Dec. 15 at G’m and ...

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HOW Dinner Honors Marie Elizabeth Wynne

AHWAHNEE — A special fundraising dinner hosted by the nonprofit group Helping One Woman (HOW) will be held in honor of Marie Elizabeth Wynne on Wednesday, Nov. 28 at The Hitching Post in Ahwahnee, starting at 6 p.m. “Marie moved to the mountain community [in] December of 1985 from Wisconsin,” say HOW organizers. “She worked for Community Hospital Home Health ...

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Prepare To Be Dazzled: Oakhurst Christmas Tree Auction

Image of a snowflake Christmas tree ornament.

BASS LAKE — The annual Oakhurst Community Christmas Tree Auction is a wonderfully unique event that benefits some of the area’s most essential community organizations, spreading quite a bit of holiday cheer in the process. Hosted by The Boys & Girls Club of Oakhurst, and held at The Pines Resort, the joyful event enables dozens of nonprofits to benefit from ...

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Soroptimist Gold Country Chili Cook-Off

OAKHURST — Ladies and gentlemen, get your beans in order. It’s time for the Gold Country Chili Cook Off, sponsored by the local Soroptimist service club, dedicated to helping women and girls in the immediate area and around the world. The sweet and spicy event takes place on Saturday, Nov. 10 at the Oakhurst Community Center, from 5 to 9 ...

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Wildcats’ Color Run Raises Over $7,500

By Barbara Irion — AHWAHNEE — Wasuma Elementary School’s PTA held its first Color Run to raise money for the activities it provides for students throughout the year. This includes assemblies, field trips, music instruction, family movie nights, academic pentathlon, spelling bee, and book fair — to name a few. Students collected pledges per lap, or flat donations, from family ...

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