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Helping One Woman Honors Shay Farias

AHWAHNEE — Join friends and neighbors at the Hitching Post on Wednesday, July 17 as the nonprofit group Helping One Woman (HOW) honors Shay Farias. The event begins at 6 p.m. and you’ll be greeted at the door for sign-in. Your reservation will secure a seat for your meal and tables will be shared as the community gathers to support ...

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March HOW Dinner Honors Ailene Thomas

AHWAHNEE — Friends and neighbors will gather at The Hitchin’ Post on Wednesday, Mar. 20, as the nonprofit group Helping One Woman (HOW) honors Ailene Nicole Thomas. Ailene is a lifelong Mariposa county resident and a Mariposa High School graduate, Class of 2014. Shortly after graduating, say HOW organizers, Ailene met the love of her life: Jonah Seth Mackenzie Thomas. ...

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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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October HOW Dinner Honors Cheryce Chartier

OAKHURST — Ever the champion of other peoples’ causes, local business owner Cheryce Chartier is “well-known and much loved in the Oakhurst area,” say HOW organizers. “Since she moved here in 2000 Cheryce has been actively involved in the community, raising her daughters here, and working at places such as Curves and Pak & Page.” In 2014, Cheryce and husband Carl Chartier ...

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HOW Dinner Honors Jessica Woodington

OAKHURST — A special fundraising dinner hosted by the nonprofit group Helping One Woman (HOW) will be held in honor of Jessica Woodington on Wednesday, Sept. 19 at El Cid Mexican Cuisine in Oakhurst, starting at 6 p.m. “Residing in Oakhurst with her fiance and five rescue dogs, Jessica Woodington has made tons of friends in this tight-knit community,” say ...

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HOW Dinner Honors Lauren Steinglass

BASS LAKE — The nonprofit group Helping One Woman (HOW) will convene for the first time this year on Wednesday, Jan. 17 at Ducey’s, to honor Lauren Steinglass. The evening of food, fundraising and friendship begins at 6 p.m. and takes place upstairs in the bar and grill. Lauren is a single mother of two beautiful children, James and Emma, whose ...

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Know A Woman Who Needs HOW Now?

MOUNTAIN AREA — Organizers behind a local nonprofit who specialize in lifting women up one woman at a time are now looking for the public’s help to identify their next recipient. Thanks to the humility of a nominated person who declined the group’s largess, Helping One Woman (HOW) needs a woman to help. “Our recipient for our January dinner lost ...

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HOW Dinner Honors PJ’s Mom, Suzy Kessler

AHWAHNEE — The nonprofit group Helping One Woman (HOW) is meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 15 at the Hitchin’ Post restaurant to honor Suzy Kessler. The evening of food, fundraising and friendship begins at 6 p.m. Suzy’s son, Yosemite High School freshman PJ Kuzmitski, suffered a life-changing hit to his right knee at football practice on Wednesday, Sept. 27, resulting in the ...

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Amber Tringali Honored With October HOW Dinner

OAKHURST — The nonprofit group Helping One Woman (HOW) is meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 18, at the El Cid Mexican Restaurant to honor Coarsegold resident Amber Tringali. The evening of food, fundraising and friendship begins at 6 p.m. Amber, 33, is the mother of a trio of kids, ages 9, 7, and 3. She has become a full-time caregiver of her ...

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September HOW Dinner Honors Lynn Oliver

AHWAHNEE — The nonprofit group Helping One Woman (HOW) is meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 20, at the Hitchin’ Post restaurant to honor Ahwahnee resident Lynn Oliver. The evening of food, fundraising and friendship begins at 6 p.m. Lynn has worked at the Hitchin’ Post for 11 years, say organizers, and is a “loving and caring person,” who recently survived a major stroke ...

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