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Foothill Conservancy Hosting Conservation Benefit Raft Trip August 10 on the American River

Posted by: Lea_Marie_C_Paar on 07/22/2014 01:42 PM
Jackson, Ca...On Sunday, August 10, Foothill Conservancy will hold a special one-day Mokelumne River conservation benefit raft trip on the South Fork of the American River. The trip is made possible due to the generosity of O.A.R.S. of Angels Camp, Calaveras County's family-owned and operated rafting outfitter. All proceeds from the trip will benefit Foothill Conservancy's Mokelumne River conservation efforts, which include not only securing Wild and Scenic protection for the river, but salmon and steelhead restoration, smart water planning for our region's future, and much more. The cost for this all-day adventure is $100 per person, more than a 25 percent discount from the regular Sunday price. Children and youth are welcome, minimum age 7 years. This is a great way to cool off on a hot summer day with family and friends while helping to protect and restore the beautiful river in your own back yard!
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An opportunity to work: Community Support, How Local Businesses Support The Arc’s Work Crews

Posted by: Lea_Marie_C_Paar on 07/22/2014 01:46 PM
Amador County, Ca....Work crews at the Arc are paid group work opportunities in the community. All workers earn minimum wage and gain the skills needed to prepare them for individual job placements within the community. Crew members are held to a high standard. They must arrive to work on time, come dressed in crew attire, follow directions and follow safety rules and regulation set forth by each company we work for. In the past work crews use to use two vans and two trailers for recycling crews during the summer months. This year we purchased a 2004 Dodge Ram truck, eliminating the use of two vans down to one truck. This has been great for day programs as now they have the use of all their vans for classes and outings. Not only did the purchase of the truck increase the opportunity for campus outings in both Amador and Calaveras, but it saves the Arc money on a weekly basis. “We’re very proud of the new work crew truck,” said Director of Supported Employment Ileshia Knigge. “It bring cost saving strategy, keeps our day program vans clean, and consumers are very proud of it, it was a great decision and I’m happy our Executive Director and Board of Directors supported the purchase.”...
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Weekly Road Report through 7/26/14

Posted by: Lea_Marie_C_Paar on 07/21/2014 01:35 PM
Stockton, CA...Enclosed is the scheduled repairs, delays and activity that will affect the state maintained roadways in our area. The handy spreadsheet enclosed will help you avoid the delays whether you are traveling locally or heading down the hill....
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Annual Tomato Tasting Contest at the Sutter Creek Farmer's Market!

Posted by: Lea_Marie_C_Paar on 07/21/2014 12:19 PM
Sutter Creek, Ca...The UCCE Master Gardeners of Amador County are hosting their annual Tomato Tasting Contest on Saturday, August 23 at the Sutter Creek Farmers Market at 10:00. Prizes will be awarded in the following categories: Biggest Tomato, Best Red Tomato, Best Non-Red Tomato, and Best Cherry Tomato. To participate, bring at least one washed tomato of each variety (at least five cherry tomatoes) to the Sutter Creek Farmers Market between 8:45-9:45 on Saturday morning, August 23. The judges will announce their favorites at 11:00 am. Admission is free.
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Call for Artists Kicks Off Major “River Reflections” Project

Posted by: Lea_Marie_C_Paar on 07/16/2014 05:04 PM
Amador County, Ca...Artists of all disciplines who live in Amador and Calaveras Counties are invited to submit qualifications and samples of work for an opportunity to participate in a project called “River Reflections.” The deadline to submit an application on line is midnight, August 22, 2014. Artists selected as Finalist Artists will be invited to create work inspired by the Mokelumne River, and they will have until December 1st to do so. Visual artists - in both two and three dimensional genres- dancers, musicians, composers, actors, literary, and video artists are encouraged to discover the application details at www.amadorarts.org. Last spring AmadorArts submitted the “River Reflections” project for a “Creative California Communities” Grant from the California Arts Council, a State Agency. Turns out, the local arts council has become one of 24 successful grantees out of 157 applicants statewide. AmadorArts, in partnership with Calaveras County Arts Council, the Foothill Conservancy and East Bay Municipal Utilities District, will spotlight the arts to increase awareness of the upper Mokelumne River, appreciation of its beauty and recreational opportunities, and the need for conservation. The inspired art, music, dance, and stories will be showcased in events scheduled in the first five months of 2015....
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Mark Twain Medical Center Wellcomes Dr. Faryan

Posted by: thepinetree on 07/15/2014 11:25 AM

Weekly Road Report for the Week of 7/13/14 through 7/19/14

Posted by: Lea_Marie_C_Paar on 07/14/2014 10:10 PM
Stockton, CA...Enclosed is the scheduled repairs, delays and activity that will affect the state maintained roadways in our area. The handy spreadsheet enclosed will help you avoid the delays whether you are traveling locally or heading down the hill....
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Public Input Needed for Pine Grove Dollar General Project

Posted by: Lea_Marie_C_Paar on 07/14/2014 11:46 PM
Pine Grove, Ca...I am writing to express my disappointment with the scheduled Pine Grove Dollar General store project. For many reasons, I feel there needs to be public input on this project. I have strong concerns over the "Negative Declarations" status regarding the approval of the Environmental Impact Report and the ommission of public review originally. The zoning and EIR were granted over 20 years ago and they need to be revisited. While concerned community residents and business people seek legal counsel and a Injunction to delay the project, I am hoping county officials will see fit to grant this themselves.. There is no reason to bring a box store such as Dollar General to our community, which holds "community concepts" dearly. We don't want our local retailers to suffer, not do we look forward to employment lay offs and hours cut when those stores begin to feel the presence of Dollar General. Those employees will not be hired by Dollar General, as they historically only hire 4-6 part time employees and a manager. We don't need more unemployment in Amador!...
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Your Internet Broadband Advocates at Central Sierra Connect Want To Know...Have You Been Tested Yet?

Posted by: thepinetree on 07/10/2014 09:00 AM
Central Sierra Connect is a program of the Amador-Tuolumne Community Action Agency. Our vision is to bridge the digital divide by bringing broadband to the people and the people to broadband. Right now, that vision is threatened by inaccurate information being used by decision makers in Sacramento and Washington D.C. Our region needs high speed, broadband Internet service in order to grow and prosper in today’s economy. We need to get accurate information into the hands of those who fund the projects that can make that happen. To do that, we need to know about the Internet service you receive at your home and business addresses. And we've made it super easy to do – it only takes 5 minutes! Just click below or on this link to access the Internet Service Reporting Form: http://bit.ly/cscmapping

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4-H Wants You - To Make The Best Better!

Posted by: Lea_Marie_C_Paar on 07/02/2014 08:59 PM
Calaveras County, Ca...4-H can trace its roots to the early part of last century when County Extension Offices were trying to increase knowledge among local farmers. The County Extension Offices began teaching youth about new and innovative farming practices, hoping their parents would take notice, and they did. Over the years 4-H has evolved to become one of the largest positive youth development programs in the nation. It has grown to offer projects for five to eighteen year olds in pretty much any topic imaginable. Recently Amador, Calaveras, El Dorado, and Tuolumne counties pooled their resources to form the state’s first Multi-County Partnership, the UC Cooperative Extension Central Sierra. Together we are working to improve the lives of young people throughout the region, while keeping our county 4-H identities. The Central Sierra 4-H program is looking to build capacity by increasing the amount and types of projects offered to youth in our four counties. Do you have a passion you want to share? Do you love kids? We provide training and support so you wouldn’t be doing this in the dark. We are adding projects in all four counties. Possible projects may include robotics, cultural arts, soap making, entomology, ballroom dancing, and so much more....
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