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Coming Soon...
Thursday, Oct 19
All Day Crossing California, Sierra to the Sea, October 8 through November 26 at Petroglyphe
All Day "Voices of Wisdom" Adult Writing Classes
05:30 PM The Calaveras County Chamber of Commerce October Mixer
Friday, Oct 20
All Day Crossing California, Sierra to the Sea, October 8 through November 26 at Petroglyphe
09:00 AM 40th Annual Moutain Heirloom Quilt Faire
All Day "Voices of Wisdom" Adult Writing Classes
06:00 PM “Sip N’ Paint with Artist Mary Sexton”
06:30 PM Sierra Story Winds STORY SLAM-#4
07:00 PM Music At Bistro Espresso
07:00 PM Last of the Red Hot Lovers Now Playing at Murphys Creek Theatre
Saturday, Oct 21
All Day The Mark Twain Wild West Fest, All Day Street Fair on October 21st.
All Day Crossing California, Sierra to the Sea, October 8 through November 26 at Petroglyphe
All Day "Voices of Wisdom" Adult Writing Classes
07:00 PM Last of the Red Hot Lovers Now Playing at Murphys Creek Theatre
Sunday, Oct 22
All Day Crossing California, Sierra to the Sea, October 8 through November 26 at Petroglyphe
All Day "Voices of Wisdom" Adult Writing Classes
02:00 PM Last of the Red Hot Lovers at Murphys Creek Theatre
Monday, Oct 23
All Day "Voices of Wisdom" Adult Writing Classes
Tuesday, Oct 24
All Day "Voices of Wisdom" Adult Writing Classes
04:30 PM Freedom From Smoking Class Begins in August
Wednesday, Oct 25
All Day Overeaters Anonymous meeting
Until 04:00 PM "Voices of Wisdom" Adult Writing Classes
Thursday, Oct 26
All Day Crossing California, Sierra to the Sea, October 8 through November 26 at Petroglyphe
05:00 PM ‘Mammo-GLAM’ – ‘Girls-Night-Out’ with a Serious Purpose
Friday, Oct 27
All Day Crossing California, Sierra to the Sea, October 8 through November 26 at Petroglyphe
10:30 AM Caltrans Mandatory Pre-Bid Meeting (1C300)
11:00 AM MURPHYS DIGGINS FALL CRAFT FESTIVAL
07:00 PM Music At Bistro Espresso
Saturday, Oct 28
All Day Fantastic Estate Sale
All Day Crossing California, Sierra to the Sea, October 8 through November 26 at Petroglyphe
Until 05:00 PM MURPHYS DIGGINS FALL CRAFT FESTIVAL
01:00 PM Tree Trek Tour
01:00 PM Floating Pumpkin Patch & Carnival At Bret Harte Aquatic Center Oct 28th
06:00 PM Make Plans For Phantom of the Opera at Ironstone on October 28th
Sunday, Oct 29
All Day Fantastic Estate Sale
All Day Crossing California, Sierra to the Sea, October 8 through November 26 at Petroglyphe
Wednesday, Nov 1
All Day Overeaters Anonymous meeting
07:30 AM Good Morning Calaveras on November 1st with CHP Lieutenant Commander John Warren

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07/11/2017 - Freedom From Smoking Class Begins in July
Sonora, CA...Sonora Regional Medical Center is offering the American Lung Association’s Freedom From Smoking® course beginning July 11. Classes will meet at Pulmonary Rehabilitation, located at 19747 Greenley Road, each Tuesday from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. for seven weeks. Freedom From Smoking provides a supportive group environment where adults work through the quitting process together with guidance from a respiratory therapist. According to the American Lung Association, “Research has proven that the more time a smoker spends in a supportive situation, the more likely he or she is to succeed. People who use [Freedom From Smoking] are six times more likely to be smoke-free one year later than those who quit on their own.”



Class participants will learn about:
Medicines that can help you stop smoking
Lifestyle changes that make quitting easier
Preparing for Quit Day
Managing stress
Avoiding weight gain
Developing a new self-image
How to stay smoke-free for good

This class is covered by most private insurance and Medicare. For those without insurance or whose insurance does not cover the class, scholarships and discounts are available.

Are you ready to quit? Take the quiz at http://www.freedomfromsmoking.org/take-the-quiz/ and find out. For more information or to register for the course, please call 209-536-3726.
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About Sonora Regional Medical Center / Adventist Health Sonora
Sonora Regional Medical Center is a not-for-profit 152-bed health care facility including 72 acute beds, 12 swing beds, 68 skilled nursing beds and a large network of clinics, owned and operated by Adventist Health in Roseville, California. In addition to emergency and acute care services, other Sonora Regional Medical Center services include advanced cardiac care, cancer center, diagnostic imaging, home health, hospice, intensive care, obstetrics, rural health, surgical services, wellness center, wound care and hyperbaric oxygen, and over 20 primary care, urgent care and specialty clinics. The Medical Center provided care for 156,455 outpatient visits, 88,427 diagnostic imaging tests, 29,282 home care visits, 30,380 emergency department visits, and 4,433 hospital discharges in 2016. Staffed by over 180 physicians, 1,493 employees, and 121 volunteers, Sonora Regional Medical Center is the largest private employer in Tuolumne County. For more information about the Medical Center visit www.sonoramedicalcenter.org.

About Adventist Health
Adventist Health is a faith-based, nonprofit integrated health system serving more than 75 communities in California, Hawaii, Oregon and Washington. Our workforce of 32,900 includes more than 23,600 employees; nearly 5,000 medical staff physicians; and 4,350 volunteers. Founded on Seventh-day Adventist heritage and values, Adventist Health provides compassionate care in 20 hospitals, more than 260 clinics (hospital-based, rural health and physician clinics), 15 home care agencies, seven hospice agencies and four joint-venture retirement centers. In addition, the Adventist Health Plan serves patients in Kings County. Visit AdventistHealth.org for more information.
09/24/2017 - 4th Annual Angels Camp Gold Run
5K/10K Run
1 mile kids fun run before the race. Activities, food & fun after at the Utica Park
06/14/2017 - Elder Empowerment Conference On June 14th At Black Oak
Sonora, CA...You are invited to attend the Elder Empowerment Conference scheduled for Wednesday, June 14th from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm at The Hotel & Conference Center at Black Oak Casino Resort. This information filled free event will feature Dr. Patrick Arbore, founder and director of the Center for Elderly Suicide Prevention and Grief Related Services, a program of the Institute on Aging and Wilson Wewa, prominent member, spiritual leader, and oral historian of the Northern Paiute Tribe of Oregon and member of the Confederated Tribe of the Warm Springs Reservation. Well versed in elder empowerment, both speakers will offer a wealth of information to those in attendance!


Afternoon topics, facilitated by local experts, will include Internet Scams and Financial Safety; Medication Safety and Wellness; and a special presentation by Lt. Jarrod Pippin from the Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Department.

The conference will include booths with local agency information, a continental breakfast, and lunch. Tuolumne County Behavioral Health will provide continuing education units.

Doors will open at 8:00 am for check-in and the Conference will begin at 9:00 with guest speakers and informative presentations.

Proud sponsors of this year’s Conference include Adventist Health Sonora; Area 12 Agency on Aging; Black Oak Casino Resort; CalTel Communications; Mark Twain Medical Center; The Mother Lode Office of Catholic Charities; and Michael D. Scherer, DMD, MS, APC. Tuolumne County Adult Protective Services; Tuolumne Band of Me Wuk Indians Elders and Social Services Programs; Tuolumne County Behavioral Health; and Tuolumne County District Attorney’s Office & Victim Witness are also proud sponsors.

Seating is limited and reservations for the Conference are required. To make reservations or for more information please call The Mother Lode Office of Catholic Charities at 532-7632.
06/25/2017 - University of Texas Students to Bicycle 4000 miles to Support Cancer Care
Murphys CA...Texas 4000 Riders to Meet Cancer Patients. The Mark Twain Cancer Center will welcome the Texas 4000 to beautiful downtown Murphys Park on the afternoon of Sunday, June 25th. This peloton of University of Texas student/athletes will pedal the brutal 4000 miles from Austin, Texas to Anchorage, Alaska to support cancer awareness and prevention. The welcome celebration will include the rider’s sharing tales of their adventure with the audience, and connecting with current oncology patients. Included are a bar-b-que, and music by the LavaCats starting at 3 PM. For information, call the Mark Twain Cancer Center at 209-754-9670.



Founded in 2003, Texas 4000 is the longest annual charity bike ride in the world. Pedaling
more than 4,000 miles, Texas 4000 is a journey that takes grit, determination, and support
– that’s why we think of it as a metaphor for the fight against cancer.

Texas 4000 is a community of cancer fighters. We are comprised of student riders,
volunteers and community supporters. All members of Texas 4000 are passionate about
fighting cancer. Through fundraising, educating, and volunteering we strive to
spread hope to those fighting cancer.

The Texas 4000 family also consists of those who support our cause, including our
board of directors, sponsors and partners, countless host families, donors, and
volunteers who help make the annual Texas 4000 ride from Austin, Texas to Anchorage,
Alaska a reality every year.

Texas 4000 is dedicated to fighting cancer by sharing HOPE, KNOWLEDGE, and
CHARITY. We cultivate the next generation to lead the fight against cancer through
our cornerstone event, a more than 4,000 mile bike ride from Austin to Anchorage.

We share HOPE by letting those touched by cancer know that people like us are riding
for them and are determined to eliminate the disease. We share KNOWLEDGE by
bringing life-saving information about cancer prevention to communities large and
small. We share CHARITY by making a commitment to support cancer research and
lead the charge in overcoming cancer. Our goal is to ensure our fundraising dollars are
donated to the most effective initiatives towards fighting cancer.

Over the past fourteen years, Texas 4000 has proudly raised more than $7.2 million for
the fight against cancer.


ROUTE DESCRIPTION
Created in 2004, the Sierra route traverses the southwestern desert climates of West Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Utah, and Nevada before heading north up the California, Oregon, and Washington coasts and into British Columbia and the Yukon before finally reaching Alaska. The route stops in large cities, small towns, and national parks along the way, including: Santa Fe, NM; Zion National Park, UT; South Lake Tahoe, CA; San Francisco, CA; Portland, OR; Seattle, WA; Vancouver, BC; Prince George, BC; and Whitehorse, YT. The Sierra route was one of the two original routes that were created when Texas 4000 was founded in 2004.


  • Day 0 (6.02): Cedar Park, TX
  • Day 1 (6.03): Lampasas, TX
  • Day 2 (6.04): Brownwood, TX
  • Day 3 (6.05): Snyder, TX
  • Day 4 (6.06): Lubbock, TX
  • Day 5 (6.07): Clovis, NM
  • Day 6 (6.08): Santa Rosa, NM
  • Day 7 (6.09): Santa Fe, NM
  • Day 8 (6.10): VMR, NM
  • Day 9 (6.11): VMR,NM
  • Day 10 (6.12): Pagosa Springs, CO
  • Day 11 (6.13): Farmington, NM
  • Day 11 (6.14): Bluff, UT
  • Day 13 (6.15): Kayenta, AZ
  • Day 14 (6.16): Page, AZ
  • Day 15 (6.17): Zion National Park, UT
  • Day 16 (6.18): Zion National Park, UT
  • Day 17 (6.19): Caliente, NV
  • Day 18 (6.20): Rachel, NV
  • Day 19 (6.21): Tonopah, NV
  • Day 20 (6.22): Bishop, CA
  • Day 21 (6.23): Lee Vining, CA
  • Day 22 (6.24): Yosemite National Park, CA
  • Day 23 (6.25): Murphy's, CA
  • Day 24 (6.26): South Lake Tahoe, CA
  • Day 25 (6.27): South Lake Tahoe, CA
  • Day 26 (6.28): Placerville, CA
  • Day 27 (6.29): Davis, CA
  • Day 28 (6.30): Napa, CA
  • Day 29 (7.01): San Francisco, CA
  • Day 30 (7.02): San Francisco, CA
  • Day 31 (7.03): Cloverdale, CA
  • Day 32 (7.04): Fort Bragg, CA
  • Day 33 (7.05): Redway, CA
  • Day 34 (7.06): Eureka, CA
  • Day 35 (7.07): Redwood National Park, CA
  • Day 36 (7.08): Crescent City, CA
  • Day 37 (7.09): Grant Pass, OR
  • Day 38 (7.10): Crater Lake National Park, OR
  • Day 39 (7.11): Roseburg, OR
  • Day 40 (7.12): Coos Bay, OR
  • Day 41 (7.13): Coos Bay, OR
  • Day 42 (7.14): Florence, OR
  • Day 43 (7.15): Lincoln City, OR
  • Day 44 (7.16): Portland, OR
  • Day 45 (7.17): Mossyrock, WA
  • Day 46 (7.18): Mount Rainier National Park, WA
  • Day 47 (7.19): Olympia, WA
  • Day 48 (7.20): Seattle, WA
  • Day 49 (7.21): Seattle, WA
  • Day 50 (7.22): Anacortes, WA
  • Day 51 (7.23): Vancouver, BC
  • Day 52 (7.24): Vancouver, BC
  • Day 53 (7.25): Whistler, BC
  • Day 54 (7.26): Lillooet, BC
  • Day 55 (7.27): Prince George, BC
  • Day 56 (7.28): Prince George, BC
  • Day 57 (7.29): Fraser Lake, BC
  • Day 58 (7.30): Telkwa, BC
  • Day 59 (7.31): Johnsons Crossing, BC
  • Day 60 (8.01): Whitehorse, YT
  • Day 61 (8.02): Whitehorse, YT
  • Day 62 (8.03): Haines Junction, YT
  • Day 63 (8.04): Burwash Landing, YT
  • Day 64 (8.05): Beaver Creek, YT
  • Day 65 (8.06): Tok, AK
  • Day 66 (8.07): Chistochina, AK
  • Day 67 (8.08): Glennallen, AK
  • Day 68 (8.09): Nelchina, AK
  • Day 69 (8.10): Wasilla, AK
  • Day 70 (8.11): Anchorage, AK
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