The Big Fall Flooring Sale At Pinnell's Carpet One! Let Us Cure Your Flooraphobia!!
Posted by: thepinetree on 10/11/2016 01:17 PM
Angels Camp & Sonora, CA....The Big Fall Flooring Sale is going on now at Pinnell's Carpet One! Let us cure your Flooraphobia!! “Do any of these faces look familiar?! When you visit Pinnell's, our team makes sure your project gets completed with the same care we would do to our own home! For 4 generations Pinnell's has been in the flooring industry and has been serving the tri-county area for over 40 years! We train and certify all of our in house installation team! Quality is what we do! Thank you for voting us Best of the Mother Lode since 2005!”
Lodi, CA...On October 5th 2016, thirty five Freshman attended the Greenhand Leadership Conference (GLC) at Lodi High School. The entire conference hosted 180 freshman students from nearby FFA chapters who got the chance to come together and learn about all of the different opportunities that FFA has to offer.
Jamestown, CA...The Tuolumne County Farm Bureau is hosting its 68th Annual Dinner and Meeting on Saturday, October 15, 2016 at the Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Posse Clubhouse at 19130 Rawhide Road, Jamestown. This year’s sponsor is State Fund.
Michael Nicholas Kriletich 1953-2016, Celebration Of Life September 24th!
Posted by: thepinetree on 09/12/2016 01:02 PM
Paloma, CA...Michael Kriletich was born in San Leandro, CA on February 10, 1953. He attended the seminary on Mt Diablo from age 14 to age 18. At 19 he met Diane Jenkins and 2 years later they were married. Together they formed a loving couple and tight team for over 41 years of marriage. Michael and Diane began their family along Wallace Creek, a remote canyon in the Santa Cruz Mountains. After their two sons, Sean and Wade were born, the family moved to Jackson and then, in 1985, to Paloma.
COUNTYWIDE – Calaveras Recovers, a long-term relief organization helping survivors of the 2015 Butte Fire, has received a generous, $22,000 donation from the congregation of Good Samaritan Community Covenant Church of Valley Springs. Another anonymous donor also privately contributed $100,000. “We studied and prayed where we should put our money,” said Jeff Jolliff, church Executive Board chairman for the Good Samaritan Church. “Calaveras Recovers is doing some amazing things that fit with where we wanted to see this money go.”
Allen Sender, Chairman of the Board of Calaveras Recovers, accepts a check from Jeff Jolliff, representing Good Samaritan Community Covenant Church.
Holistic Livestock Management and Fire Recovery Workshop
Posted by: thepinetree on 08/11/2016 04:06 PM
Ione, CA...On August 27, 2016 – 9am to 4 pm CalaverasGROWN’s Community & Forest Recovery Program is teaming up with the Jefferson Center for Holistic Management for a workshop at the Pope Ranch in Ione CA. The following topics will be covered: using livestock to heal land after fire, re-planning after fire burns feed supplies, using livestock as tools for reducing fuels, reading the land and identifying ecosystem processes, planned grazing to enhance ecosystem function and build drought-tolerant soils, planning for profit & peace of mind in a ranching or farming experience
Steve Cox & Paul De Baldo Honored For Their Service To Bret Harte Students
Posted by: thepinetree on 06/23/2016 08:00 AM
Angels Camp, CA...At their June 20th board meeting, Bret Harte Union High School District board member Gail Bunge presented this year's Parent/Community Volunteer Awards to Steve Cox and Paul De Baldo, both of Copperopolis. Nominated by retiring Agriculture teacher Roy Beck, Cox was recognized for his volunteer work with FFA and the Ag Department. Along with organizing and managing the See's candy fundraiser, Cox has been a regular figure at all of the Ag events, helping with planning, set-up, and clean-up. Cox spoke highly of FFA and how he wanted to give back something in appreciation for all the program has done for his daughter Amanda, a recent BH grad heading up to Chico to major in Agriculture Education.
Brice Stations's Hilltop Matures Into A Great Concert & Entertainment Venue
Posted by: thepinetree on 06/15/2016 12:37 PM
Murphys, CA...Brice Station's Hilltop Amphitheater has matured into a wonderful place to take in a concert, event or a play. We stopped by their Hilltop Concert Series last Saturday and was reminded by the soulful songs of Bill Welles how lucky we are to have a healthy and vibrant local music scene with some incredible performers. We are also blessed to have beautiful, peaceful and relaxing venues such as Brice Station to enjoy an evening out. There concert series continues on with the Little Fuller Band on June 25th, The Hot Dark on July 2nd, Patrice Pike on July 23rd. From July 29th to August 27th it is Shakespeare's As You Like It" on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. Concerts return on September 3rd with Edge Of The West and Chains Required finishes up on September 17th.