Community Calendar week of Oct 27

October 26, 2016 - garden totes

BINGO

Coarsegold Community Center Bingo: Mondays: doors open 10 a.m., initial diversion 12 noon; Wednesday evenings doors open 5:30 p.m., initial diversion 6:30 p.m.; 3rd Saturday of a month doors open 10 a.m., initial diversion 12:15 p.m.; bingo and burgers on Saturday. Community Center, 35610 Hwy. 41, Oakhurst. Details: Joe (559) 683-7953.

Senior Center Bingo: 12 noon Every Thursday and First dual Saturdays; 49111 Cinder Lane – behind a Community Center, Oakhurst. Details: (559) 658-2200.

Vision Academy – Senior Center: 12 noon Fourth and Fifth Saturdays; Scholarship account raiser for Vision Academy of a Arts. 49111 Cinder Lane – behind a Community Center, Oakhurst. Details: Sheila Adams (559) 642-4329.

BUSINESS NETWORKING

MAMA – Mountain Area Merchant Association: 6 p.m. First Wednesday; join other merchants to plead compelling internal area business. Crab Cakes Restaurant, 49271 Golden Oak Loop, Oakhurst. Free. Details: Colette Goga (559) 683-7977.

Women in Business – sponsored by a Oakhurst Area Chamber of Commerce: Noon Second Thursday; networking with business leaders, owners and managers. Call for plcae and schedule, Oakhurst. Details: (559) 683-7766, oakhurstchamber.com.

CAR CLUBS

Southern High Sierra Corvettes: 6 p.m. amicable hour, assembly starts during 7 p.m. First Wednesday; southernhighsierracorvettes.com. Crab Cakes Restaurant, 49271 Golden Oak Loop, Oakhurst. Details: Gary Nolan (559) 877-7766.

CLUBS

North Fork Women’s Club: 10 a.m. First Wednesday; grant appropriation for women. Mill Site assembly room, 57839 Road 225, North Fork. Details: (559) 877-6554.

Sierra Mountain Quilters Association: 6 p.m. First Thursday; Oakhurst Community Center, 39800 Road 425B, Oakhurst. Details: sierramountainquilters.org.

La Sierra Guild of Valley Children’s Hospital: 1 p.m. Second Wednesday; Lutheran Church, Crane Valley Road (426) and Black Road, Oakhurst. Details: Patty Spinelli email : pspinelli4@yahoo.com.

Coarsegold 4-H Meeting: 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. second (except Jul and August) Thursday; refreshments available. Community Center, 35610 Hwy. 41, Coarsegold. Details: Pat (559) 683-5149.

Oakhurst Democratic Club: 8:30 a.m. breakfast, assembly starts during 9:30 a.m. First Saturday; On Oct. 1 a special query orator will be Beth Pratt-Bergstrom, California executive of a National Wildlife Federation. She will be deliberating her career traffic with a energetic between humans and animals in California and presenting highlights from her new book, “When Mountain Lions Area Neighbors.” Denny’s – 40650 Hwy. 41, Oakhurst. Details: (559) 641-6617.

DANCING

Gold Dust Dancers – Square Line Dancing: 6 p.m. Wednesdays; line dancing 6-7 p.m., concession $2 per week. Square dance category during 7 p.m. concession $5 a week. Community Center, 39800 Road 425B, Oakhurst. golddustdancers.com. Details: (559) 692-2145 or (559) 868-3319.

ETC.

Baha’i’s of a Mountain Area: 7 p.m. Third Wednesday of a month ; contention on topics: Elimination of Prejudice, Life after Death, Equality of Men and Women. Yosemite Bank village room, Oakhurst. Details: Don Reed (559) 683-7702 or www.bahai.us.

Jazzercise: 5:30 a.m. – 6:30 a.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday ; Community Center, 35610 Hwy. 41, Coarsegold. Details: Gerri (559) 641-8570.

Community Meal : 5:30 p.m. Wednesdays; Whittenburg Hall, reduce level. New Community United Methodist Church, 49223 Crane Valley Road (426), Oakhurst. www.newcommunityumc.net. Details: (559) 683-2652.

Writing in a Library: 3 – 4 p.m. Every Monday ; Join us and Write! Library Community Room, 49044 Civic Circle Dr., Oakhurst. Details: (209) 769-1880.

Low-Cost Vaccinations: 10 a.m. – noon Third Saturday; move your bushy felines and cuddly canines to accept low-cost vaccinations. This is offering a third Saturday of any month by November. Oakhurst Feed Pet Supply, Hwy. 49, Oakhurst. Details: (559) 683-7977..

Join a Adventure with a Former Missionary to China : Oct 16 – 31, 2017. See China with Father Joel Davadilla ; revisit a Great Wall of China in Beijing, a Panda sanctuary, Terra Cota warriors in Xian and a 4 day journey on a yellow stream and most more. 5 Star hotel, food, airfare turn outing from San Francisco. All thorough $3,100 per chairman (not enclosed cost of a visa focus to enter China.) Leave from Our Lady of a Sierra Parish, Oakhurst. See a full Itinerary during a church office. Details: (559) 642-3452.

Election Watch during a Republican Election Headquarters: 6 p.m. Tuesday, Nov 8; Bring a potluck plate to share or minister towards pizza. 49333 Road 426 during School Road, Oakhurst. Details: RSVP (559) 760-0880 or email during originalhealth@sti.net.

Madera Mariposa County Schools’ Job Faire: 2 – 6 p.m. Wednesday, Nov 9; Employers will partisan for several positions, such as: teachers, ecclesiastic staff, clergyman assistants, custodians, counselors and train drivers to name a few. Local colleges and universities will attend to showcase their programs. Dress to stir and move your resume. 1105 S. Madera Ave., Madera. Free, Pre-register during https://goo.gl/8tbdvM. Details: jobfair@maderacoe.us.

241st Birthday of a USMC : 5 p.m. amicable hour Thursday, Nov 10; Griswold Mountain Detachment of a Marine Corps League sponsoring this event. Dinner and dancing to follow 6 p.m. cake slicing and champagne toast. RSVP by Oct. 26. email: cap_1@sti.net. ECCO, 43803 Hwy. 41, Oakhurst. $35. Details: Ralph Capone (559) 642-6033.

FOOD BANK

Coarsegold Historic Village: 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. Second Tuesday; fresh, perishable food and other items. Some dishes have boundary so adequate for everyone. Bring bags with you. 35300 Hwy. 41, Coarsegold. Free. Details: (559) 237-3663.

North Fork – Grace Community Church: 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. Fourth Tuesday; fresh, perishable food and other items. Some dishes have boundary so adequate for everyone. Bring bags with you. 56442 Road 200, North Fork. Free. Details: (559) 237-3663.

Our Lady of a Sierra: 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. Third Tuesday; fresh, perishable food and other items. Some dishes have boundary so there might not be adequate for everyone. Bring bags with you. 40180 Indian Springs Road, Oakhurst. Free. Details: (559) 237-3663.

Raymond Community Church: 9 a.m.- 12 p.m. First Tuesday; uninformed and perishable food and other items. Some dishes have boundary so adequate for everyone. Bring bags with you. Community Church – 325505 Road 600, Raymond. Free. Details: (559) 237-3663.

FUN GAMES

Oakhurst Petanque Club: 9 a.m. Saturdays; www.oakhurstpetanque.org. Behind Oakhurst Elementary School on School Road (427), Oakhurst. Free. Details: Tish (559) 683-6540.

Play Bridge: 10 a.m. Mondays and Thursdays ; United Methodist Church, Whittenburg Hall, 49223 Road 426, Oakhurst. Details: Paul (559) 658-8952.

FUNDRAISERS

Pancake Breakfast : 7 – 11 a.m. Last Saturday of a month ; All we can eat pancakes and eggs or biscuits and gravy. Community Center, 35610 Hwy. 41, Coarsegold. $5. Details: Joe (559) 683-1443.

Spaghetti cooking – Our Lady of a Sierra : 5 – 7 p.m. First Friday; monthly cooking prepared by a Knights of Columbus. All we can eat includes salad, bread, dessert and beverage. 40180 Indian Springs Road, Oakhurst. $7.50 adults, girl 18 and underneath $4, families $20. Details: (559) 760-7406.

Book Sale by FOBL : 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov 5; – Friends of a Oakhurst Branch Library, deduction advantage a Oakhurst Branch Library. Library Community Room, 49044 Civic Circle Dr., Oakhurst. $3 for a bag. Details: (559) 683-7552, oakhurstfobl.com.

“Taters and Table Luncheon, Raffle Table Setting and ‘Bling’ Contest” – MCW – Mountain Community Women: 10:30 a.m. Monday, Nov 7; Vote for your choice of a best list setting, good raffle prizes to win, Bling Contest, all deduction advantage a village center. Community Center on Road 425B, Oakhurst. tickets $15. Details: Marilyn (559) 642-2766.

GARDENING

Mountain Laurel Garden Club: 10 a.m. First Friday; accommodate during members homes, in a Mountain Area. Details: Cheryl (559) 683-4079.

Manzanita Garden Club: 10 a.m. Second Thursday; Come join us, we accommodate in members homes. Nov program: hands on plan creation plant makers with clay. accommodate during members homes, Oakhurst. Details: Catana Hawkins (559) 683-0855.

MCW Green Thumbs meeting: 9:30 p.m. Monday, Nov 14; Guest orator Bonnie Bladen of Intermountain Nursery on Native Plant Gardening. Community Center, 39800 Road 425B, Pavilion building, Oakhurst. free. Details: Patty (559) 642-3568.

HOLIDAY BOUTIQUE

“Ladies of a Lakes” : 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov 5; Free convey from a top parking lot. Great Holiday selling ,lots of vendors, artist and crafters. Also, prohibited dogs, sodas and Bake Sale. High School Scholarship Raffle fundraiser. YLP Club House, YLP Coarsegold. Details: Jean Cosby at: jjonrevis@gmail.com.

Annual Christmas Boutique: 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov 12; Luncheon $15, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m., Raffle sketch between 2 – 3 p.m., grand prize, lots of gifts and prizes, baked products and candy. Yosemite Lakes Community Church, 43840 Patrick Ave., Coarsegold.

Our Lady of a Sierra Women’s Guild: 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov 12; qualification items, cookie walk, doorway prizes. Many vendors, nominal refreshments while browsing. Soup and salad lunch for 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.. Parish Hall, 40180 Indian Springs Road, Oakhurst. Lunch $5. Details: (559) 683-3901.

15th Annual Christmas Boutique – Christ Church: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and luncheon from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov 19; Christ Church Women presents domestic jewelry, list linens, knitted items, selling totes as good as a famous towering mustard and jalapeno jellies. ECCO, 43803 Hwy. 41, Oakhurst. Luncheon tickets $8, sole in allege only. Details: Patsy (559) 642-6913.

HOLIDAY EVENTS

Halloween Party: 3 – 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct 29; for children of all ages. Games, food, fun, dress contest, crater cake travel and more. Community Center, 35540 Hwy. 41, Coarsegold. Admission: 1 bag of candy per family. Details: (559) 683-7953.

Trunk – N – Treat: 5 – 7 p.m. Monday, Oct 31; Sponsored by a Oakhurst Chamber of Commerce and College Center. Community College Center parking lot on Crane Valley Road (426) and Civic Circle Drive, Oakhurst. Free. Details: (559) 683-3940 or email: annie.graham@scccd.edu.

MEETINGS

TOPS (take off pounds sensibly): 10:30 a.m. Mondays; Weight support group. Promise Land bldg., Sierra Vista Presbyterian Church, 39696 Hwy. 41, Oakhurst. Details: Val Stocker (559) 760-1177.

Oakhurst Elks Lodge – 2724 : 7 p.m. Second and Fourth Tuesdays; Elks Lodge, 42484 Hwy. 41, Oakhurst. Details: (559) 683-2717.

Tea Party Action assembly Oakhurst – Coarsegold : 6:30 p.m. Third Tuesday; centralvalleyteaparty.com. Yosemite Gateway Inn Restaurant during Best Western, 40530 Hwy. 41, Oakhurst. Details: (559) 642-4921 or matp@sti.net.

Oakhurst Women’s Fellowship: Noon, First Wednesday; speakers, music, doorway prizes and fun. Sweetwater Steak House, Hwy. 41, Oakhurst. $11 inclusive. Details: (559) 642-4872.

Sierra Lodge – Free and Accepted Masons – 788: 6 p.m. First Wednesday; dinners – 3rd Friday of any month. 40216 Hwy. 49, Oakhurst. Details: Darren Stearns (559) 642-4513.

Mountain Bear Fan Club: 11:30 a.m. Third Thursday; , . Details: (559) 683-1111.

Woodcarvers – Central Sierra Woodcarvers: 12 p.m. Thursdays; beginners to advanced. Tools available. Senior Center, 49111 Cinder Lane, Oakhurst. Free. Details: Larry Smith (559) 906-4198, email woodtat@icloud.com.

Madera Oversight Coalition General Meeting (MOC): 6 p.m. Second Monday; a idea is to surprise a open and plead county far-reaching issues that can cost us all income ($) and inspire obliged growth. Library Community Room, 49044 Civic Circle Dr., Oakhurst. info@moc1.org. Details: (559) 868-4400.

North Fork Rancheria TANF Executive Board : 5 p.m. Fourth Thursday; meetings theme to change, call to endorse date and location. , North Fork. Details: Vicki Kelley (559) 877-2461.

Coarsegold Resource Conservation District: 9 a.m. Fourth Thursday; North Fork Mill site on Road 225, CDC Conference Room, North Fork. Details: (559) 642-3263.

La Sierra Guild of Valley Children’s Hospital: 1 p.m. Second Wednesday; Lutheran Church, Crane Valley Road (426) and Black Road, Oakhurst. Details: Patty Spinelli email : pspinelli4@yahoo.com.

Oakhurst Sewer Advisory – MD22A: 8:30 a.m. First Wednesday; deliberating Oakhurst Sewer and Water issues. Raley’s Community Room, Hwy 41 and Hwy 49, Oakhurst. Details: (559) 683-5757.

Madera Regional Water Management Group: 1:30 p.m. Second Monday; deliberating all H2O issues in Madera County. rotating locations, Oakhurst. Details: and plcae (559) 642-7788.

Oakhurst Democratic Club – : 8:30 a.m. breakfast, assembly starts during 9:30 a.m. First Saturday; Nov. 5 Madera County District Attorney David Linn will prominence this months assembly with “Holiday Hazards – Scouting Out Seasonal Scams, Schemes and Scoundrels in Madera County.” Also represented is Senior Deputy District Attorney John Baker who specializes in several assignments for a county including gangs, domestic violence, elder abuse, carnage and other critical transgression cases. Denny’s – 40650 Hwy. 41, Oakhurst. Details: (559) 641-6617.

LDS – Family History Center: Tuesday – Friday 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.; Wednesday dusk 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. ; Genealogical Research. LDS Church, 49969 School Road (427), Oakhurst. Free Genealogy class. Details: kab@sti.net or (559) 683-8878.

MCW – Mountain Community Women : Social during 9:30 and assembly starts during 10 a.m. First Monday of any month ; Community Center on Road 425B, Oakhurst. Details: Kathy Posey (559) 641-6572 or mountaincommunitywomen.com.

Men’s Breakfast: 8:30 a.m. First Saturday; Great food, song and fellowship. Sierra Pines Church, 40855 Covey Court, Highway 49, Oakhurst. $5 donation. First timers eat free..

Free Pizza for KOMB supporters: 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct 27; members, supporters, contributors, and volunteers, past and present, will be treated to a giveaway pizza and non-alcoholic beverages. Round Table Pizza, Von’s Center, Oakhurst. Free. Details: RSVP komb4emc@gmail.com or Sandee Scott (559) 760-1058.

MUSIC

Voices of a Sierra : 2 p.m. First and Third Sundays; a section of a Threshold Choir that sings physical songs of comfort to those nearby a finish of their life. Sierra Senior Center, 49111 Cinder Lane, Oakhurst. Details: (559) 345-5034.

Western Gospel Service – Cowboy Church: 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov 13; Tim Johnson – fiddler, Cliff Neufeld – piano, Eddie Guzman -guitar and harmonica. Great Western Gospel music. Lutheran Church, Crane Valley Road (426) and Black Road, Oakhurst.

The Boys are Back – The Cow-Boys that is! – Cowboy Church: 4 p.m. Sundays; Tim Johnson – fiddler, Cliff Neufeld – piano, Eddie Guzman -guitar and harmonica. Great Western Gospel music. Lutheran Church, Crane Valley Road (426) and Black Road, Oakhurst.

OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES

5K and 1 Mile Veterans Day Run – Raymond Knowles School: 9 a.m. Friday, Nov 11; Proceeds advantage a Fisher House Foundation. Early registration until 11/3, late registration until 11/9. Participants will be splashed with red and blue color. Raymond-Knowles Elementary School, 31828 Road 600, Raymond. Register early*: Ages 5-13 $10, ages 14 and adult $20 (prices boost $5 after 11/4). Details: RKS (559)689-3336, Register during http://bit.ly/RKSveteranrun.

PUBLIC FORUMS

Health Coach Training for Diabetes and Hypertension Management: 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. Every Wednesday solely Thanksgiving week in Nov ; The Madera County Public Health Department invites we to attend. This 4 day array of trainings provides information for healthy lifestyles and health goals. Oakhurst Medical Group, 40232 Junction Drive, Oakhurst. Free. Details: Eliana (559) 675-7893 ext. 428.

Town Hall Meeting with Supervisor Tom Wheeler – Oakhurst: 6 – 8 p.m. Thursday, Nov 10; Contact Supervisor Wheeler with any questions or revisit www.madera-county.com/supervisors/wheeler.html. Community Center, 39800 Road 425B, Oakhurst. Details: (559) 662-6050.

SCOUTS

Boy Scout Troop – 316: 6:30 p.m. Mondays; boys ages 11 (or in 6th grade) to 17. Sierra Vista Presbyterian Church, 39696 Hwy. 41, Oakhurst. Details: George Stillman (559) 642-7683.

Boy Scout Troop – 357: 7 p.m. Mondays; boys ages 11 (or in 6th grade) to 17. Scout Building, North Fork. Details: Dave Smith (559) 877-2186.

Cub Scout Troop 314: 6 p.m. Tuesdays; boys ages 6 to 10 (1st – 5th grade) Rivergold School, Coarsegold. Details: Den Leader Tim McGrew (559) 760-3369.

Boy Scout Troop – 341: 6:30 p.m. Wednesdays; boys ages 11 (or 6th grade) to 17. Oak Creek Intermediate (OCI), Oakhurst. www.bsaoaktroop341.org. Details: Ben Kenison (559) 676-2335.

Royal Rangers – Outpost 242: Wednesdays; boys ages 5-18. Mountain Christian Center, 40299 Hwy. 49, Oakhurst. Details: Andy Clendenning (559) 683-8760.

Cub Scout Pack – 341: 6 p.m. Last Thursday; boys ages 6 to 10 (1st – 5th grade) weekly Den locations vary, Oakhurst. Details: Larry Jeffries (559) 658-5292.

SELF-HELP GROUPS

Alanon: Tuesday 6 p.m. and Friday noon; New Community United Methodist Church, 49223 Crane Valley Road (426), Oakhurst. Details: (559) 683-1166.

Alanon: 7 p.m. Mondays; Yosemite Lakes Park Community Church, 43840 Patrick Avenue, Module #2, YLP Coarsegold. Details: (559) 683-1166.

Celebrate Recovery: 5:45 p.m. cooking and 6:30 p.m. assembly Tuesdays; find leisure from your hurts, hang-ups and habits. North Fork Christian Center, North Fork. Details: (559) 877-4251.

Alcoholics Anonymous : meetings in all towering areas daily ; , Oakhurst. Details: visit: oakhurstaa.org, (559) 683-1662.

SENIOR PROGRAMS

Coarsegold – Senior Nutrition Program: 11:30 a.m. Monday – Friday ; to sequence lunch, call by noon a prior week day. Community Center, Coarsegold. $1.75 seniors 60 plus, guest $4.50. Details: Jeri (559) 683-7953.

North Fork – Senior Nutrition Program: 11:30 a.m. Monday-Friday ; to sequence lunch, call by noon a prior week day. Community Center, North Fork. $1.75 seniors 60 plus, guest $4.50. Details: Jamie Flippen (559) 877-2346.

Oakhurst – Senior Nutrition Program: 11:30 a.m. Monday-Friday ; . Sierra Senior Center, 49111 Cinder Lane, Oakhurst. $1.75 seniors 60 plus, guest $4.50. Details: Brendan Drew (559) 683-3811.

Caregiver Respite Group : 9:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Tuesdays; take a mangle while your (alzheimers/dementia/elderly/disabled) family member enjoys a structured day of activities, socialization and personal care. Sierra Senior Center, 49111 Cinder Lane, Oakhurst. $15 includes lunch. Details: Jennie (559) 658-8227 or Barbara (559) 683-6474.

SERVICE CLUBS

Oakhurst Sierra Sunrise Rotary Club: 7 a.m. Tuesdays; Yosemite Gateway Restaurant during Best Western, Hwy. 41, Oakhurst. Details: President Jackie Mallouf (559) 683-6832.

Sierra Oakhurst Kiwanis: Noon Tuesdays; Yosemite Gateway Inn Restaurant during Best Western, 40530 Hwy. 41, Oakhurst. Details: Vicki Burkhalter (559) 683-5854.

Bass Lake Lions: 11:30 a.m. Second and Fourth Wednesdays; President Chris Baker Ducey’s Restaurant, Bass Lake. Details: basslakelions.org.

Oakhurst Sierra Rotary: Noon Wednesdays; Yosemite Gateway Restaurant during Best Western, Hwy. 41, Oakhurst. Details: President Dr. Bob Brosi.

Sierra Lions Club: 6 p.m. First and Third Wednesdays; President Don Keifer. Denny’s – 40530 Hwy. 41, Oakhurst. Details: sierralionsclub.org.

Soroptimist International of a Sierras: 12 noon, First and Third Thursdays; Crab Cakes Restaurant, 49271 Golden Oak Loop, Oakhurst. Details: President Dannie Forbes during SISierra@Soroptimist.net.

SINGLES

Senior Singles Dining Club – 55+: 5 p.m. Second Thursday; Nov. 10th during El Cid Mexican Restaurant, 41939 Hwy. 41. Dinner during a opposite internal grill any month, Oakhurst. Details: Reservations (559) 760-8372.

SUPPORT GROUPS

Helping Hands Pregnancy and Parenting Center: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., Monday – Thursday ; pregnancy exam and parenting classes. Earn Baby Bucks to emporium in a boutique. Mon – Thurs. 10-4 p.m. 40356 Oak Park Way, Suite A B, Oakhurst. Free. Details: Kenya (559) 642-2229.

Chronic Illness Group: 10 a.m. First and Third Thursday; anyone pang from ongoing illness including cancer, diabetes, Fibromyalgia, I.B.S. or ongoing behind pain. 3rd Thursday any month will use Tai Chi. Lutheran Church, 39255 Black Road, Oakhurst. Details: Mary Nelsen (559) 658-1394.

PFLAG: 6 -8 p.m. Second Tuesday; PFlag is a nonprofit classification for parents, friends of lesbian and gays. Offering support and preparation for all individuals. Community Room, 49044 Civic Circle, Oakhurst. Free. Details: Jennifer Rogers (559) 760-8701.

Mommy Time – Support: 1:30 – 3 p.m. (Doors open during 1 p.m.) First Wednesday; support, information and preparation for moms and moms-to-be. Sponsored by Natural Instincts Community Birth Collective. North Fork Studio, North Fork. Free. Details: Jenny (559) 240-4370.

Alzheimer’s Disease/Dementia by Valley Caregiver Resource Center: 10 – 11:30 a.m. Second and Fourth Tuesdays; support organisation for people caring for persons with Alzheimer’s or dementia. Lutheran Church, 39255 Black Road, Oakhurst. Free. Details: (800) 541-8614 or Carol (559) 683-4045.

Gambling Problems – Free Counseling: sessions offering Monday – Saturday; do we or someone we know have a gambling problem? Individual or family conversing is accessible with an certified diagnosis provider, lerned by a bureau of Problem Gambling and UCLA. , Oakhurst. Free. Details: Licensed Clinician, David Johnson (559) 707-9212.

VETERANS ACTIVITIES

Caring Veterans of America: 9 a.m. Second Wednesday; Hitching Post – Hwy. 49, Ahwahnee. Details: Commander Terry Cole (559) 658-8939.

American Legion – Post 110: 6 p.m. dinner, 7 p.m. unchanging meeting. Third Thursday; Community Center, 35610 Hwy. 41, Coarsegold. Details: (559) 683-1215.

Marine Corps League, Griswold Mountain Detachment – 1121: 9:30 a.m. Second Saturday; 40045 Indian Springs Road, Oakhurst. Details: Jim Winney (559) 658-2062.

VFW Post 8743: 11 a.m. Second Saturday; Positive Living Center, 40056 Indian Springs Road, Oakhurst. Details: Gary Powell (559) 658-5182.

VOLUNTEER GROUPS

EMC – SPCA: 5:30 p.m. Second Tuesday; if we adore animals and would like to help. The Cat’s Meow, 40315 Junction Dr. Suite C, Oakhurst. Details: (559) 642-6611.

WORKSHOP

Health Coach Training: 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. Wednesday Nov. 2, 9, 16 and 30 ; Madera County Public Health Department invites we to a Diabetes and Hypertension government training program. Last day to register is Oct. 28. Oakhurst Medical Group Room, 40232 Junction Dr. during Hwy. 49, Oakhurst. Free. Details: Eliana Oropeza (559) 675-7893 or eliana.oropeza@co.madera.ca.gov.

D.S.I. and Life Coaching – Upcoming Workshop: “How to Promote Yourself and Your Stuff Online.”: 5:30 p.m. – 8 p.m. Monday, Nov 7; Light refreshments available. Membership signup accessible during event. Oakhurst Branch Library, Oakhurst. $25 for members and $30 for non-members.. Details: Eve Davidson (209)834-4695.

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