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    Community Calendar for 7/31/14 edition

    Upcoming Mountain Area events and activities

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    An artfully fun summer experience

    Mountain Area students danced, sang, and celebrated arts around the world by dabbling in a full spectrum of fine arts during three weeks of camps offered by Vision Academy of the Arts this summer. Each week-long camp culminated with a show for parents and friends.

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    Regal Regalia

    The largest fundraiser for the North Fork Sierra Mono Museum will be held 11 a.m. - 5 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 23 and 24 — the 44th annual Indian Fair Day Pow Wow — at the Recreation Center in North Fork.

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    Community News for 7/31/14 edition

    Fatality on Central Camp Road ~ Public workshop on area wood burning ~ Madera Fair entry deadline, Aug. 12 ~ Oakhurst Democratic Club meeting ~ Tenaya Lodge Job Fair ~ EMCSPCA shelter fund ~ Sweets for Feet

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    Church Directory - 7/31/14 edition of the Sierra Star

    Church services in the Mountain Area

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    Birds at leisure

    Coarsegold resident Jim Watson photographed this young Cooper's Hawk at his home, 20 feet from his front door. The bird had been in his yard for at least 48 hours with no adult bird in sight. A wildlife rescue volunteer provided Watson a small bag of frozen chicken parts that are used for rehabilitating...

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    Community News - 7/24/14 edition of the Sierra Star

    Library book sale ~ Oakhurst JC semester begins Aug. 11 ~ Congressman Tom McClintock in Oakhurst Aug. 4 ~ Alzheimer's/Dementia support group ~ Large development gets approval ~ Yosemite "rocks" learning series ~ Library hosts gardening event July 26 ~ Pet-friendly service ~ Shredding event ~ Community...

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    Public workshop on lead bullets

    The California Department of Fish and Wildlife will hold a public workshop 7-8:30 p.m., Tuesday, Aug. 12, at the Department of General Services Building, 2550 Mariposa Mall in Fresno, to discuss the implementation of the lead bullet ban.

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    Galloping for God

    Tony Monroe didn't own a horse and didn't even know how to ride when he had a vision 22 years ago. He saw himself sitting atop a horse, slowly sauntering through the streets. He wasn't sure what it meant and prayed for an answer.

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    New melodrama Saturday

    A traditional melodrama, "A Golden Fleecing," by R. Eugene Jackson, opens 7 p.m. Saturday night at the Golden Chain Theatre.

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