The Eastern Madera-Mariposa Counties Volunteer Organizations Active in Disaster (VOAD) is urging residents of Eastern Madera County to visit Mariposa on Aug. 9 for a little shopping and a meal in the wake of the disastrous Detwiler Fire. The one day event is being called “Neighbors Helping Neighbors.”
The Eastern Madera-Mariposa Counties Volunteer Organizations Active in Disaster (VOAD) is urging residents of Eastern Madera County to visit Mariposa on Aug. 9 for a little shopping and a meal in the wake of the disastrous Detwiler Fire. The one day event is being called “Neighbors Helping Neighbors.” Brian Wilkinson Sierra Star
The Eastern Madera-Mariposa Counties Volunteer Organizations Active in Disaster (VOAD) is urging residents of Eastern Madera County to visit Mariposa on Aug. 9 for a little shopping and a meal in the wake of the disastrous Detwiler Fire. The one day event is being called “Neighbors Helping Neighbors.” Brian Wilkinson Sierra Star

Supporting Mariposa with shopping, pub crawl, and more Aug. 9

August 07, 2017 03:03 PM

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