Pictured during a recent visit to the Oakhurst Library are, from left, USDA State Rural Development Director Anita Lopez, USDA Community Programs Specialist Andrew Jacobs, Madera County Grants & Special Projects Manager Bill Hayter, Mike Clower, contractor with Bright House Energy of Porterville, and Regional Director of USDA Modesto Rural Development Jose Guardado.
Pictured during a recent visit to the Oakhurst Library are, from left, USDA State Rural Development Director Anita Lopez, USDA Community Programs Specialist Andrew Jacobs, Madera County Grants & Special Projects Manager Bill Hayter, Mike Clower, contractor with Bright House Energy of Porterville, and Regional Director of USDA Modesto Rural Development Jose Guardado. Friends of the Oakhurst Library Submitted Photo
Pictured during a recent visit to the Oakhurst Library are, from left, USDA State Rural Development Director Anita Lopez, USDA Community Programs Specialist Andrew Jacobs, Madera County Grants & Special Projects Manager Bill Hayter, Mike Clower, contractor with Bright House Energy of Porterville, and Regional Director of USDA Modesto Rural Development Jose Guardado. Friends of the Oakhurst Library Submitted Photo

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