Andrew Pence, left, president of Oakhurst Sierra Rotary Club, hands over a check for $5,200 to Bob Macaulay, president of the board for the Boys & Girls Club of Oakhurst at a recent Rotary meeting. The $5,200, which will go to the club’s general operations, was raised through the annual Evening at Erna’s fundraiser at Erna’s Elderberry House.
Andrew Pence, left, president of Oakhurst Sierra Rotary Club, hands over a check for $5,200 to Bob Macaulay, president of the board for the Boys & Girls Club of Oakhurst at a recent Rotary meeting. The $5,200, which will go to the club’s general operations, was raised through the annual Evening at Erna’s fundraiser at Erna’s Elderberry House. The Sierra Star Mark Evan Smith
Andrew Pence, left, president of Oakhurst Sierra Rotary Club, hands over a check for $5,200 to Bob Macaulay, president of the board for the Boys & Girls Club of Oakhurst at a recent Rotary meeting. The $5,200, which will go to the club’s general operations, was raised through the annual Evening at Erna’s fundraiser at Erna’s Elderberry House. The Sierra Star Mark Evan Smith

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