Friday, February 16, 2018

Amador County attorney Robert Schell announces run for Amador County Judge

AMADOR COUNTY, CA - On Wednesday, February 2018, Amador County attorney Robert Schell--after gathering more than 900 nomination/in lieu of filing fee signatures--tossed his hat into the 2018 Amador County election ring by filing his intention to run for Amador County Judge Office Number 2, which is currently held by a Gov. Brown appointee, Renee Day, to fill the position left by the retirement of Judge Susan Harlan, until such time as an election could be held.

Schell, who has lived and worked in Amador County since 2001, has been a trial attorney for more than 20 years, and has taken more than 100 cases to trial, approximately 80 of which were criminal jury trials, the majority of them serious felonies.

“We shouldn’t allow Gov. Brown, or any other governor who is elected in the future, choose our Amador County judge,” Schell said. “Amador County citizens need to understand the system of how judicial appointments are made, and how successful that process has been since 1966 (when the policies were implemented), in protecting appointees from challengers in local elections for our county judges. The State doesn’t really want any of us voting for our local judges."

If anyone is interested in learning about that process, how it works, or is merely interested in meeting him, Schell said he would gladly speak at any meeting of any civic association, local group or other organization at any time.

“There’s really not a lot of time before this election for Amador County Residents to learn about either myself or Gov. Brown’s appointee, and why they should support or vote for either of us. I’m a very experienced trial attorney, who has often fought against what I thought were unjust situations. To be a successful defense attorney in a small county, you practically have to take a vow of poverty, and live your life as a 'warrior monk',” he quipped.

Schell joined the United States Army at 17, holding dual Military Occupational Specialties as Infantryman and Cavalry Scout, and after graduating the Basic Airborne Course, served as a paratrooper in the Army’s 82nd Airborne Division, where he attended Jungle School, Recondo school, two Non Commissioned Officer academies, and took advantage of various other training opportunities. He also served in the 5th Infantry Division, and after mustering out of the regular Army, he continued to serve in the California Army National Guard’s 40th Infantry Division’s Airborne Long Range Surveillance Unit.

While serving in the Guard, Schell earned an Associates Degree in Journalism at L.A. Pierce College; a Bachelors of Arts degree in International Relations at the University of Southern California, and finally received his Juris Doctorate from Pepperdine University’s School of Law.

“Most of the people I’ve represented over the years haven’t had many resources,” he explained. “Therefore I’ve lost money at every jury trial I’ve ever conducted in Northern California, but I’ve also achieved an approximately 80-85% rate of acquittal at trial over my career."
Schell is also a member of Amador's local American Legion Post No. 108, and routinely acts in various theatrical productions of the Volcano Theater Company. “It’s a lot of fun to do those plays,” he said.

Robert Schell (far left) won Best Supporting Actor in Volcano Theater's "Lost in Yonkers"
As an attorney, Schell practiced many areas of law, but states that Constitutional Law is the most important legal subject in our nation, and the best way to protect and defend the U.S. Constitution is to practice in the area of Criminal law, “where many of our freedoms that we take for granted have been seriously eroded over time, ending up practically non-existent due to numerous “exceptions,” which have been created by higher courts over the years.
“I am proud to state that even Judge Hermanson, while he was still a Deputy District Attorney in the Amador County District Attorney’s office, once described me as ‘relentless,’” Schell said.

“And it’s true,” he said, “I am relentless in trying to make our justice system work properly. Most of the time, it’s an impossible fight against overwhelming odds, but that’s the way I like it."

Web site coming soon.

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Robert Schell (right) in Volcano Theater's "A Visit to a Small Planet".

Robert Schell in Volcano Theater's "Boeing, Boeing" (Front right)

Thursday, February 15, 2018

Fundraising Dinner for District 5 Supervisor Candidate Andrea Macon - Sat Mar 10

Fiddletown Venue, Limited Seating

On Saturday, March 10, supporters are invited to join Andrea Macon and the District 5 community for a gala fundraising dinner and silent auction at a private lodge (the former Moose Lodge) in Fiddletown from 5:30-8:30 p.m.

Mark and Tracey Berkner of the Volcano Union Inn will cater the dinner. Amador County favorites, the Berkners are known nationally for their award-winning food. The ticket cost of $75 includes a glass of Amador’s own wine or beer. The evening also features a no-host wine/beer bar.

Guests will enjoy the mellow jazz of Herb Boxhorn and friends. Boxhorn, a popular vocalist and guitarist, combines his background of folk, blues, finger-picking, jazz and Latin into an eclectic mix truly his own. A Fiddletown local, he has performed regionally for over 30 years.

A silent auction will feature items from Amador County artists as well as other great offerings.

“Even the former Moose Lodge is getting a new paint job, getting dressed up for that night,” says Rebecca Brown, events coordinator. “The theme is Andrea’s campaign slogan: ‘Respect Our History and Build Our Future.’ So, along with delectable food, great music, and a top-rate silent auction, guests will be invited to write down their ideas of what they want to see in Amador’s future.”

Candidate Andrea Macon is thrilled about the upcoming dinner.

“I love historic Fiddletown, and it’s right in the heart of District 5.” Macon says, “This is a grassroots campaign, with something for everybody. We’re hosting a wide variety of events all over the district in the next few months: meet and greets, barbeques, coffee klatches… but this evening will be truly special. Our supporters get an amazing dinner in a beautiful setting with the best local wines and music. And I’m very excited about the auction.”

Seating is limited. Tickets are only available in advance, and may be purchased through Macon’s campaign website:

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Speak up for the Mokelumne on Thurs Feb 15!

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-- California Natural Resources Agency public hearing,Thursday, February 15 at 6:00 pmMokelumne Hill Town Hall,8283 Main Street, Mokelumne Hill, CA 95245

If you have Moke Wild and Scenic gear, be sure to wear it -- t-shirts, cycling jerseys, or buttons.

Can't make this week's meeting?

Please weigh in on the Calaveras Enterprise online poll.

You can e-mail comments on the study to the CNRA by theFebruary 28, 5 p.m. deadline (pls or use and customize our sample online email/letter.
Please let the agency know what the Mokelumne River means to you and your family.

And if you live in the East Bay, please plan to attend a CNRA public meeting at East Bay MUD's Oakland headquarters onMonday, February 26 at 6 pm and the EBMUD board meeting the next afternoon. 375 11th St, Oakland, near City Center BART.

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Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Calaveras County resolves to file suit against PG&E to recover millions in taxpayer losses from the Butte Fire


On February 13, 2018, the Calaveras County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to retain the national law firm of Baron & Budd and the California Fire Lawyers to initiate litigation against PG&E for its role in causing the Butte Fire. The Board’s decision marks the next important step towards recovering “millions upon millions of taxpayer losses” from Pacific Gas & Electric Co. (NYSE:  PCG) which the County of Calaveras sustained in the destructive 2015 Butte Fire.

The County has been working with a premier team of top national experts to understand the total amount the County has suffered from this large-scale disaster.  Collecting numbers and supporting data in order to determine the amount of damages from a 70,000+ acre fire is a tremendous undertaking and the County and its team has calculated the County’s damages, evaluated and has pursued various legal avenues to secure compensation from PG&E and actively participated in confidential settlement negotiations.

Early in recovery from the Butte Fire, the County announced that it had lost—and will continue to lose—tens of millions of dollars in lost taxpayer funds, damaged infrastructure, fire suppression costs, government employee overtime, emergency response and recovery efforts, injury to natural resources, and other significant losses.  Since the County will forever be scarred and socially and economically damaged, the County has worked to secure fair compensation for its residents and seek reimbursement for the damage to Calaveras County and its local infrastructure from PG&E, which is responsible for this tragedy. 

“The County, its residents, and the taxpayers have endured devastating losses in the wake of these fires,” said Board Chairman Gary Tofanelli, “and this legal action is an important step towards taxpayer protection and recovery, and towards helping our communities rebuild.”

The County is vigilant and working with an exceptional expert team and are determined to give the people of Calaveras the best possible chance to rebuild and recover from this devastation.  It is PG&E’s responsibility to make this right.

Baron & Budd, P.C. is a national law firm, retained by public entities over 425 times for litigation and trial. The California Fire Lawyers includes multiple law firms: Baron & Budd, Singleton Law Firm, Thorsnes Bartolotta McGuire, Dixon Diab & Chambers, and Terry Singleton, Esq., California Fire Lawyers has also been retained by the Counties of Sonoma and Napa for claims related to the wine county fires.

For more information, please contact Baron & Budd Shareholder John Fiske at

Judge Renée Day Announces Run to Retain Seat in Amador Superior Court

Family Court, Civil and Criminal Law Among Day’s Core Competencies

AMADOR COUNTY, Calif.—Feb. 16, 2018—Assistant Presiding Judge Renée Day has announced her run to retain her seat in the Amador County Superior Court. Judge Day, a resident of Sutter Creek, was appointed to the Amador Superior Court in November of 2015 by the Governor following the retirement of Judge Susan C. Harlan.

Judge Renée Day
Judge Day first began serving children and families in Amador County in 2010, when she was appointed by Judge Harlan to serve as counsel for children and parents in juvenile dependency matters. Then, in 2014, she was appointed by Judges Harlan and Hermanson as Superior Court Commissioner, where she presided over small claims, case management, child support and traffic matters, in addition to serving as the court’s staff attorney.

Over the years, Judge Day has worked tirelessly and consistently with staff to increase access to the court and streamline processes, even in the face of diminishing budgets. For example, upon realizing that many members of our community are self-represented, Judge Day collaborated with the court analyst to create a simplified form packet for step-parent adoptions. And working with the Family Court Services Director, Judge Day implemented procedures to consolidate the process for parents meeting the various requirements of family court so that they do not have to take excessive time off work.

Judge Day earned a Juris Doctor degree from the University of San Diego School of Law and a Bachelor of Science degree from California State University, San Bernardino.

In addition to presiding over civil, criminal and family cases Monday through Friday, Judge Day is active in the Amador County community, contributing to programs that help fund academic, athletic, and artistic programs for children. Judge Day has participated in judging youth speech contests and frequently speaks to community groups on children’s issues involving court proceedings.

Please join us in supporting Judge Day. To learn more about her campaign, including upcoming events, or how you can help, visit

Monday, February 12, 2018

Andrea Macon For District 5 Supervisor: "Respect our past while building our future."

Andrea Macon is on the ballot for District 5 Supervisor
Pledges to 'respect our past while building our future'

Andrea Macon’s campaign team succeeded in gathering more than enough valid signatures from registered District 5 voters to ensure that her name will be included on the June ballot as a candidate for county supervisor.

“I am extremely grateful for the dedication and hard work of my campaign volunteers,” Macon said. “I am very excited to have this opportunity to serve the residents of District 5--and to give voters a choice for fresh representation when they head to the polls in June. We intend to keep the momentum going right up to Election Day, and beyond.”

In Amador County, a supervisorial candidate must either pay a fee equal to one percent of the supervisor’s annual salary or gather enough ‘in lieu’ signatures (seven percent of district residents) to have the candidate filing fee waived. In District 5, seven percent of registered voters would be 305. Macon’s volunteers obtained 370 signatures, which exceeded the number submitted by the three-term incumbent supervisor for District 5.

Greta McElroy, Amador County’s Chief Deputy Registrar of Voters, reported that of the 13 candidates running for public office in Amador County who took out petitions to gather ‘in lieu’ signatures, only three collected enough signatures to have their candidate filing fee waived.

Macon's grassroots campaign team relies on community volunteers, not paid consultants. "I look forward to continuing to run a positive campaign over the next four months," she declared. Macon has been walking neighborhoods in District 5, knocking on every door to introduce herself and ask residents about their history in the county, their current concerns, and their hopes and vision for our future.

To learn more about Andrea Macon, join her campaign, or donate, please visit

To discuss the campaign or share your concerns about Amador County and District 5, call Andrea at 209-680-6053 or send her an email at

The Jefferson Messenger Edition 3 . February 11, 2018 . Volume 2

The Jefferson Messenger 

Edition 3 . February 11, 2018 . Volume 2
Another Win for a
Jefferson County

On Tuesday, February 6, 2018, thanks to an ongoing effort by many Jeffersonians', the Shasta County Board of Supervisors, by a 3-0-2 vote, adopted a Resolution declaring that the County would comply with federal immigration laws and is NOT a Sanctuary County.

In 2017, the Counties of Tehama, Siskiyou and Kern also adopted resolutions, as did the cities of Anderson and Lincoln.  Efforts have been underway in many of the other state's northern counties including Placer, Calaveras, El Dorado and Tuolumne.

It is felt that the more success we have in accomplishing this, the greater chance that other county boards of supervisors will follow suit; but, change only happens when we all show up and stand up. Get in touch with your Jefferson county committee leaders and coordinate an effort to encourage your Board of Supervisors to do the same as Shasta and other counties & cities.
California & Criminals

It should appear to most that Governor Jerry Brown and his administration, along with the progressives in the State Legislature, continue to be more concerned about the needs of the criminal element or passing frivolous laws in this state, than for the health, safety and happiness of its citizens and their families.

In 2014, voters passed Prop 47; “The Safe Neighborhood Schools Act,” an initiative titled to intentionally mislead voters.  Prop 47 categorized offenses as misdemeanors rather than felonies, allowing early parole for non-violent felons. Many may not know however, that in 2016, Governor Brown raised $4.14 Million dollars for the passage of Prop 57 that allowed for the parole of non-violent criminals who commit acts such as these to name a few:
  • Use of Deadly Weapons with Force
  • Battery with Serious Bodily Injury
  • Solicitation to Commit Murder
  • First Degree Burglary
  • Rape/Sodom/Copulation of an unconscious person or by use of date rape drugs
  • Human Trafficking involving a minor
Since the passage of both Props 47 & 57, crime has increased in California, especially home burglaries.
Sign & Circulate the Petitions

As we fight for more representation and having a voice in California, we must continue to use that voice, standing up and fighting for change, where and whenever possible. Petitions are now available and circulating to amend Props 47 & 57. Repeal the Gas Tax petitions are still circulating as are Stop Top Two petitions, to repeal Proposition 14, which allows ONLY the top 2 vote getters in the primary to be placed on the general election ballot, regardless of party. This is why we had no choice in 2016, but to vote for one democrat or the other democrat.

Right now, all of us in the Jefferson Counties should be working with our county committees to coordinate signature gathering drives. Participating in these drives allows you the opportunity to talk about the benefits of living with proper representation, fewer frivolous regulations as well as restoring the intent of the Constitutional Republic once we have the State of Jefferson. Wanting the State of Jefferson is one thing, but we must also be committed to being the voice for change in Sacramento.

Messenger Staff
This bears repeating the question... If Congress, State or local government is so opposed to deficits, inflation and high taxes, then why is it still here?

(for both my Republican & Democrat friends)
Charley Reese's Final Column
For the majority of his adult life, Charley was a staunch advocate for the written word as a reporter, caption writer, journalist, advertiser and speech writer.
A very interesting column.
Be sure to read the Poem at the end.

Long Ago and Far Away

This is about as clear and easy to understand as it can be. The article below is completely neutral, neither anti-republican nor democrat. Charlie Reese, a retired reporter for the Orlando Sentinel, has hit the nail directly on the head, defining clearly who it is that in the final analysis must assume responsibility for the judgments made that impact each one of us every day.

It's a relatively short but good read. Worth the time. Worth remembering!

545 vs. 300,000,000 People - by Charlie Reese

Politicians are the only people in the world who create problems and then campaign against them.

Have you ever wondered, if both the Democrats and the Republicans are against deficits, WHY do we have deficits?

Have you ever wondered, if all the politicians are against inflation and high taxes, WHY do we have inflation and high taxes?

You and I don't propose a federal budget. The President does.

You and I don't have the Constitutional authority to vote on appropriations.

The House of Representatives does.

You and I don't write the tax code, Congress does.

You and I don't set fiscal policy, Congress does.

You and I don't control monetary policy, the Federal Reserve Bank does.

One hundred senators, 435 congressmen, one President, and nine Supreme Court justices equates to 545 human beings out of the 300 million are directly, legally, morally, and individually responsible for the domestic problems that plague this country.

I excluded the members of the Federal Reserve Board because that problem was created by the Congress. In 1913, Congress delegated its Constitutional duty to provide a sound currency to a federally chartered, but private, central bank.

I excluded all the special interests and lobbyists for a sound reason. They have no legal authority. They have no ability to coerce a senator, a congressman, or a President to do one cotton-picking thing. I don't care if they offer a politician $1 million dollars in cash.

The politician has the power to accept or reject it. No matter what the lobbyist promises, it is the legislator's responsibility to determine how he votes.

Those 545 human beings spend much of their energy convincing you that what they did is not their fault. They cooperate in this common con regardless of party.

What separates a politician from a normal human being is an excessive amount of gall. No normal human being would have the gall of a Speaker, who stood up and criticized the President for creating deficits. The President can only propose a budget. He cannot force the Congress to accept it.

The Constitution, which is the supreme law of the land, gives sole responsibility to the House of Representatives for originating and approving appropriations and taxes.

Who is the speaker of the House now? He is the leader of the majority party. He and fellow House members, not the President, can approve any budget they want. If the President vetoes it, they can pass it over his veto if they agree to.

It seems inconceivable to me that a nation of 300 million cannot replace 545 people who stand convicted -- by present facts -- of incompetence and irresponsibility. I can't think of a single domestic problem that is not traceable directly to those 545 people. When you fully grasp the plain truth that 545 people exercise the power of the federal government, then it must follow that what exists is what they want to exist.

If the tax code is unfair, it's because they want it unfair.
If the budget is in the red, it's because they want it in the red.

If the Army & Marines are in Iraq and Afghanistan it's because they want them in Iraq and Afghanistan ... If they do not receive social security but are on an elite retirement plan not available to the people, it's because they want it that way.

There are no insoluble government problems.

Do not let these 545 people shift the blame to bureaucrats, whom they hire and whose jobs they can abolish; to lobbyists, whose gifts and advice they can reject; to regulators, to whom they give the power to regulate and from whom they can take this power.

Above all, do not let them con you into the belief that there exists disembodied mystical forces like "the economy," "inflation," or "politics" that prevent them from doing what they take an oath to do.

Those 545 people, and they alone, are responsible.
They, and they alone, have the power. They, and they alone, should be held accountable by the people who are their bosses, provided the voters have the gumption to manage their own employees...

We should vote all of them out of office and clean up their mess!

What you do with this article now that you have read it... is up to you.

This might be funny if it weren't so true.

Be sure to read all the way to the end:

Tax his land,

Tax his bed,

Tax the table, at which he's fed.

Tax his tractor,

Tax his mule,

Teach him taxes are the rule.

Tax his work,

Tax his pay, he works for peanuts anyway!

Tax his cow,

Tax his goat,

Tax his pants,

Tax his coat.

Tax his ties,

Tax his shirt,

Tax his work,

Tax his dirt.

Tax his tobacco,

Tax his drink,

Tax him if he tries to think.

Tax his cigars,

Tax his beers,

If he cries tax his tears.

Tax his car,

Tax his gas,

Find other ways to tax his ass.

Tax all he has, then let him know that you won't be done till he has no dough.

When he screams and hollers; then tax him some more, tax him till he's good and sore.

Then tax his coffin,

Tax his grave,

Tax the sod into which he's laid...

Put these words upon his tomb,

"Taxes drove me to my doom..."
When he's gone, do not relax,

it’s time to apply, the Inheritance tax.

Accounts Receivable Tax

Building Permit Tax

CDL license Tax

Cigarette Tax

Corporate Income Tax

Dog License Tax

Excise Taxes

Federal Income Tax

Federal Unemployment Tax (FUTA)

Fishing License Tax

Food License Tax

Fuel Permit Tax

Gasoline Tax (currently 44.75 cents per gallon)

Gross Receipts Tax

Hunting License Tax

Inheritance Tax

Inventory Tax

IRS Interest Charges IRS Penalties (tax on top of tax)

Liquor Tax

Luxury Taxes

Marriage License Tax

Medicare Tax

Personal Property Tax

Property Tax

Real Estate Tax

Service Charge Tax

Social Security Tax

Road Usage Tax

Recreational Vehicle Tax

Sales Tax

School Tax

State Income Tax

State Unemployment Tax (SUTA)

Telephone Federal Excise Tax

Telephone Federal Universal Service Fee Tax

Telephone Federal, State and Local Surcharge Taxes

Telephone Minimum Usage Surcharge Tax

Telephone Recurring and Nonrecurring Charges Tax

Telephone State and Local Tax

Telephone Usage Charge Tax

Utility Taxes

Vehicle License Registration Tax

Vehicle Sales Tax

Watercraft Registration Tax

Well Permit Tax

Workers Compensation Tax


Not one of these taxes existed 100 years ago, & our nation was the most prosperous in the world.

We had absolutely no national debt, had the largest middle class in the world, and Mom, if agreed, stayed home to raise the kids.

What in the heck happened? Can you spell 'politicians?'

I hope this goes around THE USA at least 545 times!!!

YOU can help it get there!!!

Found this on the internet
Events are happening all over Jefferson Counties, too many to list here. For more information, please check the website, Events and Meetings or copy & paste:

Feb 11th
Assembly of Patriots

Fighting the Taxation & Tyranny in California

Hosted By El Dorado, Nevada & Placer SOJ Committees
Featured Speaker: Mark Baird
When: Sunday, Feb. 11th at 3:00 pm
Where: American Legion Hall
4561 Greenstone Road, Placerville
Admission: No charge

Doors open at 2 pm and the event begins at 3 pm, with special guest speaker Mark Baird, of Siskiyou County. Kicking off the event, will be Terry Rapoza, co-host of Jefferson State of Mine radio show, on KNCR radio in Shasta County. Admission is free and all ages are encouraged to attend. Jefferson merchandise, information, snacks & beverages will be available.

Hosted By: SOJ Tuolumne County
Special Guests: Congressman Tom McCLintock and Jeremy Talcott from Pacific Legal Foundation
When: Saturday, February 17th
Doors open: 3:00 pm; Dinner at 5:00 pm
Where: Elks Lodge, 100 Elks Drive, Sonora
Admission: $20 each or $40 for couple. Children 6-12 $5

Raffles, 2nd Amendment drawing Silent auction, Live auction.
Raffle Tickets: Please call 209.288.8323 or email:;
dave@letdavedoit,org; or

Hosted By: Shasta & Tehama County Committees
When: Saturday, February 17th at 5:00 pm
Where: VFW Hall 3210 W. Center St, Anderson
Gun Raffle tickets are $5 each or 5 for $20.  People can visit our Facebook page or contact Rally Sally at 530-246-9706 for more information.
April 28th
Liberty Shoot
Hosted By: Tehama Shooters Association and Tehama County Jefferson Committee
When: Saturday, April 28th at 7:00 am
Where: 26950 Manton Road, Red Bluff

Three Events: Centerfire Handgun * Rifle * Trap
$25 for one event
$45 for two events
$65 for three events
Please call 530-529-1346 or email to get your registration form. Registration deadline April 21st.

No Steel Core, Armor Piercing, Or Tracer Rounds
Shooters Supply Their Own Ammo
Iron Sights Only - No Optics Or Red Dot Sights
Men’s And Women’s Divisions
Free Coffee & Donuts
Bbq Lunch Included

Patriots exercising their 2nd Amendment Right to Keep and Bear Arms. Sounds like fun. All Jeffersonians and Liberty Loving Americans are welcome!

Limited Edition Commemorative License Plate

Now available. Be among the first to receive your special State of Jefferson Foundational Patriot license plate. Order now and you can select your desired number sequence.

Anyone donating $500 or more will receive this limited special license plate free. More information is available by visiting the website.  Click on “Resources” and then “Finances & Fundraising link. This is where you will also be able to select your personal number for the plate. Only 2,000 plates are offered.
Conference Call

February 11, 2018 - CANCELED

Join us as we come together to share information that will inspire and encourage you.
Conference Call Phone number:
Access Code: 307268#

For Questions during the call, simply log into our Chat Room.

Don't miss out!  Mark your calendar for upcoming calls!
  • Feb. 25th
  • Mar. 11th and Mar. 25th
  • Apr. 8th and Apr. 22nd
Standing County
Committee Meetings

Subject to change without notice.

Curry County, OR

2nd Wed. each month - 6:00 PM
Panthers Den
29513 Ellensburg Ave.
Gold Beach, OR 97444

El Dorado County

2nd Tuesday each month - 6:30 PM
American Legion Hall, 4561 Greenstone Road, Placerville

Doors open 5:30 to 6:30 PM, to socialize, ask questions, buy merchandise, and/or enjoy a meal.  The meeting time: 6:30 – 8:00 PM

Josephine County, OR

1st Thursday each month - 5:30 PM
Black Forest Restaurant
Grants Pass

3rd Thursday each month - 6:00 PM
Wild River Pizza
Cave Junction

Klamath County

1st  Wed. each month - 6:00 PM
Community Hall aka Shasta Grange, 5831 Shasta Way

Nevada County

2nd and 4th Mondays - 6:00 PM
Robinsons Conference Center 293 Lower Grass Valley Hwy
Nevada City

Placer County

Public Safety Forum with Special Guest Placer County Sheriff Devon Bell

Tuesday, February 13th at 6:30 PM
The Ridge Golf Course
Event Center
2020 Golf Course Road
Auburn CA 95602
Topics will include illegal immigration, marijuana, gun rights, and more.

NEW DAY beginning March
3rd Tuesday each month - 6:30 PM
8062 North Lake Circle
Lakeview Hills Club House
Granite Bay
At the cross street of Auburn Folsom Road, there is a sign that says Lakeview Hills, turn into the neighborhood then turn left at the T for the "Clubhouse" and you will see an opened chain-link fence (the 8062 #'s are small, not very obvious) 

Shasta County

Mondays at 5:30 PM
3276 Bechelli Lane

Sutter and Yuba Counties

2nd Monday each month - 6:30 PM
Doors open 6:00 PM
Caltrans Building Sierra Room
703 B Street

4th Monday each month - 6:30 PM
Church of Glad Tidings Building 500, Room 212
1179 Eager Road
Yuba City

Tehama County

1st  & 3rd Friday each month - 7:00 PM
Westside Grange
20794 Walnut Street
Red Bluff

Trinity County

2nd Thursday each month 6:30 PM
Hayfork Community Church
7450 State Highway 3

3rd Wednesday each month - 6:00 PM
Round Table Pizza
120 Nugget Lane

Tuolumne County

2nd Tuesday each month - 6:00 PM
Sonora Re/Max Building, 207 S Washington Street
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