Thursday, June 28, 2018

Mokelumne River becomes California’s newest Wild and Scenic River

 Collaborative effort permanently protects the environment, communities, 
water supply and hydropower generation

Thirty-seven miles of the North Fork and main stem of the Mokelumne River running through Amador and Calaveras counties became California’s 12th California Wild and Scenic River on June 27, 2018, when Governor Edmund G. Brown signed SB 854. The legislation was passed by the State Assembly and Senate on Thursday, June 14.

The Mokelumne language included in the bill embodies recommendations made by the California Natural Resources Agency’s Mokelumne River Wild and Scenic River Study Report, which was released in mid-April 2018. The study recommendations and legislation – which included five special provisions to protect local water supplies – were broadly supported by a coalition of interests including river conservation, fish and recreation organizations; businesses and tourism organizations; foothill and East Bay water agencies; local water agencies; and Amador and Calaveras counties.
 “This legislation is a true ‘win-win.’ It protects the Mokelumne River water supply that Amador County residents depend on for nearly all of our public water,” said Amador Water Agency Board President, Art Toy. “At the same time, it protects the river environment and recreation.”

“This is a landmark achievement," said Scott Ratterman, Calaveras County Water District Board president. "We are proud to have reached a consensus with all stakeholders that protects local water rights and the river for future generations.”

“I can’t begin to tell you how happy we are,” said Katherine Evatt, board president of the Jackson-based Foothill Conservancy. “It’s a tremendous day for our community. People really love the Mokelumne. We have worked for decades to ensure that this beautiful river is protected for generations to come, and finally, the upper Mokelumne is a California Wild and Scenic River.”
The Mokelumne was found eligible and suitable for state Wild and Scenic designation because of its extraordinary scenic and recreational values. The river provides water for residents and agriculture in foothill counties, Central Valley agriculture and communities, and residents of the East Bay. The Mokelumne is also home to an extensive PG&E hydroelectric project. Water and power uses and operations will not be affected by the designation, which bars new onstream dams on the five designated river segments.

“After many years of debate, Californians may now enjoy the extraordinary scenic and recreational values of this magnificent river, with the knowledge that it is permanently protected because conservationists, water agencies, local government officials, and the California Natural Resources Agency were able to ultimately work together to permanently protect the river for present and future generations,” said Eric Wesselman, executive director of Friends of the River. “Californians, please welcome the Mokelumne as our state’s newest wild and scenic river.”

“We are proud to have been part of this consensus effort to add the Upper Mokelumne River to California’s Wild and Scenic Rivers System,” said Lesa McIntosh, East Bay Municipal Utility District board president. “This designation is a historic, once- in-a-generation opportunity. The Mokelumne is a treasured resource that provides precious water supplies for local communities and the East Bay. With these new protections, the river will continue its vital role in sustaining our communities and be a jewel that present and future generations can enjoy.”

For more information, contact:
•          Gene Mancebo, Amador Water Agency: (209) 223-3018
•          Joel Metzger, Calaveras County Water District: (209) 754-3123
•          Donna Leatherman, Calaveras Public Utility District: (209) 754-9442
•          Steve Fredrick, Jackson Valley Irrigation District: (209) 274-2037
•          Alison Kastama, East Bay Municipal Utility District: (510) 287-0111
•          Katherine Evatt, Foothill Conservancy: (209) 223-3508
          Steve Evans, Friends of the River: (916) 442-3155


Monday, June 25, 2018

The Jefferson Messenger - Ed 12 Vol 2

The Jefferson Messenger 

Edition 12 . June 23, 2018 . Volume 2
RECTIFYING AN OUT-OF-CONTROL GOVERNMENT

Back in the time of the Founding Fathers, a government was devised with checks and balances so that no particular branch of the three grew to be too powerful.  This system was predicated on the stipulation that as the Executive and Judicial branches of government grew, so did the watchers known as the Legislative branch that was comprised of citizen legislators.

Somewhere along the way, something went horribly wrong.  Those who ascended to power in the Legislative branch coalesced their supremacy by limiting its membership.  On the federal level, in 1911, Congress limited House membership to 435 without any nexus as to the genesis of that number.  This completely obliterated Article 1, Section 2 that required a member of the House represent no more than 30,000 individuals.  This was done without the benefit of a constitutional amendment.  The same thing happened in California when its 1879 Constitution restricted the number in the Assembly to 80 and the Senate to 40.  Historically, both bodies had grown along with the population.

With the caps in place, the Executive and Judicial branches grew like wildfires with scorched earth policies such as Executive Orders, massive expansion of governmental agencies and legislating from the bench by the Judiciary.  This was a direct result of limiting those who were to oversee the other two branches.  The watchers protected their power through incumbency and could care less that their oversight responsibilities had been abdicated.  As long as they could guarantee their own re-elections, the people’s interests were brushed aside.

This system continues to feed itself.  Impotent legislatures create an exclusive club that limits membership for their own benefit.  Other more qualified citizens need not apply.  In turn, the Executive branch continues to grow beyond the bounds of its constitutional restrictions because the only group empowered to stop them is limited in both number and willingness to buck the status quo.  The same can be said of the Judiciary as the Legislative branch has relinquished its law-making responsibility to the gang in black.

Now, We the People are truly in a quandary.  The Legislative branch is so small that the other two are left to grow unchecked.  Fortunately, our Founders knew that government could not suppress its own insatiable appetite for power.  They provided us with a remedy of last resort.  Look it up; it’s the 2nd on the list.

PUBLIUS
STATEMENT FROM MARK BAIRD

California is irreparably broken. We need to start over. It is the only way to escape the utter lack of representation suffered by the Citizens of Jefferson as well as the citizens of the rest of California.

Tim Draper’s 3 state initiative will not accomplish this! Draper failed to consult the people of the affected counties as to their wish to be included in one of his state constructs, where Jefferson has rallied popular support in every single one of our 23 counties. We know the will of our citizens, Tim Draper and his paid minions, never asked.
 

Draper’s initiative fails to consider that Congress must approve, by majority vote,  all Article four, Section 3 splits. The prospect of three Blue states is not very appealing to the current Congress.  Jefferson, on the other hand, proposes breaking California into two parts. We propose the addition of only one new state with true Constitutional Republic and adequate representation, which will grow with population.

We propose a State Senate with equal representation for our counties, as a check on power to our state assembly.

Finally, Tim Draper proposes 3 States which would be dominated by the same urban counties that currently dominate California politics. WE WILL NOT SUBMIT TO CONTINUED TYRANNY by simply adding more deck chairs to the Titanic.

The people of Jefferson demand Liberty with adequate representation within a state of our own making and we will settle for nothing less.  We the People of the State of Jefferson created government to secure our Liberty and our Rights.  We will fight to secure that Liberty!

The Time Has Come For 51 States
 
HEARING UPDATE

MOTION TO DISMISS...WAS NOT DISMISSED

The June 14, 2018, States Motion to Dismiss court date proceeded as scheduled and was heard by Judge Kimberly J. Mueller. She listened to oral arguments from the State and from the CFR Attorneys Scott Stafne and Gary Zerman. The Judge did not dismiss our case. She will issue a ruling at an undisclosed time. No matter which way she rules, we have already developed a solid plan to proceed and to win this case. Thanks to the hundreds of people that could and did change their schedules at the last minute to attend.
 
Justice Delayed is Justice Denied

To fully understand what occurred in the courtroom that day and what may or may not happen down the road, we urge you to listen to the archived podcast, with CFR attorney, Gary Zerman, on the Sunday, June 17th,  Jefferson State of Mine, broadcast, on KCNR 1460 Radio.  Just go to the KCNR website, and click on archives. When the page opens, scroll down to Sunday9 to 10 am.
UPCOMING EVENTS
 
Events are happening all over Jefferson Counties, too many to list here. For more information, please check the SOJ51.org website, Events and Meetings or copy & paste: http://soj51.org/events-meetings/.
 
 
EL DORADO COUNTY

What: Business Showcase & Fundraiser
Why: To meet the businesses who support SOJ
When: Tuesday July 10th
Where: American Legion Hall, 4561 Greenstone Road, Placerville
Doors open 4:00 PM
There will be Silent & Live Auctions, Games, Dessert Auction, Food, Beer & Wine, and Fun for the whole family. Prizes include 4 Oakland A's Box Seat Tickets, Gun Safe, Limo & Winery Trip, Rounds of Golf, Handmade Liberty Quilt, and many, many more, too numerous to list.

There are also grand prizes that include 4 day, 3 night vacation getaway to a number of choice locations and an evening with Sheriff John & wife Janine D'Agostini, dining at the Beef & Brew.

Proceeds from the overall Business Showcase event also benefits the Legal Fund. If you wish to reserve a booth for your business, donate a prize, or want more information, please call Terry Gherardi, 530-677-4294.
$10,000 501 c3 MATCH
 
In conjunction with El Dorado County State of Jefferson Business Showcase & Fundraiser, a generous donor has offered support for the State of Jefferson legal fund with a TAX DEDUCTIBLE donation that will be matched to any donated amount over $100 up to $10,000.

Donations can be mailed now or at the July 10, Business Showcase Event, featuring local businesses and many wonderful prize drawings, games and auctions from 4 to 8 pm, at the American Legion Hall, 4561 Greenstone Road, in Placerville.

Only checks will be accepted and must be made out to PECAN (Patriots Educating Concerned Americans Now). The memo portion of your check must read: State of Jefferson (SOJ) Formation Legal Fund. Donors names will be displayed at Jefferson events unless otherwise stipulated.

The deadline to receive donations is July 10, and may be delivered the day of the Business Showcase or mailed to Sharon Durst, P.O. Box 569, Somerset, CA 95684. Any checks mailed to the Palo Cedro address or posted on the web site, will not qualify for the match.

Terry Gherardi
Conference Call
 
June 24, 2018
Join us to find out about the latest happenings in Jefferson.
 
Conference Call Phone number:
712-770-4114
Access Code: 307268#

 
For Questions during the call, simply log into our Chat Room.
 
Don't miss out!  Mark your calendar for upcoming calls!
  • July 8th and July 22nd
  • Aug 12th and Aug 26th
  • Sept 9th and Sept 23rd
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 - 6:00 PM
Elmer's Restaurant
Grants Pass

3rd Thursday each month - 6:00 PM
Kerby Belt Building
Kerby

Klamath County

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

Nevada County

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

Placer County

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
2570 S. Bonnyview Road
Redding

Sutter and Yuba Counties

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

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
Hayfork

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

Tuolumne County

2nd Tuesday each month - 6:00 PM
Sonora Re/Max Building, 207 S Washington Street
Sonora
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Thursday, June 14, 2018

Integrity In Elections - Sat June 16

There needs to be accountability and greater vigilance and care in protecting our most fundamental right. The right to self-governance through representation is the foundation of our Republic and the way that this election was handled showed disregard for this precious right. 

If you have concerns about how the June 5th Election was managed please attend this meeting.

We especially need you to come:

1. If you were turned away from the polls (even if you were able to come back later)
2. If you were obliged to use a Xerox copy of a sample ballot to vote
3. If you tried to turn in a mail in ballot at the polls and were required to fill out a provisional ballot instead
4. If you received incorrect sample ballots from the elections office, or received and incomplete mail in ballot
5. If you witnessed inappropriate or suspicious behavior by poll workers
6. If you saw promotion of a particular candidate within 100 feet of a polling place

Your story needs to be heard.

Article 2, Sections 2, 2.5, and 7 of the California Constitution have been violated. The cavalcade of problems and failings which led up to the June 5th Election will result in an outcome that is so lacking in legitimacy that it violates the Guarantee Clause of the Federal Constitution.

Please come to the American Legion Hall on Saturday, June 16 between 1-4 PM to have your elections story documented. We will have complaint forms for the secretary of state’s office and will be prepared to take your declaration. This is not about litigation for litigation’s sake, no one will earn one penny from any lawsuit that is filed. It is about accountability and respect for our right to vote and to ensure that this can never happen again.



Monday, June 11, 2018

The Jefferson Messenger - Ed 11 Vol 2

The Jefferson Messenger 

Edition 11 . June 9, 2018 . Volume 2

HEARING UPDATES
MOTION TO DISMISS


NEW DATE - JUNE 14, 2018

See You in Sacramento – New Court Date
Rain or Shine, Canceled or Not – Be There!

Thursday, June 14, is the new date and new time of 2:30 pm for the hearing, for the argument by the State of California to “Dismiss with Prejudice” the Citizens for Fair Representation (CFR) lawsuit against Secretary of State Alex Padilla.  Due to a conflict on June 15, the original date scheduled for the hearing, the judge has advanced the hearing to this new date. The hearing will take place in Courtroom 3, at the Robert Matsui Federal Courthouse, 501 “I” Street, Sacramento.

There has been great anxiety for all of us, awaiting the court’s decision regarding CFR's request to have their case heard before a 3-Judge Panel, that was due to occur on June 1. The Judge vacated the hearing and instead of oral arguments, the attorney's submitted their briefs electronically. At this time, it is felt that the June 14th hearing will not be canceled or rescheduled, but as experienced in the past and once again now, there are no guarantees. Therefore, rain or shine, hearing or not, WE are GOING to SACRAMENTO.

MINUTE ORDER issued by Courtroom Deputy C. Schultz for District Judge Kimberly J. Mueller: Due to a scheduling conflict and on the court's own motion, the Hearing as to Defendant's Motion to Dismiss (ECF No. [42]) set for 6/15/2018 is VACATED and ADVANCED to 6/14/2018 at 2:30 PM in Courtroom 3 before District Judge Kimberly J. Mueller. Filing deadlines remain unchanged.

We need an army of Jeffersonian's to show up at the courthouse around 1:30 pm on Thursday, June 14th. Seating is limited in the hearing room; it is our intention show up armed with flags and signs surrounding the courthouse. However, flags or signs are not allowed inside the building.

Numbers count, because outside the courthouse, we will be holding a Press Conference with CFR attorney, Gary Zerman and spokesperson for State of Jefferson, Mark Baird.

So start calling all Jeffersonian's in your county, coordinate car pools, or charter a bus, and show up at the Court House. Let's show Sacramento we are standing up for Representation, Justice and Liberty.
Date: Thursday, June 14, 2018
Time: 2:30 pm
Location: Robert T. Matsui Courthouse, 501 I Street, Sacramento

DISCLAIMER: PLEASE BE FLEXIBLE, THIS INFORMATION IS AS ACCURATE AS OF THIS DATE AND LIKE THE WEATHER, DATES MAY CHANGE UNEXPECTEDLY without notice.

Terry Gherardi

Editors Note: To learn more, click the link to hear Attorney Gary Zerman explaining the hearing process.
CALIFORNIA IS IRREPARABLY BROKEN

We need to break up the state, if for no other reason but the restoration of Liberty to those parts of the state with the ability to restore It to their citizens.  23 Counties have already signed Declarations and Petitions to withdraw from California under Article 4 Sec 3 of the US Constitution.  Further, Citizens for Fair Representation (CFR), (Jefferson Formation C4 and other plaintiffs), has filed suit in Federal Court against California, (CFR v Alex Padilla), for lack of representation and dilution of vote.

The founders of California intended and instituted a form of legislature which grew with population.  The Legislature capped itself in 1879 at 80 Assembly and 40 Senators.  150 years and 39.5 million people later not one single representative has been added to the people’s branch, while the other two branches of government have grown like unaccountable and uncontrollable weeds.  As Thomas Paine put it, representation must grow with population,  so that every part of the colony remains adequately represented.  That representatives remain connected to those they represent and are never allowed to develop an agenda separate from their constituents.

Article 2, Sec 1 Cal Constitution.......All political power derives from the people.  We need to instruct people that protection of Rights is the only proper and just role of government.....anything else is “wrong”.

This is nothing less than a battle between our Rights vs the Wrongs of a corrupt and unaccountable government.

If our lawsuit prevails, we will yank the rug out from under status quo politics in California and perhaps the Nation, see 28 USC 2284 or McManus V Shapiro.

Our main stumbling block is a corrupt federal judge who has consistently refused to order a three judge court.  If we manage to get past her, this case will be heard by the Supreme Court.  Our case is starting to attract attention.  We need more!!

We can restore Liberty,  but we need the help of anyone with expertise and knowledge of media, law or Constitutional law.  Spreading our message is key.  We need to reach people outside the north state.

Mark Baird
Jefferson Declaration Committee spokesman
June Primary sets stage for November General

The June Primary election, brought some good news for Jeffersonian's and California's conservative base with candidates in run offs in the Governor's, Secretary of State and Attorney General's races. There was also good news for candidates and voters in many of the local elections in Jefferson Counties.

We also found that the 2018 election season has brought more attention and recognition to the Jefferson Movement. Some of the County committees had candidates’ forums where local and state candidates were invited to speak  including Mark Meuser, candidate for Secretary of State and Steve Bailey, Attorney General. This generated a whole new audience for our cause.

Moving forward to the November General election, we encourage everyone to attend the candidate forums to personally find out who these candidates are and ask those questions that concerns you most.
We Must Step Up Our Game

For the next five months we must step up our game even more so, not only to get our candidates elected, but also to repeal the gas tax and reject Tim Draper's 3-way State Split initiative. At the same time, we must educate people about what the Brown administration and state legislature have signed into legislation that kicks in in 2020 and beyond.
  • GAS TAX - 2020 brings you Cap and Trade, with more gas tax increases of about .75 cents more per gallon. All for what, to line the pockets of the Brown administration and the state legislature, or, perhaps to fund the twin tunnels and the bullet train to nowhere.
  • WATER ALLOWANCE - Brown recently signed new personal water consumption restrictions into law: SB 606 and AB 1668, which mandates a “daily allowance” of 55 gallons of indoor water use, per person. For those who need a visual, that is an amount of a typical household large fish tank; and by 2030, the indoor allowance is set to drop to 50 gallons per day..there will be outdoor water allowances based on regional differences in climate and leak rates for pipes.
  • WATER TAX - Beginning in 2027, districts that exceed their annual water allowance will face fines of $10,000 per day during drought emergencies. Umhmm. I wonder just where (or to whom) will this money go – perhaps to line the pockets of the Brown administration and the legislature? 
Brown stated, “we have efficiency goals for energy and cars---and now we have them for water.” In other words, more regulations & laws, to create an even bigger bureaucracy while removing more of your liberties. Since when have goals become legislature? That’s right, our God given rights to basic sustenance such as water has been jacked by our government; and we allowed this because we are gleefully sitting at the kiddy table. Now our basic water rights have become a funding source, talk about government overreach! What is your tipping point? When is it time join the adult table?

So my friends, we need to not only take back California, but we must roll up our sleeves and open our wallets, setting a goal to form the new State of Jefferson by 2020. Tell Californian's there is a better way and it is called the State of Jefferson. It is time to Stand Tall and Speak Up for Liberty.

Terry Gherardi & Staff
IMPORTANT MESSAGE
Listen to Attorney Gary Zerman talk about the court case status.

You can listen to the archives located on
http://apps.kcnr1460.com/Show/archive/jefferson_state

You can also find more resources at
http://soj51.org/additional-resources/
UPCOMING EVENTS
Events are happening all over Jefferson Counties, too many to list here. For more information, please check the SOJ51.org website, Events and Meetings or copy & paste: http://soj51.org/events-meetings/.


CALAVERAS COUNTY
What: Tri Tip Dinner & Fundraiser
Why: Celebrate Flag Day
When: Thursday, June 14th
Where: Dodasa Ranch 5059 Carol Lane in Burson
Doors open 4:00 PM
Dinner 5:30 – 7:00 pm
Click here for details


EL DORADO COUNTY
What: Business Showcase & Fundraiser
Why: To meet the businesses who support SOJ
When: Tuesday July 10th
Where: American Legion Hall, 4561 Greenstone Road, Placerville
Doors open 4:00 PM
There will be Silent & Live Auction, Games, Dessert Auction, Food, Beer & Wine, and Fun for the whole family. Prizes include 4 Oakland A's Box Seat Tickets, Gun Safe, Limo & Winery Trip, Rounds of Golf, Handmade Liberty Quilt, and many, many more, too numerous to list.

There are also grand prizes that include 4 day, 3 night vacation getaway to a number of choice locations and an evening with Sheriff John & wife Janine D'Agostini, dining at the Beef & Brew.

The SOJ Committee, is pleased to announce a local donor is offering a 501 c3, tax deductible donations Match  (checks only), MATCHED to a Total of $10,000.  Checks must be made out to PECAN (Patriots Educating Concerned Americans Now). Check memo must read: “State of Jefferson Formation Legal Fund”. Checks may be mailed to Sharon Durst, P.O. Box 569, Somerset, CA 95684 or delivered the day of the event. The goal to reach the $10,000 Match is the day of the fundraiser, and checks may be mailed prior to the event.

Proceeds from the overall Business Showcase event also benefits the Legal Fund. If you wish to reserve a booth for your business, donate a prize, or want more information, please call Terry Gherardi, 530-677-4294.
Conference Call

June 10, 2018
Join us to find out about the latest happenings in Jefferson.
Conference Call Phone number:
712-770-4114
Access Code: 307268#

For Questions during the call, simply log into our Chat Room.
Don't miss out!  Mark your calendar for upcoming calls!
  • June 24th
  • July 8th and July 22nd
  • Aug 12th and Aug 26th
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 - 6:00 PM
Elmer's Restaurant
Grants Pass

3rd Thursday each month - 6:00 PM
Kerby Belt Building
Kerby

Klamath County

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

Nevada County

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

Placer County

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
2570 S. Bonnyview Road
Redding

Sutter and Yuba Counties

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

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
Hayfork

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

Tuolumne County

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


A Huge Thank You to
Our Newsletter Staff
Dianna Baird
Ginny Rapini
Terry Gherardi

Click here to subscribe:
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