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Veterans Honored At Clovis/Fresno Business

Veterans Honored At Clovis/Fresno Business

Great American Car Wash invites Fresno & Clovis community members will honor Veterans Bob Mclaghlin & Charlie Waters as they have their portraits added to a second mural. Currently they are depicted on the Veterans memorial located next to the Great American Car Wash. In addition there will also be a memorial to honor two fallen Valley Soldiers from Clovis, CA.

 The November 6th memorial will be a celebration of their dedication and service to our Country. The celebration will include a color guard presentation, Taps performed by Eric Panabaker, National Anthem and God Bless America sung by Silverio Montoya and numerous guest speakers.

 City Council members from both Fresno and Clovis were invited and will present the family of the fallen soldiers with a proclamation.

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Hanford Veterans Day Festival Tuesday, Nov. 11

Hanford Veterans Day Festival Tuesday, Nov. 11

Alopecia Support Group

 

Fresno now has an Alopecia Support Group! The purpose of the Alopecia Hearts of Fresno’s Support Group is:

• To provide Medical Advisers who specialize in Alopecia Areata and/or Dermatology.

• To reach out to other Alopecia Areata individuals in the community and bring them to the support group.

• To provide information and education to the general public about Alopecia Areata, it’s causes, treatment, etc.

• To provide current medical research updates as supplied by the NAAF office.

 ‘Alopecia Hearts of Fresno’, will hold a Billiard Pool Fundraising Event, December 6, 2014 at 2:00pm, held at The Break Room in Fresno, CA. The First Support Group Meeting will be held on January 10, 2015 at 2:00pm. Anyone that is/has been affected by Alopecia Areata, or those that would like more information regarding Alopecia Areata, are more than welcome to attend both of these events!

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Crab Feed at St. Johns Hall November 15th

Crab Feed at St. Johns Hall November 15th

Crab Feed $65.00 per person please contact 559-381-4468 or email santos3886@yahoo.com

Please reserve tickets now! No tickets will be sold at the door!

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Kaiser Permanente Gives $500,000 For Drought Relief

Kaiser Permanente Gives $500,000 For Drought Relief

KAISER PERMANENTE GIVES $500,000 TO ASSIST VALLEY RESIDENTS AFFECTED BY THE DROUGHT

Four community organizations receive drought-relief grants to provide fresh produce, emergency water and supportive services to rural Fresno County residents.

Kaiser Permanente is providing $500,000 in grants to assist residents in Mendota, Kerman, Orange Cove, Parlier, San Joaquin, Huron and Firebaugh impacted by the state’s most severe drought on record. Four community organizations are receiving the grants to assist Fresno County residents who have limited access to food, drinking water, health care and other supportive services.

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Western Christian School Holiday Dinner November 22

Western Christian School is holding its 35th Annual Holiday Dinner on Saturday, November 22, 2014, at the Hanford Civic Auditorium. Attendees will receive a dinner of catered by Dickey’s.

Where To See Fall Foliage

Where To See Fall Foliage

It’s time to enjoy Fall colors in our backyard. CaliforniaFallColor.com has this to say about Yosemite National Park:

The famed exotic sugar maple beside the Yosemite Chapel has shed most of its ruby leaves and sections of the Tioga Road are now past peak.  Isolated stands of yellow aspen can be seen from the Tioga Road down Tenaya Canyon.

The color is descending toward Yosemite Valley.  There, black oak, dogwood and bigleaf maple have not yet begun to show much color, though the area surrounding Fern Spring at the west entrance to the valley is the first to brighten.

In the heart of Yosemite Valley, the black oak are still green, though they approach peak at Halloween and their black branches are typically dressed in bold orange leaves by the first of November.