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Renaissance Kings Fair Returns

Renaissance Kings Fair Returns

Join the nobles and townsfolk as the drama is played out. Enjoy the village street scenes, the guild encampments, and stage entertainment that brings 16th century Hanfordshire to life. There are hundreds of beautifully costumed performers and merchants from through-out California and other states taking part.
Join us for some music, magic, dances, storytelling, games, armored knights in live steel shows, jugglers, Royal Pageantry and special games and activities for children. It will be a time of fun, learning, good food, exploring the crafters and a trip into history for the whole family.

Make a Wish For Some Children!

Make a Wish For Some Children!

 

You’re invited to the 4th ANNUAL

SIERRA LADIES FASHION SHOW

When: Friday, October 18, 2013

Time: 10:30 AM - 2:30 PM

Where: PARDINI’S - $35 Per Person

FABULOUS LUNCH, DELICIOUS WINE, SILENT AUCTION AND RAFFLE!!!!

EARLY BIRD SPECIAL $30 PRIOR TO SEPTEMBER 18, 2013

ALL PROCEEDS BENEFIT MAKE A WISH CENTRAL CALIFORNIA

TICKETS AVAILABLE AT

SIERRA SPORT AND RACQUET CLUB

2626 W. ALLUVIAL, FRESNO 93711

559.431.8200

 

Kings Brewfest 2013

Kings Brewfest 2013

Rockin' the Arbor Still Going on Friday Nights

Rockin' the Arbor Still Going on Friday Nights

Junior Olympians in Taekwondo

Junior Olympians in Taekwondo

As reported earlier this month, these 12 student athletes from Sunnyside Taekwondo qualified for the USA Taekwondo Junior Olympics!

This year’s national competition was in Chicago, the week of July 4th. 7 of these athletes made that trip with Master Derrik Carter and proudly returned with a total of 7 medals.

Congratulations for a job very well done!

In this picture: 

Anessa Lopez, Robert Jones, Priscilla Jo, Rebecca Meyers, Zac Bush, Davion Harris

Jaylen Hou, Hudson Burt, Joshua Fernandez, Noah Arsitio, Andres Perez, Kaylee Jo

Last Splash Before Class at McDermont

Last Splash Before Class at McDermont

Have a Safe Fourth of July!

Have a Safe Fourth of July!

Did you know that children younger than 15 account for 4 out of 10 firework-related injuries?

That's according to experts at Nationwide Children’s Hospital.

This is why people need to make sure children are safe around these explosives items.

Here are some tips from Nationwide Children’s Hospital:

  • Sparklers are a leading cause of firework-related injury.Even though some parents consider sparklers to be “safe fireworks,” they can reach temperatures of 1800 degrees and easily ignite clothing.
  • Supervision alone is not enough to prevent serious injuries.Firework-related injuries often happen when a parent or an adult is present.
  • Even if you do not allow your children to touch fireworks, they can still be seriously injured if they are around others who are using fireworks.1 in 4 firework-related injuries to children occurs to bystanders.