Thursday, October 15, 2015

Thursday, October 15, 2015

QUOTE OF THE WEEK:“The willingness to reexamine lifelong beliefs because of conflicting data takes enormous courage, and contrasts sharply with recent examples of public discourse in which our political, cultural, and religious leaders have fit data to preconceived theories.”
- Donal O’Shea

News & Announcements 
- Master Gardeners & Food Preservers Present: Growing, Harvesting, Curing, Preserving and Eating Olives - Sat Oct 17
- 30th Anniversary of the West Coast Crosley Automobile Club - Three-Day Meet in Sutter Creek - Oct 23-25
- Butte Fire “Band-Aid” Music Benefit - Sat Oct 24

REMINDER: There will be a Chamber of Commerce Board Meeting on Friday, October 16 at 8:30 AM at the Holiday Inn Express in Jackson. For more info, contact Thomi at

HALLOWEEN FESTIVAL AT RAIL ROAD FLAT COMMUNITY HALL - Friday, Oct 30. Trunk or Treat begins at 4:30PM, Carnival-type foods at 5PM (prices vary)...hamburgers, hot dogs, popcorn and more. Costume Contest at 6:30PM. Haunted House opens at dark ($1 per trip). Prizes for best Decorated Vehicle, Pumpkin Carving and Best Costume.
For more information call 293-4340.

AMADOR COUNTY LIBRARY PRESENTS AN EVENING WITH MYSTERY AUTHOR TODD BORG -  Wednesday October 28th at 5:30 pm at the main branch in Jackson (next to True Value).  Todd will be speaking about his latest release of the Award-Winning Owen McKenna Mystery Thrillers, “Tahoe Blue Fire.”  This is Todd’s thirteenth book in this series.  As of August of this year he has had over 2900 reviews on Amazon with an average rating of 4.6 Stars.
Todd lives in the community of Lake Tahoe and his stories take place from San Francisco to Tahoe.  The local reader will be familiar with many of the mentioned towns, roads and locations.  There is plenty of action to keep you on the edge of your seat with always a twist in the end.  Owen is a nice-guy hero and his sidekick Spot is the coolest dog ever.
For more information, call the Amador County Library at 209-223-6400.

Larry Van Anda
Gale Kilgore
Mary McKinley

MEETING CANCELLATION: The Jackson Planning Commission has canceled its regularly scheduled meeting of October 19, 2015. The Planning Commission next regularly scheduled meeting is Monday, November 16, 2015.

Lawrence Roth Van Anda
Community Calendar

THE AMADOR COMMUNITY CENTERS host monthly Wellness Workshops where we discuss and learn about mental health topics. October’s topic is Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Part 3 of 5 and will be hosted on the following dates and locations:
- River Pines Town, October 15th, 9:30am
- Camanche Lake Community Center, October 22nd, 2pm
- Ione Family Resource Center, October 26th, 9:30am
- Upcountry Community Center, October 28th, 1pm
Workshop provided by Carla Fry, M.S., P.P.S.C.
Please call 209-296-2785 for more information.
Para informacion en Espanol, por favor llame al 209-257-1980.
This discussion is intended for informational purposes only and is not meant as medical advice or to replace consultation with a physician or mental health professional.
40 Developmental Assets: The more strengths young people have in their lives, the more likely they are to grow up successful. Come learn the power of the 40 Developmental Assets on October 13th, 9:30am at the Ione Family Resource Center. Call 209-296-2785 for more information.

THE HEALING WORD - Foursquare Gospel Church - Sunday Morning Service 10:30 AM with complimentary lunch immediately after. One day seminar with Julia Reiff ministering from the Book of Acts, Saturday 10/17/15  9:00 AM. Quilting Class, Monday 10/19/15  10:00 AM, taught by Evelyn Ball. Men’s Ministry – R3 Conference in Rancho Cordova -10/10/15, see Pastor Dave. Women’s Sleepover Friday 10/23/15 6:00 PM. Wednesday night Bible Study is on prayer called, Penetrating The Darkness, by Jack Hayford at 6:00 PM. Sunday Night Service 6:00 PM. Stop by 20005 Hwy. 88, Pine Grove— or Call 296-7283 — or visit

For more information and tickets, visit:

VOLCANO THEATRE PRESENTS: “WHO’S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?” Performances through Oct 24 at the Cobblestone Theater in Volcano. For information and tickets, visit:

ALASKAN “SALMON FEAST” - The Sutter Creek United Methodist Church will be holding a “Salmon Feast” on Saturday, October 17 at 6 p.m. In the Sutter Creek United Methodist Social Hall. Freshly caught Alaskan Coho “Silver” salmon will be the main course which will include wine, rolls, dinner salad, rice pilaf, vegetables and dessert.  The proceeds of the dinner will benefit the Sutter Creek United Methodist Church the Sutter Creek Community Benefit Foundation and the Butte Fire Victims.
The Sutter Creek Community Benefit Foundation is currently restoring the Old Sutter Creek Primary School on Cole Street.
Cost for the “Salmon Feast” is $30 dollars each or pre-sold tables of 10 for $250 dollars and tables of 7 for $190 dollars.  Contact Dennis Larson at 267-5335 or 256-3325.  There will be no tickets available for sale at the door.

ACRA BINGO at the American Legion Hall Tuesdays Oct. 20, Nov.17 & Dec 1 & 15 - Doors Open No later than 5:30, 6:15 Early Bird Bingo, 6:30 Regular BINGO
Buy in $10 for $10 games – 6 top. Black out is up to $250!
Sodas are available for purchase (no alcohol served). Feel free to bring your own dinner (no food available) Many Raffle Prizes! We have Pull Tabs….another chance to win! Complimentary Cookies and Coffee! Proceeds go to support Amador County Recreation Agency. After School Program. Call 223-6349 for more information.

RESCHEDULED: AMADOR COUNTY RECREATION AGENCY (ACRA) - The regularly scheduled meeting for October 14, 2015, has been postponed. The meeting will be held on Wednesday, October 21, 2015, at 12:00 p.m. in the Board of Supervisors Chambers. For more information, call 223-6349.

FRIENDS OF THE AMADOR COUNTY LIBRARY (FACL) FALL USED BOOK SALE October 23, 24 and 25 at the American Legion Hall, 12134 Airport Rd. in Sutter Creek (at the corner of Airport Road and Hwy 49, across from the Italian Picnic Grounds).
Friday, October 23–4-7 pm –Members Only Night (non-members can join FACL on the spot)
Saturday, October 24–10 am - 4 pm
Sunday, October 25– 11 am - 3 pm.
The sale includes thousands of gently used books, music compact discs, and DVDs in excellent condition.  Proceeds benefit the Amador County Library system.  For information, call 296-1712, on the web at

THE FIREHOUSE” - Saturday Oct 24 Lockwood at 7:00 PM
Pumpkin Carving Contest - Bring your carved pumpkin at 6:30 PM!
Followed by a free movie showing of "Hocus Pocus"
Hot Dogs, Nachos, Apple Cider and Water on sale.
Safety Tips will be shared by LFPD Firefighter who worked the Butte Fire.
Celebrate the season with friends, family and neighbors!

RESCHEDULED: WEST COAST CROSLEY CLUB - A special two-day 30th Anniversary Meet will be held in Sutter Creek, CA, October 23, 24 & 25. Includes car show, swap meet and micro car driving tour. Contact: 619-787-1908, or: Box 2155, Borrego Springs, CA 92004. Or email

- 2015 Winefest - Sat Nov 14
- Wild Horse Adoption Program at Murieta Equestrian Center - Sat Nov 14

6th ANNUAL SERVPRO COAT DRIVE - Through November 25. Seeking gently used jackets/hoodies of all sizes, with no holes or stains. Drop off locations:
Serve Pro, Ione PD, Jackson PD, Sutter Creek PD, Chamber of Commerce (downtown Jackson), CHP (Jackson), Amador County Sheriff’s Dept. (Jackson), Jackson Fire Station, Pine Grove Fire Station, Ione Fire Station, Lockwood Fire Station, Plymouth Fire Station. Ledger Dispatch.
Coats will be available to give out from Oct 26-Nov 25
For more information and a list of pick up locations, contact Wilma at 304-4908 or email

4TH ANNUAL CHOWDA CHOMP - Sunday Nov 1 at the Armory Hall in Volcano. Competitors will serve up their favorite chowder for tasting and voting. The Chomp starts at 11 AM; tasting continues until 2 PM; awards announced at 3 PM. Enjoy all kinds of great chowder, local arts/crafts, good fellowship and great music!
Cost is $5 per person. Sponsored by the Volcano Community Association and the Volcano Union Inn/Pub. Proceeds support the Volcano Community Association Scholarship Fund.
For more information, call 209-296-7711.

18TH ANNUAL WINEFEST, the popular walk-about wine-tasting event sponsored by
AmadorArts, is just around the corner! On Saturday November 14th, stroll historic Main Street while tasting a huge selection of Amador County Wines in Sutter Creek’s shops.  Follow the adage “Save Water, Drink Wine,” and you’ll be helping to bring the arts to local schools.
 Guests can check in to pick up their wine glass, wristband and tasting map at the Sutter Creek Auditorium starting at 4:00 pm. Take a look at the huge silent auctions, one for Art, for Wine and a Table of Premier Gifts and Travel Packages. Start bidding while sampling Amador Olive Oils. Then begin your journey from 4:30 -7:00 pm walking up and down the three blocks of historic Main Street visiting 25 shops which each will be offering tastings of a different fine Amador County winery.
At 7:00 pm, return to the Auditorium for the Winefest festive Grand Finale, which will feature live music, desserts and dessert wines, the silent auctions’ final biddings, and the popular Mystery Wine-in-a-Bag Auction. The Winefest event will end at about 8:30 pm.
Advance tickets are $30 each, or $35 the day of the event at the auditorium starting at 4:00 pm.
Sales of tickets are limited! For more information and advance ticket purchase, visit or phone 209-267-9038.

MEETING CANCELLATION: The Jackson Planning Commission has canceled its regularly scheduled meeting of October 19, 2015. The Planning Commission next regularly scheduled meeting is Monday, November 16, 2015.

PARADE OF LIGHTS is scheduled for Saturday, December 12. Deadline to enter is Saturday, November 21! Entry fee is $10 for 1-3 vehicles. All entries MUST have lights on them, including people that are walking in the parade! The more lights, the better you look! Contact Toni Linde for more information, (209) 256-1750 cell or email
ENTRY FORM with instructions can be downloaded here:

Save The Date! Mother Lode Highland Games and Gathering - June 18-19, 2016
E-mail your releases, briefs, newsletters, announcements, etc. for our calendar to:

Opinions & Issues
2015 Jackson Fire Breast Cancer Awareness Shirts available through Aug 28
Latest update on SR 16 relinquishment proposal : Request for Governor Brown's veto
AWA Directors Ask for Your Help with Drought-Related Financial Crisis

Dear Amador County Transportation Commissioners (and to whom it concerns):
With deep regret, I must inform you that Governor Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill (AB) 652 (Cooley) into law on October 8th, 2015. State Route (SR) 16 will now be relinquished to Sacramento County, will no longer be included in the California Interregional Roadway System, and will have no protections for inter-regional travel.
There are no 'silver linings' in this.  However, I must express our gratitude to Assemblyman Frank Bigelow for hearing our concerns and demonstrating the courage to take the remarkable step of rising before the California Assembly to speak personally in opposition to AB 652.  His stand against the powerful development interests behind the Bill convinced 23 other members of the Assembly (along with Chairman Beall of the Senate Transportation and Housing Committee) to join him in voting against the SR 16 relinquishment proposal.
Unfortunately, Assemblyman Bigelow's efforts were not enough to convince Governor Brown to use his veto power to help us.
I am sorry that we were not able to stop this from happening and I am equally sorry for all of those who depend on this route and will suffer from this needless action to remove interregional functionality from SR 16.
I wish I could have brought you better news.
John Gedney
Executive Director, ACTC

CLICK HERE for the County Government Calendar
SUTTER CREEK CITY COUNCIL meets on the 1st & 3rd Mon at 7 PM.
JACKSON CITY COUNCIL meets on the 2nd & 4th Mon at 7 PM
UPCOUNTRY COMMUNITY COUNCIL meets on the 2nd Mon at 6 PM.
JACKSON PLANNING COMMISSION meets on the 3rd Mon at 7 PM.
IONE CITY COUNCIL meets on the 1st & 3rd Tues at 6 PM
AMADOR COUNTY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT meets on the 2nd & 4th Wed at 6:30 PM
PLYMOUTH CITY COUNCIL meets on 2nd & 4th Thurs at 6:30 PM
OVER-EATERS ANONYMOUS OF JACKSON…if you think you have a problem with food. Everyone is welcome! Every Monday and Friday, 5:30 PMSutter Amador Hospital. Oakview Conference Room, in Education Dept on 2nd Floor. Contact Liz, 295-6921.

Classes, Workshops, Seminars
TEAM FITNESS is offering a CIRCUIT & LIFT class starting in October on Wednesday and Friday mornings from 7:15 am to 8am. You can pay by the class, buy a pass of 10 classes, or pay 39 for the month and take three classes a week.
We also offer Gentle Hatha Yoga, Zumba Gold, and Stretch classes. For more information and to discuss how these classes could help you please call 209-304-5139.

LOCAL LANGUAGE LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES - Bilinguals of all kinds and second language learners have many advantages, intelligence boosting, better job opportunities, higher salaries in public and other types of employment, more job security and best of all the study of another language is fun and provides protection against dementia, the scourge of aging America!  If you are ready to begin language studies now, or resume them in or around Amador county, I can help you find a way to get started whether through tutoring, classes, videos or tapes, on the internet, using music or television, geared to your style of learning and in the time that you have available. The secret of getting ahead is getting started and this is something people tend to put off for years, to their detriment. Expand your mind, and your horizons. Take the first step and call Profe Nora at 223-3322 for free advice.

LANGUAGEMEISTER - Translations and private tutoring in French, German and Spanish
Genealogy research for clients searching for German ancestors. Member: Sacramento German Genealogy Society (SGGS). Contact information: Elke Duffy 209-296-5302, Email:

ARE YOU A LOCAL ARTIST? Join the Amador County Artists Association, to share, network, and support local artists. The ACAA meets the second Wednesday of each month at 7 PM at the Amador Senior Center. Our meetings are open to the public, so come and join us! For more information, visit: AmadorArtists.orgFor more information, visit:

GENTLE YOGA CLASSES - Team Fitness in Pine Grove is proud to announce the start of a Beginning Hatha Yoga Program with classes offered Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Classes will run approximately 40 minutes and will probably cost $4 with a purchase of a 10 class pass, ($5 drop-in) or can be included as part of your monthly membership if you come regularly to Team Fitness. We are taking suggestions on times you would like to see these classes offered on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays - please send an email with your interest in the gentle yoga classes and times you are interested in, and we will contact you before the program starts. Contact: Cherie Maitland

Events Calendars & Activities
AmadorCounty Arts Council -
Amador County Artists Association -
Amador County Recreation Agency -
Amador Council of Tourism -
Amador Vintner's Association -
Main Street Theater Works -
Sutter Creek Theater -
Volcano Theatre Company -
KENNEDY MINE HISTORIC SURFACE TOURS continue through Oct 31. Tours are given from 10am to 3pm. Contact: or 223-9542
More announcements...
Stolen Art in Jackson - Reward Offered
"Right Turn" Mentor-led fitness helps overweight kids get fit and eat healthy!
Attention Local Businesses: Be a part of Plaid Friday! 
"Pieces" Project to Save Rubble Pieces for Butte Fire Art Monument

ANGEL TREE APPLICATION (Deadline is Oct 30). Here is the 2015 Angel Tree Application. Please feel free to print this out and/or email it to anyone who qualifies. Directions are on the application and please remember that no late applications will be accepted.
Again, this is for Amador County residents ONLY, and for families who qualify for the Free/Reduced Lunch with their income levels.
If you have any questions, please call the UCC at 296-2785.
thank you,
Ruthella Turner
FRC Director
Nexus Youth & Family Services

TEAM FITNESS is offering a CIRCUIT & LIFT class starting in October on Wednesday and Friday mornings from 7:15 am to 8am. You can pay by the class, buy a pass of 10 classes, or pay 39 for the month and take three classes a week.
We also offer Gentle Hatha Yoga, Zumba Gold, and Stretch classes. For more information and to discuss how these classes could help you please call 209-304-5139.

JOB OPPORTUNITY: Chief Assistant District Attorney
The District Attorney's Office is currently seeking a Chief Assistant District Attorney.  The ideal candidate will have eight (8) years in the practice of law in the State of California; and three (3) years as a prosecutor in a public agency in the State of California.  Must possess and maintain active membership in the State Bar of California and maintain a valid California Driver's License.
Job Type: Full Time
Salary / Pay Rate: $11,012/month
Post Date: 09/29/2015
Expire Date: 10/23/2015 5:00 PM
For more information about this position, please select the link Chief Assistant District Attorney.
To apply, please submit an Amador County Employment Application.

CAVANA’S DELI in Sutter Creek serves appetizers (small plates) every 2nd and 4th Saturday every month! Beer and wine specials from 5 to 8pm. Please join us on the patio for some good food. Thanks, hope to see you on our patio!
Terri Jo Cavana
Cavana's Deli

RIGHTURN: VOLUNTEERS & MENTORS NEEDED - The Kiwanis Club of Amador County will be sponsoring a Righturn.Club at a local elementary school. We are looking for assistance in getting this off the ground. We need mentors, facilitators, and helpers. The 10 week program, meeting after school twice a week for 90 minutes this fall, will give obese kids the help they need to make a right turn in their eating habits and fitness. If interested contact founder, Thomas Moraitis.  Thomas@Righturn.Club.
  You don't have to be an athlete, a teacher, or in perfect shape to be a mentor. HS and college students, retired folks, people who have flexible schedules at work are ideal. The helpers will prepare healthy snacks for 40 twice a week, food provided and deliver to school. The facilitators will help with the program in making craft items for the kids, like booklets, magnets and name badges. All supplies paid for by Kiwanis of Amador County.
  Want to start a Righturn.Club in your area? Thomas will give you all you need to start one, and speak to your local Kiwanis Club to provide the funding. No cost to students. All mentors will be screened for the safety of the kids. Visit www.Righturn.Club to learn more.

ART IN PUBLIC PLACES - The Amador County Artist Association (ACAA) has several benefits to being a member, one of those being Art in Public Places, where the artist can get regular exposure to build a reputation and occasionally make a sale with no commission fees.  This program also gives the location the opportunity to be known for original art on their walls and to promote awareness of original art. The exhibits rotate every 2 months.
Our current locations include Rosebud’s Cafe (downtown Jackson); the Superior Court of CA, County of Amador; American River Bank; Amador Senior Center; Sierra Eye Care; Amador Residential Care; Jackson Paint Spot; and Castle Oaks Golf Club in Ione.  Currently, the program has a good balance of artists to locations. New artists and locations are always welcome.  If you would like more information, contact Colleen Williams, Committee Chairperson, or (209) 295-2877.

INTERFAITH FOOD BANK VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! The Interfaith Food Bank is trying to rebuild its volunteer roster.  If you are looking to fill some time, build your resume, get some exercise, and give back to the community, the Food Bank has a variety of opportunities to do so. We are looking for volunteers to work both on-call and weekly shifts. Please email or call Assistant Program Coordinator Claire Gunselman or 209-267-9006.
Positions available: 18 years and older
Warehouse   Sort, bag, and shop for client orders and help clients to their vehicles.  Some lifting up to 25 pounds
Food pick up   Rides with driver to pick up and drop off food donations.  Requires some lifting up to 40 pounds and weekend shifts available
Drivers   Drive Isuzu box van, Sprinter van, and/or International Diesel Bob Tail to pick up and drop off food donations. Print-out of DMV record required (fee reimbursed upon request).  Some lifting up to 40 pounds and weekend shifts available.
Please consider supporting this need.
Thank you,
Thomas Thompson
Executive Director
Interfaith Council of Amador
12181 Airport Rd.
Jackson, CA  95642
209-267-9008 fax

THE AMADOR COUNTY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH ADVISORY BOARD is seeking new Members. The ACBHAB advises the Board of Supervisors and the Health and Human Services Director of the needs of the local mental health program pursuant to the California Welfare and Institutional Code Section 5604. Applicants must be residents of Amador County or healthcare professionals who work with residents of Amador County, but live outside the county.
If you are interested in additional information and the opportunity to serve please contact Dr. Arnie Zeiderman at or 209-267-1308.

"NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH" FACEBOOK GROUP - "Neighborhood Watch" group is a closed group of Amador County citizens who keep their "ear to the ground" and eyes open. Join today!

FREE GREEN WASTE RECYCLING IN SUTTER CREEK: A dumpster has been placed at the Sutter Creek Fire District Station One, 350 Hanford Street, for yard waste recycling. This service is available to ALL Amador County citizens. Only small yard pruning are accepted, no large limbs, stumps, garbage, appliances or construction debris.

THE MONTEVERDE GENERAL STORE MUSEUM, one of Sutter Creek’s most beloved and historical buildings, got a much needed fresh look recently, with new paint and store name. The City of Sutter Creek, Sutter Creek Community Benefit Foundation and donations from visitors and volunteers, made it possible for the Museum to look like new again. Read more...

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AT MOTHER LODE JOB TRAINING - Mother Lode Job Training (MLJT -formerly Job Connection)  has Scholarship and Training funds available for eligible Adults and Dislocated Workers. Last program year, we awarded $297,000 in scholarships to eligible participants in fields from Medical Assisting, Truck Driving, Welding and more! Eligibility conditions do apply, so contact MLJT for more information and to see if you qualify. We are now located in the Health and Human Services building located at 10877 Conductor Blvd., Suite 700, in Sutter Creek. Hours of operation are Monday – Thursday, 8 AM – 4:30 PM, closed from 12 PM to 1 PM, and closed Fridays. Contact MLJT at 223-3341, or visit the website at

AMADOR POLITICAL DISCUSSION GROUP on Facebook! Have something to say? Join today!

“FINDING THE MOTHER LODE” - Movie by Gianfranco Norelli and Suma Kurien. Features the unique migration of the Italians to Amador County and the West Coast.Italian Immigrants in Amador County and the West Coast. Available for purchase now! This movie is slated to be shown on PBS sometime in the future. Featuring Amador historians Carolyn Fregulia, Doug Ketron and John Leggett. Unabridged copy: $25 total at the ACRA office. On Amazon: $28.95 plus tx. and handling. For more information call 223-6349.

PHONE NUMBERS for Upcountry Community, Ione Family Resource, & Camanche Lake Community Centers:
Upcountry Community Center
19386 Hwy 88
Pine Grove, CA 95665
P: (209) 296-2785
F: (209) 296-2782
Ione Family Resource Center
17 S. Buena Vista Rd.
Ione, CA 95640
P: (209) 274-4655
F: (209) 274-4665
Camanche Lake Community Center
4419 Camanche Pkwy N.
Ione, CA 95640
P: (209) 763-2720
F: (209) 763-2740

DOCENTS NEEDED for Monteverde Museum. Presently, the museum is only opened two days out of each month.  When the museum is opened we usually have 20 plus visitors a day.  Local folks, visitors, in state and out of state are always happy to be able to go inside the store and experience the feeling of days gone by. Many will say it is like stepping back in time. Many will also say, they have been through Sutter Creek before and to their dismay the store has been closed.
 It would be beneficial for Sutter Creek if the museum would be opened more often. Unfortunately, we have a shortage of docents.  Presently, we have only 4 active docents to open the museum. We really need people to volunteer to just have the doors open to the public. If you know of anyone who has free time to do possibly one day a month, or even a few hours one day a month, please let us know.
 Still reaching out for other ideas to encourage folks to volunteer time. If you have any ideas please forward to me at

AMADOR SENIOR VISITORS PROGRAM NEEDS VOLUNTEERS. Join a great group of people working in the community to help our Senior Citizens live safer, healthier lives. Please call Eileen at 223-0442 for information about how you can help!

DO YOU HAVE STACKS OF NEWSPAPERS laying around your house, waiting to be recycled? Then please bring them on down to the Busi Parking lot in Jackson behind Mel's. The Boy Scout Troops of Amador County are collecting your newspaper donations and accept on an on-going basis. The large cargo container sits at the very back of the parking lot. There should be pallets next to the dumpster, where everyone can leave their stacks. Anyone can drop off their newspapers 7 days a week, day or night. We ask that you only donate actual newspapers, no glossy advertising, magazines or books. All proceeds directly benefit the various Troops in Amador County. It's a Win-Win for everyone, Scouts, you and the environment! For more information, contact Jenny Fritz at

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