Here's just some of what the Hawks have been up to, lately.
8th grade students with chaperones traveled by bus and boat to Catalina Island, spending three nights and four fabulous days with Catalina Island Marine Institute (CIMI).
COARSEGOLD – If you love engines, or shiny things, or both – it's time to rev up, because registration is open for the Coarsegold Classic Car Show. Whether you enter the show with your favorite wheeled obsession or just save the date on your calendar, it's set for Saturday, June 14. The car spectacular takes place on the green at Coarsegold Historic Village from 7 a.m. - 2 p.m.
COARSEGOLD - Supervisor Tom Wheeler will host the next in his series of Town Hall meetings in Coarsegold on Thursday, Apr. 24, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Coarsegold Community Center, 35540 Highway 41.
Residents are invited to take this opportunity to get information and ask questions about issues affecting their community and Madera County.
The agenda for the evening will be as follows:
Submitted by Debra Swiger
In 1960, Joe and Eileen packed up their five kids, left Los Angeles and headed out to Oregon to find a quiet, safe place to raise their kids. When they stopped in Madera to say goodbye to Joe's parents, they heard the Raymond Granite Quarry was hiring. That was 54 years ago, and they have never left.
Submitted by Carolyn Hoover, President, Yosemite Iris Society
COARSEGOLD - The Yosemite Iris Society is hosting our 2nd Annual Iris Show of the American Iris Society at Coarsegold School Multipurpose Room in Coarsegold on Saturday, Apr. 19 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
National American Iris Society judges will be judging over 95 beautiful entries of irises from our local youth and the general public. Many different varieties and species will be entered in show.
Written by Susanne Waite
COARSEGOLD - I would love to thank those on the Coarsegold Rodeo Committee who volunteer, giving their heart and soul to make this annual event safe, enjoyable and a whole lotta fun for our community!
We’ve had so many step up to help make this event something special over the past 60 years – especially those who have been long time volunteers who tirelessly and quietly, work for the entire 12 months a year to make the rodeo magic happen for 3 days every year.
You know what they say, "It takes a Village!” Well, it takes quite a dedicated gang of cowboys and gals here in Coarsegold to keep this old fashioned, family oriented rodeo tradition alive.