April 28, 2011 RSS feed / Inside Education

Students can attend summer camp

Those lazy days of summer are just around the corner, and local children have the opportunity to enjoy five fun-filled days at summer camp. More...

Scholarship winners

Rotarian Larry Barr (not pictured), representing the Mollie Suh Yaley Scholarship Foundation, presented this year's scholarships to three young Mariposa students, Margaret 'Maggie' Hibert, Carrie Wah More...

Hertfelder receives DNC science honor

The Mariposa County High School senior of the week is Susan Hertfelder, who is the Delaware North Parks and Resort plaque winner for science. She is the daughter of Dana and Catherine Hertfelder of Bootjack.  More...

CVE students on the hunt

Cathey’s Valley School students participated in their annual Easter egg hunt. The eggs were filled with prize slips for candy, stuffed animals, and toys. More...

MMS Olympics

On April 15 the second annual Mariposa Middle School Olympics took place. More...

Woodland appreciates drivers

Woodland Elementary students celebrated and thanked the school's bus drivers on Bus Driver Appreciation Day on April 19. More...

Fund raiser planned

On Friday, May 6 there will be 4-H Camp Tweety fund raiser to help send youth to 4-H camp. Residents can stop by the Mariposa Pizza Factory between 5 and 8 p.m. and mention 4-H when ordering.  More...

SAG supports MCHS Grizzly Band

Sierra Artists’ Gallery (SAG) will support fund raising to send the MCHS Grizzly Band to New York by holding a special sale event on Saturday, April 30 during the Butterfly Festival. More...

4-H Camp Tweety deadline approaches

Mariposa County 4-H invites all fourth through eighth grade children to come join the fun at Camp Tweety. On June 18 to 20, Camp Tweety will take place at Lions Camp Pacifica. The camp will begin Saturday morning and end on Monday afternoon.  More...

College for Kids opens registration

One of Merced College’s most popular programs, College for Kids, is accepting registrations for the 2011 summer schedule.  More...

Sierra Meadows says thanks

Sierra Meadows Country Club Manager Mike Best (left) thanks Mariposa County High School FFA Advisor Wayne Forsythe for his students’ repair of the company’s barbecue. More...

Grads return

Mariposa County High School graduates returned to town last week to address the current graduating class at the 59th annual Senior Brunch sponsored by the United Methodist Women. More...

Living history

On Friday, April 15, fourth through sixth grade Mariposa Elementary students experienced the 1860s first hand at the Las Mariposas Civil War re-enactment at the Long Ranch. More...

Teaching kids to be ready

Sergeant Chris Ramirez (above) paid a visit to Mariposa Kiwanis Preschool last week. More...

MMS honors bus drivers

On April 19 Mariposa Middle School ASB officers again celebrated the school bus drivers of Mariposa. They hosted their annual bus driver hospitality center. More...

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