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Shown are donors to the Sober Grad fund. Normally, the MCHS Grizzly Boosters would be providing a safe party environment for graduating seniors, through its event, Sober Grad Night. They are working on other plans this year to honor the seniors. Shown in the top right, going clockwise are: Coast Hardware’s Jim Dulcich (left), Heidi Dulcich (middle) and booster president Carla Shelton (right); Deputy Sheriff Association’s Tim Bennett (left) and Weston Carroll (middle) along with Shelton; Mariposa County Probation Department’s Matt DiPirro (right) and Shelton; Shelton and community member Carol Suggs to the right (husband Bill Suggs not shown); Tammi Guenthart (left) of Catheys Valley Parent Teacher Improvement Committee (PTIC) and Shelton; Ace Hardware employee Shannon (right) donating $1,000 in retail for prizes, along with Shelton; community member Sally Gill (right) and Shelton; attorney Anita Starchman Bryant (left) of Starchman & Bryant Law Offices, alongside Shelton; and Gazette owner Nicole W. Little (left) beside Shelton.

Shown are donors to the Sober Grad fund. Normally, the MCHS Grizzly Boosters would be providing a safe party environment for graduating seniors, through its event, Sober Grad Night. They are working on other plans this year to honor the seniors. Shown in the top right, going clockwise are: Coast Hardware’s Jim Dulcich (left), Heidi Dulcich (middle) and booster president Carla Shelton (right); Deputy Sheriff Association’s Tim Bennett (left) and Weston Carroll (middle) along with Shelton; Mariposa County Probation Department’s Matt DiPirro (right) and Shelton; Shelton and community member Carol Suggs to the right (husband Bill Suggs not shown); Tammi Guenthart (left) of Catheys Valley Parent Teacher Improvement Committee (PTIC) and Shelton; Ace Hardware employee Shannon (right) donating $1,000 in retail for prizes, along with Shelton; community member Sally Gill (right) and Shelton; attorney Anita Starchman Bryant (left) of Starchman & Bryant Law Offices, alongside Shelton; and Gazette owner Nicole W. Little (left) beside Shelton.

The Mariposa County High School Grizzly Boosters Club is still working hard to provide a special graduation experience for local high school seniors, even in these hard times.

“I want people to know there is a plan and we want to celebrate the seniors and their achievements, so we still are hoping for donations,” said Carla Shelton, booster president.

To donate, message the group on its Facebook page “Mariposa County High School Grizzly Boosters Club,” or mail funds to P.O. Box 127 Mariposa CA 95338. Email carlakshelton@gmail.com to learn more.

The boosters plan to provide a gift for each senior, plus grand prizes. This year a few other surprises are in store.

“We are working with the high school,” said Shelton.

As always, the boosters have the same message, reminding the public to celebrate graduation safely, especially in the Covid-19 pandemic.

Shown on this page are contributions from generous businesses and organizations which have already donated.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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