We'll be back on Monday, May 4, 2015 - HAVE A GREAT WEEK!
Don’t miss this year’s tea given by Altrusa International of the Eastern Sierra. The tea, on Saturday, May 9, at the Tallman Pavilion on the Tri-County Fairgrounds will feature three courses and three different teas. This year’s tea has a “Downton Abbey,” theme. Tables of eight are hosted and decorated by a “Mum”. The Mum sets her table with her best china and linens. Because of the theme, this year’s tea will also have footmen for servers. Distinguished men of the area have been recruited and will be a treat for the guests. Guests are encouraged to dress up and wear a hat. Hats from the collection of Ginny Rude will also be available to borrow.
Tickets are only $40, the profits from this event and other fundraisers allow Altrusa to give hundreds of books away every year to local children at Santa in the Park, the Jamboree at the spring Choo Choo Swap meet and to school libraries. The club also funds Hug Me Bears and Bags Full of Fun at Northern Inyo Hospital.
When: Sat., May 9
Where: Talman Pavilion - Tri-County Fairgrounds
Cost: $40 each
Tickets: www.altrusaes.org or by calling, Gail Swain, 760.872.2428.
Don’t hesitate, tickets are going fast. The tea is the day before Mother’s Day, what a great way to celebrate family.
THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS will hold a workshop during next Tuesday’s Board of Supervisors Meeting titled “Talking Water Workshop” to discuss water availability. In light of the severity of present drought conditions and the dire shortfall in water for in-valley uses proposed in LADWP’s Proposed Annual Operations Plan, the Board desires input from all segments of the community concerning Owens Valley water availability and use. The Board is inviting representatives of the Department of Water and Power, the Tribal Councils, signatories to the 1997 MOU concerning the Inyo/Los Angeles Long-Term Water Agreement, local water districts, LADWP lessees, State and federal agencies, parties participating in the Owens Lake Master Project Advisory Committee, and the public to join the Board in their discussions.
The workshop is scheduled for April 28, 2015 at 1:30 p.m., in the Board of Supervisors Room, at the County Administrative Center in Independence.
The Board encourages those who are interested in learning about and providing information concerning the impacts and mitigation of reduced water availability in Inyo County to attend the workshop and share with the Board your comments and ideas.
A group of Bishop citizens has formed a board and is in process of becoming approved as a non-profit corporation. The intent of this group is to organize and institutionalize an annual music festival for the expressed purpose of raising funds for The National Wounded Warrior Center in Mammoth Lakes, Ca. All net proceeds from this annual event will be donated to The National Wounded Warrior Center.
The Festival is being planned for the summer of 2016 and will be a two day event starting on a Friday and ending Saturday night with camping at the Tri- County Fairgrounds as a feature. They hope to attract well known entertainers in addition to various up and coming music artists.
Anyone interested in getting involved with planning, donating or performing is encouraged to attend the first of several mixers. The first mixer will be held at the Bishop VFW Post 8988 on May 6th 2014. The board will meet at 5pm and the mixer starts at 6pm. Olga Rojas will be providing her famous burritos as a kickoff for fundraising.
Board meetings are held twice a month and are open to the public. Anyone that is interested is welcomed and highly encouraged to attend. The meeting schedule is on our website www.wwmusicfest.org. This is a crucial Veterans cause and stands to benefit our local community. For more information please check us out on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Google+ or goto our website at:
Regards, Mike Patterson Board President
Wounded Warrior Country Music Festival - First Mixer
When: Wed., May 6 (5pm Board Meeting, 6pm Mixer)
Where: Bishop VFW Post 8988 484 Short Street Bishop, CA.
Bishop Union High School JV Football Meeting
All Bishop Union High School JV football players and their parents are encouraged to attend an informational meeting on Thursday, April 30th beginning at 6pm . The meeting will be held at the High School in the room next to BUHS Library. All JV parents and players are invited, including current 8th grade students.
Any Questions can be directed to JV Head Coach James Ferrell, 760-937-6247.