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Eastern Sierra Music Festival: Seeking Vendors and Volunteers

SEEKING VENDORS

Vendors may still sign up to be a part of the inaugural Eastern Sierra Music Festival, set to be held the weekend of July 22-23 at Bishop’s Tri-County Fairgrounds.

Spaces are available for businesses interested in showcasing their products and/or services to music fans from throughout the Eastern Sierra and from across the Western United States This summer’s Eastern Sierra Music Festival features country legends Dwight Yoakam and Larry Gatlin and The Gatlin Brothers, plus rising stars Brooke Eden and Old Southern Moonshine Revival. Tickets for the festival are on sale now and available at the festival’s website, WWMusicFest.org.

Eastern Sierra Music Festival benefits The National Wounded Warrior Center set to be built in Mammoth Lakes by Disabled Sports Eastern Sierra.

Deadline for vendor applications: Sun., May 1, 2016
For more information and a downloadable application, visit www. WWMusicFest.org
Questions: Cheryl Underhill, (760) 920-0106.
 


SEEKING VOLUNTEERS

Eastern Sierra Music Festival is looking for a few good volunteers to assist with the production of its inaugural festival, July 22-23.

There are several opportunities open for volunteers, including helping guide festival-goers, selling merchandise, checking IDs/badges, and more. While most volunteers will be needed during July 22 and 23, ESMF is also looking for pre-event volunteers to assist with logistics and event planning.

This summer’s Eastern Sierra Music Festival features country legends Dwight Yoakam and Larry Gatlin and The Gatlin Brothers, plus rising stars Brooke Eden and Old Southern Moonshine Revival. Tickets for the festival are on sale now and available at the festival’s website, WWMusicFest.org.

Eastern Sierra Music Festival benefits The National Wounded Warrior Center set to be built in Mammoth Lakes by Disabled Sports Eastern Sierra.

To offer your services, visit www.WWMusicFest.org for a volunteer application.
Volunteer: Cheryl Underhill, (760) 920-0106.

AMM: Kick Off Party


American Mule Museum (AMM) Kick Off Party

Join our Tribute to the American Mule! Take part in creating a museum and providing history of the Mules building America. "Pack up" your stories, adventures and ideas, and come join the FUN!

Delicious Western appetizers will be served along with libations, including the signature "Sierra Mule" drink.

Enjoy music by Fiddler/Singer-Songwriter - Fiddlin’ Pete Watercott. Tickets are $25 each and may be purchased using cash or a check at KIBS/KBOV and the Bishop Chamber of Commerce.

Tickets are also available on the AMM website, www.mulemuseum.org. Tickets are limited, get yours today!

The American Mule Museum Kick Off Party and Fundraiser
When:  Friday, May 27 (3 pm to 6 pm)
Where:
 Serventi Villa, 187 East Line Street, Bishop CA. 
AMM media contact: Craig Patten 760-920- 2898

BUHS: Free Summer Lunch

Bishop Unified School District understands that the economy has been hard on the families in Inyo County and has secured Federal funding to be able to offer FREE SUMMER LUNCHES to all children through age 18. There are no forms to fill out and the program will provide lunch to children through age 18 with no questions asked. The serving site for this summer is the Bishop High School “Bronco Café”, which is located outside near the entrance to the library.

We will start serving FREE SUMMER LUNCHES Tuesday, June 14, 2016 and continue through Tuesday July 26, 2016 (closed Monday July 4 th ). Lunches will be served at the Bishop High School Bronco Café Monday – Friday from 10:00 am – 10:30 am. Please keep in mind that federal funding guidelines do not allow food to be taken off school grounds and prohibit adults from sharing a free meal with a child. Adults are welcome to join their child for lunch at a cost of $3.00 per adult meal per day.

If you have any questions about the FREE SUMMER LUNCH program, please contact Susan Nelson in the cafeteria or Midge Milici in the district office.

NO A LA CARTE ITEMS FOR SALE… MEALS ONLY PLEASE!!!:-)

This institution is an equal opportunity provider.


El Distrito Escolar Unificado de Bishop entiende que la economía ha sido muy dura para las familias del condado de Inyo, por eso ha obtenido la financiación federal para poder ofrecer ALMUERZO GRATIS ESTE VERANO para todos los niños hasta los 18 años. No hay que llenar formularios y el programa ofrecerá el almuerzo a los niños hasta los 18 años sin hacer preguntas. El lugar donde se servirá el almuerzo este verano es en la preparatoria BHS “Bronco Café” propio que sirve para este verano es el Obispo Escuela Secundaria "Bronco Café", que se encuentra afuera cerca de la entrada de la biblioteca.

Vamos a empezar a servir ALMUERZO GRATIS ESTE VERANO el martes, 14 de junio del 2016 y continuará hasta el martes, 26 de julio del 2016 (cerrado el lunes, 4 de julio). El almuerzo se servirá en la preparatoria Bronco Café de lunes -a viernes de 10:00 am - 10:30 am. Por favor, tenga en cuenta que la guías de la financiación federal no permite que los alimentos se tomen fuera de la escuela y prohíben a los adultos compartir una comida gratis con un niño. Los adultos pueden venir y comer con su hijo pagando su almuerzo a un costo de $3.00 por comida de adulto por día.

Si usted tiene alguna pregunta sobre el programa ALMUERZO GRATIS ESTE VERANO, por favor póngase en contacto con Susan Nelson en la cafetería o Midge Milici en la oficina del distrito.

¡NO SE VENDE A LA CARTA… COMIDAS SOLAMENTE POR FAVOR!!:-)

Esta institución es un proveedor de igualdad de oportunidades.

Toiyabe: FIRST ANNUAL NASÜWÜNÜ-TI HEALTH FAIR

SPRING INTO HEALTHY HABITS AT THE FIRST ANNUAL NASÜWÜNÜ-TI HEALTH FAIR

The Toiyabe Indian Health Project invites you to the first annual Nasüwünü-ti Health Fair on Saturday, May 14, 2016 from 9am – 1pm at their Bishop Clinic located at 52 Tu Su Lane. The event is free for all ages and is welcome to attend.

“Nasüwünü-ti in Paiute means gathering,” says Karen Howard, Diabetes Case Manager at Toiyabe. “We want to gather together to promote health and wellness in our community.”

Interactive activities include free screenings for blood pressure, cholesterol, body mass index, and blood glucose; making smoothies on the bike blender; planting a tomato; learning about and signing up for health insurance; and games, music, and raffles. There will also be 20 informational booths highlighting services offered by Toiyabe as well as health information from county-wide agencies and other community health organizations. As you visit each booth, get your passport stamped to win fantastic prizes! There is fun for the whole family!

“We hope to spread awareness and improve the health of our community by promoting the services and resources available at Toiyabe and partner health agencies that the community can take advantage of,” said Serena Johnson, Project Coordinator with the Community Wellness Program at Toiyabe. “Our health fair includes activities that will help individuals and families recognize that they have control over everyday actions and choices that affect their health. We encourage the whole community to come join in the excitement of living a healthy lifestyle."

In addition to the participating Toiyabe departments, organizations with booths and activities include Mammoth Hospital, Master Food Preservers, Big Pine Wellness Center, Owens Valley Career Development Center Career Education, Language Program, and Tribal TANF programs, Northern Inyo Hospital, Inyo County Health & Human Services, Relief After Violent Encounters, and the California Telephone Access Program.

The mission of Toiyabe Indian Health Project is to improve and establish programs, policies and actions which focus on developing and maintaining healthy individuals, families and Indian communities. More information on Toiyabe can be found at http://www.toiyabe.us/.