Community Partners Raising the Bathhouse
Join us at Gumba's Family Pizza, Wednesday, September 26, 2018, 4pm-9pm, to help raise funds for a new Bathhouse at White Sulphur Springs Ranch. The new bathhouse has been designed to accommodate our disabled children, disabled veterans and to serve the community.
Gumba's Family Pizza has agreed to donate 10% of their food sales between 4pm-9pm that night to White Sulphur Springs Ranch to support construction of the new Bathhouse. If you can't make it, no worries, all take-out orders between 4pm-9pm qualify for this donation program.
Raffle prizes will be available all day at Gumba's on September 26, with the drawing held that night. Prizes include, gift baskets, custom art work, jewelry and our "MYSTERY CHEST" which has over $200 in cash and prizes inside as of 9-1-18.
Each week leading up to the drawing on September 26, the "MYSTERY CHEST" will have something of value added to it.
If you are interested in purchasing early raffle tickets for the "MYSTERY CHEST" call 925-321-3354. Raffle tickets will be available for all other prizes only at Gumba's on September 26.
LIVING HISTORY SCHOOL DAYS 2018
Third grade students from C. Roy Carmichael stepped back in time again by attending the 5th annual “School Days at White Sulphur Springs Ranch” field trip. Mohawk Valley Stewardship Council (MVSC) volunteers showed what it was like at the Ranch in 1858 when it was a stage coach stop on the way to Quincy. Teachers Alex Cone and Tenaya Kooynan used the trip as an opportunity to inject a little local flavor into their California history curriculum for the 44 - 3rd graders in attendance. The MVSC hosted the field trip as a part of its community outreach effort. The day was organized by Karen Fraser and assisted by a dozen volunteers manning six stations where hands on demonstrations were conducted.
A highlight of the day was a lunchtime music fest led by Ranger Pat O’Reilly who played the guitar and was accompanied by kids banging on washboards, string bases and other improvised instruments.
All in all it was a great day for the kids and for the MVSC volunteers who were delighted to experience the energy and enthusiasm of the C. Roy Carmichael 3rd graders.
Progress at White Sulphur Springs Ranch
A great big shout out to PENHALL-RENO for donating their concrete drilling services at White Sulphur Springs Ranch. PENHALL drilled 9 holes through a 30" thick concrete wall at the ranch in preparation for the installation of our new water system that will service the ranch house, the bath house and most importantly the future swimming pool.
This was a huge help to our project and we thank Pat for his expert drilling services and Greg Howder with PENHALL-RENO for allowing this generous donation.
Help us build a Community Swimming Pool at White Sulphur Springs Ranch
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