Knights Ferry Community Club is offering the community the opportunity to take a bit of the Ferry home with them. On Saturday, Jan. 27 the social club will be hosting its first Paint Nite with the subject matter being the famed covered bridge. The by reservation event will be hosted at the Knights Ferry Community Club and will begin at 3 p.m. Tickets are $45 per artist, which includes all supplies as well as instruction. All skill levels welcome.
Oakdale Junior High School administrators are ready to pull on some jeans and jerseys for the 20th Annual Jeans and Jerseys Crab Feed on Saturday, Jan. 20. Principal Jon Webb, seated, along with Vice-Principals Catherine Medlin and Talmage Allen are excited for the opportunity to ‘get cracking’ with the community and show support for Oakdale Junior High. It’s been 20 years since a group of Rams pulled on a bib, grabbed some crackers and enjoyed a feed on some crab.
Oakdale Lions Club members stand at the ready to serve fresh cooked pizza to guests of the Annual Oakdale Lions Club Children’s Christmas Shopping Tour. It’s hard for Oakdale Lions Club member Greg Rivera to place an exact year to when he began helping with the Lions Club Annual Children’s Christmas Shopping Tour, two decades … maybe. As the event coordinator there is one thing he is most certain, as well as proud of – community.
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