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10/21/2021 - Arnold Area Business & Community Organization Relaunching & Holding Community Meeting on October 21s
Arnold, CA...GABA, The Greater Arnold Business Association is relaunching and holding a community meting on October 21st at 7pm at Independence Hall in Arnold. Come give your ideas on our local business community, parades, events, helping the Arnold & Ebbetts Pass Corridor Communities thrive and more.



Recently a steering and membership committee lead by Jim Carlon, Linda Baker and others has been meeting and working on future plans for GABA. Come join them on October 21st and help build and strengthen our local economy.

Below is a copy of the letter that was recently sent to all current and recent GABA member businesses.

Arnold, CA...GABA, The Greater Arnold Business Association is relaunching and holding a community meting on October 21st at 7pm at Independence Hall in Arnold. Come give your ideas on our local business community, parades, events, helping the Arnold & Ebbetts Pass Corridor Communities thrive and more.



Recently a steering and membership committee lead by Jim Carlon, Linda Baker and others has been meeting and working on future plans for GABA. Come join them on October 21st and help build and strengthen our local economy.

Below is a copy of the letter that was recently sent to all current and recent GABA member businesses.

GREATER ARNOLD BUSINESS ASSOCIATION AND COMMUNITY
PO BOX 2709
ARNOLD, CA 95223
10/4/21

Greetings:
The Greater Arnold Business Association and Community, AKA (GABA) has been a stable and viable organization, founded over 40 years ago to promote the businesses and identity of Arnold and the Highway 4 corridor. The group has been successful by organizing such events as the summer music series, local car shows, of July Parades, holiday events to engage all residents and the development of the 'Come to Arnold' website.

That was then, and this is now. The current status of GABA has experienced a loss of membership, loss of focus on the issues that matter to a small self-reliant community and the individuals to make that happen. The initial goals have been overlooked or abandoned, the very goals that made it successful in the past. Times have changed, but the goals of local business and the community have not. Technology has presented many challenges for local businesses and we need to address ways to integrate those new options, however we still need the foot traffic and attendance by our local residents and visitors for continued support. We need to address change and you can be a part of the new "re-invented" GABA. The new focus is to promote Arnold as the 'Gateway to Adventure'. This promotes all businesses and recreational opportunities to everyone.

The Arnold community and the local businesses need your support. We realize that everyone is busy trying to make a living between work and family time. But GABA needs all support types: membership support, participation and monetary. We are asking everyone to engage GABA on a level that is best for them. We will be holding a general meeting at Independence Hall. on Thursday October 21. 2021 At 7pm to gather ideas, concerns and your support. We are inviting you as a past member or an interested member to attend this meeting. Arnold needs leadership to reclaim the focus once seen by GABA to help enhance the community and market this beautiful location.

If you cannot make our scheduled meeting, monetary support would also be appreciated. For more information, please contact Mr. Jim Carlon at 209/795-2722.

Thank you,
GREATER ARNOLD BUSINESS ASSOCIATION
10/09/2021 - Mobile Clinic at Library Saturday for Covid-19 Vaccinations & Testing – Walk-ins Welcome!
Arnold, CA...If you’d like to get vaccinated or tested for Covid-19, Calaveras County’s mobile clinic will be at the Arnold Library this Saturday, October 9.  The County’s Health Department is sponsoring the mobile clinic from 9:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.



Vaccination: Appointments available but walk-ins are welcome. Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines are available – at no cost – to those 18 years old and up. Pfizer vaccine is available to those 12 and up.  Bring a form of documentation, such as your driver’s license, with your name and birthdate. To pre-register for a Covid-19 vaccination appointment go to: https://myturn.ca.gov. Call the CA COVID-19 hotline at 1-833-422-4255 (Monday-Friday 8 a.m-8 p.m., Saturday-Sunday 8-5 for assistance.


Booster shot: Only the Pfizer vaccine has been approved by the FDA for a booster shot for select groups of people who have already been fully vaccinated, and will be available at the mobile clinic. The FDA is planning to discuss booster shots of the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines on Oct. 14.


Testing: Walk-ins only. If you think you might have been exposed to the virus

or have any symptoms from sniffles to a cough, just drive up to the mobile clinic and they will give you the test to take in your car. You will receive results via email in about 48 hours – but in this case by the following Tuesday due to the weekend. To reduce any waiting time, you can pre-register for Covid testing at: https://bit.ly/3wpNEUU. Please bring health insurance information. If you’re uninsured, the government pays for your test.

According to County guidelines, if you’ve had close contact with someone who has Covid-19, you should get tested 3-5 days after exposure, even if you are vaccinated, and wear a mask in public indoor settings for 14 days or until you receive a negative result. (FYI: Home test kits are available for purchase at CVS in Angels Camp – call ahead to see if they are still in stock).


In case you can’t make it Saturday, below is the mobile clinic schedule in Calaveras County for the next week. Please share this info with your family and friends in the area!


We will send you updated mobile clinic schedules as they are available.
10/01/2021 - Bistro Espresso Has Your Friday Night Dinner Ready!!
Arnold, CA...Join us FRIDAY NIGHT October 1st for seated (or to go) off-menu dinner entrées! Honey Ginger Glazed Salmon with coconut Jasmine rice and Sautéed Sugar Snap Peas $24. New York Peppersteak with Parmesan Potatoes Gratin and Sautéed Snap Peas $26. The Bistro serves fresh, made-to-order American cuisine and BBQ. We serve fair trade, organic espresso drinks and coffee and a variety of beers & wines. Open daily for breakfast and lunch and serve family-style dinner specials on Friday & Saturday. 1225 Oak Circle Arnold, CA 95223
http://thebistroespresso.com/


10/08/2021 - TuCARE's Annual Natural Resources Summit is October 8th! “Making Our Communities Fire Safe"
Sonora, CA...On Friday, October 8th, 2021, Tuolumne County Alliance for Resources and Environment (TuCARE) will hold their Annual Natural Resources Summit in the Sierra Building at the Mother Lode Fairgrounds in Sonora. The Summit is open to the public and admission is free. Natural Resource agencies, organizations and businesses will provide information tables prior to and after the summit for attendees to peruse. Doors open at 8:00 a.m.



Speakers for the summit include: Congressman Tom McClintock, District 4 (confirmed); Randy Moore, Chief of the Forest Service (remote feed-confirmed); Jennifer Eberlien. Region 5 Forester USFS (remote feed); Ken Pimlott, (ret.) CALFIRE Chief (confirmed); Patrick Wright, Director with California Wildfire and Forest Resilience Action Plan; Adam Frese, CAL-FIRE; Susie Kocher, Forestry Advisor UCNR; Dore Bietz, Tuolumne County Office of Emergency Services; Glenn Gottschall, Hwy 108 Fire Safe Council; and Sherri Brennan, Lodestone Consulting.

For over 20 years, TuCARE has held a Natural Resources Summit. Approximately 200 people have attended the summit each year. Topics covered in past years include political and environmental hot topics such as global warming, environmental extremism, and the importance of logging to reduce fuel load on public lands. The focus of this summit will be to raise awareness for the need to prevent future fire catastrophes such as was experienced in Paradise, and more recently the Dixie and the Caldor fires. Speakers will discuss plans that have been developed to reduce fuels on public and private land, create safe passage if fire should occur, and to guard our communities from devastation.

The speaking portion of the summit kicks-off at 9:00 a.m. and runs till 1:00 p.m. From 8:00-9:00 a.m., and 1:00-1:30 p.m. attendees can visit information tables from local, state and federal agencies/organizations that will provide information on ways the public can participate in the ongoing need for the reduction of forest fuels.

There is no cost for this event due to the generous donations by a variety of sponsors including PG&E, Clarke Broadcasting Corp., and local community members. Doors open at 8:00 a.m. On Thursday, October 7th, a tour will be held in the Calaveras County, Hwy 4 area. The tour is invitation only, and seating is limited. The tour will highlight the fuels reduction work that has been done in and around subdivisions, in parts of the Stanislaus National Forest, and on private forest land.

TuCARE is a community based non-profit 501(c)3 organization founded in 1988. Our membership is a cross-section of the community and includes businesspersons, educators, retirees, and those actively engaged in working daily with natural resources. TuCARE supports the multiple use of natural resources on public lands. Multiple-use policies allow for everyone to benefit. TuCARE seeks stability for resource industries to ensure the economic soundness and stability of local communities.

For more information contact:
Melinda Fleming, Executive Director, TuCARE
(209) 586-7816 or tucare@mlode.com
09/21/2021 - Taco Tuesday at Bistro Espresso with Daniel Kushnir!!
The Bistro serves fresh, made-to-order American cuisine and BBQ. We serve fair trade, organic espresso drinks and coffee and a variety of beers & wines. Open daily for breakfast. #TacoTuesday the Bistro Summer finale with Daniel Kushnir! ⏰ 6-8pm - come early and stay late! Corn hole games will be out! Be sure to save room for dessert at the Bistro Creamery!

09/25/2021 - Seasons In the Woods 8th Annual Craft Faire is September 25 & 26!!
Arnold, CA...Seasons In the Woods 8th Annual Craft Faire is September 25 & 26!! This weekend Saturday and Sunday at Independence Hall!

09/19/2021 - American Heritage Girls Annual Registration Party is September 19th at Linebaugh Park
Arnold, CA...You are invited to the American Heritage Girls Annual Registration Party! This Sunday, September 19th at 2:30pm at Linebaugh Park. Please join American Heritage Girls Troop CA0016 for our Live Free registration party. This is a chance to learn more about our American Heritage Girls Troop, register, fellowship and play games. At this Live Free party we will start collecting items for Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes. For every item your family donates, you will receive a raffle ticket for a chance to win prizes. There is no limit to how many raffle tickets you can enter. Donation items suggested are crayons (24 pack), pencils, erasers, index cards, wash cloths, bar soap, tooth brushes, dental floss, combs/brushes, small musical instruments and small toys (no war-related toys, please)




09/14/2021 - Its Taco Tuesday with Brian Jirka Tonight at Bistro Espresso
Arnold, CA...Don't Miss #TacoTuesday with BRIAN JIRKA 9/14 ⏰ 6-8pm! Only a few more events left to hang with your family and friends at the Bistro this summer! Come on out and have some fun!


09/04/2021 - The 49th Annual Labor Day Weekend Outdoor Peddler’s Market
Arnold, CA...The 49th Annual ‘Labor Day Weekend Outdoor Peddler’s Market’ will be held over the Labor Day weekend holiday, Sept. 4 & 5 , in the beautiful mountain resort town of Arnold, on Highway 4. Arnold’s end-of-summer Market is situated among the pines and redwoods, and features 55 booths of antiques & collectibles, original art & crafts, & vintage jewelry – just a few of the range of items offered. Whether you’re shopping for yourself, for your home or cabin, or your next camping trip, you’ll be sure to find it here!


The Market will be adhering to the CDC & County requirements due to Covid-19, keeping safety in mind above all. All of our vendors will be wearing masks, we will have extra hand-washing & sanitizing stations, and practice 6’ social distancing. We want everyone attending or exhibiting to feel safe and have a great time!

Metal sculpture, yard art, pottery, jewelry, quilts, soaps & spa essentials, woodwork, furniture, fine art, clothing, scarves, dolls, birdhouses/feeders, fused glass plates & windchimes, photography, kid’s toys, hats, purses, succulents, leather goods and more are offered by our craftspeople/artists. You’ll also find antiques, collectibles, vintage jewelry – and much more!

The Market also offers home-made, hot prepared food booths and Kettlekorn.

We’ll have face painting for all if allowed.

The Market is held on the park-like grounds of Bristols Ranch House Café at 961 Highway 4 in downtown Arnold. Hours are 10 – 5 Sat., and 10 – 4 Sun.

For more information, email Kim or Mark: kimgirl72@hotmail.com or call: 925-372-8961.

Admission and parking are free, so we hope you come out and enjoy this open-air Market!
09/04/2021 - Music In The Park with Big Earl & The Cryin' Shame This Saturday at the Bistro Espresso
Arnold, CA...Sep 04, 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM Bistro Espresso, 1225 Oak Circle, Arnold, CA

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