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THURSDAY 07/26/12 Lima Beans & Ham, Carrots, Garden Salad, Cornbread, Fresh Melon FRIDAY 07/27/12 Sub Sandwich w/Lettuce & Tomato, Coleslaw, Vegetable Soup, Chips, Yogurt MONDAY 07/30/12 Cheesy Chicken Salsa Skillet, Mixed Vegetables, Black Beans, Wheat Roll, Applesauce TUESDAY, 07/31/12 Hawaiian Turkey Burger, Green Salad, Corn, Jell-O w/Fruit WEDNESDAY, 08/01/12 Soft Chicken Taco w/Lettuce & Tomato, Refried Beans, Spanish Rice, Cantaloupe

Weekly Community Calendar QUILT ‘N HOME Quilting & Home Decor Supplies/Services

INSTRUCTION, SERVICE & SALES! 425 E. Ridgecrest Blvd. •1- 760-371-9060

Flex Thursday In The Park Weather Permitting!

AUG. 2 ND ~ 5-9pm

Kid’s Movies, Food, Local Vendors, Music provided by Bob Peoples

MONTHLY MEETINGS: • The Southern Sierra Boys and Girls Club (SSBGC) invites you to join in the 1st Annual Fun Mud Run. Please help the SSBGC support the youth of this community. If you have questions, please feel free to contact Trisha Miller at 760-375-8870 or by email at ssmudderquestions @ • The Ridgecrest City Council Veteran’s Advisory Committee will meet every month on the 2nd and 4th Monday from 1pm to 2pm at VFW Ship 484, 117 N. Alvord Street, in the meeting hall to discuss and resolve community issues that concerns Veterans, their dependents and spouses. The Honorable Mayor, Ron Carter is in full support and cooperation of this committee. All Veterans, dependents and spouses of veterans are welcome to come out and contribute ideas and support. • Ridgecrest Red Hats meets last Tuesday of each month. 760-371-7739. • Coso Archery Club Meets the 2nd Wednesday of every month at 6:30pm at The Pizza Factory, 1601 Triangle Drive. Go to: • Coso Archery Club Holds Monthly Open Archery Shoots on the 2nd Saturday of every month at 8am during summer months and Phone 760-375-5438 9am during winter months. The archery range is located within the Ridgecrest Gun Range at the corner of Brown and Wiknich Roads. for Reservation Go to: and/or Cancellations • Sunday Adult Education-Equipping the Saints, every Sunday 8:30am-9:30am. Teachers: Henderson and Connie Zeno, Desert Christian Center. 100 E. Bataan (Across from Walmart) For more information contact DCC at 760-375-9954. • 25th Anniversary KIDS FISHING FESTIVAL, 8am-3pm, FREE for kids 14 an younger. SnowCreek Ponds, Old Mammoth Rd, Mammoth Lakes. Rods & reels provided, lots of guides to help, raffle prizes, 15” Alpers Trout Stocked! JULY 26 • Exchange Club of Ridgecrest Meeting- Luncheon meetings every Thursday, usually with a guest speaker. Meeting is 12-1pm. Contact 760-382-392.2 230 W . Ridgecrest Blvd. • Family Storytime- Ridgecrest Branch Library, 131 E. Las Flores Ave. Stories for children ages 3-5 years and older siblings welcome every Thursday at 11 am. 760-384-5870. (760) 375-8456 • "Health & Freedom Solution"- Everyone is looking for a solution to their health and financial concerns. This is a fun, informative look at USANA will help you find a simple solution to the success you've been searching for. This event will take place at Dana Alloway's home, 1105 Sydnor Ave, at 7 pm contact 760-608-0797 JULY 27 • 9 Hole Golf Special- For more information or to register call the China Lake Golf Course at 760-939-2990. • NAMI Peer to Peer- 10 week Experiential Learning Course. Starting July 27. Pre- Registration is required. Designed for those living with any serious Mental Illness wanting to establish Wellness & Recovery. For more information/registration call Cheryl at 760-977-7837 • Blues After Hours- Every Friday night from 5-9 pm at the "Jazz Cafe" Cafe Potpourri in the Carriage Inn. No cover charge, menu and full bar available. • TOPS,Inc Meeting- This is a non-profit international group. (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) They meet Fridays at 9 am at Santiago Club house at 801 W. Ward. This is a support group. We are friendly and non-judgmental. Weigh-ins are private. This is open to men and women. Contact 760 371 7739 or email at Open: 11:00am-3:00pm Mon thru Sat JULY 28 • The Silver-Haired Singles will meet at 5:30pm at Lugo’s Grill. • The Cherokee Community of Central California, Ridgecrest Area will be hosting a public presentation of the award-winning film “The Trail of Tears, A Cherokee Legacy” at 1pm at the DART conference room, 201 E. Ridgecrest Blvd. Admission is free and open to all, but space is limited. For more information please call Little Deer Durvin at 760-382-4096. • An Evening in Old Town- Come enjoy an evening walk on Balsam st and Ridgecrest Blvd. Pick up your maps at participating retailer or the art/crafts fair located inside the Historic USO Building. For more information contact Alan Alpers 805-947-7098 • Hunter Education Course Registration- The Sierra Desert Gun Club is hosting the last class this year for California Hunter Education Certificate. The two day class will be held on Aug 11 &12. The cost is $10. Registration times are 9 am to 1 pm at the Kerr McGee Center. Contact Gary Speegle @ 760-375-8903 . JULY 27-29 • The Heart of Dogland- Hungry River Theatre Co. presents The Heart of Dogland, a new play on compassion, selfishness and th adventure! This play features new works written by Hungry River as well as stories, songs, and poetry from the Ridgecrest community. Show runs 7/13-7/29 Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays at 7PM & Saturdays at 2PM. Tickets: $10. Available at Red Rock Books, at the door or online. For complete list of show times and more information visit JULY 29 • Born Again Quartet- Come join the Born Again Quartet in a great time of fellowship, worship and praise. They will be featuring songs from their latest recording projects, as well as some traditional favorites. The public is cordially invited. Inyokern Baptist Church, 6521 Pains Ave., Inyokern at 6pm. • Love Unplugged at the Park- free dinner for everyone, live music, family fun and a great word. Every Sunday at 6:00pm at LeRoy Jackson Park. Bring a lawn chair or blanket. For more information contact Desert Christian Center: 760-375-9954. st JULY 31 • Land Sailing. Every Tuesday and Thursday from 4 - 7pm, wind permitting. MWR 760.939.3006 • Concert in the Park- For more information or to register call MWR Marketing office at 760-939-2602 • ChamberMaster Orientation- Want to learn about the new benefits available to you as a member of the Ridgecrest Chamber of July 28th 7-9pm Commerce? Join Chamber President/CEO Nathan Ahle for an overview of all the great features available and learn more about the Chamber! Judie's Espresso Cafe 6 to 7:30 p.m. Free, RSVP's requested Join Us for an Evening • Hunter Education Course Registration- The Sierra Desert Gun Club is hosting the last class this year for California Hunter Education in Old Town Certificate. The two day class will be held on Aug 11 &12. The cost is $10. Registration times are 7pm - 9pm at the Kerr McGee Center. Ridgecrest Blvd & Balsam St. Contact Gary Speegle @ 760-375-8903. • Elks Charity Bingo- to benefit the Ridgecrest Animal Shelter. Five early birds at $5 per pack. Each game pays $100. Three double Coming Aug 23 @ 8pm actions $2 each or 3 for $5 each game pays $250. 19 Games at $200 each. 1 game of letter X for $250. $40 buy in. Doors open at 5:15. Open to the public. Roy Book Binder AUGUST 4 • The Literacy Council of IWV is pleased to sponsor a special community event with Stacie Wheeler, Speech-Language Pathologist as Tickets Available July 20th Guest Speaker at 10am at the Santiago Estates Rec Room, 801 W. Ward St., Ridgecrest. Free screenings ages 4-10 with appointment only. 760-375-6308. Come See our New


Gift Shop Open Unique Gifts & See’s Candy!

OPEN MIC July 27 @ 7pm

Classic Movie Night

August 1 7pm Movies on the Move!

Genealogy Research Disk. Free to Members.

Calendar Information with Permission from the Ridgecrest Chamber of Commerce


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