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TA B L E O F

Contents 4 Tuolumne County – We live where people play

13 Outdoor Recreation in Tuolumne County

5 Welcome from the President

14 Ciderworks & Wineries

6 History

16 Housing & Real Estate

8 Tourism

18 Health Care

12 Arts & Entertainment

22 Education 24 Economic Development 26 Map 27 Important Information 28 Transportation 29 Members – Alphabetical 32 Members by Category 38 Advertiser Index

This is a Town Square Publication created and produced for the Tuolumne County Chamber of Commerce 222 S. Shepherd St. | Sonora, CA 95370 Phone: (209) 532-4212 | Fax: (209) 532-8068 Email: info@tcchamber.com Website: www.tcchamber.com Copyright© 2016 Town Square Publications 155 E. Algonquin Rd., Arlington Heights, IL 60005 www.townsquarepublications.com Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information in this publication. The Chamber and Town Square assume no responsibility for misinformation. Please contact the Chamber with any additions or corrections. Reproduction in whole or in part without permission of the Chamber and Town Square is prohibited. Chairman, CEO and Publisher Douglas K. Ray President and Chief Operating Officer Scott Stone Vice President/Director Scott Ray Production Manager Joe Nugara Content Coordinator/Client Liaison Stefanie Nugara Editor and Cover Design Gail Gaboda Graphic Designer Kirsten Riedl Ad Production Coordinators David Abraham and Tiffany Salerno Directory Coordinator Michael Sumrak Contributing Writer Jean Murphy Acquisition Manager Mark Waligorski Advertising Sales Joy Shultz

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Tuolumne County W E L I V E W H E R E P E O P L E P L AY Take a walk down the streets of Sonora, visit Columbia State Historic Park, or take a train ride at Railtown 1897 State Historic Park.

Cellars with tasting rooms in Jamestown. They have each won gold, silver and bronze for their remarkable and spectacular wines.

Tourism: the Tuolumne County Visitors Bureau’s slogan captures the essence of Tuolumne County as “One Destination, Three Vacations: Gold Country, High Sierra and Yosemite.” We also have Dodge Ridge Ski Resort, Pinecrest Lake, and Leland High Sierra Snow Play along State Route 108. Then State Route 49 is the route of the historical California Gold Rush. Finally, Highway 120 takes you through the historic towns of Chinese Camp, then up to Big Oak Flat and Groveland all the way to Hetch Hetchy and Yosemite.

Our health care is anchored by our fantastic Sonora Regional Medical Center that includes 24-hour emergency care, a cancer center, birthing center, and a surgery center, along with a prompt care clinic. Then our Tuolumne County Health Department provides a multitude of services throughout our community of 57,000 for young and old alike.

Our Outdoor Recreation is bountiful, with numerous lakes offering skiing and boating, fishing in our rivers, rafting, camping, hiking, and biking. How about experiencing a pack trip through our beautiful Emigrant Wilderness?

By Michael Ayala, Executive Director & CEO

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elcome to the Tuolumne County Chamber of Commerce’s 2016 Community Profile and Business Directory. Tuolumne County is such a beautiful place to not only live, work, visit and play, but we have so much more to offer. Following is a quick glimpse of what you will find in our new Directory. History: From a historical perspective, you will have the opportunity to flashback to about 1848 to get a look at what took place here during the Gold Rush that lasted for almost 10 years, and how the towns of Sonora, Jamestown and Columbia came into being.

Homes & Real Estate: So you have come to visit and now you want to make our county your home. Our real estate companies will help you find the home of your dreams and help you decide where you want to buy. How much property do you want, where’s the snowline, water district or well? They will help you with all those questions, but the biggest benefit is that our homes are affordable and range in size according to what you are in the market for. Our Arts & Entertainment form a vibrant community ranging from Second Saturday in downtown Sonora, to our talented theatrical arts at Stage 3 in downtown Sonora or Sierra Repertory Theatre in East Sonora. Our Tuolumne County Arts Alliance is growing and very active in our community for the budding artist to the growing musician and a great place to connect your talents.

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Ciderworks/ Wineries: We have the renowned Indigeny Reserve, a great producer of some amazing hard cider, brandy and more recently, tasty vodka. We also have Gianelli Vineyards and Inner Sanctum

Education: The County has 11 public school districts, including four public charter schools and three non-public schools. The County Superintendent of Schools office provides county-wide education leadership for pre-K through high school, and through age 22 for eligible students with disabilities. We are also home to Columbia College, offering associate’s degree and associate certificate programs for students as early as high school and post high school education. Business, Retail & Professional Service: The Tuolumne County Economic Development Authority is currently attracting new manufacturers and technology firms to our county, “where the outdoors meets your front door,” according to Larry Cope, TCEDA’s CEO. We also have a very active and engaged SCORE Chapter. Tuolumne County SCORE will help you with free one-on-one mentoring for starting, maintaining, or growing your successful small business or nonprofit. SCORE can be found at https://tuolumnecounty.score. org. Transportation: Finally, if you don’t want to use your car, how do you get around the County? We have Tuolumne County Transit whose motto is “We go there, we get you there,” and we mean it! They have Fixed Route service with six different routes, and Dial-a-Ride for those who need a little more care and attention. The SkiBUS runs during the ski season and operates from Sonora to Dodge Ridge on weekends and holidays. Then the Yosemite bus or YARTS runs from May to September from Sonora to Yosemite Valley. Finally, take the historic Trolley to special events that make the county a great place to live, work or visit. So please read through our 2016 Directory and find the nuggets of gold that make Tuolumne County what it is today! ◗

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Welcome

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n behalf of the Tuolumne County Chamber of Commerce and all of its business partners, large and small, I welcome you to the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains – to Tuolumne County, California. Whether you are visiting for business or pleasure, or if you are a permanent resident and you call Tuolumne County home, we wish that your experience and time spent here is filled with relaxation, rejuvenation, family fun, outdoor thrills and excitement. Tuolumne County offers something for everyone; outdoor adventures can be had by biking or hiking, camping and sightseeing. Visiting www.tuolumnecountytrails.com can help you find that perfect outdoor adventure. Fun for the entire family can be found spending the day walking and sightseeing at Yosemite National Park, or walking and shopping in Columbia State Park; a town that has not changed since the 1800s. Spend the day

in Jamestown, gold panning, antique shopping and taking a ride on good ol’ #3, a steam train that is a movie star in her own right. If you enjoy the winter fun, we have that too. A wonderful ski resort and snow park awaits you up the hill in Pinecrest. Enjoy the day skiing, snowboarding or take the family and have a great day playing at the snow park. Summer offers white water rafting, year-round golf, fishing, and boating from one of our many recreational lakes. Spend some family time camping and enjoy the laid back and stress free way of life. To help you unwind even further, Tuolumne County offers three live Theatres, two large Casinos and resorts, wine tasting, fine dining, Main Street shopping, rejuvenating day spas and so much more. Tuolumne County is your home away from home. Please use this guide as your primary resource. The businesses listed in this guide

are all part of our community and we invite you to come and stay a while. Again, welcome to Tuolumne County, unwind and enjoy yourself! Teri L. Brockmire President of the Tuolumne County Chamber of Commerce

“Your Friends and Neighbors Serving You.” Junction Office Margaret Davis, Manager 533-3548 Apparel

Kohl’s 532-2805 TJ Maxx 588-8140 Trendz 532-6537

Balloons/Party Supply

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Banks/Financial

BBV A Compass Bank 532-7481 Umpqua Bank 532-0986 Wells Fargo 533-2103

Beauty/Supplies

Bridal/Tuxedo Rental Sierra Bridal 532-2000

Business Service

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PriceCo Foods 532-4343

Insurance Premier Insurance 532-3500

Candy

Jewelers

Cleaners

Pharmacy

Department Stores

Pet Supplies

Columbia Candy Kitchen 588-1898 Taylor Jewelry 533-9302 Kathy’s Miracle Cleaners 532-1032 CVS Pharmacy 532-0601 Kohl’s 532-2805 TJ Maxx 588-8140

California Hair Co. 532-0607 CVS Pharmacy 532-0601 Beauty Nails II 533-1635

Drug Store

Books & Gifts

Starbucks 533-8831

Mountain Bookshop 532-6117

Groceries

CVS 532-0601

Espresso Florist

Bear’s Garden Florist 588-2727

McCloud’s Pets 533-1330

Prosthetics

Hanger Prosthetics & Ortho 532-4497

Restaurants

The Great Wall 533-0622 Jack in the Box 532-2900 Kentucky Fried Chicken 532-9571

Round Table Pizza 532-1018 Subway 533-2011 La Hacienda 532-1014 Togo’s 533-5000

Shoes Famous Footwear 532-0615 Smoke Shop

Sonora Smoke Shop 536-6220

Smoothies/Yogurt Swirls 533-3353

Specialty Services

Money Mart 588-0130 Sherriff Community Svc. 536-9828

Variety Store

Dollar Tree 532-7174

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who drew inspiration for “The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County” while in an Angels Camp saloon. For approximately 10 years Tuolumne County was in the grip of gold fever and rapidly filled with men hoping to strike it rich. New bonanzas were discovered almost daily and colorfully named places sprung up such as Sawmill Flat, Confidence, Shaws Flat, Garrote, Gold Springs and Algerine. With a rapidly rising population and primitive medical facilities, Sonora’s trustees established a hospital. The first drug store in Sonora was opened in the fall of 1849 by Dr. Stothers in downtown Sonora. Sonora was incorporated on May 1, 1851, but had become the county seat on February 18, 1850. One year later the entire town burned to the ground in a fire that began in a French restaurant. It was quickly rebuilt and many of the buildings in the downtown area date from 1852.

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alifornia’s Gold Rush was launched when the first nuggets were found at Capt. John Sutter’s lumber mill at Coloma on January 24, 1848. President James Polk confirmed the richness of the California diggings in December 1848 and the rush was on.

Canada, Mexico, the British Isles, Ireland and the Orient. Some American southerners even brought slaves with them. It was a group of Mexicans from Sonora, Mexico, who established a camp a few miles east of Woods Crossing in March 1849 that would become Sonora.

Tuolumne County is located in the area known as the Southern Mines. It was the home of Native Americans for over 8,000 years until the early summer of 1848 when a party of gold seeking Philadelphians arrived in the county’s western portion. They named their camp Woods Crossing and the nearby creek Woods Creek in honor of one of their leaders, the Rev. James Woods. Gold was so plentiful that word spread quickly, bringing would-be fortune hunters to Tuolumne County from such distant places as North and South America,

In August 1848 Col. George F. James founded Jamestown just east of Woods Crossing, but later made a hasty departure leaving behind a mountain of debt. Jamestown’s name briefly became American Camp to erase the memory of Col. James but its original name soon returned. 1848 was also the year Judge A. H. Tuttle arrived at Mormon Gulch, built the first log cabin in the county and established Tuttletown. Nearby Jackass Hill immediately took rank as one of the richest diggings and over a decade later was visited by Mark Twain

Sonora’s population often swelled to 10,000 on Sundays when miners from throughout the region came into town to buy supplies, frequent the town’s many saloons and often gamble away all of the gold they worked so hard to get. Sonora quickly became known as the wickedest gold camp in California. In March 1850 the diggings in Columbia were established by the Hildreth party from Maine after they observed a group of Mexican miners meeting with some success there. Finding results beyond their expectations, they located permanently there and as word spread of their good luck, hundreds of miners soon arrived, new discoveries were made throughout the area and the town of Columbia was born. One of the first Argonauts to arrive was Captain Francis Avent who reportedly mined two and a half pounds of gold on his first day. The first newspaper published in California’s gold country was the Sonora Herald which issued its premier edition on July 4th 1850. The next year it announced that Tuolumne County’s population had reached almost 20,000 people! Tuolumne County experienced a second gold rush between 1890 and 1915 aided by large investments of capital and industrial age mining technology. These modern miners tapped into areas left behind by the ‘49ers. Tuolumne County’s first sawmills were established in the Gold Rush and the timber industry grew to considerable size by harvesting prime ponderosa and sugar pines, and white and Douglas firs. The Sierra Railway arrived in Tuolumne County in 1897 and helped get products to market and passengers to their destinations. Today, tourists flock to Tuolumne County to experience its rich history, shop and dine in vintage buildings and walk in the footsteps of the pioneers. ◗

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f you have ever watched a movie or television show set in the Old West, you have probably unknowingly “visited” California’s Tuolumne County. This gorgeous country encompasses many square miles which remain uninhabited and natural because they are preserved by the federal, state and county governments for all to enjoy, whether in person or through film and video. Tuolumne County’s Visitors’ Bureau uses the slogan “One Destination, Three Vacations: Gold Country, High Sierra and Yosemite”

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to convey the wide range of sights and experiences available to those who might otherwise visit the world-famous Yosemite National Park and then immediately leave for San Francisco or Lake Tahoe, missing the many other experiences available nearby, explained Jennifer Lopez, Marketing Director for the Visitors Bureau. “We are the front door to Yosemite but we also want to encourage visitors to visit our historic gold towns, the High Sierra, including Sonora Pass and The Emigrant Wilderness, and our many other parks including Railtown 1897 State Historical Park and the Stanislaus National Forest,” she explained. “We are an easy drive from the San Francisco Bay Area and Sacramento, so Tuolumne County is perfect for a weekend getaway if you live in those areas. For visitors from elsewhere in the nation or who are visiting from overseas, we encourage you to extend your Yosemite excursion by a few days to see everything the area has to offer like the Gold Country and High Sierra while you are here,” Lopez said. Tuolumne County offers lodging for all tastes and budgets – from campgrounds and RV parks to historic inns, bed and breakfasts, and modern resorts. In fact, Rush Creek Lodge is currently under construction and will open soon near the north entrance to Yosemite. It is the first modern resort with on-site dining and activities to be built in the County in 25 years. You can soak up the atmosphere of the Old West in a variety of places. There are three Gold Rush-era towns which you can visit – Jamestown, Sonora and Columbia. A walk down Main Street in historic Jamestown is a step back in time. You’ll see the restored 1898 Jamestown Branch Jail, as well as a mixture of historic wood and stone buildings from different eras, ranging from the Gold Rush and the start of the 20th century, and Rocca Park where the recently installed Walk of Fame features several of the movies that have been filmed in the County over the years, Lopez said. There are also plenty of dining options, including an 1864 steakhouse where the builders of the Sierra Railway once hung out in the bar. Gift shops and antique and collectible stores, featuring many locally-made items, also abound. A few blocks east of the historic downtown area is the Railtown 1897 State Park. This park has preserved much of the Sierra Railway, built

in 1897. The line carried lumber from local sawmills and quartz ore from local mines to the world. You can explore the grounds and take a tour of the roundhouse. On weekends between April and October you can also take a 40-minute steam train ride to the Rock Quarry and back. Columbia State Historic Park contains the best-preserved gold rush town in the state. Visiting downtown Columbia today is much like walking into a prosperous California Gold Rush mining town, circa 1857. You can visit the Wells Fargo Express building where they weighed the gold; ride a horse-drawn stagecoach; visit the Matelot Gulch mining supply store; pan for gold; and even climb around the limestone rocks. Everything is staffed by docents in 1850s garb to allow visitors the sensation of time travel. Columbia is also known for its special events like Diggins 1852 during which visitors step back in time to 1852 and discover what life was like in a gold diggings encampment. Over 150 volunteers help recreate this time in history by living the life of a miner, merchant, actor/ actress and many more. Many historic buildings from those times also remain in Sonora, Tuolumne County’s only city. The Gunn House, now a hotel, was once the office of the Sonora Herald newspaper, established in 1854. There is also the county jail, now a museum, with a few jail cells still intact and a tiny park nearby which has early gold mining equipment—an arastra, a stamping machine, and a Pelton water wheel – on display. Visitors can also enjoy seeing the 1898 yellow brick County Courthouse and the renowned 1860 Red Church. If hiking, camping, fishing, river rafting and enjoying the natural world are more your style than stepping back in time, there are plenty of places in Tuolumne County for you to go. Keep in mind that the elevation of Tuolumne County ranges from 300 to more than 10,000 feet so that you can literally play golf or mountain bike one day and snow ski the next. Over half of Yosemite National Park is in Tuolumne County and includes spectacular areas such as Hetch Hetchy Reservoir and Tuolumne Meadows. In fact, the National Park Service (NPS), which is celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2016, has incorporated a “Find Your Park” campaign into its website: www. nps.gov/yose. Created in 1890 and overseen by the Army before the NPS was founded 26 years later, Yosemite National Park is best known for its waterfalls. But its nearly 1200 square ➝

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miles also includes ancient giant sequoias, deep valleys, majestic meadows and some of the best scenery in the world. It offers several lodges, campgrounds, snack bars and restaurants within the park. Yosemite has numerous special events planned in conjunction with the NPS Centennial this year. To find out which events you might be able to participate in, visit the Yosemite website and click on the Centennial portion at the top of the home page. The actual NPS anniversary is being celebrated on August 25. A Yosemite experience isn’t complete without a stay in Highway 120’s Groveland. Once named “Garrotte,� after the community’s swift and hard justice from a large oak tree in what is now Big Oak Flat, Groveland offered miners exceptional gold discoveries. Once the Gold Rush was over, Groveland was selected in 1914 to be the construction headquarters for the Hetch Hetchy Water Project – the water supply for San Francisco and much of the Bay Area. Today Groveland is a must-stop town where visitors find respite in historic hotels, B&Bs and vacation rentals. Pine Mountain Lake offers golfing, dining, horseback riding, camping and, of course, water sports. Within the nearby Stanislaus National Forest you can fish in over 800 miles of rivers and

streams; stay in a campground; or hike into the backcountry for solitude. If water is your preference, you can swim near a sandy beach or wade into cold clear streams, engage in whitewater rafting on the Tuolumne River, or canoe or kayak a gorgeous lake, but if you want to keep dry, you can ride a horse or a mountain bike or even a snowmobile. The Emigrant Wilderness within Stanislaus National Forest is a wilderness area in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, bordered by Yosemite National Park on the south. The Emigrant Wilderness is a glaciated landscape of scenic beauty. The northeastern third consists of volcanic ridges and peaks, while the remaining areas feature sparsely vegetated, granite ridges along with numerous lakes and meadows. Kennedy Meadows Resort and Pack Station, located 60 miles east of Sonora, can provide cabin accommodations and supplies for those wanting to explore remote regions of Yosemite or the Emigrant Wilderness (where cars are not permitted). They also offer guided rides on horseback and even horseback pack trips into the vast national forest. Hikers of all skill levels can warm up for treks into more remote areas by practicing on the City of Sonora’s Dragoon Gulch Trail through

the oak woodlands above that city. Hikers can do up to a 2.5 mile loop and those who make it to the top are rewarded with a fantastic view of Sonora. Along the way they can enjoy seeing the creek, local flora and fauna, water insects, wild flowers and mine tailings left over from Sonora’s mining past, or they can relax under Manzanita canopies. ◗



 

      

      

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ot only is Tuolumne County known as an area with exceptional natural beauty and resources, it is also a wellknown arts and cultural destination providing year-round theater, music, concerts, festivals, art galleries, cultural events and more. Many nationally and internationally recognized visual and performing artists call Tuolumne County home and the lively art scene contributes greatly to both our economic vitality and prosperity!

Venerable art organizations such as the Mother Lode Art Association have been representing artists in Tuolumne County for more than 62 years. At 47 years, the Tuolumne County Arts Alliance (TCAA) is the “mandated public art agency for Tuolumne County.” The InFocus Photography Show brings photographers from all over California to compete in this 30-year-old event. The Sonora Photo Club serves local photographers both beginners and experienced. Mother Lode Makers Lab and The Innovation Lab, both located in Sonora, serve the county arts & tech interests for youth and adults. Art classes, lectures, literary, poetry workshops, dancing and fitness classes are held at both the TCAA Art Studies Academy and Columbia College. Local artists, musicians and performers teach and help along-side many volunteers to run the Summer Arts Camp in Columbia annually in June and three other KASA KAMPS at the Barretta St. site during the summer. The popular KASA Dance and Fitness Studio at that location offers classes for youth and adults. Throughout the county free, open-air music events at community parks in Twain Harte, Groveland, Tuolumne, Pinecrest and Columbia happen as summer fare! One can bring their picnic dinner, blanket or low-backed chairs and enjoy music and dancing under the stars!

During the spring and fall, the Strawberry Music Festival brings thousands from around the world to hear folk and country music performed outdoors for a week in the High Sierra. The first of October brings Celebrate Art sponsored by TCAA, honoring California Arts Day and the month long national Arts & Humanities Month with different events throughout the county. A new, spectacular event called The HandMade Parade will be held the first weekend in October 2016 in nearby Jamestown. This new event will feature a combination of local residents, artists, students, schools and theater companies who will create a living, glowing, artful experience with handmade paper Mache works of art for this non-motorized annual parade.

Now in its 40th year, the Sonora Bach Festival members perform for three weeks in October at intimate concerts and solo performances, some held in local homes. During the winter, the St. James Concert Series brings orchestral and vocal performances to Sonora and Columbia. The Jazz Series rocks Columbia College Dogwood Forum with stellar performances of some of the jazz greats the likes of Barbara Morrison, Bobby McFerrin and many others. The Mother Lode Brass and Reed Band, Symphony of the Sierra, Community Choir performances for both spring and Christmas join high profile entertainers at the Black Oak Casino Resort to round out the wide range of musical fare in the county. A year-round event; Second Saturday Art Walk in Sonora features local musicians throughout the town and a new First Fridays Art-Walk-Wine-Dine event will take place from May to October. Both the Historic Sonora Opera Hall and the Mother Lode Fairgrounds regularly offer cultural and entertainment opportunities throughout the year; such as the Celtic Festival in March; the Christmas Fair and Craft Show on Thanksgiving weekend; the Mother Lode Fair & Rodeo & Parade on Mother’s Day weekend, along with many dances, car shows, home & garden shows and art exhibitions, auctions and events in support of many of the county’s nonprofit organizations. Columbia’s Victorian Feast in December at The City Hotel is a peek back into another time celebrating the holidays as they used to be 164 years ago! The U.S. Forest Service, through the Stanislaus National Forest Interpretive Association presents programs at their campgrounds and park venues. Their Artist in the Woods annual summer program for teaching week long workshops at Brightman Station is an annual popular event.

Tuolumne County Arts Alliance is the hub of the county for connecting artists and audiences. Soon, in the early summer of 2016, their new LPFM Radio Station - KAAD 103.5, devoted to arts & culture will be another voice added to their mission “to promote the arts and arts education in Tuolumne County, thereby enriching the lives of its residents and visitors.” Contact www.TuolumneArts.org or check out the Facebook page of the same name or call (209) 532-ARTS (2787) for more information on programs, classes and events.

Theaters Sierra Repertory Theater (SRT) is the largest professional theater company in Tuolumne County, with two very distinct venues: its original location in East Sonora, a contemporary 202-seat theater located on Highway 108 that has been operating since 1980; and the 274 seat historic Fallon House, located in Columbia Historic State Park. Fallon House, built in the 1880s was refurbished in 1970 by the State of California. Both venues provide year-round seasons of award-winning, musicals, comedies and drama. SRT hires local performers, as well as Actors Equity Performers and professional set designers for their first rate, highly acclaimed productions. SRT has the sustained reputation of being the number one live theater in the region. For information visit www.SierraRep.org or call (209) 532-3120. Stage 3 Theatre Co. in the heart of downtown Sonora offers an intimate theatre experience. The 85-seat, twenty-three year old community theatre brings new plays, long-time favorites, musical jam sessions, comedians, dance troupes, open mic nights, lecture series and more. A favorite of all the locals, we invite all of our visitors to come and enjoy a different experience. For additional information please visit www.Stage.org or call (209) 536-1778 for tickets and information. Duende Drama & Literature, is a nonprofit traveling theater company whose mission is to bring plays and stories of historical content to our schools, parks, museums, theaters and libraries throughout California. Duende specializes in plays which showcase California history, as well as the history of science. Cofounder/playwright Rick Foster’s well-crafted dramas are enjoyed by adults and children alike. For information contact co-founder, Thomas F. Maguire at (209) 532-9177 or go to www.DuendeDrama.org. ◗

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Outdoor Recreation IN TUOLUMNE COUNTY

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uolumne County is known for its rich history, great outdoors, and strong communities. Many people who have been raised here in the foothills have chosen to return home as adults. This beautiful setting in the foothills of the Sierra Nevadas continues to draw locals and tourists to experience the many activities and see its history. Our county contains numerous small towns that spread across the area. These towns hold fascinating history that accommodates us with various year-round outdoor activities, such as hiking, camping, fishing, biking and boating, just to name a few. In addition, our county also offers the opportunity to explore the time of the Gold Rush through a variety of activities in Columbia State Park, such as riding in stagecoaches, participating in candle making, mining for your own gold and recreating old photographs. Just down the road is historic downtown Sonora with its shopping, fine dining and historic buildings making for a picturesque day on the town. These types of recreational activities provide Tuolumne residents with the ability to learn about their beloved town’s history. In

Tuolumne, railroad tracks are symbolic of the town’s lumber and mining past and the local museum helps visitors dive into the history. Jamestown’s Railtown also sustains the memory of old times, which allows us to forget just for a moment that we have automobiles, all while enjoying the luxuries of a train ride. While Tuolumne County enables tourists and residents to travel to the past, it also offers numerous beautiful outdoor environments that have become everyone’s backyard. In many places outdoor activities are limited to a few months out of the year, but in Tuolumne County we have the blessing of outdoor recreation available year-round. You can start off your year by enjoying the snow covered mountains by skiing, snowboarding, sledding or snowshoeing at our local ski resort, Dodge Ridge, or on the many trails in the mountains. However, once the snow melts the fun is not over, as the many nearby rivers and lakes refill and allow spectacular fishing, boating, rafting and swimming. Take your pick of the 811 miles of rivers and streams in the Stanislaus National Forest for your

water adventures. Whether you are riding the white water rapids of the Tuolumne River or vacationing on a boat in New Melones or Lake Tulloch, or a houseboat on Lake Don Pedro, there is fun for everyone. From the numerous lakes to the beautiful forests of the Stanislaus, including Yosemite National Park, this county is blessed by a vast wilderness to adventure through as well as breathtaking wonders to see. There are seven different regions of hiking trails that together contain hundreds of trails for people to explore and venture. Some of these trails not only can be used for hiking but also for biking. Locals and tourists can bike through the diverse trails nearly all year long. You can also enjoy an unforgettable horseback trip into the stunning Emigrant Wilderness region where breathtaking views, crystal clear lakes and serenity awaits. If you need a break from the wild outdoors come back down the hill and checkout Black Oak Casino Resort and its five star Seven Sisters Restaurant. For your sporting needs the casino offers 24 bowling lanes or you can enjoy one of the seven scenic golf courses in and around the county. Tuolumne County is a unique place that offers fantastic opportunities and activities for its visitors and residents, who experience outdoor fun all year long as well as make memories that they can cherish forever. All of this makes Tuolumne County a great place to live and vacation. ◗ Written by Caitlyn Rich

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Ciderworks & WINERIES

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ndigeny Reserve is one of our newest and successful ventures here in Tuolumne County. Indigeny Reserve is a lush 160acre preserve and apple orchard set in the breathtaking hills of Sonora, CA. Indigeny makes hand-crafted hard cider and organic apple brandy in oak barrels. Indigeny is open to visitors seven days a week. Bring a picnic and have lunch surrounded by apple orchards. Indigeny is located at 14679 Summers Lane, Sonora, and their hours are Monday through Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Thursday through Sunday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. They can be reached for more information at (209) 533-9463.

Wineries & Vineyards Tuolumne County is in the southern portion of the Sierra Foothills viticulture region. Vineyards are found from 1,000 to 4,000 feet in elevation. Most commercial vineyards are planted in red varietals. However, some whites can be found.

wines that are winning awards in competitions statewide. There are several commercial vineyards in Tuolumne County. They are as follows: • Hurst Ranch Reds – Highway 108, Jamestown • Zuni Vineyards – Yosemite Road, Sonora • La Bella Rosa Vineyards – Old Wards Ferry Road, Sonora • Gianelli Vineyards – Algerine Road, Sonora • Griffin Vineyards – Potato Ranch Road, Sonora • Oaks Family Vineyard – Avenida Del Sol, Sonora

The success of growing grapes in Tuolumne County is due to the similarities of soil and climate to that of Spain and Italy. The growing season consists of warm to hot daytime temperatures with cooling nights. The rocky and red soil challenges the vines to work hard to nurture precious fruit, and the production of high quality fruit for the making of premium

• Ponsanarosa Vineyard – Curtis Creek Ranch, Sonora • Rodefer Vineyards – Springfield Road, Columbia • Rossini Family Vineyards – Groveland • Yosemite Cellars – Punch Bowl Road, Groveland ➝

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Varietals include Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Zinfandel, Syrah, Petite Syrah, Sangiovese, Grenache, Chardonnay, Vermentino and Tempranillo.

noon to 5 p.m. Their winter hours are Friday and Saturday: noon to 7 p.m., Sunday: noon to 5 p.m., and holiday Mondays: noon to 5 p.m. Call (800) 750-5919 for more information.

There are currently four tasting rooms in Tuolumne County.

Gianelli Vineyards has a tasting room in downtown Jamestown, which is open during the following hours: Monday through Thursday: 1 to 5 p.m., Friday: 1 to 6 p.m., Saturday: noon to 6 p.m., and Sunday: noon to 5 p.m. Call (209) 984-1500 for more information.

Inner Sanctum Cellars has a tasting room and patio in downtown Jamestown, which is open during the summer as follows: Thursday: noon to 5 p.m., Friday and Saturday: noon to 7 p.m., Sunday: noon to 5 p.m., and holiday Mondays:

Hurst Ranch Reds has a tasting room on Highway 108 just outside of Jamestown, which is open Monday through Friday: 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and Saturday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Call (209) 984-3016 for more information. La Bella Rosa Vineyard’s tasting room/gift boutique is located on 72 N. Washington Street in downtown Sonora and is open Thursday to Saturday: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call (209) 533-9968 for more information. ◗

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eal estate in Tuolumne County is a major industry. It employs more than 278 active agents in more than 66 real estate offices. The natural beauty of the area lures many people to the county for the first time, but it is the quality of life and the cost of living that keeps them here. The average selling price of a home ($261,000) makes this community affordable as compared to some other areas of California. Home sites range from small mountain cabins on half-acre lots in the high Sierra to larger ranch properties on acreage parcels in the foothills. The majority of new construction is by individual contractors building one or two custom homes at a time, but that is changing as new subdivisions are proposed. New homeowners have the option of designing their home from the ground up or buying a home that is “turn key.” The improved medical facilities, shopping availability and related service industry make Tuolumne County truly self-sufficient. The improving economy provides for a housing market that is not subject to the dramatic inflation and depreciation experienced in many metropolitan residential areas. Low interest rates, fairly stable home prices and rising incomes make Tuolumne County one of the most attractive real estate markets in California. ◗

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Health Care

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ealth care services in Tuolumne County are primarily found in and around the city of Sonora. The community supports one acute care facility which includes the following services: 24-hour emergency medical care, a full-service cancer center, and a birth center. A new Cancer Center Pavilion and Institute is set to open in late 2017. There is one prompt care clinic, six primary care clinics, one veteran’s medical services and several private medical practices providing primary care including specialty care in the area. Low or no cost family planning and reproductive health services, as well as limited immunization services are provided by the county health department. The Hope Van is providing free medical services and referrals on a walk-in basis at numerous community locations. Dental services are provided by three dental clinics and a number of private dental practices that serve Tuolumne County. Optical services are available throughout the county. There are five Optometrist practices and one Ophthalmologist practice. A county wide adult health fair is held annually in October providing a wide assortment of health screenings and educational opportunities at no cost to participants (blood test fee: $25.00). The event is a community sponsored event drawing support from governmental, community service organizations, institutional, private practice, and individuals who support a twoday Health Fair serving approximately 2,750 participants. Anthem Blue Cross and California Health and Wellness are the two Medi-Cal Managed Care Plans serving Tuolumne County.

Tuolumne County has five residential care facilities for the elderly and three skilled nursing facilities located throughout the county. Specific facilities provide medical, non-medical, and out-of-home care for clients that require personal services, such as bathing, grooming, observation and help with keeping medical, dental, and vision appointments. There are two facilities that target memory care. One is a residential care facility that specializes in elderly clients with dementia needs and a skilled nursing facility that also has a dementia unit to assist their residents.

requested ambulance services. Last year was the busiest year in the history of the service with approximately 8,000 calls. There are currently 266 First Responders, 258 EMT’s, 34 Paramedics, and seven flight nurses certified in the county. One air ambulance is based in Columbia to augment the EMS system by transporting critical patients to specialty care centers out of county. �

Home health and hospice services are available to persons needing skilled medical services in their homes. Physical, occupational and speech therapy services, medical social work, home health aide services, wound care and ostomy services, as well as IV infusion therapy are available. Tuolumne County Behavioral Health provides mental health services through a range of services and programs. The Crisis, Assessment & Intervention Program (CAIP) program operates 24 hours a day, 7 days/week and provides crisis and emergency psychiatric and supportive services. Outpatient Mental Health Services are also available for children, youth, adults and older adults for assessment and treatment planning, medication services, brief therapy, case management and group therapy to Medi-Cal beneficiaries meeting state criteria guidelines and low income persons. Behavioral Health also provides outpatient alcohol and drug treatment services. Manteca District Ambulance provides ambulance services under contract. Five full time ambulances are staffed and one flexible deployed ambulance accommodates surges in

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Did You Know? Currently, Our County Has An Extreme Shortage Of Available Child Care For Working Parents! On any given day in Tuolumne County, the safe and healthy development of close to 3,000 children is dependent on the important business of early care and education. The local child care industry directly and indirectly supports all other businesses as working parents are able to be reliable and productive employees when their children are engaged in quality child care programs. These working parent employees of Tuolumne County businesses are a foundational pillar of our local economy; they work, pay taxes, buy locally, and invest in their community. Their children grow up to be the next generation of productive, successful employees and citizens.

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Education

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Home to over 6,000 students who attend public schools

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he County is served by eleven public school districts, including four public charter schools and three non-public schools. The Tuolumne County Superintendent of Schools Office provides county-wide education leadership and support contributing to a strong instructional program for pre-K through high school, and through age 22 for eligible students with disabilities. Tuolumne County is home to Columbia College, offering associate’s degree and associate certificate programs for students as early as high school and post high school education. Furthermore, Sonora is home to the historic “Dome” built during the gold rush, where Sonora Elementary was housed for over a century. The public schools in Tuolumne County provide a rigorous curriculum supporting the California State Standards for English language arts, mathematics, history/social science, science, and visual and performing arts in transitional kindergarten through high school. These standards are designed to support college and career readiness in order to prepare students for success in college and

TUOLUMNE COUNTY SCHOOL DIRECTORY Belleview School District www.mybelleview.org 22736 Kuien Mill Rd. Sonora, CA 95370-9551 (209) 586-5510 Big Oak Flat Groveland Unified School District www.bofg.k12.ca.us PO Box 1397 Groveland, CA 95321 (209) 962-5765 Columbia Union School District www.cusd49.com 22540 Parrotts Ferry Rd. Columbia, CA 95310-7709 (209) 532-0202 Columbia College www.gocolumbia.ed 11600 Columbia College Dr. Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 588-5100 Curtis Creek School District www.curtiscreekschool.com 18755 Standard Rd. Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-1083

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the workplace. Our county’s schools offer a wide range of opportunities for students to complete graduation requirements, college bound pathways, career bound pathways, music, theater arts, industrial and technical education, and athletics. Our area high schools have garnered championships in Academic Decathlon and many athletic division and State titles. A variety of extracurricular activities complement each school district’s academic program such as athletics, student clubs, student government and leadership, career technical education, music, fine arts, performing arts, and career exploration. In addition to the curricular and extracurricular

programs provided at each school site, students from all schools benefit from countywide special student events and competitions that further develop and reward student interests across the curriculum. Columbia College is part of the California Community College system and offers a range of educational programs and services. The college’s primary goals are focused on helping students successfully transfer to a 4-year institution, complete a career technical education pathway, gain meaningful employment or earn academic awards such as certificates of achievement and associate’s degrees. For more information about Columbia College visit www.gocolumbia.edu. ◗

Foothill Leadership Academy www.foothillleadership.com 19401 Susan Way Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 536-4330

Soulsbyville School District www.soulsbyvilleschool.com 20300 Soulsbyville Rd. Soulsbyville, CA 95372 (209) 532-1419

Gold Rush Charter School www.goldrushcs.org 14683 Mono Way Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-9781

Summerville Elementary School District www.sumel.k12.ca.us 18541 Carter St. Tuolumne, CA 95379 (209) 928-4291

Jamestown School District www.jamestown.k12.ca.us 18299 Fifth Ave. Jamestown, CA 95327 (209) 984-4058 Sonora School District www.ses.k12.ca.us 830 Greenley Rd. Sonora, CA 95370-5293 (209) 532-5491 Sonora High School District www.sonorahs.k12.ca.us 100 School St. Sonora, CA 95370-5095 (209) 533-8510

Summerville Union High School District (& Connections Visual and Performing Arts Academy Charter School) www.summbears.k12.ca.us 17555 Tuolumne Rd. Tuolumne CA 95379 (209) 928-3498 Twain Harte School District www.thsd.k12.ca.us 18955 Twain Harte Dr. Twain Harte, CA 95383 (209) 586-3772

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NON-PUBLIC SCHOOLS Mother Lode Adventist Jr. Academy (209) 532-2855 Mother Lode Christian (209) 928-4126 Sierra Waldorf School (209) 984-0454

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Tuolumne County Schools County-Wide Student Events & Activities The County Superintendent of Schools Office hosts a variety of countywide events each year to support extra-curricular interests and student development. For more information visit www.tcsos.us

Dinner with a Scientist A unique opportunity

Academic Decathlon The Academic Decathlon, a premiere national scholastic competition for high school students, was created to provide opportunities for the challenges of rigorous team and individual academic competition in economics, essay, art, interview, language and literature, math, music, social science, speech and written Super Quiz.

County Spelling Bee

Cardboard Challenge

Honor Music Festival

The Junior High Spelling Bee is a competition for 7th thru 9th graders. It provides an opportunity for participating schools to send their top three students to compete for one of two spots in the Annual Competition.

The cardboard challenge encourages students to create “something” using cardboard and other recyclable materials to explore the design and build process through teamwork and problem solving.

Students in grades 5 thru 8 work with their local school’s music educator to qualify to be part of the county-wide Honor Music Festival with guest conductors in choir and instrumental music.

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Economic Development

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ocated in the golden foothills of Central California in the beautiful Sierra Nevada Mountains, Tuolumne County is a beautiful place to live and work with amenities to match almost anyone’s palate. Tuolumne County consists of small towns, historic gold mining settlements, scenic vistas, pristine emigrant wilderness, vast national forests and the world renowned Yosemite National Park. Its wide open spaces, gorgeous views and incredible range of recreational opportunities such as skiing, snowboarding, boating, canoeing, hiking, fishing and strolling through historic destinations – have made it seem like a dream to many California residents. Tuolumne County is that perfect community where you can work where you play. If you are one of those who put in a hard day’s work but value access to healthy, active lifestyles then you have found your place. The Tuolumne County Economic Development Authority (TCEDA) is currently attracting new manufacturers and technology firms to Tuolumne County, “where the outdoors meets your front door,” explained Larry Cope, CEO of TCEDA. “Bringing your business to Tuolumne County can be very cost-effective due to the lower cost of living as compared to the larger, more coastal cities. In fact, many of the companies we attract have been priced out of the Los Angeles and Bay Areas. Locating in our smaller, mountain communities also allows employees to cut back on commuting times and spend more time on leisure and recreational pursuits with family and friends,” Cope said. “For many years Bay Area retirees have flocked to Tuolumne County and continue to do so

because they, too, want to enjoy its scenic beauty and wide range of activities,” he added.

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Nearly eighty percent of the land is owned by federal government agencies in the form of National Parks and forests but we still have plenty of land for your business. According to Cope, the largest (non-governmental) industries are tourism, healthcare services, manufacturing, wholesale and retail trade and business services.

“Tuolumne County has a long history of attracting companies whose owners are individuals that want to be able to enjoy the outdoors and share that enjoyment with their employees. They want to be able to literally keep their backpack next to their desk and not have to deal with a long commute,” Cope explained.

Many of the large employers take advantage of and make use of the area’s natural resources like its scenic beauty, minerals, grazing lands and forests. Those include resorts like Evergreen Lodge, the new Rush Creek Lodge and Black Oak Casino Resort. Forest and mining operations include Blue Mountain Minerals, Sierra Pacific Industries, American Wood Fibers and Pacific UltraPower. They also have numerous farms and ranches throughout the county with a strong “farm to table” connection with hotels, resorts and restaurants.

For more information about locating a business in Tuolumne County, call (209) 989-4058 or visit www.tceda.net. ◗

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Street Index Alley Way . . . . . . . B2 Alpine Ln . . . . . . . . B1 Ambar . . . . . . . . . . C4 Arbona Cir . . . . . . B1 Ash St . . . . . . . . . . B1 Ayba St . . . . . . . . . B1 Bald Mountain Rd . . . . . . . . . . A3,4 Barretta St . . . B2,C3 Bonanza Rd . . . . . . B1 Bourbon . . . . . . . . A2 Bradford Av . . . . . . B2 Brookside Pl . . . . . B2 Bulver St . . . . . . . . D2 Cabezut Rd . . . . . . B4 Calaveras St . . . . . D2 Calaveras Way . . . B1 Cameron Ln . . . . . D4 Cedar Rd . . . . . . . . B4 Cemetery Ln . . . . . C3 Child Rd . . . . . . . . C4 Chukar Cir . . . . . . . B4 Church St . . . . . C1,2 Cielo Vista Way . . . A3 Circle Dr . . . . . . . . B4 Columbia Way . . . . A2 Corky Ln . . . . . . . . C3 Cowan St . . . . . . . B2 Dane Ln . . . . . . . . . A2 Daybreak Ct . . . . . B3 Delnero Dr . . . . . . C4 Dodge Ln . . . . . . . B2 Dodge St . . . . . . . . B2 Dusk Ln . . . . . . . . . B3 Eldorado St . . . . . . C2 Elkin St . . . . . . . . . B2 Elm St . . . . . . . . . . B1 Fair St . . . . . . . . . . D1 Fairview Ln . . . . . . C1 Forest Rd . . . . . . . C1 Forest Rd N . . . . . . B1 Forest Rd S . . . . . . C1 Gerrymander Av . . D1 Gold St . . . . . . . . . C2 Golden St . . . . . . . C3 Green St . . . . . . B,C2 Greenley Rd . . . B,D4 Guzzi Ln . . . . . . . . D4 High St . . . . . . . . . D2 Highlands View Dr . . . . . . . . . . B3,4 Hill St . . . . . . . . . . D1

Hillcrest St . . . . . . B2 Hope Ln . . . . . . A,B3 Hospital Rd . . . . . . D3 Jackson St E . . . B2,3 Jackson St W . . . . . C1 June St . . . . . . . . . C2 Knowles Hill Dr . . . C2 Leighton Ln . . . . . . D2 Leonards Addition Rd . . . . . . . . . . . . A2 Lindberg St . . . . . . C2 Live Oak Dr . . . . . . D3 Live Oak Ter . . . . . B1 Livingston St . . . . . C2 Lower Sunset Dr . . B1 Lyons Bald Mountain Rd . . . . . . . . . . . . A4 Lyons Bald Mountain Rd E . . . . . . . . . . B4 Lyons St . . . . . . B2,4 Lytton St . . . . . . . . D2 MaComber Av . . . . A1 Maple St . . . . . . . . D2 Mariposa St . . . . . E3 McGowan St . . . . . C2 Mehlin St . . . . . . . C2 Mono Way . . . . . D3,4 Monte Vista Ln . . . B2 Morning Star Ct . . B3 Morning Star Dr . . . . . . . . B3,4,C3 Nevada St . . . . . D,E3 Norlin St . . . . . . . . B2 Oak St . . . . . . . . . . B1 Oakside Dr . . . . . . A3 Old Wards Ferry Rd . . . . . . . . . . . . D4 Olive St . . . . . . . . . D2 Orchard Av . . . . . . A1 Oregon St . . . . . . . D3 Otis St . . . . . . . . . . C3 Palemone St . . . . . B2 Park Ln . . . . . . . . . B3 Pasadena Av . . . . . B2 Pauline Ct . . . . . . . C3 Pesce Way . . . . . . . A2 Phoebe Ln . . . . . . . B4 Pine St . . . . . . . . . B2 Ponderosa Dr . . . . C1 Poplar St . . . . . . . . B1 Red Chestnut . . . . C4 Red Maple Cir . . . . C4

Restano Way . . . . . D2 Robina . . . . . . . C,D4 Rose St . . . . . . . . . B2 Ruth Ln . . . . . . . . . A1 Sanguinetti Rd . . . D4 School St . . . . . . . . B1 Seco St . . . . . . . . . B1 Shangri La Ln . . . . A2 Shaws Flat Rd . . . . A1 Shepherd St . . . . . . . .A,B2,C3 Short Ln . . . . . . . . B2 Snell St . . . . . . . A,B1 Solinsky St . . . . . . C1 Sonora Av . . . . . . . D1 Sonora Hills Dr . . . C4 Southgate Dr . . C,D1 Springhill Dr . . . . . B1 Steffen Ln . . . . . . . A2 Stemler Ln . . . . . . C3 Stewart St . . . . . A-C2 Stockton St . . . . C1,2 Summit Av . . . . A2,3 Sundown Ln . . . . . B3 Sunset St . . . . . . . . D2 Sylva Ln . . . . . . . . B4 Sylvan Ln . . . . . . . C1 Symons Ln . . . . . . . D2 Terrace Av . . . . . . . B3 Theall St . . . . . B3,C2 Toby St . . . . . . . . . C2 Truckenmiller Rd . . D3 Tulip . . . . . . . . . . . C4 Tuolumne St . . . . . D2 Twilight Ct . . . . . . C3 Twilight Ln . . . . . . B3 Upper Sunset Dr . . B1 Vicko Ln . . . . . . . . D3 Wall St . . . . . . . . . A2 Washington St N . . . . . . . . . A,B2 Washington St S . . . . . . . B,C2,D3 West Ln . . . . . . . . . B2 William St . . . . . . . C2 Woods Creek Park Dr . . . . . . . . . . . . C1 Wrights Ln . . . . . . C2 Wyckoff St . . . . . . B2 Yaney Av . . . . . . . . B2 Yaney St . . . . . . . . B1

Important

I N F O R M AT I O N

TELEPHONE NUMBERS Emergency — 911

WATER Tuolumne Utilities District — (209) 532-5536

SEWER Tuolumne Utilities District — (209) 532-5536

ELECTRICITY Pacific Gas & Electric — (800) 743-5000

TELEPHONE AT&T (Residence) — (800) 310-2355 (Business) — (800) 750-2355 Comcast — (800) 266-2278 Verizon — (209) 694-0374 Frontier — (866) 931-5256

CITY OF SONORA City Administrator — (209) 532-4541 Police Department — (209) 532-8141

HOSPITAL Sonora Regional Medical Center — (209) 536-5000 CA Poison Control — (800) 222-1222

GARBAGE COLLECTION Cal Sierra Disposal — (209) 532-1413 Burns Refuse Service — (209) 928-4251 Moore Bros. Scavenger Co. — (209) 962-7224

COUNTY OF TUOLUMNE County Administrator — (209) 533-5511 Board of Supervisors — (209) 533-5521 Community Resources Agency — (209) 533-5633 Public Health Department — (209) 533-7401 Sheriff Department — (209) 533-5815 District Attorney — (209) 588-5450 Visitors Bureau — (209) 533-4420

G E O G R A P H I C I N F O R M AT I O N —Square miles 2274 —Considerable portions of Tuolumne County are located in the Stanislaus National Forest and Yosemite National Park, elevation range 300-13,000 feet —Tuolumne County is 350 miles north of Los Angeles and 65 miles east of Stockton —Three main highways traverse the county: State Routes 49, 108 and 120

A V E R A G E T E M P E R AT U R E Winter — 44 degrees Summer — 78 degrees Average rainfall — 33 inches Average sunshine days — 328/year

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Transportation

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uolumne County Transit’s motto is, “We Go There, We Get You There,” and we mean it!

We Go There, We Get You There

Although we are a small, rural transit system, users are surprised at the breadth of our service, involvement in community events, and responsive seasonal services. We take pride in trying to make public transit a viable option for as many community members and guests as possible. Tuolumne County is a great community to live in and Tuolumne County Transit tries to deliver service to as many community destinations as possible. Fixed Route Service is offered Monday- Friday via six (6) different routes and two separate and convenient transfer locations to get you where you’re going. Dial-a-Ride is for folks who need a little more care and attention. This service is available to those that are certified with Americans with Disabilities Act guidelines by way of an origin-to-destination type of trip. The SkiBUS operates during the ski season and travels from Sonora to Dodge Ridge on weekends and holidays. This service is familyfriendly offering packages for as little as $25 bucks round trip. This is a great way to enjoy the High Sierra, without the hassle of driving, chains or parking.

TUOLUMNE COUNTY TRANSIT

The Yosemite bus operates from spring to fall (May-Sept), offering round trip services from Sonora to Yosemite Valley. Looking for a unique way to visit Yosemite? With three (3) round trips per day during the peak season, you’ve found the most scenic and comfortable way to get to this iconic destination. Round trip tickets include the park entrance fee and covers a child 12 or younger. Special Event services are provided to many of the events that make Tuolumne County such a great place to live and work. Take a historic Trolley to the Sonora Christmas Parade, Mother Lode Round Up, Fathers’ Day Fly-In, Groveland 49er Festival and other great community events. We go there, and we look forward to getting you there, soon! ◗

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Members – ALPHABETICAL

# 29th D.A.A. Mother Lode Fair (209) 532-7428 Fairgrounds

Bendix Electric, Inc. (209) 928-4145 Contractors — Electrical

49er RV Ranch (209) 532-4978 Lodging 4th Dimensional Marketing and Consulting (209) 813-3183 Business Services

A AAA Wesco Carpet Cleaning (209) 532-9676 Cleaning Services

Berkshire Hathaway Home Services — California Realty (209) 533-7888 Real Estate

Central Heat & Air/Sonora Solar Systems (209) 532-7132 Heating/Stoves/Fireplaces Century 21 Wildwood — Sherburne (209) 768-8273 Real Estate

Best Western PLUS Sonora Oaks Hotel & Conference Ctr. (209) 533-4400 Lodging

Century 21 Wildwood Properties — Darr (209) 586-3258 Real Estate Chamber Discoveries (559) 244-6600 Travel Agencies

Birchwood Cabinets Sonora, Inc. (209) 532-1417 Construction — Home Improvement

Academy Mortgage (209) 588-8616 Financial Services

Chef Dave Cooks! (209) 928-1306 Food & Beverage

The Black Hat Foundation (209) 586-2562 Community Service/Nonprofits

ADT Security Services (209) 484-6770 Security/Alarm Systems

Chenault Law (209) 694-3200 Law

Black Oak Casino Resort (209) 928-9309 Casinos

All County Self Storage (209) 984-2052 Storage Alliance Small Business Development Center (209) 567-4910 Business Services American Cancer Society (209) 524-7242 Community Service/Nonprofits

Chicken Ranch Casino (209) 984-3000 Casinos

Blake Elliot Insurance Agency (209) 928-3471 Insurance

Clark Pest Control (209) 532-3464 Pest Control

Blood Bank of Sonora (Delta Blood Bank) (209) 536-5801 Health & Medical

Clarke Broadcasting Corp. (209) 533-1450 Media

Blue Mountain Minerals (209) 533-0127 Manufacturing — Production & Distribution

American Quilt Works (209) 533-3738 Quilting

BNI — Sonora Gold Founders Chapter (209) 529-4060 Business Associations

Anchor Pest Control, Inc. (209) 536-1981 Pest Control

Brush & Cork (209) 533-4542 Entertainment/Recreation

Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar (209) 533-9670 Food & Beverage

Business First (209) 586-4750 Business Services

AT&T (559) 454-3602 Telecommunications

C

Auto Tech & Tires (209) 532-6830 Automotive

California Gold Development Corporation (209) 533-3333 Real Estate

Avalon Care Center — Sonora (209) 533-2500 Senior Care

California Student Housing (916) 719-2330 Lodging

Mike Ayala, Non-Business Associate (209) 536-0925 Non-Business Associates

California Wood Shavings/ American Wood Fibers (209) 984-1150 Manufacturing — Production & Distribution

B

Barr Construction & Restoration, Inc. (209) 586-0227 Construction — Home Improvement

Cedar Ridge Apple Ranch/Indigeny Reserve (209) 533-1878 Wineries/Tasting Room

Better Business Bureau of Mid-Co (209) 948-4880 Business Associations

AAA-NCNU (209) 536-2540 Insurance

Bank of Stockton (209) 532-3631 Financial Services

Cave & Mine Adventures/ Sierra Nevada Recreation (209) 736-2708 Entertainment/Recreation

BeDazzled at the Inn (209) 533-5023 Retail

Cost-U-Less (209) 532-8497 Retail Country Inn Sonora (209) 984-0315 Lodging Craig W. Fleming Accountancy Corp. (209) 532-0115 Financial Services CT Bioenergy Consulting, LLC (209) 694-4299 Bio-energy Consulting Cutler-Segerstrom Insurance Agency (209) 532-6951 Insurance

D D Fine Salon (209) 533-2472 Beauty Salon & Boutique Day-O Espresso & Smoothies (209) 532-2025 Food & Beverage Discount Tire of Sonora (209) 288-2804 Automotive Dodge Ridge Wintersports Area (209) 965-3474 Entertainment/Recreation Donaldson Eye Care Associates (209) 532-2020 Health & Medical

E

Coldwell Banker Mother Lode (209) 532-6993 Real Estate

E.S.A.V.P. Entertainment Systems Audio/Visual Production (209) 694-8207 Events

Coldwell Banker Segerstrom (209) 532-7400 Real Estate

Eden Quest Travel (209) 768-6007 Travel Agencies

Coldwell Banker Twain Harte Realty — Kraft (209) 586-5200 Real Estate

Edward Jones — Todd Simonson, AAMS®, CFP® (209) 533-1307 Financial Services

Columbia Candy Kitchen (209) 532-7886 Retail Columbia Chamber of Commerce (209) 536-1672 Chambers of Commerce Columbia College (209) 588-5115 Education Columbine Designs (209) 533-0883 Business Services

Campora Propane (209) 532-3579 Propane

Comcast Spotlight (209) 536-6655 Business Services

Carl’s, Jr. (925) 455-4743 Food & Beverage

Community Chiropractic (209) 536-9182 Health & Medical

Carlson, Haff & Associates (209) 532-5171 Financial Services

Conifer Communications, Inc. (866) 378-8373 Telecommunications

Edward Jones Investments — J. Zaiter (209) 588-0864 Financial Services El Dorado Savings Bank (209) 586-7213 Financial Services El Dorado Septic Service, Inc. (209) 586-1623 Contractors — General El Jardin Restaurant (209) 588-0770 Food & Beverage Emberz (209) 532-2272 Food & Beverage

F Farmers Insurance (209) 533-1040 Insurance

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Farms of Tuolumne County (209) 928-3775 Community Service/Nonprofits

Frank D. Hodges (209) 532-2268 Non-Business Associates

Flavin & Associates, Inc. (209) 532-4053 Financial Services

Hohne Hoyt & Aguilera CPAs, Inc. (209) 532-0077 Financial Services

Foothill Chiropractic (209) 532-3700 Health & Medical

The Hotel at Black Oak Casino Resort (209) 928-9300 Lodging

Foothill Fireplace, Pools and Spas (209) 533-5005 Heating/Stoves/Fireplaces

HRM Consulting (209) 728-8905 Business Services

Foothill-Sierra Pest Control (209) 532-7378 Pest Control

Hurst Ranch (209) 984-3016 Retail

Forestland Consulting (209) 743-8123 Forest Services

G GDI — Micropoint Computer Services (209) 536-9705 Computer Sales & Services

Go Figure! (209) 984-1204 Financial Services GoGreywater! (209) 694-7023 Water Services Groveland Hotel (209) 962-4000 Lodging

H

The Harte of the Kitchen (209) 586-5631 Retail Heuser’s Furniture (209) 536-9834 Furniture & Appliances Heuton’s Memorial Chapel (209) 532-7121 Funeral Directors

Mountain Oasis Purified Water (209) 533-9000 Water Services Mountain Springs Golf Club (209) 532-1000 Entertainment/Recreation

M The Mason Bar Company (209) 743-6568 Retail Mathiesen Memorial Health Clinic (209) 984-4820 Health & Medical

Jatco Water Systems (209) 588-9741 Water Services

Maximum Living, Inc. (209) 536-9300 Health & Natural Foods Maynords CDRC (209) 928-3737 Chemical Dependency Treatment Facilities

Mr. Stor-All (209) 533-2022 Storage MyMotherLode.com (209) 533-1450 Media

N Nature’s Whole Food Depot (209) 532-8878 Health & Natural Foods Nor-Cal Glass (209) 588-9993 Construction — Home Improvement

O

Jazz It Up Iron-On Sparklers (209) 533-1295 Retail

McCurley’s National Flooring & Window Coverings (209) 532-9333 Carpet/Flooring

JS West Propane (209) 694-4153 Propane

McDonald’s/Graspointner Mgmt. Co., Inc. (209) 538-9500 Food & Beverage

JTM Cleaning Co. (209) 588-8692 Cleaning Services

Mercer Caverns (209) 728-2101 Entertainment/Recreation

Oak Valley Community Bank — Downtown Branch (209) 396-7719 Financial Services

Micro-Tronics (209) 532-1008 Manufacturing — Production & Distribution

Old Skool Pie Wood Fire Pizza (209) 559-4571 Food & Beverage

K

Gunn House Hotel (209) 532-3421 Lodging

Mother Lode Property Management, Inc. (209) 532-8147 Real Estate

Lodging Assoc. of Tuolumne (209) 533-4400 Business Associations

Inner Sanctum Cellars (800) 750-5919 Wineries/Tasting Room

J

Glenn S. Caldwell Insurance Services, Inc. (209) 532-5102 Insurance

LegalShield, Independent Associate (209) 965-7002 Law

Linkline Transit (209) 694-8747 Transportation/Charter

The Itty-Bitty Balloon Shop (209) 588-2758 Gift Shop

Gianelli Vineyards & Winery (209) 481-1541 Wineries/Tasting Room

Mother Lode Job Training (209) 533-3396 Job Training

Let’s Go! Travel (209) 743-2030 Travel Agencies

Interfaith Community Social Services (209) 532-0905 Community Service/Nonprofits

Gianelli & Polley, Professional Law Corp. (209) 533-2233 Law

Mother Lode Internet (209) 536-5800 Telecommunications

League of California Cities (209) 614-0118 Community Service/Nonprofits

Inns of California — Sonora (209) 532-3633 Lodging

George Reed, Inc. (209) 523-0734 Contractors — Excavating

Mother Lode Answering Service (209) 532-3183 Business Services

Lazy Z Resort (209) 586-1214 Lodging

Indian Rock Center (510) 601-1600 Business Centers

Morelia Restaurant (209) 984-1432 Food & Beverage Mother Lode Adventures Charter Services (209) 677-3183 Transportation/Charter

Land & Structure (209) 532-5173 Surveying & Engineering

I

Frosted Vapors (209) 532-8273 Tobacco Products/Equipment

Randy Hanvelt, Non-Business Associate (209) 588-0815 Non-Business Associates

L.K. Lehman Trucking/A&L Ready Mix (209) 532-9705 Construction — Home Improvement

ICES — Infant Child Enrichment Services, Inc. (209) 533-0377 Education

Friends and Neighbors Magazine (209) 536-1755 Community Service/Nonprofits

Habitat for Humanity of Tuolumne County (209) 536-0970 Community Service/Nonprofits

L

Kamps Propane of Tuolumne County (209) 532-6638 Propane Keller Williams — Sierra Foothills (209) 588-9065 Real Estate Kelly-Moore Paints (209) 200-5570 Painting Kinematic Automation, Inc. (209) 532-3200 Manufacturing — Production & Distribution Kiwanis Club of Sonora (209) 533-9307 Community Service/Nonprofits KVML/KZSQ/KKBN (209) 533-1450 Media

Middleton’s Brand Source Furniture & Appliance (209) 736-4617 Furniture & Appliances Mike’s Pizza of Sonora (209) 532-1097 Food & Beverage Mocse Credit Union (209) 572-3600 Financial Services Modesto Technical College (209) 524-7037 Education Mono Village Apartments (209) 532-6520 Real Estate Mono Village Laundromat (209) 206-3819 Laundromats

Oak Terrace Memory Care (209) 533-4822 Senior Care Oak Valley Community Bank (209) 532-7100 Financial Services

P Pac-N-Copy (209) 536-0220 Business Services Pacific Gas & Electric (209) 533-6060 Utilities Pacific-Ultrapower (209) 984-4660 Manufacturing — Production & Distribution Panda Express (209) 536-9819 Food & Beverage Patrick B. Greenwell Law Office (209) 588-8233 Law The Peppery, Inc. (209) 533-9033 Food & Beverage

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Pine Mountain Lake Association (209) 962-8600 Entertainment/Recreation

Scrubs ‘n Such (209) 588-8883 Health & Medical

Sonora Five Assoc./Junction Shopping Ctr. (209) 533-3548 Retail

Pinecrest Lake Resort (209) 965-3411 Lodging

Seniority Lifecare at Home (209) 532-4500 Senior Care

Sonora Ford (209) 532-5593 Automotive

Pinnell’s Carpet One Floor & Home (209) 532-1696 Carpet/Flooring

ServiceMaster Sierras (209) 532-1700 Cleaning Services

PIP Terrace, LLC (209) 533-8962 Land Use Planning/Development

Jeanne Shenefelt, Non-Business Associate (209) 532-8111 Non-Business Associates

Sonora Fuel Depot Operations, Inc./Fuel Depot (209) 533-1700 Gas Stations/Mini Marts

Plum Construction, Inc. (209) 533-8962 Contractors — Building

Sierra Motors (209) 984-5272 Automotive

Power-Plus Technical Distributors (209) 532-2994 Electronic Supplies

Sierra Pacific Industries (209) 532-7141 Manufacturing — Production & Distribution

PROS (209) 928-1097 Business Associations

Sierra Professional Association (209) 591-3679 Business Associations

Q Quail Hollow One (209) 533-1310 Lodging

R

Sierra Repertory Theatre (209) 532-3266 Entertainment/Recreation Sierra Resource Management, Inc. (209) 984-1146 Forest Services

Railtown 1897 State Historic Park (209) 984-3953 Entertainment/Recreation

Sierra Senior Providers/TC Meals on Wheels (209) 533-2622 Community Service/Nonprofits

Ray Suess Insurance & Investments (209) 532-0278 Insurance

Sierra Vista Optometry (209) 532-4123 Health & Medical

Ray’s Trophy and Embroidery (209) 533-3660 Business Services

Sierra Waldorf School (209) 984-0454 Education

Realty World (209) 743-6710 Real Estate

Signal Service (209) 736-4996 Security/Alarm Services

Rental Car Momma (407) 396-4152 Automotive

Silver Oak Mgmt. dba Taco Bell (209) 532-4244 Food & Beverage

Resolutions Skin Care & Laser Spa (209) 532-7551 Skin Care

Simply Delish (209) 533-1177 Food & Beverage

Rodefers Vineyard (209) 559-9063 Vineyard

Skyline Place (209) 588-0373 Senior Care

Roger L. Stevens Insurance Agency (209) 533-2222 Insurance

Sol y Breath Wellness Center (209) 694-3955 Health & Fitness

Royce Construction Design, Inc. (209) 928-4123 Construction — Home Improvement

Sonora Airco Gas & Gear (209) 532-6959 Manufacturing — Production & Distribution

Runway Xchange (209) 532-9990 Retail

Sonora Aladdin Motor Inn & Conference Center (209) 533-4971 Lodging

S Safari Learning Academy (209) 588-0920 Education Sandvik Thermal Process, Inc. (209) 533-1990 Manufacturing — Production & Distribution Michael D. Scherer, DMD, M.S., APC (209) 536-1954 Dentistry SCORE (209) 532-4316 Business Services

Sonora Grocery Outlet (209) 536-1400 Retail Sonora Insurance Agency, Inc. (209) 533-0234 Financial Services Sonora Lumber (209) 532-7446 Retail Sonora Regional Medical Center (209) 536-5029 Health & Medical Sonora Rentals & Sales (209) 532-5545 Retail Sonora Smiles (209) 532-3171 Dentistry Sonora Smoke Shop (209) 536-6220 Tobacco Products/Equipment Sonora Subaru (209) 533-8777 Automotive Sonora Wash Depot (209) 728-7413 Laundromats Sonora’s Favorite Kitchen Store (209) 588-1400 Retail Stage 3 Theatre Company (209) 536-1778 Entertainment/Recreation Standard Storage, LLC (209) 694-8905 Storage State Farm Insurance — Buzz Garvin (209) 532-3466 Insurance

T T.U.CARE (209) 586-7816 Community Service/Nonprofits Tanko Brothers (209) 532-7797 Construction — Home Improvement Taylor Jewelers (209) 533-9302 Retail Terzich & Wilson Funeral Home (209) 532-3131 Funeral Directors Three B’s Event Planning (209) 591-8801 Events Thrivent Financial — Jeff Costello (209) 559-7868 Financial Services Togo’s (209) 533-5000 Food & Beverage Town Square Publications (559) 960-3513 Business Services Tricia Thompson Design (209) 596-0267 Interior Design Carl & Charlotte Tucker, Non-Business Associates (209) 533-9300 Non-Business Associates Tuolumne County Administrative Offices (209) 533-5511 Government — County Tuolumne County Arts Alliance (209) 532-2787 Community Service/Nonprofits Tuolumne County Association of Realtors (209) 532-3432 Real Estate Tuolumne County Chamber of Commerce (209) 532-4212 Chambers of Commerce Tuolumne County Economic Development Authority (209) 989-4058 Business Services

State Farm Insurance — Dot Popovich (209) 532-4120 Insurance

Tuolumne County Historical Society/ Museum/Genealogical Society (209) 532-1317 Community Service/Nonprofits

Storer Coachways (209) 521-8250 Transportation/Charter

Tuolumne County Schools Office (209) 536-2000 Education

Stramer & Sons Painting (209) 728-4914 Painting

Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Posse (209) 984-4881 Community Service/Nonprofits

Sonora Area Foundation (209) 533-2596 Community Service/Nonprofits

Strategic Management (209) 444-6549 Business Services

Tuolumne County Visitors Bureau (209) 533-4420 Visitors Bureau

Sonora Chamber of Commerce (209) 694-4405 Chambers of Commerce

Success Capital Expansion & Development (209) 521-9372 Financial Services

Tuolumne County Womens Network (209) 559-2022 Business Associations

Sonora Dentist (209) 533-9630 Dentistry

Susan Paris Broker & Associates (209) 232-0732 Real Estate

Tuolumne Market (209) 928-4844 Retail

Sonora Express Lube & Wash (209) 532-8480 Automotive

Swirlz (209) 533-3353 Food & Beverage

Tuolumne Utilities District (209) 532-5536 Utilities

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Tuolumne Veterinary Hospital (209) 532-0129 Veterinary Hospital Turlock Irrigation District (209) 883-8530 Utilities Twain Harte Chamber of Commerce (209) 586-4482 Chambers of Commerce Twain Harte Miniature Golf (209) 206-1941 Entertainment/Recreation Twain Harte Vacation Rentals/Penfield Properties (209) 586-3222 Real Estate Tweedy Tire Service, Inc. (209) 984-0208 Automotive Twin Pines & Mono Vista Ranch M.H.P. (916) 772-4918 Real Estate

U U.S. Bank (209) 586-3277 Financial Services

Verizon (209) 694-0374 Telecommunications

Y

Vietnam Veterans of America/Chapter 391 (209) 928-3848 Community Service/Nonprofits

Umpqua Bank (209) 532-0986 Financial Services

W

Underhill Sales (209) 795-5406 Business Services

W.H. Breshears, Inc. (209) 522-7291 Manufacturing — Production & Distribution

The Union Democrat (209) 532-7151 Media

Walmart Stores #01-2030 (209) 533-2617 Retail

Unique Shop Artisans (209) 761-8284 Furniture Repairs & Refinishing

WATCH Resources, Inc. (209) 533-0510 Community Service/Nonprofits

United Way of Stanislaus County/ Mother Lode (209) 523-4562 Community Service/Nonprofits

WestAmerica Bank (209) 536-1000 Financial Services

V Valley Yellow Pages (800) 350-8887 Business Services

Yosemite Chamber of Commerce (209) 962-0429 Chambers of Commerce Yosemite Pines RV Park (209) 962-7690 Entertainment/Recreation Yosemite Title Company (209) 532-8174 Title Insurance

Z Zelinsky Painting (209) 586-1573 Painting Zoo-phonics Multisensory Language Arts Program (209) 536-4926 Education

Wheeler and Egger CPAs, LLP (209) 536-1218 Financial Services Willow Steakhouse & Seafood Grille (209) 984-3998 Food & Beverage

Members B Y C AT E G O R Y

Automotive Auto Tech & Tires 18899 Microtronics Way | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-6830 • Fax: (209) 532-1380 jessica@autotechsonora.com www.autotechsonora.com Discount Tire of Sonora 14361 Tuolumne Rd. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 288-2804 discounttireofsonora@yahoo.com Rental Car Momma 1801 E. Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy. St. Cloud, FL 34771 (407) 396-4152 danny@rentalcarmomma.com www.rentalcarmomma.com Sierra Motors 18475 5th Ave. | Jamestown, CA 95327 (209) 984-5272 • Fax: (209) 984-2401 jalexander@sierramotors.net www.sierramotors.net Sonora Express Lube & Wash 14490 Mono Way | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-8480 • Fax: (209) 532-8416 Sonora Ford 13254 Mono Way | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-5593 • Fax: (209) 532-4962 krobinson@mysonoraford.com http://mysonoraford.com Sonora Subaru 14890 Mono Way | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-8777 • Fax: (209) 533-2424 www.sonorasubaru.com Tweedy Tire Service, Inc. 9899 Victoria Pl. | Jamestown, CA 95327-0556 (209) 984-0208 • Fax: (209) 984-3968

Beauty Salon & Boutique D Fine Salon 14699 Mono Way | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-2472 • Fax: (209) 533-2317 dfinesalon@live.com

Bio-energy Consulting CT Bioenergy Consulting, LLC 23862 Marshall Way | Twain Harte, CA 95383 (209) 694-4299 • Fax: (209) 694-4298 ctbioenergy@gmail.com

Business Associations Better Business Bureau of Mid-Co 11 S. San Joaquin St., Ste. 803 Stockton, CA 95202 (209) 948-4880 fwhitney@midcalbbb.org www.midcalbbb.org BNI — Sonora Gold Founders Chapter 21308 Blue Oak Gulch Rd. Twain Harte, CA 95383 (209) 529-4060 • Fax: (209) 529-2948 jen@hawkscpa.com www.bnicentralvalley.com Lodging Assoc. of Tuolumne 19551 Hess Ave. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-4400 • Fax: (209) 532-1964 PROS P.O. Box 4971 | Sonora, CA 95370-1971 (209) 928-1097 letsgo4travel@gmail.com www.sonorapros.com

Sierra Professional Association P.O. Box 202 | Standard, CA 95373 (209) 591-3679 tcspasecretary@gmail.com www.sierraprofessionalassociation.com

Comcast Spotlight 6505 Tam O’Shanter Dr. | Stockton, CA 95210 (209) 536-6655 • Fax: (209) 532-0477 katie_dunn@cable.comcast.com www.comcastspotlight.com

Tuolumne County Womens Network P.O. Box 405 | Standard, CA 95373 (209) 559-2022 www.tcwomensnetwork.com

HRM Consulting 1700 N. First St. | San Jose, CA 95112 (209) 728-8905 • Fax: (209) 728-8970 hrm@goldrush.com www.hrmconsulting.com

Business Centers Indian Rock Center 14570 Mono Way | Sonora, CA 95370 (510) 601-1600 • Fax: (510) 601-1900

Business Services 4th Dimensional Marketing and Consulting P.O. Box 1247 | Columbia, CA 95310 (209) 813-3183 4d@4thdmc.com www.4thdmc.com Alliance Small Business Development Center 1020 10th St., Ste. 102 | Modesto, CA 95354 (209) 567-4910 • Fax: (209) 567-4955 clarkk@stanalliance.com www.alliancesbdc.com Business First 22984 Joaquin Gully Rd. Twain Harte, CA 95383 (209) 586-4750 • Fax: (209) 586-4742 info@biznessfirst.biz www.biznessfirst.biz Columbine Designs 60 S. Stewart St. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-0883 • Fax: (209) 533-0884 columbine@goldrush.com www.columbinedesigns.net

Mother Lode Answering Service 71 S. Shepherd St. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-3183 • Fax: (209) 533-0561 mlas@mlode.com www.motherlodeansweringservice.com Pac-N-Copy 13767-A Mono Way | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 536-0220 • Fax: (209) 536-0229 pacncopy1@sbcglobal.net www.pacncopy.com Ray’s Trophy and Embroidery 13915 Mono Way | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-3660 raystrophy@mlode.com SCORE 222 S. Shepherd St. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-4316 • Fax: (209) 532-8068 stevef@thefarrellco.com www.score.org Strategic Management 1803 W. March Ln., Ste. A Stockton, CA 95207 (209) 444-6549 • Fax: (209) 474-8549 barney@smra1.com http://smra1.com

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Town Square Publications 155 E. Algonquin Rd. Arlington Heights, IL 60005 (559) 960-3513 • Fax: (260) 846-3513 mwtmg@sbcglobal.net www.townsquarepublications.com Tuolumne County Economic Development Authority 99 N. Washington St. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 989-4058 • Fax: (209) 736-5888 larry.cope@tceda.net www.tceda.net Underhill Sales 2084 Shoshone Dr. | Camp Connell, CA 95223 (209) 795-5406 bunderhill85@comcast.net Valley Yellow Pages 1850 N. Gateway Blvd. Fresno, CA 93727-1600 (800) 350-8887 • Fax: (559) 253-9729 dominic.gloria@myyp.com www.myyp.com

Carpet/Flooring McCurley’s National Flooring & Window Coverings 18681 Eagle Ridge Dr. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-9333 • Fax: (209) 532-9332 customerservice@nfsupply.net http://mccurleysnationalflooring.com Pinnell’s Carpet One Floor & Home 12900 Mono Way | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-1696 • Fax: (209) 532-8608 breanna@pinnellscarpetone.com www.pinnellscarpetonesonora.com

Casinos Black Oak Casino Resort 19400 Tuolumne Rd. N. | Tuolumne, CA 95379 (209) 928-9309 • Fax: (209) 928-9301 amoss@blackoakcasino.com rpatel@blackoakcasino.com www.blackoakcasino.com Chicken Ranch Casino 16929 Chicken Ranch Rd. Jamestown, CA 95327 (209) 984-3000 • Fax: (209) 984-4158 jlloyd@chickenranchcasino.com www.chickenranchcasino.com

Chambers of Commerce Columbia Chamber of Commerce P.O. Box 1824 | Columbia, CA 95310 (209) 536-1672 www.columbiacalifornia.com Sonora Chamber of Commerce P.O. Box 3084 | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 694-4405 • Fax: (209) 533-2310 info@sonorachamber.org www.sonorachamber.com Tuolumne County Chamber of Commerce 222 S. Shepherd St. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-4212 • Fax: (209) 532-8068 info@tcchamber.com www.tcchamber.com Twain Harte Chamber of Commerce 2300 Meadow Ln. P.O. Box 404 Twain Harte, CA 95383 (209) 586-4482 • Fax: (209) 586-1269 info@twainhartecc.com www.twainhartecc.com

Yosemite Chamber of Commerce 11875 Ponderosa Ln., Ste. A Groveland, CA 95321 (209) 962-0429 info@groveland.org www.groveland.org

Chemical Dependency Treatment Facilities Maynords CDRC 19325 Cherokee Rd. P.O. Box 1657 Tuolumne, CA 95379 (209) 928-3737 • Fax: (209) 928-1152 www.maynords.com

Cleaning Services AAA Wesco Carpet Cleaning 18222 Berry Ln. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-9676 • Fax: (209) 533-0829 info@aaacarpetcleaning.biz www.aaacarpetcleaning.biz JTM Cleaning Co. 17305 Murphy Rd. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 588-8692 • Fax: (209) 588-8692 mcginneskim@gmail.com ServiceMaster Sierras 17330 High School Rd. | Jamestown, CA 95327 (209) 532-1700 • Fax: (209) 532-1719 servicemastersierras@mlode.com mike_servicemaster@mlode.com www.servicemastersierras.com

Community Service/Nonprofits American Cancer Society 1101 Sylvan Ave., Ste. C105 Modesto, CA 95350 (209) 524-7242 • Fax: (209) 524-7242 kory.campbell@cancer.org www.cancer.org

Sierra Senior Providers/TC Meals on Wheels 540 Greenley Rd. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-2622 • Fax: (209) 533-2012 lcasas@sierraseniorproviders.org www.sierraseniorproviders.org

Royce Construction Design, Inc. 20436 Misty Ln. | Tuolumne, CA 95379 (209) 928-4123 • Fax: (209) 928-1245 angel@roycecadi.com www.roycecadi.com

Sonora Area Foundation 362 S. Stewart St. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-2596 • Fax: (209) 533-2412 www.sonora-area.org

Tanko Brothers 21047 Shaws Flat Rd. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-7797 • Fax: (209) 532-8063

T.U.CARE P.O. Box 1056 | Twain Harte, CA 95383 (209) 586-7816 tucare@mlode.com www.tucare.com Tuolumne County Arts Alliance 251-C Barretta St. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-2787 • Fax: (209) 532-2793 connie@tuolumnecountyarts.org http://tuolumnecountyarts.org Tuolumne County Historical Society/ Museum/Genealogical Society 158 Bradford St. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-1317 sparagna@sonnet.com www.tchistory.org Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Posse 19130 Rawhide Rd. | Jamestown, CA 95327 (209) 984-4881 United Way of Stanislaus County/ Mother Lode 422 McHenry Ave. | Modesto, CA 95353 (209) 523-4562 • Fax: (209) 523-4568 www.uwaystan.org Vietnam Veterans of America/Chapter 391 P.O. Box 5391 | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 928-3848 • Fax: (209) 928-3848 dsouthern@vva.org c.southern.cs@gmail.com www.vietnamveterans391.org

The Black Hat Foundation P.O. Box 3142 | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 586-2562 blackhatfoundation@gmail.com

WATCH Resources, Inc. 12801 Cabezut Rd. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-0510 • Fax: (209) 533-0907 cdaly@watchemail.org www.watchresources.org

Farms of Tuolumne County P.O. Box 315 | Soulsbyville, CA 95372-0315 (209) 928-3775 • Fax: (209) 532-8978 marianzimmerly@frontier.com www.farmsoftuolumnecounty.org

GDI — Micropoint Computer Services 19579 Cordelia Ave. | Sonora, CA 95370-7533 (209) 536-9705

Friends and Neighbors Magazine 171 N. Washington St., Ste. H Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 536-1755 • Fax: (877) 684-5476 editor@seniorfan.com www.seniorfan.com Habitat for Humanity of Tuolumne County 14216 Tuolumne Rd., #1 Sonora, CA 95370-8223 (209) 536-0970 • Fax: (209) 536-0605 inquiry@habitattuolumne.org www.habitattuolumne.org Interfaith Community Social Services 18500 Striker Ct. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-0905 • Fax: (209) 532-0255 cathiepeacock@yahoo.com Kiwanis Club of Sonora P.O. Box 4434 | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-9307 viclees18@gmail.com League of California Cities 1400 K St. | Sacramento, CA 95814 (209) 614-0118 • Fax: (209) 883-0653 squalls@cacities.org

Computer Sales & Services

Construction — Home Improvement Barr Construction & Restoration, Inc. 24221 Manny Marshall Dr. Twain Harte, CA 95383 (209) 586-0227 • Fax: (209) 586-2227 kev@barrconstruction.com www.barrconstruction.com Birchwood Cabinets Sonora, Inc. 14375 Cuesta Ct. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-1417 • Fax: (209) 532-1418 customerservice@birchwoodcabinets.com www.birchwoodcabinets.com L.K. Lehman Trucking/A&L Ready Mix 19333 Industrial Dr. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-9705 • Fax: (209) 532-9741 www.lowell@mlode.com Nor-Cal Glass 246 S. Shepherd St. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 588-9993 • Fax: (209) 588-9994 www.norcalglass.com

Contractors — Building Plum Construction, Inc. 14951 Camage Ave. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-8962 • Fax: (209) 533-2997 plumconst@gmail.com www.plumconstructioninc.com

Contractors — Electrical Bendix Electric, Inc. 19431 Village Dr., Ste. B P.O. Box 189 Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 928-4145 • Fax: (209) 533-4178 sparky@bendixelectric.com www.bendixelectric.com

Contractors — Excavating George Reed, Inc. 6000 O’Byrnes Ferry Rd. Jamestown, CA 95327 (209) 523-0734 bill.sudhoff@georgereed.com www.georgereed.com

Contractors — General El Dorado Septic Service, Inc. 18701 Tiffeni Dr., Ste. 2C Twain Harte, CA 95383 (209) 586-1623 • Fax: (209) 586-2290

Dentistry Michael D. Scherer, DMD, M.S., APC 14570 Mono Way, Ste. I | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 536-1954 • Fax: (209) 536-6554 frontdesk@sonoramoderndental.com www.sonoramoderndental.com Sonora Dentist 13945 Mono Way | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-9630 • Fax: (209) 536-6044 sonoradentist@mlode.com www.sonoradentist.com Sonora Smiles 14255 Tuolumne Rd. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-3171 • Fax: (209) 536-6040 www.sonorasmiles.com

Education Columbia College 11600 Columbia College Dr. Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 588-5115 • Fax: (209) 588-5161 fairchildsa@yosemite.edu www.gocolumbia.edu ICES — Infant Child Enrichment Services, Inc. 20993 Niagara River Dr. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-0377 • Fax: (209) 533-4017 willowt@icesagency.org www.icesagency.org Modesto Technical College 1300 N. 9th St., Ste. D Modesto, CA 95350-4793 (209) 524-7037 • Fax: (209) 524-6724 khansen@modestotechcollege.com www.modestotechcollege.com

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Safari Learning Academy 13760 Mono Way, Ste. D | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 588-0920 • Fax: (209) 588-0930 char@zoophonics.com www.safarilearning.com Sierra Waldorf School 19234 Rawhide Rd. | Jamestown, CA 95327 (209) 984-0454 • Fax: (209) 984-4125 caroline@sierrawaldorf.com www.sierrawaldorf.org Tuolumne County Schools Office 175 S. Fairview Ln. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 536-2000 • Fax: (209) 536-2003 mbulkin@tuolcoe.k12.ca.us Zoo-phonics Multisensory Language Arts Program 995 Morning Star Dr., Ste. B Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 536-4926 • Fax: (209) 288-2430 char@zoo-phonics.com www.zoo-phonics.com

Electronic Supplies Power-Plus Technical Distributors 21091 Longeway Rd., Ste. A Sonora, CA 95370-7303 (209) 532-2994 • Fax: (209) 532-0747 bgordon@power-plus.com www.power-plus.com

Entertainment/Recreation Brush & Cork 226 W. Jackson St. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-4542 judyart4u@gmail.com www.brushandcork.com Cave & Mine Adventures/ Sierra Nevada Recreation 5350 Moaning Cave Rd. P.O. Box 78 Vallecito, CA 95251 (209) 736-2708 • Fax: (209) 736-0330 caverns@caverntours.com www.caverntours.com Dodge Ridge Wintersports Area One Dodge Ridge Rd. P.O. Box 1188 Pinecrest, CA 95364 (209) 965-3474 • Fax: (209) 965-4437 www.dodgeridge.com Mercer Caverns 1665 Sheep Ranch Rd. P.O. Box 509 Murphys, CA 95247 (209) 728-2101 • Fax: (209) 728-2101 www.mercercaverns.com Mountain Springs Golf Club 17566 Lime Kiln Rd. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-1000 • Fax: (209) 532-0203 www.mountainspringsgolf.com Pine Mountain Lake Association 19228 Pine Mountain Dr. Groveland, CA 95321 (209) 962-8600 • Fax: (209) 962-6796 joepowell@pinemountainlake.com www.pinemountainlake.com Railtown 1897 State Historic Park 18115 5th Ave. P.O. Box 1250 Jamestown, CA 95327 (209) 984-3953 • Fax: (209) 984-4936 stephen.vanetten@parks.ca.gov www.railtown1897.org

Sierra Repertory Theatre 13891 Mono Way P.O. Box 3030 Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-3266 • Fax: (209) 532-7270 srt@mlode.com www.sierrarep.org Stage 3 Theatre Company 208 S. Green St. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 536-1778 • Fax: (209) 536-5804 stage3.theatre@gmail.com www.stage3.org Twain Harte Miniature Golf 23098 Little Fuller Rd. | Twain Harte, CA 95383 (209) 206-1941 thomasatkins95379@yahoo.com www.facebook.com/twainharteminiaturegolf Yosemite Pines RV Park 20450 Old Hwy. 120 | Groveland, CA 95321 (209) 962-7690 • Fax: (209) 962-4378 www.yosemitepinesrv.com

Events E.S.A.V.P. Entertainment Systems Audio/ Visual Production 21756 Crystal Falls Dr. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 694-8207 entsys@sbcglobal.net www.esavp.com Three B’s Event Planning 16929 Broken Pine Rd. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 591-8801 3bseventplanning@gmail.com www.3bseventplanning.com

Fairgrounds 29th D.A.A. Mother Lode Fair 220 Southgate Dr. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-7428 • Fax: (209) 532-3573 stacey@mlfair.com www.motherlodefair.org

Financial Services Academy Mortgage 31 N. Washington St. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 588-8616 • Fax: (209) 588-9018 tammy.hammond@academymortgage.com www.academymortgage.com/lo/tammyhammond Bank of Stockton 242 S. Washington St. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-3631 • Fax: (209) 536-1686 gmaciel@bankofstockton.com www.bankofstockton.com Carlson, Haff & Associates 14570 Mono Way, Ste. G | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-5171 • Fax: (209) 532-7686 eric@chassoc.biz Craig W. Fleming Accountancy Corp. 1030 Greenley Rd., Ste. A P.O. Box 3785 Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-0115 • Fax: (209) 532-0386 Edward Jones — Todd Simonson, AAMS®, CFP® 1311 Sanguinetti Rd., Ste. B Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-1307 • Fax: (888) 305-1959 www.edwardjones.com Edward Jones Investments — J. Zaiter 19969 Greenley Rd., Ste. A | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 588-0864 • Fax: (888) 395-1026 james.zaiter@edwardjones.com www.edwardjones.com

El Dorado Savings Bank 22900 Twain Harte Dr. P.O. Box 877 Twain Harte, CA 95383 (209) 586-7213 • Fax: (209) 586-7278 www.eldoradosavings.com Flavin & Associates, Inc. 20707 N. Sunshine Rd. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-4053 • Fax: (209) 532-5209 www.flavinea.com Go Figure! P.O. Box 543 | Jamestown, CA 95327 (209) 984-1204 • Fax: (209) 984-1137 www.gofiguretax.com Hohne Hoyt & Aguilera CPAs, Inc. 216 S. Shepherd St. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-0077 • Fax: (209) 536-7037 bob@motherlodecpa.com www.motherlodecpa.com Mocse Credit Union 430 N. Washington St. Sonora, CA 95370-5597 (209) 572-3600 • Fax: (209) 572-1714 ddavid@mocse.org www.mocse.org Oak Valley Community Bank 14580 Mono Way | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-7100 • Fax: (209) 532-0355 lwilson@ovcb.com www.ovcb.com Oak Valley Community Bank — Downtown Branch 85 Mono Way | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 396-7719 lwilson@ovcb.com www.ovcb.com Sonora Insurance Agency, Inc. 124 N. Washington St. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-0234 • Fax: (209) 533-0293 www.sonorainsurance.com Success Capital Expansion & Development 1100 14th St., Ste. B | Modesto, CA 95354 (209) 521-9372 • Fax: (209) 521-9373 www.scedco.org Thrivent Financial — Jeff Costello 83 S. Stewart St., Ste. 201 | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 559-7868 • Fax: (209) 536-9071 jeff.costello@thrivent.com U.S. Bank 22953 Twain Harte Dr. P.O. Box 685 Twain Harte, CA 95383 (209) 586-3277 • Fax: (209) 586-2750 cheryl.clark1@usbank.com www.usbank.com Umpqua Bank 13775-C Mono Way | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-0986 • Fax: (209) 532-1647 pamcarrillo@umpquabank.com www.umpquabank.com WestAmerica Bank 1311-A Sanguinetti Rd. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 536-1000 • Fax: (209) 536-9314 www.westamerica.com Wheeler and Egger CPAs, LLP 133 Old Wards Ferry Rd., Ste. J Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 536-1218 • Fax: (209) 536-1259 swheeler@wecpas4u.com www.wecpas4u.com

Food & Beverage Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar 851 Sanguinetti Rd. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-9670 • Fax: (209) 533-9675 sonora@applebythebay.com www.applebees.com Carl’s, Jr. 1075 Mono Way | Sonora, CA 95370 (925) 455-4743 • Fax: (925) 373-0517 www.carlsjr.com Chef Dave Cooks! 20330 Westview Way | Tuolumne, CA 95379 (209) 928-1306 dave4dessert@gmail.com www.chefdavecooks.com Day-O Espresso & Smoothies 13676 Tuolumne Rd. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-2025 • Fax: (209) 532-2125 dayo@dayoespresso.com El Jardin Restaurant 76 N. Washington St. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 588-0770 • Fax: (209) 586-0274 Emberz 177 S. Washington St. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-2272 emberz177@gmail.com McDonald’s/Graspointner Mgmt. Co., Inc. 14895 Mono Way | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 538-9500 • Fax: (209) 538-8097 dennisgraspointner@partners.mcd.com www.mcdonalds.com Mike’s Pizza of Sonora 14721 Mono Way | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-1097 pizzaguy@sonic.net www.mikespizzasonora.com Morelia Restaurant 18148 Main St. P.O. Box 705 Jamestown, CA 95327 (209) 984-1432 • Fax: (209) 984-4306 Old Skool Pie Wood Fire Pizza 30 Elm St. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 559-4571 oldskoolpie@gmail.com www.oldskoolpie.com Panda Express 1031 Sanguinetti Rd., Ste. B Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 536-9819 • Fax: (209) 536-9972 mao.thao@pandarg.com www.pandaexpress.com The Peppery, Inc. 13494 Mono Way | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-9033 • Fax: (209) 533-8862 www.thepeppery.com Silver Oak Mgmt. dba Taco Bell 13770 Mono Way | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-4244 • Fax: (916) 663-0118 www.tacobell.com Simply Delish 365 S. Washington St. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-1177 vonnieh77@gmail.com www.simplydelishshop.com Swirlz 13757 Mono Way | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-3353 kimdarr@mlode.com Togo’s 13753 Mono Way, Ste. B | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-5000 • Fax: (209) 533-9900 togossonora@sbcglobal.net www.togos.com

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Willow Steakhouse & Seafood Grille 18723 Main St. | Jamestown, CA 95327 (209) 984-3998 • Fax: (209) 984-1684

Forest Services Forestland Consulting 21731 Hyde St. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 743-8123 forest_man@sbcglobal.net Sierra Resource Management, Inc. 12015 La Grange Rd. | Jamestown, CA 95327 (209) 984-1146 • Fax: (209) 984-1149 sierraresource@mlode.com

Funeral Directors Heuton’s Memorial Chapel 400 S. Stewart St. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-7121 • Fax: (209) 536-9283 Terzich & Wilson Funeral Home 225 E. Rose Ave. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-3131 • Fax: (209) 532-3132 terzichwilsonfuneralhome@yahoo.com

Furniture & Appliances Heuser’s Furniture 37 S. Stewart St. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 536-9834 • Fax: (209) 536-9835 www.barronsfurniture.com Middleton’s Brand Source Furniture & Appliance 374 N. Main St. | Altaville, CA 95221 (209) 736-4617 www.middletonsfurnituresandappliances.com

Furniture Repairs & Refinishing Unique Shop Artisans 16044 Via Este, Unit B | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 761-8284 usahomefurniture@gmail.com www.usahomefurniture.com

Gas Stations/Mini Marts Sonora Fuel Depot Operations, Inc./ Fuel Depot 13791 Mono Way | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-1700 • Fax: (209) 533-1703 sonorafueldepot@gmail.com

Gift Shop The Itty-Bitty Balloon Shop 13755-B Mono Way | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 588-2758 • Fax: (209) 588-2758 ttgb4u@aol.com www.ittybittyballoonshop.com

Government — County Tuolumne County Administrative Offices 2 S. Green St. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-5511 • Fax: (209) 533-5510 cpedro@co.tuolumne.ca.us

Health & Fitness Sol y Breath Wellness Center 14709 Mono Way | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 694-3955 tullycbaker@solybreath.com www.solybreath.com

Health & Medical Blood Bank of Sonora (Delta Blood Bank) 850 Sanguinetti Rd. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 536-5801 • Fax: (209) 462-0221 anns@deltabloodbank.org www.deltabloodbank.org Community Chiropractic 6 S. Forest Rd. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 536-9182 • Fax: (209) 536-9124 www.communitychiro.org Donaldson Eye Care Associates 940 Sylva Ln., Ste. G | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-2020 • Fax: (209) 532-1687 eyeteam@mlode.com www.donaldsoneyecare.com Foothill Chiropractic 13955 E. Mono Way, Ste. A | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-3700 • Fax: (209) 532-4913 www.foothillchiro.com Mathiesen Memorial Health Clinic 18144 Seco St. Box 535 Jamestown, CA 95327 (209) 984-4820 • Fax: (209) 984-4825 andy.anderson@crihb.net www.mathiesenclinic.com Scrubs ‘n Such 14745 Mono Way | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 588-8883 • Fax: (209) 588-8883 scrubsnsuch@mlode.com www.motherlodescrubs.com Sierra Vista Optometry 940-H Sylva Ln. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-4123 • Fax: (209) 532-6749 www.sierravistaoptometry.com Sonora Regional Medical Center 1000 Greenley Rd. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 536-5029 • Fax: (209) 536-3525 www.sonoramedicalcenter.org

Health & Natural Foods Maximum Living, Inc. 20071 Soulsbyville Rd. | Soulsbyville, CA 95372 (209) 536-9300 • Fax: (209) 536-9375 www.maximizeyourlife.com Nature’s Whole Food Depot 19073 Standard Rd. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-8878 • Fax: (209) 532-8874 carolfox@netscape.com www.natureswholefooddepot.net

Heating/Stoves/Fireplaces Central Heat & Air/Sonora Solar Systems 1163 Mill Villa Ct. P.O. Box 3776 Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-7132 • Fax: (209) 532-8080 www.centralheatingandair.com Foothill Fireplace, Pools and Spas 18677 Eagle Ridge Rd. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-5005 • Fax: (209) 533-9008 www.ffpfirewaters.com

Insurance AAA-NCNU 1071 Sanguinetti Rd. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 536-2540 • Fax: (209) 532-7931 lorie.trueb@goaaa.com www.aaa.com Blake Elliot Insurance Agency 18665 Carter St. | Tuolumne, CA 95379 (209) 928-3471 • Fax: (209) 928-3924 eliotins@mlode.com www.blakeelliottinsurance.com

Cutler-Segerstrom Insurance Agency 1030 Greenley Rd. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-6951 • Fax: (209) 532-1637 julie-vonsavoye@leavitt.com www.cutseg.com Farmers Insurance 149 S. Shepherd St. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-1040 • Fax: (209) 536-4620 cking@farmersagent.com www.farmersagent.com/cking Glenn S. Caldwell Insurance Services, Inc. 14566 Mono Way | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-5102 • Fax: (209) 532-5103 cmyers@caldwell-insurance.com www.caldwell-insurance.com Ray Suess Insurance & Investments 144 N. Washington St. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-0278 • Fax: (209) 532-4266 adam@raysuessinsurance.com www.raysuessinsurance.com Roger L. Stevens Insurance Agency 14590 Mono Way | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-2222 • Fax: (209) 532-5317 rogerls@mlode.com www.rlsinsurance.com State Farm Insurance — Buzz Garvin 724 E. Mono Way | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-3466 • Fax: (209) 532-0625 tamara.dockstader.lex4@statefarm.com www.buzzgarvin.com State Farm Insurance — Dot Popovich 558 S. Washington St. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-4120 • Fax: (209) 532-6398 dot.popovich.gjcj@statefarm.com www.dotpopovich.com

Interior Design Tricia Thompson Design 18263 Main St. | Jamestown, CA 95327 (209) 596-0267 inspiringspaces4u@gmail.com www.triciathompsondesign.com

Job Training Mother Lode Job Training 197-B Mono Way | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-3396 • Fax: (209) 533-1079 jdickason@mljt.org vickil@mljt.org www.mljt.org

Land Use Planning/ Development PIP Terrace, LLC 15256 Camino Del Parque N. Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-8962 • Fax: (209) 533-2997 plumconst@gmail.com

Gianelli & Polley, Professional Law Corp. 27 S. Shepherd St., Ste. A P.O. Box 4918 Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-2233 • Fax: (209) 533-9175 info@gianellilaw.com www.gianellilaw.com LegalShield, Independent Associate P.O. Box 891 | Mi-Wuk Village, CA 95346-0891 (209) 965-7002 gat_slor@yahoo.com http://gslor.legalshieldassociate.com Patrick B. Greenwell Law Office 945 Morning Star Dr. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 588-8233 • Fax: (209) 532-8040 pat@greenwelllaw.com www.patgreenwell.com

Lodging 49er RV Ranch 23223 Italian Bar Rd. P.O. Box 49 Columbia, CA 95310 (209) 532-4978 bill@49rv.com www.49rv.com Best Western PLUS Sonora Oaks Hotel & Conference Ctr. 19551 Hess Ave. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-4400 • Fax: (209) 532-1964 clink@heritagehotelgroup.com khakl@heritagehotelgroup.com www.bwsonoraoaks.com California Student Housing 11800 Columbia College Dr. Sonora, CA 95370 (916) 719-2330 • Fax: (916) 381-2945 fjp@columbiastudenthousing.net www.californiastudenthousing.net Country Inn Sonora 18730 Hwy. 108 | Jamestown, CA 95327 (209) 984-0315 www.countryinnsonora.com Groveland Hotel 18767 Main St. P.O. Box 289 Groveland, CA 95321 (209) 962-4000 • Fax: (209) 962-6674 peggy@groveland.com www.groveland.com Gunn House Hotel 286 S. Washington St. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-3421 www.gunnhousehotel.com The Hotel at Black Oak Casino Resort 19398 Tuolumne Rd. N. | Tuolumne, CA 95379 (209) 928-9300 • Fax: (209) 928-9475 rpascual@blackoakcasino.com www.blackoakcasino.com/hotel

Laundromats Mono Village Laundromat 14797 Mono Way | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 206-3819 mrbuyout@gmail.com Sonora Wash Depot 782 E. Mono Way | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 728-7413 hereisgenie@gmail.com

Law Chenault Law 67 Linoberg St., Ste. B | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 694-3200 • Fax: (209) 694-3201 mail@chenaultlaw.com www.chenaultlaw.com

Inns of California — Sonora 350 S. Washington St. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-3633 • Fax: (209) 532-9000 krita@heritagehotelgroup.com www.innsofcaliforniasonora.com Lazy Z Resort 22732 Middlecamp Rd. P.O. Box 1055 Twain Harte, CA 95383 (209) 586-1214 • Fax: (209) 586-3857 steve@lazyz.com www.lazyz.com Pinecrest Lake Resort 421 Pinecrest Lake Rd. | Pinecrest, CA 95364 (209) 965-3411 • Fax: (209) 965-4032 www.pinecrestlakeresort.com

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Quail Hollow One 20230 Grouse Way | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-1310 • Fax: (209) 533-2219 www.quailhollow1.com Sonora Aladdin Motor Inn & Conference Center 14260 Mono Way | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-4971 • Fax: (209) 532-1522 www.aladdininn.com

Manufacturing — Production & Distribution Blue Mountain Minerals 24599 Marble Quarry Rd. Columbia, CA 95310 (209) 533-0127 • Fax: (209) 532-0972 jredoutey@bluemtnmin.com www.bluemountainminerals.com California Wood Shavings/ American Wood Fibers 12015 La Grange Rd. | Jamestown, CA 95327 (209) 984-1150 • Fax: (209) 984-1149 cawoodshavings@mlode.com Kinematic Automation, Inc. 21085 Longeway Rd. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-3200 • Fax: (209) 532-0248 www.kinematic.com

The Union Democrat 84 S. Washington St. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-7151 • Fax: (209) 532-5139 ppietrowicz@uniondemocrat.com www.uniondemocrat.com

Non-Business Associates Mike Ayala, Non-Business Associate 16109 Sirus Mine Ln. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 536-0925 mgayala@gmail.com Randy Hanvelt, Non-Business Associate 19881 Mine Meadow Ct. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 588-0815 rhanvelt@co.tuolumne.ca.us Frank D. Hodges 18161 Via Serena | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-2268 • Fax: (209) 532-2741 Jeanne Shenefelt, Non-Business Associate 20621 Lori Ln. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-8111 • Fax: (209) 532-9111 Carl & Charlotte Tucker, Non-Business Associates 18047 Lime Kiln Rd. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-9300 • Fax: (209) 532-0498 ctucker@mlode.com

Micro-Tronics 18897 Microtronics Way P.O. Box 4375 Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-1008 • Fax: (209) 532-1009 gina@micro-tronics.net www.micro-tronics.net

Kelly-Moore Paints 880 Sanguinetti Rd. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 200-5570 • Fax: (209) 532-0350 nyoung@kellymoore.com www.kellymoore.com

Pacific-Ultrapower 8755 Enterprise Dr. | Jamestown, CA 95327 (209) 984-4660 • Fax: (209) 984-3398 http://ihipower.com

Stramer & Sons Painting 20641 Charlotte Ct. | Soulsbyville, CA 95372 (209) 728-4914 stramerspainting@att.net

Sandvik Thermal Process, Inc. 19500 Nugget Blvd. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-1990 • Fax: (209) 533-4079 www.mrlind.com

Zelinsky Painting P.O. Box 1055 | Twain Harte, CA 95383 (209) 586-1573

Sierra Pacific Industries 14980 Camage Rd. | Sonora, CA 95373 (209) 532-7141 • Fax: (209) 532-9461 ddavis@spi-ind.com www.spi-ind.com Sonora Airco Gas & Gear 19481 Village Dr. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-6959 • Fax: (209) 533-9504 W.H. Breshears, Inc. 13079 Sanguinetti Rd. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 522-7291 • Fax: (209) 522-2406 www.whbreshears.com

Painting

Pest Control Anchor Pest Control, Inc. 19502 Village Dr. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 536-1981 • Fax: (209) 536-1985 info@anchorpest.com www.anchorpest.com Clark Pest Control 429 E. Mono Way | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-3464 • Fax: (209) 532-2899 www.clarkpest.com Foothill-Sierra Pest Control 11072-A Mt. Brow Rd. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-7378

Media Clarke Broadcasting Corp. 342 S. Washington St. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-1450 • Fax: (209) 533-9520 lengland@clarkebroadcasting.com www.clarkebroadcasting.com KVML/KZSQ/KKBN 342 S. Washington St. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-1450 • Fax: (209) 533-9520 lengland@clarkebroadcasting.com www.mymotherlode.com MyMotherLode.com 342 S. Washington St. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-1450 lengland@clarkebroadcasting.com www.mymotherlode.com

Propane Campora Propane 19330 Industrial Dr. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-3579 • Fax: (209) 532-6712 dricker@campora.com www.campora.com JS West Propane 564 W. Stockton Rd. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 694-4153 • Fax: (209) 532-1876 dmayo@jswest.com Kamps Propane of Tuolumne County 18877 Microtronics Way | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-6638 • Fax: (209) 984-4904 www.kampspropane.com

Quilting American Quilt Works 18252 Olov Rd. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-3738 ljb@hub3.net

Real Estate Berkshire Hathaway Home Services — California Realty 133 Old Wards Ferry Rd. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-7888 • Fax: (209) 536-6009 scampbellsr@gmail.com www.pcr1.com California Gold Development Corporation 133 Old Wards Ferry Rd., Ste. G Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-3333 • Fax: (209) 533-3160 rwoodall@mlode.com Century 21 Wildwood — Sherburne 22910 Twain Harte Dr. | Twain Harte, CA 95383 (209) 768-8273 laurel@teamsherburne.com www.teamsherburne.com Century 21 Wildwood Properties — Darr 22910 Twain Harte Dr. | Twain Harte, CA 95383 (209) 586-3258 • Fax: (209) 586-3312 www.century21wildwood.com Coldwell Banker Mother Lode 14255 Mono Way | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-6993 • Fax: (209) 532-6999 motherloderealestate@gmail.com www.coldwellbankersonora.com Coldwell Banker Segerstrom 84 N. Washington St. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-7400 • Fax: (209) 532-6447 clarksegerstrom@yahoo.com cbsegerstrom@gmail.com www.coldwellbankersonora.com Coldwell Banker Twain Harte Realty — Kraft 23003 Joaquin Gully Rd. P.O. Box 190 Twain Harte, CA 95383 (209) 586-5200 • Fax: (209) 586-5261 www.sierrasold.com Keller Williams — Sierra Foothills 161 S. Washington St. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 588-9065 john@johnchoate.com www.sierrahomesinfo.com Mono Village Apartments 14540 Lolly Ln. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-6520 • Fax: (209) 532-6511 monovillage@gmail.com www.monovillageapartments.com Mother Lode Property Management, Inc. 14255 Mono Way, Ste. B | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-8147 • Fax: (209) 532-8149 info@mlpmrentals.com www.mlpmrentals.com Realty World 18125 Main St. | Jamestown, CA 95327 (209) 743-6710 cymoss@yahoo.com Susan Paris Broker & Associates 22902 Twain Harte Dr., Ste. E Twain Harte, CA 95383 (209) 232-0732 • Fax: (530) 466-2747 susan@susanparis.com www.susanparis.com Tuolumne County Association of Realtors 14195 Tuolumne Rd. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-3432 • Fax: (209) 533-9418 shauna@tcrealtors.org http://tcrealtors.org

Twain Harte Vacation Rentals/ Penfield Properties P.O. Box 1243 | Twain Harte, CA 95383 (209) 586-3222 • Fax: (209) 586-6129 margie@thvr.com www.thvr.com Twin Pines & Mono Vista Ranch M.H.P. 500 Giuseppe Court, #2 | Roseville, CA 95678 (916) 772-4918

Retail BeDazzled at the Inn 160 S. Washington St. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-5023 • Fax: (209) 533-5026 bedazzledsonora@yahoo.com Columbia Candy Kitchen 22726 Main St. P.O. Box 191 Columbia, CA 95310 (209) 532-7886 candyjanice@gmail.com Cost-U-Less 760 E. Mono Way | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-8497 • Fax: (209) 532-1145 www.costuless.com The Harte of the Kitchen 22966 Joaquin Gully Rd. Twain Harte, CA 95383 (209) 586-5631 mrsfloorman@yahoo.com http://theharteofthekitchen.com Hurst Ranch 17415 Hwy. 108 | Jamestown, CA 95327 (209) 984-3016 hurst123@sbcglobal.net Jazz It Up Iron-On Sparklers 16640 Lime Kiln Rd. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-1295 • Fax: (209) 533-8383 jazzitup@wildblue.net http://jazzitupsparklers.com The Mason Bar Company 18851 Microtronics Way Unit A7 | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 743-6568 www.themasonbarcompany.com Runway Xchange 115 S. Washington St. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-9990 runwayxchange@att.net www.runwayxchange.com Sonora Five Assoc./Junction Shopping Ctr. 13775-H Mono Way | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-3548 • Fax: (209) 533-9543 margdavis@sbcglobal.net www.junctionshoppingcenter.com Sonora Grocery Outlet 685 S. Washington St. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 536-1400 • Fax: (209) 536-9462 Sonora Lumber 730 S. Washington St. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-7446 • Fax: (209) 532-1876 rhorn@sonoralumber.com www.sonoralumber.com Sonora Rentals & Sales 13613 Bergel Rd. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-5545 • Fax: (209) 532-8250 Sonora’s Favorite Kitchen Store 98 S. Washington St. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 588-1400 • Fax: (209) 588-1441 mwa1149@sbcglobal.net Taylor Jewelers 13769 Mono Way, Ste. N | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-9302 • Fax: (209) 533-1833 sonoraharrison@yahoo.com

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Tuolumne Market 18352 Tuolumne Rd. | Tuolumne, CA 95379 (209) 928-4844 • Fax: (209) 928-1695 Walmart Stores #01-2030 1101 Sanguinetti Rd. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-2617 • Fax: (209) 533-3033 www.wal-mart.com

Security/Alarm Systems ADT Security Services 4725 Enterprise Way, Ste. 5 Modesto, CA 95356 (209) 484-6770 • Fax: (209) 523-1618 bwadlow@adt.com www.adt.com Signal Service 876 Main St. | Angels Camp, CA 95222 (209) 736-4996 • Fax: (209) 736-9301 admin@signalserviceinc.com www.signalserviceinc.com

Senior Care Avalon Care Center — Sonora 19929 Greenley Rd. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-2500 • Fax: (209) 533-0728 www.avalonhci.com Oak Terrace Memory Care 20420 Rafferty Ct. | Soulsbyville, CA 95372 (209) 533-4822 • Fax: (209) 533-4163 jake.wolf@oakterracememorycare.net www.oakterracememorycare.net

Telecommunications AT&T 5555 E. Olive Ave., Rm. 108 Fresno, CA 93727 (559) 454-3602 • Fax: (559) 251-4277 julie.tone@att.com www.att.com Conifer Communications, Inc. 18665 Jamestown Rd. | Jamestown, CA 95327 (866) 378-8373 • Fax: (209) 532-5829 dharris@conifercom.net www.conifercommunications.com Mother Lode Internet 197-A Mono Way | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 536-5800 • Fax: (209) 532-7941 jessica@mlode.net www.motherlodeinternet.com Verizon 1065 Mono Way | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 694-0374 • Fax: (209) 694-0296 erin.o’hare@verizonwireless.com www.verizonwireless.com

Title Insurance Yosemite Title Company 208 S. Washington St. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-8174 • Fax: (209) 532-2623 jkerns@yotitle.com www.yotitle.com

Tobacco Products/Equipment

Seniority Lifecare at Home 301 S. Shepherd St. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-4500 • Fax: (209) 532-4505 debbie@senioritylifecare.com www.senioritylifecare.com

Frosted Vapors 14673 Mono Way | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-8273 frostedvapors@yahoo.com www.frostedvapors.com

Skyline Place 12877 Sylva Ln. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 588-0373 • Fax: (209) 588-0736 marketing@skylineplace.net www.skylineplace.net

Sonora Smoke Shop 13759 Mono Way, Ste. A-2 | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 536-6220 • Fax: (209) 536-6221 sonorasmoke@hotmail.com

Skin Care Resolutions Skin Care & Laser Spa 940 Sylva Ln., Ste. D-2 | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-7551 • Fax: (209) 532-7540 http://resolutionsskincare.com

Storage All County Self Storage 17430 High School Rd. | Jamestown, CA 95327 (209) 984-2052 • Fax: (209) 984-2148 allcountyselfstorage@gmail.com www.allcountyselfstorage.com Mr. Stor-All 20828 Longeway Rd. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-2022 • Fax: (209) 533-1846 info@sonoraselfstorage.com www.sonoraselfstorage.com Standard Storage, LLC 18970 Waylon Way | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 694-8905 • Fax: (209) 532-4190 storage@stdstorage.com www.stdstorage.com

Surveying & Engineering Land & Structure 105 S. Stewart St. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-5173 • Fax: (209) 532-5220 frontdesk@landstruc.com www.landstruc.com

Utilities

Water Services

Pacific Gas & Electric 14550 Tuolumne Rd. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-6060 • Fax: (209) 533-6035 randall.herbst@pge.com www.pge.com

GoGreywater! 115 Bradford Ave. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 694-7023 pkampa@kampacs.com http://gogreywater.com

Tuolumne Utilities District 18885 Nugget Blvd. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-5536 • Fax: (209) 536-6485 lisaw@tudwater.com www.tudwater.com

Jatco Water Systems 20005 Hwy. 108 | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 588-9741 • Fax: (209) 588-0129 smilyfacejanis@juno.com http://jatcowatersystems.com

Turlock Irrigation District 333 E. Canal Dr. | Turlock, CA 95380-3946 (209) 883-8530 • Fax: (209) 656-2143 mareimers@tid.org www.tid.com

Mountain Oasis Purified Water 14216 Tuolumne Rd., #2 | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-9000 • Fax: (209) 533-1326 mountainoasis@mlode.com

Veterinary Hospital Tuolumne Veterinary Hospital 15107 Tuolumne Rd. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 532-0129

Vineyard Rodefers Vineyard 10366 Horseshoe Bend Rd. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 559-9063 • Fax: (209) 533-5061 krodefer@aol.com

Visitors Bureau Tuolumne County Visitors Bureau 542 Stockton St. P.O. Box 4020 Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-4420 • Fax: (209) 533-0956 lisa@gotuolumne.com www.tcvb.com

Wineries/Tasting Room Cedar Ridge Apple Ranch/Indigeny Reserve 14951 Sena Ln. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 533-1878 • Fax: (209) 532-2727 www.indigenyreserve.com Gianelli Vineyards & Winery 18158 Main St. | Jamestown, CA 95327 (209) 481-1541 lgianelli@hub3.net www.gianellivineyards.com Inner Sanctum Cellars 18204 Main St. | Jamestown, CA 95327 (800) 750-5919 • Fax: (209) 536-1966 info@innersanctumcellars.com www.innersanctumcellars.com

Transportation/Charter Linkline Transit 21001 Phoenix Lake Rd. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 694-8747 • Fax: (209) 588-9178 www.linklinecharter.com Mother Lode Adventures Charter Services 23184 Mark Twain Dr. | Twain Harte, CA 95383 (209) 677-3183 • Fax: (209) 677-3664 ks@mlacharters.com info@mlacharters.com www.mlacharters.com Storer Coachways 3519 McDonald Ave. | Modesto, CA 95358 (209) 521-8250 • Fax: (209) 578-4888 www.storercoachways.com

Travel Agencies Chamber Discoveries 1300 E. Shaw Ave., Ste. 127 Fresno, CA 93710 (559) 244-6600 • Fax: (559) 244-0316 choward@chamberdiscoveries.com www.chamberdiscoveries.com Eden Quest Travel 20598 Meadow Brook Ave. | Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 768-6007 shelley@edenquesttravel.com www.edenquesttravel.ccm Let’s Go! Travel 1257 Sanguinetti Rd., #230 Sonora, CA 95370 (209) 743-2030 • Fax: (209) 533-1103 letsgo296@gmail.com www.letsgotravel.cc

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Advertiser Index 4th DMC — Brandon Russell..........................................................................25

McCurley’s National Flooring & Window Coverings ....................................17

Angels Camp Prompt Care / Indian Rock Prompt Care ................................19

Middleton’s .....................................................................................................17

Avalon Care Center ........................................................................................40

Morelia Mexican Restaurant .........................................................................11

Best Western Plus Sonora Oaks Hotel & Conference Center ...................9, 39

Mother Lode Answering Service ...................................................................25

Black Oak Casino Resort ................................................................................10

Oak Valley Community Bank .........................................................................25

Caldwell Insurance Services, Inc. .....................................................................7

Pinecrest Chalet ..............................................................................................11

Columbia College .............................................................................................2

Resolutions Skin Care & Laser Spa.................................................................21

Cost U Less ........................................................................................................4

Sierra Motors ..................................................................................................24

Donaldson Eye Care .......................................................................................21

Sierra Vista Optometry ..................................................................................20

Gianelli Vineyards ..........................................................................................14

Sol y Breath.....................................................................................................21

Hurst Ranch Supply ........................................................................................14

Sonora Insurance Agency ..............................................................................25

Indigeny Reserve ............................................................................................15

Sonora Lumber — Ace Hardware....................................................................3

Infant Child Enrichment Services...................................................................21

Tuolumne County Association of Realtors ....................................................17

Inner Sanctum Cellars ....................................................................................25

Tuolumne County Superintendent of Schools Office...................................23

Inns of California Sonora ...........................................................................9, 39

Tuolumne County Transit ...............................................................................28

JS West Propane Gas ......................................................................................17

Tuolumne County Visitors Bureau.................................................................11

The Junction Shopping Center ........................................................................5

W. H. Breshears, Inc. .........................................................................................7

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AVALON CARE CENTER - Sonora is Tuolumne County’s premier provider of short-term rehabilitation, skilled nursing and long-term care. Our care team works together to help create and maintain a nurturing environment where individuality is promoted and dignity is preserved. We offer specialized care services for our patients such as: • Dedicated short-term rehabilitation unit with private and semi-private patient suites • 24-Hour Nursing Care • Physical, Occupational & Speech Therapy, up to 7 days per week • Restorative Therapy

• Patient & Family Support Services • Wound Care Treatment • Memory Care • In-house Insurance Specialist & Case Manager • Outpatient Therapy

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