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  • Trunk or Treat!

    Come join the fun on Mission Street!

    Halloween Night

    Where?  In front of The San Miguel Mercantile,

    The Coffee Station, the Laundry,

    Hair &Nails, the Post Office

    and Jackson’s Old and New

    Time?      5:00 to 6:30 PM

    The Lillian Larsen School PTO will Award The BEST DECORATED CARS!

    Bring your classic car, tractor or even the family sedan decorated in the Harvest/Halloween theme for this fun event.

    Contestants in Trunk or Treat will back into a parking space and provide treats to our community Trick or Treaters. Judging of vehicles takes place at 6 PM.

    There will be FIVE $20 Gift Certificates for best decorated/themed vehicles. For more information call Lillian Larsen School at Ext. 201 (805) 467-3216





    San Miguel Joint Union School District  information School Board Meetings

    The community is invited to attend School Board meetings and provide input to the Board's discussion. Regular meetings are usually held on the second Thursday, adjusted for holidays or special circumstances.  For the most current information, call the Superintendent's Office at (805) 467-3216, ext. 203.  Meeting location varies and is listed on each meeting agenda.

    Agenda materials are published on our district website, www.sanmiguelschools.org, and you may access the Board Packet at the following link: http://www.sanmiguelschools.org/governing-board.html

    OPEN SESSION BEGINS AT 6:00 P.M. IMMEDIATELY ADJOURNING TO CLOSED SESSION WITH THE REGULAR OPEN MEETING RESUMING FOR THE GENERAL PUBLIC AT 6:30 P.M. UNLESS OTHERWISE POSTED ON THE MEETING AGENDA. The agenda is available on Friday prior to each meeting. Minutes are available after they have been approved by the Board, which is usually done at the following meeting.  






    San Miguel Firefighters have returned after assisting with the King Fire in Northern California.
    Advance slides using arrow at bottom of slides.



    San Miguel  Advisory Council  next meeting Nov 19,    7 pm @ Community Center   Public Reports,  Council Reports, Community Reports, County Planning Report,


     

    San Miguel CSD change of regular meetings for Nov. and December due to Holiday confllict. November meeting will be Monday, Nov. 24.  December meeting will be Thursday, Dec. 18.  January will be back to regular meeting schedule, fourth Thurs. of the month.


    Mission San Antonio de Padua  
    Day of the Dead Mass & 
    Praise Song for Native American Hero 
     NU NA DA UL TSUN YI
    Saturday, October 25   All Souls Mass  honoring Salinan Ancestors beginning @ 1 pm.
    3:30 Praise Song for Native American Hero


    San Miguel Resource Connection Quarterly Meeting,  Wed. OCT. 29 at CSD meeting room.  All are welcome to get involved.   Focus on San Miguel History Project and Discover San Miguel


     

    Upcoming Elections candidate statements: In an effort to provide you with some information to help you know who the candidates are in the upcoming elections for San Miguel, I have sent emails to each candidate for the SMCSD Directors and School Board Candidates asking them to share some information about themselves for use on this website regarding who they are and what their interest are in the CSD or the School Board for which they are candidates. Although a few have not responded even with repeated requests, all candidates are listed with responses for those who have responded thus far. If the others respond, I will add those responses as received. Below is the presentation of their statements. Please click on the arrow below slides to advance to the next slide. If you have any problems reading it, please let me know; 2011SMRC@gmail.com.
     

    Next Planning meeting for Christmas Parade, Nov 4, 10
    am at the Coffee Station.  Anyone willing to help is welcome!

    Please join the Almond Country Quilters’ Guild for their Nov. meeting  


    Date: Monday,  Nov.4 , 2014

    Location: Trinity Lutheran Church, 940 Creston Rd., Paso Robles, Ca.

    Social Time begins at 6:30 pm  Cost: Free  This month’s meeting program is about Modern Quilting. The evening should be very educational with Kay Porckzac, from Picking Daisies in SLO, and Lynn Browning Douglas, a long time quilter and modern quilting enthusiast. There will be a slideshow presentation and trunk show

     
    For further information about the guild, check out our website www.almondcountryquilters.org.

    2014 Holiday Charity Quilt Auction presented by the Almond Country Quilters' Guild   will benefit P.R. Children's Museum and Loaves and Fishes.   Many beautiful  hand made quilted items available  Saturday, November 8, 2014 at Trinity Lutheran Church in Paso. The quilt preview and the silent auction will begin at 6:00 pm with refreshments and raffle prizes. The live auction, with auctioneer Rick Muscio, will start at 7:00 pmPlease bring an unwrapped toy for Toys for Tots and non-perishable food  for Food 


    Larsen School will be recognizing Veteran's Day    
    and honoring local veterans at 8:15  N0v. 7 in the main quad of the school.  If you are a veteran, please join us at this important event.  We would appreciate it if you would contact the school with your name, branch of service and years served prior to November 7th so we can appropriately honor you at the event. If you know a veteran, please let them know.
    To find out how you can help the school by saving BOXTOPS for them click on the link to Lillian Larsen School News & updates on left menu bar.

     


    Be involved in helping your community.  Come and lend a hand.  
    Next downtown 
    Landscape Workday
    Sat. Nov. 8
    th                 8:30- 10:30 am
              

      WE will again need your help --bring tools for garden work in downtown landscape .  Meet at the Coffee Station  or look for the bright yellow vested helpers along Mission St.
    "Many hands make light work!"  More hands are appreciated.
         Questions, See Mike at the Mercantile


    History Project  IF you know where the BBQ pits are located in the San Miguel Park, you might be interested in this .

    It is a parsonage and church that were located in that approximate location before the school  took over that area.  All compliments of Thelma Negley Sinclair family files. Her notes also say that it is believed to be a Congregational Church and parsonage, taken in late 1890's.

    Be sure to check out the posts on the history discussion board after last posting.  You may have input to add or you may find some information
     about where you live  or lived in town.






    San Miguel Senior Citizens hosts bi-monthly bingo at the Senior Center on East 12th St.
      Bingo the 2nd and 4th Friday
    except for 4th Fridays in Nov. & Dec.   They invite all interested adults to join in.  Doors open at 6 pm. They play 10 games at  only 50 cents per card and you can enjoy refreshment while you play.  Also, once a month they host a Sunday morning Pancake Breakfast from 8:30-11:30. Scheduled on the last Sunday of each month, the next breakfast will be Sept 28.










     Downtown
     Bench Fund
      Half of the benches have been adopted. If you want one, time is growing short,
    consider making a donation/application
    for 'Adopt a Bench'.
    San Miguel 
    Chamber of Commerce is asking for individuals, 
    groups, organizations, and businesses to make a donation
    of any
    amount to contribute to the project or Adopt a Bench by donating at least $200 to the FUND. If you adopt a bench, it can be done as a memorial to someone , a family or business. We're hoping everyone will want to get involved and do what they can to improve the community.  They already have 3 benches adopted. First one is
    dedicated  in memory of Kay Jarvis
     in front of the Coffee Station.  The second, dedicated
    in memory of  Chick Wimer, is located just north of Post Office. The third is in memory of C.J. Buckman and Joe Witcosky and is in front of The Ranch. The Chamber is appreciative of these  beginning adoptions and look forward to more.  See Mike at the Mercantile if you are interested or want to know more.  more info? please email Mike  MichaelJ.Sanders9@gmail.com
                 












        • 2nd Annual

          CALEDONIA DAYS

          Presented by Friends of Adobes, Inc. and Native Sons of the Golden West--San Miguel Parlor # 150.

          Caledonia Day, 2014



          San Miguel Fi

          refighter

          Association's 

          Clean up Day Returns

          scheduled for 8 am

  • WHAT WE WILL ACCEPT

    • Large household items such as furniture, mattresses ($10 fee for each), and generally things that won’t fit into your regular garbage can

    • Metal items such as washers, dryers, refrigerators, freezers, scrap metal of any kind

    • SMALL batteries &electronic items such as TV’s, VCR’s computers, monitors, stereos, etc.

    • Donations are appreciated to help cover dumping fees & so this event can continue. 

  • All donations should be addressed to :  SMFA Cleanup Committee

  • Thank you,

    San Miguel Firefighter Association's 

    Quarterly clean ups planned (dates to be determined) and  

    chipping will occur as needed.

     



      
      
     


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