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  • Support the future of San Miguel Youth
    The Lynda Stamps Community  Scholarship was established in 1998 to benefit San Miguel youth.  For the last fifteen years, they have awarded an annual $1,00 scholarship to a Lillian Larsen alumnus graduating from Paso Robles High School.  We depend on donations from community clubs, businesses and individuals to make this scholarship possible.  If you would like to make a donation to support San Miguel youth, please email L.S.CommunityScholarships@gmail.com or call Susan Johnson at (805) 423-4846

    Lions Fish Fries are Back!
    San Miguel Lions Club will return with their famous fish Fry Friday Nights  through April 3rd, 2015    4-7 pm  at the San Miguel Community Center, 253 13th St.
    They ask all to please join them for their Fish Fries where you can dine in and catch up with old friends or take it home to enjoy.  
    Dinners are $12.00 which includes fish, french fries, cole slaw, a drink, and an ice cream cup.
    For more information, please call Lion Pug at (805) 459-4722 or Lion Terry at (805)459-4722.


    Pasta Dinner March 4
    at San Miguel Community Center  6-8 PM 
    On Wednesday, March 4th, there will be a Pasta Dinner/Fundraiser to help the Poor Clares of Santa Anita, Mexico raise funds to build their chapel.  The Poor Clares are a contemplative order of nuns in the Catholic Church, founded by the Saints Clare of Assisi and Frances of Assisi.
    The Pasta Dinner, which includes spaghetti, salad, bread, beverage, and dessert is just $10.  You may dine in or take out is available.
    The Fundraiser is being made possible by the support of the San Miguel Lions Club.  For pre-tickets or information, please call Monica at (805) 674-2968.


    Plan to be in the San Miguel 

    Sagebrush Days Parade and/or participate in the Peddler's Faire:  Save the date--April 18th, parade at 11 am, Peddler's Faire  8am-4 pm.  Entry forms:  parade   peddler's faire

    Plan to bake your favorite apple pie for the contest at the Country Diner, enjoy the Native Sons Dutch ovens, Lions Club Barbecue, Matt Nino's Music and maybe win the Chicken Patty Bingo.

    Be a part of San Miguel Parade Day Planning:  Next meeting Monday, Mar. 9,   7 pm  at the CSD board room.  This is an  open invitation to community organizations and individuals  encouraging  all to take part in the Parade Planning:
    We  enthusiastically invite all  with an interest to get involved in the planning.  
      If you, or your organization have an interest, we encourage you to attend..  If you are interested but unable to attend at this time, please contact us so we can be sure to include you.

    We look forward to everyone working together on these parades for the betterment of the community of San Miguel.

    contact  Mike Sanders  712-9120  michaelj.sanders9@gmail.com or Laverne 2011SMRC@gmail.com



    SAN MIGUEL COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT update 

    by District Interim Manager,  Darrell Gentry 

    Board Meeting Actions

    The February CSD Regular Board meeting was again a full agenda.  The Board decided to fill the current vacancy by appointing a person rather than calling for a special election which could have cost an estimated $16,000 or more. 

    The Board will conduct interviews of interested persons at a special board meeting.  Person interested in being considered should file a letter of interest stating their qualifications for the Board vacancy. The Board will interview all candidates at a Special Meeting that will be advertised and noticed as required by law.      link to public notice of vacancy

    Notice of this vacancy will also be posted on the District’s website, at District office, the Post Office and other key locations.  Letters of Interest should be filed at the District office, 1150 Mission Street, no later than 4:00 pm, March 12th.   If interested or have questions, please contact the District General Manager prior to deadline on March 12th.

    Board also approved key policy statements related to financial investment and reserves.  The next Regular Board meeting is set for Thursday, March 26th 7:00 pm.   

    Other CSD News & Happenings

    Water leaks and losses are costly!!!  Did you know that a leaky toilet can result in a loss of 30 units of water overnight!!  Such losses are costly to affected customers but are quickly fixed.  The District has toilet leak detection tablets for free!!  If you suspect that you have a toilet leak, come into District office and get a leak detection tablet.  See Tamara at front desk.

    Congratulations to Lions Club organization for solving their leak which caused a loss of 34 units of drinking water.  34 units of water are equal to 25,432 gallons or about the same as an average residence swimming pool, 20 ft x 30 ft with 5 foot depth that equals 22,500 gallons.                   So Thanks Lions Club for your quick fix!!!

    California is in a severe drought that may continue for the future.  Californians need to conserve water and reduce water uses wherever possible. 


    Ashley Coates, Former Lillian Larsen Student places in Lions Club Speakers Contest

      Paso Robles Lions Club recently held a High School Student Speakers Contest on the topic of  "Water Conservation--How Can We Reduce, Recycle and Reclaim?"

    Ashley Coates and Mason Hargrave will move on to the next level.  Congratulations!


    Lillian Larsen School wants your Help at their Community Garden  Celebration & Workday on  Saturday, March 21st  8-11  Potluck to follow  at Lillian Larsen School behind the gymnasium. Be a part of beautifying the school gardens 

    Volunteer students (accompanied by parent), parents and community members needed to clean up the area around the gardens and orchard areas.

    Please bring your work gloves, shovels, rakes, wheelbarrows, lawn mower, drinking water and anything else you think we may need. 

    Please join us with the clean up and maintenance of the edible, educational garden for growing and continued use.


  • Kindergarten Registration time at Lillian Larsen School       If you have a child who will be eligible for Kindergarten or Transitional Kindergarten, please come by the school office to pick up a registration packet.  We offer an awesome full-day Kindergarten and an impressive half-day Transitional Kindergarten program with the opportunity for afternoon childcare. Parent tours and information sessions will be offered in March.  Sign up to see our amazing students and staff in action. Community members are also encouraged to tell their neighbors and friends about registering for kindergarten and to sign up to come tour Lillian Larsen Elementary, Home of the Hornets! more information and Spanish information




  • The Sheriff's Town Hall Meeting for San Miguel is scheduled for Monday, March 23 from 6-8 pm at the Mission Parish Hall
    , 775 L St.

    An opportunity to express some of your concerns about law enforcement in San Miguel


    San Miguel  Advisory Council  next meeting March 25,    7 pm @ Community Center   Public Reports,  Council Reports, Community Reports, County Planning Report,














    San Miguel Joint Union School District 
     School Board Meetings  information


    History Project: 
    With the Sagebrush Days just around the corner, thought you might be interested in    "The DAILY PRESS" newspaper article from 1991  regarding the first Sagebrush Day held in San Miguel.
    Photo, compliments of San Miguel Senior Citizens from newspaper article about first Sagebrush Days.  Photo is of Seniors entry in parade.  
    Be sure to use the magnifier tool to enlarge for better viewing.



    If you have any old photos or information about San Miguel's past that you would be willing to share with us, we'd  love to hear from you.  2011SMRC@gmail.com.  Be sure to check out the posts on the history discussion board  You may have input to add or you may find some about where you live  or lived in town



    Plan to attend this year's San Miguel Car Show

    This year it is scheduled for Friday and 

    Saturday, May 22,23 in downtown San Miguel. 

     Plan to bring your prize vehicle and join the fun.  

    Application/ entry forms will be available soon.


                                                                                                      San Miguel Senior Citizens hosts

     Bi-monthly Bingo at the Senior Center on East 12th St.  
    Bingo the 2nd and 4th Friday  
    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,  


    San Miguel Girl Scouts Update


    Girl Scouts of San Miguel would like to shout out a big "Thank you!" to San Miguel Lions Club and Jodi T. for taking us Ice Skating in January. We had a blast and enjoyed having Instructors present who helped better our skills. Again thank you so very much. We had a lot of fun that day. 
    We worked diligently on Thinking day, learned a lot about Denmark and represented our results on Feb. 22nd. We earned our Painting and Drawing badge. We picked 4 challenges to compete in Kaleidoscope and are almost done with our Banner. We picked a sailboat on the ocean, as our logo to fall in line with the theme of Kaleidoscope "Sea of dreams".

    Cookie sales are still on and we are had great support from all folks in San Miguel.If you have not had your share yet, or are already out, there is still 2 weeks time before the season is over.So come find a Girl Scout near you, and I promise you she will get you cookies.

    March will be extremely busy. We will partake in a local Food Drive.Please look out for plastic bags on your front door around March 7th and 8th. We will pick up the Goods and deliver them to Lighthouse church in San Miguel on March 14th,to help stock their Food pantry.

    March 7th, we will celebrate the Girl Scout Birthday, here in San Miguel Community Center.We invite every Girl who is interested in checking us out. (more Info on attached Flyer) March 15th we will go to an Gardening event as part of our Junior Co-Op. March 22nd we will participate in an Outdoor skill day in preparation of Kaleidoscope.  All that in addition to earning Cookie Business Badges and practicing skills for Kaleidoscope.




    Please jo

    in the Almond Country 

    Quilters’ Guild for their February meeting


    Date: Monday,  Mar. 2 , 2015

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

    Social Time begins at 6:30 pm  Cost: Free   

     

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

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  • Lillian Larsen School will celebrate Dr. Seuss' birthday on Monday, March 2.

    Students in Grades K - 5 will enjoy a morning of guest readers who will read a vast variety of stories to them.  Every 20 minutes, students will have a new reader.  The activities will begin at 8:45 and end at 11:40.    

    Read Across America 

    You're never too old, too wacky, too wild,
    To pick up a book and read with a child.
    You're never too busy, too cool, or too hot,
    To pick up a book and share what you've got.

    In schools and communities,
    Let's gather around,
    Let's pick up a book,
    Let's pass it around.
    There are kids all around you,

    Kids who will need
    Someone to hug,
    Someone to read.
    Come join us March 2nd
    Your own special way
    And make this America's
    Read to Kids Day.






        • San Miguel Fi

          refighters

          Association's

          next Clean up Day

          in April at CSD 8 am-- 'til full

          Please be aware that this is only for San Miguel residents and Your donations are needed in order to keep this program going. It costs at $350 or more each time for dumping fees.

  • 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 The Garbage Company donates their service as the Firefighters donate their time for the clean up days, but they have to pay a $350 dump fee plus $10 per mattress, so your generous donations are needed to insure that this event continues.

  • All donations should be addressed to :  SMFA Cleanup Committee

  • Thank you,

    San Miguel Firefighters




























     




    If you like to see our downtown area continue looking good,  come help us with keeping up on the weeding.
    next downtown 
    Landscape Workday   
     May 
    14   8:30-10:30
    bring your hand tools and gloves and meet us downtown 
     


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