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    APRIL 22---SMAC Meeting
    APRIL 24--- Community Bingo  at 
    Sr. Citizens
    APRIL 25--- Community Pancake Breakfast  at 
    Sr. Citizens 
    APRIL 30---CSD Mtg--Special Mtg (due to date change from normal mtg day) 

    May 5 ----Tamale or Enchilada Dinner at Lillian Larsen School
    May 8 -- Community Bingo at Sr. Center
    May 16 ---Beautify Downtown--helpers needed
    May 17 ---San Miguel's Park Expansion Update meeting
    May 22---Community Bingo at Sr. Center
    May 22,23---Cruise Night, Car show
    May 24 ---Community Pancake Breakfast at Sr. Center
    May 27---San Miguel Advisory Council mtg.
    May 28--- San Miguel CSD Mtg.

    Native Daughters present
    Quilt of Valor to local veteran!   
    Anthony Grajeda served in Iran, Afghanistan and Egypt from 1998-2007 before he was injured with shrapnel from an IUD.
      
     Anthony   was one of 8 
     who made it back out of 68 comrades.  Out of the 8, four have committed suicide and yet, Anthony says he would go back if they would let him. Before his very serious injuries and  lengthy recovery,  he was an interrogator connected to the Special Forces. As an interrogator, he learned to speak Arabic as well.  He has a wife and three children,
     works in Atascadero  and lives in San Miguel. 
    His supportive family attended the
     presentation as did his second grade 
    teacher, Mary Strobridge. 
     
     The quilt was made by  Native Daughte
    rs' sewin
    g committee, under the direction of Barbara Bruce.  San Miguel Native Daughters were honored to be able to present this Quilt of Valor to Anthony acknowledging and thanking him for his service to this country.

    Sagebrush Days 2015, remembrances

     Lillian Larsen Students will be selling tickets for our upcoming event

    Cinco de Mayo Dinner  Fundraiser 

    Tuesday, May 5, 2015       2:45-6:30 pm

    Take Out or Dine In          $8.00

    TAMALE DINNER                                                           ENCHILADA DINNER

    Chicken Tamales, Rice, Beans, Beverage    or     Chicken Enchiladas, Rice, Beans,  Beverage

    Tickets are available from 8th grade students or in school office.

    Thank you for supporting our school! 


    Plan to attend this year's San Miguel Car Show--May 22,23 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  Sorry, entry forms don't give you an address to  mail entries!Please mail entries to Mike Sanders at PO box 385   San Miguel, Ca. 


    San Miguel's Park Expansion Update:
    San Luis Obispo County Parks & Recreation is planning to expand San Miguel's park to include a multi-use sports field(s).  Please attend to discuss the new improvements. Sunday May 17, 1 pm to 3 pm at San Miguel Park.  Refreshments provided.
    La Expansión del Parque San Miguel--El departamento de los parques y la recreación del condado de San Luis Obispo esta planeando a expandir el parque San Miguel a incluir unos campos de deportes..  por favor venga a discutir esas mejoras con nosotros. Habra traducción al español y refrescos serán ofrecidos.  el domingo 17 de mayo 1 pm-3pm en el parque San Miguel

                                                                                              San Miguel Senior Citizens hosts
  •  Bi-monthly Bingo at Senior Center 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 Fire Dept. wants you to be aware of  Fire Danger as well as Upcoming  Weed Abatement Program
    Due to the abnormally dry conditions and the resulting extreme fire danger, weed abatement inspections will be earlier this year than last.   With Fire season starting early it is time to cut or disc weeds to protect your property and your neighbors property.   The fire chief will soon be issuing notices of  need to abate weeds for any property with weeds more than 3” tall.  The sooner you take care of your weeds the better.  Also, if you happen to be a contractor who does weed abatement and have an interest in contracting with the CSD for weed abatement, you can call the CSD office at 467-3388 for more information.


     






    SAN MIGUEL COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT update 

    by District Interim Manager,  Darrell Gentry 






      

    San Miguel  Advisory Council  next meeting May 20,    7 pm @ Community Center   Public Reports,  Council Reports, Community Reports, County Planning Report, Water Report














    San Miguel Joint Union School District 
     School Board Meetings  information

    Please note - This meeting is not on the regularly scheduled 2nd Thursday due to Spring Break--it will be on the third Thursday, 4/16/2015, at Cappy Culver Elementary School.

     the official posting is at the District Office at 1601 L Street, San Miguel, CA   93451.

    The board packet may be accessed at our district website -- Select District, Governing Board from the drop down menu and select the agenda and board packet you wish to view. 

    The link to the April 16, 2015 board packet:      http://www.sanmiguelschools.org/uploads/2/5/6/8/25689997/4.16.15_board_packet.pdf

    Thank you,

    Jan Brown

    Administrative Asst. to the Superintendent



    ANNUAL CAR SHOW AT CALEDONIA ADOBE
    It's that time again!  RIOS-CALEDONIA ADOBE CAR SHOW--Saturday, June 6 from 10 am to 3 pm at the the Rios-Caledonia Adobe, 700 South Mission Street in San Miguel. A FREE event with refreshments for sale, wine tasting, tours of he old adobe, a 50-50 drawing and live music from the balcony.  This year we plan to commemorate the 100 years of use for the old highway, paved in 1915.  The portion in front of the old adobe is ONE of only FOURTEEN pieces left in the State of California!  Come enjoy the day viewing the old Model A and Model T cars and help us celebrate in important event!


    History Project: 
    With fire season coming early again this year, decided to share a photo from a 1933 fire at the San Miguel Flouring Mill at north end of town.  It has been in operation since 1891.  It had a brick restraining wall in case of fire and that worked to protect the south end of the building. 
    Following the fire, the mill was rebuilt as a flat warehouse to store sacks.  A feed mill was installed to manufacture livestock feed and process and store grain instead of making flour.  

    Today the north end of the building that was added after the fire still manufactures livestock feed and stores grain.  The center section was torn town and changed .  The south end remains unchanged. 
     
     




    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


    San Miguel Girl Scouts Update

    Cookie sale season is officially over. We are happy to report that we made our goal.
    Which means we sold enough cookies to be self-sufficient for our next Girl Scout year
    and still have enough to pay 50% out of troop money to go to the Santa Cruz Boardwalk
    Camp for Girlscouts in October! We are so excited. Thank you to all that supported us!!!

    Thank you to all San Miguel residents who supported our Food drive! We are so glad and grateful to be able to give back with your help.

    Time is running away from us and our focus is on Kaleidoscope only. We know now how to have a proper outdoor Flag ceremony. We can read and use a city map, including knowing basic parts of a compass and taking a bearing. We also know now how to start a fire with a battery, steel wool and kindling. We concentrate now on setting up a campsite and tent. We also have some more detailed planning todo in regards of what we need to pack and which foods to take that do not require refrigeration. We are all a bit nervous about the challenge ahead but I am confident that the girls will do great!
     Picture below is some of the girls with Pastor from Lighthouse Church when we dropped off the food.


    Please jo

    in the Almond Country 

    Quilters’ Guild for their February meeting

    Date: 
    Monday,  May 4 , 2015

    Location:  

     Social Time begins at 6:30 pm  Cost: Free    

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    For further information about the guild, check out their website www.almondcountryquilters.org.
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    Mark your Calendar and plan to be a participant in helping keep  your community beautiful 
                          SATURDAY, MAY 16



    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


















































              • San Miguel Fi

                refighters

                Association's

                next Clean up Day

                0n June 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 $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 Association Volunteers

          and San

          Miguel Garbage Co. for all your efforts in making this event possible!





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