Play bimonthly bingo Friday evening at 6:30 at the San Miguel Senior Center. Cards are only 50 cents; they play 10 games.
It is inexpensive, fun and you’re in good company. Refreshments are served. This Sunday morning from 8 to 11 a.m., come back to enjoy a delicious pancake breakfast with eggs, sausage, orange juice and coffee for only $6. The Senior Center is on the east side of town at 601 12th St. off of N Street. See you there!
Sagebrush Days was a lot of fun. A large crowd gathered to enjoy the parade, good food and shopping.
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Parade winners include Jay the Juggler, overall winner; the San Miguel Fire Bucket Brigade with their 1910 Laddy Truck, vehicle/single; Estrella Warbirds, vehicle/group; Sheriff’s Posse, mounted group; San Miguel Preschool, marching/walking group; Lillian Larsen Hornets, other. The best apple pie in the delectable competition was made by Kathy Shuder.
More than coffee
The Coffee Station is now the San Miguel Coffee Station and Grill. New owners Martin and Victoria Griffen added “The Best Tri-Tip in Town” and other grilled goods to their menu.
As part of his 25 years in culinary arts, which includes bakery experience, Martin served as chef at the Hyatt Lone Eagle Grill in Lake Tahoe. Stop and get acquainted over coffee and a meal.
Father Reginald Park next to the Mission is looking really good. It is cared for by the Native Sons of the Golden West, generally in the person of Craig Rambo.
Father Reginald McDonough served at the Mission for more than 30 years, and as a native of San Francisco, he was a charter member of the current San Miguel Parlor #150.
The organization works to preserve California history and also has a mission to help children with cleft palates. Members of the Native Sons and the Native Daughters of the Golden West carried a huge California Flag in the Sagebrush Days Parade.
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