Jul
6
Fri
2018
BOOKMOBILE RETURNS Tickets
Jul 6 all-day

We are happy to announce that the Kern River Valley Bookmobile is resuming its Friday route this week!

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Rotary KRV Club Meeting @ Ewing's On The Kern Tickets
Jul 6 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

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Rotary Club of Kern River Valley meets four times a month for a LUNCH meeting at the Ewing’s on the Kern, 125 Buena Vista Drive, Kernville.
(The Rotary Club of Kern River Valley was founded in 1962 at Ewing’s on the Kern)
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INFO: Richard Rowe, 2015/16 president (760) 333 4561 president@rotarykrv.org https://www.facebook.com/groups/RotaryKRV/ www.rotarykrv.org

Our club has about 25 members. Through our membership in Rotary International, we join with 1.2 million neighbors, friends, and community leaders who come together to create positive, lasting change in our communities and around the world.

Our differing occupations, cultures, and countries give us a unique perspective. Our shared passion for service helps us accomplish the remarkable.

WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT?

Our distinct point of view and approach gives us unique advantages:

  • We see differently: Our multidisciplinary perspective helps us see challenges in unique ways.
  • We think differently: We apply leadership and expertise to social issues—and find unique solutions.
  • We act responsibly: Our passion and perseverance create lasting change.
  • We make a difference at home and around the world: Our members can be found in your community and across the globe.

HOW DO WE WORK?

Our impact starts with our members—people who work tirelessly with their clubs to solve some of our communities’ toughest challenges. Their efforts are supported by Rotary International, our member association, and The Rotary Foundation, which turns generous donations into grants that fund the work of our members and partners around the world. Rotary is led by our members—responsible leaders who help to carry forward our organization’s mission and values in their elected roles.

HOW DID WE GET HERE?

We’ve been making history and bringing our world closer together for over 100 years. Since forming in 1905, we’ve taken on some of the world’s toughest challenges and helped a wide range of international and service organizations—from the UN to Easter Seals—get started.

HOW DO WE USE OUR FUNDS?

Responsible leadership means more than just doing good work—it means making the most out of every donation we receive.

WHAT CAUSES DO WE SUPPORT?

We have identified specific causes to target to maximize our local and global impact. At the same time, we understand that each community has its own unique needs and concerns. Through our network of resources and partners, we help clubs focus their service efforts in promoting peace, fighting disease, providing clean water, saving mothers and children, supporting education, and growing local economies.

Jul
7
Sat
2018
SOUTH FORK BINGO @ South Fork Womans Club Tickets
Jul 7 @ 10:30 am – 4:30 pm

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Saturdays: 10:30am to 3:30pm

SOUTH FORK WOMAN’S CLUB BINGO

100+ year old South Fork Woman’s Club Doors open at 10:30 & games start at noon. They are finished between 3:30 & 4pm. The cost is $3 for the early bird packs. $20 for the big game packs & $5 for every pack after the first one. There are other special games if you want to play them & they are $1 each. We do serve sandwiches, salads, chips & snacks. Come join us. South Fork Woman’s Club,  MAP http://binged.it/1fXGMVY. INFO: (760) 378-3669 shellyddd@yahoo.com

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Jul
10
Tue
2018
BOOK SALE @ Kern River Valley Branch Library,Community Room Tickets
Jul 10 @ 11:00 am – Jul 11 @ 7:00 pm

 WHAT:  FOL Sneak Preview & Book Sale

WHEN:  FOL SNEAK PREVIEW presale, Monday, February 12, 2018 from 4-6 p.m. and,

Regular Book Sale, 2nd Tuesday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

WHERE:  Kern River Valley Branch Library – Community Room, 7054 Lake Isabella Bl., Lake Isabella

The Friends of the Library Sneak Preview Book Sale will be the 2nd Monday of the month from 4-6 p.m. at the Lake Isabella Library, followed by the Regular Book Sale on the second Tuesday of each month, from 11 a.m. – 7 p.m., in the Community Room of the Main Library in Lake Isabella.

Come by after work and pick a book or two (or seven, treat your self).  Get a sneak peak!

All monies from the sales are used for your local libraries.

For more information, call 760-549-2083.

 

 

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Jul
11
Wed
2018
BOOKMOBILE Tickets
Jul 11 all-day

Do you live out in the Weldon/Onyx area? Did you know that the bookmobile is out in that area on Wednesdays?
If you have a library card and dont want to travel to town, we would love to see you.

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The bookmobile stops at:
Weldon Post Office 10:30 – 11:30
Onyx Post Office 12-1pm
Pauls Place 2-3pm
Longview Track 3:30-4:30pm

SENIOR CENTER BINGO @ Kern River Senior Building Room 1 Tickets
Jul 11 @ 1:00 pm – 4:52 pm
SENIOR CENTER BINGO @ Kern River Senior Building Room 1 | Lake Isabella | California | United States

Every Wednesday: 1pm

KRV SENIOR CITIZENS BINGO

Following the Senior Nutrition Lunch at the Kern Valley Senior Center, 6405 Lake Isabella Boulevard, Lake Isabella MAP http://g.co/maps/jjmv8. Profits from the Bingo goes to the Kern River Valley Senior Citizens Inc (KRVSC Inc.) to help provide services to KRV Seniors at the KRV Senior Center. INFO Gregg De Santis (760) 417-0313 gdesantis@mchsi.com. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Kern-River-Valley-Senior-Citizens-Inc

Jul
12
Thu
2018
Exchange Club Meeting @ Paradise Cove Lodge Tickets
Jul 12 @ 12:15 pm – 1:30 pm

The Kern Valley Exchange Club was chartered on December 12th, 1973 in Lake Isabella, California.

FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/KernValleyExchangeClub

  • The Kern Valley Exchange Club is part of the National Exchange Club, an organization comprised of over 1,000 clubs throughout the United States and Puerto Rico. As America’s Premier Service Club, Exchange strives to promote three core values: Family, Community and Country and is committed to one national project, the Prevention of Child Abuse. Kern Valley Exchange Club is one of the strongest clubs in the California-Nevada Exchange Club District. With 70 members strong, we raise thousands of dollars each year for scholarships, youth oriented programs and community service related programs through a variety of fundraisers including our annual Rubber Duck Races. Exchange meets every Thursday at Noon at Paradise Cove Lodge in Lake Isabella, Calif. If a Thursday falls on a national holiday, the club meetings are usually dark. 

    Kern Valley Exchange Club 2015-2016 Board of Directors and Officers:
    Ron Smith – President
    Ross Elliott – Vice President/President-Elect
    Pam Smith – Secretary
    Judy Dempsey – Treasurer
    John Blythe – Immediate Past President

    Board of Directors:
    Joe Ciriello, Judy Hyatt, Arlene Jones, Faith Morrison, Marsha Smith, Pat Turnham

    California-Nevada District Exchange Club:

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    Faith Morrison – California-Nevada Exchange Club District Director for Division 7
    John Blythe – California-Nevada Exchange Club District President

 

 

Kern Valley Chorus-Rehearsal @ Lake Isabella Community Room Tickets
Jul 12 @ 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm

The Kern Valley Chorus is a woman’s non-profit organization with a 43 year history in the Kern River Valley.  We currently rehearse every Thursday at 6:30PM.  We are always looking for new ladies to join the group! Our singers ages range from classic to contemporary! Stop on by to say hello!11262999_897129773681443_6577671768558375934_n

Jul
13
Fri
2018
BOOKMOBILE RETURNS Tickets
Jul 13 all-day

We are happy to announce that the Kern River Valley Bookmobile is resuming its Friday route this week!

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Rotary KRV Club Meeting @ Ewing's On The Kern Tickets
Jul 13 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

2015-16 ROTARY KRV LOGO

Rotary Club of Kern River Valley meets four times a month for a breakfast meeting at the Ewing’s on the Kern, 125 Buena Vista Drive, Kernville.
(The Rotary Club of Kern River Valley was founded in 1962 at Ewing’s on the Kern)
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INFO: Richard Rowe, 2015/16 president (760) 333 4561 president@rotarykrv.org https://www.facebook.com/groups/RotaryKRV/ www.rotarykrv.org

Our club has about 25 members. Through our membership in Rotary International, we join with 1.2 million neighbors, friends, and community leaders who come together to create positive, lasting change in our communities and around the world.

Our differing occupations, cultures, and countries give us a unique perspective. Our shared passion for service helps us accomplish the remarkable.

WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT?

Our distinct point of view and approach gives us unique advantages:

  • We see differently: Our multidisciplinary perspective helps us see challenges in unique ways.
  • We think differently: We apply leadership and expertise to social issues—and find unique solutions.
  • We act responsibly: Our passion and perseverance create lasting change.
  • We make a difference at home and around the world: Our members can be found in your community and across the globe.

HOW DO WE WORK?

Our impact starts with our members—people who work tirelessly with their clubs to solve some of our communities’ toughest challenges. Their efforts are supported by Rotary International, our member association, and The Rotary Foundation, which turns generous donations into grants that fund the work of our members and partners around the world. Rotary is led by our members—responsible leaders who help to carry forward our organization’s mission and values in their elected roles.

HOW DID WE GET HERE?

We’ve been making history and bringing our world closer together for over 100 years. Since forming in 1905, we’ve taken on some of the world’s toughest challenges and helped a wide range of international and service organizations—from the UN to Easter Seals—get started.

HOW DO WE USE OUR FUNDS?

Responsible leadership means more than just doing good work—it means making the most out of every donation we receive.

WHAT CAUSES DO WE SUPPORT?

We have identified specific causes to target to maximize our local and global impact. At the same time, we understand that each community has its own unique needs and concerns. Through our network of resources and partners, we help clubs focus their service efforts in promoting peace, fighting disease, providing clean water, saving mothers and children, supporting education, and growing local economies.