Starting with signups at 9 a.m. April 6, the Antelope Valley Lions Club will be holding their 13th annual Cow Pasture Golf Tournament at the Giorgi Ranch on Topaz Lane. This is such a fun event held yearly to benefit the Lions Scholarship Fund for Coleville High School grads. The cost for pasture golf and a delicious barbeque lunch is $30. Lunch only is $15. Prizes are awarded to the top three teams, and there are loads of great raffle prizes to win. This is really a “don’t miss” event.
St. Patrick’s buffet
The Beta Sigma Phi sorority is holding a buffet at the Community Building in Walker this Saturday, from 5 to 7 p.m. They will be serving corned beef, short ribs, several side dishes, and desserts for only $12 for adults and $5 for children 10 and younger. There will also be a no-host bar by the Lions Club. They will also have many raffle prizes, with the grand prize being a $500 Visa gift card. Their proceeds also go to the Coleville High School Scholarship Fund. Hope to see you there.
Thrift Store sales
From March 18 through 23, the Walker Thrift Store is having their monthly Bag Sale at bargain prices. A bag of shirts, pants and/or shorts is only $5, while you can buy a bag of other clothing including shoes, jackets, belts or snow gear for just $10. Stop by and get a deal on things you can use.
This and that
Sadly, our valley has lost another good community member and friend. On March 2, Lee Sims passed away. A long-time Marine, firefighter, Lions Club member, as well as a member of the Senior Citizens Workshop Board, he was a valuable part of the Valley and good friend who will be greatly missed by many.
The Mono County Public Health Officer has sent out a bulletin saying that the flu season is slowly ending. Take care, though, since it isn’t totally gone yet.
Lynne Katusich can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or (530) 495-2552.