July 4 party set for ALpine County
On July 4, the historic Markleeville Courthouse will celebrate its 70th year at a dedication ceremony sponsored by the Native Sons of the Golden West.
The celebration event will continue as an annual event, as it did in the past, said Jim Clark, event coordinator. There had been an intermission of about five years.
A team of Native Sons grand officers will be joined at the 10 a.m. dedication by Judge Harold Bradford, county supervisors Don Jardine and Kathy Rakow and long-time Markleeville resident, Bob Jackson.
The ceremony will be followed by a traditional gala 4th of July celebration at Turtle Rock Park. The celebration will feature horseshoe tournaments, Bingo, raffles and a tri-tip barbecue. The new officers also will be installed.
The barbecue costs $10 per person. Hot dogs and hamburgers will be available for children under 10 for $2.50.
For information, contact Clark at 530-694-2473.
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