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Tracy Aspel, NIHD’s Chief Nursing Officer, back row, far left, presents a $1,132 donation from the employees of NIHD to the Eastern Sierra Cancer Alliance Board of Director. The funds were raised through the sale of pink t-shirts during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Shown accepting the donation from Aspel are ESCA Board members, left to right, back row: Andrea Shallcross, Norma Crider, Sherry Nostrant, and ESCA founder Pat Ramirez. Front row: Rose Graves, Cheryl Underhill and Debbie Christensen.  Photo by Barbara Laughon/Northern Inyo Healthcare District

NIHD employees demonstrate the art of giving

Press release The employees of Northern Inyo Healthcare District are busy this holiday season as they team up to participate in many of the community’s annual gift and food drives. The charitable efforts are in keeping with NIHD’s Mission, “Improving our communities, one life at a time. One team. One goal. Your health.” Team NIHD […]

 
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Homeless and working poor need help

As the weather turns frigid, the homeless of the Eastern Sierra grow more visible. Many of them have approached local agencies for help. The holiday season also shines a light on needs for those without homes and those who are working but can’t make ends meet. Salvation Army Lieutenant Cathie McCulley has her hands full […]

 
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Help the hungry

Free Zumba Fitness Class Just bring food donation for admission When: Saturday, December, 10th 2011 Time: 10:00 am Who: Open to the Public Where: Snowcreek Athletic Club Taught by KaysieWilliams For more information call the IMACA Office at 760-934-3343    

 
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Hungry people

In the Eastern Sierra, more and more families and individuals depend on local food pantries to help them make it through the year.  At this holiday time, Inyo-Mono Advocates for Community Action (IMACA) and Salvation Army need your help. Jane McDonald at IMACA said that the need for food is much higher and their food […]

 
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IMACA Offers Heating Upgrades

The following is a press release from IMACA. IMACA Offers Heating Upgrades in Southern Inyo County Bishop, CA – Inyo Mono Advocates for Community Action, Inc. (IMACA) is happy to announce a new program that will replace inefficient fireplaces and old wood stoves in private residences across southern Inyo County, at little to no cost. […]

 
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For Xmas, make a child happy

For the 16th year, Inyo Mono Advocates for Community Action (IMACA), with the help of the Inyo Register and dozens of local businesses and community organizations, is proud to bring the Wish Tree Program to the Owens Valley. The Wish Tree provides children in need with warm clothes and toys for Christmas. You can support […]

 
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New clean air program moves ahead

While in negotiations over an Owens Dry Lake clean-up project, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power promised $5.6 million to the Great Basin Unified Air Pollution Control Project as part of the deal.  They money will go toward clean air projects in Inyo, Mono and Alpine counties.  Recently, the APCD board contracted with […]

 
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