Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Saturday, May 4, 2013
On Thursday May 9th, at 6:00 PM, the first historical documentary on Ione Homecoming will be shown at Clark’s Corner. Tickets are available at Clark’s for $10 each. If you stay for a prime rib dinner, Clark’s will donate 20% of each dinner to the Foundation. This is a great opportunity for residents and guest to celebrate, enjoy, and understand the rich history of the Ione Homecoming.
The Pride of Ione Foundation is a newly formed organization with the primary purpose to preserve the rich history of the Ione Valley, share its memories and connect people. They are creating educational programs, providing living, interactive historical archives that everyone can access and contribute to.
Plans include video documentaries, a quarterly newsletter, beautification projects, commemorative photo books, soldier packages, welcome baskets for new residents and a memorial garden to name a few.
Thursday, May 2, 2013
In this edition of TSPN News In-Depth, Mike Spence talks with Amador County Historical Society President Phil Giurlani about the construction that has been taking place at the Amador County Museum.