Monday, January 15, 2018

49er Bypass Run - Sat Apr 7

49er Bypass Run
 The race starts in the middle of beautiful Main Street Sutter Creek. Participants will travel up Highway 49 and enjoy the beauty that Amador County has to offer. Register by March 23.
Saturday, April 7. Check-in begins at 8am, Race starts at 9am.
Main Street, Sutter Creek
Youth (17 and under) 5K-$25, 10K-$30; Adult (18 and over) 5K-$30, 10K-$35
For more information, please contact Nettie by phone (209-223-6739)e-mail (amfox@amadorgov.org), or facebook (facebook.com/goacra)


Monday, January 8, 2018

Sutter Amador Hospital welcomes its first baby of 2018

JACKSON, CA – A new year brings new life. Sutter Amador Hospital helped welcome the first baby of Amador County on Jan. 1 at 7:47 p.m. Weighing 10 pounds and 7 ounces, Daylani Anaya Sauceda Aquilar greeted proud parents Juan and Aolanis Lopez.

The Lopez family currently lives in Modesto but mother, Aolanis, is from Plymouth and was also born at Sutter Amador Hospital. The Lopez family didn’t plan to have the first baby of the new year, but was pleasantly surprised at their daughter’s early arrival.

“It was a beautiful experience to have my first child on the first day of the year and at this hospital,” said Lopez. “Her due date wasn’t until Jan. 4 so she was a welcome surprise.”

The healthy baby girl is 22 inches long and was greeted by grandparents who were with the Lopez family throughout the birth, she said.


“We are so deeply in love with our little girl,” said Lopez. “The first few days have been wonderful.”
Sutter Amador Hospital Family Birth Center staff members generously donated a large gift basket to the new family in hopes of what will help provide them with a wonderful year of first moments with their new daughter.

“I can’t imagine a more memorable or touching way to celebrate a new year,” said Laura Cooper, manager of the Sutter Amador Hospital Family Birth Center. “Our team was so happy to welcome the beautiful first baby of 2018.”

Sutter Amador Hospital offers free childbirth education classes for expecting parents throughout the year. For more information, visit sutteramador.org

Sunday, January 7, 2018

Be Active! Monday Morning Walks & 2018 Monthly Events

Monday Morning Walks
Start the new year off right! Kick off your week with a one and a half mile morning walk.  
Every Monday at 8:30am. (Excluding Holidays)  
First and Third Mondays at Miners Bend
Second and Fourth Mondays at National Hotel.  
Be Active Member’s fee of $75/year
For more information, please contact Nettie from ACRA by phone (209-223-6349),
E-mailamfox@amadorgov.org, or Facebook (facebook.com/goacra)

Be Active! 2018 Monthly Events
Monthly events for Be Active members.
January 13thBowling at Gold Country Lanes,
February 17thCamanche Trails,
March 17thAmador City History Walk
April 21stSutter Creek History Walk
May 19thVolcano History Walk
June 16thSilver Lake/Minkoto Trail
July 14thPiPi Valley Walk
August 18th – 24thevenings at the Sutter Creek pool
September 15thPacific Coast Trail/Kirkwood
October 20thJackson Cemetery Walk
November 17thJackson Gate History walk
December 15thCity of Ione history Walk
Aforementioned dates and places, beginning at 9am   
Be Active Member’s fee of $75/year
For more information, please contact Nettie from ACRA by phone (209-223-6349),
E-mail (amfox@amadorgov.org ), or Facebook (facebook.com/goacra)


Thursday, January 4, 2018

14th Annual Amador Holistic Health and Wellness Fair - Sat Jan 27

14th Annual Amador Holistic Health & Wellness Fair

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