Yosemite Chamber of Commerce

Yosemite Chamber of Commerce The Yosemite Hwy120 Chamber of Commerce is located in Historic Downtown Groveland, California on Highway 120, the Big Oak Flat Road and North Gateway to Yosemite National Park
A membership owned public entity supporting business and tourism on the North Gateway to Yosemite.
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The Yosemite Hwy 120 Chamber of Commerce BOD is thinking of reviving our HONORARY MAYOR OF GROVELAND a way of having som...
05/24/2020

The Yosemite Hwy 120 Chamber of Commerce BOD is thinking of reviving our HONORARY MAYOR OF GROVELAND a way of having some fun and generating some funds for local organizations while the pandemic restrictions are in place.

We are now heading to another quarter of the year the World, our Country, Community, Businesses, and Residents have been affected. We need to do something that we all can enjoy.

Why revive the Honorary Mayor of Groveland?

1. Fun to Celebrate – Honor the winning candidate via physical or virtual the Honorary Mayor and the “runner ups” will become our symbol of Hope for the future and boost our morale.

2. Marketing – promote your organization or club and what they do for the community thru your Honorary Mayor of Groveland Candidate.

3. Funding – teaming up with the Yosemite Hwy 120 Chamber of Commerce by nominating a Candidate to represent your Organization or Club. Your organization will get a percentage of “Bribe Raffle Tickets” you sell for your Candidate. The Candidate who sells the most tickets will be proclaimed the Honorary Mayor of Groveland for 2020-2021.

Our Town needs an inspiration and Your Candidate will be our Honorary Mayor of Groveland. Our inspiration and symbol when it is time to CELEBRATE.

If you please fill out the form below with your reply or email to [email protected]. Time is an essence and responding by 3rd of June will be greatly appreciated. Thank You!

COVID-19 Update 5/23/20 & Case UpdateLATEST UPDATESCase Identification Update: As reported last night, Public Health was...
05/24/2020

COVID-19 Update 5/23/20 & Case Update
LATEST UPDATES
Case Identification Update: As reported last night, Public Health was notified of a positive COVID-19 test that was conducted at Adventist Health Sonora.
A test sample was also sent to the San Joaquin Public Health lab for confirmation. The preliminary Public Health lab result was positive.
The individual is a 56 year-old female Tuolumne County resident and is isolating at home.
The individual has not traveled out of the county during the relevant time period. She does not appear to have had any close contact in public places, but has had multiple contacts with people outside of her own household. Some of those contacts appear to have traveled out of the county. At this time, no definitive source of infection has been identified. We are conducting in-depth contact tracing as part of the ongoing investigation. We have been able to reach all Tuolumne County contacts and they are quarantined at home.
As we have been communicating, it is important that people remember to follow prevention guidelines, including:
Physical distancing at all times. Maintain 6 feet space between yourself and others who are not part of your household. Stay in your household bubble!
Wear a cloth mask if you aren’t sure you can maintain physical distancing while in public.
Wash your hands thoroughly and frequently.
Stay home if you are sick.
Avoid unnecessary travel, and limit your outings to essential tasks.
Further updates will be shared as information becomes available.

Michelle Jachetta, MPA
Health Program Supervisor, Emergency Preparedness Coordinator
Public Information Officer
Tuolumne County Public Health Department
20111 Cedar Road North
Sonora, CA 95370
(209) 533-7427
Forwarded Courtesy of Yosemite Hwy 120 Chamber of Commerce to Provide General Information.

Adventist Health Sonora has generously made available reusable cloth masks for the County of Tuolumne Innovation and Bus...
05/23/2020
Mask Request | Tuolumne County Disa

Adventist Health Sonora has generously made available reusable cloth masks for the County of Tuolumne Innovation and Business Assistance Department to help disburse to Tuolumne County Businesses. Please fill out the following form. https://www.tcdisasterassistance.com/mask-request
Distribution will continue until stock is depleted on a first come, first serve basis.
Questions in regard to business attempts to purchase Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) will not affect mask allocation and serves the purpose of County Emergency Services Planning.
Mask allocation to a business will be based on employment.
Businesses may choose to require masks for their employees and some state guidance requires masks, to find out your industry specific guidance go to - https://covid19.ca.gov/industry-guidance/
Mask Specifics: Jersey Daily Face Cover - 52% Airlume combed and ring-spun cotton, 48% polyester, 4.2oz

Best Regards,
Heather Ryan
Administrative Support
Tuolumne County Board of Supervisors
Main Line: (209) 533-5511
E: [email protected]
https://www.tuolumnecounty.ca.gov

©2020 by Tuolumne County Disaster Assistance. Last Update May 21, 2020 Links supplied from CA GoBiz, SBA, County of Tuolumne and Covid19Biztools

WANTED HONORARY MAYOR of GROVELAND
05/21/2020

WANTED HONORARY MAYOR of GROVELAND

Press Release- Old Priest Grade 5.28.20
05/20/2020

Press Release- Old Priest Grade 5.28.20

Forwarded Courtesy of Yosemite Hwy 120 Chamber of Commerce to Provide General Information.Please see the attached invite...
05/19/2020

Forwarded Courtesy of Yosemite Hwy 120 Chamber of Commerce to Provide General Information.

Please see the attached invite to share with your members, as well as, the social media post below to share on your social media platforms. We will be taking questions before the event and RSVP is needed to get the call in number for the event.
Thank you for assisting our small businesses and sharing this invite with your network. If you would like to request a Small Business Tele Town Hall in your area, please email me at [email protected],gov.

SBA & Treasury Release Paycheck Protection Program Loan Forgiveness ApplicationGolik, Dawn E.Date Fri 19:03Contact photo...
05/19/2020

SBA & Treasury Release Paycheck Protection Program Loan Forgiveness Application
Golik, Dawn E.
Date Fri 19:03
Contact photo
Message Body
Late today, the SBA and Treasury released the PPP Loan Forgiveness Application https://home.treasury.gov/system/files/136/3245-0407-SBA-Form-3508-PPP-Forgiveness-Application.pdf

While additional guidance will be provided, this is critical information for our region’s small businesses in the meantime. Thank you for your help in distributing this. -Dawn

Dawn Golik

District Director, Fresno District Office

U.S. Small Business Administration

Cell: 559-666-8286

[email protected]

THE GOOD NEWS!"There are no updates today other than testing data and some modification to the daily email format" Miche...
05/19/2020

THE GOOD NEWS!
"There are no updates today other than testing data and some modification to the daily email format"

Michelle Jachetta, MPA
Health Program Supervisor, Emergency Preparedness Coordinator
Public Information Officer
Tuolumne County Public Health Department
20111 Cedar Road North
Sonora, CA 95370
(209) 533-7427
Forwarded Courtesy of Yosemite Hwy 120 Chamber of Commerce to Provide General Information.

Forest Stewardship Workshop
05/14/2020

Forest Stewardship Workshop

Forest Stewardship Workshop
05/14/2020

Forest Stewardship Workshop

Dear Chambers and the communities of Hwy 120. The Kiefer Insurance Agency of Groveland are working our normal hours plus...
05/12/2020

Dear Chambers and the communities of Hwy 120.
The Kiefer Insurance Agency of Groveland are working our normal hours plus, and have been throughout this uncertain time.
Farmers and all other companies we wright business with are able to give us the quotes and service all policies via no contact.
We have been writing a tremendous amount of business all over the state as well as in our own beautiful backyard.
We are still work virtually via no contact. Know you can always reach us by phone or email.
As always, Thanks for allowing us to help you insure your future.

John and Tonie Kiefer
Kiefer Insurance Agency
18800 Main Street
Groveland, CA 95321
1-209-962-6593

Joanie is Open! RANCH REVIVED18687 Main St., Ste. A, Groveland209-962-0740Varied sales and discountsThursday-Monday 11A-...
05/12/2020

Joanie is Open!
RANCH REVIVED
18687 Main St., Ste. A, Groveland
209-962-0740
Varied sales and discounts
Thursday-Monday 11A-4P (gradual reopening hours)

05/11/2020

WE ARE OPEN FOR BUSINESS

Ranch Revived 18687 Main St., Ste. A, Groveland 209-962-0740 Varied sales and discounts Thursday-Monday 11A-4P (gradual reopening hours)

Pizza Factory 11am-8pm

Hungry Bear Cafe Sunday-Thursday 9am-2:45pm Friday-Saturday 9am-8pm

if you want your Business added to the list, Please email your information to [email protected] Name of Business Address Phone number Any Promotion

HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY Extra Large Pizza Winners!Earl Wright of Pizza Factory releasing the following names of the 5 winners...
05/10/2020

HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY Extra Large Pizza Winners!

Earl Wright of Pizza Factory releasing the following names of the 5 winners. Each won an Extra Large Pizza..

Kathy

Meghan Martinez

Melissa Pratt

Vivian Casey Kleinfelter

Nellie Woolsey

Offer good in Pizza Factory at 18583 Main St, Groveland, CA only. Last Day to Claim your Prize of Extra Large Pizza with one topping is 5 July 2020.

The Yosemite Highway 120 Chamber of Commerce would like to Thank the Pine Mountain Lake News, Foothill/Express Yosemite Highway Herald, our Local Social Media, Pine Mountain Lake FB, Neighborhood and etc... for supporting this event.

05/09/2020

Ready to Open your Business?

The Yosemite Highway 120 Chamber of Commerce will Blast a consolidated list of Businesses who is open and will open next week. Please email your information to [email protected]

Name of Business

Address

Phone number

Any Promotion

Forwarded Courtesy of Yosemite Hwy 120 Chamber of Commerce to Provide General Information.Open for Business: ‘Lower-Risk...
05/08/2020
Resilience Roadmap

Forwarded Courtesy of Yosemite Hwy 120 Chamber of Commerce to Provide General Information.

Open for Business: ‘Lower-Risk’ Businesses May Reopen Today

May 8, 2020 ByCalChamber

Lower-risk workplaces and businesses such as clothing stores, florists and manufacturers may reopen today with adaptations as California enters the first phase of Stage 2 of the Resilience Roadmap to reopen the state’s economy.

In this initial phase, the following businesses may open with modifications:

Curbside retail, including but not limited to: Bookstores, jewelry stores, toy stores, sclothing stores, shoe stores, home and furnishing stores, sporting goods stores, antique stores, music stores, florists. Note: this will be phased in, starting first with curbside pickup and delivery only until further notice.

Supply chains supporting the above businesses, in manufacturing and logistics sectors.

Later in Stage 2, the following businesses may open:

Destination retail, including shopping malls and swap meets.

Personal services, limited to: car washes, pet grooming, tanning facilities, and landscape gardening.

Office-based businesses (telework remains strongly encouraged).

Dine-in restaurants (other facility amenities, like bars or gaming areas, are not permitted).

Schools and childcare facilities.

Outdoor museums and open gallery spaces.

Stage 2 will be expanded gradually, with some communities moving through Stage 2 faster if they are able to show greater progress. Counties that have met the readiness criteria and worked with the California Department of Public Health can open more workplaces as outlined on the County Variance page.

Guidelines

Governor Gavin Newsom yesterday released guidelines for reopening lower-risk workplaces, advising retailers to increase pick up and delivery, encourage physical distancing and install hands-free devices; manufacturers to close breakrooms, create outdoor break areas and physically distanced seating; and warehouse delivery services to carry sanitation materials during deliveries and use personal protective equipment for each stop.

At each stage of the reopening, the businesses and industries involved are being asked to make sure they meet the safety and preparedness milestones outlined in Stage 1 by visiting https://covid19.ca.gov/roadmap/.

Before reopening, all facilities must:

Perform a detailed risk assessment and implement a site-specific protection plan;

Train employees on how to limit the spread of COVID-19, including how to screen themselves for symptoms and stay home if they have them;

Implement individual control measures and screenings;

Implement disinfecting protocols; and

Implement physical distancing guidelines.

Further guidance for regional variations is expected on Tuesday, May 12.

State of California’s roadmap to reopening businesses safely. The current phase is Stage 2. Guidance for adapting workplaces to prevent COVID-19 / coronavirus infection.

05/06/2020

THREE MORE DAYS TO GO! Check out our Chamber Chatter page 32 PML NEWS and Foothillexpress/Yosemite Highway Herald May editions, cut the Free Raffle entry to win one of the 5 Extra Large Pizza. Drawing on May 9th for Mother's Day promotion. Blank entry forms are also available at the Pizza Factory located at 18583 Main Street.

05/06/2020
LHI.CARE

LATEST UPDATES

Tuolumne County Public Health is continuing to work diligently to prepare for attestation of our community’s ability to accelerate more fully into Stage 2 of the Governor’s roadmap to modifying the statewide stay-at-home order. We are also awaiting details on the Stage 2 plans from the state. We will continue to provide updates as more information becomes available.

State testing sites have been activated in many areas in California, including in Mariposa County and in Lodi. Tuolumne County residents are able to access these testing sites with an appointment. Individuals will be billed through their health insurance. Tests will be paid for by the state for individuals without health insurance. Copays or deductibles will not apply to the visits. No fees will be collected at the testing site. While priority is given to those who are high risk, everyone is welcome to schedule testing by going online to https://lhi.care/covidtesting or by calling OptumServe at (888) 634-1123. To find a testing site nearest you go to https://bit.ly/2ypCrMv.

Michelle Jachetta, MPA

Health Program Supervisor, Emergency Preparedness Coordinator

Public Information Officer

Tuolumne County Public Health Department

20111 Cedar Road North

Sonora, CA 95370

(209) 533-7427

LHI.Care: the simple, convenient healthcare portal for service members and employees. Request services, view and reschedule appointments and more from your mobile device.

Action Needed for SSI Recipients with Dependents and Who Do Not File Tax Returns to Receive $500 Per Child Payment.
05/05/2020

Action Needed for SSI Recipients with Dependents and Who Do Not File Tax Returns to Receive $500 Per Child Payment.

05/05/2020

Win one of the 5 Extra Large Pizza. Mother's Day FREE RAFFLE ends 9 May 2020. Raffle Entries are available in The. Pine Mountain Lake News and Foothill Express/Yosemite Highway Herald May editions. Blank entries are also available at the Pizza Factory.

Mother's Day FREE RAFFLE ENTRY!, excerpt courtesy from Foothill Express Yosemite Highway Herald May 2020 edition Page 25...
05/02/2020

Mother's Day FREE RAFFLE ENTRY!, excerpt courtesy from Foothill Express Yosemite Highway Herald May 2020 edition Page 25.

PIZZA FACTORY CELEBRATING MOTHER'S DAY!Win one of the 5 Extra Large Pizza News Excerpt courtesy of PML News May 2020 edi...
05/01/2020

PIZZA FACTORY CELEBRATING MOTHER'S DAY!
Win one of the 5 Extra Large Pizza
News Excerpt courtesy of PML News May 2020 edition page 32.

MAY 2 Flea Market is Cancelled
04/29/2020

MAY 2 Flea Market is Cancelled

04/18/2020

Address

18687 Main St Suite C|
Groveland, CA
95321

General information

Located in the Mountain Leisure Center at 18687 Main Street (Highway 120), Suite C, with a convenient public parking lot so you can park and walk Historic downtown Groveland for sight seeing, food & beverages, souvenirs and more!

Opening Hours

Tuesday 13:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 13:00 - 17:00
Thursday 13:00 - 17:00

Telephone

(209) 962-0429

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SHARING. Dear Colleague, Today, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued updated guidance for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) recipients with qualifying dependents eligible for COVID-19 Economic Impact Payments. SSI recipients who did not file a tax return in 2018 or 2019 and who have qualifying dependents must submit additional information using the IRS's Non-Filer tool by Tuesday, May 5, 2020 to receive the full amount of their Economic Impact Payments as soon as possible. Eligible SSI recipients will start receiving their automatic payments directly from the Treasury Department in early May. Please note that Direct Express account holders may use the IRS's Non-Filer tool, but they cannot receive their and their children's payment on their Direct Express card. They may only enter non-Direct Express bank account information for direct deposit, or leave bank information empty to receive a paper check by mail. I encourage you to share this information with your members, colleagues, affiliates, and other interested parties. Tell them to act now to receive all their Economic Impact Payment money. Sincerely, Jeffrey Buckner Associate Commissioner Office of Strategic and Digital Communications (T) 410-965-1804 @SSAOutreach
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Plan Ahead and find your Valentines Gift, vist and breeze thru hundred of gift selections at the Breezeway
Team Members from Tuolumne County Departments hosted Community Open Houses to connect and educate the County about Public Services at the Community Hall on January 14 2020. Supervisor John Gray Opening the Event.
Hey all. I'm going to be visiting Yosemite and staying near Oakhurst the last week of Sept. Are there any farmers markets around there on Sunday's? Most of the ones I'm finding are on Sat. or Wed. 😀
Mariposa County Supervisors will be looking for a new job, don't let them ruin Yosemite Chamber of Commerce if they decide to jump ship to a Greener pasture https://www.facebook.com/1005390679656591/posts/1136597629869228/
Posting for Jeff Thompson