Largely overlooked by history, Nathan Hawk—who carried news of the California gold discovery east in the summer of 1848—was instrumental in spreading gold fever in the U.S. in 1848.
When Anna Gleason celebrated the 22nd anniversary of her career at Summitview Child and Family Services, she was given a jar of 2,000 stones.
To celebrate young individuals who are achieving great things in the community, the Shingle Springs/Cameron Park Chamber of Commerce held the “Mr. and Miss Shingle Springs/Cameron Park.”
This annual event recognized and honored those who have been diagnosed with cancer while helping to promote funding for the Images of Hope program.
All proceeds from this annual fun run benefited the Camino Community Action Committee. Participants also enjoyed post-race brews, giant beer pong, food truck fare, and live music.
Attendees enjoyed carnival rides, big wheel and wheelbarrow races, and animal exhibits while indulging in yummy fair food and the famous “beer tree” at this annual summer celebration.
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El Dorado County has an abundance of local produce, wineries, and talented chefs. For a taste of some of the offerings, check out El Dorado Country Ag in the Classroom's 20 Mile Taste.
Although summer is coming to a close, there’s still plenty of fun activities on tap.