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Valley People Need Valley Blood ~ Baskin Robbins Blood Drive Saturday, August 8, 2020 3:00 PM – 8:00 P.M.

To Sign Up, Contact: Kam Gill 559-891-9031
Location: Baskin Robbins 3330 Floral Avenue, Selma, CA 93662
For more information: Katherine Morrison 559-978-2102
donateblood.org
See flyer to see what to do before you donate and after you donate.
What to expect:
1. Register (a photo ID is required to register, then you’ll be asked to verify your name and address
2. Mini Physical and Interview
3.Whole Blood Donation
4. Relax

K & E Ranch ~ Your local Farmers Market Open Tuesday-Saturday

Fresh Produce, Eggs, Rosa Brothers Milk & Ice Cream, Meats, Coffee, Tea, Honey, Jams, Cheese, Dried Fruit, Poindexter Nuts, Bakery & Gift Items & More….

2052 Second Street, Selma, CA 93662

Open Tuesday – Friday 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM, Saturdays 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM

559-859-2199

Kim & Erik Skidmore

Virtual Wine Tasting with owner and winemaker, Bob Bagdasarian. Friday, August 14, 2020 6:00 PM

Wine Bundle $88.00 + tax Includes 4 bottles of Wine

We here at Kings River Winery, are excited to now offer Virtual Wine Tasting sessions with our owner & winemaker, Bob Bagdasarian. 

Our first one is scheduled for next Friday, August 14th at 6:00 PM! You’re welcome to join in on this already planned session with your group. We are also able to schedule a private session for your group if you want a more customized virtual experience. Our virtual wine package can include 3-4 wines and we do free delivery for Fresno/Sanger/Clovis. Your participants will receive a Zoom link to access the virtual wine tasting and Bob will guide them through tasting notes, pairing suggestions and share stories about our winery. 

To get an idea of how it works or to sign up, you can view the link for next Friday’s virtual session here: https://kings-river-winery.square.site/product/virtual-wine-tasting/356

To organize a private virtual wine tasting for your business, organization or group, please email me at [email protected]. We look forward to helping you create virtual memories!

Selma Community Drop Off Week August 17-22, 2020

Accepted items: General household waste, green waste, scrap metal (must be separated), Non-Freon appliances and bulky items, yard clean up debris (furniture, fencing, wire/wood, small metals, etc.), E-Waste, Car tires with or without rims*, Matresses and box spring *

Non-Accepted items: AC units, Freon appliances and propane tanks, Universal waste (batteries, fluorescent bulbs, toxic chemicals, etc), Construction debris from commercial and landscaping companies, Household hazardous waste, Treated wood grape stakes, railroad ties and telephone poles

See flyer for regulations

Selma District Chamber of Commerce Members and Friends, the Selma District Chamber of Commerce is here to help and support you.

Please be advised, the Selma District Chamber of Commerce is open from 9 AM – 12 PM Monday – Friday. Please refer to the Documents tab for notices from the City of Selma regarding COVID-19 regulations. You may also visit their website www.developselma.com for more resources. Stay up to date with our website for updates on businesses open during this pandemic. During this time, Selma Chamber events are postponed without a date due to this uncertainty. Any inquiries, give us a call at 559-891-2235.

REVIVE FRESNO COUNTY

WWW.REVIVEFRESNOCOUNTY.COM

Take the pledge to show your commitment to safety. Show your customers that you are a committed partner by having your information listed as a compliant Fresno County business. Complete the Commitment/Industry Reopening Survey to provide needed feedback to County and City officials. Visit WWW.REVIVEFRESNOCOUNTY.COM or call 559-396-7713

Fresno County’s business community needs your help! The Fresno County Economic Development Corporation (EDC) is partnering with the Fresno County Department of Public Health and the City of Fresno to roll out the new Revive Fresno County initiative.

Revive Fresno County seeks to help businesses responsibly re-open and to remain open in accordance with federal, state and local guidelines and regulations by:

  1. Providing up-to-date, industry specific guidance and resources to businesses across Fresno County;
  2. Gathering feedback from the business community on said guidelines through an online survey; and
  3. Identifying and promoting businesses that will adhere to and operate by local and industry guidelines on the Revive Fresno County website

Feedback gathered from the Revive Fresno County survey will be aggregated and provided to Fresno County Department of Public Health to help assess our business community’s needs and readiness to progress along the state’s Resilience Roadmap. The Revive Fresno County survey will be open through July 16, 2020, and includes a chance for participating businesses to win one of fifteen (15) $100 gift cards.

 COVID-19 RESOURCES

Fresno County EDC is monitoring all resources made available to businesses and regularly updating those resources on our website: http://www.fresnoedc.com/covid19/. If your business is experiencing problems due to the virus, please call 559 476 2509 for assistance.

Selma’s 2020-2021 Raisin Queen Ashneet Gill

Meet Selma’s 2020-2021 Raisin Queen, Ashneet Gill, sponsored by The Selma Rotary Club.

Ashneet Gill will be a Senior this Fall of 2020 and has been active as President of her Junior Class, on the diving team, Treasurer of Interact and President of the Bhangra Club. Ashneet is also involved with Big Brothers and Big Sisters Club.

“I actually wanted to run a couple months before I heard applications were out,” Gill said, “so when I heard the applications were out for Raisin Queen, I was so excited to grab one and start selling tickets. I thought it was a great way to get more involved in the community and make connections.” -Ashneet Gill, Selma Enterprise, Wednesday July 8, 2020.

So if you see Ashneet with a smile on her face it’s because she is proud to represent Selma.

Thank you, Ashneet, for your efforts in becoming this year’s Selma Raisin Queen.