Archive - Mar 26, 2011
Mammoth High School should know if it becomes one of Californiaâs Distinguished Schools within the ânext few weeksâ according to district superintendent Rich Boccia.
The announcement, which Boccia said he expects will reveal a âpositive outcomeâ comes on the heels of a state team of administrators that visited the school earlier in March for the formal on-site visitation required by the application process.
âThe team spent the day visiting the school, which included an opening meeting with the staff, a meeting with the leadership team and classroom visits,â Boccia said.
When Mammoth resident Christian Fuller sits down Monday night at Snowcreek Athletic Club to play 12 simultaneous games of chess with players ranging in age from seven to 77, donât expect him to lose.
In that room will be everyone from a fifth grade Mammoth Elementary student to someone in their 70s, most students that Fuller has been teaching over the past year since he moved to Mammoth to train as a long distance runner.
Fuller, best known as a winning long distance runner, has also been playing chess competitively as long as heâs been running â and winning at both.
When Kelly Bahr became an animal care volunteer for Eastern Sierra Wildlife Care she never imagined she would do physical therapy on a Golden eagle.
But a few weeks ago, she did just that. The eagle was rescued from the shoulder of Hwy. 6 on Matthew Hill midway between Hammil and Benton.
On admission, the female eagle had tightly clenched talons and could only stand on her hocks. While working to find the cause of this problem, ESWC Director Cindy Kamler ordered therapy and Bahr helped implement it.
Whodunit fans will have a thrilling murder mystery on their hands when the Mammoth Lakes Repertory Theatre debuts âDial M for Murderâ at Edison Theatre on March 31.
Written by Frederick Knott and directed by Shira Dubrovner, Dial M enjoyed a long run on Broadway before it was transformed into the infamous Hitchcock thriller released by Warner Brothers in 1954.
Mammothâs Recreation Department has embarked on an ambitious summer schedule.
At least six new camps were announced on the town website last week, including two mountain bike camps, two skate camps and a âExperience a Bit Oâ Britain!â camp.
In the âChallenger British Sports Camps,â campers will learn from British coaches games like Tag Rugby, Cricket, Rounders, Kick Ball, British Bull Dogs and team relays and obstacle courses.