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Columbia College is a proud participant in the statewide College and Career Access Pathway (CCAP) Program, a dual enrollment program that allows community colleges to teach college courses on high school campuses during the school day. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and associated remote operation of the high schools themselves, the college has suspended its CCAP course offerings at all seven high schools for the fall term with the hope to resume in the spring.

 In its place, to serve as many high school students with dual enrollment opportunities as possible, Columbia College is opening its doors to ALL high school students to become “Virtual CCAP students.”

 What does this change mean for students and high schools?

·       There will be no dedicated CCAP courses offered through specific high schools in fall 2020.

·       High school students may enroll in any of the hundreds of Columbia College course offerings online, including those with face-to-face laboratory activities meeting on campus or in the field this fall.

·       Students must apply online to the college and submit a registration form, as usual.

·       Tuition and term fees will be waived for all high school students, up to 11 units, for the fall term.

·       Students will need to rent or purchase the textbook(s) for their class(es). (In limited cases, their high schools may have textbooks available to lend to them.)

Most Columbia College courses this fall will take place online, with the exception of some essential lab courses with online lectures coupled with on-campus or field-based labs (e.g. welding, automotive, forestry, science). The college understands the rapid changes in education, particularly in the K-12 system, due to the pandemic and hopes to provide opportunities to high school students who wish to take college classes while reinforcing the primary importance of high school graduation.

 Those students who feel comfortable taking online college classes should complete the following steps. Also, students seeking hands-on learning opportunities in career fields such as welding, automotive, and forestry are encouraged to enroll. Resources are also available for those who experience difficulty while trying to navigate the process.

 Steps for high school students:

1.       Apply to Columbia College

2.       Complete a high school student registration form

3.       Enroll in class(es)

a.       If the class has an English or Math prerequisite, call 209-588-5109 for a counseling appointment prior to registration

4.       Purchase textbook(s)

Resources for students:

·       Registration help Zoom meetings on Tuesdays in August

  •  10am – Zoom meeting ID 924 8946 5969
  • 3pm – Zoom meeting ID 955 5220 2919

·       Step-by-step instructions and tutorials can be found on our Dual Enrollment website:

·       Counseling/Advising – 209-588-5109

·       One-on-one application and registration assistance from MEOC – Contact Tira Lawhorn at 209-588-5077 or

Still have questions?

Please contact Program Specialist Kelsey Halstead at 209-588-5054 or or Interim Director Michelle Walker at 209-588-5045 or

Rianyn Fraser Named 2020 Coca-Cola Leaders of Promise Scholar

Columbia College student – Rianyn Fraser is one of 207 Phi Theta Kappa members named a 2020 Coca-Cola Leaders of Promise Scholar and will receive a $1,000 scholarship.

The Coca-Cola Leaders of Promise Scholarship Program helps new Phi Theta Kappa members defray educational expenses while enrolled in associate degree programs. Scholars are encouraged to assume leadership roles by participating in Society programs and are selected based on scholastic achievement, community service, and leadership potential. Nearly 700 applications were received.

A total of $207,000 is awarded through the Leaders of Promise Scholarship Program. The Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation provides $200,000 in funding for the scholarships, with $25,000 set aside for members who are veterans or active members of the United States military. The remaining amount is supported by donations to the Phi Theta Kappa Foundation and provides seven Global Leaders of Promise Scholarships, earmarked for international students.

“The Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation has a long history of providing financial assistance to outstanding students at community colleges,” said Jane Hale Hopkins, President of the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation. “We are proud to partner with Phi Theta Kappa to make it possible for more deserving students to achieve their educational goals and support tomorrow’s leaders of the global community.”

The funds provided by the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation not only aid college completion, but also give students the opportunity to engage in Society programs and develop leadership skills to become future leaders in their communities.

“Research shows that Phi Theta Kappa members are four times more likely to complete a college degree than their peers,” said Dr. Monica Marlowe, Executive Director of the Phi Theta Kappa Foundation. “The Leaders of Promise Scholarships recognize students for what they have achieved already and assure that financial need isn’t an obstacle to achieving their academic goals.”

“Developing a community-oriented outlook is a critical part of the college experience. Phi Theta Kappa provides the opportunity to build a community of learners at Columbia College. We are truly proud of the accomplishment of Rianyn”, said Dr. Santanu Bandyopadhyay, President of Columbia College. “The role of community building is all the more relevant now, when we have limited opportunity to be in physical proximity of each other”, he added.

Phi Theta Kappa is the premier honor society recognizing the academic achievement of students at associate degree-granting colleges and helping them to grow as scholars and leaders. The Society is made up of more than 3.5 million members and nearly 1,300 chapters in 11 nations, with approximately 240,000 active members in the nation’s colleges. Learn more at

How to Engage with Columbia College during COVID-19 Emergency

Columbia College will offer students and the community a full schedule of online courses and services for the Fall 2020 semester, and is hosting weekly online student information forums to help students navigate the new formats and stay informed. Fall semester courses and services will be offered primarily online, beginning August 24, 2020. Fall classes will consist of online lectures, mostly online labs, and a small number of face-to-face labs. Face-to-face labs will use physical distancing, personal protective equipment, and sanitation procedures to provide the safest learning environments possible.

To communicate regularly and effectively with all staff and students, the campus started weekly Columbia College emails, and hosts Columbia College Student Forums live online at 1:00 p.m. every Wednesday. “We want students to know that we are open, we are here all summer, and we want to hear from you,” said Jen Bick who supports the college’s Fire Academy and coordinates the weekly forums.

Using this Zoom link (, any student can listen live to the questions and concerns students have about starting another semester during the COVID-19 emergency. The Columbia College Student Forums have received such a positive response, plans are set to continue the forums through the Fall semester, and to add evening sessions for students or potential students who work during the day. “The upheaval that COVID-19 has imposed sometimes creates a spark for exploring interests or a new career,” says Kirsten Moss Frye, Columbia College Dean of Student Services. “We hope there are adult learners in our community considering or reconsidering college. The Student Forums are an excellent option to learn more.”

All students and community members are encouraged to join in all the Wednesday Student Forums at 1:00 p.m. to stay informed and feel ready for the Fall 2020 semester. Remaining forums before instruction starts August 24 are as follows:

  • 1:00 p.m., Wednesday, July 29
  • 1:00 p.m., Wednesday, August 5
  • 1:00 p.m., Wednesday, August 12
  • 6:30 p.m., Monday, August 17

All sessions will be recorded and saved on the college’s website to accommodate those who are unable to attend during the scheduled times.

Forums will continue throughout the Fall 2020 semester to help students stay informed as national, state, and local public health directives about the COVID-19 pandemic evolve.

For further information about Columbia College, application assistance, or to make individual Zoom appointments, call Columbia College Counseling at 209-588-5109.

Addendum 5-7-20 Columbia College Presents Its Graduating Class – 2020

Graduation is one of the most important milestone in the academic journey of students. The entire campus community looks forward to the commencement ceremony with family and friends of the graduating class. Because of the extraordinary circumstances due to the COVID 19 pandemic, Columbia College cancelled its 51st Commencement Ceremony following the guidelines issued by the California Department of Public Health. Each and every student graduating this year will have the opportunity to return to the campus and walk formally with the class of 2021 next Spring. Although this graduating class will not get to walk in the traditional graduation ceremony, the college’s Graduation Committee has created packages for each graduating student to include a congratulatory letter from the college president – Dr. Santanu Bandyopadhyay, a graduation cap, tassel, cords and/or sashes for special program involvement, leadership, and/or high GPAs.

Since the state declared the stay at home orders, Columbia College transformed its entire operation to the remote learning mode. The class of 2020 showed exemplary resilience to overcome the unexpected challenges and completed their degrees and/or certificates. Their sheer determination and ability to adjust to a fast evolving environment is a testament to the fact that they are well prepared to accept any obstacle that might come their way in the years to come. “We at Columbia College are honored and humbled to be a part of your academic journey. I wish I had the opportunity to shake your hands and congratulate you personally on your significant accomplishment. I would love to see you back at the graduation ceremony next year”, said Dr. Santanu Bandyopadhyay, President of Columbia College, to the graduating class. This year, Columbia College’s Graphics Media Coordinator, Molly Hart created a special frame that the Class of 2020 can upload to their Facebook page; students can take a picture of themselves in their cap, tassel, and cords and post it on Facebook for family and friends to see.


Among the graduating class, 81 Associate of Arts Degrees will be conferred, 92 Associate of Arts Transfer Degrees, 165 Associate of Science Degrees, and 47 Associate of Science Transfer Degrees.  61 students will graduate with distinction (cumulative grade point averages of 3.75 or better) and 51 with honors (between 3.5 and 3.74 grade point averages).

Those who will receive more than one degree are David Aaron, Mariana Baron, Elizabeth Beath, Sheila Blackburn, Joline Blankenship, Lisa Canales, Glenn Cargain, Akasha Clearwater, Aaron David, Franziska Daumberger, Ashley Del Ponte,  Michael De Vries, Justin Eisler, Halley Ellard, Gabriel Fernandez, Calista Fields-Richardson, Macey Fredrickson, Starla Gallagher, Neil Gamez, Steven Gazdik, Sonja Gion, Heather Graham, Julia Grimes, Laura Hafer, Daniel Hill, Tabatha Hooter, Kayla Klidies, Tabitha Kluth, Chloe Johnson, Lydia Johnson, Nikolas Lillie, Ahtziry Macias, Amber McGinnes, Heather Montgomery, Karen Moore, Colton Myers,  Devin Odom, Savannah Overton, Kendra Pope, Bonnie Porter-Kotzebue, Michael Reis, Stephanie Riley, Matthew Roberts, Carley Ross, Ross Rushdoony, Lena Schulke, Zachary Sears, Andrew Shepherd, Amora Stevenot, Morgan St. Pierre, Carina Swann, Gabriella Taylor, Kaarina Thompson, Brian Teets, Curtis Torcia, Joseph Tullus, Rebecca Valdes, Jonah Vassar, Christopher Wells, Alayna Williams, Emma Williams, Jacob Wozynski, Wyatt Wunder, Joshua Zubek and Adrianna Zuniga



Amanda Gravelle

Alamo, CA

Joseph Gantz*


Akasha Clearwater*

Brian Teets

Angels Camp

Mariana Baron

Halee Davis**

Halley Ellard

Sydney Johnson

Claudia Loomis

Stacy Simpson

Mackenzie Steele**

Bailey Van Zant**


Justice Ballard-Brown

Thomas Bradshaw


Isley Castro

Bay City, Michigan

Christina Yarch

Brewster, Massachusetts

Karley Rojas-Vienneau

Camp Connell

Devon Bitner

Cold Springs

Liberty Rimmer


Aaron David**

Franziska Daumberger

Lynsey Gookin**

Amy McQueary


Shileen Andico**

Aleena Bjorson

Daniel Burdick

Grace Garcia

Heather Mangano


Kati Baca**

Cassandra Marler


Julian Torres


Michael Reis


Jacob Alvarado

 Fair Play

Bonnie Porter-Kotzebue


Curtis Torcia

Cameron Pascual


Luis Alecio

Laura Hafer**


Madeline Odom


Adriana Carrera*

Sonja Gion**

Rebecca Kohl*

Russell Phillips

Crystal Pombo**

Kendra Pope

Kimberly Rown

Knights Ferry

Nastasia Sweet*

La Grange

Brady Cole

Kirstin Leventhal**

Lake Don Pedro

Gracie Henderson*

 Las Vegas

Ashley Del Ponte**


Holly Julson

Melvin Wignall*

Los Banos

Max Pugh


April Howard*


Sabrina Meckler**

Rebecca Valdes


Kimberly Jaekle

Jessica Segale*

Alyssa Tomerlin


Alexa Lininger

Austin Salazar

Ethan Smith

Amora Stevenot

Mountain Ranch

Carina Swann**


Alison Epperly

Emma Hampton*

Cristina Shockey*

Elena Smith**

Adrian Tennant

Julia Weist

Tyler Wieland

Claire Wiley

Ethan Yeadon*


Ryan Roberts

Newport Beach

Zoe Devine

Norwich, CT

Jennifer Edwards*


Daniel Eggert


Laci Blount

Lisa Canales**

Brooke Cardoza*

Matthew Collier

Zackary Coviello-Miller

Mercades DeGroot

Kaitlyn Dickson**

Steven Gazdik**

Kaitlyn Hopkins*

Melissa Koppinger

Katie Liukkonen*

Ella Nielsen

Devin Odom

Danikajo Parker

Carley Ross

Theodore Rossier

Lena Shulke**

Zachary Sears

Lane Trapp

Christina Vermeulen


Carly Baldwin*


Cameron Nielsen

Paso Robles

Colby Mathe**


Barrett Bulich

Mackenzie Pinkney

Railroad Flat

Stephanie Riley


Ian Kenealy


Angela Marley


Rebecca Smith


Abigail Trotter

San Andreas

Kate Kathan

Shana Molotch

Paul Motiu**

Priscilla Ruth

San Diego

John Navrides

San Francisco

Karen Moore

San Jose

Sara Fisher**

Samantha Smith**

Christopher Wells


Sharon Albertson

Crystal Anderson

Taylor Anderson*

Stacia Auld

Billie Balcom**

Elizabeth Beath**

Troy Beebe

Erik Betzenderfer*

Oliver Bishop

Kristen Bowly*

Christopher Burr

Michael de Vries**

Kristen Dimas

Bailee Dutra**

Tyler Everhart

Phoenix Farris**

Gabriel Fernandez

Selina Flores*

Bethany Fowler*

Monica Fox**

Macey Fredrickson*

Starla Gallagher

Neil Gamez

Christopher Goebel

Heather Graham

Julia Grimes**

Wendy Gull

Aaron Hankins*

Katherine Harford*

Aneke Harris*

Bella Hatler

Natalie Hawks**

Cassandra Herrera

Skylar Holt

Tabatha Hooter

Brendan Hurley**

Madison Hutchison

Chloe Johnson**

Kayla Klidies

Jennifer Koehler

Daniel Lamendola*

Rian Land

Nathan Logan

Evan Lopez

Jessica Lucas**

Brittany Mantzouranis

Kathy Marquez

Theresa Martin*

Krysta May*

Anna McCarthy

Jessi McClenahan**

Jami McClenahan**

Amber McGinnes

Conor McNamara

Jenna Montgomery*

Heather Montgomery

Amanda Moore-Bruce

Jacob Moskowitz

Samantha Neese*

Rosita Nelson**

Adam Norstrom**

Rachel Nugent

Savanna Oellrich**

Elza Parish

Emma Parola

Samuel Pearce*

Jennifer Penrose*

Havilah Plaster**

Zane Porter**

Katra Pritchard

Megan Rawlinson

Michael Reed

Damien Reyes

Grace Rhinehart

Kayla Rolfe

Vainqueur Rutikanga*

Eunice Sanchez Terrazas

Keandre Santiago

Ema Selesia**

Andrew Shepherd

Breanna Shoemaker

Kaden Sparks-Davis

Morgan St. Pierre**

Sonya Steele**

Gabriella Taylor

Justin Taylor

Sydney Taylor

Kaarina Thompson*

Dionicio Vargas

Jonah Vassar

Morgan Vaughn**

Audrey Weeks

Jada Williams**

Jacob Wozynski*

Wyatt Wunder**

Joshua Zubek**

Adrianna Zuniga


Charlie Bendix**

Natalie Phillips*

Josiah Sponsler


Yonnie Jackson

Madison Milligan

Landis Spivey

Alayna Williams

Emma Williams**


Lydia Johnson


Kylie Mantor**

Savannah Overton**


Hunter Anderson

William Antinetti**

Courtney Bixler

Nicholas Burns

Glenn Cargain**

Justin Eisler**

Cassidy Foster

Grace Fulkerson

Wyatt Grognet

Melissa Hart*

Tanner Krieg

Danika Lillie

Nikolas Lillie

Joelle Ortmann*

Shiloh Quincy

Adam Sonnberger

David Taylor**

Kylie Wagstaff Carr

Justin Wycoff


Tyler Martinez*

Clayton Shields

Twain Harte

Sheila Blackburn*

Calista Fields Richardson**

Jadon Funk

Anastasia Hosek*

Tabitha Kluth

Matthew Roberts

Jared Turner**

Gavin Walker**

Connor Wikholm



Jared Burton*

Luke Dunn

Ross Rushdoony


Valley Springs

Joline Blankenship

Lauryn Boitano

Daniel Hill

Ahtziry Macias

Colton Myers

Landon Sudholt



Christa Nikiforuk



Hailey Griffith*


No Hometown Listed

Sean Duncan**

Martha Fisher

James Gardner

Devyn Gonzales

Patricia Jacobs-Chalk

Magaly Marin

Jonathan Medina

Monika Riedel

Timothy Rugo

Cheyenne Schiller

Heather Shaddox

Maurice Woods

Marcus Word*







Columbia College graduates Fire Academy Students

Columbia College’s Fire Academy would like to announce the graduation and Certificates of Completion to the successful students of the Fire Technology Program.

The certificates are awarded based on the student’s successful completion of the academic and manipulative training as mandated for a California Firefighter 1 Certification. The students must still complete six months of full-time or one year of part-time field experience before applying to the state for Firefighter I Certification. “Some of the graduates will apply or continue with reserve, intern, and volunteer in positions at local fire departments since entering the academy” said Chief Shane Warner, Columbia College Fire Technology Program Coordinator/Instructor.  “Some of the students have already applied through a standard application process for seasonal employment with CAL Fire, Forest Service, and local fire agencies” said Instructor Andy VanHoogmoed.

These students have completed an intense 16 weeks of training. The rigorous training is designed to help serious candidates meet the requirements for demanding careers as professional firefighters, including more than 576 hours of academic and manipulative training, according to Chief Shane Warner.

In addition to the “routine” fire training classes, specialized training was delivered involving Incident Command System, Hazardous Materials Training, Seasonal Wildland Firefighting classes, Confined Space, Basic Power Saw Safety, and live fire suppression training which was conducted at the Twain Harte Fire Department’s Training Center. A special thank you goes out to Columbia College Fire Department, Columbia Fire District, Sonora City Fire Department, Twain Harte Fire Department, Tuolumne County Fire Department, CAL Fire TCU, and Sierra Conservation Center.

“These graduates have shown extraordinary resolve to overcome the unforeseen obstacles that came their way and remained focused on completion. Their superior effort needs to be commended. The entire Columbia College community is proud of the graduates!” said Dr. Santanu Bandyopadhyay, President of Columbia College.

The traditional Columbia College Fire Academy graduation ceremony cannot be observed under the current circumstances. Once the pandemic is over, an alternate for graduation will be decided upon and the graduates will be informed accordingly.

For further information contact Fire Academy Chief Shane Warner at (209) 588-5308 or Captain Andy VanHoogmoed at (209) 588-5153.

Columbia College Receives New Self Contained Breathing Apparatus

Columbia College is proud to announce that we have just received new Scott Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) for the Fire Technology Program. This personal protective gear will be used by Columbia College Fire Academy students in live fire training that is required by the State Fire Marshall’s Office to receive their Firefighter 1 certificate. This specialized gear is used in firefighting when firefighters enter into IDLH (Immediately Dangerous to Life and Health) conditions so they have compressed air to breathe that is provided by the SCBA.

 The Columbia College Fire Academy purchased 30 new SCBA packs along with 30 spare bottles to enhance the fire program at Columbia College. According to our vendor, AllStar Fire Equipment, these brand new SCBA packs are the first to be  purchased by a community college in California. They are X3 Pro SCBA packs, approved by National Fire Protection Association 1981/1982, 2018 edition, manufactured by Scott Safety. Columbia College purchased the packs at a discounted rate provided by Scott Safety to state agencies in accordance with a state contract. Fire academy students and instructors will use the new SCBA packs for manipulative training, skills testing, and live fire training.

The Columbia College Fire Academy goes through extensive training in a modular format that is broken up to include academic and manipulative training in three areas: Structure, Hazmat, and Wildland. Each module must be successfully completed with passing scores in order to complete the first part of the California Firefighter 1 Certification. After completing the Fire Academy, students are required to complete six months of full-time or one year of part-time field experience before applying to the state for Firefighter 1 Certification.

For further information contact Fire Academy Chief Shane Warner at 588-5308 or Captain Andy Van Hoogmoed at 588-5153.

Columbia College Fall 2019 President’s List

Columbia College has named 231 students to the fall 2019 semester President’s List.

This honor is reserved for students completing twelve or more units of coursework in a single semester at Columbia College and earning a cumulative grade point average between 3.5 and 4.0, with no grade lower than “C.”

The fall 2019 President’s List honorees are listed below by hometown. We are pleased to formally recognize their exceptional academic achievement.

Bailey Van Zant Altaville
Serenity Beardsley Angels Camp
Halee Davis Angels Camp
Katie Duquette Angels Camp
Halley Ellard Angels Camp
Brendan Fine Angels Camp
Isabel Hernandez Angels Camp
Isaac Jarman Angels Camp
Melanie McBride Angels Camp
Faith Mealing Angels Camp
Abigail Davis Arnold
Joseph Gantz Arnold
Ryan Miguel Arnold
Shannon Ryan Arnold
Anthony Munroe Big Oak Flat
Dominic Scipi Castro Valley
Tyler Orpurt Chinese Camp
Bradley Bourguet Columbia
Aaron David Columbia
Matthew Drake Columbia
Thomasine Lane Timmins Columbia
Marylee Nieves Columbia
Jackson Norton Columbia
Shileen Andico Copperopolis
Miranda Isaman Copperopolis
Caleb Young Copperopolis
Austin Pruitt Coulterville
Gabriel Ethier Davis
Grayson Carper Fresno
Patrick McGreevy Glencoe
Magali Alecio Groveland
Laura Hafer Groveland
Brandon Moakler Hollister
Patrick Bolger Hughson
Khouri Kling Jackson
Alyssa Darby Jamestown
Brett Dolan Jamestown
Dustin Donnelly Jamestown
Sonja Gion Jamestown
Lisa Morse Jamestown
Chelsea Nogales Jamestown
Francine Phillips Jamestown
Crystal Pombo Jamestown
Jaymie Roberts Jamestown
Sophia Stevens Jamestown
Karl Thalman Jamestown
Makayla Wheeler Jamestown
Melvin Wignall Jamestown
Isabel Harper La Grange
Greg Hardin Long Barn
Blake Osgood Manteca
Jessica Segale Mariposa
Malcolm Vincent Mariposa
Valerie Basso Merced
Suzanna Ellis Midpines
Owen Bardsley Modesto
Morgan Huston Modesto
Lena Schulke Modesto
Zoe Kelly Mountain Ranch
Carina Swann Mountain Ranch
Samuel Brauer Murphys
Shayanna Ducharme Murphys
Cole Madden Murphys
Jessica Ornelas Murphys
Katarina Riedel Murphys
Cristina Shockey Murphys
Elena Smith Murphys
Sydney Tonetti-Belton Murphys
Tyler Wieland Murphys
Zoe Devine Newport Beach
Seth Patterson North Fork
Jocelyn Burke Oakdale
Jesse Chavez Oakdale
Matthew Collier Oakdale
Kaitlyn Dickson Oakdale
Nathan Logan Oakdale
Alondra Machado Oakdale
Caden Nord Oakdale
Odalys Sanchez Silva Oakdale
Drew Warren Oakdale
Jodie Whitley Oakdale
Carly Baldwin Oakhurst
Gavin Walker Penngrove
Brennan Howard Pioneer
Rhapsody Cattedra Riverbank
Austin Hamann San Andreas
Paul Motiu San Andreas
Braden Stevens San Andreas
Sara Fisher San Jose
Joseph Accurso Sonora
Taylor Anderson Sonora
Tamara Avilla Sonora
Haley Baldwin Sonora
Elizabeth Beath Sonora
Molly Benincasa Sonora
Emilee Boese Sonora
Vincent Boyack Sonora
Daniel Burdick Sonora
Juleanne Therese Caballero Sonora
Alvin Rino Calindas Sonora
Cindy Costello Sonora
Mark Coulter Sonora
Shannon De La Maire Sonora
Ashlee Deaton Sonora
Kristina Delgadillo Sonora
Dylan Derringer Sonora
Lukas Doerzapf Sonora
Mitchel Drennan Sonora
Bailee Dutra Sonora
Alexis Elsey Sonora
Gabriel Fernandez Sonora
Aren Forster Sonora
Shelby Fosdick Sonora
Bethany Fowler Sonora
Alexia Franco Sonora
Rianyn Fraser Sonora
Brittney Gilles Sonora
Xochitl Gonzalez Sonora
Hollyann Guyer Sonora
Braden Hall Sonora
Andria Hansen Sonora
Hannah Harris Sonora
Bella Hatler Sonora
Natalie Hawks Sonora
Camryn Henley Sonora
Olivia Hunter-Mcelroy Sonora
Brendan Hurley Sonora
Ronnie Hursky Sonora
Chloe Johnson Sonora
Laura Jones Sonora
Daniel Lamendola Sonora
Dream Lange Sonora
Paul Lebourgeois Sonora
Evan Lopez Sonora
John Machado Sonora
Natasha Mayo Sonora
Jami McClenahan Sonora
Jessica McClintock Sonora
James McKeon Sonora
Julian Meza Sonora
Melissa Middlemiss Sonora
Kaitlyn Miller Sonora
Matthew Mills Sonora
Jenna Montgomery Sonora
Nathaniel Nye Sonora
Jill Oellrich Sonora
Savannah Oellrich Sonora
Virginia Oellrich Sonora
Carlo Ortiz Sonora
Emma Parola Sonora
Thomas Pietrowicz Sonora
Havilah Plaster Sonora
Eric Price Sonora
Stephany Randall Sonora
Ellana Reeves Sonora
Dominick Restivo Sonora
Karley Rojas-Vienneau Sonora
Ethan Scott Sonora
Georgia Sibley Sonora
Jaedyn Smith-Brown Sonora
Morgan St Pierre Sonora
Samantha Star Sonora
Kylie Stump Sonora
Eric Taylor Sonora
Kaylee Taylor Sonora
Kaarina Thompson Sonora
Christine Vandolah Sonora
Elizabeth Vass Sonora
Steven Von Berckefeldt Sonora
Anthony White-Ramos Sonora
Rebekah Whitley Sonora
Jada Williams Sonora
Seth Winham Sonora
Jacob Wozynski Sonora
Wyatt Wunder Sonora
Joshua Zubek Sonora
Adrianna Zuniga Sonora
Charlie Bendix Soulsbyville
Paul Bruce Soulsbyville
Levi Flores Soulsbyville
Krysta May Soulsbyville
Adam Norstrom Soulsbyville
Natalie Phillips Soulsbyville
Josiah Sponsler Soulsbyville
Madison Milligan Stockton
Alyshia Drake Sutter Creek
Bayley Maleske Sutter Creek
Sean Dyer Tracy
Brook Allen Tuolumne
William Antinetti Tuolumne
Tawnie Cox Tuolumne
Jordan Craddock Tuolumne
Grace Fulkerson Tuolumne
Sydney Grognet Tuolumne
Taylor Harrelson Tuolumne
Danika Lillie Tuolumne
Christopher Mantzouranis Tuolumne
Liam McKernan Tuolumne
Adam Sonnberger Tuolumne
David Taylor Tuolumne
Rachel Tyler Tuolumne
Calista Fields-Richardson Twain Harte
Matthew Francis Twain Harte
Russell Garcia Twain Harte
Christopher Goebel Twain Harte
Anastasia Hosek Twain Harte
Jacob Laurel Twain Harte
Americo Machado Twain Harte
Angelo Marcoccia Twain Harte
Forrest Marion Twain Harte
Joelle Ortmann Twain Harte
Ian Pinkney Twain Harte
Matthew Roberts Twain Harte
Chance Tillery Twain Harte
Jared Turner Twain Harte
Austin Walden Twain Harte
Blake Wright Twain Harte
Madeline Marshall Vallecito
Logan Arledge Valley Springs
Brittni Barrett Valley Springs
Clara Bobrycki Valley Springs
Abbie Gifford Valley Springs
Daniel Hill Valley Springs
Amy Jacobi Valley Springs
Cheyenne Lewis Valley Springs
Ahtziry Macias Valley Springs
Gregorio Montanez Valley Springs
Evan Stark Valley Springs
Trinity Walter Valley Springs
Caillou Watkins Valley Springs
Hailey Griffith Wilseyville


Symphony of the Sierra Winter Concert

The Symphony of the Sierra’s 2019 Winter Concert will be held at Columbia College in the Dogwood Forum, at 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, December 14. The orchestra is delighted to present works from the Late Renaissance through the Contemporary, beginning with Monteverdi’s beautiful Si hi’o vorrei morire. The repertoire will include Sousa’s The Gliding Girl, Stravinsky’s Danse Infernal and Berceuse & Finale from the Firebird Suite, Anderson’s Bugler’s Holiday, and seasonal favorites, Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas, Winter Wonderland, and more.

Doors open at 2:30 p.m. The concert is family friendly and admittance is free of charge.