SONORA — A Nov. 23 dinner in Sonora will benefit ranchers who lost cattle, fencing, cabins and other property to the Rim fire, which burned 257,314 acres in and near the Stanislaus National Forest.
The Country Cowboy Church has organized the benefit, which will feature barbecued tri-tip and chicken, a raffle, a live auction and entertainment by the Sierra Mountain Band. It will be at 5 p.m. at the Mother Lode Fairgrounds, off Highway 49-108 at the west end of town.
The $30 tickets can be bought at www.countrycowboychurch.com and at these Tuolumne County locations: Banks Glass, Bolton Feed, Hurst Ranch Feed & Fencing, LetR Buck Western Wear, Pac-N-Copy in the Junction, Sonora Feed & Supply, Tractor Supply Co., Tuolumne County Visitors Bureau and Vacation Station.
To donate an item for the raffle or auction, contact Leslie Hunt at (209) 768-7581 or email email@example.com.