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2019 Wild West Fundraiser!

Our annual fundraiser is coming soon! Mark your calendar for Saturday, April 27th, 2019 from 1-5 PM! This is a fabulous event put on by the entire Fort Hope Community and is not something you want to miss!     Your ticket purchase includes: Fabulous food like our famous “Heart Attack” tri-tip sandwiches, Doc Burnstein’s…

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Arroyo Grande Jr. Sportsman Adventure Day

KIDS, ARE YOU READY FOR A GREAT DAY OUTDOORS?  THEN COME JOIN US FOR THE ARROYO GRANDE SPORTSMAN’S CLUB’S 23rd ANNUAL KIDS’ OUTDOOR ADVENTURE DAY! Enjoy *fishing, *archery, *panning for gold, *an air rifle gallery *candle making and more! WHEN: SATURDAY, May 18, 2019 or SUNDAY, May 19, 2019 WHERE: Fort Hope in Arroyo Grande.  Once Your Application is approved,…

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Fort Hope Mid-State Bank Update

Fort Hope Bank Update Work on the Fort Hope Branch of Mid-State Bank has moved right along.  The vault door is installed but has no gold in it just yet.  Waiting for the big “strike” at the mine. The change of the name of the bank was to call attention to the history of Mid-State…

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Exciting New Developments

Many people have asked recently, How is Fort Hope Doing? Here is a list of exciting new developments: The list of supporters and visitors of Fort Hope is growing, and Fort Hope is able to do more and more all the time! Thank you to all of our faithful supporters and volunteers. As you can see, Fort…

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October Fun At The Fort

October 16, 2010 Family Care Network Inc. took the trip funded by the May 2 fundraiser. October 23, 2010, Big Brothers Big Sisters and Boys and Girls Club of SLO County came with their leaders Sarah Rudd, and Heidi Miller, funded by the Hind Foundation. The Hind foundationsupports preserving cultural heritage and non-profit, volunteer run organizations. October 24, 2010, God’s Haven for Children came…

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Angel Tree Ministries

September 12, 2010 Angel Tree Ministries took the trip funded by Pozo River Vigilances Committee (Also known as “the fast shooters”). Angel Tree Ministries is an organization that reaches out to children whose parents are incarcerated. The Pozo River Vigilances Committee does reenactments of shootouts for events such as the Fort Hope fundraisers Visit http://www.prvccowboy.com/

May / June Visiting Schools

May 26, June 2 and 9, 2010 the third and fourth grade classes from David J. Sanchez elementary school came with their teachers Mrs. Diaz, Mr. “Ike”- James Ikenoyama, and Mrs. Grennan. June 7, 2010 a group from Oceano Elementary School came with their teacher Cheryl Krause, funded by the Altrusa Cinco Ciudades Foundation. Both…

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