FREE Health Screening Taste the Flavor of Fairmead and
Enter our Salsa (chili) Contest Food, Activities, Music, Raffles! For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org
A SPECIAL THANK YOU to Jose Arrezola and Lori Gardner from the Madera County Health Department who initiated the Fairmead survey/Health Fair project and Andrea Lopez from UC Merced who coordinated the Fairmead Survey on this day with the 24 volunteer students who conducted the Fairmead survey. It was a great day with the salsa contest, raffles and Fairmead Friends!
THANK YOU to all organizations who came out to share their information at our Fairmead Community Health Fair on 10/21/17. Chowchilla Library, Deaf and Disabled Telecommunications Program (DDTP), Grid Alternatives, American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), Leadership Counsel for Justice & Accountability, Central Valley Opportunity Center (CVOC), Madera County Sheriff’s Office, UC Merced Students, Madera First Five.
At Fairmead Community & Friends February 22, 2016 community meeting more than 20 Fairmead community children ages 6 years to 14 years old performed a brief presentation to recognize African American individuals who played an important part in our history. All children who participated received an award of books, pencils and treats.
Guest speakers/Fairmead residents included Fred Gaines, Bob Tate, Yolanda Bustillos-Gomez and Barbara Brown Steele. The speakers shared their happy remembrances of living in the Fairmead community years ago. They also shared their wisdom of the importance of going to school, working hard and being proud of the community they live in.
Fairmead resident Betty Williams presented the poem “The Negro Mother” by Langston Hughes. Fairmead Friend Crystal Fletcher lead the group in singing the official National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) “Lift Every Voice and Sing” by James Weldon Johnson.
Dinner was a potluck of Southern dishes made by Fairmead residents and Fairmead Community & Friends and prepared for more than 80 community guests.
Join us at our Fairmead Community Flea Market Fundraiser!
One man’s trash is another man’s treasure!
MAKE MONEY SELLING those items hanging around your house you really don’t want any more OR BUY more to add to your collection. $ 5 vendor spaces. Call for more details.
Sat. April 18, 2015 • 9:00 am – 12:00 pm “Women of Faith” and Fairmead Community & Friends will be hosting a free clothing and small household items giveaway at Galilee Missionary Baptist Church – 22491 Fairmead Blvd. in Fairmead.
FREE hot dogs and other goodies too! If you would like to donate gently used clothing for kids, men and women or need more info, please contact Barbara (559) 665-0848.
You want culture? Joins us at The Madera Coalition for Community Justice’s 19th Annual Interfaith Intercultural Festival on Thurs. January 29th from 4:30pm – 6:30pm at the Madera Fairgrounds. Fairmead Community & Friends will be there with a booth representing Fairmead’s history. It’s a FREE family event with food, music, dance and cultural exhibits!
Sell your used/new household items, tools, clothes, toys, books, plants, crafts, etc.
Come down to rent a space for $15 and sell all those odds and ends laying around.
If you don’t want to sell items just come that day to eat, browse around and buy more odds and ends.
Fairmead community is right off Hwy 99, 4 miles south of Chowchilla.
Snacks and beverages will be available through Fairmead Community & Friends committee, funds go toward Fairmead’s Centennial events on Saturday, June 2, 2012.
For vendor space reservation and more details email email@example.com
Saturday, February 18, 2012, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm at Fairmead Elementary School. We’re selling Tacos & Nachos lunches, eat here or get a TO GO plate. We’ll also have a raffle with prizes and fun entertainment. Raffle tickets are $1 each lunches are $3 and $5.
All proceeds go towards Fairmead’s 100th year Celebration on June 2, 2012. Donations greatly appreciated and are tax deductible, email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
The December 10th Christmas Gathering was a fun event with over 150 residents from the community attending. The Fairmead Elementary band played to entertain our residents for the afternoon, the raffle was exciting especially for the grand prize winner of the 32″ flat screen TV! THANK YOU to Jose Bustillos for stepping up to be our Santa Claus for the Fairmead children.