Sherry Kingsford is the Working Woman!

Sherry Kingsford

Listen to what Sherry’s daughter Heather has to say about her mom!

 Check out these goodies she’ll get…. (scroll down & click on website!)


Black Oak Casino $40.00 certificate to dine at: The Mill, The Kingpins Eatery, or the Black Oak Cafe, plus $5.00 in free slot play added to the Working Woman’s account.


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Abbey Carpet will provide a $25.00 gift certificate.



Sonora Dentist

The Sonora Dentist Practice of Dr. Paul Berger treating the special lady to an Exam and Teeth whiting with a $299.00 value.



A 30 Day membership to MBS Fitness Studio in East Sonora. Go for Yoga, TRX training or Mommy & Me classes…but Go for your good health!

The House that Inspired the phrase “Keeping Up With The Joneses”!

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This photo provided by Maltz Auctions shows Wyndclyffe Castle in Rhinebeck, N.Y. The dilapidated mansion in upstate New York believed to have inspired the phrase “Keeping up with the Joneses” is on the auction block. The mansion was built in 1853 in Rhinebeck as the country house of Manhattan socialite Elizabeth Schermerhorn Jones, a member of a wealthy family and aunt of American novelist Edith Wharton. The property’s elegance is said to have prompted owners of nearby Hudson Valley estates to build even bigger mansions, giving birth to the idiom “Keeping up with the Joneses.” (Maltz Auctions via AP) THE ASSOCIATED PRESS



  If you thought having an identity crisis was something only humans deal with…well…not so…

 A cat from New Zealand named Steve apparently thinks he is a lamb. When Steve was eight months old his owners took in a small flock of orphan lambs. Next thing they knew Steve started spending time outside with the flock, and appears to have been accepted by the lambs as they follow him around the yard mimicking his every move.

What was the 1st Car?


Answer: Designed, built and patented by Karl Benz in 1886, the Benz Patent-Motorwagen is universally recognized as the first internal combustion automobile. In 1926, Karl Benz and Gottlieb Daimler would join forces and company’s, creating Daimler-Benz, later Mercedes-Benz.