Merced County Mosquito Abatement District

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Merced County Mosquito Abatement District

Rhiannon Jones, General Manager

3478 Beachwood Drive Merced

For more information call: (209) 722-1527

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The purpose of the Merced County Mosquito Abatement District is to provide areawide mosquito control, prevent mosquito-borne disease, and reduce economic loss and discomfort from pestiferous mosquitoes.  

Our team is available to present at functions such as Lion's Club or Rotary Club meetings as well as provide educational booths for events such as fairs or festivals.

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CASA of Merced County

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CASA of Merced County

Executive Director Cathie Lancaster

2824 Park Ave Suite A Merced

For more information call:(209) 722-2272

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CASA of Merced Country recruits and trains community citizens to act as advocates for the best interests of a child in foster care.

A CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) is a trained volunteer who is appointed by the Judge to represent the "voice of a child" in the court system.

Merced County Republican Party Central Committee


Merced County Republican Party Central Committee

Chairman Brian Raymond, Vice Chairman Sheila Whitley

Po Box 3826 Merced

For more information call:(209) 8197775

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Please describe your organization - - - -What We Believe:

We believe the strength of our nation lies with the individual and that each person’s dignity, freedom, ability, and responsibility must be honored.

We believe in equal rights, equal justice and equal opportunity for all, regardless of race, creed, sex, age or disability.

We believe free enterprise and encouraging individual initiative have brought this nation opportunity, economic growth and prosperity.

We believe government must practice fiscal responsibility and allow individuals to keep more of the money they earn.

We believe the proper role of government is to provide for the people only those critical functions that cannot be performed by individuals or private organizations and that the best government is that which which governs least.

We believe the most effective, responsible and responsive government is government closest to the people.

We believe Americans must retain the principles that have made us strong while developing new and innovative ideas to meet the challenges of changing times.

We believe Americans value and should preserve our national strength and pride while working to extend peace, freedom and human rights throughout the world.

Finally, we believe the Republican Party is the best vehicle for translating these ideals into positive and successful principles of government

Golden Valley Cardinal Regime Band Boosters


Golden Valley Cardinal Regime Band Boosters

Golden Valley Cardinal Regime

2121 Child's AveMerced

For more information call: (209) 9104827

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The Golden Valley Cardinal Regime has realized continual and steady growth since its birth in 1995. The Band Boosters, through the efforts of parents, guardians, and community members, are dedicated to supporting the work of the Director of Bands as he provides students with a quality music education.

The Boosters' primary role is fundraising as a non-profit organization.

You may visit the Band Boosters tab in order to keep current on general Band and Music program activities, Band Booster Meeting information, and Fundraising information.

El Capitan Leo Club

El Capitan Leo Club

  • Diana Moua as President
  • Kaser Thao as VP
  • Madeline Xiong as Secretary
  • Emilie Yang as Co-Sec
  • Udee Moua as Treasurer
  • Stephanie Vang as Historian
  • Estefani Chavez Rivera as Public Relations
  • Joua Thao as webmaster
  • Nouky Thao & Adam Lor as Sergeant of Arms
  • Nicky Lor as Freshmen Rep

100 Farmland, Merced, CA 95348

For more information call: 209 756-7065.
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We are a non-profit organization looking to help the community any way possible!

UC Merced Writing Project

UC Merced Writing Project

Dr. Pauline Sahakian

5200 North Lake Road Merced

For more information call:(209) 381-6559

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The UC Merced Writing Project, or "UCMWP", is a collaborative program of the University of California, Merced, and Merced County school districts, dedicated to improving writing and the teaching of writing at all grade levels and in all disciplines.

The UCMWP works as a growing network of exemplary classroom teachers, kindergarten through university, who conduct professional development programs for teachers and administrators and engage in their own professional development through continued reading, writing, and research.

The UCMWP is considered a site of the California Writing Project and an affiliate of the National Writing Project. Teachers who attend our programs find that our professional development model of “teachers teaching teachers” provides hands-on experiences focused on building teacher knowledge and valuing teacher expertise.

Providing ongoing professional development in literacy and the teaching of writing for student success is the sole goal of the WritingProject. The UCMWP believes that knowing how to write well — to express, explain, argue — is a powerful predictor of success not only in college but also in the world of work. This belief has long been corroborated by researchers in both academic and public forums and served as the impetus for the birth of the National Writing Project which grew out of the 1974 Bay Area Writing Project in Berkeley.

Rotary Club of Winton Nuevo Latino

Rotary Club of Winton Nuevo Latino

Vicky Solis, President

7093 Walnut Ave


For more information call: (209) 643-5347

The vision of the Rotary Club of Winton Nuevo Latino is to have a strong, healthy, educated and vibrant community committed to the success of one another.

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Merced County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Merced County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Salvador Vazquez

800 W 20th St, STE D,  Merced

(209) 384-9537

The Hispanic Chamber is fundamentally about assisting businesses in maximizing their marketing profile into a local economy.

From a business development perspective, this translates into retaining existing businesses and encouraging their expansion while attracting new business into Merced County.

(MCCV) MARINES: Central California Veterans

(MCCV) MARINES: Central California Veterans

R.R Villegas, Jr. (MCCV) Coordinator & Co-Founder

Post Office Box 3944  Merced

For more information call: (209) 726-5308

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Mission Statement:  Said Committee is formed of local Marines and Independent of any other Organization.

Its Main Goal is to protect Marine Corps Heritage and to provide a Safe & Clean Environment for Marine Corps Traditional Events in our Area. 

The purpose is to Organize a better Foundation for Serving our Marine Brotherhood and being an Active Veterans Group within our Community. 

We are open to assist all Veterans by maintaining and constantly updating our Knowledge and Connections with other Veterans Groups. 

Always Striving to be a Positive Influence, We will continue in our Education and Commitment to Marines, Veterans and Community.

Merced Bicycle Coalition

Merced Bicycle Coalition

Justin Hicks, Chair

731 E Yosemite Ave, Ste B # 427 Merced

For more information call:(909) 709-6980

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We're a local non-profit with a goal of: "Making our community safer, our air cleaner and our citizens healthier by promoting bicycling as a safe and normal means of everyday transportation and recreation."

South Pacific Dance Company

South Pacific Dance Company

Rebecca Manandic

2400 Martin Luther King Jr. Way


For more information call:(209) 383-1435

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South Pacific Dance Company is announcing open enrollment for students - girls and guys, ages 4 - adult in traditional dance, music and culture of the islands of Hawaii and Tahiti.

Here in the central Valley for over 35 years, the dance company performs for many community events, local Senior homes, fraternal organizations and corporate Luaus. I

f you are interested in the islands, would be interested in learning performance skills, want to get some exercise or would like to meet some really nice people, come on over and try a free class.

Wayward Ponies’ Home, Inc.

 Katsuro & Lou Ann Exum Sakaki; Mary Exum Griffin, Directors

 PO Box 336, Catheys Valley CA 95306

For Information Call: 209-742-6808

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Wayward Ponies’ Home is a small equine sanctuary, established as a 501(c)3 in 2009. Our mission is to provide a permanent home for a limited number of horses and ponies and to promote compassionate care for all.

Merced ShakespeareFest

Merced ShakespeareFest

Heike Hambley

Address/City 28 W. 27th St., Merced, Ca.95340

For Information Call: (209) 723-3265

For Information Email:

Website of Organization

Merced Shakespearefest provides Free Shakespeare in the Park every August and a classic Shakespeare play every winter to reasonable prices.

The Alliance Small Business Development Center (SBDC)


UC Merced Venture Lab

1735 M Street, Suite 111
Merced, CA 95340
(209) 386-1008
Open Monday – Friday, 8:00am – 5:00pm

Who is the SBDC?

The Alliance Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is a member of the UC Merced Regional SBDC Network in cooperation with the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). Our mission is to assist entrepreneurs and business owners through free business counseling and research and low-cost training.

Whether a start-up business or an established company, we provide planning, counseling and resources in all areas of operating a business.
Expert help is available through one-on-one sessions, workshops & seminars, our extensive website resources, and professional research support.
Established in 1992 as Valley Sierra Small Business Development Center, in 2003 we became part of the Stanislaus Economic Development And Workforce Alliance. We assist entrepreneurs and new businesses with start-up procedures, regulations, to help secure funding.

We assist existing businesses in all aspects of operation, management and expansion. Our expert professional consultants are here to help you resolve your business challenges from everyday issues to the most technical of business problems.

Why use the SBDC?

Because there’s a lot to know about operating a business. A company can significantly increase its chance of success with proactive planning and on-going education.

In other words, know what you have to do and where you are going with your business. The SBDC offers extensive resources to help you understand the business challenges and help you plan for your future success.