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Dedication of New Bridge on Rail Road Flat Road
November 1, 2018



County Frog Jump Competion
May 15, 2019
Jack with Angles Camp Mayor, Amanda Folendorf and Hazel Turner who is holding the day's champion, The Promise of Paloma.

Peace Corps Volunteers
(from left: Kelsey Holmes from Public Health, Robin Davis from First 5 Calaveras, Judge Sanders, Colleen Denny-Garamendi and Jack Garamendi) at April 24, 2019 Light of Hope Ceremony.


Meeting in Sacramento with Insurance Commissioner
 Ricardo Lara on August 15, 2019 with community leaders from
Calaveras and Amador Counties.


Jack in the Lumberjack Day Parade in West Point October 6, 2018,
with the famous Golden Bear.

In November, Jack and other
residents cut the ribbon to reopen
a bridge in the district.

On August 23, Jack was in West
Point to discuss Hazard Tree
Removal Projects. 

Jack was a speaker and table sponsor
at the September 11 Chamber of Commerce State of the County Breakfast.

Mountain Ranch, August 10, 2018

The Mountain Ranch Youth Alliance (MRYA) & Resource Center hosted a community event for the grand opening of the Mountain Ranch Public Safety Sub-Station and the new MRYA commercial kitchen, which will be available for use by all community members.

Jack Garamendi, Sheriff Rick Di Basilio and Chef Stone, along with other county guests were invited for the ribbon-cutting event and a complimentary luncheon sponsored by Supervisor Garamendi.

The new sub-station will be staffed with volunteers from the Calaveras County Sheriff's office and personnel from the Central Calaveras Fire-Rescue Protection District.

Click here to see video of celebration.

Jack and Sheriff Rick DiBasillio were just a few of the speakers at the grand opening on Friday, August 10, of the new Mountain Ranch Public Safety Substation and MRYA Commercial Kitchen located at 7869 Whiskey Slide Road in Mountain Ranch Community Park.

Click here to watch the
 video of the celebration.


Sacramento, August 8, 2018
 Jack and other community members advocating to hold PG&E
responsible for fires they cause.


Lumberjack Day
October 7, 2017
Jack and the Golden California Bear participated in the 43rd Lumberjack Day celebration in West Point.
Below is the view of spectators
enjoying the parade.



"Independence Day in Mokelumne Hill is one of my favorite events of the year! Few things are as much fun as building a float, loading it up with nieces, nephews, cousins and kids from the community and being in a parade celebraing this great nation!" - Jack

Jack held town hall meetings to discuss issues important to District 2 - topics like banning or regulating commercial cannabis, the continued Butte Fire Recovery process, tree mortality and our economy.

 March 22, 2017 - Mountain Ranch

 March 21, 2017 - Moke Hill 
March 23, 2017 - West Point


On March 23, Jack discussed the pros and cons of Measure B at he Calaveras Senior Center. 

~ NOTE ~

On Tuesday, March 28, 2017, a visiting Superior Court judge ruled to strike Measure B, the initiative that set out to ban the commercial cannabis industry throughout the county, from the scheduled May 2 all-mail election.
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Fifty-three community members braved the rain storm on February 20 to participate in an engaged, practical and dynamic conversation regarding the future of a revitalized Mountain Ranch community. 


  Jack and his wife, Colleen, celebrated with Mark and Sue Rueger, owners
of Renegade Winery in Mokelumne Hill, as they were recognized as the 2016 Entrepreneur of the Year at the
Calaveras Chamber of Commerce
event on January 27.



On March 2, Jack was sworn into the Board of the Sierra Nevada Conservancy (SNC) as representative for the Calaveras Board of Supervisors. The SNC initiates, encourages and supports efforts that improve the environmental, economic and social well-being of the Sierra Nevada Region

Jack attended the Lumberjack Days Fundraiser on January 28 in West Point before dropping in at the Lion's Club fundraiser in Mokelumne Hill.

The election is over, and now the really hard work begins - representing the 
residents of District 2 and making choices that benefit Calaveras County. 
If you have questions, concerns or comments, please contact Jack


January 3, 2017
Jack, Gary Tofanelli, and Dennis Mills being sworn in as the in-coming supervisors.

Jack with Senator Galgiani
Jack with State Senator Cathleen Galgiani
at swearing in on January 3, 2017.



County Clerk-Recorder, Rebecca Turner administering the Oath of Office to Jack
at the swearing in ceremony.


Previous Gallery Pictures from the 2016 Campaign



Jack attended the ceremony to dedicate the Butte Fire Memorial Wall, which is made from surviving articles from the devastating September 2015 fire.
Jack speaking at the Mountain Ranch
Community dinner in November 2016.

Jack and the Garamendi Family in the 
Mokelumne Hill July 4th Parade, 2016.
Friends and family gathered to stuff envelopes for the first mailing of the campaign. The letter introduced Jackto the district, summarized his ideas, and invited voters to contact him to 
discuss their concerns.

On February 4, Jack talked with voters in 
West Point at the Veteran's Hall. He shared his vision and listened to their ideas.



Jack met with voters at his campaign 
kick-off January 23. He had the opportunity to talk with residents throughout the district 
to hear their concerns, answer questions, and discuss 
priorities for, not only District 2, but the entire county.


 On February 21, Jack met with voters in 
Rail Road Flat. He continues to listen to the concerns of the voters and many have expressed their support for his campaign.

The group that met on February 27 in 
Moke Hill enthusiastically shared what 
they believe the priorities of District 2 
and the county should be.


Jack was in Sheep Ranch February 28, as
he continues to meet with voters 
throughout the district.

Jack met with voters at the historic Costa Store in Calaveritas on March 5. He's learning that residents care about the County and are looking for leaders who will protect the health, safety and well-being of the community.

"Respect for the Past, Vision for the Future"


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