To connect and create opportunities for the residents of Badger, Pinehurst, and Miramonte
To enrich our foothill communities and bring enhanced
value and joy to mountain life.
We are re-opening!!
We have been closed down for many months but are eager to get back to having activities here at the Center again. We are officially opening on July 3! See the information below.
We also have several activities in June before this official opening. Check the Gazette tab to see our current newsletter with all of that information!
Oct. 2020:The Jordans & Amelia put up our new banner! Looking good!!
Breakfast tickets are $10 each, $5 for children 10 & under. No tickets are needed for the Auction.
You can purchase tickets by emailing
to tell us how many are coming, and by then clicking on the Donate button below. This will allow you to pay via PayPal or by credit or debit card.
You don't need a PayPal account to pay online, however during the process they may ask if you want to set up an account. Tickets can be purchased on the day of, but purchasing tickets in advance will help us know how much food to prepare!
Photos of the Center
The Sequoia Community Center is a Non-Profit 501©(3) on the site of the former Sierra School at 50151 Whitaker Forest Road, Badger CA 93603. A school has been on this site for over 100 years in one form or another and now the current building and grounds are transformed into a community center serving the local communities of Badger, Miramonte and Pinehurst. The school is owned by the Cutler-Orosi Joint Unified School District which is generously allowing us to use the premises for only $1 a month, with the understanding that it is run by a non-profit organization that organizes activities that educate and provide services that benefit the entire community
These are photos of the Center, a beautiful facility that we are so lucky to have for our communities! There is one very large room with a stage at one end and a project area at the other, an office, kitchen, and library, three bathrooms (one for handicapped) a playground, large sports field, covered picnic area, and two brick buildings down the hill that used to be bus barns.