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“Take a stand with us” on Sunday, October 25 from 11:00 am – 2:00 pm. The 14th Annual drive through lemonade and bake stand put on by Kids Taking a Stand will be held at David’s Pizza in Lincoln Center. A day where many amazing children from our community gather to raise funds for numerous local breast cancer...
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By Dr. Christopher Chyu of UCSF Pediatric Cardiology In an ongoing mission to provide Caring, Healing, Teaching and Discovering, one of the goals of UCSF Health is to provide resources and access to subspecialty care locally for communities throughout Northern California. The UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital, through its Pediatric Heart Center, has recently expanded its...
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A STORY OF PERSEVERANCE AND HEART By Ariel Armanino Only hours after Brooklyn Bertilacchi was born, she was flown via helicopter to UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland. Here, she would begin her lifelong relationship with the hospital’s amazing doctors, nurses, and staff. Much to her family’s surprise, Brooklyn was born with a congenital heart defect...
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By Ariel Armanino As one of San Joaquin County’s longest standing non-profit organizations, the Emergency Food Bank of Stockton has spent the last 51 years fighting hunger in our community. According to Executive Director Mary Lucero, the mission of this vital organization is “to build a stronger community by providing healthy food, nutrition education, and...
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By Ariel Armanino Started in 1978, the Child Abuse Prevention Council (CAPC) was formed as a result of the tragic, high-profile child abuse case of 3-year-old LeTanya Smith. What started as a small organization has now grown into a 16-million-dollar non-profit agency that runs over 20 programs—all committed to preventing child abuse, ensuring safety, and...
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BY DANI SCHENONE How two community non-profits are combining forces October is Breast Caner Awareness Month, and we want to honor this month by featuring (GCRM), a decades-old nonprofit dedicated to the long-term recovery of the homeless men, women and children of San Joaquin County, serving all, regardless of religious beliefs, ethnicity, sexual orientation or...
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Revealing the rich heritage of our region. A 20,000-gallon redwood tank. A J.I. Case Vineyard Special tractor from 1929. Stockton founder Charles Weber’s first home. These are just a few of the items showcased by the San Joaquin County Historical Museum (SJCHM). Along with them are 50,000 other items representative of the rich history of...
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The mission of the San Joaquin county nonprofit Ready to Work (RTW) is clear: to help those who are experiencing homelessness change their situation for the better. According to RTW Executive Director Jonathan Mendelson, the nonprofit fills a gap in the local response to homelessness. Their target segment is the male population, a population Mendelson...
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Thirteen Local High School Seniors Receive Scholarships from Lincoln Center With a record number of scholarships given in one single year, the 2018-19 high school seniors of San Joaquin County made it extremely difficult to make a decision. We were honored to meet our recipients during our luncheon at Squeeze Burger at the end of March....
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Both a literature lover’s dream and incredible non-profit organization, Friends of the Stockton Public Library is a local gem that is chalked full of great reads and loads of heart. The used bookstore is nestled in the heart of North Stockton at Parkwoods Shopping Center and was initially created to help raise funds for the...
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