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Free service keeps seniors ‘In Touch’

NewsUSA Approximately 60 percent of adults aged 65 and older living alone or in care facilities receive no regular visitors, according to recent studies. Loneliness is a challenge for older adults, especially during the holidays. Some may have no close relatives; others may have family members and friends too far away to visit regularly. A […]

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Kids camp presents ‘The Lion King Experience’

@TheSunGazette visalia – The Lion King Experience summer camp began this June with the help of the Tulare County Office of Education Theatre Company. While students are hard at work, parents, teachers and friends are getting ready to attend their June 30 performance at 7 p.m. With their recently developed theater skills, the children will […]

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Passing through the park made easy

@TheSunGazette@TheSunGazette sequoia and kings canyon ntl parks  – Sure, most visit the parks conveniently located nearby to take a step out of their daily grind, unplug and enjoy nature. But before visitors turn their phone off for the day, they may just want to use it for an easier entrance. Instead of waiting in a […]

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Community Calendar

June June 23-July 2- Visalia Community Players’ production of The Buddy Holiday Story at The Ice House Theatre, 410 E. Race Ave. in Visalia. June 23-24, 30 and July 1 shows will begin at 7:30 p.m.; 2 p.m. matinee shows on June 25 and July 2. For more info, visit www.visaliaplayers.org. June 24 – PRIDE […]

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Arts Visalia hosts summer events

@TheSunGazette visalia – Arts Visalia will host multiple events and programs this summer. July’s events include an exhibit for artists who utilize repurposed materials and art classes for both children and adults. August will feature an art exhibit exclusively for children. The Form and Function Repurposed exhibit features four artists who utilize repurposed materials to […]

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Community Calendar

June 14 – Exeter Lions Club commemorates 100 years of the Lions International on Flag Day at 4 p.m. at Mixter Park in downtown Exeter. There will be a dedication of the new flagpole and barbecued hot dogs and hamburgers. The whole community is invited. June 24 – PRIDE Visalia, hosted by The Source LGBT+ […]

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Ommen’s latest book reveals county’s wild past

@TheSunGazette visalia – It’s hard to believe Tulare County was once filled with bandits instead of farmland and orange trees. Historian Terry Ommen’s book “Visalia: Images of Visalia and Wild Tulare County” is sure to remind you of the county’s colorful past. Ommen has studied Visalia’s history for over 30 years. His research has resulted […]

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Exeter councilman adds two more to family

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN exeter – At some point in life you realize that your parents are not special. They may be better at navigating through life than others, but somewhere along the line you realize that they are just like everyone else trying to survive. And like you, they make mistakes, fall on their […]

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Color Vibe Canceled

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN visalia – For many the chance to get out and run in a 5K is a fun and leisurely event, not to mention the chance to support a local charity or business with the proceeds is an added bonus. Unfortunately, there will be one less 5K to participate in this summer. […]

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Community Calendar

June 8 – Visalia’s 2017 Annual Awards Celebration – Small, Medium, Large, & Agri-Business of the Year, Non-Profit of the Year, Man & Woman of the Year, Emerging Leaders Recognition. Tickets: $75 per person or $600 for a table of Eight. Time: 6-10:30p.m. at the Convention Center. For more info, visit www.visaliachamber.org/annual-awards. June 8 – […]

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