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May 10 –Tomorrow’s Art Leaders Today workshop with Erik Gonzalez,the Urbanists and Center for Cultural Innovation at the Arts Consortium from 6 to 8 p.m. Check out the brief synopsis and RSVP on the Urbanists’ web site for this informative workshop. Visit www.artsconsortium.org for more info. May 11-12 – Valley Oak Quilt Guild will meet […]

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Children’s exhibits highlight art and mental health

@TheSunGazette visalia – The Family Resource Center’s (FRC) Children’s Art Show and Open House brings families together to celebrate Mental Health Month and highlights mental health issues encourage education and acceptance. These exciting bilingual and bicultural events focus on the introduction to art, mental health, and wellness to children and their families. The event will […]

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Woodlake educators split the title of Grand Marshal

@TheSunGazette woodlake – Two cattle ranchers who found second careers raising the youth of Woodlake will share the title of Grand Marshal for the 64th annual Woodlake Lions Rodeo. David “Doc” Harrow and Sandy Crawford have spent the last quarter century or more educating students’ minds and spirits from infants to adolescents. While Harrow didn’t […]

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Story ends latest Woodlake Rodeo chapter as Queen

By Amy C. Witt @AmyCWitt_SGN woodlake – While every girl dreams of being crowned a princess or queen, Kelsey Story has been working hard for her dream since she was 10. That was the age when she began riding horses with her father, Earl, who showed cutting horses. In 2015, she won the Senior division […]

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Racing Against Cancer

@TheSunGazette exeter – The American Cancer Society (ACS) is in need of volunteers to cover all of the ride requests that are coming in for Tulare County. To help cancer patients get the critical care they need without additional stress, the ACS Road to Recovery Program helps to provide free transportation to and from treatment […]

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Relay event fighting ‘Dirty’ against cancer

By Amy C. Witt @AmyCWitt_SGN exeter – For the first time, the Dirty Poppas band will rock n’ roll this year’s Exeter Relay for Life. On Saturday, May 20th from 5-7 p.m. at the main stage , the band will move and groove the crowd with classic rock and a mixture of country tunes. The […]

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Run for a cure on your own time

@TheSunGazette exeter – There will be no start gun shots or nervous, pre-race jitters at the starting line. In fact, there’s not even an official starting line. For the first time, the Exeter Relay for Life will be hosting a Virtual Half Marathon giving the community a chance to support a good cause while running, […]

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Signing Up Survivors

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN exeter – With the ninth annual Exeter Relay for Life just around the corner the town is a buzz with excitement. Relay centers around cancer survivor’s and the inspiration they provide to those who have been newly diagnosed with cancer. Each year the event opens with a Survivor’s Lap, a time […]

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Tagging in more Relayers

@TheSunGazette exeter — Tag. You’re it. The Exeter Relay For Life has changed the name of its pre-Relay promotional event from Paint the Town Purple to Tag the Town Tuesdays. The name change reflects an emphasis on getting the community to participate in the event rather than just telling them its coming up, said Keri […]

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WHAT IS RELAY FOR LIFE? COME AND FIND OUT

@TheSunGazette exeter – Every one of us has been touched by cancer. Whether it is a relative who died before we were old enough to remember or a child taken too young, cancer continues to kill 7.6 million people around the world each year. The statistics might seem overwhelming but there is strength in numbers […]

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