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Roni Jo Castillo a renaissance woman.
Gavilan College celebrates 100 years of education.
GIRLOY PROVES TO BE PROUD & STRONG
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Save the Date
Kenneth Christopher of Christopher Ranch hosted a dinner at his beautiful home on Saturday July 28th following the 40th Annual Gilroy Garlic Festival. The guest of honor was Congressman Jimmy Panetta. The outstanding five course experience was catered by local Chef Carlos Pineda and his amazing team from Rebekah Children's Services and Kneaded.
Rebekah's Children Services hosted "The Squeeze" on Saturday, July 21st at the Uesugi Farms in San Martin.
The Country Music Festival included music by the Cripple Creek Band, Bull Ride competitions, Dancing, Food and Beverages.
Christopher Ranch was the Premier Sponsor for the event. All proceeds raised at The Squeeze will directly benefit the programs RCS provides to over 3,000 children and families each year.
Put on your dancing boots and grab some giddyup for the Evening at the Ranch. Dance to music provided by the Patty Kistner Band.
There will be hayride under the stars and lots of room to kick up your heels. Chuckwagon, drinks and a saddle full of surprises.