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Issue 22

fitnesshealthIssue 22

By Jacqui D. Sinarle Whether you’re a serious athlete or you just want to have fun, there’s some type of unique foot race in the Central Valley for you — and most local color runs, mud races and obstacle courses include events that are designed just for kids! Check out

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featured-hidden-talentshidden talentsIssue 22

PEOPLE NORMALLY KNOW ME AS… Warehouse Operations Manager for Second Harvest  Food Bank BUT WHAT THEY DON’T KNOW IS THAT… I am Worship Leader and Choir Director at Revival Center Pentecostal Church in Modesto, where I sing. I GOT STARTED WITH MY HIDDEN TALENT WHEN… I was very young, probably

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By Anne Marie H. Bergthold Turlock has a new option for defining your physique. Co-owners Stacy Aguila and Amy Radcliffe have opened Barre Defined, the first barre fitness studio in the Central Valley. “We had not been able to locate this type of fitness or the overall experience we were

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aestheticsarts and culturefeatured-aestheticsinspiring spacesIssue 22

By Michele Laverty The Farm to Table movement comes home at Bloomingcamp Ranch. Once a sheep farm where hundreds of sheep grazed pasture land the ranch became known as the place for fresh produce and even fresher baked goods. Founders Bill & Joy Bloomingcamp began planting almond and walnut trees

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