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Dinuba

by Aimee Lewis



Ever wanted to start your own business? Ever wonder if you could? Well, six years ago young entrepreneur Sandy Gonzalez from Dinuba, California, made her dream come true when she started her own clothing line, Abuel in the Golden Age. Sandy is 20 years old, and now attends FIDM (The Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising) in Los Angeles, California.

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by Brandi Nuse- Villegas



The Dinuba High School Drama Department invites you to take a “hilarious romp through Hollywood” with Shakespeare in their production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Thursday, March 31 through Sunday, April 3 at the DHS Hellbaum Auditorium, 340 E. Kern St., Dinuba. Shows are at 7:00 p.m.

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Another Side of Missions

IN THE January 8 ISSUE

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andHelping Hands,
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by Brandi Nuse-Villegas



Dinuba native Jason Naylor is setting off on a new adventure in missions.However, his adventure may be different than what many people imagine missions to be, reflecting a growing field that is embracing a multitude of talents and new skill to accomplish its goals.

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by Diana Bulls



On any given Tuesday morning people start gathering at the First Assembly of God Church in Dinuba, and by 9:00 a.m. the social hall is filled. Pastors Don Hall and Roland De LaCerda welcome the people and share the gospel message for the day; then volunteers begin to hand out loaves of bread—it’s all part of the Bread of Life Ministry.

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by Lorie Lewis Ham & Jessica Ham



If you love Harry Potter, you can’t miss Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1! This movie is based on the first half of the final book in J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter saga, with part 2 scheduled to come out next year.

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Wizard of Oz to be Performed in Dinuba

IN THE October 20 ISSUE

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by Brandi Nuse-Villegas


You know the shoes. The songs. The flying monkeys. However, this fall, the “Wizard Of Oz” is coming to the Dinuba High School stage with a new look and the talent of Dinuba’s brightest actors. The community production is November 6 through 9

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Reedley High School Pirates Marching Band/Clubs

IN THE October 16 ISSUE

FROM THE Education,
andReedley News,
andTeens
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by Crystal Rakes



You’ve all heard them. They play during first period, both on the field and on the street. They rehearse every Thursday night from 7-9. They go to every football game and most recently put in an appearance at the Dinuba Raisin Day Parade and the Reedley Fiesta Parade.

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by Brandi Nuse-Villegas



Not long ago, Danielle, was homeless. She had returned to Dinuba in her desire to be closer to her two sons, who lived with their father. “I had previously been in a battle with both alcoholism and personal issues. My life had seemed hopeless, but I found hope in Jesus Christ. So, I put my life in His hands.”

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by Diana Bulls



In just a few short weeks, the doors of an unassuming house in Dinuba will open to an innovative program that hopes to create healthy lives in partnership with God. The Dawnings Pregnancy Resource Center is described as a different type of agency—one that deals with unexpected pregnancy in a unique way.

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by Bill Nicolay/em>



My name is Bill Nicolay and I am no different from a lot you reading this column. I live from paycheck to paycheck and I have to consider every dollar spent to assure that I am getting the “Best Bang for My Buck”.

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by Lorie Lewis Ham



Michelle Caban has been an Attendance Secretary at Reedley High School for five years, but has worked for the Kings Canyon Unified School District for eight. “I started as a sub for a teacher’s aide, and an EL (English Language) Tech working with students in their language assessment. I’ve also worked as a clerk typist at the Adult School and as an assistant to the KC Kids program. I saw an opening for the high school, applied, and have been enjoying it ever since.”

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From the Street to the Soccer Field

IN THE August 21 ISSUE

FROM THE Lorie Lewis Ham,
andMinistry Musings
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by Lorie Lewis Ham



Past Sunday mornings found the members of El Faro Community Church on the East Side of Reedley dealing with the distraction of kids outside their church causing problems. Men of the church would go out and talk to them on a regular basis. This year, things changed.

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A Man of Many Hats

IN THE August 7 ISSUE

FROM THE 2010 Articles,
andContributors,
andEducation,
andLarry Ham,
andReedley News,
andSports
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by Larry Ham



Will Goldbeck is a man who’s worn a lot of hats in his life. He has an incredible collection of sports-related baseball caps but that’s not what I’m referring to. When it comes to the local sports scene, Will has done it all — often at the same time.

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by Lorie Lewis Ham



If you’re looking for a great concert in a safe atmosphere, Kuppajoe in Fresno may be just the place for you. “We have three main goals,” said Jesse Kennedy: “To throw great concerts with a positive message, create a safe environment and build relationships.”

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