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byTrish Johnson



Here it is 2014 and after 100 years of existence, both the City of Orange Cove and the Orange Cove Women’s Club will be celebrating its centennial. Three service organizations met collectively to plan a special event entitled “BACK IN TIME: A 100 YEARS OF MEMORIES,” which will take place on May 31. The Orange Cove Women’s Club, the Orange Cove Area Chamber of Commerce, and the Orange Cove American Legion have been working diligently to plan a celebration for the people of Orange Cove. With the help of several local packing houses acting as sponsors, these three entities were able to plan this back in time event.

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by Aileen Pablo


The holiday season is upon us once again, and if you are organizing a holiday fair or other themed event, now would be the time to start planning and prepping. Whether you’re looking to raise funds for a specific cause or just encourage active community participation during this special time of year, the following tips will help you to make your event memorable.

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by Lorie Lewis Ham
& Jeri Westerson



This week we have a review of Jeri Westerson’s new Crispin Guest Medieval Noir book Blood Lance, a special guest blog by Jeri about knights, a chance to win a copy of the book, and information on Jeri’s Book Launch event at Mysterious Galaxy in Redondo Beach, 2810 Artesia Blvd., on October 16 at 7:30 p.m.! Phone 310-542-6000. If you purchase the book here a portion goes to Cat House On The Kings.

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by Toni Pacini



This article is made up of thoughts and experiences from the Sanger Blossom Festival Event on March 5, 2011, shared by members of the Sanger Open-Mic Group & compiled by Toni Pacini.
The morning air was cool and welcomed by the 1,184 athletes gathering for the 14th Annual Blossom Trail Run. The day started with the first wave of runners dashing through the streets of downtown Sanger where they passed a multitude of vendors erecting canopies and starting fires in their grills, preparing for the crowds that were already arriving.

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