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Chamber names Community Hospice as Nonprofit of the Year

C. DeSha McLeod, president and CEO of Community Hospice, is seen here with Christine Schweininger, president and CEO of the Central Valley Chamber of Commerce. The hospice organization was awarded the 2017 Nonprofit of the Year by the chamber.

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Women’s March to encourage voting, empowerment

The Women’s March Modesto is returning for another year with a message of unity, outreach and empowerment.

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Turlock singing group wins Foster Farms contest


Members of Pitman High School’s Madrigals singing group were selected winners of the Foster Farms Bowl “Oh Say, Can You Sing” contest.

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JC Penney partners with YMCA to provide children school-year necessities

Stockton students in need were the recipients of a donated socks and underwear thanks to a donation project between the YMCA of San Joaquin County and JC Penney.

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Gospel Center Rescue Mission to benefit from toy drive, fundraiser

STOCKTON — The Gospel Center Rescue Mission will be the recipient of funds and toys derived from two different holiday donation events.

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Grocery Outlet owners committed to helping those in need


Ronica and Bobby McGhee, owners of Grocery Outlet on Wilson Way in Stockton, raised $7,000 in food and cash donations for the Emergency Food Bank.

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Teter A&E growing to meet Central Valley needs


Jonathan Schlundt is a partner and licensed mechanical engineer with Teter Architecture and Engineering, which opened a branch in Modesto recently.

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MODESTO — The Central Valley is growing, and with it, the demand for more robust infrastructure.

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