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Spend a historical day at Chico’s Bidwell Park and Yo-Yo museum

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Posted: Friday, August 17, 2012 7:26 am | Updated: 9:44 am, Fri Aug 17, 2012.

Who: Lap and Cecilia Wong, Betty and Sharon Lin of Lodi, Lilian Tam of Alameda, Anna Wong of Scarborough.

The trip: Chico Bidwell Park area and Yo-Yo Museum.

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