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After returning from a nine month deployment to the Middle East, Army First Lieutenant - and Lodi High School graduate - Michael Herrick decided he hadn't had enough travel and adventure for one year.  He and two fellow lieutenants travelled to Africa and climbed Mount Kilimanjaro, which, at…

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The quilters of Tokay Quilt N Stitch Guild will be attend the Pacific International Quilt Show in Santa Clara Saturday the 17th. Tickets for the bus trip are still available by calling Christina Gibb at 351-0528. $45.00 gets you a bus ride, admission to the huge show and fun and games along …

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Flight Lounge tap room, restaurant and wine bar in Woodbridge is celebrating its 1 year anniversary on Thursday, September 17.  1 year = $1 deals on select beer, food and wine all day.  Our official ribbon cutting will be at 5:30 with Lodi Chamber of Commerce!

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Please join us for an amazing evening at Jessie's Grove Winery, 1973 W. Turner Road,  Lodi, CA for good old southern barbecue,  Saturday, September 12, 2015.  5pm -10pm. Guest Speaker: Bubba Paris, Live Music by DeJay Mullins, Catering by Bruce Salsbury. Barbecue Ribs, Tri Tip, Chicken, Saus…

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On July 25th, over 100 community members came out to Van Ruiten Family Winery to enjoy an evening celebrating the arts in a benefit for the Pregnancy Resource Center of Lodi.  Guests sipped on award winning wines, ate delicious hors d'oeuvres and delighted in the sights and sounds of music a…

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Foppiano family onions are grown within a 20-mile radius of Morada Produce’s packing facility located in San Joaquin County. Onions do well in this region, where they benefit from the Delta breeze that cools the evenings to promote better quality and higher brix. At peak times, an estimated …

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You missed it. The Bay to Breakers is a race in San Francisco that began 109 years ago to cheer up its people after the devastating 1906 earthquake and fire.

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Girl Scouts of Lodi celebrated seven girls who earned the Silver Award, the highest award for Cadettes.  Each of these girls had to identify a need in our community, then develop, plan and lead a service project that required at least 50 hours of work.

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On March 16, Lodi Academy embarked on a journey to experience the magic of an East Coast History Tour with 33 juniors and seniors plus 11 adult teachers and chaperones. They visited New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Maryland.

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Lodi students presented this year’s Storm Drain Detective water quality data to the public on May 14 at Hutchins Street Square. This year’s SDD monitoring program was made up of 191 students from Tokay High, Lodi High, Lodi Middle, Heritage and Vinewood schools, who helped collect the data t…

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The Tokay High School Tiger Band of Lodi has had a great year in performing for the public and in competitions. This semester a select group of band members attended various Northern California Band Association Band Reviews. These students competed in Drum Major, L-pattern competitions and F…

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Hard work and passion are just two words to describe the Tokay FFA Chapter’s visit to the 87th annual State FFA Leadership Conference. FFA chapters all throughout California attended the California State FFA Leadership Conference in Fresno, where they elected the new State FFA Officers and a…

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So, you've been thinking about becoming a volunteer, but don't know where to start?  How about jumping on board with Meals on Wheels by ACC in Galt?  Volunteer drivers are needed for a few hours each month.  They provide a great service to our frail homebound seniors.  In addition to deliver…

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The garden started as a “mission” of the United Congregational Christian Church six years ago. We have put our vacant land to good use. Over the years we have expanded, and offered plots to others in the community who would like to tend their own garden. As a result, we have gained wonderful…

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Lodi’s “Best Darned Rotary Club,” the Lodi Sunrise Rotary Club, recently presented United Cerebral Palsy with a check to assist with renovation of UPC’s kitchen. The improvements make it easier for clients with disabilities to access the facility, brings it into ADA compliance, and will prov…

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For many years during the 80's and 90's, local AGENT performed at the most popular Lodi, Stockton and Northern California venues until calling it quits in the early 2000's.  Over 30 years after founding the band, the four original members (Ralph Cesena Jr, Johnny Feikert, Jeff Turner, David …

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On February 24, OLLI@Pacific invited Woodbridge Resident Kuy Ky, DDS, to talk about his experience of surviving the Pol Pot regime and his transition to American life.  His story and explanation of communism under Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge kept the 73-member audience entranced at First Uni…

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Sydney Means was chosen by Tokay High School to be the recipient of the Daughters of the American Revolution El Toyon Chapter Good Citizen Award, for demonstrating the qualities of dependability, service, leadership and patriotism. She was nominated by Mr. Tracy, a history teacher at Tokay.

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Bret Scott received top awards for making the Dean's List and earning High Honors for the second semester in a row from Idaho State University, Pocatello in Nuclear Engineering. 

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Students at Lodi Montessori performed in their first holiday play on Friday night. Our teachers have been preparing for months: making costumes, rehearsals and arranging the stage and lighting for this special night.

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Helen Newton, a student at Middle College High School, and Lucca Salazar, a student at St. Mary’s High School, recently organized a yard sale and purchased blankets with their proceeds for the one.TLC School for Homeless Children in Stockton.

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The Lodi Theater Co. presents the Charles Dickens’ holiday classic as a 1940s-style radio drama. Tickets are $5, or a new/gently used toy, or canned food to benefit the Salvation Army Toy Drive. Two shows Dec. 6 - 2pm & 8pm at the United Congregational Christian Church; 701 S. Hutchins S…

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We would like to continue to thank everyone that sows into our ministry at Grace and Mercy Charitable Foundation especially during the holiday season.

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United Congregational Christian Church is hosting “Love Makes a Family,” a museum-quality photo exhibit that shares the experiences of real families with lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender members to help counter harmful stereotypes that contribute to LGBT violence, bullying and intolerance.

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Mac and Ellie Lindner are both graduates of Galt High School and recent graduates of San Diego State University and the University of Denver, respectively. They decided to save toward a grand tour together and since June have been backpacking throughout Europe and Great Britain.

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Join us for Homecoming Sunday at 10:30am on September 21st! We're eager to connect with old and new friends while welcoming back the United Church Chancel Choir after their summer hiatus.

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Soroptimist will be hosting their fundraiser “Dinner at Sunset” in Oct. The event will be held Oct. 18 at 6 p.m. at the Moose Lodge on Woodbridge Road. There will be a western barbecue and a DJ providing music for dancing.

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Girl Scout Troop 2029 hosted 96 local Girl Scouts at the first Lodi Camporee over the holiday weekend. The girls performed service work at McFarland Historical Ranch, where they spent time weeding, spreading mulch, and learning how to use an old fashioned plow to plant winter vegetables for …

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For Lodi's Grace and Mercy Charitable Foundation, it has been quite a busy summer centered around food and not suprisingly, also helping others. Partnering with First Baptist Church assisting with vacation bible school six week program, Church in the Park at Hale Park ongoing until October, …

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If you've got a camera and always wanted to learn how to use it to produce videos, here's your chance.  These workshops are free and open to all ages and levels.  We'll begin with the very basics - parts of the camera.  How to insert a battery, turn it on and off, menu, lens, etc.  and move …

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Enjoy the scenic Gold Country and discover the richness and variety of artistic talent to be found in Amador County.

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The Lodi Baseball Academy 13u team went up to beautiful North Lake Tahoe this past weekend and earned yet another well deserved Championship.  There were 10 teams entered in the All World "Tall Timber Wood Bat" tournament which was held at North Lake Tahoe Regional Park.  The Championship ga…

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Lodi Branch 145 Sons In Retirement (SIR) will be meeting Tuesday, July 8, 2014, at 11:30 a.m., at the Moose Lodge, 3824 Woodbridge Road. SIR is a non-profit social club for men.