As the holidays quickly approach, Downtown Turlock is preparing for the hustle and bustle of the Christmas season at a time when the heart of the city is thriving. Small businesses along the brick-paved sidewalk of Main Street have flourished, and annual holiday events keep shoppers and sight-seers coming back for more. While the friendly, small town atmosphere of Downtown Turlock remains constant, the area's inner workings and outer appearance are shifting.
With the Thanksgiving holiday right around the corner, Foster Farms is hoping to bring something different to the table this year with their USDA certified organic whole turkeys, which are available at Costco locations throughout California.
For the seventh year, Lancaster Painting is hoping to change someone's life with a fresh coat of paint. The painting company's annual Paint it Forward event is approaching quickly, and nominations for the charitable occasion are needed.
Turlock seniors will have the opportunity to lower their prescription drug costs as well as receive free health screenings this weekend thanks to a Medicare Health Fair provided by the University of the Pacific.
The generosity of Turlock's community members was in full force once again Tuesday at the Salvation Army Kettle Kickoff luncheon, with the city's residents stuffing dollars by the thousands into the organization's iconic red kettles to kick start their holiday fundraising campaign.
When Emanuel Medical Center unveiled their Justin Ferrari Cardiovascular Operating Suites in 2014, it was billed as a state-of-the-art facility that would usher in a new era of procedures, techniques and possibilities that would change the type of cardiac care in Turlock. Now, it appears that promise is coming to fruition.
The Udder Place owner and former Marine Jerry Powell was presented with a flag certificate and a photo of Corp. Michael Anderson Jr. who was killed Dec. 14, 2004 in Fallujah, Iraq. Anderson Jr.'s father Michael Anderson Sr., with the help of Congressman Jeff Denham, had a flag flown in honor of his son above the Pentagon on Thursday. The flag and the photo will go on Powell's Wall of Honor at The Udder Place and be displayed for all to see.
November 11, 2016|
BY CANDY PADILLA
The Dubyak Family Chiropractic Center is calling on bakers of all ages and skill levels to show off their culinary skills while making a difference this Thanksgiving with its 22nd annual Pumpkin Pie Contest.