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Gentlemen, slip on your red high heels

Gentlemen, slip on your red high heels

MODESTO – Getting 63 of Stanislaus County’s most prominent men to model red high heels for a new calendar to raise money for Haven Women’s Center wasn’t difficult. Watching them…

Crab dinner to benefit visually impaired

STOCKTON – The Community Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired will hold its seventh annual crab dinner Jan. 18. The dinner will raise money for services for the blind…

Raley’s adds text-to-give to hunger campaign

WEST SACRAMENTO – Raley’s Family of Fine Stores’ has added texting to its Food for Families campaign. Through December people can contribute $10 by texting the word ENDHUNGER to 85944…

Bankruptcy likely next year for Stockton Diocese

STOCKTON –– The Catholic Diocese of Stockton will likely file bankruptcy, according to a letter Bishop Stephen Blaire has sent to the area’s 250,000 Catholics. Blaire said a final decision…

Documentary puts spotlight on San Joaquin County’s homeless youth

STOCKTON — A new film shot in San Joaquin County aims to shed light on homeless youth who have seemingly been left behind by society. “In our county, we have…

BloodSource tries to make donating a habit

TURLOCK – Here’s a startling statistic: 95 percent of Americans who live to be 70 years old at some point will need a blood product (whole blood, platelets, plasma), but…

Workplace campaigns are key to United Way’s success

Though the Stanislaus County and San Joaquin County United Ways operate their agencies differently, one thing is clear: workplace contributions are the lifeblood of both organizations. This method of fundraising…