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Mango Avocado Salad

This month’s recipe is shared by Kathleen Hourigan, who loves Enjoy Magazine and the first thing she turns to is the recipe. Her mother made a similar recipe to this Mango Avocado Salad for years, and Kathleen’s colorful, delicious version is now a family favorite that they have enjoyed for years.

DIY: Hanging Planter

June 2018

The Benefits of Philanthropy

WHETHER GIVING TIME, money or a bag of children’s toys, charitable giving not only impacts the lives of the receivers, but also the givers. Giving is said to improve one’s mental, financial and social wellbeing more than if the money were spent on oneself.

May 2018—Honor Roll

WE’RE SURE ENJOYING all those May flowers that those much-appreciated April showers brought our way – Mother Nature gets an A-plus from us. Let’s take some time to smell the roses!

Miss Winkles Pet Adoption Center in Clovis

IT'S NOT A USUAL NAME for a pet adoption center, but then Miss Winkles is anything but usual. From its name to its staff and to the center itself, Miss Winkles is shattering stereotypes of the common animal shelter.

PORTERVILLE, CALIFORNIA

FAST FACTS: • Gold seekers passed through Porterville after gold was discovered in California in 1848, and some decided to stick around and establish farms because of the rich soil. It was incorporated in 1902 and is now home to about 56,000 people.

Fresno Football Club

THE CENTRAL VALLEY has long hungered for the lively presence of professional sports teams. Soccer has finally made its way into the spotlight with the Fresno Football Club, thanks to the dream and efforts of owner Ray Beshoff.

FOOD, FAMILY, FIESTA!

THE VICTORY of indigenous Mexicans over the European invaders in the Battle of Puebla marks the origin of Cinco de Mayo, a holiday that gained popularity in the 1960s here in the States.

Janelle Howard’s Vision for Arts Visalia Art Center

IN 1994, a group of local artists began meeting to discuss how to make art more accessible in Visalia. By 1996, they officially founded nonprofit Arts Visalia, and in another five years settled in their current location on Oak Avenue, across the street from the Depot.

Grand Gestures for the Greatest Moms

DUE TO THE efforts of Anna Jarvis and her love for her late mother, President Woodrow Wilson proclaimed Mother’s Day an official national holiday on May 9, 1914.



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