A simple and sturdy keychain. Perfect for a Father’s Day Gift!
Do you remember, eating watermelon as a child? I sure do! Those hot and humid Texas summer days were almost bearable while eating a crisp, cold slice of watermelon.
Eddie Valero knows he had the kind of educational opportunities that very few students will ever get – especially those growing up in smaller, more rural towns like Cutler and Orosi.
Sometimes, if you want to make things happen, want to pursue your dreams, want to start that small business, you have to step outside of your comfort zone. And sometimes, taking those steps will lead to new experiences and education, maybe even to new places, exciting places, exotic places – places like Guam.
Would people take you seriously if you told them you were attending a celebration of Swedish culture in the heart of an area with “San Joaquin” in the name, which is famous for raisins and is defined by copious amounts of punishing heat and drought?
You and 19 different wineries plus shopping equals a whole lot of fun!
Not very long ago, downtown Fresno was – to put it euphemistically – going through a period of transition and growth. Though the arrival of Chukchansi Park in 2002 had given it a much-needed boost, its streets were still littered, and many of its buildings neglected.
When Natalie Fronczek was still in the mortgage business, she was a loyal customer at Visalia’s Goodies Cookies – so much that their goods were practically essential to her business.
“Oh goodness, I’ve been obsessed with coffee since – I’m going to say at least since I was in high school. I just always loved coffee and the coffee shop atmosphere.”