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Local Lick's Playlist

98 Rocks Local Lick's Playlist 3/4/2018

Here is last nights Local Lick's Playlist! 3/4/2018 Tune In every Sunday night between 10:00 PM and 11:00 PM and Text the word "Like" to 62515 when you hear the song you like. Project Eon "Escape" Dark Signal "Drag Me To Hell" Cemetery Sun "Stay A While" Manzanita "Wood and Steel" Riot Maker "Lick...
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ART ON THE FARM

ART ON THE FARM Sunday, April 29th 9am-1pm This day is dedicated to the artist in you. Bring your easel and supplies, or camera, and spend the day painting, sketching, or “shooting” to your heart’s content. There are potentially thousands of beautiful images to capture at Wakamatsu. With 272 acres...
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RN Cares Health Fair

RN Cares health fair, providing free health screenings such as cholesterol, blood pressure, diabetes and much more all completely free! For more information, call 805-304-9678
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Art Rx

Art Rx now serves two communities – those with chronic pain and those who serve as palliative caregivers for patients or loved ones facing the end of life. These individuals along with their guests are invited to enjoy facilitated group conversations about select pieces of art with an accomplished...
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Raley's Food For Families Summer Fresh Drive

Raley's Food For Families Summer Fresh Drive aims to end hunger locally by providing fresh and healthy food to those who need it most. It's about getting real food to real families. No one should go to bed hungry. Yet all too many of our neighbors do. One in 6 Americans struggles with hunger daily...
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ASSE International Student Exchange Program

Non-Profit Organization is Seeking Local Host Families for High School Exchange Students. ASSE International Student Exchange Programs (ASSE), in cooperation with your community high school, is looking for local families to host boys and girls between the ages of 15 to 18 from a variety of...
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Wakamatsu Farm

On June 8, 1869, the first Japanese colony in the United States was established at the landmark site of the Wakamatsu Tea and Silk Farm in Placerville, California. With the colonists arrived young Okei-san to serve as a nanny for the colony children. Sadly, Okei-san died at the age of 19 in 1871...
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