California Sports Center (CSC) celebrates its 25th anniversary with the grand opening of a new gymnastics facility in Morgan Hill, its seventh facility in San Clara County. The facility 16959 Monterey Road in Morgan Hill, will be completely renovated and equipped with all new state-of-the-art equipment. The 6,000 square foot gym will be home to both boys and girls ages from 18 months to 18 years old. CSC will provide preschool, recreational and team classes for the children and families in Morgan Hill and surrounding areas. The programs will teach how to perform level appropriate routines, just like a competitive gymnast where students enjoy a “Gold Medal Day” graduation every eight weeks where they earn the opportunity to demonstrate what they have learned in front of a live audience of friends, family and staff.
The 2018 Farm Bill made it legal to grow commercial hemp in the U.S. for the first time in half a century, but fewer than half of California’s counties allow the crop. San Benito is one of them. Growers are now storming San Benito and...
Marisa Otto, a financial advisor with the financial-services firm Edward Jones in Morgan Hill, and Cheryl Creamer, a branch office administrator, recently attended an invitation-only training opportunity at the firm’s headquarters in St. Louis, Mo.
On April 12, Morgan Hill Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Christine Giusiana, Morgan Hill Mayor Steve Tate, board members, ambassadors, merchants and friends celebrated a ribbon cutting and gala grand opening of Angela's Home Treasures, 35 E. First St., Morgan Hill, enjoying an exciting shopping experience and fun at her new eclectic boutique with a touch of class of elegant antiques, fine home furnishings, accessories and unique gifts offering many quality collections of treasures, excellent value, affordable luxury. Hors d'oeuvres were provided by Maurizio's Italiano Restorante and desserts by Odeum Restaurant with Champagne by Guglielmo Winery. Reach Angela at (408) 782-0400 or visit angelashometreasures.com.
Kristi Ellington from Ellington Financial recently attended focus13, a financial services industry conference. Held in San Diego, Aug. 18-21, focus13 was one of the industry's premier sales and education events for financial professionals. More than 5,700 total attendees from around the country assembled to learn new strategies and skills, expand knowledge in numerous product areas and network with peers and industry experts. “Attending focus13 provided an exceptional opportunity for me to attend a number of business sessions, technology training sessions and continuing education classes to stay well-informed of financial trends and industry best practices,” Ellington said. “Most importantly, I also discovered strategies to continually improve my communication and engagement with my clients.”
South County Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram is an official Toys for Tots location. Residents can donate new, unwrapped toys at either South County Chrysler Jeep Dodge on the corner of Chestnut Street and Stutz Way or at South County Ram at 500 Stutz Way in Gilroy. Donations are accepted seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. From Nov. 28 to Dec. 6, South County CDJR will donate one toy for each car sold.
In Italy, the word mangia means to eat. So it was fitting when Mangia Italian Kitchen owner Raul Escareno recently began helping people in San Benito County by giving away food so they too can eat for the day. The 32-year-old restaurant owner went above...
MommyJuice Wines hosted the 3rd annual Mom's Nite Out on May 9, at the Clos LaChance Winery in San Martin. The party gives moms a night off the Thursday before Mother's Day and includes wine, shopping, food, dancing and giveaways. Proceeds go to Family Giving Tree. At right are Claire McAdams, Megan Freiermuth, Christine Trice and Cheryl Durzy, founder of MommyJuice Wines.