Gallo Center of the Arts

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GALLO CENTER NAMES CHAD HILLIGUS TO SUCCEED LYNN DICKERSON AS CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER MODESTO, CA (APRIL 16, 2021)————The Gallo Center for the Arts’ board of directors has named Chad Hilligus as the non-profit organization’s new chief executive officer effective July 23, succeeding the retiring Lynn Dickerson.  Hilligus comes to the center from Performance Santa Fe,… Read more »

Visit Modesto

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Adapting and Reinventing Modesto’s Hospitality and Tourism   Todd Aaronson, CEO Modesto Convention & Visitors Bureau   Every cloud has a silver lining…but the last year for the hospitality industry was a hurricane of epic proportions. Thousands of hotels closed across the nation, restaurant closings are predicted to be almost 50% in the U.S. and… Read more »

City Ministry Network

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Article by: Marc Garcia – City Ministry Network, Director of Communications Since 2002, City Ministry Network (CMN) has been a catalyst in connecting, inspiring, and mobilizing our community toward good work for the transformation of Modesto’s neighborhoods. CMN formally became a tax-exempt non-profit organization in April 2005. Its first board meeting was held in June… Read more »


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  2020 Members Choice Award Winners     2020 Welcome Team Member of the Year – Bob Searls   2020 Ambassador of the Year – Madhu Singh    2020 Non-Profit of the Year – United Way of Stanislaus County    2020 Small Business of the Year – Pizzeria Halt    2020 Green Business of the… Read more »

Air quality issues and strategies in the San Joaquin Valley

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Air quality issues and strategies in the San Joaquin Valley By Anthony Presto, Outreach & Communications – San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District Air quality challenges in the San Joaquin Valley are unmatched by any other region in the nation. Due to its unique geography, topography, and meteorology, meeting federal health-based air quality standards… Read more »

What Businesses can expect in 2021

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  Written By: Brandon Schwartz of Boomajoom     2020 is behind us, but we can expect 2021 to be full of just as much change. There are three key trends that small business owners in the central valley need to pay attention to. First, marketing is increasingly becoming transparent and traceable. There’s an old… Read more »

Inspire Youth Inspire Dreams

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  We invite you to join us as we inspire the dreams of our future workforce. This is an opportunity for your business to impact youth in our community. We will record segments of a “day in the life” of your business to give students a first hand experience in the field of their individual interest, within… Read more »