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Samantha Chamberlain - samantha@turlockcitynews.com

Samantha Chamberlain - samantha@turlockcitynews.com

Samantha Chamberlain has lived in Turlock for 20 years. She was born in Hayward, CA, and even as a child, she advanced far beyond her peers in reading and writing.

Samantha moved to Turlock with her family in 1996, where she attended Turlock Junior High School. After a few short months, her family moved into a bigger house right on the Turlock/Hughson border,  which placed her in the Hughson Unified School District.  

Samantha finished out her school days in Hughson, with her main focus being music and performing arts.  She graduated from Hughson High School in 2001.

Even though she moved to Reno in 2004, Samantha’s Turlock roots quickly grounded her back into Turlock in 2006.

As for a professional background,  Samantha has a wide-spread knowledge in many fields.  She has had the pleasure of working in many of Turlock’s small businesses, including The Almond Tree, Olde Tyme Pastries, Veterinary Medical Center of Turlock, Linhares Dairy, and Sew Creative Upholstery, just to name a few. 

Samantha currently resides in Northeast Turlock, where she enjoys swimming, hosting parties, and creating delicious meals for her friends and family.   

She also loves fishing, camping photography, traveling, and crafts.
With the “cookie” designs in place, the Brandon Koch Memorial Skatepark is continuing to inch closer toward completion. In case the term “cookie” design doesn’t ring a bell, it is referring to the unique design created by skatepark designer Wormhoundt Inc., to honor Turlock’s Brandon “Cookie” Koch, an avid skateboard enthusiast who passed away in 2012 after a year-long battle with adrenocortical cancer.
Wednesday, 15 June 2016 11:53

Found in Turlock Bridal Stroll June 16

Blown Away Salon & Spa will be hosting a Bridal Stroll in Downtown Turlock this weekend. 
Stanislaus County Fair officials have been notified that Salt-N-Pepa, an all girl R&B singing group, has cancelled their performance, which was scheduled for Monday, July 11, 2016, due to medical reasons. “We are still very excited to have the Commodores replacing them. They are a great band, whose music still lives on.” 
National Night Out is just around the corner, and for those who plan on halting traffic on their street to hold a block party, the July 19 deadline to submit the street closure application is drawing near. National Night Out is designed to heighten crime and drug prevention awareness, generate support for local anti-crime efforts, and strengthen neighborhood spirit and community-police partnerships.
The residents of Westfork Estate’s are getting ready for their Annual Carport Sale, and, if you love spending your weekend on the hunt for treasures and knick-knacks, you may want to drop in and check out Westfork Estates’ Annual Carport Sale.
Almond Tree Restaurant & Lounge has closed its doors after over 3 decades of serving the Turlock area. 
Thanks to the undying faith and perseverance of his owner, and the help of concerned members of the community, a Turlock resident was reunited with his pet tortoise.