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More than 70 community members will come together on Sept. 17 to put on the largest community yard sale in Turlock. The goal of the event is to provide an opportunity for community members to have a yard sale and allow nonprofit organizations in Turlock a chance to engage with the community.
Turlock resident and Combat Infantry Veteran, Cory Smith, is hosting his 5th Annual Red, White, and Blue Run. The first year that Smith started this run, it was just himself and a fellow marine vet. Last year, nearly 500 people participated in the run, and the donations have doubled in amount each year.
You bet the Turf Club will have horse racing at the Stanislaus County Fairgrounds, for now. Stanislaus County Fair officials announced that the Turf Club will be rented to Northern California Off Track, Inc. to run the satellite horse racing facility in Turlock.
Turlock Poker Room is holding its annual Labor Day tournament on Monday. Turlock Poker Room & Casino presents its annual Labor Day No-Limit Hold’em Tournament, with a $125 buy-in.
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The Turlock Library has a variety of free programs for all ages planned for the month of August. On Aug. 9, anyone is welcome to created Upcycled Pencil Cases at 4 p.m. VCR cases among other materials will be used by crafters to make pencil cases. Children under 4 years of age will need direct parental supervision to participate.
Every year, cities across the nation participate in National Night out, an event that helps strengthen the relationship between the community and police while barbecuing and having a great time. This will be Turlock’s 8th year participating in the event that the city has received an award from the National Association of Town Watch for the community’s participation. 
It’s 50 years of one of America’s favorite frozen drinks! 7-Eleven’s Slurpee has turned 50, and, to celebrate its birthday, aka Free Slurpee Day, stop by the 7-Eleven today to get a free Slurpee. Turlock Irrigation District’s Canal Drive Weather Station is predicting a high 93 degrees today, and an ice cold drink can be great way to recharge from the summer heat.
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