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The California State University, Stanislaus continues to make headlines across the nation, this time taking the top spot for value among all public universities in the nation. Money magazine named CSU Stanislaus the No. 1 public university in the nation for value in its recent rankings which are “based solely on value-added grades for graduation rates, earnings and student loan repayment, eliminating schools with a negative grade in any of those areas or a graduation rate below 50 percent.”
Fireworks stands within the City of Turlock are legally able to sell fireworks for the upcoming Fourth of July holiday until July 6. Only “Safe and Sane” registered fireworks, which are approved by the State Fire Marshall, are legal in Turlock and the State of California. Approved fireworks can be purchased at authorized booths in Turlock.
The new Brandon Koch Memorial Skate Park will definitely be much more unique than the existing park, based on the current design concept. Famous skate park design company, Wormhoudt, Inc., was charged with designing the park, which will be located at Donnelly Park. Wormhoudt has built such parks as the Venice Skate Park, as well as many across the nation.
In a long list of changes for the company, MedicAlert Foundation announced Tuesday that David Leslie has been selected as their new chief executive officer. Leslie, who succeeds Daniel McCormick of ETR Associates, who has served as interim CEO, will take over his new role in early July.
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Turlock teens can still sign up to join the City of Turlock junior lifeguard training program, which begins Monday, June 22. The training program is designed for those interested in learning how to respond to aquatic emergencies and those wanting to learn the foundation for further training and employment as a certified lifeguard.
Looking for something free and fun for kids ages 3 to 18 this summer? The City of Turlock has your answer. The City of Turlock will be have Recreation on Wheels three times per week at various parks around town through August 7.
As campus and community volunteers prepare for the second annual One Purpose campaign at California State University, Stanislaus, a local farming family has made a $250,000 seed donation. The $250,000 gift from the Gemperle family will serve as a motivational platform for the volunteers, who have been challenged to raise an additional $1 million during the six-week fund drive this fall, with campaign funds going towards scholarships.
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