Category: Features

CAPS Takes Fundraising Under the Big Top!

As summer draws to an end and school is gearing up to start again we all begin to look forward to the CAPS Annual “Evening for Education” that brings us together to support the needs and ideas of the amazing teachers we have in the Atascadero Unified School District.

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Old Dogs, New Tricks

With a massive effort, it succeeded in its first mission, and for two decades, Atascadero boasted the finest track and field facilities in SLO County. High Schools around the area are catching up, but the Greyhound Foundation continues to pioneer the delivery of needed resources to our local high school students.

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20th Annual Winemakers’ Cookoff Set For Aug. 11

Get ready for one of the biggest wine and food events on the Central Coast of California! The 20th annual Winemakers’ Cookoff is set to take place on Saturday, August 11th from 6 p.m.-9 p.m. at the Paso Robles Event Center.
The event, sponsored by the Paso Robles Rotary Club and presented by Stifel Financial Corp., brings visitors from all over the country to this community to showcase the quality of life we all share here in Paso Robles. While guests enjoy food and wine from 30 different local wineries and specialty breweries, local high school students benefit in the form of college scholarships awarded by Rotary from the proceeds of this event.

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Signs of life at Atascadero Printery

Engraved atop the Historic City Hall Administration Building is a quotation of focused optimism by town founder E.G. Lewis that face the Atascadero Printery building. His declaration to see the sun, and not the shadows was tested in 2003, just days before Christmas, the San Simeon Earthquake shook the Central Coast to its foundation.

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