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Pacheco State Park on land donated by late Los Banos resident celebrates 25 years of preservation
California State Parkshttps://losbanosenterprise.com/community/2022/pacheco-state-park-on-land-donated-by-late-los-banos-resident-celebrates-25-years-of-preservation/
Among the historic features of the park are an old-line shack used by Henry Miller’s cattle company in the 1800’sby California State ParksPacheco State Park invites you to learn about the conservationists that help preserve the diversity of the Central Valley community. California State Parks, Fatjo Corporation and t...
Among the historic features of the park are an old-line shack used by Henry Miller’s cattle company in the 1800’s
by California State Parks
Pacheco State Park invites you to learn about the conservationists that help preserve the diversity of the Central Valley community. California State Parks, Fatjo Corporation and the Four Rivers Natural History Association along with community partners have been hosting a variety of events throughout the county from January through June that focus on land preservation, celebrating the areas diverse natural and cultural history and the connections we have to each other and the community.
As part of the celebration, a 25th Anniversary Art Contest was held and the additional winning art can be viewed, here.
Pacheco State Park is 6,890 acres of open space set atop Central California’s Coastal Range. Steeped in the history of early California settlement the park offers scenic vistas, spring wildflower blooms, and an ecosystem for the diverse local wildlife, along with an active wind farm. It is located on Hwy 152 approximately 30 minutes from Los Banos.
We are excited to have an opportunity to highlight the great work that is being done in the Central Valley to preserve its diverse communities for future generations to learn from and enjoy. Get involved in your local park and meet a wonderful group of nonprofit and nature conservation leaders. Explore what can happen in the next 25 years to preserve and protect places special to us and important to future land use.
Pacheco State Park is the last remaining portion of the Mexican land grant, El Rancho San Luis Gonzaga. Francisco Pacheco and his son Juan were granted the property and built the first house in Merced County on this land in 1843. The land remained in the Pacheco family through five generations until Paula Fatjo of Los Banos, the great-great granddaughter of Francisco Pacheco, donated the land in 1992, the year she passed at age 72, to be a park for future generations who share her love of animals, horseback riding, history, and unspoiled land. This land has been a horse and a cattle ranch since 1843 and has breath taking views of the Central Valley to the east and the Santa Clara Valley to the west.
The park has beautiful displays of spring wildflowers, scenic vistas, and outstanding trails for horse-back riding, hiking, and mountain biking. The 28 miles of trails offer several loop options to give visitors the choice of a hike or ride of from one to twenty miles or more. During the spring the park’s grassy slopes abound with blossoming wildflowers. The park is home to tule elk, deer, bobcat, coyote, fox, several hawks, golden eagles and many other smaller animals. Cattle continue to graze on the ranch in the winter and spring months.
Among the historic features of the park are an old-line shack used by Henry Miller’s cattle company in the 1800’s, part of the old Butterfield Stage line route, and the remains of the original Pacheco adobe. There is also a wind turbine farm which generates enough clean electrical power for 3,500 homes.
Although the total park area is 6,890 acres only the western 2,600 acres are open for public use at this time.
Location/Directions: Pacheco State Park is located 24 miles west of Los Banos or 20 miles east of Gilroy off Highway 152 on Dinosaur Point Road.
Telephone: (209) 826 6283 Fax: (209) 827 3704
Operation Hours: All year. Day use hours are 8:00 a.m. until sunset.
Seasons/Climate/Recommended Clothing: The area is semiarid, with daytime temperatures ranging from 80 to 100 degrees in the summer and 45 to 65 degrees in the winter. Evening are quite cool all year due to coastal marine air moving eastward across the Pacheco Pass. Remember to bring a hat, sunscreen, and a lot of drinking water especially in the summer months.
Primitive Horse Camping: There are no facilities for camping except for special events. There is no potable water for human consumption at this time but there is water in the park’s several lakes for horses. Camping is available at nearby San Luis State Recreation Area.
Recommendation: During the mild spring and fall months, visitors are encouraged to roam the hills that have been traversed by Central Valley Yokut Indians, Spanish missionaries and soldiers, Mexican vaqueros, gold seekers and bandits.
Currently there are no guided rides at Pacheco.
Fees: $10 day use fee per vehicle
NOTE: No Dogs allowed on the trails
Allen D. Payton contributed to this report.
Dam Safety Project to close Basalt Campground and Day Use Area at San Luis Reservoir
Los Banos Enterprisehttps://losbanosenterprise.com/uncategorized/2022/dam-safety-project-to-close-basalt-campground-and-day-use-area-at-san-luis-reservoir/
Gustine, Calif.— California State Parks announced last December the extended temporary closure of the Basalt Campground and Day Use Area at San Luis Reservoir State Recreation Area due to a Safety of Dams Project. As of May 31, 2022 the Basalt Campground and Day Use Area will be closed for the entirety of the Dam Safety Project. Reservation holders will be contacted directly by State Parks’ reservation system — ReserveCalifornia.com. (...
Gustine, Calif.— California State Parks announced last December the extended temporary closure of the Basalt Campground and Day Use Area at San Luis Reservoir State Recreation Area due to a Safety of Dams Project. As of May 31, 2022 the Basalt Campground and Day Use Area will be closed for the entirety of the Dam Safety Project. Reservation holders will be contacted directly by State Parks’ reservation system — ReserveCalifornia.com. (See related article)
Alternative campgrounds and day use locations will remain open in the park complex during the temporary closure and may last 10 years. Reservation holders will be contacted directly by State Parks’ reservation system — ReserveCalifornia.com. Alternative campgrounds and day use locations will remain open in the park complex during the temporary closure.
Nestled in the grassy hills of the western San Joaquin Valley near historic Pacheco Pass, San Luis Reservoir State Recreation Area is a popular summer destination for outdoor enthusiasts. The Basalt Campground offers 79 developed campsites, as well as a boat launch and day use area. This part of the state recreation area will be closed to the public for the duration of the project. Reservation information for San Luis Creek, Medeiros, Los Banos Creek, and Group Campgrounds is available online at ReserveCalifornia.com. Visitors are advised to “Know Before You Go” by checking the status of the park online at www.parks.ca.gov/SanLuisReservoir or Facebook before departing for their outdoor adventure.
The cooperating agencies on the Safety of Dams Projects – California Department of Water Resources, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation and California State Parks — are working to offset the loss of recreation opportunities in other ways, as well. This includes facility improvements and new campsite development in the San Luis Creek Recreation Area.
For more information about the project, please contact the California Department of Water Resources at (916) 565–7868. For more information about dams, contact the Bureau of Reclamation at (916) 978-5100 (TTY 800-877-8339).
About San Luis Reservoir State Recreation Area
San Luis Reservoir State Recreation Area is noted for boating, board sailing, camping, and picnicking. But it’s anglers who find the unit’s three lakes most inviting. For more information about the park and upcoming events, please visit www.parks.ca.gov/SanLuisReservoir or call (209) 826-1197.
Moxxy Marketing promotes senior project manager
Miami, FL (June 17, 2022) — Moxxy’s BB #:341508 award-winning team is celebrating a major accomplishment by one of its members—the agency recently promoted Debbie Cintora to Senior Project Manager.Located in Los Baños, CA and a key member of Moxxy’s West Coast team, Debbie started at Moxxy in February 2016 as an account coordinator.“Debbie is a rock star,&rdq...
Miami, FL (June 17, 2022) — Moxxy’s BB #:341508 award-winning team is celebrating a major accomplishment by one of its members—the agency recently promoted Debbie Cintora to Senior Project Manager.
Located in Los Baños, CA and a key member of Moxxy’s West Coast team, Debbie started at Moxxy in February 2016 as an account coordinator.
“Debbie is a rock star,” said Karen Nardozza, Moxxy President & CEO. “She joined us right out of college, but she already had significant business experience. In 6 years, she has steadily advanced in her roles at Moxxy as her experience has grown. Our clients and the rest of the team know they can always depend on Debbie. She is strategic, creative and insightful, has become a project management and packaging expert, with an eagle-eye for details.”
As a Moxxy West Coast star, Debbie provides strategy and management support for the full range of marketing projects including packaging, advertising, trade shows, public relations, and collateral for clients including Coke Farm, Field Fresh Farms, Fruit World, Great Valley Seed, JLZ Produce, Monterey County Ag Commissioner’s Office, Monterey County Farm Bureau, Muzzi Family Farms, Procurant, SmartWash Solutions and Valley Farm Management.
“Moxxy is the perfect professional home for me. Living in the heart of the Central Valley, I love agriculture, our ag clients and watching their businesses grow because of the high-quality, strategic work we create for them,” Debbie reveals.
Debbie earned dual degrees at California State University, Stanislaus: a Bachelor of Fine Arts in graphic design, and a Bachelor of Science in business administration, marketing, achieving summa cum laude distinction for both. She also received the Dean’s Award of Excellence for Outstanding Student Achiever in Marketing and was accepted into the Phi Kappa Phi and Beta Gamma Sigma honor societies.
Debbie is always on the move. When she isn’t working, she’s chasing after her 16-month-old son, Mateo, moving into a new home after months of construction, and still finding time to volunteer in her community.
“We’re so happy to recognize Debbie’s accomplishments and promote her to Senior Project Manager,” Nardozza added. “She is organized, helpful, knowledgeable and flexible—and best of all, she really cares about Moxxy and our clients.”
About Moxxy Marketing: Moxxy is a full-service marketing agency providing brand development, packaging design, website design, marketing strategy and planning, research, advertising, graphic design, and public relations for the agriculture, wine and fresh food industries. For more info visit getmoxxy.com or find them on social media at facebook.com/moxxymarketing, instagram.com/moxxymarketing and linkedin.com/company/moxxy-marketing.
Pacheco High Class of 2022 graduates celebrate at Veteran’s Stadium Friday night June 3
By Justin Collins, ReporterOn Friday, June 3, 2022 at 8 pm friends and family filled up the bleachers at Veteran’s Stadium to celebrate the graduation of the Pacheco High School Class of 2022. Judging by the crowd it would be almost hard to believe that not long ago, graduation ceremonies like this weren’t permissible due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Parents, siblings, relatives, and friends proudly cheered from the sidelines as their graduating students marched through the Panther Tunnel, and out to...
By Justin Collins, Reporter
On Friday, June 3, 2022 at 8 pm friends and family filled up the bleachers at Veteran’s Stadium to celebrate the graduation of the Pacheco High School Class of 2022. Judging by the crowd it would be almost hard to believe that not long ago, graduation ceremonies like this weren’t permissible due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Parents, siblings, relatives, and friends proudly cheered from the sidelines as their graduating students marched through the Panther Tunnel, and out to the stage.
The ceremony began with a moment of silence to commemorate past and present students and staff who passed away, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance by Azelya Irean Talavera. The singing of the National Anthem by Nadily Escobar and Jacob Rogers (who earned the National School Choral Award in May) was accompanied by the Pacheco High School Band.
A welcome address was then given by Senior Class President, Ashley Rayann Bernal followed by an inspirational speech given by another graduate, Emma Janae Bettencort. In the speeches they spoke about the triumphs, challenges, and bonds formed throughout their academic journey, but something else mentioned marked the significance of this graduation. Students reminded us that until this school year, they hadn’t seen their fellow classmates since their sophomore year.
California Scholastic Federation Lifetime Members Melony Hernandez, Yoxelyn Hernandez Chamu, Aaliyah Nicole Lucas, Celina Marie Martinez, Isabella Danielle Nocon, Sandra Juliette Orozco Preciado, Raquel Pineda, Diana Alondra Quintero Garcia and Abigail Isaura Villa, were then honored by Principal Daniel Sutton and CSF Advisors, David Curry and Jeffrey De la Cruz. Citizenship Awards were presented by LBUSD School Board Trustee Marlene Smith. Vice Principal Amanda Sanchez then introduced Principal Sutton who offered his message to the graduates remotely as he was unable to attend the ceremony due to a case of COVID.
This year was the first year back since the pandemic, and masks and social distancing rules for public schools only ended a few months prior. Students and other guest speakers seemed relieved and happy to be able to attend and host a “normal” graduation.
The Pacheco High School Class of 2022 Valedictorian was Dereck Zahil Rubio and the Salutatorians were Rhianna Nicole Gumboc Irao and Jasmin Ramos and each gave inspiring and encouraging speeches. Rubio Irao ended hers with, “we are Panther strong” to cheers from her classmates. Ramos spoke in Spanish for part of her speech to which some of the students cheered and shouted, “Si se puede,” meaning “yes, we can.” Rubio was the final student speaker saying, “an adventure of four years has come to an end” and “be proud of the people you’ve become…our journey doesn’t end tonight.”
Superintendent Dr. Mark Marshall issued his proclamation that each of the graduates had met the requirements of the State of California and the Los Banos Unified School District to graduate. The diplomas were then presented by members of the school board.
Following the turning of the tassels, led by Class President Bernal, the graduates cheered and many tossed their caps into the air.
Watch the video of the graduation on the NFHS Network website.
Allen D. Payton contributed to this report.
All In A Day Moving Services Expands Services Across Modesto, CA Region
Prodigy Press Wirehttps://www.digitaljournal.com/pr/all-in-a-day-moving-services-expands-services-across-modesto-ca-region
All In A Day Moving Services has expanded its services across the region, thus becoming the one-stop Moving Services in Modesto, CA area for the benefit of clients.Moving homes or commercial properties for that matter should be a time of new beginnings. However, it becomes a daunting proposition for people, who have many responsibilities to deal with along with ensuring that their belongings are packed and delivered safely to their destination. And that’s exactly where the services offered by All In A Day Moving Services come in...
All In A Day Moving Services has expanded its services across the region, thus becoming the one-stop Moving Services in Modesto, CA area for the benefit of clients.
Moving homes or commercial properties for that matter should be a time of new beginnings. However, it becomes a daunting proposition for people, who have many responsibilities to deal with along with ensuring that their belongings are packed and delivered safely to their destination. And that’s exactly where the services offered by All In A Day Moving Services come into the picture for clients in the area.
Since its inception, the Modesto CA Movers have emphasized 100% customer satisfaction. It does that by realizing that no two moves are the same. It takes the effort to understand what its clients are looking for right at the onset. In fact, the professional customer support team working with the company can also answer all of the clients’ queries to ensure that they find packing and moving solutions suited to their needs and budgets.
All In A Day Moving Services has also become the leading Moving Company in Modesto, CA on the back of the expertise and experience of its professional movers. No moving task is too big or small for these professionals. They take care of clients’ belongings as their own and ensure that the moving responsibility is handled without causing any inconvenience to clients. The company has also invested in the best equipment for brilliant results.
It’s interesting to note that the trusted Local Movers in Modesto are also known for their long-distance moving solutions. By taking their needs into account, All In A Day Moving Services can prepare a detailed moving plan. Their professionals strictly adhere to the schedule and ensure that their belongings are delivered to their destination at the designated time.
The company also offers a wide range of other services that can tick the right boxes for clients. For starters, they can opt for just packing services if clients wish to use them. Clients in the area can benefit from assembling and disassembling services to make their tasks easier before and after moving. That’s how All In A Day Moving Services has become the one-stop solution for their specific needs.
Besides Modesto, the company serves Merced, Los Banos, Stockton, Turlock, and Yosemite areas in CA. And now by expanding its services in Modesto, CA it is benefitting a wider clientele. Those interested can simply reach out to get a free estimate for the services they need. They will be pleased to find a simple and secure online booking process that is the first step towards their safe and hassle-free moves.
About All In A Day Moving Services
The professional moving company has made a name for itself and earned the trust of its customers by offering them a wide range of impeccable services that are also affordably priced.
All In Day Moving Services
Address: 1022 W 18th St #4, Merced, CA 95340 Phone: 209-445-5544
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