Some might say this was Fog Bowl 2.0, others might say it was a matchup between two heavyweight fighters with the intention of killing each other. Rancho Cotate Head Football Gehrig Hotaling would just describe this game as an all-time classic.
NOAH provides hungry people, families with children, the elderly and students with free healthy food in a clean and safe environment.
The sad news is 49er Pets will be closing its doors Dec. 14; the good news, Kitty Collins will be able to rest her aching body after 40-plus years. Yes, Kitty learned the business from the ground up and much of that was scooping up the donkey pen or the many other pens located near the business.
Technology High Lady Titans placed second in their NCS/CIF Soccer Division. Please join The Community Voice in congratulating #0 Ellie Garcia, #2 Emma Kearney, #3 Lily Ontiveros, #4 Angela Todt, #5 Mackenzie Eshleman, #7 Emily Harris, #8 Aeriel Woodson, #9 Quinn Shioda, #10 Briana Rodriguez, #11 Madalie·Deniz, #14 Taryl Russell, #15 Olivia Alexander, #16 Vivi Monterroso, #17 Elise Exelby, #18 Lillyan Fulfwood, #19 Lana Bolz, #20 Sierra Jakushak, #21 Alanna Walters, #22 Miranda Amezcua Espinoza, Coach Melissa Knoll, Assistant Coach Jeremy Mugurussa, Assistant Coach Daniela Amezcua-Expinoza, and Assistant Holly Herman.
Photo by Robert Grant
On Nov. 14 close to 200 TK through 5th grade students from John Reed Elementary School participated in Science Night, a fun and educational event that gets children excited about science. From blowing bubbles, to identifying different animal skulls, to looking at lights through diffraction glasses, the students enjoyed having science come to life.