Templeton Guide|Saturday, December 14, 2019
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    CASA to expand to North County

    Organization recruits, trains and supervises volunteer advocates for abused, neglected and abandoned children –Local nonprofit Court Appointed Special Advocates, or CASA, Full Article

    Former Atascadero mayor endorses candidate for supervisor

    –Former Mayor of Atascadero and Vietnam veteran Ray Johnson has endorsed County Supervisor Debbie Arnold for her re-election campaign. Johnson served as Full Article

    Twin Cities elects 2016 governing board officers, members

    Meg Williamson will serve as chair –The Twin Cities Community Hospital Governing Board recently confirmed its 2016 officers and members. Full Article

    Twin Cities Hospital installs 2016 executive committee

    Andrew Anthony, M.D., elected chief of staff –Andrew Anthony, M.D., a hospital medicine physician, has been elected chief of staff Full Article

    The Wellness Kitchen teaches children healthy cooking

    Children’s cooking class students chop a radish with help from volunteers at The Wellness Kitchen. Photo by Heather Young Classes Full Article

    Templeton Talon Marching Band, Color Guard sees success in 2015

    Band, color guard, places in multiple competitions –The Templeton High School Talon Marching Band and Color Guard just completed their Full Article

    May 23 last day to register to vote

    Election is on June 7 –As preparations for the Presidential Primary Election continue, San Luis Obispo County voters are reminded Full Article

    Templeton CSD offering recycling grants

    Applications now available  –The Templeton Community Services District is announcing its 2016 Recycling Grant Program. Business owners in Templeton are Full Article

    Humane society offering $1 microchipping

    Service is available for all cats and dogs –Starting Jan. 1, North County Humane Society will be offering a $1 Full Article

    Are you ready for a power outage?

    –To prepare for a power outage you should do the following: Before a power outage To begin preparing, you should Full Article
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