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Urban Putt teaser
Tomorrow I'll have a full writeup, but for now here are a few teaser images to prove that Urban Putt is real. The summary is: this is the coolest place to open in Downtown San Jose since the San P...
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From San Jose Spotlight...
From Gilroy Dispatch...
The Gilroy Veterans Memorial Hall, 74 West Sixth St., is hosting Veterans Benefit Days on the first and third Fridays of the month through 2024 with extended hours from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Darlyn Escalante has been appointed as director of the County of Santa Clara Office of Veterans Services. In her new role, Escalante oversees veteran support services provided by 16 staff members who assist more than 64,000 veterans and their dependents.
From Silicon Valley Voice...
From Morgan Hill Times...
U.S. Army veteran Ramon Reyes and his chocolate labrador, Huey—who are clients of San Martin-based Operation Freedom Paws—were recognized in an effort to highlight the life-changing impact that service dogs can have on military veterans who suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder.
From Los Gatan...
The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors voted to augment funding for mobile dental services for veterans as part of the upcoming Fiscal Year 2024-25 Budget.
The Gilroy Center for the Arts has opened its doors for veterans, providing them with a contemplative space to display their artwork and mementos from their time in the service.
From Monterey Herald...
Throughout its existence, the Gilroy Veterans Hall has been relatively nondescript. That changed July 27, when local vets unveiled a massive mural on one side.
From San Jose Inside...
Starting Jan. 1, California law will again require drivers 70 and older to renew their license in person at a DMV office.
Longtime Morgan Hill resident and Past Commander of the Gilroy Veterans of Foreign Wars post, Alfred Alciati, has been appointed to a prominent position in the national VFW organization.  Alciati, 73, is now the Aide-de-Camp to VFW National Commander-in Chief Tim Borland, says a press release from the VFW. In this capacity, Alciati serves as [...]
The Nov. 6 Veterans Day 1-mile children’s run, 5K and 10K runs raised a total of $32,550 for organizations that provide services to veterans. Specifically, the funds were donated to Operation Freedom Paws, DreamPower Horsemanship, Team Red White and Blue and the South Bay Blue Star Moms. “The sponsoring help of many local businesses made [...]
It’s another Thursday morning, which means another meeting of the minds as the Trash Talk group takes to the street. Since early in the pandemic these veterans found a way to stay connected.
Alfred Alciati, past commander of the Gilroy Veterans of Foreign Wars post, has been appointed to serve as the Aide-de-Camp to VFW National Commander-in Chief Tim Borland.
Gilroyans will be able to show their patriotism at the Veterans Day Parade on Nov. 11 at 1 p.m. Community organizations, businesses, schools and clubs are encouraged to participate.
From Santa Cruz County Sentinel...
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