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By Mary O'Keefe | February 1, 2007
The weather may be warming, however the effects of the recent freeze lingers. During a visit last Saturday to the farmers' market in La Cañada shoppers may not have seen extreme effects of the agricultural devastation, but, according to growers, they will. "I have a lot of friends that have been devastated," said Rick Nickolas of Nickolas Farms. Nickolas sat behind his table at the La Cañada farmers' market on Saturday, cutting samples of oranges for his customers. His farm is in Orange Cove in Fresno County.
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By Sally Spangler | July 5, 2007
My sister, Jane Martin, is fortunate to have been involved with Girl Scouting from a time before she was old enough to be a Brownie. Jane is the second of three daughters and we three were so blessed to have had a stay-at-home mother who thrived in the roles of Girl Scout leader, room mother, PTA president and the like. When our older sister, Carol, became a Brownie, Jane and I became instant Girl Scouts because of our mother's involvement with the troop. Our mother was devoted to our family and was committed to the ideal that her three daughters and the other young people whose lives she touched would gain maximum benefit from the experiences of youth.
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By Sally Spangler | July 5, 2007
My sister, Jane Martin, is fortunate to have been involved with Girl Scouting from a time before she was old enough to be a Brownie. Jane is the second of three daughters and we three were so blessed to have had a stay-at-home mother who thrived in the roles of Girl Scout leader, room mother, PTA president and the like. When our older sister, Carol, became a Brownie, Jane and I became instant Girl Scouts because of our mother's involvement with the troop. Our mother was devoted to our family and was committed to the ideal that her three daughters and the other young people whose lives she touched would gain maximum benefit from the experiences of youth.
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By Mary O'Keefe | February 1, 2007
The weather may be warming, however the effects of the recent freeze lingers. During a visit last Saturday to the farmers' market in La Cañada shoppers may not have seen extreme effects of the agricultural devastation, but, according to growers, they will. "I have a lot of friends that have been devastated," said Rick Nickolas of Nickolas Farms. Nickolas sat behind his table at the La Cañada farmers' market on Saturday, cutting samples of oranges for his customers. His farm is in Orange Cove in Fresno County.
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