Author: Meagan Friberg


OPTIONS AVAILABLE THROUGHOUT PASO ROBLES FOR YOUTH ACTIVITIES In addition to being involved with school athletic and arts programs, local youth are signed up for an abundance of after-school activities. Below, find information on a variety of options to keep the after-school crowd involved, entertained, and active. Paso Robles Youth Arts Foundation With a mission statement to “enrich the lives of area youth with free classes in the visual and performing arts in a safe, nurturing environment”, Paso Robles Youth Arts Foundation has been an instrumental part of the community since 2001. PRYAF provides over 300 students ages 5–18...

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PODCASTS & BOOKS ADDRESS TOPICS AFFECTING PEOPLE FROM ALL WALKS OF LIFE [drop cap]W[drop cap]ith more people across the nation needing counsel to combat the effects of post-traumatic stress and other life challenges, Mighty Oaks Warrior Programs increased its commitment to deliver a message of hope. The addition of a variety of resources, including a podcast series and the publication of four new books in 2017, allows MOWP to reach more people than ever before. “The message we have is one we feel more people need to hear,” said MOWP Executive Director Jeremy Stalnecker, a retired USMC Infantry Officer...

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OPPORTUNITIES FOR VOLUNTEERS AND THOSE IN NEED CORRECTION: After publication, the first day of the Toy Bank registration changed. The new first day of registration for Toy Bank will be Wednesday, Nov. 15 at Plymouth Congregational Church, at 1301 Oak St. Join all of us at PASO Magazine this holiday season as we take time to reflect and remember those among us seeking help, understanding, and compassion in their time of need. We encourage our readers to learn more about the many events taking place benefiting those in need and the organizations in our community helping to ensure no...

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ANNUAL EVENT HAPPENS NOV. 4 AND 5 AT TEMPLETON AMERICAN LEGION HALL The Templeton Holiday Craft Boutique, an annual event organized by Ann Danko and Tamara Gonzales, is a craft show, sale, and all-around weekend of fun for the entire community. This year, the event will be held on Saturday, Nov. 4 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Sunday, Nov. 5 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Templeton American Legion Hall, 805 South Main St. The 2017 Boutique will feature several new vendors with a focus on home decor. “We have a soy candle vendor who...

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Business Spotlight – October 2017

Q&A with Ken and Susie Jevec of Cider Creek Bakery Each month, we send a set of questions to our featured business owners and share their answers with our readers. For October, we reached out to Ken and Susie Jevec, owners of Cider Creek Bakery & Deli. Along with their talented, dedicated, and hard-working staff, Ken and Susie provide scrumptious pastries, pies, cookies, muffins, breads, soups, salad, and specialty sandwiches to locals and tourists daily. Here’s what Ken and Susie had to say… PASOMagazine: To what do you attribute having repeat customers? Ken & Susie: People return because we give good customer service and our food is always made fresh with high quality and consistency. If you had a baked good or a sandwich from us last year, you can expect to have the same product experience this year! PASOMagazine: Do you have a slogan or motto for your business? Ken & Susie: I don’t know of a slogan that we use but we greet all our customers that walk through our door. After 22 years in business, we have come to know so many of our customers and enjoy talking to them. We want our customers to be happy with our customer service, our food quality and our friendly atmosphere. PASOMagazine: With the holiday season quickly  approaching, is there anything you’d like to share with our readers? Ken...

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