Author: PASO Magazine

The Road to State Begins on Niblick

Paso Robles cross country looks to set another high mark The long road to CIF State is a well-beaten path, and the 2017 squad of Paso Robles High School varsity boys cross country runners is making its way in the footsteps of legendary runners in recent history — and has a chance to become the first PRHS team to make State in Division 2. Following behind last year’s Trad Berti and Luis Armendariz, Gannon Chamberlain before that, and Zach Chamberlain before that, to name a few of the leaders that led PRHS to CIF State, now led by senior...

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Bearcats seek undefeated league title

The Bearcats are moving the needle, and after a 1-4 start to a season rocked with controversy and coaching changes, the varsity football team is putting the Atascadero Greyhounds in their crosshairs with the PAC 5 League title on the line on Friday, Nov. 3 at home under the War Memorial Stadium lights. The Bearcats are making a run for an undefeated title since taking care of business against the Righetti Warriors — the Greyhounds will look to scratch the first “L” of the regular season onto the ‘Cats’ record. As always, the Bearcats and Greyhounds will drag it...

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MORNING GLORY FARMS AND THE JOY OF LOCAL GIFTING We truly love this time of year at General Store. 
We get to share all of the things we’ve been working on since June (yes, we were taste-testing 
peppermint maltballs while it was 110 degrees 
outside!) We also get to help people put together gift baskets for everyone from clients to Thanksgiving hosts to neighbors and teachers.While we are a store, and of course want people to like what 
we sell, we also challenge ourselves to offer 
thoughtful and inspired goods to our customers. We prefer making gift baskets with you rather 
than offering a bunch of pre-made options. It’s fun 
for us to ask questions and guide our customers 
through our offerings. It might be less efficient 
than having rows of pre-filled baskets, but we like it this way better. (On a side note, we do lots of corporate gifts 
this time of year, whether it’s for just a few clients or a whole 
roster full. Just give us a call so we can set some time aside to 
meet with you.) We’ve partnered with several familiar faces to create goodies for the holidays, so when you come in, be on the lookout for these just-for-General-Store items to turn up the local flavor this holiday! • Oak & Mistletoe candles from Jeriel at Fable Soap Co. • Classic or Mexican...

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The Nutcracker 2017 — A Holiday Family Tradition

Every year brings a brand new look to an aged tradition The familiar melody of Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker will fill the Performing Arts Center at Templeton High School as local dancers adorned in sparkling costumes glide across the stage in the Christmas ballet at the Performing Arts Center at Templeton High School in December. “It’s a really good way to get into the holiday spirit,” said Gabriella Trevisan, this year’s Sugar Plum Fairy. Every year, the holiday season is kicked off with the annual performance of “The Nutcracker” ballet. The Christmas story of Clara, her uncle Drosselmeyer, the Prince,...

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Individuals, couples, and families can get a beautiful portrait-style photo in a Christmas setting they can use for framing or adding to Christmas cards or letters courtesy of Paso Robles First United Methodist Church.courtesy of Paso Robles First United Methodist Church. A series of photos will be taken for each person or family, and a well-processed copy will be emailed to the recipient. The photos will be taken by an experienced photographer inside the church as a service to the community. “We hope many people will take advantage of the opportunity,” said a church representative. Location: Paso Robles First...

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