Author: PASO Magazine

Happy Birthday Bob Chute

A lot going on these days for longtime publisher Bob Chute. The Dodgers are rolling in a season that could dub them the “Best Team Ever” and he recently announced the sale of PASO Magazine — which he created and published for 16 years, since May 2001. He also reached another milestone today — the 70-year mark! All of us at PASO Magazine want to shout HAPPY BIRTHDAY to the founder. Thanks for all the wonderful years Bob. We wish you and Rho well on your birthday. ENJOY & GO DODGERS!...

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County Perspective — September 2017

Marijuana, Jail Deaths, Chip Seal, and Big Sur Hampering Hemp: I’m a sixties survivor, but I never did drugs, as difficult as that is to believe. I’d love to tell you it was my superior moral character and willpower but the truth is more mundane. When I was 13, for two miserable weeks I had the flu from hell. Wracked with delirium from a high fever, I watched the walls grow bumps, the room became fisheye distorted. I begged it to stop. It was the ultimate bad trip and it spooked me from anything remotely mind-altering forever. Obviously my generation feels differently and their diligence finally paid off—for them, at least—because because they can soon blaze away without fear of the po-po, now that recreational pot is legally legit. San Luis Obispo County isn’t quite as sanguine. Proposition 64 requires local government to have in place the rules for pot sales, growing and distribution by January 1, 2018, and with the county board of supervisors’ realization that three quarters of 2017 have expired, board members and staffers are scrambling to write the necessary ordinance in time to user in the brave new world of legal rec-pot. First on the agenda is cost: $1.2 million to regulate weed’s supply and sales chain and that means taxes. Tariffs being discussed range from a modest 3% up to a cigarette-stiff 20% to...

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THIS ’N’ THAT — September 2017

Fun and goodness happening around the North County 11th Annual Dog Splash Days!  Doggone Fun!  Templeton Community Pool will be filled with happy dogs on the weekend of September 9 and 10 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Swim sessions are on the hour and limited to 20 dogs at a time for fun and safety. Dog life vests and floating toys are provided. Local dog trainers and therapists serve as “lifeguards” for dogs that will swim, splash and fetch floatie toys! For more information, go to Parks4Pups, a non-profit group, organizes Dog Splash Days with all proceeds benefitting Vineyard Dog Park in Templeton. Bring a picnic lunch and lawn chairs to spend the afternoon watching the spectacle. Event sponsors include Las Tablas Animal Hospital, Lemos Feed and Pet Supply, Rabobank of Templeton, and County Supervisors John Peschong and Debbie Arnold. Thanksgiving for Paso Robles Thanksgiving for Paso Robles is in need of people to help on its steering committee. There is an especially large need for someone to run the kitchen, as its lead chef moved away – Chef Ryan is now the Executive Chef at The Majestic Hotel in Yosemite. Thanksgiving for Paso Robles began meeting this year on Thursday, Aug. 17. Meetings are on the first and third Thursdays through October at 5:30 p.m. at the home of Jim Utter, 2607 Vineyard Circle in Paso Robles. Closer...

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CAPTIVATED – The Wonder of Christ …

‘Living Proof’ with Beth Moore at North County Christian Fellowship A Living Proof Ministries simulcast with Beth Moore, “CAPTIVATED – The Wonder of Christ on the Winding Road – Are You Willing to Step Out and Trust Him?” will be presented at North County Christian Fellowship, 905 Vine Street in Paso Robles on Saturday, Sept. 16, doors open at 8:30 a.m., and the simulcast will begin at 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Beth founded Living Proof Ministries in 1994 “dedicated to encourage people to come to know and love Jesus Christ through the study of Scripture” with the purpose...

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Heart & Soul Women’s Conference features Ellie Kay

5th Annual Heart & Soul Women’s Conference set for Sept. 15 and 16 Well-known author and speaker Ellie Kay presents “Living Like Jesus in the Real World” at Trinity Lutheran Church in Paso Robles on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 15, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., and Sept. 16, 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. You may be the only Jesus that some people will ever see. It’s important to do whatever we do to the glory of God and this includes the way we manage our lives at home, work, church and in the community. Titled “Living Like Jesus in the Real World,” this conference will help women explore what it means to bring excellence to their family finances, in their relationships with other women, in leading in the community or work, and in how to support heroes in our world today. Whether you’ve walked with the Lord for many years, or you are still exploring what it means to live your faith, this conference will meet you where you currently live and challenge you to live like Jesus in the real world.  The fifth annual Heart & Soul Women’s Conference prayerfully works to bring local women a high-quality event, with excellent musicians and speakers, they would normally have to travel 100-plus miles to see. A homemade buffet luncheon will be served on Saturday. In celebration of their 5th anniversary,...

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