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Community Center for the Blind Holiday Boutique 2013

Community Center for the Blind Holiday Boutique 2013

Shop 'til you drop at our Annual Holiday Boutique!  Find unique treasures and gifts, pick up some great bargains and see what our clients have been creating for the holidays!

Holiday Boutique hours are Tues., Oct. 15, Wed., Oct. 16 & Thurs., Oct. 17, 2013 from 9:00AM-3:00PM at Community Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired, 130 W. Flora St., Stockton, 95202 (near the corner of Flora St. & Madison Ave.)

The public is welcome and admission is FREE!  Reserve your own table for 1, 2 or all 3 days for just $5 and join in the fun!

For more information or to reserve your spot, please contact Jennifer Boylan at (209) 466-3836, Ext. 210.

Happy Holidays from all of us at Community Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired!

Source: Jennifer Boylan, Community Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired

Delta College “Summer Street Fair” Grand Opening – Friday, June 7

Delta College “Summer Street Fair” Grand Opening – Friday, June 7

Delta College “Summer Street Fair”
Grand Opening – Friday, June 7

The Market at Delta College!

The Market at Delta College!

Announcing...The Market at Delta College! (Previously known as the Flea Market) 
New Name and New Location!

Come out and see what The Market has to offer!

Visit The Market in its New Location
S. Burke Bradley Road @ Pacific Avenue

Every Weekend • Rain or Shine!

For Central Valley jewelers, love conquers all – even the Great Recession

For Central Valley jewelers, love conquers all – even the Great Recession

Whatever the economic conditions, it appears that diamonds are still a girl’s best friend.

That’s fortunate for local jewelry businesses, which may have weathered the economic downturn a bit better than other retailers.

Client loyalty, stylists’ efforts make salons nearly recession proof

Client loyalty, stylists’ efforts make salons nearly recession proof

 People cut a lot of luxuries from their budgets during the recession, but one thing many women refused to do without was their trip to the salon.

It’s that kind of loyalty that led many business experts to refer to hair salons as nearly recession-proof. It’s also the kind of energy that allowed Salon Avanti in Stonecreek Village to expand late last summer. 

“For a lot of the clients that come here, it’s not a luxury,” said Salon Avanti co-owner Vicki Kirk. “They need their hair done for work. They will go without food before they forgo their hair color.” 

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Lincoln Center welcomes brand new businesses, sees others expanding

Lincoln Center welcomes brand new businesses, sees others expanding

If new businesses opening and established businesses expanding are signs of a recovering economy, then Lincoln Center might be the epicenter of good things to come.

Several longtime Lincoln Center locations are expanding and new businesses are moving in, making the north Stockton retail center an active location.

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