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9-2-99 Clean Up

9-2-99 Clean Up

Saturday, March 14th – North Bank – All Reaches Clean Up Details● The clean-up is from 9:00 AM – NOON.● Meeting place is The corner of 10th St. and S. Morton Blvd in the parking area under the9th St. Bridge on the north bank of the river.● This cleanup requires a lot of walking and […]

By March 5, 2020 Read More →
FitView: Body Shock Fitness

FitView: Body Shock Fitness

FitView: Body Shock FitnessBy Efren Martinez You’ve been hitting the gym daily and your workouts have become easy. In fact, you feel that your workouts aren’t nearly as hard as they use to be. So why aren’t the results that were seen early on no longer happening? If this sounds familiar it might be because […]

By March 2, 2020 Read More →
Save The Depot

Save The Depot

Save the Depot Modesto was built around the railroad. It is the reason that our city is where it is and why it is planned out like it is. We had a lot of beautiful architecture in the 20s – 50s and most of it got demolished in the name of “seismic” in the 60s. […]

RockinView – Thank You 2019

RockinView – Thank You 2019

RockinView By Chris Murphy Yay, Rockin’ Holiday 2019 was a big success! Thanks to all that made Rockin Holiday 2019 a Rockin’ success and make it better every year. We delivered a lot of magic to the Modesto holiday season and put a lot of smiles on kids’ faces with our Rockin’ North Pole, Rockin’ […]

By December 29, 2019 0 Comments Read More →
FitView – Great Cycling Weather

FitView – Great Cycling Weather

FitView By Efren Martinez Great weather for Cycling We’ve had a mild summer this year, which in turn has steered me more to riding my bike instead of running. It’s no secret that running is one of the most high-impact and strenuous exercises you can do to your joints versus any other exercise. This is […]

BargainView – Step into Festival Fall

BargainView – Step into Festival Fall

Bargain View By Monica Barber Step into Festival Fall It is the time of year when the colors of the day begin to change, school is back in session and the city seems a bit quieter than the bustle of the summer months. The season of fall brings the excitement of change and with that […]

By September 6, 2019 0 Comments Read More →
River Clean up Call to Action

River Clean up Call to Action

Saturday, July 20th – North Bank – All Reaches Clean Up Details● The clean-up is from 8:00 AM – 11:00 AM.● Meeting place is in front of Pepsi on River Rd near the 7th St. bridge on the south bankof the river.● This cleanup requires a lot of walking and the terrain can be rough, […]

By July 16, 2019 Read More →
BigView – The Great Outdoors

BigView – The Great Outdoors

The BigViewBy Chris Murphy This is a big world and Modesto USA is a Classic American City. Yep that’s what we are, we have the best of both worlds, our small town community feel and the amenities of a big city and as a bonus, we are close to two of the most beautiful places […]

ZenView- The American Spirit

ZenView- The American Spirit

ZenView By Mary Layton The American Spirit There’s definitely something uniquely American about American Graffiti – whether we are talking about George Lucas’ movie that made Modesto famous or the American graffiti as an art genre. As far as I know, graffiti is about recognition. It’s a way of stating one’s identity on a wall […]

FitView: More bang for your racing buck

FitView: More bang for your racing buck

FitView: More Bang for your Racing BuckBy Efren Martinez As Spring has now sprung, foot races are now in an abundance. That’s great if you can afford to run every weekend. For myself, I learned early on, in my racing career that it isn’t always affordable to sign up for every race. Yes, some races […]

By May 7, 2019 Read More →
BaseballView – Opening Day is Coming

BaseballView – Opening Day is Coming

Baseball Nuts Opening Day Let’s root, root, root for the home team! Yes friends, it is time to go out to the ball game. There is nothing like local minor league baseball on a spring and summer. The Modesto Nuts open their season on April 11 with a home game opener against the Stockton Ports. […]

By April 3, 2019 Read More →
FitView: Open Water Training with Sharks

FitView: Open Water Training with Sharks

FitView: Open Water Training with Sharks By Efren Martinez Springtime approaches and so do the Triathlon competitions and the need to get back into the water. It’s important that before you go dipping your toe in an ocean or lake for that matter you remember to put safety first. My wife and I headed to our place […]

By March 10, 2019 Read More →
FitView: Clean Air Fitness

FitView: Clean Air Fitness

FitView: Clean Air Fitness By Efren Martinez During the month of November, we experienced some of the unhealthiest air unfortunately from all the massive forest fires all across California. During this time we were advised to spend as little time outdoors as possible. This is a real drag for those of us who enjoy exercising […]

By December 2, 2018 Read More →
Never Letting Go

Never Letting Go

Never Letting Go  by Dave Storm Far beyond the smoke and the haze. In the midst of the fire and the flames. Go our prayers for the lives that they save. For the ones, with their lives, that they gave. For the love that is selfless of blame. Because saving lives, is no game. It’s […]

By November 21, 2018 Read More →
MJC Turkey Trot

MJC Turkey Trot

A Turkey Trot Blessing A long-awaited Thanksgiving tradition is upon us, MJC’s Turkey Trot. This happens Thanksgiving morning rain or shine, hopefully, rain. Yes, rain is forecasted for our Thanksgiving holiday and in my mind, I couldn’t be more grateful for that. Although some might think rain isn’t the best conditions to run in, I […]

By November 19, 2018 Read More →