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Elaine Jardini, left, and Ali Carscaden, right, owner of 15 Degrees C Wine Shop & Bar in Templeton, were accompanied by four volunteer staff members to clean up trash along El Pomar in Templeton.
Elaine Jardini, left, and Ali Carscaden, right, owner of 15 Degrees C Wine Shop & Bar in Templeton, were accompanied by four volunteer staff members to clean up trash along El Pomar in Templeton.

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Ali Carscaden, owner of 15 Degrees C Wine Shop & Bar in Templeton, and four volunteer staff members recently cleaned up a stretch of highway along El Pomar Drive in Templeton.

The Adopt-A-Highway crew, consisting of Elaine Jardini, Loshel Robinson, Bud Rush and Doug Carscaden, gathered about 200 pounds of trash.

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Beaverstock, an annual fall music festival hosted by Castoro Cellars, recently donated $16,700 to the Templeton Education Foundation.

More than 4,000 guests attended the festival, which was held at Castoro’s Whale Rock Vineyard in Paso Robles.

The event featured live music, local craft breweries, hard cider, Castoro Cellars wine and several food vendors, as well as family-friendly activities that included local artists, yoga, children’s play areas, crafts and lawn games.

Proceeds from the festival will benefit students in the Templeton Unified School District.

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