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Good news for the Food Bank of SLO County and the Arroyo Grande High School Color Guard

The Arroyo Grande High School Color Guard won first place at the West Coast Regional Championships.
The Arroyo Grande High School Color Guard won first place at the West Coast Regional Championships.

San Luis Obispo

Software manufacturer IQMS in Paso Robles has donated $25,000 to the Food Bank Coalition of San Luis Obispo County’s Capitol Campaign.

The generous donation will go toward construction of a new warehouse in San Luis Obispo, increasing the Food Bank’s capacity to serve the community.

“The Food Bank and its volunteers are an invaluable asset to the community and its members in need. The Food Bank’s Capital Campaign is a particularly important project to build additional warehouse space and capacities to better serve the community,” said Gary Nemmers, president and CEO of IQMS.

Arroyo Grande

The Arroyo Grande High School Color Guard recently won first place at West Coast Regional Championships in Valencia. The team, which took top honors for the second year in a row, also received a Most Enthusiastic Team award.

The team members include: Lelaini Serrano, Trinity Anderson, Jessica Milbrandt, Alexandra Harris, Kristina Smith, Kirah Bradley, Guadalupe Diaz, Angelina Aville, Elaina Pineda and Ashley Jones.

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