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Good news about young pianists, Atascadero soccer, ECHO, Big Brothers Big Sisters and French Hospital Medical Center

The Central Coast Music Teachers Association recently hosted a piano recital at at First Baptist Church in Cambria. Students performers are: from left, back row, Sarah Girges and Santiago Predazzi of Santa Maria, Rebecca Gehlmann of Paso Robles and Andy Garcia of Cambria; middle row, Kate Harrington of Paso Robles, Hannah Girges of Santa Maria, Lily Hoffman of Cambria and Andy Shen of San Luis Obispo; front row, Suri Kim and Avah Girges of Santa Maria, Unika Bailey of Paso Robles and Akira Bree Carlon of Santa Maria.
The Central Coast Music Teachers Association recently hosted a piano recital at at First Baptist Church in Cambria. Students performers are: from left, back row, Sarah Girges and Santiago Predazzi of Santa Maria, Rebecca Gehlmann of Paso Robles and Andy Garcia of Cambria; middle row, Kate Harrington of Paso Robles, Hannah Girges of Santa Maria, Lily Hoffman of Cambria and Andy Shen of San Luis Obispo; front row, Suri Kim and Avah Girges of Santa Maria, Unika Bailey of Paso Robles and Akira Bree Carlon of Santa Maria.

SLO County

Union Pacific Railroad Foundation awarded a grant of $10,000 to Big Brothers Big Sisters of San Luis Obispo County in support of the agency’s youth mentoring programs that focus on education and strong personal relationships.

“Union Pacific has a long-standing commitment to improve the quality of life in the communities we serve and where our employees live and work,” said Francisco Castillo, director of public affairs at Union Pacific

San Luis Obispo

French Hospital Medical Center Foundation recently announced it has received a $50,000 grant from PG&E that will help equip a CPR training classroom in the new Copeland Health Education Pavilion at French Hospital Medical Center. With advanced medical equipment and technology, the new classroom will enable FHMC educators to provide better training and education to medical and emergency personnel.

The grant will also support a separate classroom for use by the local American Red Cross, free of charge, for CPR classes offered to the community.

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