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Good News about Cerro Alto 4-H, Arroyo Grande Village Summer Concert Series and EOD Warrior Foundation

The Cerro Alto 4-H Dog Project trainers participated in the Canyon Country Field Day held recently at Santa Rosa Park in San Luis Obispo. From left, Celtin Vert and his borrowed dog, Addie; Addie Vert and her dog, Marley, and Elsie Ehrheart and her dog, Chloe, wait to hear their scores for obedience.
The Cerro Alto 4-H Dog Project trainers participated in the Canyon Country Field Day held recently at Santa Rosa Park in San Luis Obispo. From left, Celtin Vert and his borrowed dog, Addie; Addie Vert and her dog, Marley, and Elsie Ehrheart and her dog, Chloe, wait to hear their scores for obedience.

Arroyo Grande

Rabobank is returning this year as a major sponsor of the Arroyo Grande Village Summer Concert Series, with a donation of $5,000.

Rabobank and its staff have been supporters of the series since its inception in 2006.

The free series, which kicks off June 12, is presented by the Arroyo Grande Village Improvement Association and the Arroyo Grande Recreation Services Department.

San Miguel

Tackitt Family Vineyards in San Miguel recently held its fifth annual Warriors Helping Warriors event, raising more than $32,000 for the Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Warrior Foundation.

The annual event offers participants the opportunity to learn about winemaking and bottling process firsthand, while enjoying live music, brick-oven pizzas, wine tasting and other activities.

Tackitt Family Vineyards produces special labels of wine to support the nonprofit organization that is dedicated to helping military EOD technicians returning with disabilities from combat.

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