By Marissa Torres of Madera High School
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
I would never have known that this is Pet Obesity Awareness Month if our landlady, the cat, hadn’t reminded me by eating her new food.
The day before writing this, I came back from the store with many kinds of fresh fruit, but mostly grapes. I even bought some of the new Cotton Candy grapes.
First off, tonight is the Chamber of Commerce’s big Lifetime Achievement Awards dinner and Chamber CAO Debi Bray and her staff have been working hard to get everything ready for the big show.
SCHOOL DISTRICT ASKS EMPLOYEES FOR HELP ON HEALTH COSTS — Madera Unified School officials are asking teachers and staff this year to shoulder the burden of crushing health insurance cost increases.
Something just dawned on me, which may have dawned on you, but I will tell you what it is, anyway, because I love telling others what has just dawned on me even though it may be old news to them.
One of the nicest things about living where we do is that we are relatively close to so many great places.