gmhTODAY Oct-Dec 2019 features: #GILROYSTRONG, Gavilan College 100 Years, Gilroy Downtown URM Revitalization, Blossom… Read more
Roni Jo Castillo a renaissance woman.
Gavilan College celebrates 100 years of education.
GIRLOY PROVES TO BE PROUD & STRONG
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Students and pro musicians team up to perform songs from The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Duran Duran, Coldplay, Ed Sheeran and others. Concert benefits The Sue’s Story Project, launched to raise awareness and research funding to find a cure for Lewy Body Dementia.
The Edward Boss Prado Foundation hosted its annual gala fundraiser, ranch-style, on July 28th at the historic Coyote Ranch. No surprise this event was a crowd pleaser. BAY FM’s Jona Denz-Hamilton emceed. Ted Zanella auctioned great items donated by Mark Turner, Frank Leal and others. Lorraine Bates led the line dancing to music by the Patty Kistner Band. Event proceeds fund a dozen programs empowering people in need with resources, dignity and respect. Hats off to Cecelia Ponzini, who with her dedicated board members, continues to serve others in honor of her son’s memory.