Quilts of Honor ceremony celebrates hometown leaders as well as U.S. veterans
Hollister Downtown Association’s Street Festival hosts car show, performances and raffles.
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L.I.F.E. Project aims to help youth transition back into the community through apprenticeships.
The annual event features awards in numerous categories.
Reenactors bring the reality of conflict to school groups and spectators.
The wine and food tasting raises over $125,000 for adoptive services.
The 9/11 ceremony at the Veterans Memorial Building was somber as older first responders told of how the national mood has changed in 20 years.
Between 20-50 families visit the mobile pantry at each stop.
Memorial ceremony set for Hollister VFW.
Local residents, students and visitors are invited to participate in a self-guided tour of artists’ studios throughout San Benito County.
Ceremony served as a closure, healing process to some veterans.
Bidders can expect to see over 135 packages by 31 nonprofit organizations.
Calculators, pencils, binders and notebooks were included.
Tickets include meal, craft beer and raffle ticket.
Hollister VFW Post 9242 member Bernie Ramirez receives Baler Strong Award.
San Benito County Historical Park reopens its museums.
New area allows people and animals to sit, get acquainted and see if they are a good fit as a family.