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Community Opinions

Message for new residents: There are things to do around Hollister – but how to find out?

For the sake of new residents Jennifer Coile shares tips for finding information about community activities.

Carlos Olivera (left) and Britt Bassoni at work on new meeting area. Photo by Robert Eliason.

Features

Hollister Rec Center makes changes

The new areas will serve clients who are concerned about COVID and accessibility.

Kids enjoy skating on the ice rink. Photo by Leila Sadeghian.

Sports & Recreation

Hollister holds Christmas in the Park

Dunne Park hosts an ice rink and food vendors.

Hollister Rec staff staging outside of the Community Center waiting for donations. Photo provided by Hollister Recreation.

Nonprofits

Hollister Recreation partners with nonprofit to deliver senior meals

Adopt a Senior program provides food, water and other essential supplies.

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Health / Fitness

1k Leprechaun Leap and Doggie Dash coming to Hollister

Morning run includes obstacle course at Dunne Park and pet show with prizes.

Members of LULAC, Jovenes de Antaño and Hollister Recreation cut the ceremonial red ribbon for the EHAT Technical Center, located at 300 West Street in Hollister. Photo by Noe Magaña.

Nonprofits

New technology center opens at Hollister Recreation

No cost to residents for access to 10 internet-connected computers and a printer.

Photo courtesy of Pixabay.

Children and Youth

Hollister Recreation hosts second annual Treat Streets

The first 800 participants will receive an official Treat Streets bag filled with goodies.

Photo courtesy of Pixabay.

Sports & Recreation

Superhero 5K coming to Hollister July 27

Participants will receive a T-shirt and cape with registration.

Yamamoto Hula Ohana practicing. Photo courtesy of Jenny Camera Ray.

Sports & Recreation

Hollister Rec offers hula dance instruction

Yamamoto Hula Ohana also organizes and performs at community events.

The Junior Warriors Basketball League's six-game season includes 340 players split into 34 teams. All participants receive a Junior Warriors jersey, similar to the official jersey. Photo by Noe Magaña.

Children and Youth

Inaugural Junior Warriors season is a slam dunk

Local basketball league offered at no cost to participants.

Photo courtesy of Pixabay.

Children and Youth

34th Annual Breakfast with Santa

Hollister Recreation hosts event on Saturday, Dec. 1 at the Vets Memorial Building in downtown Hollister.

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Children and Youth

Agreement opens high school tennis center to community

The public can reserve time at the courts through the Hollister Recreation Department.

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Children and Youth

Hollister Recreation to celebrate 40th anniversary Saturday

The department will host an anniversary party will take place from 4-7 p.m. in downtown Hollister

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Children and Youth

Hollister wants help naming parks

Paperwork available at the Hollister Recreation Department

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Children and Youth

COMMENTARY: Free Wheelers need community support

Wheelchair athletes need help from the community to keep playing their sport, as 20-year legacy hangs in the balance