For the sake of new residents Jennifer Coile shares tips for finding information about community activities.
The new areas will serve clients who are concerned about COVID and accessibility.
Dunne Park hosts an ice rink and food vendors.
Adopt a Senior program provides food, water and other essential supplies.
Morning run includes obstacle course at Dunne Park and pet show with prizes.
No cost to residents for access to 10 internet-connected computers and a printer.
The first 800 participants will receive an official Treat Streets bag filled with goodies.
Participants will receive a T-shirt and cape with registration.
Yamamoto Hula Ohana also organizes and performs at community events.
Local basketball league offered at no cost to participants.
Hollister Recreation hosts event on Saturday, Dec. 1 at the Vets Memorial Building in downtown Hollister.
The public can reserve time at the courts through the Hollister Recreation Department.
The department will host an anniversary party will take place from 4-7 p.m. in downtown Hollister
Paperwork available at the Hollister Recreation Department
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