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NYE DEAL: 4-pack Stockton Thunder tickets for $25 (reg. $56)

NYE DEAL: 4-pack Stockton Thunder tickets for $25 (reg. $56)

STOCKTON --- Last New Year's Eve DealChicken tried to wing it and ended up ruining the last day of 2010. His family's been clucking about it all year.

This year he's found a great deal for the entire family and wants to share it with you.

Get a family four-pack of tickets at the Thunder vs. Ontario game at 7:30 on New Year's Eve for $25. That's 55% off the normal price of $56. Your admission includes a free fireworks show after the game.

Already have plans New Year's Eve? We'll let you redeem your voucher for a family four pack for any game in January. Located just 45 minutes south of Sacramento, the Stockton Thunder provide high-quality sports entertainment for the entire family. With today's deal, you can treat the entire family to Thunder hockey and get an early start on your New Year's Resolution to save more money in 2012.

Help Raley's 'Food For Families' Fight Hunger in Our Community

Help Raley's 'Food For Families' Fight Hunger in Our Community

Join News10 and our friends at Raley's, Bel Air and Food Source for the Raley's Food for Families holiday food drive.

It's EASY!

Just go to the Raley's Food For Families Facebook page and click on the LIKE button and/or the TWEET button and Raley's will donate 25 cents to help fight hunger in our community.

A Place for Ruth

A Place for Ruth

Ruth Kimmerer greeted late middle age by traveling the globe. Not satisfied with simply seeing the sites, the spirited woman would devise a mission to her travels. Once, she even smuggled birth control devices behind the Iron Curtain into Romania.

“My mother-in-law loved to learn languages, so traveling offered a natural extension,” Judy Kimmerer remembers. “She spoke seven languages fluently at one point.”

Described as “fiercely independent,” Ruth raised four children while working as an administrative assistant for the Department of Pharmacology at the University of Rochester (her husband died when her eldest child was 15).

But as Ruth aged, it became clear to her children, who had all left Rochester for points west, that her living situation required change. Her doctor cited early onset Alzheimer’s as the reason Ruth should relocate closer to one of her children. Her son Rob (Judy’s husband) was the natural choice.

CANS 4 CARE Charity Can Food Drive

CANS 4 CARE Charity Can Food Drive

On Wednesday, November 9th the students of the Modesto Junior College Extended Opportunity Programs & Services CARE Program will collect canned food items for five different local charities.  The goal of the program is to collect 5,000 canned food items and then donate 1,000 cans each to the Modesto Gospel Mission, Haven’s Women’s Center, Children’s Crisis Center, Society for Handicapped Children and Adults, and the Modesto Veterans Affairs Office. 

Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education (CARE) is a program for single parents who are receiving aid, and have a child 13 years of age or older.  Students in the CARE Program are required to complete 12 units per semester, 3 self-improvement workshops, and 3 counseling appointments.  To date this program is serving 53 students with an average grade point average of 3.1

Students of the program were looking for a way to give back to the community in gratitude of the many services and