Pacific Invitational golf tourney

Pacific Invitational golf tournament 
TOP LEFT: UOP’s Tyler Burnes hits from the rough along the 18th fairway in the Visit Stockton/Pacific Golf Invitational at the Reserve at Spanos Park. TOP RIGHT: UOP’s Maverick Pavletich hits from the 18th tee in the Visit Stockton/Pacific Golf Invitational. MIDDLE: UOP’s Beau Forest hits from the 18th fairway in the Visit Stockton Pacific Golf Invitational at the Reserve at Spanos Park in Stockton. BOTTOM LEFT: UOP’s Petr Janik hits from the rough along the 18th fairway at the Reserve at Spanos Park in Stockton. BOTTOM RIGHT: UOP’s Griffin Long blasts out of a sand trap near the 18th green. CLIFFORD OTO/THE RECORD] #pacificinivational #visitstockton #thereserveatspanospark #pacificgolf #uopacific

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Color in the Sierras

Fall comes to the Sierras TOP LEFT: The sun breaks through the trees to illuminate a willow near Red Lake along Highway 89 in Alpine County. TOP RIGHT: A stand of Trembling aspen trees turn to their fall colors near Red Lake along Highway 88 the El Dorado National Forest. MIDDLE: With the coming of fall also comes the changing of the leaves in the Mother Lode and the Sierras. Up Highway 88 the fall color really starts to come alive east of Kirkwood. Trembling aspen trees turn to their fall colors near Meyers as a car drives along Highway 89 the Toyiabe National Forest in Alpine County. BOTTOM LEFT: A closeup of trembling aspen leaves as they turn to their fall colors near Red Lake along Highway 88 in Alpine County. BOTTOM RIGHT: A stand of trembling aspen trees turn to their fall colors near Red Lake along Highway 88 the El Dorado National Forest in Alpine County. [CLIFFORD OTO/THE RECORD] #sierra #motherlode #fallcolor

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Sandhill cranes return to valley

Sandhill cranes return to the Central Valley TOP LEFT: Sandhill cranes fly into the Isenberg Sandhill Crane Reserve off of Woodbridge Road west of Lodi. TOP RIGHT: Jeannette Clark of Stockton peers though a pair of binoculars to get a glimpse sandhill cranes at the Isenberg Sandhill Crane Reserve. MIDDLE: Once again sandhill cranes have migrated from Alaska and Canada to winter in the Central Valley. They will remain here until the spring. Sandhill cranes land in the flooded fields of the Isenberg Sandhill Crane Reserve off of Woodbridge Road west of Lodi to roost for the night as they winter in the Central Valley. BOTTOM LEFT: Sandhill cranes wade though a flooded field along Desmond Road in the Cosumnes River Preserve near Thornton. BOTTOM RIGHT: A Sandhill crane takes flight over Desmond Road in the Cosumnes River preserve near Thornton. CLIFFORD OTO/THE RECORD] #sandhillcranes #woodbridgeecologicalreserve #philandmarilynisenbergsandhillcranereserve

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Cheer championships at Stockton Arena

Jamz cheerleading championship held at arena TOP LEFT: Coach Kim Scott, left, with the Antioch-based Delta Valley Wolfpack cheer team, applies makeup to Trinity Flanagan before the team’s turn in the Jamz cheerleading championships at the Stockton Arena. TOP RIGHT: Members of the Lodi Jr. Flames cheerleading team perform a 2-1/2-minute routine. MIDDLE: Members of the Lodi Jr. Flames cheerleading team perform their routine at the Jamz cheerleading championships at the Stockton Arena in downtown Stockton. About 1,900 athletes from 170 teams from around Northern California competed in the all-day event put on by Jamz Cheer and Dance. BOTTOM LEFT: Kamaile Abad with the East Bay-based Clayton Valley Eagles does a high-flying stunt. BOTTOM RIGHT: Members of the Redding-based Cheer Valley Vortex cheerleading team perform their 2-1/2-minute routine. [CLIFFORD OTO/THE RECORD]
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1,000 attend Alzheimer’s walk

Walk to End Alzheimer’s TOP: Led by St. Mary’s varsity football coach Tony Franks, center, people take off at the start of the Walk to End Alzheimers at the University of the Pacific in Stockton. About 1,000 people participated in the walk to raise funds and awareness of Alzheimer’s disease. BOTTOM LEFT: Karen Dodson, left, and her sister Sharen Dodson, right, walk with their 82-year-old mother Betty Dodson, all of Tracy, in the Walk to End Alzheimers at the University of the Pacific in Stockton. BOTTOM RIGHT: about 1,000 people participate in the Walk to End Alzheimers at the University of the Pacific [CLIFFORD OTO/THE RECORD] #walktoendalzheimers #uopacific

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Van Buskirk micro library opens with “Boo Bash”

Van Buskirk Micro Library opens TOP: Two-year-old Cassandra Ramos looks at books at the Boo Bash and opening of the Van Buskirk Micro Library in Stockton. BOTTOM LEFT: Ten-year-old Jazion Adkins of Stockton plays a carnival game at the Van Buskirk Micro Library. BOTTOM RIGHT: People attend the Boo Bash and grand opening of the Van Buskirk Micro Library. [CLIFFORD OTO/THE RECORD] #vanbuskirkmicrolibrary #ssjcpl #vanbuskirkcommunitycenter

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Folklorico workshop at Stribley

Maria Valdovino holds folkloric dance class TOP: Six-year-old Zyana Carranza follows along with Maria Valdovino, with the Folklorico Raices Mexicanas, as she teaches a class in traditional Mexican Folklorico dances at the Stribley Community Center in Stockton. The event is apart of Stockton Arts Week. BOTTOM LEFT: Maria Valdovino, center with the Folklorico Raices Mexicanas, teaches children a traditional Mexican Folklorico dance from Jalisco at the Stribley Community Center in Stockton. The event is apart of Stockton Arts Week. BOTTOM RIGHT: Maria Valdovino, with the Folklorico Raices Mexicanas, holds a class on traditional Mexican Folklorico dances. [CLIFFORD OTO/THE RECORD] #mariavaldovino #folkloricoraicesmexicanas #balletfolklorico #stribleycommunitycenter #stocktonca #stocktonartsweek

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HATCH Workshop holds pumpkin carving

HATCH Workshop holds pumpkin carving event TOP LEFT: Lisa Cunningham works on her pumpkin while participating in the pumpkin carving and painting workshop at the HATCH Workshop. TOP RIGHT: Aleena Blanco works on carving her jack-o-lantern. MIDDLE: Eric Lujan helps his daughters, Amelia, 5, left, Holly, 2, and Winnie, 8, as they carve their jack-o-lanterns at the pumpkin carving and painting workshop at the HATCH Workshop in downtown Stockton. BOTTOM LEFT: Dina Lay concentrates as he carefully carves his pumpkin. BOTTOM RIGHT: Nine-year-old Molly Beckman decided to paint her pumpkin. [CLIFFORD OTO/THE RECORD] #hatchworkshop #pumpkincarving #stocktonartsweek

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Free mattress dropoff

Bye Bye Mattress TOP: A crew from the Greater Valley Conservation Corps carry used mattresses and box springs to a truck at the Mattress Recycling Council’s Bye Bye Mattress Program drop-off location at the Northeast Community Center in Stockton. Additional drop-off opportunities can be found on the following days and locations. Saturday – west of Taft Elementary School off Downing Avenue between French Camp Turnpike and Mourfield Avenue. Sunday – at Cesar Chavez High School, 2929 Windflower Lane. Oct. 25 – at Kennedy Community Center, 2800 S. D St. Oct. 26 – at Calvary First Assembly of God, 8407 Kelley Drive. Oct. 27 – at Stagg High School, 1621 Brookside Road. BOTTOM LEFT: A crew from the Greater Valley Conservation Corps load used mattresses and box springs onto a truck at the Mattress Recycling Council’s mattress drop-off location at the Northeast Community Center. The state-sponsored recycling program separates the foam, steel, wood, cotton and other fibers from old mattresses. They can be recycled and turned into everyday products such as carpet padding, mulch, appliances and more. BOTTOM RIGHT: J. Mark Hamilton of Lodi unties an old mattress and box springs in the bed of his pickup truck to drop it off at the drop-off location at the Northeast Community Center. Up to 80 percent of an old mattress can be recycled. [CLIFFORD OTO/THE RECORD] #byebyemattress #mattressrecyclingcouncil #greatervalleyconservationcorps

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Tracy Sikhs hold outreach

Tracy Sikhs reaches out to community TOP: J.J. Kapur speaks at the Meet the Sikh Next-door event at the Tracy Community Center in Tracy. The event, put on by the Sikhs of Tracy, was designed to foster understanding of the Sikh religion, culture traditions and values. BOTTOM LEFT: Educator Sarabjit Kaur Cheema speaks at the Meet the Sikh Next-door event. BOTTOM RIGHT: Audience members listen to the speakers at the Meet the Sikh Next-door event. [CLIFFORD OTO/THE RECORD]

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