In 1979, Rev. Bert Rhodes, the pastor the Olive Knolls Church of the Nazarene, had a great idea. He wanted to establish a preschool and infant care program at the church in order to meet the needs of our community.
Steward’s, Inc. hosted their annual event, Bakersfield’s Amazing Race, which is an event that is described as part race and part scavenger hunt. Teams of two to four donned costumes of all kinds and solved puzzles in order to participate in different challenges throughout downtown. The winners received a cash prize, but every participant had a great time.
When Sheri Williams graduated from CSU Fullerton with her degree in Physical Education, she had dreams of owning her own gymnastics club. Still, when she was hired by a newly opened club called American Academy of Gymnastics, it wasn’t a given that she would one day own it.
When you or a loved one are facing one of the most vulnerable times in life and have difficulty tending to daily tasks, you will want professionals with decades of experience on your side.
Pleasures & Palaces. From living in a dirt floor cabin near Caliente, California, Eleanor Hulda Calhoun became a world-famous star of the theater and, later, a Princess in The Kingdom of Serbia.
To hear Mike Mashburn tell it, “This company exists all because of my dad, William. He always utilized nothing but hard work, dedication, and determination to accomplish work. With that as a basis, our business has evolved from one generation to the next.”