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Kern County Scottish Society

Written by Bakersfield Magazine

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You don’t have to be Scottish to join the Kern County Scottish Society (KCSS). You should, however, share a love and appreciation of Scotland, its culture, and its rich history. And it’s easy to do...

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Greater Bakersfield Green Expo

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What do you get when you bring local artists, eco-friendly vendors, and thousands of Bakersfield citizens together with the common goal of making our city more “green”? With Ray Scott at the forefront, you get the Greater Bakersfield Green Expo—an event that Scott says “went from inception to awards” in just three years...

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New Tools

Written by Matthew Martz

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From the outside, it looks like just another typical business tucked away quietly in a small industrial strip. But inside are some of the most advanced technologies available in assisting those with physical challenges to do the little things that many of us take for granted.

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Code Blue

Written by Maureen Buscher-Dang

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Houchin blood donors save young mother’s life.

New facility will help community blood bank meet increasing needs.

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Safety Net

Written by Bakersfield Magazine

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Domestic violence is a topic most people don’t like to discuss. The same can be said for sexual assault.

It may be because domestic violence takes place within a home and involves family members; friends feel it’s not their place to intrude. Also likely is the fact that people are uncomfortable talking about the ways fellow human beings abuse one another, especially family members...

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Enjoy!

Written by Bakersfield Magazine

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You’d be hard-pressed to find someone who says they dislike music. At the very least, they enjoy a particular genre. Maybe they even have a favorite band or song...

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Paying it Forward

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David Voss is an incredibly charismatic man; he radiates understanding and comfort. He’s also the president of Jesus Shack, Inc.

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Create!

Written by Bakersfield Magazine

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For 12-year-old Saajidah Mohammed, painting is a way to relax, express her emotions, and have fun.

“Some people talk to other people if they’ve had a bad day, or they write in a diary. But painting is what I like to do,” she said with a smile on her face...

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Great Cause

Written by Bakersfield Magazine

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The March of Dimes does many things well. The organization educates our communities on maternal and prenatal health, initiates campaigns for premature birth prevention, and funds critical neonatal research. One of the reasons Bakersfield Magazine is so happy to continue supporting the March of Dimes is because in addition to all those amazing things, it’s a nonprofit that knows what it takes to put on a proper event...

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Time Capsule

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It’s been said before that taking a trip to Buena Vista Museum of Natural History is like taking a trip back in time. That’s definitely true...

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