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"REACH FOR THE STARS!” MORE THAN JUST A MOTTO
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Stockton business reopens. GymStars reopens and introduces students to a brand new “Normal”

"REACH FOR THE STARS!” MORE THAN JUST A MOTTO

     But one Recreation/Education program, GymStars has risen from the ashes with a new and exciting way to resume classes for the nearly 1200 hundred youngsters who have been receiving instruction at the Parkwood’s Shopping Center for over the last two decades.

The New Normal in Health Care. Managing the COVID-19 Pandemic in SJC.
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Presented by Dignity Health - St. Joseph's Medical Center

The New Normal in Health Care. Managing the COVID-19 Pandemic in SJC.

There are lots of questions and misinformation in our community.  Why did Stockton and San Joaquin have a large spike in COVID-19 cases this past week?  To mask or not to mask—do they really help?  Can students return to school safely?  What can we do at work to be safe?

Community Medical Centers Tackles Youth Substance Disorders
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#WordsOutspoken project will engage young people, raise awareness

Community Medical Centers Tackles Youth Substance Disorders

Community Medical Centers is turning to the spoken word and storytelling to gain the attention of young people in San Joaquin County’s diverse communities and raise their awareness of the dangers of substance use.

San Joaquin County Parks Extends Closure Through May 31

San Joaquin County Parks Extends Closure Through May 31

The San Joaquin County Parks and Recreation Division has extended its temporary closure of parks and facilities through May 31, 2020. This includes dog walking, nature trails, boat ramps, disc golf courses, playgrounds, campgrounds, fishing and all other park amenities in an effort to stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus. 

Rotary Clubs Hold Pork Fundraiser for Emergency Food Bank
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Enjoy delicious pork from Yosemite Foods and raise money to feed the needy

Rotary Clubs Hold Pork Fundraiser for Emergency Food Bank

All Rotary Clubs in the Stockton Community have collaborated with Yosemite Foods, Inc. in an effort to help the Emergency Food Bank of Stockton and our community in this time of need.

Stockton COVID 19: How to handle stress and isolation
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According to the SJC Public Health Services as of 3/25/20 there are 66 confirmed cases of COVID 19

Stockton COVID 19: How to handle stress and isolation

The fear of being infected with the coronavirus — coupled with job losses, closed schools, shuttered churches, empty shelves and plummeting stocks — is stressful enough.

Take time to take a deep breathe and read how to handle stress and isolation.

“Concrete things like filling up a jug of water or buying a couple of cans of food can help,” Benjamin Farmer, a family therapist said. “Taking clear, small steps to move in a direction where they can feel they have some control. Reaching out to others to ask how they are doing can help an anxious person cope. Having a support system in place, even if it’s only one or two people, is enough to alleviate anxiety. Reframing how they approach this virus, saying, ‘I am socially isolating to protect my family.’ Reframing can give people a sense of power to navigate that stress."

COVID - 19: STOCKTON-SAN JOAQUIN KNOWS HOW TO STAND UP TO CRISIS

Updated Marth 19, 2020: As of March 18 2020, there are 15 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in San Joaquin County.

COVID - 19: STOCKTON-SAN JOAQUIN KNOWS HOW TO STAND UP TO CRISIS

Protecting our community from the devastating effects of COVID-19, also known as the Coronavirus 2019.  Stocktonians have always responded to doing the “right thing” and at this time the “right thing” is following the guidelines as established by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, California Department of Public Health as well as San Joaquin County Public Health Services. 

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