Chamber Corner 1/19/16

Welcome New Members

The Coalinga Chamber is happy to announce new member, Coalinga Youth Ag Boosters. We look forward to the ribbon cutting for Coalinga Youth Ag Boosters, Thursday, January 21 at 5 p.m. at the Coalinga High School Farm. All are welcome to join us.

Legal Shield is a company is positioned to help people, which includes Small Business Owners, Employees and Volunteers around the Community. They provide people with access to answers and solutions for Legal Problems, Identity Theft Protection. For more information, please call David or Misty Carmona at 805-423-2300 and schedule an appointment today.

Welcome Rito’s #1 Construction who has been working hard around Coalinga. If you need renovations, please call 935-8800 for an estimate to make your dreams come true.

Welcome Wee Town Learning Center who offers wonderful care for little ones. Please call 935-3348 for hours and cost as they come highly recommended.

Employment Posters

Local Businesses do not forget to get your California and Federal employment posters…they are to be posted by 1/31/2016. If you need one we have a couple available in the Chamber office in both English and Spanish. Cost is $30.

2016 Memberships are rolling in:
We are thankful to all those who have renewed their 2016 membership in the Coalinga Chamber. Thank you Adventist Health – Community Care, Audet-Griffin Health and Wellness, Avenal Lumber & Hardware, Big 5 Sporting Goods, Billingsley Tire Service, Blue Collar, Butler Amusements, Inc., California Water Service, Central California Directories, Chapel Grace, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, City of Coalinga and Coaling Station B

Much appreciation to the Coalinga Caballo Club, Coalinga Cogeneration Company, Coalinga Community Foundation, Coalinga Elks Lodge #1613, Coalinga Feed Yard, Coalinga Floral & Gifts, Coalinga High School, Coalinga Huron  USD, Coalinga Huron Library District, Coalinga Huron Rec & Park District, Coalinga Lions Club, Coalinga Parent Teacher Organization, Coalinga Regional Medical Center, Coalinga Rockhound Society, Coalinga Woman’s Club, Coalinga Youth Ag Boosters, Coalinga Youth Baseball, Dataflow, DEF/CON Security, Delano Code of Law, Dr. Artour Khachatkian, DDS, Dr. Jeffrey White, OD, Dr. Stacy Eastman, D.D.S., eBookkeeping Solutions and Ensignal/Verizon.

Thanks Fatte Albert’s Pizza, First Presbyterian Church, Franklin Construction, Fraternal Order of Eagles 1872, Fresno Regional Workforce Investment Board, Garza’s AC & Heating Inc., Give Me Love, Goin’ Postal, GTS Tax and Insurance, H&R Block, Harris Ranch Restaurant & Inn, Ice Bucket Chevron, J and D Trucking, Inc., Kiwanis Club, Legal Shield, Los Reyes Mexican Restaurant and Louise Audet Physical Therapy.

Much appreciation M. Scott & Company Inc., Maciel Mortgage, McDonald’s Restaurant, Mid State Realty, Mid Valley Disposal, Mountain View Real Estate, Mr. and Mrs. John O’Rourke, Ms. Barbara Wiest, Ms. Faye Mendenhall, Ms. Phyllis Roberts, Ms. Samara Schmidt, My Girlfriend’s House , Oxborrow Enterprises, Inc., Parisian Beauty Salon, Pleasant Valley Cemetery/ Coalinga Huron Cemetery District, Pleasant Valley Christian Center, Pleasant Valley Mortuary, Ridgeview Apartments, Rito’s #1 Construction Inc., R-N Market, Roy’s Lock Shop and Rx Care Pharmacy.

Thank you S.H.A.R.E, Save-A-Lot, Senator Anthony Cannella, Scrivner TIC, Solomon Electric, Inc., St. Philips Angelican Church, Tamayo Yard Service, Tara Glenn Apartments, The Coalinga Lighthouse, The Lemonade Yard, The Pool Store, Thweatt Car Wash, Valley Garlic Inc. dba Sequoia Packing Co., LLC, Wee Town Learning Center, West Hills Apartments, West Hills Bookstore Follett #1098, West Hills Machine Shop, West Hills Medical Group and West Hills Oil, Inc.


Chamber Corner 1/11/16

End of Year things to do:

Members it is time to file W-2’s, end of the year and quarterlies…if you need any forms or assistance please call the Chamber and we point you in the right direction. We have in the office for sale, 2016 California and Federal Employee Notices. They cost $30 for members and $35 for nonmembers. We have both English and Spanish versions. They need to be posted by January 31, 2016.

The Nominees are

The Coalinga Chamber of Commerce received great nominations for the 2016 Business, Citizen, and Volunteer of the Year, which we placed on the 2016 ballot and the ballots were then mailed to current Chamber members to cast their vote. Thank you Coalinga for all the nominations.

How is it decided who wins… since these are the Coalinga Chamber of Commerce Service Awards, current Coalinga Chamber members cast votes and return the ballots to the Chamber. One vote is allotted per membership and no copies, faxes, or emailed ballots, will be accepted. Only the original ballot mailed to members. Please know I do not nominate or vote, all I do is facilitate the process, the community nominated, and the Chamber membership votes.

Winners will be announced at the 105th Annual Community Awards Banquet at the Harris Ranch Inn and Restaurant, Saturday, February 6, 2016. The Community is invited to come celebrate a delightful evening commemorating the nominees, winners and much more.

A limited number of tickets are available at $60 per person. There are a few tickets still available.  Tickets may be purchased at the Coalinga Area Chamber of Commerce office and no tickets will be sold at the door. The evening begins with a social hour at 5:00p.m. followed by a delicious dinner served by Harris Ranch. Auctioneer Fred Stevens will move things right along, West Hills College Administrator, Mark Gritton will serve as our MC and the evening will feature member’s baskets and auctions items.

All proceeds from this event will benefit future local projects, scholarships and programs of the Coalinga Area Chamber of Commerce, which in turn benefits our community.

The Nominees are:

Business of the Year

Granite Construction Co., Inc..

Rito’s #1 Construction Inc

S.H.A.R.E. – Adriana Lustre (S.H.A.R.E., Self-help, Assistance, Referrals & Education)

Wee Town Learning Center

Citizen of the Year:

Ron Lander

Sandy McGlothlin

Coach Dick and Billie Womack

Volunteer of the Year:

Jeanna Chandler

Tanya Stolz

The R.C. Baker Museum Board, Curator and Volunteers

Congratulations to all the nominees as they have all done their part in making Coalinga a better place. We look forward to a night of celebrating what is good about Coalinga!

 

 


Chamber Corner 12/12

Citizen, Business and Volunteer of the Year:

It is that time of year…time to recognize those who give without expectation, making Coalinga a better place: Nominations are currently being accepted for Citizen of the Year, Volunteer of the Year and Business of the Year. Forms are available at the COALINGA AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: 265 W. Elm Avenue. Deadline for nominations is Monday, January 4, 2016, by 5pm in the Chamber office.

 

Community Service Award Criteria is as follows: Nominations will be accepted from the community at large. No self-nominations accepted.

 

  1. A suggested nominee in a category may not have been a nominee in the same category the previous year.
  2. If there are more than five nominees in a category, the standing Chamber Board of Directors will cast a secret ballot, to narrow down the nominees to five per category. There will be no more than five nominees per category.
  3. No nominee can be nominated in more than one category in the same year’s election.
  4. If a tie occurs, nominee names will be submitted to the Chamber Board of Directors and a secret ballot will be taken to select a winner, or a coin toss if no decision is reached.
  5. No current Chamber Board member’s business can be nominated for Business of the Year.
  6. A Citizen of the Year nominee shall be a person whose citizenship in the past year has been exemplary in the areas of concern, commitment, support, activism and professionalism for a given cause or causes during the past year or whose accumulative community service to the City of Coalinga and its residents should be acknowledged.
  7. A Citizen of the Year nominee cannot have won the award previously.
  8. A Volunteer of the Year nominee shall be a person whose volunteerism to a given club, group, cause or organization has been commendable during the past year. This award does not preclude a person from the Citizen of the Year Award.
  9. A Business of the Year nominee must be a current Chamber member in good standing.
  10. A Business of the Year nominee has demonstrated throughout the year a high quality of customer service, product and professionalism, supported local causes and has been able to successfully respond to the increased challenges of operating a business in a city on the grow.
  11. Business of the Year nominees, will be evaluated through the Better Business Bureau ratings, Board certifications, and that their city business license is current.
  12. All nomination forms must be legibly signed to ensure identification of the individual submitting the form.

Once all nominations are in, only current Chamber members may vote, with only one vote per Chamber member per category is allowed. Only genuine ballots will be accepted and counted. (No photocopies, faxes, copies or replacement ballots will be accepted or allowed for final vote tally.) Only genuine ballots received and accepted in the Chamber office by close of business on the due date published on the ballot will be counted.

 

Let the nominations begin!


Chamber Corner 12/7

 

HOLIDAY 2 HOLIDAY

Holidays are here

Coalinga Chamber Annual Christmas Mixer

Please join us Saturday, December 12th, from 1p.m. to 4p.m. at 265 W. Elm Avenue for the Annual Christmas Mixer. All are welcome.

RC Baker Christmas Tea

The Annual RC Baker Museum Tea will take place Saturday, December 12th from 1p.m. to 4p.m. at the Museum. Stop by for delicious homemade goodies, a look at the most amazing museum and maybe buy a ticket for a beautiful basket. It will be a delightful afternoon for the entire family.

End of the Year reporting is coming…

Local Businesses just a reminder that the end of the year is coming and filing of W-2’s and Quarterlies will be here before we know it. Plus, posting of the new 2016 Employee poster is vital to your business success. If you need any help finding W-2 forms or need the 2016 version of the employee poster, please call us at the Chamber, 935-2948 and we will assist you.

Shop Local

As we get ready for the holiday season, please REMEMBER TO SHOP COALINGA FIRST. Shopping local means jobs and income for local businesses in addition to tax dollars for Coalinga which leads to a better city.

Annual Membership Drive/Nominees being accepted

The annual Chamber membership drive has begun. Please know that anyone (individual or business) is welcome to join the Chamber. You do not have to own a business to be part of the Chamber or to show your support of our local business economy. We at the Chamber do our best to promote, encourage and educate our members, and our community!

In addition, anyone in the community may nominate a business or citizen or volunteer in Coalinga. Applications were mailed in our monthly newsletter or  available in the Chamber office or online at www.coalingachamber.com. Please take the time and nominate a business, citizen or volunteer who makes Coalinga a better place.

 4th of July…

The City of Coalinga and the Chamber are collecting donations to support the 2016 4th of July Fireworks. The goal is $18,000. Thank you to Coalinga Police Association and Billingsley Tire for your support. Donations are accepted at the Coalinga Chamber office, 265 W. Elm Avenue.

Businesses of the week…

Tara Glenn Apartments are located at 552 E. Glenn Street. Inquire with management for rental prices and availability. Call 935-2731 and check out Tara Glenn apartments today.

Coalinga Light House is located at 231 Walnut, and has Sunday Morning services at 10:30 with Children’s Church at 11 am. Bible study is open to all and is held weekly Monday at 7 pm.

West Hills Apartments located at 500 Pacific Street is a Retirement Home facility in Coalinga with service to surrounding neighborhoods and cities. Please call 935-1138 for more information.

West Hills Machine Shop with over 30 years of experience in Agricultural Equipment Repair/Manufacturing and more, call 935-1101 or stop by 152 E. Forest Ave. for guaranteed quality service.


Horned Toad Cookie $4

IMG_1080This delicious milk chocolate sugar cookie is a perfect gift for almost every occasion.

This unique one of a kind gift is perfect for family and friends!

Each cookie comes individually packaged in order to maintain it’s freshness! Get yours today at the Chamber Office, 265 W. Elm Ave. See you soon!

 

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Chamber Corner 10/19

Amazing stuff in Coalinga

In the last week I enjoyed West Hills College Essential Elements Conference at Harris Ranch Inn and Restaurant, filling up my cars at both Chevron/Ice Bucket and Fastrip, shopping at Save Mart and Big 5, hair and nails dome at Omni Salon, coffee with the President at WHCC, a Chamber luncheon hosted by WHCC where lunch was catered by WHCC Dining hall chef Jay Darnell. Those in attendance were members of WHCC Staff as well as Chamber members from Motel 6, Coalinga Regional Medical Center, WHC District Office, WHCC Bookstore Follet #1098, along with several community members. The luncheon featured WHCC President, Dr. Carole Goldsmith who gave a state of the union of WHCC.

Also attended the City Council meeting where our new Police Chief Michael Salvador was sworn in, along with two new peace officers. What a testament to our new Chief as he had a packed house with family, friends, peers, former bosses, co-workers, employees and more that came to support him as he accepts the job as Police Chief of Coalinga. Also of note that the City, community members and the Chamber will be working on a couple of new projects. The first being a Public safety tax initiative for the November 2016 ballot as well as a 4th of July Firework celebration, and Christmas Decorations on the Plaza once again.

WHAMOBASS arrives Friday, October 23 showcasing hot air balloons. The WHC Child Development Sunrise Breakfast is Saturday, October 24, 6 a.m., tickets are $5 each.

WHCC Farm of the Future hosts a pumpkin patch and corn maze, Saturday October 24 from 10a.m. -2p.m. then the WHCC Homecoming Football game at 1p.m. followed by the WHCC Hall of Fame Dinner catered by Jay Mahfood of Perko’s. The Annual Eagle’s Scholarship Crab Feed begins at 5:30 p.m. and City of Coalinga Shift S3ctor car racing at the Coalinga Municipal Airport takes place Saturday and Sunday. Coalinga is a great place to be!

Upcoming

Wednesday, November 11th at 11 a.m. the Coalinga Area Chamber of Commerce will be hosting the Veteran’s Day Pageant and Ceremony at Frame Park. Our guest speaker is Mr. Hans Berger who fled Nazi Germany with his family in 1944, came to America and joined the U.S. Navy. Come celebrate our veterans.

Business of the Week

Coalinga Elks Lodge supporting Coalinga for many years. A wonderful service organization and if you would like more information please call 935-1316.

Coalinga Floral and Gifts locally owned and operated since 1960. Please call 935-3223 and say it with flowers.

Matt’s Quick Lube offers complete auto repair. Please call 934-1220 to schedule an appointment, Matt’s Quick Lube will check it out, give you a fair estimate and fix it.

R.C. Baker Museum with free admission and weekend hours please call, 935-1914 to see all the local history the RC Baker Museum offers.

Ridgeview Apartments are located at 400 W. Forest Ave, call 935-3936 for more information today. View photos of the apartment interiors at www.RidgeViewApts.INFO.


Chamber Corner 10/10

Coalinga is alive and well

Relay for Life reminds you that October is Breast cancer awareness month, time to schedule your mammogram at Coalinga Regional Medical Center and the Coalinga Fire Department and Spectrum Fire Services remind us that his month is Fire Prevention Month. Change your smoke detectors and CO2 devices batteries need changing.

Save the dates:

Thursday, October 15 is a Chamber Quarterly Luncheon hosted by West Hills College Coalinga in Building R beginning at noon. Cost is $10, and lunch will be prepared by Jay Darnell of the WHCC Dining Hall. All are welcome to join us and get to know our community.

WHCC will host their Homecoming Football game Saturday October 24 at 1p.m. followed by the Hall of Fame Dinner catered by Jay Mahfood of Perko’s.

WHAMOBASS arrives Friday, October 23 and will be flying all weekend. The WHCC Child Development Sunrise Breakfast is Saturday, October 24 beginning at 6 a.m. The City of Coalinga sponsored Shift S3ctor car racing at the Coalinga Municipal Airport is October 24 and 25. Tickets are available online or can be purchased at the gate.

The Eagles Annual Crab Feed Dinner is Saturday, October 24, with doors opening at 5:30p.m.  Tickets are $40, please call 280-2810 for more information.

Wednesday, November 11th at 11 a.m. the Coalinga Area Chamber of Commerce Veteran’s Day Pageant and Ceremony will be held at Frame Park. The community is invited and if you would like to participate in the pageant please contact the Chamber office at 935-2948.

Saturday, December 5th the Christmas Boutique will be at Coalinga High School Oscar’s Hub beginning at 9a.m. 6p.m. the Annual Lion’s Club Christmas Parade will take place down the Plaza. Please note the change of location as this year it is at Coalinga High School New “Oscars Hub”.

Members:

2015 Employment posters will be available in the Chamber Office after December 15, 2015 for $30.

Business of the Week

Granite Construction Coalinga plant offers asphalt concrete, aggregate, recycling and warm mix. Located at 38940 S. Highway 33 or call 935-1504 for possible tour of their Coalinga Facility.

Coalinga Community Foundation quietly contributes to our community on a regular basis, truly giving without expectation. Please drop off your items to 198 W. Forest.

Eagles F.O.E. 1872 supports academic scholarships, community events and so much more. First Friday of every month they host a Fish Fry at 6p.m. at 156 W. Durian with proceeds benefitting local non-profits.

Maciel Mortgage offers FHA/VA/Conventional loans with refinancing or reverse mortgages available. Please call 935-5700 for more information. Located at 277 Coalinga Plaza, stop by today!

Pleasant Valley Christian Center is here to help you in your relationship with Christ. Located at 160 E. Birch in Coalinga, please call 935-2944 for current schedule of all activities.

RB Wireless provides a wide variety of plans to choose from, so you can find the one that that’ll help you stay connected. Stop by today 149 W. Polk and check it out!

 


Chamber Corner 10/3

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Coalinga Rock Hounds Open House = SUCCESS

Coalinga Rock Hounds open house and membership drive last week was successful. For those who attended enjoyed delicious treats, the incredible machinery and viewed beautiful stones collected from around the area. A good time was had by all and if you are interested in the Rock Hounds, and learn more about the rocks and gems surrounding Coalinga their next meeting is Monday, October 12 at 6p.m. in the portable on the comer of Baker and California streets.

CoalingaFest 2015 Rocked!

CoalingaFest 2015 was a terrific day thanks to many. Our thank you’s begin with Pleasant Valley State Prison for allowing us use of the mobile stage and Mr. Ron Ramsey for moving, setting up and taking down of that stage which allowed for great music entertainment throughout CoalingaFest.

A big thank you to West Hills College Coalinga Athletic Director Mark Arce and staff for organizing the successful beer garden. WHCC Softball Team’s popular Corn Hole Tournament and activities which energized Frame Park, were enjoyed by many!

Deep appreciation to imaginarium: Institute of Fine Arts, Pleasant Valley Christian Center’s Praise and Worship Team, Hard Times Band, King Harobed and Soul Fire Rizin (not only for their music but for providing the sound all day long). CoalingaFest rocked. Thank you to the vendors and car owners who made CoalingaFest 2015 fabulous.

Thank you WHCC Baseball Team and Coalinga High School Student Volunteers for helping with set up, clean up and everything in between. Much appreciation to all those who took time out of their day to come enjoy CoalingaFest!

Deep gratitude to the City of Coalinga for getting the Plaza in tip top shape and Mid Valley Disposal for supplying trash cans and porta potties. Thank you Save Mart and RN Markets for donating the pumpkins for the kid fall art project.  Again a big success!

A huge thank you Terry Johnson Trucking, Granite Construction, Coalinga Police Department and Explorer program and Coalinga Fire Department for supporting CoalingaFest 2015. The big trucks, rigs, equipment were awesome.

A tremendous shout out to the Coalinga High School Drama “Thoroughly Modern Millie” cast, Zumba instructor Toni Cerda, CHS Cheerleading Squads, Faith Christian Cheer Team, CHS Band/Choir and WHCC Community Ed/Coalinga Huron Recreation and Park Zumba teacher Martha Soto, as they added to the fun and excitement of the day. Also, a big thank you to Chamber board members Linda Lewin of WHCC Bookstore Follet #1098, Barbara Wiest of Maciel Mortgage, and office assistant Paola Torres without you, chaos would have reined!

It was an amazing afternoon and evening where Audet-Griffin Health and Wellness, Coalinga Fire Department, Coalinga Kiwanis Club, Coalinga Police Department, Coalinga Regional Medical Center, Coalinga’s Relay for Life, Coalinga Woman’s Club, CHS Class of 2016 Senior Parents, GTS Tax and Insurance, Ice Bucket Chevron, Mid State Realty, Mid Valley Disposal, Palm Memorial Coalinga Chapel, Taqueria El Repollito, WHCC Farm of the Future, WHCC HEP/CalWorks and WHCCC Workforce, who are all members of the Chamber, came and showed their support and wares. The Coalinga Area Chamber of Commerce cannot say thank you enough, as we know Coalinga is a great place to be!

 


Chamber Corner 9/25

WHCC Bookstore Ribbon Cutting


Blue Collar Ribbon Cutting

4 New members for the Coalinga Chamber
We welcome West Hills College Bookstore, S.H.A.R.E and now we are excited to bring Blue Collar work wear located at 135 E. Elm Avenue and will feature work boots, Wrangler jeans and jackets and custom T-shirts with 15% of the profits will go to the Make a Wish Foundation. How awesome. Join us Friday, September 25 at noon for a ribbon cutting. Also joining the chamber is eBookkeeping Solutions owned by Melanie Horn. She will help you with bookkeeping needs. Call Melanie 877.542.2763 and schedule an appointment today.

CoalingaFest 2015

The Coalinga Chamber of Commerce is proud to present the 19th Annual CoalingaFest, Saturday, October 3. It will be on the Coalinga Plaza from noon until 10p.m. The day is packed with entertainment, food, big trucks and equipment, fun and more. Make plans to join us! Good things Coalinga and we hope to see you at Coalinga Fest 2015!

October is full of good things to do in Coalinga. Relay for Life Bunco is October 13 hosted by the Coalinga Woman’s Club. Friday, October 16 is Coalinga High School Homecoming. WHAMOBASS Hot Air Balloon weekend is coming up October 23 and 24th. WHCC Child Development Sunshine Breakfast is scheduled for Saturday October 24.

WHCC Homecoming and Hall of Fame Dinner is October 24 as well as the Eagles Scholarship Shrimp Dinner. Also that weekend City of Coalinga Shift S3ctor Car races will happen at the Coalinga Regional Airport. Tuesday, October 27th Coalinga Woman’s Club will host their scholarship bunco night. These are in addition to all the regular meetings, activities and more going on in Coalinga. All I have to say is please do not tell me there is nothing to do in Coalinga. Join the fun.

Businesses of the week:
Please remember to shop local first as it makes Coalinga a great place to be!

Aera Energy offers a strong local presence with jobs and support as Aera is a proud sponsor of the annual Horned Toad Derby celebration, Coalinga-Huron Library District’s Summer Reading Program, WHC Foundation President Scholarship Golf tournament and two college scholarships to graduating CHS seniors.

Butler Amusements provides the greatest array of rides, attractions, games and food concessions for the Horned Toad Derby. Butler Amusements is the cleanest show in the West.

California Water Service is locally owned and operated business, providing service for water treatment, equipment and supplies for the Central Valley. Located at 700 W. Elm Avenue, call 935-2300 for more information on how they can help with your water needs.

Fastrip located on the corner of third and Elm, and is open 24 hours. Offering self-serve gasoline and diesel, air pump, restroom, ice, propane tank exchange, groceries, snacks, hot and cold food and beverages.

Omni Salon is locally owned and operated and offers a full service salon with trained professionals. Please call 935-1888 for your appointment today and you will not be disappointed.


Chamber Corner 9/16

Good stuff Coalinga…CoalingaFest 2015
The Coalinga Chamber of Commerce is proud to present the 19th Annual CoalingaFest, Saturday,
October 3. It will be on the Coalinga Plaza and run from noon until 10p.m. The day is packed with
entertainment, food, big trucks and equipment, fun and more.

Get a jump start on holiday shopping as vendors will be open from noon – 6p.m. while the music and entertainment runs noon until 10p.m. We have informational booths, crafts, homemade items, health products, art, quilts, blankets and more!

Delicious food featuring barbeque tri tip, sausage lingucia, tacos, burritos, corn, funnel cakes, shaved ice, fruit waters and more. There will be a variety of beers being offered in the beer garden and a corn hole tournament, softball games and lots of arts and crafts for kids all happening on the Plaza.

We will have big trucks and equipment form Granite Construction Company, PG&E, Mid Valley Disposal, Coalinga Police Department, Coalinga Fire Department, CAL Fire and of course Terry Johnson’s Toad Truck!

Our entertainment lineup begins at noon with imaginarium: Institute of Fine Arts showcasing music, dancing and more followed at 1:30p.m. with performances by Toni Cerda Zumba and Faith Christian Academy Cheer team. Then Pleasant Valley Worship Team takes the stage at 2p.m followed by Coalinga High School Drama and Cheer at 3:30p.m.

At 4p.m. we have rock n roll band, Hard Times followed by Matha Soto Zumba at 5:30 p.m. followed by local favorite, King Harobed at 6 p.m. Then the CHS Choir and Band’s extravaganza begins at 7:30p.m. and wrapping up CoalingaFest 2015, is Soul Fire Rizin as they rock the plaza from 8p.m. – 10pm.

(Entertainment lineup is subject to change)

Good things Coalinga and we hope to see you at Coalinga Fest 2015!

Businesses of the week:
Please remember o shop local first as it makes Coalinga a great place to be!

Billingsley Tire is located at 301 East Forest Ave. They deliver expert tire sales and professional service for passenger, farm and truck vehicles. Give Pat a call (935-1635) today and get your vehicle rolling smoothly!

Delano’s Code demonstrates how to develop virtue within and attain true happiness. Available in both book and poster form, for more information call 935-1192.

Dr. Jeffery White, O.D. Have an eye issue or problem call 935-9133 for an appointment today. Dr. White’s office is located at 352 Coalinga Plaza. You will not be disappointed.

My Girl Friend’s House is locally owned and operated, as the holidays approach, and you need wrappings, ribbons, tissues or bags, give Stephanie a call at 935-1810. Your gifts will be beautiful!