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Acacia Community Charter School Location/Up Coming Events

Acacia Community Charter School Location/Up Coming Events

We are pleased to announce the temporary location of your new school in Stockton while the permanent location gets beautified… 703 E. Swain Rd . Our first day at the site will be August 1st.

If you haven't enroll your child yet, you can call, 209-462-2707, to check if there's still room in specific grades. While some grades have a waiting list, others have limited space. If you have already summited the registration packet but you have not received an acceptance letter, please call the school.

On August 1st at 6 p.m., we will have our town hall meeting at the new location 703 E. Swain Rd. It's very important that you attend this meeting, so you can voice your opinion about uniforms. Based on the outcome of this meeting, we will make the decision regarding the uniforms. 

Other important dates: 

Family BBQ Day August 10th 

Open House August 14th 

School Starts August 19th 



West Nile Virus detected in San Joaquin Count man

West Nile Virus detected in San Joaquin Count man

Health Officials Urge Everyone to Take Precautions to Reduce the Risk of Illness

San Joaquin County Health Officer, Dr. Karen Furst, confirmed that a 65 year old male living in Stockton is the first human with West Nile Virus (WNV) infection in San Joaquin County this year. The man has been reported as an asymptomatic blood donor. Although for reporting purposes this does not meet the case definition for the California Department of Public Health to count as a case, it does indicate that there is currently active transmission of WNV to people in San Joaquin County.

Last year, San Joaquin County’s first detection of WNV infection in a human was also diagnosed about the same time in July.

Harvest Home Animal Sanctuary saves 565 chickens from death

Today, Harvest Home Animal Sanctuary will open its doors to 556 adoptable hens from a commercial egg farm in the San Joaquin Valley.

The hens will be available for adoption starting on Monday, July 22.

The hens are all two and a half year old White Leghorns. They are in excellent health and vaccinated. Most hens live to 10 years. They are generally active, becoming very friendly and curious with attention from adopters.

The hens will be adopted to homes that will care for the chicken as companion animals. Due to conditions in the commercial egg farm, the hens beaks are all clipped and they will need special accommodation for feeding.

Oak Farm Vineyard in Lodi, CA building expansive tasting facility

 Center's design will focus on convincing wine lovers to "stay a while"


   Construction has begun on what Oak Farm Vineyard owners say will be Lodi's largest wine tasting facility, an expansive 12,000-square-foot building that is designed to invite people to "stay awhile."

   Oak Farm winery director Mike Shinn said the goal of the expansion, which he calls a "Wine and Hospitality Facility," is to make Oak Farm a destination north of Lodi city limits. On DeVries Road, the winery will help the nearby Peltier Road, which is also dotted with other wineries such as M2, St. Jorge, the Viaggio and others become a can't-miss corridor for the Valley's wine enthusiasts, Shinn said.

“Love Connection”

“Love Connection”

“Love Connection”

This week  LiveWire is happy to feature guests from Oracles of Truth Academy. It is an institution of higher learning that is tuition free and teaches vocational and leadership skills. Dr. Tamme’ Shinshuri will be on the show along with some other friends of the school to share information about their programs and upcoming event. “Love Connection” will be a 2 day event happening in Southside Park on July 27th& 28th. On July 27th Dr. Tamme’ Shinshuri and certified hypnotherapist Mr. Randy Hold will be the keynote speakers. On July 28th you won’t want to miss performance by Howard Hewett and Club Nouveau. Tune in to LiveWire to learn more!

For more details about the school and event log on to www.OraclesofTruth.org.

Project Love serving the community

Project Love serving the community

Project Love has been busy serving the community of Galt. We provide the homeless and needy with clothing,shoes,hygiene products,shower,haircuts,a meal every Friday at the Lutheran church on E st, except for the last Friday of the month. We have it on Saturday at the Methodist church on C st. We partner with the ladies of the church and they cook,serve the meal. Those ladies are wonderful. 

May 11,2013 Project love attended the Bark for life event that was held at 10300 Mingo rd in Galt. Project love sold sandwiches. Approx 90 people showed up for the event. the dogs and their owners had a great time. Proceeds went to the cancer society.