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Meet Steve Kragenbrink the Community Program Director at Woods Humane Society

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Feb/Mar 2013 |  Volume 2 – Number 1

  • Meet Steve Kragenbrink the Community Program Director at Woods Humane Society, where he serves as the voice of dogs and cats searching for homes
  • As the only woman on the County Board of Supervisors Debbie Arnold may tilt the balance in a more pro-growth, anti-regulatory direction
  • Serving as the dividing line between North and South County, the Cuesta Grade is so much a part of our everyday life that it rarely gets much of a second thought
  • Nestled on a one-acre lot in the Rolling Hills area in San Luis Obispo, rests the 3,200 sqft family home of Steve and Sheryl Chesnut
  • Even if you live in paradise, you still need escape every once in awhile, Treebones Resort offers spectacular ocean views
  • Take a hike with Paden Hughes as she explores one of the most popular hikes in Southern Big Sur
  • How the San Luis Berry Farm is banking on a better tomorrow, one seedling at a time
  • Introduced to the great outdoors at a young age by her father, Danielle Martinez developed a passion from adventure that has taken her places she never could have imagined
  • It has been a busy year for local band PK, and the pace is accelerating after being spotlighted on MTV
  • San Luis Obispo-based inventors, Brant Myers and Dan Grimm, have received a boost in business after landing their technology and appearing on Shark Tank
  • Anthony Hansen is as much an archeologist as he is an artist and his skills for digging up and transforming the distressed are proving to be a thing of beauty
  • Sunday Brunch – Eliminating the need to get up early on Sunday, brunch would make life brighter for Saturday-night carousers

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