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New Chamber Directors receive Oath of Office

U.S. Congressman Jeff Denham (R) 10th District, administered the Oath of Officce to incoming Ceres Chamber of Commerce Board Directors during the 48th Annual Community Service Awards & Installation Dinner. Joining the Chamber's board are Herman Bhatti, KB Real Estate & Mortgage; Stephanie Caraveo, Golden Valley Health Centers; Jason Chapman, GDR Engineering;  Kristina Luna, Franklin & Downs Funeral Chapel Ceres, Brandy Meyer, Meyer CPR & First Aid; and Lea Ann Hoogestraat, Hoogestraat Consulting, who will assume the position of Vice President for 2017.


Blaker Brewing announces 2017 opening of Ceres Micro-Brewery & Tap Room


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Help celebrate the city’s centennial by volunteering to serve on the Centennial Committee. In preparation for this 100th Anniversary, the City is creating a Centennial Committee to organize, plan and fund the event.

Anyone interested in joining the committee and being a part of this extraordinary event need to submit a volunteer application. Volunteer applications are available by contacting the City Clerk’s Office at (209) 538-5731, diane.nayares-perez@ci.ceres.ca.us.

For more information contact Toby Wells, City Manager at toby.wells@ci.ceres.ca.us.


Community prepares to host 29th Annual Ceres Street Faire


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City unveils plans for "Downtown Makeover"

In August, the City of Ceres unveiled plans to revitalize two downtown blocks along Fourth Street.  The conceptual plans show moving trees out into the street enabling 10-foot-wide sidewalks and allowing for outdoor café dining. Trees - possibly palm trees - would be planted nine feet out from the existing curb. The two existing Fourth Street roundabouts will be removed and artistically designed arches will define the two main entrances leading into the downtown district. A portion of the $2-2.5 million project will be paid for from proceeds of the bonds sold by the now defunct Ceres Redevelopment Agency. To view this and other elements of the plan, visit the Ceres Chamber of Commerce at 2904 4th Street.


 
 
 
 
 
 

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