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all never seems to fail us. It comes at just the right time, after the peak of the heat, sweeping in fresh new air as the harvest season winds down. Crisp and cool mornings, evenings filled with the smells of pumpkin and nutmeg, and Friday night lights are in full swing. Autumn is my favorite time of year in the Valley — and one of my favorite times in Lincoln Center, as our merchants gear up for the changing seasons upon us.   We’re kicking off fall with a jam-packed calendar of events! Starting on Thursday, October 3, St. Joe’s Caring for Me is returning to Lincoln Center for an exclusive evening of women’s health and fun. Following close behind — the best deals in Phil Johnson town are back at our Semi-Annual Sidewalk Sale on Saturday, October 5! There’s more fun that same evening as St. Mary’s High School RamFest is back at Lincoln Center for its third year. Come out to shop ‘till you drop and support local athletics. October 19 is also filled to the brim. Grab a cup of coffee and join us on the Bricwalk from 9:00 - 11:00 am to meet the UOP Tiger Men’s and Women’s Basketball teams who will be signing autographs. Then, join us for a special appearance of the Sanderson Sisters (Winifred, Sarah, and Mary) before their big screen showing of Hocus Pocus that evening starting at 6:00 pm.    Lincoln Center has a lot to offer to get your home ready to channel all the fall vibes — indoor and outdoor. Begin with a visit to Silveira’s Flowers & Gifts for some accent garden pieces, then, head to CR Porter Home Décor to spruce up your pillow selection or grab a perfectly scented candle. Don’t forget to pop over to Best Wishes on October 4, from 9:30 am - 6:00 pm, to help them celebrate 30 year’s here in the Center! No better way to celebrate their achievement than getting cozy with some new décor that embraces the warm, nostalgic feelings of the harvest season. And, ahem, as a friendly reminder — it is never too early to get your reservations on the books for Thanksgiving or schedule your Christmas party at our many fine dining establishments (go to LincolnCenterShops.com for a full list of restaurants).   Speaking of holidays, mark your calendar for the first glance of the Christmas season here at Lincoln Center on November 17 with our Christmas Faire. Snowfall will be back on the Brickwalk, as well as Santa, the Chug-A-Bug train and many more exciting things for the entire family.   We thank you warmly — our customers — for supporting our 90 businesses every month, and we look forward to a fabulous fall shopping season.

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3 ∙ 5:00 - 8:00 PM Caring for Me is back at Lincoln Center! In its 9th year, the exclusive ladies night out will feature wine tasting from local wineries, dinner catered by Papapavlo’s Bistro & Bar, a swag bag filled with gifts, door prizes and an opportunity to connect with health professionals from St. Joseph’s Medical Center and Dignity Health Medical Group-Stockton. Our Lincoln Center merchants will be offering special discounts, giveaways and activities during the event. The evening will also highlight a Care Chat featuring local physicians discussing hot topics in women’s health. Hope to see you at the Center!

Saint Mary’s High School RamFest

Support Saint Mary’s Athletics! The 2019 RamFest is back at Lincoln Center for its third year. Come out to support the athletic teams with various silent auctions, drinks and food.

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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM

The 13th Annual lemonade and bake stand put on by Kids Taking a Stand will be held here in Lincoln Center near David's Pizza. A day where many amazing children from our community gather to raise funds for numerous local breast cancer support programs including St. Joseph’s Regional Cancer Center. Come out to enjoy a delicious beverage, while supporting our community’s next generation in the fight against breast cancer.

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It’s hard to believe the holidays are just around the corner! Our annual Christmas Faire event on Sunday, November 17 is your first opportunity to celebrate the holiday season. Santa will make his very first appearance, along with his reindeer. Take a ride on the Chug-A-Bug train and see the first snow fall! Come for a day of shopping, dining and Christmas festivities. Look for more information in the November issue.

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Thanks for spending your summer at Lincoln Center JUNE 21, 2019 It was a FUN summer around the Center! We kicked off the First Day of Summer with the annual Wine Stroll and a record number of tickets sold. Proceeds from this year’s event were given to the San Joaquin Historical Society and Junior League of San Joaquin County. It was such a fun evening filled with live music, tasty local wine and great company. A big congrats to Markus Wine Co. for taking home our 3rd Annual People’s Choice Award!

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We closed the summer out with our first SummerFest featuring two live bands, as well as train rides on the Chug-A-Bug train and the fun slide was out for yet another year at the Center!

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Our Commitment to Homeless Women & Children The Gospel Center Rescue Mission is blessed to announce we are moving into the final phases of the renovation of the former Alustiza Hotel. This new addition of 118 beds to the New Life Women’s Home added to our current capacity, makes more than 200 beds dedicated to the women and children at the Mission.

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in the community Honoring the family of Benjamin Holt and celebrating the Holt 75 Tractor, the San Joaquin Historical Society & Museum hosted the event on June 22 on the museum grounds under the beautiful oak trees. The event raised funds to support the museum’s exhibits, play areas and award-winning living history educational programs such as Valley Days, Critter Corral and Pioneer Days.

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in the community The American Cancer Society hosted the 32nd Annual Moonlight Gala on August 17 at the Manna Estate in Acampo. Over 400 guests enjoyed auctions, dinner and dancing. The event raised nearly $160,000 to continue the fight against cancer and support local patient services.

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he lightweight fighter, who made his pro debut in 2017, packs quite a punch, shown by his astounding record of 14-0.    Though the recent Chavez High School graduate is only at the dawn of his career, his passion and natural prowess for the sport is already taking him to great heights.   After an incredible amateur run, Gabe was signed to Top Rank at only 16 years old, making him the youngest person that the promotional company- who represents athletes such Manny Pacquiao and Muhammed Ali- has ever signed.    Gabe’s infatuation with the sport started young, as boxing was a fixture within his household. “There are pictures of me at two years old with boxing gloves,” Gabe said with a laugh. Growing up, Gabe and his father would watch boxing together regularly, and the sport quickly became a family affair. After watching his older brother, Rogelio, train with their father, Gabe was inspired to follow in his brother’s footsteps and began boxing at seven years old. Now, Rogelio and his father make up Gabe’s team.   According to Gabe, once he stepped in the ring, there was no going back. “Everything about boxing was something I loved,” he said. “I loved that it was a challenge and that every time I get in that ring something new could happen.” Gabe’s intrinsic love and undeniable dedication has catapulted him up the lightweight rankings—but much of his fight has come from outside the ring. Over the course of his young life, Gabe has witnessed first-hand the devastating effects of gang violence, though none as life-altering as the loss of his mother Juanita Maldonado in 2013, who was shot and killed while attending a child’s birthday party in East Stockton.    Despite this unimaginable tragedy, Gabe has emerged with a positive attitude and unwavering determination. He is driven each day to not only succeed for himself, but to ensure his loved ones are comfortable and that young people in Stockton know exactly what they’re capable of. “I want to be an example

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to the kids, in showing them they’ve got a lot of opportunities out there,” said Gabe. “A lot of kids in Stockton think their opportunities are really limited, when in reality they’re not at all. I’m a kid born and raised here, I’m just like them. I want to show them that they can do whatever they desire to do.”    Gabe tries to visit as many kids as he can, often going to flag football games and East Stockton elementary schools to speak with the students. “Even if I get to one kid that’s good enough for me,” said Gabe, “because that’s one life that I’ve changed—that I’ve helped.”    When Gabe isn’t boxing, you can find him golfing at different courses in Stockton, bowling, or hanging out in Lincoln Center. “Lincoln Center is like an everyday thing for me,” said Gabe. “It’s just a really good vibe. We love Nekter, Midgley’s, Papapavlo’s— going to Starbucks and drinking coffee in the morning. My sponsor, Lovotti, is in the Center a lot, and they introduced me to it. We love just being out there. Relaxing, talking, seeing the same regulars— it’s a community.”    And community is extremely important to Gabe. In fact, being from Stockton is not just a stat on his bio, but something on which he prides himself. “It means a lot to me to be from Stockton and represent this city,” said Gabe. “When I fight, when I go out there, I make sure that it’s known that I’m doing it for us, for our city.

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I wouldn’t be who the person I am if I wasn’t born here. A win for me is a win for Stockton.”    The pride that Gabe pours into our city has been reciprocal, with the 209 rallying in support of this young hometown hero. At Gabe’s last fight at the Stockton Arena- during which he thrilled fans with a third-round knockout of his opponent- nearly 11,000 people showed up in support. Some fans even held signs with his mother’s photo. “It’s really deep. It’s more than them being fans,” said Gabe. “They really know my story and they really care for me. They’re there for me.”    Though Gabe has tens of thousands of fans, his biggest one is by his side day in and day out. “My dad and I are pretty tight,” said Gabe. His father, Gabe Flores Sr., serves as both his coach and manager; and when they’re not in the gym, they’re usually at home talking boxing. Through tragedy

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and triumph, Flores Sr. remains in his son’s corner in more ways than one, seeing to it that he pushes on with unrelenting tenacity and a laser focus.    With the support of his city and a bright future ahead, this lightweight champ fights with a heavyweight heart—-and is creating a legacy that would surely make his mother proud.

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know your neighbor Tell us how Squeeze Burger originated.

The very first location was in Sacramento near Fruitridge Road and is still operating today. The original owners invented the cheese skirt and Travis Hausauer bought the restaurant in 2004. Fruitridge Road is the very location where we were featured on Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives in 2007 with Guy Fieri.

As a family owned and operated business, what’s your favorite part?

Jane Davis • owner

What is a “cheese skirt”?

The cheese skirt is a ring of grilled shredded cheddar cheese that we steam to perfection.

Do you have any advice for people getting into business with their family?

We hear you have 22 beers on tap — what are your top favorites?

Our family met together every week for months talking about all the pros and cons of a family business. One thing we all agreed upon was our relationships were more important than issues or things. My advice would be to make sure you lay everything out on the table and keep communication lines strong before going into a business with your family.

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Are there any specials we should know about?

Every Tuesday we have $3 cheese skirted tacos and happy hour is Monday – Friday 3:00 to 6:00 pm. On Monday’s, kids ten and younger eat free with an adult purchase.

What got you into the Restaurant Business?

Working with people and meeting all the challenges it takes to run a restaurant. In the beginning it was all hands-on deck with each and every family member, but now the kids have their own careers, families and priorities. If we ever do need help, they are always available on a moment’s notice.

What is your favorite dessert item on the menu?

We have the best deep-fried Oreos with ice cream and chocolate syrup, topped with whipping cream.

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My husband Dean and I both lost our jobs in 2011. Our son, Matt’s in-laws, Travis and Vicki Hausauer, were expanding the Squeeze Inn brand, and after much prayer and research we decided to open a Squeeze Burger in Tracy. Once we started working with our kids, and were having so much fun, we decided to open a Squeeze Burger with both families, Davis and Hausauer, as well as Brian Salemme. So, I guess you could say we got into the restaurant business by necessity and opportunity coming together.

We know there’s more than just a cheese skirt burger — but tell us what else is on the menu? We have cheese skirted tacos, chicken sandwiches and salads, along with grilled cheese and BLT sandwiches.

How do you stay active in the community? EDITOR'S NOTE: On August 4th, the Davis family suffered the loss of their 2-year-old granddaughter, Abigail. Our thoughts and prayers are with their family during this difficult time.

We support local schools with fundraisers and this year we are hosting a fundraiser for “Guide Dogs for the Blind” on Oct. 12th here at Squeeze Burger in Lincoln Center!

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October usually marks the start of cold, windy weather. October also marks the start of Stockton’s Leaf Season program. This City of Stockton program runs from October 1 through December 31 of each year. Make the most of this program by placing up to five 30-gallon bags (preferably clear plastic) of leaves next to your green waste cart on your weekly collection day. There is no additional charge and Extra Service Stickers are not required. Please Note: Leaf bags must contain only leaves. If a bag contains leaves mixed with grass trimmings, branches, brush or other non-leaf content, the bag will not be collected without an Extra Service sticker.

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rsvp IRONSTONE CONCOURS D’ELEGANCE WHO: Ironstone

Vineyards WHEN: Saturday, September 28, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm WHERE: Ironstone Vineyards in Murphys, California INFO: The annual antique and classic car show will take place at the beautiful grounds of Ironstone Vineyards in the gold country of the Sierra Nevadas. Concours d'Elegance features over 300 antique and classic cars, as well as vintage trailers and motorcycles. For event information visit ironstoneconcours.org or call (209) 269-6950.

FRANKLIN HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1964 55TH REUNION WHO: Franklin High School Class of 1964 WHEN: Saturday, September 28, 5:00 – 11:00 pm WHERE: Italian Athletic Club of Stockton INFO: Purchase Reunion tickets at franklin1964.reunionmanager.com or contact Ken Duely (925) 323-3404 or FranklinClass1965@att.net.

LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1969 50TH REUNION Lincoln High School Class of 1969 WHEN: Saturday, September 28, 6:00 pm WHERE: Elkhorn Golf and Country Club INFO: Contact Terry Valentine Sousa tvsousa@sbcglobal.net (209) 639-2683 or Rick Wagner rwgnr@att.net for more information. WHO:

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Persons Association of California, Stockton Chapter WHEN: Thursday, October 3, 11:30 am WHERE: Room 6, Knowles Building, Central United Methodist Church, 3700 Pacific Ave. INFO: (209) 561-6625

ANNUNCIATION SCHOOL FALL FESTIVAL WHO: Cathedral of the Annunciation School WHEN: Saturday, October 12, 10:00 am – 9:00 pm WHERE: Cathedral of the Annunciation, 400 West Rose St. INFO: Fun day for the whole family. Fun Run, carnival rides and games, Farmers Market, Bakery Barn, entertainment and raffle baskets. For more information, contact Julie Lofy (209) 444-4000

FAMILY FOOD CART POP UP FESTIVAL WHO: Stocklandia WHEN: Saturday,

October 12, 11:00 am – 5:00 pm WHERE: MLK Plaza INFO: Featuring 10-15 food trucks, children’s craft tables, face painting and visits from local mascots. Contact Veronica Sicairos (503) 7084617 or, stocklandia@yahoo.com

WHO: Stockton Shelter for the Homeless WHEN: Saturday, October 12, 6:30 pm WHERE: Presentation Community Center, 6715 Leesburg Place, Stockton INFO: For more information or to make a donation, please call Jolyn at the shelter: (209) 465-3612

WHO: United Way of San Joaquin County WHEN: Saturday, October 19 WHERE: Stockton Ball Room, 9650 Thornton Road INFO: This event benefits the United Way of San Joaquin County and promises to be a boot scootin' evening. Tickets can be purchased through United Way at (209) 4696980 or Text: WEST to 40403.

DINING IN THE DARK

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WHO: Community

Saint Mary’s High School Sunday, October 20, 11:00 am – 1:00 pm WHERE: 5648 N. El Dorado St., Stockton INFO: Visit Open House and learn what it’s all about! Questions: Email admissions@saintmaryshighschool. org or call (209) 957-3340, ext 187

Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired WHEN: Saturday, October 19, 5:30 – 10:00 pm WHERE: Church of the Presentation Guadalupe, 1515 West Benjamin Holt Drive, Stockton INFO: An event unique to San Joaquin County, guests have the opportunity to wear sleep shades—removal of vision gives greater awareness of other senses. This experience gives a glimpse into an unfamiliar world. Cost is $60.00 per person and includes sweet and savory delicacies using fresh local ingredients, blind olive oil and wine tastings, silent auction and raffle prizes. www.communitycenterfortheblind.org

FALL HARVEST FESTIVAL WHO: Humphreys

SPCA 1ST ANNUAL WINE AND FOOD EVENT

University October 19, 10:00 am – 6:00 pm WHERE: Humphreys University, Stockton INFO: Celebrate the fall harvest with free fun for the entire family! Games, face painting, photo booth, pumpkin patch, and free food & drinks. WHEN: Saturday,

WHO: San Joaquin Delta Humane Society/SPCA, a No-Kill shelter WHEN: Saturday, October 12, 5:00 – 8:00 pm WHERE: 3536 Brookview Drive Stockton, CA (Club Brookside) INFO: www.deltahumanesociety.org. for more information, contact Maria Thompkins (209) 466-0331 maria@deltahumanesociety.com

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PORTRAITS AND POEMS: A YEAR IN THE LIFE OF THE SAINT MARY’S DINING ROOM POETRY PROJECT WHO: Saint Mary’s Dining Room Enrichment Center WHEN: Saturday, November 2, 2:00 – 3:00 pm WHERE: Haggin Museum INFO: Join us for a celebration of the power of poetry as it is shared by poets and their allies from Saint Mary’s Dining Room Enrichment Center in Stockton. The afternoon includes an exhibition of photographs by esteemed Stockton photographer Daniel Kasser in collaboration with a poetry reading introduced by poet and UOP professor Camille Norton.

Please note the Chronicle deadlines have changed. The Deadline to submit newsworthy community events is the 1st of each month for the following month’s issue. To submit events email information to: chronicle@lincolncentershops.com or visit LincolnCenterShops.com/chronicle

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