Page 1

the manteca chamber

of

commerce presents

MANTECA

2 0 1 7 • 2 0 1 8 B U S I N E S S D I R E C T O RY & C O M M U N I T Y R E S O U r C E G U I D E

W O R K • L I V E • P L AY


TRACY NISSAN

TRACYNISSAN.NET SE HABLA ESPAÑOL

3195 N. Naglee Road • Tracy

209-820-6000

KIA COUNTRY OF MANTECA

SE HABLA ESPAÑOL

1515 N. Main Street • Manteca • 209-239-6203

KIACOUNTRY.COM


est nch B ted & lu o V ar b d la a s

Where manteca Comes to eat

WE SERVE

The Very Best ANGUS BEEF

E WELCOM Y L D N E I r at A BIG, FR teca Sizzle ay n a M W E N rt W from the t at Airpo e e r t S ls ie 1890 Dan

unlimited craft salad bar

Specialty

lemonades

triple-licious combo

New! Now Open

MANTECA 1890 Daniels St.


Manteca

Work • Live • Play

B

ass Pro Shops. Del Webb at Woodbridge. Ford Motors Small Parts Distribution Center. All three firms picked Manteca for three different reasons. Bass Pro — a storied specialty outdoors sports retailer that draws customers from a 100-mile radius — was as much enamored with the outdoor pursuits surrounding Manteca as its strategic location at the center of 18 million consumers. The Delta with its 900 miles of winding waterway that sports fishing and boating is 15 minutes away, eight rivers as well as a dozen lakes are within an hour. San Francisco Bay is less than an hour and the ocean is just a tad farther. A national wildlife refuge is 20 minutes away and the heart of the Central Sierra including worldfamous Yosemite National Park is within two hours. Del Webb — the developer of active lifestyle communities for those 55 and older — saw Manteca’s amenities for day-to-day living as well as being within 65 miles of the cosmopolitan city of San Francisco, Silicon Valley and San Jose, plus Sacramento as a plus for residents seeking a robust lifestyle as well as being close to adult children. The Manteca pluses that sold Del Webb run the gamut from a friendly community feel to growing retail and dining opportunities for residents to enjoy as well as recreational opportunities such as the region’s most popular municipal golf course Ford Motors — a Fortune 500 company — is like a long list of other firms running the gamut from Amazon and Home Depot to Federal Express and United Parcel that have located in the South County for the ability to reach more than 15 million consumers in less than two hours including all of the Bay Area, Sacramento, the rapidly growing Northern San Joaquin Valley and Fresno. They also like the stable and dedicated work force. Manteca is the place to Work, Play & Live. It is also on track to grow from today’s

CONTENTS

Manteca Chamber Magazine 2017-2018

FEATURES

Despite being one of the fastest growing cities in California, Manteca still is a place where you can slow down and enjoy life as these two teens are fishing on the San Joaquin River.

population of 76,000 to 125,900 by 2040. The growth is well underway. u 5.11 Tactical is opening a 404,000-square-foot warehouse in Manteca while plans for another 2.5 million square feet of spec space for business parks are in the approval process. uNine builders — soon to expand to 11 — are busy building homes to house the growing number of people who are opting to move to Manteca. uThe Altamont Corridor Express — with a boost of $400 million in state gas tax — is gearing up to extend commuter rail service to Modesto by 2024. When that happens the Lathrop-Manteca station will be removed and service will start at the Manteca downtown station and at a new station in Lathrop. You will be able to catch a train in downtown Manteca to reach jobs in the Silicon Valley and down-

Work • Live • Play 4 6 The Great Outdoors Recreational Sports 7 Wine, Chocolate & Fresh Produce 8 Reach 18 Million Consumers 9 10 They Picked Manteca Water For The Future 11 Why Manteca Works For Business 12 14 Building A Community Events 15 17 Your Chamber of Commerce How It All Started 23 Classified Listings 27

ON THE COVER Manteca is more than just a place for business. It’s a friendly community with an abundance of recreational activities for adults, children, and families.

2016 2012-2017

SALON

Since 1936

508 E. Yosemite • Manteca

823-4515 / 823-4518 www.beautysalonspamanteca.com

• Hair • Skin • Nails • Retail Page 4

Manteca Chamber of Commerce 2017-2018

Sundays at 9:00 & 10:30 am 815 W. Lathrop Road, Manteca, CA 95336 calvarymanteca.org


Manteca town San Jose. uThe City of Manteca is working to secure a 60-plus acre indoor water park, outdoor family resort and 750-room hotel with a conference center and has already put in place $8 million worth of infrastructure to accommodate it and an adjacent family entertainment zone being developed around a manmade lake. uFine new dining options have opened in the past year including a flagship Sizzler’s Restaurant at Airport Way and the 120 Bypass. Manteca is also making sure the growth is “smart� and that there are critical resources to serve it. uManteca is working on California’s first municipal food waste to fuel system that will come on line by early 2019. It will involve taking food waste collected by the city’s solid waste division, combining it with methane gas at the state-of-the-art wastewater treatment plant and creating compressed gas to power the city’s solid waste collection trucks. It avoids landfilling food waste. uManteca has secured surface water to supplement groundwater sources to provide enough water to allow the current population to at least double. uAt the same time Manteca has taken a pro-active approach to water conservation

Work • Live • Play

The downtown Manteca Transit City is designed not just as a transportation center but a community gathering hub as well. Altamont Corridor Express trains are on target to start passenger service at the downtown station in 2023.

by switching many of its wells, irrigating the city’s 70 plus parks, to shallower aquafeirs to tap non-potable water. Water use is down 28 percent since 2013 despite

the city adding more than 5,000 residents. uManteca’s state-of-the-art wastewater treatment plant was built to allow the fairly quick doubling of capacity.

�C��R�E��AT � �I�V��E��,, �F�L,�E��X�I��B�� �L E��,,�E��X��PE �R,�I�E��NC � �E�D�� �S�OLU ���� � �T��ION � �S � � �� �� �� ���� oy, recognized long recognized TUFFTuff BOY,Blong as an as an innovative leader in manufacturing innovative leader in manufacturing for for the transportation industry, now the transportation industry, now adds a adds a new generation of products newand generation services servicesoftoproducts existingand capabilities. Find outcapabilities. today howFind Tuff Boy can help to existing out today your business. how Tuff Boy can help your business. , SELL EASE sR•ENT Rent , SOR ellLoR leaSe s!G&LATBEDS(AULERS • Ag Flatbeds & Haulers • Produce Trailers & Field Dollies s0RODUCE4RAILERS&IELD$OLLIES • Hay & Freight Trailers s(AY&REIGHT4RAILERS • Permanent & Convertible Hoppers s0ERM#ONVERTIBLE(OPPERS

tuff boy leasing equipmentď?łď?Ąď?Źď?Ľď?ł sales Manteca California • Lathrop, California (209) 858-4134 ď?´ď?ľď?Śď?Ś ď?˘ď?Żď?š ď?Źď?Ľď?Ąď?łď?Šď?Žď?§ ďœŚ &ď?Ľď?ąď?ľď?Šď?°ď?­ď?Ľď?Žď?´  t • Lathrop,  t (209)• 858-4131 The Epicenter of Commerce & Culture

Page 5


Manteca

The Great Outdoors

I

f you love the great outdoors, then you’ll love Manteca. It’s got everything you need within minutes — 900 miles of meandering Delta waterways for boating, waterskiing & fishing; rafting on the Stanislaus River, wind surfing at Woodward Reservoir, the last big stand riparian woodlands at Caswell State Park; idyllic river access, and Bass Pro Shops. BASS PRO SHOPS is America’s most unique outdoors sporting goods store. Where else do you enter a store by passing through a 56-foot replica of the General Sherman — the world’s largest tree by volume — that’s in Sequoia National Park? You can spend hours just meandering through the 120,000-square-foot store marveling at 125 native fish species in a 24,000-gallon freshwater aquarium bellowing a 30-foot soaring replica of Yosemite’s El Capitan as well as trout swimming in a pond, checking out the replicas, view numerous murals depicting the great Northern California outdoors and enjoy more than 3,500 area artifacts, antiques, pictures, mounts and memorabilia pictorial and tributes to John Muir and President Theodore Roosevelt. Bass Pro Shops is in the Promenade Shops at Orchard Valley lifestyle center at the Highway 120 and Union Road interchange. For more informa-

The Stanislaus River south of Manteca has numerous access points. Caswell State Park is popular with rafters, swimmers, and those wishing to play on a beach along a river

tion go to www.basspro.com or call (209) 825-8400. THE CALIFORNIA DELTA is unparalleled for water activities with 900 miles of meandering waterways. This is where over 70 percent of California’s water flows either to San Francisco Bay or south into the California Aqueduct. Manteca is near the Mossdale Boat Launch where Interstate 5 crosses the San Joaquin River and a host of smaller

Dependable, Friendly Service - Since 1 1985 985 98 5

2015 201 0 5

2016 201 0 6

2017 201 0 7

921 E. Yosemite Ave., Manteca CA 95336

(209) 823-1999 • www.MantecaLighting.com Mon. - Fri. 9am-5:30pm • Sat. 10am-4pm • Closed Sunday

Page 6

Manteca Chamber of Commerce 2017-2018

launch sites. The Delta with its nooks and crannies hiding water fowl and secret fishing places alike to its 19th century Delta towns and unique touches such as Sunday brunch at the Grand Mansion that was once the largest mansion in all of California makes it suitable for the fisherman, the explorer and the sightseer. The best source to enjoy all the eastern side of the Delta has to offer is to contact the California Delta Chambers & Visitors Bureau online at www.californiadelta.org or call (916) 777-4041. STANISLAUS RIVER PARKS stretch for some 20 miles from historic Knights Ferry with the West’s longest covered wooden bridge to Manteca’s back yard. There is hiking, picnicking, camping, fishing, rafting, and more along the lazy river with its canopy of shade blocking out the hustle and bustle of everyday life. For information on the park system, go to www.spk.usace.army. mil/organizations.cespk-co/lakes/stanislaus or call (209) 881-3517, for information on rafting go online to Sunshine Rafting Adventures at www.raftadventure.com or call 1-800-8297238 or contact River Journey by going on line to www.riverjourney.com or calling 1-800-292-2938. CASWELL STATE PARK offers one of the biggest remaining riparian woodlands that once dominated the Central Valley landscape. The park is six miles south of Manteca via Austin Road off the Highway 99 interchange. There is swimming, hiking, trails and camping. For more information go to www.parks. ca.gov and click on Caswell under Visit a Park or call (209) 599-3810. WOODWARD RESERVOIR is located 16 miles northeast of Manteca. It is popular with campers, swimmers, fishermen and wind surfers. For information call (209) 847-3304.


Manteca

B

IG LEAGUE DREAMS: Ever dream of playing at Wrigley Field? Do you daydream what it would be like to park one over the infamous Red Monster left field fence at Fenway Park? You don’t have to travel to Chicago or Boston, just to Manteca where you’ll find the Big League Dreams sports complex and indoor soccer arena. Six Major League Baseball fields have been replicated in proportionate size for softball play right down to details that a die-hard baseball buff would appreciate. The year-round facility has artificial turf plus two restaurants where fans can catch the action at three different fields inside or step outside and enjoy stadium-style seating in the shade. Teams come to BLD from as far away as Sacramento and San Jose to play during the week and from throughout Northern California, Nevada and the West to play in weekend tournaments. There are batting cages and a covered playground area as well for kids. If you’ve got time between games, the park is right next door to the Stadium Retail Center where you’ll find Kohl’s, Costco, Old Navy, Ross Dress 4 Less and a host of other stores as well as restaurants. For more information go on-line to www.bigleaguedreams.com or call (209) 824-2400. SOCCER, SOCCER & MORE SOCCER: Not only does Manteca have the premier

Recreational Sports Manteca Golf Course is the most popular public course in the Northern San Joaquin Valley in terms of play.

indoor soccer arena for recreation play in the Northern San Joaquin Valley but it has 11 highly regarded soccer fields including eight at Woodward Park — with four lighted fields. The soil conditions mean play can go on in Manteca even during the rainy season when those in the Bay Area often can’t even practice due to poor drainage. By having eight soccer fields in one place, Manteca hosts a variety of various skilled recreation soccer tournaments. For more information call the Manteca Parks

& Recreation Department at (209) 823-8470. MANTECA GOLF COURSE: Manteca boasts a challenging 18-hole golf course that has the most play in the area due to design, pricing, and drainage. It is located at 305 North Union Road. For more information go to www. mantecagolf.org or call (209) 825-2500. GOLF & MORE GOLF: There is also a 9-hole golf course within 6 miles of Manteca — the Jack Tone Golf Course in Ripon. Go online at www.jacktonegolf.net or call (209) 599-2973. ANYONE FOR TENNIS? The Manteca Regional Tennis Center — with six courts and a pro shop — at 307 North Union Road is located in front of the Manteca Golf Course. For info call the Manteca Parks and Recreation Department at (209) 823-8470.

Your community’s nonprofit hospice, providing compassionate and quality care, education and support to terminally ill patients and their families, regardless of ability to pay since 1979.

The Community Hospice Difference Comprehensive support and care for patients and families 24/7 Admissions 7 days a week Alexander Cohen Hospice House, the only 16 bed hospice inpatient facility serving the Central Valley

4368 Spyres Way Modesto, CA 95356 209.578.6300

2431 W. March Lane • Ste. 100 Stockton, CA 95207 209.477.6300

hospiceheart.org

CA100000783 | CA100000613

CommunityHospiceCV HospiceHeart Chi_CommunityHospice Community Hospice

MANTECA BOWL & FAMILY FUN CENTER: At 48 lanes, Manteca Bowl & Family Fun Center is the largest in Northern California. It also offers a large sports bar and restaurant, a large arcade and nine batting cages. For more information call (209) 8242889. BMX PARK: The city’s state-of-the-art BMX Park at Spreckels Recreation Park hosts numerous regional and state competitions. Unlike other BMX parks located on the outskirts of towns, this in the heart of the community near shopping and services. Manteca also offers 8 miles of bike paths, a skate park, an interactive water play feature as well as 70 parks for recreational use. For details on Manteca’s offerings call the Manteca Parks and Recreation Department at (209) 823-8470.

The Epicenter of Commerce & Culture

Page 7


Manteca

D

Wine, Chocolate & Fresh Produce

ELICATO VINEYARDS, one of the eight largest wineries in California, is just one of the many wineries that dot the Manteca area. Started in 1924, the third generation of the Indelicato family is now producing wine. The winery has been named U.S. Wine producer of the Year for an unprecedented three times at the International Wine & Spirits Competition. The Manteca wine tasting room and gift shop is open daily (except Christmas) from 9 to 5 p.m. at the Highway 99 and French Camp interchange just three miles north of Manteca. For more information go online to www.delicato.com or call (209) 824-3600. GNEKOW FAMILY WINERY wine tasting room is open daily from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 17347 East Gawne Road in Collegeville 10 miles northeast of Manteca. For more information go to www.gnekow winery.com or call 888-446-3569.

Delicato Family Vineyards offers daily wine tasting at its Manteca winery.

CHOCOLATE LOVER’S PARADISE: You have three places you can get the chocolate part of the wine & chocolate equation in the Manteca area. There is a Ghirardelli factory outlet store on Harlan Road fronting Interstate 5 near the Roth Road exit. It also features its famous ice cream fountain. For more information go to www.ghirardelli.com. There is a Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory at 303 East Yosemite Avenue. Call (209) 823-6500 for more information. There is also a fudge shop inside of Bass Pro Shops’ Union Road and Highway 120 store. WINE & ALMONDS: The Blue Diamond Growers Store is 10 miles south of Manteca off Highway 99 in Modesto. Call (209) 545-3222 for more information. California SnackCo, 309 Cherry Lane, has specialty nuts and chocolates. Information can be accessed at www.californiasnackco. com or call (209) 603-7961.

A half a dozen fresh produce stands — including Denise’ Farmers Market — line East Highway 120 just outside Manteca on your way to Yosemite and the Sierra.

WINE & CALIFORNIA FRESH: If you buy that perfect bottle of wine, you can also get the perfect produce for you to enjoy with the meal that goes along with it.

1461 Bass Pro Drive Manteca, CA 95336

209-823-1926 www.mantecasuites.hamptoninn.com Page 8

Manteca Chamber of Commerce 2017-2018

Generations of Bay Area travelers heading to and from Yosemite Valley as well as the Sierra and the Gold Country have picked up California fresh produce ranging from local almonds and watermelons to local corn, apples, tomatoes and more at a half dozen fruit stands that can be found along East Highway 120 between Highway 99 in Manteca and Escalon. WINE & CHEESE: If you want some unique cheese with that unique wine, it’s an 18-mile drive from Manteca past almond orchards, grape vineyards and dairies to the Oakdale Cheese factory on Highway 120. Tours can be arranged by calling in advance. For more information go on-line to www.oakdalecheese.com or call (209) 848-3139.


Manteca

Y

Reach 18 Million Consumers

ou can’t run a successful business today unless you can get your product to customers as fast as possible. At the same time you need to keep overhead costs low, have a reliable workforce, and be in a location that maximizes your potential. It is little wonder that Manteca and nearby communities have emerged as the major epicenter for distribution for firms serving the lucrative San Francisco Bay Area-San Jose and Sacramento markets. Manteca is not only at the bulls-eye of 18 million consumers within 100 miles, it has everything you need in terms of logistics to ship goods whether it is by freeway, by rail, by air or by water. That unique combination of being at the epicenter of what is the third largest 100mile radius consumer market in the United States — behind Manhattan and Los Angeles County — is what has made the Manteca area so appealing to firms wanting to get the maximum efficiency out of distribution centers. The list includes DaimlerChrysler, Ford Motor Parts, Home Depot, JC Penney, Tesla, Lineage Refrigeration, Dryers Ice Cream, Ghirardelli Chocolate and scores of smaller firms. They can reach consumers in job-rich Silicon Valley, San Francisco, and Sacramento that are all within 65 miles of Manteca as well as reach to Fresno and elsewhere from one central location. It is also why investors — major insurance funds to developers — have built over a two million square feet with significantly more on the drawing board to position themselves to take full advantage of economic growth. There are ready-to-move-in cube-style business parks with up to 100,000 square feet that allow firms to make the quick decisions they need in the changing competitive world of commerce. But more than anything else, the location of Manteca combined with unparalleled transit options makes it ideal in this day and age of on-time inventory aimed at keeping costs down while being able to respond quickly to consumer demand. Transit infrastructure available to businesses in Manteca include: uThe Highway 99 corridor that is known as the “Main Street of California” in terms of the movement of everything from agriculture to consumer products. uInterstate 5 that runs from Mexico to Canada to connect with all major Pacific Coast markets. Interstate 5 runs through Lathrop and Highway 99 through Manteca and are connected by the seven-mile long Highway 120 Bypass.

Amazon cargo jets land four to six times daily at Stockton Airport 10 miles north of Manteca.

uUnion Pacific Railroad has a major rail-to-truck intermodal operation sandwiched between Manteca and Lathrop that has had a major increase in traffic to the point they are preparing to expand the operation. uSanta Fe Railroad also has a major rail-to-truck intermodal operation just 10 miles northeast of Manteca to provide concerns located in Manteca-Lathrop with access to both major rail carriers serving the Western United States. uStockton Metro Airport is 10 miles north of Manteca. Amazon is among those taking advantage of the airport’s strategic location with four to six cargo flights a

day. It also has an extended runway that accommodates larger jets. A major business park is moving into the development stage on the northeast corner of the airport. uPort of Stockton is 14 miles northwest of Manteca. It is the furthest eastern seaport on the West Cost and supports a wide variety of endeavors from shipping agricultural commodities, fertilizers through firms such as Simplot and importers such as Pier One Imports that maintain distribution centers at the port. uInterstate 205 — with a junction just three miles southwest of Manteca on Interstate 5 — is the major Bay Area connector.

The Epicenter of Commerce & Culture

Page 9


Manteca

M

anteca is ready to boom. And if the ground “breaching” ceremony conducted by 5.11 Tactical for their new 404,657-square-foot distribution center is any indication it’ll be an economic blast. 5.11 Tactical President Francisco Morales pushed the plunger detonator in January to set off fireworks to celebrate the start of construction that will being the firm’s Lathrop and Modesto distribution centers together under one roof in northwest Manteca at the CenterPoint Properties business park at Airport Way and Roth Road. Morales said the firm looked at the Midwest but was “thrilled” they were able to find a suitable location in the San Joaquin Valley close to critical transportation infrastructure to support the firm’s global clientele that need gear immediately. “We love the Central Valley,” Morales said. By staying in the 209 it will preserve 217 existing jobs and opening the door for possible new employment positions. Manteca Mayor Steve DeBrum said it is part of a one-two economic punch— the other is a 600,000-square-foot distribution center that is moving through the planning process — that represents a $45 million investment by CenterPoint. The fireworks explosion touched off by Morales by Navy SEAL Command Master Chief Steven Van Horn, and DeBrum among others and witnessed by more than 150 employees of 5.11 Tactical, and various dignitaries means the firm will be able to drop as much as a day off deliveries for gear that is vital for not just police and firefighters to perform their missions but military around the globe. 5.11 Tactical Senior Vice President of Sales Matthew Sinclair noted that besides combining existing warehouses under one roof to streamline logistics, the Manteca location has a second phase that will allow for 134,500 square feet of expansion. “Every place we have been we quickly outgrew the space and have had to expand,” Sinclair said. That growth looks to continue.

They Picked Manteca

5.11 Tactical President Francisco Morales, left, and Manteca Mayor Steve DeBrum with a rendering of the 404,657-square-foot distribution center that is under construction and will open in late 2017

The firm had just 5 employees 13 years ago. Today there are 551 employees worldwide. Their foray back into the company’s roots several years of supplying recreation enthusiasts is helping send their annual global sales past the $300 million mark. They have started expanding into retail locations with 13 stores so far with an aggressive game plan to open one to two stores a month over the next few years. They offer more than 900 products with more than 13,000 distinct type of items for sale. The firm’s products run the gamut from clothing, gloves, boots, holsters, knives, watches, and slings, to packs. Their products are used by law enforcement, private military contractors, the Armed Forces, and civilian customers ranging from shooters and hunters to hikers and backpackers. CenterPoint Properties working in conjunction with the City of Manteca, has committed

Our business is growing your business 

Page 10

1180 W. Main Street, Suite 2 Ripon 209.599-5051 www.VermeulenCA.com

Manteca Chamber of Commerce 2017-2018

to a “tight schedule” to have the distribution center completed by October. At the same time CenterPoint is processing plans through the city for the “Laurie Project” for another yet to be named client that reportedly is among the nation’s top 50 firms. The 1,199,997-square-foot building is being proposed in two phases on a 63.29-acre parcel. The first phase consists of 551,475 square feet eclipsing the 550,000-square-foot Ford Small Parts Distribution Center on Spreckels Avenue that is currently the city’s largest distribution center. The roots of 5.11 Tactical run deep in the 209. The firm traces its name and mission back to 1968 to an enterprise founded by mountain climber Royal Robbins of Modesto. During a climb in Yosemite National Park be realized the pants he was wearing were not suitable for climbing. So he decided to come up with his own pants that had better function and durability and added them to a company he owned that was producing boots and clothing. CenterPoint Properties nationwide owns 326 buildings with 351 tenants in 56.6 million square feet along with 3,360 acres. It has already built a 65,000-square-foot structure at the Manteca business park that houses Crothall Laundry Services. The 191-acre Manteca property is approved for up to 3.1 million square feet of buildings. It offers direct access to the Union Pacific Railroad intermodal facility on its western flank and is within 10 minutes of Stockton Metro Airport, Interstate 5 and Highway 99.


Manteca

M

anteca’s economic future starts as gently falling snow in the high Sierra along the Stanislaus River watershed. It melts with the warming rays of spring and feeds a series of reservoirs operated by the South San Joaquin Irrigation District as part of its Tri-Dam Project partnership with Oakdale Irrigation District. On its way to Manteca taps it generates clean hydroelectric power and provides unparalleled recreation on four lakes Depending upon the Sierra watershed for all or part of a Central Valley community’s water supply isn’t unusual. What is unusual is the adjudicated water rights that SSJID secured a century ago that allowed Manteca, 11 years ago, to put in place a water plan that provides enough water for the city to ultimately support a population of 160,000 residents. Manteca now has 76,000 residents who are benefiting from the city’s foresight to participate in the South San Joaquin County Surface Water Treatment Plant that is mixed with underground sources during peak summer months to provide a clean, secure, steady and cost-effective water source. The Nick DeGroot Water Treatment Plant located 16 miles to the northwest of Manteca has state-of-the-art membrane filters designed to combat modern-day health concerns. California homebuilders and businesses understand the critical importance of secured

Water For The Future State-ofthe-art microscopic membranes at the South San Joaquin Surface Water Treatment Plant assures Manteca of some of the nation’s safest water.

and adequate water supplies for growth. The California Legislature earlier this decade adopted a law required residential projects over 500 homes to identify a source of watershed to serve future residents. It has been a virtual insurmountable hurdle in some cities trying to accommodate growth as they scramble trying to secure water rights. A reliable source of water isn’t a problem for either current or future residents or businesses investing in Manteca. The City of Manteca-SSJID partnership has

also yielded one of the most effective storm run-off systems in the entire Northern San Joaquin Valley. The city operates a series of storm retention basins in conjunction with many of the 60 municipal parks. That allows controlled releases into pipes that connect with the SSJID irrigation ditches and ferries the water to the San Joaquin River. As a result, Manteca isn’t plagued with storm run-off problems that are proving difficult for other valley cities to handle.

The Epicenter of Commerce & Culture

Page 11


Manteca Why Manteca Works For Business

T

here are 18 million reasons why locating in Manteca makes good business sense. Manteca is at the heart of the third largest market in the United States with 18 million consumers within 100 miles. It is exceeded only by Los Angeles and Manhattan in terms of consumers within a 100-mile reach. It is also at the center of the San Jose, Sacramento, and San Francisco markets with each being roughly 60 miles from Manteca. And it is the hub of strong regional growth in the Northern San Joaquin Valley with 1.1 million consumers within 30 minutes. The drawing power of Manteca was not lost on mega-specialty retailer Bass Pro Shops. The firm whose stores are virtual outdoor sports theme parks reflecting each specific market lured one million visitors to the Manteca store in the first five months of being open. Geographic location alone, though, did not prompt Bass Pro to pick Manteca or a host of major distribution centers that include Ford Motor Company’s San Francisco Regional Small Parts, ADPS Food Packaging, Dreyer’s Ice Cream, and Millard Refrigeration. Manteca sits at the crossroads of Northern California. Highway 99 – the freeway dubbed “California’s Main Street” for the amount of goods trucked on it to other locations in the state and the country — runs through Manteca. The seven-mile Highway 120 Bypass connects the city to the West Coast’s only freeway running from Mexico to Canada, Interstate 5. It also connects to Interstate 205/580 and the Bay Area. That explains why between Manteca and its adjoining neighbor – the City of Lathrop – there are a dozen trucking concerns that serve major distributors also located here including Daimler Chrysler, Home Depot, In-n-Out Burger, JC Penney, and CVS Pharmacy.

Page 12

James Waterman, the associate director for the University of Pacific’s Center for Business and Policy Research, talked about Manteca’s economic strengths during the 2017 State of the City program.

Freeway travel for trucking concerns has been improved thanks to the passage of Proposition 1A Bond that helped finance part of the nearly $500 million project that widened Highway 99 to six lanes from the Cross-town Freeway in Stockton to the Highway 120 Bypass in Manteca. Manteca also offers quick and easy access to air cargo, intermodal rail transit and ocean shipping. The Port of Stockton is 15 minutes away from Manteca. Dubbed “California’s Sunrise Port” due to it being located farther to the east than the state’s other ports, it is located 75 nautical miles due east of the Golden Gate Bridge via the Deep Water Channel. It has berths for 17 ships with 7.7 million square feet of warehousing that is

Manteca Chamber of Commerce 2017-2018

all served by rail. The port consists of a 2,000-acre operating area. Stockton Metro Airport is 10 miles away either via Airport Way or Highway 99. It has a 650-foot long, 150-foot wide runway with take-off distance of 11.037 feet for cargo jets plus a 4,458-foot long 75-foot wide general aviation runway. There are six air carrier gates adjoining the terminal building. The less congested Stockton Metro Airport’s jet capabilities and close proximity to the Bay Area isn’t lost on a number of high-tech firms – particularly Amazon. The online giant lands between four to six cargo jets a day at the airport. Manteca is also in close proximity to two train-to-truck intermodal facilities that allow low-cost long range movement of freight trailers via rail. The Union Pacific Railroad Intermodal Yard is 5 minutes away in Lathrop. Union Pacific is expanding the Lathrop terminal to handle growing business volume. It has easy freeway access to Highway 99, Interstate 5 & Interstate 205/580. A major distribution complex project next door is in planning process with 2.2 million square feet. The Santa Fe Railroad Intermodal Yard is 20 minutes away. The facility handles up to 300,000 tractor trailer units a year. There is freeway access to Interstate 5 and Highway 99.


The Epicenter of Commerce & Culture

Page 15


Manteca

Building A Community

M

anteca is more than just a place to live. It is a community full of life. It’s the laughter of the young — and young at heart — as they gets soaked from Manteca firefighter spraying water above the crowds filling Main Street during the Fourth of July parade. It’s in the smiles of seniors — those in high school and those retired — sharing a dance at the annual teen-senior dance. And it is in the look of satisfaction on faces of those who spend several hours on a Saturday gleaning citrus from residential trees that would otherwise go to waste so those in need don’t go without. Some cities build homes. Manteca builds a community. It goes beyond churches, solid schools, and a host of activities for youth. Manteca goes beyond what you’d expect to find in a typical community. Thirty-five years ago when people noticed when latchkey kids were getting into mischief after school and in the summer, the community banded together, raised money and used volunteers to build a Boys & Girls Club. Today that club is still going strong with 1,700 active members. It is financially supported 100 percent by the community. Twenty-five years ago when churches noticed an upswing in struggling families, they joined forces to found HOPE Family Shelters. Since then 180 people a year — families, single moms, and their children — are provided temporary shelter while receiving help at better managing their finances and addressing issues that make keeping a roof over their heads precarious. HOPE Family Shelters enjoys a 70 percent success rate when it comes to families being able to secure and retain permanent housing after spending up to three months at one of the shelters. That compares to the national rate of 10 percent. It is done though active community support that includes donating funds for 90 percent

Manteca firefighters help the young — and young at heart — stay cool during the annual Fourth of July parade.

of its budget. Fifteen years ago a home builder — the late Antone Raymus — was frustrated at seeing young people struggle and end up making bad decisions. When he was told much of the issues could be traced back to not being able to grasp reading, writing, and math as well as a lack of mentoring, Raymus gathered community leaders together and put up $300,000 of his own money to form a free tutoring and mentoring organization called Give Every Child a Chance. Today the non-profit has more than 30 tutoring sites and helps more than 3,000 kids a year to perform better in school. The three programs are not the exception, but rather the rule in Manteca. And when the city established a program — such as the Manteca Senior Center —

ISLAMIC CENTER ISLAMIC CENTER We offer OF MANTECA OF MANTECA informational visits Visitors Always Welcome

on-site and speakers who will come 1058 S. Union Rd. 1058 S. Union to yourRd. location.

Manteca, CA 95337Manteca, CA 95337

209-647-4461 209-647-4461 icomanteca@yahoo.com Page 14

Manteca Chamber of Commerce 2017-2018

the community picks up the ball and runs with it. The senior center is considered one of the most active in Northern California with numerous activities and programs for seniors. The moniker “Family City” is not just a snappy city slogan. To make the community more family friendly, city leaders long ago decided Manteca needed to strive to have a park within a half mile walking distance of any home. Today Manteca — with 76,000 residents — has more than 70 parks. It is by far the highest number per capita in the region. Youth activities run the gamut from organized sports and vibrant JROTC programs to FFA, 4H, Scouting, and more. The Manteca Chamber of Commerce makes it their business to help build a stronger community fabric. They stage weekly Market & Music events at Library Park on summer evenings offering a farmer’s market with family entertainment. They stage the annual Twilight Christmas parade and Christmas in the Park complete with a snow hill. Other community projects include Flags Over Manteca. It involves placing 2,400 flags along Manteca’s main streets ten times a year on days such as Martin Luther King Day, Armed Forces Day, Memorial Day, Labor Day, Veterans Day, Fourth of July, and Sept. 11.


Manteca uInstallation of Manteca Chamber of Commerce Board Members and Awards Dinner is held in June each year. This ceremony recognizes business members who have done an outstanding job throughout the community. uAlmond Blossom Festival: (The last weekend of February) While this is a Ripon event in a quaint community just six miles to the south, it is hard for a Manteca resident not to be caught up in the 55th annual event. Manteca — along with Ripon and Escalon — is a major almond-growing region. The last several weeks of February fill the air with the sweet scent of almond blossoms followed by a week where the ground in over 20,000 acres appear as if it has been snowing as the blossoms float to earth. The Almond Blossom Festival features small-town joys such as church baked cream puffs, diaper derby, parade, dances, dinners, a carnival and more. For more information call the Ripon Chamber of Commerce at (209) 599-7519. uMemorial Day Weekend Commemoration: (Memorial Day Weekend) Nearly 30,000 people annually from throughout Northern California attend the largest Memorial Day Weekend Commemoration on the West Coast that takes place at Woodward Park and is staged by the Welcome Home Heroes Foundation. Events include a fly-over, salute to Gold Star families, displays of the Traveling Tribute to those who have fallen in the Global War on Terror, a USO Show, traditional Memorial Day ceremonies, kids’ activities, car show, fun run, fireworks and more. For more information contact the Manteca Chamber of Commerce at (209) 823-6121. uMarket & Music in Manteca: Market & Music in Manteca is a Certified Farmers Market running every Tuesday evening in June and July. This is a mini-festival of sorts featuring plenty of fresh fruits, veggies, nuts, live music, great food, specialty items and a beer garden. The market is located on Manteca Avenue and Library Park in downtown. Come out and enjoy locally grown products, eat dinner and enjoy some awesome music. For information call the Chamber of Commerce at (209) 823-6121. uOld-Fashioned Fourth of July: (Independence Day, July 4) It’s a true red, white, and blue holiday in Manteca starting with the 2,400 flags placed along major streets as part of the Manteca Chamber of Commerce’s “Flags Over Manteca” project. Then there’s a pancake breakfast followed by a parade through downtown Manteca ending with an old-fashioned fire cart being pulled by firefighters who hook it up to hydrants along the route to spray down the young and young at heart. After dusk there is a large aerial fireworks display. For more information contact the Sunrise Kiwanis at 800-592-7419.

Events uManteca Pumpkin Fair: (First weekend in October) Manteca is the largest pumpkin growing region in the Western United States if not the nation. Fields around Manteca supply over 90 percent of California’s Halloween pumpkins plus tons that go to other nearby states. The Sunrise Kiwanis conducts a street fair featuring over 300 vendors with three stages of entertainment. For more information call the Manteca Sunrise Kiwanis at 800-592-7419.

uTwilight Christmas Parade & Christmas in the Park: (First Saturday in December) For nearly 40 years, Manteca has conducted a twilight Christmas parade through downtown. In recent years other cities have followed suit. Manteca, though, is still the largest with more than 120 entries. There is also a holiday festival in Library Park complete with a snow hill. For more information, call the Manteca Chamber of Commerce at (209) 823-6121.

uDell’Osso Farms Corn Maze: (The month of October) More than 140,000 people visit the Dell’Osso Corn Maze each year next door to Manteca in Lathrop off Interstate 5. It features a 40-acre corn maze either by the light of day or by the glimmer of stars and flashlights in the evening. There is also a haunted house, games, go-carts, pumpkins sales, hay rides and more. But the star attraction are the pumpkin blasters. It’s the only place on earth that you can find the answer personally to the question: How far can you lob a mini-pumpkin using a 6-foot barrel with sights? The answer is about 200 yards. Farmer Ron Dell’Osso has designed and had six “pumpkin blasters” welded from steel. For $5, you get a bucket of ammo — 12 minipumpkins to be exact — that you can fire away at targets that include the standard open mouths on Halloween characters and hanging tires. For more information on the Dell’Osso Farms Corn Maze go to www.pumpkinmaze.com.

uManteca Centennial Celebrations The City of Manteca is turning 100 in 2018! We will be having many celebrations throughout the year. The first Saturday in December, 2017 we will kick off the celebration with a Santa Run during our “Christmas in the Park” event. It’s sure to be great fun! We are also planning a Pancake Breakfast, Dance, Historical Building Hunt, WWI Mural Dedication with a birthday party, car show and cruise, a special 4th of July City Picnic and much more! uHolidays on the Farm: (December) More than 60,000 people visit the Dell’Osso Holidays on the Farm each year next door to Manteca in Lathrop off Interstate 5. It features an ice skating rink, a covered snow tubing hill using artificial snow, real reindeer, Christmas light displays and more. For more info go to www.holidaysonthefarm.com

Wine Tasting 9-5 Daily 4 Miles North of Manteca Highway 99 at French Camp Road exit #246

209-824-3500 www.dfvtastingroom.com

The Epicenter of Commerce & Culture

Page 15


A MILLION DOLLAR LIFESTYLE FOR A FRACTION OF THE PRICE. NEW HOMES FROM THE $400,000 S

RIVER ISLANDS TECHNOLOGY ACADEMY

Quality education is vital to quality of life—and River Islands delivers. Our charter K-8 has received kudos for its programs, its activities—and for far exceeding state standards.

Serving casual fare for lunch and dinner, the Boathouse is a great place to enjoy time with family and friends. Enjoy boating on the lake or bocce at Sunset Point Park, then come on over!

BOATHOUSE BAR AND GRILL

LAKES, PARKS, TRAILS

Healthy living is right at home at River Islands. Walkable neighborhoods, sports fields, lakes and parks make active recreation easy and convenient.

NEW NEIGHBORHOODS, GREAT HOMES

We’ve attracted the best builders from around the state to River Islands—so you’ll find great architecture and an array of customizing features!

Visit our Welcome Center Open daily 10 am –6 pm

I-5

301 W. Stewart Road in Lathrop

RIVER ISLANDS

(209) 808-5168 Directions: Driving South on I-5 to S. Manthey Rd. in Lathrop. (exit 460) Follow S. Manthey, left on Stewart Rd. to the Welcome Center. Driving North on I-5 to Mossdale Rd. (Exit 460) right on Mossdale to Manthey Rd, turn right again and follow the signs to River Islands.

EY

LATHROP D.

. RD

TH

RiverIslands.com LIVE LEARN BELONG

All neighborhood offerings, amenities and features are subject to change without notice. Map not to scale. Prices effective as of deadline of publication.

Page 18

RIVER ISLANDS ST EW AR TR

Manteca Chamber of Commerce 2017-2018

AN

I-5

1-205

E

AL

M

M

O

D SS

. RD

N


Manteca Your Chamber Of Commerce

T

he Manteca Chamber of Commerce offers many benefits to its members. From networking events to referrals to workshops, we are here to assist you in any way possible. Our goal is to help you grow your business and give you the tools necessary to succeed. The Chamber offers weekly networking coffee hours at various businesses. Each week 50-60 business professionals have the chance to build new relationships and expand their customer base. Meeting weekly really gives members a chance to get to know each other quickly. It also helps to get to know the new members. The Chamber also has quarterly Evening Mixers. . This is a good opportunity for those who are not available for morning coffees to have the chance to network with other businesses. Lunch and Learns are a great way to assist businesses and professionals with the necessary tools to keep your business strong and help it to prosper. The Chamber is planning a variety of workshops for the upcoming year. The Chamber hosts a variety of events throughout the year. Our Market & Music in Manteca runs in the months of June & July. Each Tuesday evening we have a certified farmers market complete with bands and a variety of vendors. This is held at the Library Park and is a great event for the community to enjoy. We also implemented our Christmas in the Park the same weekend as our Annual Christmas Parade. The parade is held each year on the first Saturday in December. In 2017 we are planning on adding a “snow hill” for the community to enjoy!

Chamber Staff Joann Beattie Executive Director joann@manteca.org 209-823-6121 Phone 209-239-6131 Fax

The Manteca Chamber of Commerce’s office is in the business center at North Main and North Street next door to Oak Valley Community Bank.

How

to

Contact

Manteca Chamber of Commerce 183 W. North St., Suite 6 Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-6121 Phone www.manteca.org

CHAMBER PROFILE The Chamber is a non-profit organization committed to improving the economic vitality and quality of life in the Manteca area. The Board of Directors are committed to helping the Chamber grow and finding new ways to help our business community thrive. Our members are comprised of every kind of business from large to small, individual to non-

Sunday Gathering 10:00 am • Wednesday Activities 6:00pm 17218 Comconex Road, Manteca, CA 95336 We are located at the end of the Street.

Where Your Story Matters newhope4square.org

profit. The members are at the heart of the chamber and what makes it succeed!

The Epicenter of Commerce & Culture

Page 17 19


Manteca Your Chamber Of Commerce

Laurin Sephos

Leo DeGroot

Jeff Zellner

1st Vice President

Treasurer

Secretary

Chuck Higgs

Marvin Brocchini

Nick Obligacion

Shawn Nussbaumer

Past President

Board Member

Board Member

Board Member

Debbie Baglietto Board President

Monica Mendoza

Lisa Blackmon

Christina Keefhaver

Board Member

Board Member

Board Member

1393 East Yosemite Avenue, Manteca, CA • (209) 823-2093 (Next door to Grocery Outlet)

Micro/Craft Beers Kegs Napa Wines Page 18

Manteca Chamber of Commerce 2017-2018

Ikenna Mmeje

Steve Jessup

Board Member

Board Member


Manteca Your Chamber Of Commerce

2017 Ambassador Committee Purpose

T

he Ambassadors serve as the public relations arm of the Chamber. Their primary duties include welcoming new members, greeting at all Chamber events and promoting our organization. Membership is open to Chamber of Commerce Members. Ambassadors serve a two-year term that may be extended for at least an additional term.

Tony Montalbo Ambassador Coordinator

Mary Louise Applebaum Ambassador

Eva Ybarra

Nina Payne

Ambassador

Ambassador

Angela Abreu

Erin Monday

Ambassador

Ambassador

Linda Hart

Hank Lawson

Ambassador

Ambassador

President’s Message

W

elcome to our Family City, Thank you for taking time to check out all the fun things we have to offer here in Manteca’s Family City. Please enjoy reviewing all of Manteca’s different life styles, local recreational opportunities, transportation options, retail businesses, non-profits and farming in our local area. We have one of the largest historical & patriotic cities including its patron’s. One of the most attractive things about our city is that we are one of the fastest growing cities while still maintaining small town values. We are very proud of our historical, caring and patriotic town. The object of the Manteca Chamber of Commerce is to work for the betterment of all phases of civic and community life in the Manteca area.

Here in Manteca we strive to keep moving forward and stay ahead and we would like to roll out the red carpet to all residents, industries, agriculture, commerce, and businesses and encourage philanthropy. The Chamber invites you, your family and friends to have fun, shop, enjoy our farmer’s market, parades, street fairs, Dell’ Osso Farms Corn Maze, Flags Over Manteca, networking and leadership opportunities and fundraising events. Enjoy our beautiful Delta, the beautiful farm land, the views and much much more in the coming year with us. Debbie Baglietto President, Manteca Chamber of Commerce VP Manager of Oak Valley Community Bank in Manteca

209-575-1606 4742 MCHENRY AVE, MODESTO Nancy Loewen Ambassador

“THE FAMILY BUSINESS THAT TREATS YOU LIKE FAMILY” The Epicenter of Commerce & Culture

Page 19


Manteca Your Chamber Of Commerce THE CHAMBER uEstablished in 1924 uAn association of business people and individuals working to enhance the economic vitality and overall quality of life in our community uCommitted to seeing that every chamber member has the opportunity to succeed uIs autonomous of all other organizations and groups uMember of the Western Association of Chamber Executives uIs a leading community action organization and a voice for the business community

BENEFITS OF MEMBERSHIP

BEING IN-THE-KNOW

uWeekly e-mail Blast showcasing new members, upcoming events and much more! uEducational programs and seminars uMember of the Western Association of Chamber Executives uBeing an Ambassador for the Chamber helps you to be known in the community

ADVOCACY

uReferrals from members and staff. Each week the chamber receives dozens of calls for referrals and our members patronize members! uIncreased visibility uNetworking opportunities uWeb-site exposure, complete with a link to your web-site and direct email uCommunity events and Membership Directory-10,000 copies distributed through-

The Bulletin

out our community! uBeing a part of one of our committees will give you a voice in the community and help build relationships

uActive business recruitment uCommunity events uGovernment representation uInformation Clearing House

uMember-to-member discounts uWorkshop discounts uBusiness Counseling

2015

2016

Carpet, Hardwood, Laminate, Vinyl, Ceramic Tile, Area Rugs & Window Coverings Locally Owned & Operated Since 1974

Open 6 days a week

Monday-Friday 9-5 Monday-Friday 8-5:30/ 8-5:30/ Saturday Saturday 9-5 CARPET ONE® FLOOR & HOME PROMISES YOU’LL LOVE THE WAY YOUR NEW FLOOR LOOKS, OR WE’LL REPLACE IT - FREE.

www.accentcarpetonetracy.com www.accentcarpetonetracy.com Visitus uson onFacebook Facebook@@www.facebook.com/AccentCarpetOne www.facebook.com/AccentCarpetOne Visit

136 209.239.1303 I| 141 209.835.9763 136 N. N. Main Main St., St., Manteca Manteca •• 209.239.1303 141 W. W. 11th 11th St., St., Tracy Tracy •• 209.835.9763 431 S. Cherokee Ln., Ln., Lodi Lodi • 209.334.5667 Page 20

Manteca Chamber of Commerce 2017-2018

uYou are an active force in the community uYou are concerned and involved in business expansion and economic growth for the community uYou are a strong advocate for business

SHOP LOCAL

uThe Chamber of Commerce encourages everyone to buy local. This helps everyone living and working in the Manteca area. When our tax dollars stay local it means more services provided by our City to help make Manteca a safe environment and enhance the quality of life for all.

Shopping local supports;

DISCOUNTS

The ONE store Locally Owned for your perfect & Operated Since 1974 floor.™

DISPLAYING YOUR CHAMBER MEMBERSHIP PLAQUES INDICATE:

uSchools and Neighborhoods uRoads and Infrastructure uPolice and Fire Departments uKeeping our economic vitality healthy


Manteca Your Chamber Of Commerce 2017 Manteca Chamber Awards Manteca Chamber of Commerce hosted their Installation and Awards Ceremony on June 16, 2017. We were honored to give awards to the following: uLarge Business of the Year “JM Equipment “ - JM Equipment has been in Manteca since 2010 and employs over 200 people. They support non-profits including Future Farmers of America, 4H Clubs, Boys & Girls Club and Community Hospice. uSmall Business of the Year “SPACES� – Georgiann Rose is the owner of SPACES. With over 30 years of experience in interior design you have certainly enjoyed in work in many commercial establishments throughout Manteca and the Central Valley. Georgiann is also passionate about working towards a cure for Alzheimer’s. She has started her own nonprofit “Music For Alzheimer’s� and has gathered thousands of CD’s to distribute for Alzheimer patients. uNon Profit of the Year “Manteca Rotary� – Manteca Rotary is about “Service Above Self�. They are a part of the community Thanksgiving feast among other projects in Manteca. This year they gave $13,250 in scholarships to our high school seniors. uMabel Brocchini Service Award “Southside Farmers� – The Southside Farmers helped to secure the breach in the levee earlier this year. uGladys Brock Chamber Service Award “Chuck Crutchfield� – Chuck has been involved in many nonprofits including Sunrise Kiwanis, Manteca Boys & Girls Club, Manteca Chamber of Commerce and GECAC. He was inducted into the Manteca Hall of Fame in 2005. uLifetime Achievement Award “Ken Hafer� The late Ken Hafer was a pillar in our community. Ken was one of the founding members of the Manteca Historical Society. He was a successful businessman, life member of the San Joaquin Valley Swiss club and past Chamber President. uAmbassador of the Year – Lauren Falk and Tony Montalbo Lauren and Tony have both shown outstanding dedication and commitment to the Chamber. They have given many hours of their time at various events throughout the year. uBoard Member of the Year – Jeff Zellner Jeff is chairman of the Events Committee and always around to lend a hand. Jeff has been committed to serving the Manteca Chamber of Commerce for many years. uVolunteer of the Year – Ann King Ann is a dedicated, positive and energetic team player. She works hundreds of hours throughout the year. She has stepped up to be the Chairman of our “Flags Over Manteca�. uPresident’s Choice Award – Joann Beattie

FREE DRY EVERY THURSDAY

GRATIS SECO Nuevo servicio de CADA egado

New Wash & Fold Service Available

Lavado y pl disponible

JUEVES

 ÂĄ LAUNDROMAT LAVANDERĂ?A! NOW OPEN!

ÂĄABIERTO AHORA!

Open 7am - 10pm • Open 7 Days a Week • Last Wash 9:00pm

Abierto 7am - 10pm • 7 Dias a La Semana • Ultima Lavado 9:00pm

• Best Laundry in Area! • All New Energy Efficient Washers & Dryers • Large Customer Parking Lot • Always Attended

• ¥La L mejor j llavandería d í en ell area!! • Nuevo lavadoras y secadoras de eficiencia energÊtica • Gran estacionamiento para clientes • Siempre atendido

SPINCYCLE LAUNDRY LOUNGE

Spincyclemanteca.com

161 E. Yosemite Manteca, CA W Cener St

Wells Fargo Bank

161 Yosemite Avenue W Yosemite Avenue

The Epicenter of Commerce & Culture

E Yosemite Avenue

Page 21


Manteca President’s Circle Sponsors

K

ey Businesses That Support the Manteca Chamber take part in the “President’s Circle” program. It provides special opportunities for exposure for businesses and involves them with important community programs. List of current President’s Circle members:

ECA, C AL

A

CITY o f

ORNI

Manteca

IF

NT MA

the family city 9 8, 1

1

8

OR

I

NC

PO R

ATED MAY 2

City of Manteca PLATINUM SPONSOR The Family City 1001 W. Center Street Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 456-8000 www.ci.manteca.ca.us

Doctors Hospital of Manteca Silver Sponsor 1205 E. North Street Manteca, Ca 95336 (209) 823-3111 www.doctorsmanteca.com It is our mission at Doctors Hospital of Manteca to deliver safe, cost-effective care to the community and patients we serve. We always strive to provide the best, and safest, medical care possible. We are excited to tell you about a new initiative taking shape at Doctors Hospital of Manteca. Commitment to Quality is designed to enhance the overall quality, control and productivity of our care delivery process. It introduces a series of targeted initiatives in the areas of quality of care and patient safety, nursing practice, medical staff governance and other important areas related to patient care. Commitment to Quality consists of a comprehensive set of initiatives that address issues surrounding patient safety and reporting, physician excellence, nursing excellence and patient throughout.

Kaiser Permanente GOLD SPONSOR 1721 W. Yosemite Ave. Manteca, California 95337 (209) 824-5051 www.kaiserpermanente.org For more than seventy years, our mission at Kaiser Permanente has been to improve the health of our members and the communities we serve by delivering outstanding quality care and personalized service. We take pride in offering the type of care we want for ourselves and our family members. May you live well, be well, and thrive!

Tuff Boy Leasing Silver Sponsor 5151 Almondwood Dr Manteca, California 95337 (209) 239-1361 (209) 239-7086 www.tuffboy.com Offering Creative, Flexible and Experienced Solutions for over 25 years. Tuff Boy trailers are utilized throughout the Western United States for hauling tomatoes, wine grapes, fresh produce, nuts, grains, tree fruit, hay, cotton and various other commodities. Tuff Boy Sales Inc., also known as Tuff Boy Leasing and Equipment Sales, provides heavy duty flat bed trailers as well as other agricultural trailers for specialized hauling from the field to processing facilities. Tuff Boy Sales, Inc. has been offering creative, flexible and experienced solutions for over 25 years. Find out today how Tuff Boy can help your business.

Page 22

Oak Valley Community Bank Silver Sponsor 191 W. North Street Manteca, California 95336 (209) 396-1581 www.ovcb.com Established in 1991, Oak Valley Community Bank was founded on the principles of Relationship Banking. We believe the trust and history built with a client, count when it comes to delivering first-class customer service. Relationships are built over time and we understand that the better we know our clients, the better we are at meeting their financial needs and exceeding their expectations. At Oak Valley, we put our customers first and we take pride in connecting to the communities we serve. Our commitment continues with every customer relationship ~ like the oak tree, our roots run deep in the community and our branches grow strong to support our customers. The bank has grown to over $650 million in assets and currently operates through 14 branches.

Manteca Chamber of Commerce 2017-2018

Pacific Gas and Electric Company Silver Sponsor P.O. Box 930 Stockton, Ca 95201 (800) 743-5000 http://www.pge.com/about/ The Environment We’ve earned 185 awards in recognition of our environmental commitment. Green Vehicles PG&E will be the first company in the U.S. to take electric fleet trucks out in the field. What Sets Us Apart? Our people, the way we value our customers and the community. See what our employees say. Career Academy Preparing the workforce of the future through the New Energy Academy.

Raymus Homes Silver Sponsor 1433 Moffat Blvd., Suite 13 Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 824-3080 www.raymushomes.com Raymus Homes is a young, progressive company backed by more than 40 years of industry experience. Our fresh, exciting designs, blended with timeless favorites, yield soughtafter homes that deliver premium workmanship at reasonable prices. Not only do you enjoy exceptional Raymus quality, you experience priceless care, commitment and personal attention. Toni Raymus, President and Bob Raymus, Vice President

South San Joaquin Irrigation District Silver Sponsor 11011 E. Highway 120 Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 249-4624 www.ssjid.com In 1909, the District was established to provide a reliable and economical source of irrigation water for the agricultural areas surrounding Escalon, Ripon, and Manteca. Since then, we have expanded into providing domestic water service to South San Joaquin County and are presently moving towards providing electric service as well.


Manteca How It All Started

I

t was the ultimate power walk. Joshua Cowell — the Father of Manteca — arrived on the sandy plains in 1863 on foot. Cowell had literally walked across the Sierra Nevada to what is now modern-day Manteca from the Carson Valley in Nevada. Originally from Tioga, N.Y., Cowell’s family migrated to Grant County, Wisconsin. It was from there that other Manteca pioneer families came, including the Salmons, Reynolds, Castles and Graves, among others. Cowell headed west with his brothers in 1861. His brothers went directly to California while Cowell opted to linger two years in the Carson Valley. Cowell arrived here in January 1863 and immediately purchased the ranch he lived on until his death in 1925. It was a ranch that contains most of present day Manteca. His ranch house, built roughly where the Bank of America branch now stands today on the southeast corner of Yosemite Avenue and Main Street some 146 years later, was the epicenter of the community. While Cowell gave Manteca life and the railroad helped nurture it along, it wasn’t until South San Joaquin Irrigation District was formed in 1909 to develop the Stanislaus River watershed that Manteca took root and started growing. The idea of moving water about to make Manteca grow was not a new concept. The first American settlers in the Manteca area — a 20-man Mormon contingent led by William Stout in 1846 who established a colony southwest of Manteca near the Hays Road bend in the San Joaquin River — were the first to build an irrigation ditch for farm crops, a modest three-quarter of a mile perfectly graded ditch that was still visible in 1910. The devastating floods in the following winter of 1846-47, though, swelled the San Joaquin turning it into a three-mile wide river. But while too much water forced the area’s first settlers to give up and head back to San Francisco, it was the start of Manteca’s perennial swings between not enough water to too much water. Cowell envisioned a town and vibrant farming district. He was the first to push for an elaborate irrigation system in the 1870s. Other farmers just laughed. He tried to dig a 45-mile ditch from Knights Ferry to Manteca but farmers refused to cooperate. Charles Tulloch took over the project while Cowell simply contracted to build the ditches. But It wasn’t until the first bonds were issued on June 10, 1910 to build the South San Joaquin Irrigation District that great success was obtained. It was so successful that by the time first water flowed on April 6, 1913 into SSJID canals from the just completed Goodwin Dam on the Stanislaus, the South County’s population swelled from 3,000 to over 15,000 residents anticipating the prosperity irrigated water would bring. In that sense, the story of Manteca mirrors

that of California. Harnessed water from Hetch Hetchy allowed San Francisco to prosper. The Owens Valley aqueduct fueled Los Angeles growth. Up and down the Great Central Valley farmers and struggling town sites were creating irrigation districts. Total acreage under cultivation in 1909 was 15,359 acres. Midway through the 1910s with irrigation in full swing, productive land increased to 51,095 acres. The Manteca town site created by Cowell was booming. Speculators from throughout the state were trying to cash in on the anticipated South County agricultural boom. The Manteca Enterprise in 1912 reported merchants were flocking to the town to provide clothing, plumbing, tailoring., druggist, steam cleaning, optical, and legal services. There was even a “moving picture show” preparing to open in Manteca. Claus Spreckels saw the potential for sugar beets in the Manteca district. His company arranged for the shipment of 28,000 pounds of sugar beet seeds from Germany at a cost of nearly $15,000 that arrived in Manteca on Dec. 31, 1915. By the end of January 1916, more than 50 farmers had planted 7,000 acres of sugar beets. Spreckels originally wanted to build its refinery at Mossdale Crossing or in Stockton where boats could easily ship the refined product back to San Francisco. The Manteca Board of Trade lobbied extensively and even offered

to provide 449 acres for the sugar plant. The impact of Spreckels’ decision cannot be overstated as to the impact it had on Manteca. The Manteca district had 371 residents in 1915. After Spreckels announced its decision to build in Manteca, the community’s population jumped to 567. By the time the plant opened in 1918 after delays caused by World War I, more than 300 new families had settled in the Manteca area. The town was growing and prospering as South County trade center thanks to the dual impact of irrigated fields and Spreckels Sugar. The actual town site had 200 residents in 1918. Talk of incorporation started. By June 8, 1918 after a successful election, Manteca was incorporated as a city. The first year was spent getting sewer bonds passed, repairing and extending streets, shoring up the volunteer fire department, property owners were fined for not clearing their lots of weeds, a marshal and deputy marshal were hired and ordinances governing citizens’ behavior were adopted. In just one decade, Manteca was transformed from a wide spot on the rail line into a new city looking forward to a prosperous future while struggling to deal with growth issues. It would not have happened if men didn’t have the vision of harnessing the Stanislaus River to bring irrigation water to the Manteca district.

The Epicenter of Commerce & Culture

Page 23


Jump ahead of your competition with DIGITAL MARKETING.

AMS Advanced Media Solutions is a local and trusted partner who is ready to help businesses with their digital advertising. If you would like to see your ad on national websites or want more information on how to successfully market your business online, please call us.

TURLOCK 634-9141 MANTECA 249-3505 OAKDALE 847-3021

Page 24

Manteca Chamber of Commerce 2017-2018


SINCE 1957

At Cabral Chrysler Jeep Dodge RAM, we offer a selection of 2017 and 2018 models to our customers in the Manteca area. When you make your next trip to our Manteca dealership, you can count on our friendly and professional staff to help you find that new Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, RAM, or pre-owned vehicle you’ve been looking for. We provide a team of financial experts at Cabral who can assist those looking for a great car loan and leasing options in the Manteca, CA area. We also want to ensure that our customers keep their vehicles performing at their best by visiting our expert Chrysler, Jeep, Ram and Dodge Service Center.

1145 W. Yosemite Ave, Manteca (209) 823-1148 W W W . C A B R A L C H R Y S L E R J E E P D O D G E . C O M

LOOK FOR US ON: The Epicenter of Commerce & Culture

Page 25


Our Commitment Commitment to to Your Your Financial Financial Success Our Success

Banking Businesses Since 1916 Banking Businesses Since 1916

Knowing who we’re in business for and that begins with you. Knowing who we’re in business for and that begins with you.

Call me for all your banking needs Call me for all your banking needs Greg Thompson SVP, Manteca Market Manager 209-337-6032 gthompson@fmbonline.com Greg Thompson SVP, Manteca Market Manager

209-337-6032

gthompson@fmbonline.com

©2017 Farmers & Merchants Bank of Central California. All rights reserved. MSR 5507 6/17. Page 22 anteca Chamber of Commerce 2017-2018 ©2017 Farmers &MMerchants Bank of Central California. All rights reserved. MSR 5507 6/17.

fmbonline.com

fmbonline.com

Member

Member


Manteca ACCOUNTING ARDASS 465 Vin Rose Way Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 566-1400 (209) 923-4196 Fax csr@ardassinc.com www.ardassinc.com VERMEULEN & COMPANY AN ACCOUNTANCY CORP 1180 W. Main St. Suite 2 Ripon, CA 95366 (209) 599-5051 (209) 599-5052 Fax tom@vermeulencpa.com www.vermeulencpa.com

ADVERTISING MANTECA BULLETIN 531 E. Yosemite Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 249-3500 (209) 249-3551 Fax ads@mantecabulletin.com www.mantecabulletin.com TRANSWESTERN PUBLISHING / YELLOW BOOK 1400 Florida Ave., Ste. 4 Modesto, CA 95350 (209) 543-1869 (209) 524-5453 Fax www.yellowbook.com VALLEY YELLOW PAGES 1850 N. Gateway Blvd. #152 Fresno, CA 93727-1600 (800) 350-8887 shelly.west@myyp.com

2017 Classified Listings AGRICULTURE SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT J.M. EQUIPMENT COMPANY, INC. 321 Spreckels Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 275-6257 (209) 923-8817 Fax edh@jmequipment.com www.jmequipment.com

ALARMS ARVIN HOME SYSTEMS 334-A N. Main Street Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-3565 (209) 824-5595 Fax matt@arvinhomesystems.com www.arvinhomesystems.com

AMBULANCE SERVICE

LAUREL GLEN APARTMENTS 574 Button Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-7712 PASEO VILLAS 801 E. Atherton Drive Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 239-7368 (209) 239-2442 Fax paseovillas@garibaldico.com www.rentpaseovillas.com UNION NORTH APARTMENTS 350 North Union Road Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 239-4330 (209) 239-6921 Fax unionnorth@westlake-realty.com

MANTECA DISTRICT AMBULANCE SERVICE P.O. Box 2 Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-1032 (209) 825-9607 Fax

WESTWOOD VILLAGE APARTMENTS 1212 W. Center Street Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 239-1600 (209) 239-1616 Fax

ANIMAL SERVICES

APPLIANCES

MANTECA ANIMAL SERVICES 115 E. Wetmore St Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 456-8270

CENTER APPLIANCE 2020 Crestwood Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-7681

APARTMENTS

ASSISTED LIVING

AVALON PLACE 198 Northgate Drive Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 815-9840 (209) 815-9873 Fax avalonplace@Garibaldico.com www.avalonplaceapts.com

BROOKDALE MANTECA 430 N. Union Rd. Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 823-0164 (209) 823-1574 Fax sgillette1@brookdale.com www.brookdale.com

15550 South Harlan Rd. Lathrop, CA 95330

(209) 242-8456 StoragePRO of Lathrop

Call and ask about our Monthly Specials

Office Hours: Mon-Fri 9:30am-6pm Sat-Sun 9am-4pm Gate Hours: 7am - 7pm

WashPRO WashPRO of of Lathrop Lathrop

PRESTIGE SENIOR LIVING AT MANTECA 1130 Empire Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-4531 dgibbs@prestigecare.com www.prestigecare.com THE COMMONS AT UNION RANCH 2241 N. Union Rd. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 463-9100 (209) 463-9101 Fax hlopez@commonsatunionranch. com www.commonsatunionranch.com

ASSOCIATION WOODBRIDGE OWNERS ASSOCIATION 2401 Morning Brook Dr. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 824-7581 (209) 825-4971 Fax rrivera@ourwoodbridge.net

ATTORNEYS LAW OFFICE OF EDDIE C. TORRES 164 N. Maple Ave Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 846-2127 (209) 943-0466 Fax eddietorreslaw@gmail.com LEGALMATCH California (661) 241-0762 info@LegalMatch.com www.LegalMatch.com/find/ California-lawyers.html LEGALSHIELD Delia Montalvo Moyles California (408) 823-5040 deliam.legalshield@yahoo.com www.unbelievableaccess.com MCFALL, BURNETT & BRINTON ATTORNEYS AT LAW 165 St. Dominic Dr. #202 Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 823-1112 (209) 823-7950 Fax info@mantecalaw.net www.mantecalaw.com

Ask Ask about about our our Corporate Corporate Specials Specials and and Discounted Discounted Tokens Tokens The Epicenter of Commerce & Culture 15550 S. Harlan rd. latHrop, Ca. 95330 •• (209) (209) 242-8456 242-8456 (7 days a week including holidays)

Page 27


Manteca

2017 Classified Listings

AUCTIONEER THE AUCTIONEER Manteca, CA 95336 sdebrum@dfamilk.com

AUTOMOBILE DEALERS AMERICAN CHEVROLET 4742 McHenry Ave. Modesto, CA 95356 (209) 575-1606 (209) 575-3363 Fax dschene@americanchevrolet.com www.americianchevrolet.com CABRAL CHRYSLER JEEP DODGE RAM 1145 W. Yosemite Ave. Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 823-1148 (209) 239-4048 Fax crogers@cabraljeep.com www.cabraljeep.com KIA COUNTRY 1515 N. Main Street Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-6203 (209) 239-4925 Fax www.kiacountry.com

American Legion Post 249 members were among the participants in Manteca’s annual Fourth of July parade.

AUTOMOTIVE-REPAIR & SERVICE ABC TRANSMISSION 193 S. Union Rd Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 823-2100 abctransmission@gmail.com www.abctranny.com

PHIL WATERFORD’S MANTECA FORD & EXOTIC HIGH LINE 555 N. Main Street Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-3561 (800) 375-0422 Fax www.mantecaford.com

CERTIFIED COLLISION CENTER, MORGAN AUTOMOTIVE 2073 E. Yosemite Ave Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 825-9335 (209) 830-9320 Fax hquillen@mswent.net www.morganautorepair.com

TRACY NISSAN 3195 Naglee Rd. Tracy, CA 95304 (209) 820-6000 www.tracynissans.com

PRECISION AUTOMOTIVE OF MANTECA 475 Moffat Blvd. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-8266 (209) 239-1684 Fax

AUTOMOTIVE - BODY CERTIFIED COLLISION CENTER MANTECA, MORGAN AUTOMOTIVE 2073 E. Yosemite Ave Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 825-1615 (209) 830-9320 Fax hquillen@mswent.net www.certifiedcollisiongroup.com

Page 28

AUTOMOTIVE – TRANSMISSION CLUTCH ABC TRANSMISSION 193 S. Union Rd Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 823-2100 abctransmission@gmail.com www.abctranny.com

Manteca Chamber of Commerce 2017-2018

BAKERY TONY & MRS. K’S BAKERY-CAFÉ & CLEAR DROP CAR WASH 1195 E. Yosemite Ave Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-1405 artemisv@wans.net www.tonyandmrs.k.com

BANKS BANK OF STOCKTON 660 N. Main St. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 249-2200 (209) 249-2210 Fax www.bankofstockton.com F&M BANK 611 N. Main Street Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 337-6032 gthompson@fmbonline www.fmbonline.com OAK VALLEY COMMUNITY BANK 191 W. North St. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 396-1581 dbaglietto@ovcb.com www.ovcb.com

WELLS FARGO 160 N. Main St. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-7162 (209) 823-8572 Fax diana.s.benton@wellsfargo.com www.wellsfargo.com

BEAUTY SALON & SKIN CARE SADIE’S SALON 508 E. Yosemite Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-4515 www.sadiessalon.com STUDIO 150 SALON & SPA 150 W. Yosemite Ave Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-7400

BIRTHDAY PARTY/ FUN CENTER PUMP IT UP 1325 N. MacArthur Drive Tracy, CA 95376 (209) 833-7867 (209) 221-7867 Fax pumpituptracy@gmail.com www.pumpitupparty.com/tracy-ca


Manteca BOOKKEEPING THORNTON BOOKKEEPING Manteca, CA (209) 825-4466 (866) 822-8412 Fax dthorntonbooks@yahoo.com

BUSINESS REFERRALS/ NETWORKING BNI – MANTECA BUSINESS BUILDERS Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 688-2834 mazizi@farmersagent.com MANTECA PROLEADS 1866 Chur Court Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 988-5800 victorrandolph@hotmail.com www.mantecaproleads.com

CABLE SERVICES

2017 Classified Listings TONY & MRS. K’S BAKERY-CAFÉ & CLEAR DROP CAR WASH 1195 E. Yosemite Ave Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-1405 artemisv@wans.net www.tonyandmrs.k.com

CARPETS ACCENT CARPETS 136 N Main St. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-1303 (209) 239-1304 Fax acarpets@hotmail.com www.accentcarpetonemanteca. com

CATERING CHEZ SHARI 305 N Union Rd Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 825-8524 (209) 825-7315 Fax www.chezshari.com

WAVE BUSINESS Lynn Cardoza Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 470-9556 lcardoza@wavebroadband.com www.wavebusiness.com

FAGUNDES MEATS & CATERING 142 Jason St. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-4184 frank@fagundescatering.com www.fagundescatering.com

CAFÉ

MEVA’S TACOS Manteca, California 95337 (209) 244-3307 (209) 321-1737 Fax mevastacos@gmail.com

PEACE, LOVE, SHAVE ICE 132 Button Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (925) 895-1891 ysupan@gmail.com TONY & MRS. K’S BAKERY-CAFÉ & CLEAR DROP CAR WASH 1195 E. Yosemite Ave Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-1405 artemisv@wans.net www.tonyandmrs.k.com

CATERING / BANQUET FACILITY CHEZ SHARI 305 N Union Rd Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 825-8524 (209) 825-7315 Fax www.chezshari.com

M.R.P.S. HALL 133 N. Grant Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 471-6777 mrpsmanteca@aol.com www.mrpssocialhall.com THE EMORY HALL 1028 W. Yosemite Ave Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 603-4255 mesickler@aol.com www.theemoryhall.com

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE CENTRAL VALLEY HISPANIC CHAMBER OF COMMERCE P.O. Box 3113 Modesto, CA 95353 (209) 789-5123 info@cvhcc.com www.cvhcc.com CERES CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 2503 Lawrence St. Conference Room B Ceres, CA 95307 (209) 537-2601 (209) 537-2699 Fax cereschamberboard@gmail.com www.cereschamber.com LATHROP DISTRICT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Lathrop, CA 95330 (209) 858-5282 lathropchamber@gmail.com www.lathropchamber.org MODESTO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 1114 J St. Modesto, CA 95354 (209) 577-5757 (209) 577-2673 Fax info@modestochamber.org

RIPON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 929 W. Main St. Ripon, CA 95366 (209) 599-7519 (209) 599-2286 Fax www.riponchamber.org STOCKTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 445 W. Weber Ave. #220 Stockton, CA 95203 (209) 547-2770 (209) 466-5271 Fax schamber@stocktonchamber.org stocktonchamber.org TRACY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 223 E 10th St. Tracy, CA 95376 (209) 835-2131 (209) 833-9526 Fax lhamrick@aceinfo.com www.tracychamber.org TURLOCK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 115 S. Golden State Blvd. Turlock, CA 95380 (209) 632-2221 (209) 632-5289 Fax info@turlockchamber.com www.turlockchamber.com

CHIROPRACTOR MANTECA FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC 965 E. Yosemite Ave.# 9 Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-2121 (209) 239-3144 Fax drcox@mantecafamilychiropractic. comcastbiz.net www.mantecafamilychiropractic. com

CAR WASH PRIME SHINE CARWASH 1115 W. Lathrop Road Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 825-9777 www.primeshine.com PRIME SHINE CARWASH 1050 S. Airport Way Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 239-9274 www.primeshine.com

Deep Roots ~ Strong Branches

Debbie Baglietto VP/Manteca Branch Manager 209.396.1581

191 West North Street, Manteca 209.249.7360 www.ovcb.com

Michael Petrucelli VP/Commercial Loan Officer 209.249.7370

The Epicenter of Commerce & Culture

Page 29


Manteca

2017 Classified Listings CONSTRUCTION

VALLEY CHIROPRACTIC CENTER OF MANTECA 130 N. Grant Ave Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 825-5610 Dr.jrusselldc@gmail.com www.valleychiro.com

AQUOS POOLS 1422 Grove Ave Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 239-0077 (209) 983-3992 Fax aquospools@gmail.com www.aquospools.com

WATSON CHIROPRACTIC 297 Spreckels Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 275-1123 (209) 275-1130 Fax bwatsonchiro@gmail.com www.watsonchiropracticcare.com

DEGROOT CONSTRUCTION 1086 Bessemer Ave, Unit A Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 679-3223 (209) 239-2310 Fax RAYMUS HOMES 1433 Moffat Blvd Suite 13 Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 824-3080 (209) 824-3084 Fax toni@raymushomes.com www.raymushomes.com

CHURCHES CALVARY COMMUNITY CHURCH 815 W. Lathrop Rd. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-1345 (209) 249-5890 Fax JimB@calvarymanteca.org www.calvarymanteca.org CROSSROADS GRACE COMMUNITY CHURCH 1505 Moffat Blvd Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-5566 (209) 239-5012 Fax www.crossroadsgrace.org ISLAMIC CENTER OF MANTECA 1058 S. Union Rd. Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 647-4461 icomanteca@yahoo.com www.icomanteca.org

Two former Manteca Police Chiefs Nick Obligacion, left, and Charlie Halford, right, along with current Police Chief Jodie Estarziau assisted with the annual Fourth of July pancake breakfast.

COFFEE

THE PLACE OF REFUGE 486 Button Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-1371 (209) 239-5072 Fax www.placeofrefuge.com

PEACE, LOVE, SHAVE ICE 132 Button Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (925) 895-1891 ysupan@gmail.com

CLEANING SERVICE JANITEK CLEANING SOLUTIONS 2735 Teepee Drive, Suite E Stockton, CA 95205 (209) 888-6600 (209) 941-2586 Fax admin@janitek.net www.janitek.net

NEW HOPE FOURSQUARE CHURCH 17218 S. Comconex Rd Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-5711 www.newhope4square.org

General Dentistry Dr. Bonnie Morehead Dr. Ron Joseph Dr. Rudy Ciccareli Dr. Daman Saini Dr. Harneet (Neeti) Saini Pediatric Dentistry Dr. Elizabeth Grecco

Dr. Mohammad El Farra

Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Dr. Mark Grecco

COLOR COPIES REDI-MARK 143 N. Maple Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-0631 (209) 823-7981 Fax redi_mark@yahoo.com www.redi-mark.com

Valley Oak Dental Group is a multi-specialty group practice committed to excellence. Our Pediatric Department provides a comfortable, caring atmosphere for your children. We provide the latest General Dentistry procedures in a state-of-the-art dental suite. Our Oral Surgery Department provides general anethesia and I.V. sedation in a safe, professional environment.

(209) 823-9341 www.valleyoakdentalgroup.com

Members of California Dental Association • American Dental Association • San Joaquin P.P.A.

1507 W. Yosemite, Manteca • Between Airport and Union

Page 30

Manteca Chamber of Commerce 2017-2018

STAR MECHANICAL 17637 S. Austin Rd Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 629-8299 (209) 213-0427 Fax starmechanicalinc@gmail.com www.starairconditioningand heating.com STERLING HOME SHOWCASE 2303 W. Atherton Dr Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 823-9490 (209) 823-9496 Fax chris@sterlinghomeshowcase.com www.sterlinghomeshowcase.com T & A PAINTING P O Box 2528 Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 824-9341 tony@tapainting.co

CONSULTANT Dynamic Leadership Tools Jeff Shirk Stockton, CA (209) 234-3835 info@dynamicbusinesstools.com www.dynamicleadershiptools.com

COPIER SALES & SERVICES ELECTRO IMAGING SYSTEMS 321 N. Main Street Manteca, CA 95336 (800) 207-4757 mohsen@eisonline.net www.eisonline.net


NEW EQUIPMENT

USED EQUIPMENT

RENTALS

PARTS

SERVICE

Locally Owned and Operated

321 Spreckles Ave. Manteca, CA 95336, (209) 522-3271 Follow us on 610 Houston Street, West Sacramento, CA 95691 (916) 372-0707

3751 East Calwa Avenue, Fresno, CA 93725 (559) 233-0187

16507 Hwy 33, Patterson, CA 95363 (209) 892-6294

835 Martin Luther King Jr Way, Merced, CA 95341 (209) 386-1797

3328 Buck Owens Blvd Bakersfield, CA 93308 (661) 578-6168

2017, J.M. Equipment Company, Inc.

The Epicenter of Commerce & Culture

Page 27


Manteca

2017 Classified Listings

COSMETOLOGY STUDIO 150 SALON & SPA 150 W. Yosemite Ave Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-7400 STUDIO Q 207 W. Center Street Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-0707 sarahquaresma@msn.com

CREDIT UNIONS FINANCIAL CENTER CREDIT UNION 206 E. Yosemite Ave Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 824-7065 (209) 825-1200 Fax mantecaoffice@fccuburt.org GOLDEN VALLEY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION 409 W. Center Street Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 825-5878 (209) 825-8162 Fax www.goldenvalleyfcu.org PREMIER COMMUNITY CREDIT UNION 2275 W. Louise Ave Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 954-4321 (209) 472-6460 Fax info@premierccu.com www.premierccu.com

DAY CARE & PRESCHOOLS HANSEL & GRETEL 1014 W. Center St. Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 823-6525

Manteca Councilman Richard Silverman presents awards during the Punjabi American Association Manteca Festival at Woodward Park. KIDS ACADEMY 680 Industrial Park Drive Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 823-9944 (209) 239-6260 Fax

KIDS CARE DENTAL 115 Spreckels Ave Manteca, CA 95336 (844) 616-5437 www.kidscaredental.com

MY KID’S DENTIST 2290 Daniels St Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 825-5432 www.mykidsdentistonline.com

LITTLE STRIVERS FAMILY DAY CARE 415 Cottage Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (408) 449-7116 littlestriversdaycare@gmail.com

MANTECA DENTAL CARE 1007 S. Main St Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-9218 (209) 823-1134 Fax office@mantecadentistry.com www.mantecadentistry.com

SMILE DESIGNS DENTISTRY 295 Spreckels Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 780-4777 (209) 780-4498 Fax smiledesignsdentistry1@gmail. com

MAS’OOD CAJEE, DDS, MPH 132 Sycamore Ave Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 825-6000 hello@drcajee.com www.masoodcajeeddsmph.com

SPRECKELS PARK DENTAL 626 E Yosemite Ave Manteca, California 95336 (209) 825-1030 (209) 825-6393 parikhdental@gmail.com www.centralvalleydentist.com

DENTISTS & DENTAL GROUPS ASHOK N. VEERANKI, DDS 1600 W. Yosemite Ave. Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 823-9371 (209) 823-8374 Fax www.drveeranki.com

Celebrating 10 Years 2007-2017

Ashok N. VeerANki

DDs, FiBCsoMs Diplomate of National Dental Board of Anesthesiology Diplomate of American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

• Wisdom Teeth • Dental Implants • Corrective Jaw Surgery • Sleep Apnea ORAL & MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY & DENTAL IMPLANTS

1600 W. Yosemite Ave., Ste. 3 • Manteca, CA 95337 • 209-823-9371 • Fax 209-823-8374 620 W. Eaton Ave. • Tracy, CA 95376 • 209-836-3870 • Fax 209-834-0968

Page 32

www.dr veeranki.com

Manteca Chamber of Commerce 2017-2018

STADIUM DENTAL GROUP 2288 Daniels St Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 456-5610 hendersona@pacden.com www.stadiumdentalgroup.com VALLEY OAK DENTAL GROUP, INC. 1507 W. Yosemite Ave. Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 823-9341


Manteca DEPARTMENT STORES WALMART 1205 S Main St. Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 824-2000 (209) 824-2265 Fax

DEVELOPMENT DEGROOT DEVELOPMENT 10294 Jeane Rd Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 479-3061 ldeg441@gmail.com MANTECA DEVELOPMENT GROUP 1463 Moffat Blvd. Suite 5 Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-3121 (209) 823-5901 fax info@mantecadevelopmentgroup. com www.mantecadevelopmentgroup. com RAYMUS HOMES 1433 Moffat Blvd Suite 13 Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 824-3080 (209) 824-3084 FAX toni@raymushomes.com www.raymushomes.com

2017 Classified Listings THREE RIVERS INDIAN LODGE 13505 N. Union Rd / PO Box 1552 Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 858-2421 (209) 858-4692 Fax www.3riverslodge.org

DRUG STORES & PHARMACIES BOB’S PHARMACY 629 E. Yosemite Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-2174 RALEY’S 1280 Lathrop Rd Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 825-0242 311dir@raleys.com

EDUCATION RENEW EDUCATIONAL SOLUTIONS & BELLA MUSIC COMPANY Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 234-7400 (209) 249-5318 Fax bpintochoate@reneweducational solutions.org www.reneweducationalsolutions. org

RIVER ISLANDS 73 Stewart Rd Lathrop, CA 95330 (209) 879-7900 kwillows@cambaygroup.com www.riverislands.com

SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION – SELPA WORKABILITY I P.O. Box 213030 Stockton, CA 95213 (209) 468-4908 (209) 468-4979 Fax sgaines@sjcoe.net www.sjcoe.org/selpa/ career_vocational.aspx

DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT

EDUCATION & TRAINING

ELECTRO IMAGING SYSTEMS 321 N. Main Street Manteca, CA 95336 (800) 207-4757 mohsen@eisonline.net www.eisonline.net

DRUG & RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT PROGRAM HIS WAY RECOVERY HOUSE THRU GOD FOR WOMEN 1006 Virginia Street Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 824-1473

GIVE EVERY CHILD A CHANCE (GECAC) 322 Sun West Place Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 823-6222 (209) 823-6223 Fax ckeefhaver@gecac.net www.gecac.net

SAN JOAQUIN DELTA COLLEGE SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTER 56 S. Lincoln St. Stockton, CA 95203 (209) 954-5089 (209) 943-8325 Fax sbdc@deltacollege.edu www.sbdc.deltacollege.edu

EMBROIDERY DOUBLE STITCH 166 N. Maple Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-9567 doublestitch2005@verizon.net MONOGRAM MAGIC 134 W. Yosemite Ave Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-2166 (209) 823-2106 Fax monogrammagic@yahoo.com www.monogrammagic.com

EMPLOYMENT MENTORING GIVE EVERY CHILD A CHANCE (GECAC) 322 Sun West Place Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 823-6222 (209) 823-6223 Fax ckeefhaver@gecac.net www.gecac.net

EMPLOYMENT SERVICES EMPLOYMENT DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT (EDD) 302 Northgate Dr. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 825-1300 (209) 825-1346 Fax SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY WORKNET 56 South Lincoln Street Stockton, CA 95203 (209) 468-3500

ENGINEERING PROGRAMMING NORCAL AUTOMATION & CONTROLS, LLC 415 N. Main Street, Ste 1A Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 815-9628 gagis@norcalautomation.com www.norcalautomation.com

ENGINEERS NV5, INC 1215 W. Center St, Ste. 201 Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 239-9080 (209) 239-4166 Fax dave.richard@nv5.com www.nv5.com

ENTERTAINMENT AT&T 1460 Hulsey Way Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-1283 cw741b@att.com www.att.com BASS PRO SHOPS 1356 Bass Pro Drive Manteca CA 95337 (209) 825-8400 (209) 825-8476 Fax www.basspro.com BIG LEAGUE DREAMS 1077 Milo Candini Drive Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 824-2400 (209) 824-2442 Fax rfetherolf@bigleaguedreams.com www.bigleaguedreams.com CUSTOM CASINO EVENTS 2625 Coffee Rd #237 Modesto, CA 95355 (209) 602-5686 customcasino@yahoo.com www.customcasinoevents.com

SAN JOAQUIN DELTA COLLEGE 5151 Pacific Avenue Stockton, CA 95207 (209) 954-5018 (209) 954-5644 Fax egould@sjdccd.cc.ca.us

The Epicenter of Commerce & Culture

Page 33


Manteca DELL’OSSO FARMS 26 W. Stewart Rd Lathrop, CA 95330 (209) 982-0833 www.dellossofamilyfarm.com MANTECA HISTORICAL SOCIETY & MUSEUM 600 W. Yosemite Ave / PO Box 907 Manteca, CA  95337 (209) 825-3021 info.mantecamuseum@gmail.com www.themantecamuseum.org PROJECTION EVENTS 212 W. Yosemite Ave Ste E Manteca, California 95336 (855) 606-9727 jsy@projectionevents209.com www.projectionevents209.com PUMP IT UP 1325 N. MacArthur Drive Tracy, CA 95376 (209) 833-7867 (209) 221-7867 Fax pumpituptracy@gmail.com www.pumpitupparty.com/tracy-ca STOCKTON HEAT PROFESSIONAL HOCKEY 248 W. Fremont St. Stockton, CA 95203 (209) 373-1500 (209) 373-1525 Fax tickets@stocktonheat.com www.stocktonheat.com

2017 Classified Listings FAMILY SERVICES

FINANCIAL

FIREWORKS DISTRIBUTOR

AGAPE VILLAGES FOSTER FAMILY AGENCY 572 Commerce Ct. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 824-5365 (209) 824-5395 Fax npayne@agapevillages.org www.agapevillages.org

EDWARD JONES 1144 S. Main St Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 824-1000 sharon.amick@edwardjones.com www.edwardjones.com

PHANTOM FIREWORKS 2351 Tenaya Drive Modesto, CA 95354 (209) 491-5180 (209) 491-5188 Fax tmatalone@fireworks.com www.fireworks.com

FARM EQUIPMENT/ MATERIAL HANDLING DEALER J.M. EQUIPMENT CO. INC. 321 Spreckels Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 275-6257 (209) 923-8817 Fax edh@jmequipment.com www.jmequipment.com

FARMS DELL’OSSO FARMS 26 W. Stewart Rd Lathrop, CA 95330 (209) 982-0833 www.dellossofamilyfarm.com GEORGE PERRY & SONS 13979 S. HWY 99 Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 249-2400 (209) 249-2427 Fax perryandsons.com

FINANCE FAMILY CHILD CARE LITTLE STRIVERS FAMILY DAY CARE 415 Cottage Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (408) 449-7116 littlestriversdaycare@gmail.com

Page 34

H&R BLOCK 1266 W. Lathrop Rd Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 825-8886 (209) 825-9437 Fax sara.riddle@hrblock.com www.hrblock.com

Manteca Chamber of Commerce 2017-2018

MANTECA INSURANCE & FINANCIAL SERVICES 1463 Moffat Blvd. Ste 5 Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 579-4125 jzellner@mantecaif.com TONY MONTALBO Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 601-8256 montalboja@aol.com

FINE ARTS LESSONS CREATIVE ARTS ZONE 1084 Mellon Ave Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 824-5303 (209) 824-5303 Fax bakertl561@gmail.com www.creativeartszone.com LUCKY YOU TATTOO 181 W. Alameda St. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 629-8321 (209) 629-8321 Fax Luckyyoutattoo@yahoo.com www.luckyyoutattoo.net RENEW EDUCATIONAL SOLUTIONS & BELLA MUSIC COMPANY Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 234-7400 (209) 249-5318 Fax bpintochoate@reneweducational solutions.org www.reneweducationalsolutions. org

TNT FIREWORKS 5831 Stoddard Rd #804 Modesto, CA 95356 (209) 521-0360 (209) 521-5727 Fax pascarella@tntfireworks.com www.tntfireworks.com

FOOD BANK SECOND HARVEST FOOD BANK 704 E. Industrial Park Dr. Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 239-2091 infosjstan@secondharvest.org www.localfoodbank.org

FOSTER CARE AGAPE VILLAGES, INC. 572 Commerce Ct Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 824-5365 (209) 824-5395 Fax npayne@agapevillages.org www.agapevillages.org

FUNDRAISING CUSTOM CASINO EVENTS 2625 Coffee Rd #237 Modesto, CA 95355 (209) 602-5686 customcasino@yahoo.com www.customcasinoevents.com


Manteca

2017 Classified Listings GOLF COURSE

The Mad Hatter Tea Party is one of numerous events, programs, and activities staged by the Manteca Parks & Recreation District throughout the year.

FRENCH CAMP RV AND GOLF COURSE 3919 French Camp Rd Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 234-1544 (209) 234-5864 Fax frenchrv@inreach.com www.frenchcamp.com MANTECA GOLF COURSE 305 North Union Road Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 825-2500 MantecaParks@ci.manteca.ca.us

GOVERNMENT

PHANTOM FIREWORKS 2351 Tenaya Drive Modesto, CA 95354 (209) 491-5180 (209) 491-5188 Fax tmatalone@fireworks.com www.fireworks.com TNT FIREWORKS 5831 Stoddard Rd #804 Modesto, CA 95356 (209) 521-0360 (209) 521-5727 pascarella@tntfireworks.com www.tntfireworks.com

FUNERAL DIRECTORS PL FRY & SON 290 N. Union Rd. Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 239-1242 (209) 239-9511 Fax www.plfryandson.com

Loc al

SAN JOAQUIN COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS 555 E. Weber Ave. Stockton, CA 95202 (209) 468-3913 (209) 468-1084 Fax www.sjcog.org

FURNITURE STORES

GIFT BASKETS

AARON’S SALES & LEASE 1411 W. Yosemite Ave Manteca , CA 95337 (209) 824-5346 (209) 824-5818 Fax 1480C@aarons.com www.aarons.com

DOUBLE STITCH 166 N. Maple Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-9567 doublestitch2005@verizon.net

GLASS

HAFERS HOME FURNISHINGS 1030 W. Yosemite Avenue Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 823-2122 (209) 823-2123 Fax hafers1956@aol.com MANTECA BEDQUARTERS 115 W. Yosemite Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-3463 bedquarters@verizon.net www.mantecabedquarters.com

DON’S MOBILE GLASS 151 S. Main St. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-7685 (209) 823-1387 Fax info@donsmobileglass.com www.donsmobileglass.com

ROADRUNNER GLASS 239 N. Main St. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-4177 www.roadrunnerglassmanteca. com

GRAPHIC DESIGN LUCKY YOU TATTOO 181 W. Alameda St. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 629-8321 (209) 629-8321 Fax Luckyyoutattoo@yahoo.com www.luckyyoutattoo.net MANTECA BULLETIN 531 E. Yosemite Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 249-3500 (209) 249-3551 Fax ads@mantecabulletin.com www.mantecabulletin.com WEB AGE DESIGN 1077 Miel St Manteca, Ca 95337 (209) 356-5742 nevin@webagedesign.com www.webagedesign.com

N e w s & A d ve r t i s i n g

Manteca Bulletin

Heating &

Air Conditioning

etin

ull ca B

te Man

Manteca Bulletin

Published 6 days a week with the latest news, photos and advertising information for Manteca, Lathrop, Ripon, Weston Ranch and French Camp.

Manteca Bulletin Online www.mantecabulletin.com The latest local news and information available 6 days a week, 24 hours a day! Just a mouse click away!

531 E. Yosemite Ave • Manteca, CA 95336 • (209) 249-3500

Repair • Installation 3025 E. Palm Ave. #105, Manteca CALL (209) 825-0682

www.warrenshvac.com warrenshvac@juno.com

The Epicenter of Commerce & Culture

Lic. #691278

Page 35


Manteca GROCERS – RETAIL

2017 Classified Listings STUDIO 150 SALON & SPA 150 W. Yosemite Ave Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-7400

FOOD 4 LESS 131 S. Spreckels Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-0806 (209) 957-4963 Fax sjames@paqinc.com

HALLS

MANTECA GROCERY OUTLET 1391 E. Yosemite Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-4295 manteca@groceryoutlet.com www.groceryoutlet.com/ manteca-ca MINER MART 1046 W. Yosemite Ave Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 823-6930 (209) 823-7900 Fax morowitmike@yahoo.com

M.R.P.S. HALL 133 N. Grant Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 471-6777 mrpsmanteca@aol.com www.mrpssocialhall.com THE EMORY 1028 W. Yosemite Ave Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 603-4255 mesickler@aol.com www.theemoryhall.com

RALEY’S 1280 Lathrop Rd Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 825-0242 311dir@raleys.com

GYMNASTICS FUNTASTIC GYMNASTICS 1475 Moffat Blvd #7 Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 825-5564 (209) 603-4861 Fax graniann@earthlink.net www.funtasticgymnastics.com

HAIR SALON

AMERICAN LEGION POST 249 McFall Grisham 220 E. Yosemite Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 612-6954 (209) 823-4133 Fax bobegon@yahoo.com www.americanlegionpost249.com

VFW Post 6311 ~ Jimmy Connors, Gorden Thomsen, Brock Elliott 580 Moffat Blvd Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-8700

HEALTH CARE SERVICES

D

er, It’s e b r u for yo r a f e riv on’t d

WESSON HEARING AID CENTER 1079 Eucalyptus Suite B Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 823-2107 (209) 823-0563 Fax dougwesson@gmail.com

DOUBLE STITCH 166 N. Maple Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-9567 doublestitch2005@verizon.net

HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING STAR MECHANICAL 17637 S. Austin Rd Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 629-8299 (209) 213-0427 Fax starmechanicalinc@gmail.com www.starairconditioningand heating.com WARREN’S HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING 3025 E. Palm Lane #105 Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 825-0682 (209) 599-1157 Fax warrenshvac@juno.com www.warrenshvac.com

administration department

! Here

1046 W. Yosemite Ave., Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-6930

Page 36

HEARING SERVICES/ HEARING AIDS

City Of Manteca

Miner Mart Liquors •Beer Kegs •Wine & More!

SIRAJ K. AHMED, MD, INC “Chest Clinic” 1262 E. North St Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 665-7054 (209) 239-9594 Fax

WATSON CHIROPRACTIC 297 Spreckels Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 275-1123 (209) 275-1130 Fax bwatsonchiro@gmail.com www.watsonchiropracticcare.com

HEAT PRESS SERVICES

MAS’OOD CAJEE, DDS, MPH 132 Sycamore Ave Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 825-6000 hello@drcajee.com www.masoodcajeeddsmph.com

“Best Craft Beer Selection in Town”

ide We prov rofit for Non-P nts e v E Special

INTERNATIONAL HEALTHLINK PROFESSIONALS (IHELP) 600 N. Main St. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 825-5995 (209) 825-5994 Fax ihelpinc@ihelpinc.net www.ihelpinc.net KAISER PERMANENTE 1721 W. Yosemite Ave. Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 824-5051 www.kaiserpermanente.org

BETHANY HOME 930 W Main Street Ripon, Ca 95366 (209) 599-4221 rwagner@bethanyripon.org www.bethanyripon.org

SADIE’S SALON 508 E Yosemite Ave Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-4515 www.sadiessalon.com

CO OCCUPATIONAL MEDICAL PARTNERS 1341 Historical Plaza Way Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 824-1893 (209) 825-9605 Fax Kaycee.beck@yourcomppartners. com www.coocupationalmedical partners.com DOCTORS HOSPITAL OF MANTECA 1205 E. North St. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-3111 (209) 239-8355 Fax www.doctorsmanteca.com

Manteca Chamber of Commerce 2017-2018

Stephen “Steve” DeBrum Mayor

1001 W. Center St., Ste. B Manteca, Ca 95337 email: sdebrum@ci.manteca.ca.us

PH. (209) 456-8017 CELL (209) 629-6466 FAX (209) 923-8960


Manteca

2017 Classified Listings

HOME & GARDEN

HOSPITALS

STANDARD PLUMBING SUPPLY / TRUE VALUE 105 Northgate Dr. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 824-6963

DOCTORS HOSPITAL OF MANTECA 1205 E. North St. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-3111 (209) 239-8355 Fax www.doctorsmanteca.com

HOME BASED BUSINESS THE AUCTIONEER Manteca, CA sdebrum@dfamilk.com

KAISER PERMANENTE HOSPITAL 1777 W. Yosemite Ave. Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 825-3700 www.kaiserpermanente.org

HOME BUILDERS RAYMUS HOMES 1433 Moffat Blvd Suite 13 Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 824-3080 (209) 824-3084 Fax toni@raymushomes.com www.raymushomes.com STERLING HOME SHOWCASE 2303 W Atherton Dr Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 823-9490 (209) 823-9496 Fax chris@sterlinghomeshowcase.com www.sterlinghomeshowcase.com

HOME MORTGAGE WELLS FARGO HOME MORTGAGE 1162 S. Main St. Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 239-0037 (209) 833-1003 Fax gabriel.ibarra@wellsfargo.com www.fmhm.com/loans/wellsfargo homemortgagetracybranchca

HOTELS

The Vietnam War mural was unveiled in May. It is the latest in Manteca’s mural project now featuring nearly two dozen murals. ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS SPECIALISTS, INC 183 W. North Street #4 Manteca, CA 95336 (855) 377-2576 electronicsystems@msn.com VIVINT, INC 4931 N. 300 W. Provo, UT 85604 (877) 873-9883 (801) 377-4116 Fax www.vivint.com

COMMUNITY HOSPICE 4368 Spyres Way Modesto, CA 95356 (209) 824-5638 (209) 541-3294 Fax kristin.mostowski@hospiceheart. org www.hospiceheart.org

HOME SECURITY SYSTEMS

HOSPICE

HOSPICE OF SAN JOAQUIN 179 W. North St. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 957-3888 waudet@hospicesj.org www.hospicesj.org

ARVIN HOME SYSTEMS, INC. 334-A N. Main St. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-3565 (209) 824-5595 Fax matt@arvinhomesystems.com www.arvinhomesystems.com

BRISTOL HOSPICE 5757 Pacific Ave., Ste. 228 Stockton, CA 95207 (209) 473-3650 (209) 473-3652 Fax sherri.stanton@bristolhospice.com www.bristolhospice.com

OPTIMAL HOSPICE FOUNDATION 3461 Brookside Rd, Ste A2 Stockton, CA 95219 (209) 670-8000 (209) 670-8020 Fax cshoemake@optimalcares.com www.optimalcares.com

Mission Statement: To be a leading day program for Adults with Developmental Disabilities by maximizing their quality of life according to their choices.

178 S. Austin Rd. Manteca, CA 95336 Paul@valleycaps.org www.valleycaps.org

BEST WESTERN EXECUTIVE INN & SUITES 1415 E. Yosemite Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 825-1415 (209) 825-4251 Fax www.bestwesternmanteca.com HAMPTON INN & SUITES MANTECA 1461 Bass Pro Drive Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 823-1926 (209) 823-3171 Fax terrence.pierce@hilton.com www.mantecasuites.hamptoninn. com HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS HOTEL & SUITES 179 Commerce Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-5600 (209) 239-9380 Fax salesmanteca@gmail.com www.mantecahie.com HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS HOTEL & SUITES LATHROP 15688 S. Harlan Road Lathrop, CA 95330 (209) 373-2700 (209) 373-2703 Fax dorine.j@lotusmgmtinc.com www.holidayinnexpress.com/ lathrop-ca

Paul T. Rengh Executive Director

209.239.5050 fax 209.239.0192

Serving People with Developmental Disabilities Since 1976

The Epicenter of Commerce & Culture

Page 37


Manteca

2017 Classified Listings

IN HOME CARE

Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts mark the grave of veterans at Manteca’s East Union Cemetery every Memorial Day.

BETHANY HOME 930 W Main Street Ripon, Ca 95366 (209) 599-4221 rwagner@bethanyripon.org www.bethanyripon.org COMFORT KEEPERS 120 E. 12th St. Suite A Tracy, CA 95376 (209) 832-1333 (209) 832-1118 Fax tracy@comfortkeepers.com www.comfortkeepers.com DIAMOND CARE INC 7910 S. Bright Rd French Camp, CA 95231 (209) 914-2859 gloriamurphy@diamondcareinc.com www.diamondcareinc.com

INDIVIDUAL MEMBER BOB ELLIOTT COUNTY SUPERVISOR 44 N. San Joaquin Street Stockton, CA 95202 (209) 468-3113 (209) 468-3694 Fax belliott@sjgov.org www.sjgov.org TONY MONTALBO Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 601-8256 montalboja@aol.com

INDUSTRIES J R Simplot Company 16777 Howland Rd. Lathrop, CA 95330 (209) 858-2511 (209) 858-9174 Fax hrca@simplot.com www.simplot.com

INSURANCE AGENCIES AFLAC – WALTER R. REED P.O. Box 4431 Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 481-6276 (209) 751-4751 Fax walter_reed@us.aflac.com BASI INSURANCE 1000 W. Center Street Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 823-6886 (209) 823-0872 Fax donna@basiinsurance.com www.basiinsurance.com DOMINIC MARTOS INSURANCE 999 W Center St #3 Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 823-4823 (925) 226-4988 Fax dominic@martosinsurance.com www.martosinsurance.com MANTECA INSURANCE & FINANCIAL SERVICES 1463 Moffat Blvd. Ste. 5 Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 579-4125 jzellner@mantecaif.com

Residential • Commercial • Agricultural

Ron Shaw

Account Executive (209) 823-7641 (800) 914-4427 Toll Free (209) 823-9931 Fax (209) 481 4192 Cell

Page 38

1929 Moffat Blvd Manteca, CA 95336 rshaw@kampspropane.com www.kampspropane.com

Manteca Chamber of Commerce 2017-2018

PRIMERICA – DAVID SAENZ 1005 E. Pescadero Ave #171 Tracy, CA 95304 (209) 598-1661 david@primericarocks.com PRIMERICA – VICTOR CONDE California (209) 601-2100 (209) 548-0803 Fax vconde@primerica.com www.primerica.com/vconde STATE FARM INSURANCE/ CRYSTAL DOWNS 259 N. Main St. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-7121 (209) 823-3072 Fax crystal@crystaldowns.net www.crystaldowns.net STATE FARM INSURANCE/ JACOB NAVEN 1509 W Yosemite Ave #A2 Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 823-7880 (209) 823-6312 Fax jacob.naven.mb2h@statefarm.com www.mantecainsurance.com

STATE FARM INSURANCE/ BRIAN BLANCO 250 Cherry Lane, Suite 108 Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 647-4848 (209) 647-4822 Fax brian.blanco.f0up@statefarm.com www.brianblanco.net VAN ESSEN INSURANCE 129 E. Center Street Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-4155 (209) 239-9560 Fax www.vanessenagency.com

INTERIOR DESIGN SPACES 208 W. North Street Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 815-9021 (209) 815-9425 Fax georgiann@design-spaces.com www.design-spaces.com

INVESTMENTS EDWARD JONES 1144 S. Main St Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 824-1000 sharon.amick@edwardjones.com www.edwardjones.com

Rita’s of Manteca

1448 Hulsey Road Manteca, CA 95336 Facebook.com/ritasmanteca © 2017 RITA’S FRANCHISE COMPANY. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.


Manteca MANTECA INSURANCE & FINANCIAL SERVICES 1463 Moffat Blvd., Ste. 5 Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 579-4125 jzellner@mantecaif.com PRIMERICA – DAVID SAENZ 1005 E. Pescadero Ave #171 Tracy, CA 95304 (209) 598-1661 david@primericarocks.com PRIMERICA – VICTOR CONDE California (209) 601-2100 (209) 548-0803 Fax vconde@primerica.com www.primerica.com/vconde

ITALIAN ICE / FROZEN CUSTARD RITA’S ITALIAN ICE 1448 Hulsey Way Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 222-3989 ritasmanteca@gmail.com www.ritasofmanteca.com

JANITORIAL SERVICE JANITEK CLEANING SOLUTIONS 2735 Teepee Drive, Suite E Stockton, CA 95205 (209) 888-6600 (209) 941-2586 Fax admin@janitek.net www.janitek.net RAY RAY’S HARD SURFACE CLEANING California (408) 230-0094 info@rayrayshsc.com www.rayrayshsc.com

2017 Classified Listings LAUNDRY

LIFE INSURANCE

LOCAL- CITY HALL

SPIN CYCLE LAUNDRY LOUNGE 161 E. Yosemite Ave Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 283-1850 mike.nemetz@gmail.com www.spincyclemanteca.com

AFLAC – WALTER R. REED P.O. Box 4431 Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 481-6276 (209) 751-4751 Fax walter_reed@us.aflac.com

CITY OF MANTECA 1001 W. Center Street Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 456-8000 www.ci.manteca.ca.us

LEGAL

DOMINIC MARTOS INSURANCE 999 W Center St #3 Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 823-4823 (925) 226-4988 Fax dominic@martosinsurance.com www.martosinsurance.com

LAW OFFICE OF EDDIE C. TORRES 164 N. Maple Ave Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 846-2127 (209) 943-0466 Fax eddietorreslaw@gmail.com LEGALMATCH California (661) 241-0762 info@LegalMatch.com www.LegalMatch.com/find/ California-lawyers.html LEGALSHIELD Delia Montalvo Moyles California (408) 823-5040 deliam.legalshield@yahoo.com www.unbelievableaccess.com MCFALL, BURNETT & BRINTON ATTORNEYS AT LAW 165 St. Dominic Dr. #202 Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 823-1112 (209) 823-7950 Fax info@mantecalaw.net www.mantecalaw.com

LIBRARY MANTECA PUBLIC LIBRARY 320 West Center Street Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 937-8221 MantecaLibrary@ci.manteca.ca.us

MANTECA INSURANCE & FINANCIAL SERVICES 1463 Moffat Blvd., Ste 5 Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 579-4125 jzellner@mantecaif.com

LIGHTING FIXTURES

LOGISTICS C & A TRANSPORTATION, INC. P.O. Box 712 Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-7567 (209) 825-7543 Fax c.a.inc@comcast.net

MANUFACTURING TUFF BOY, INC. 5151 Almondwood Dr Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 239-1361 (209) 239-7086 Fax www.tuffboy.com

MASSAGE THERAPY

MANTECA LIGHTING 921 E Yosemite Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-1999

LIQUOR STORE MANTECA MART LIQUORS 1393 E. Yosemite Ave Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-2093 mantecamartliquors@gmail.com MINER MART 1046 W Yosemite Ave Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 823-6930 (209) 823-7900 Fax morowitmike@yahoo.com

MANTECA MIND BODY & SPIRIT MASSAGE 333 N. Main St Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-7702 mshealth4u@gmail.com STUDIO 150 SALON & SPA 150 W. Yosemite Ave Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-7400 VALLEY CHIROPRACTIC CENTER OF MANTECA 130 N. Grant Ave Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 825-5610 Dr.jrusselldc@gmail.com www.valleychiro.com

M & M Movers

Family owned and operated FREE ESTIMATES! “The Masters of Moving”

JR (408) 637-0691 M & M Movers is a fully licensed and insured company that is providing excellent service to all of Northern California.

The Epicenter of Commerce & Culture

Page 39


Manteca

2017 Classified Listings

MEAT & FOODS

Lincoln School was among the first five schools to be modernized in the Manteca Unified School District via a voter approved $157 million bond.

FAGUNDES MEATS & CATERING 142 Jason St. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-4184 frank@fagundescatering.com www.fagundescatering.com

MODULAR/ MANUFACTURED HOMES STERLING HOME SHOWCASE 2303 W Atherton Dr Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 823-9490 (209) 823-9496 Fax chris@sterlinghomeshowcase.com www.sterlinghomeshowcase.com

MORTGAGE BANKER IMORTGAGE 1630 W. Yosemite Ave, Ste 2 Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 647-5000 (877) 850-9407 Fax christy.fletcher@imortgage.com rebecca.rey@imortgage.com mike.sherrill@imortgage.com www.imortgage.com

MOTORHOME SALES/ SERVICE MANTECA TRAILER & MOTORHOME 204 S Vasconcellos Ave Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 691-5277 (209) 249-2651 Fax tenney@mantecatrailer.com www.mantecatrailer.com

MOVING COMPANY M & M MOVERS JR Huizar Manteca, CA 95337 (408) 637-0691 themastersofmoving@gmail.com

MUSEUMS

NEWSPAPERS

MANTECA HISTORICAL SOCIETY & MUSEUM 600 W. Yosemite Ave / PO Box 907 Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 825-3021 info.mantecamuseum@gmail.com www.themantecamuseum.org

MANTECA BULLETIN 531 E. Yosemite Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 249-3500 (209) 249-3551 Fax ads@mantecabulletin.com www.mantecabulletin.com

MUSIC CREATIVE ARTS ZONE 1084 Mellon Ave Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 824-5303 (209) 824-5303 Fax bakertl561@gmail.com www.creativeartszone.com

Specializing in Lungs and Sleep Disorders, Treat Asthma, COPD, Lung Cancer, Chronic Cough, Allergies, Chest Pains, Fatigue, Snoring and Shortness of Breath.

Siraj K. Ahmed, MD, FCCP, ABSM Pulmonary • Critical Care • Sleep Medicine Board Certified

209-665-7054 1262 E. North Street, Manteca, CA 95336

Page 40

Manteca Chamber of Commerce 2017-2018

THE RECORD 530 E. Market St. Stockton, CA 95202 (209) 546-8304 (209) 547-8181 Fax cwanner@recordnet.com www.recordnet.com

NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION A BRIDGE TO CHANGE Irene Godinez Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 808-2550 irenemre@gmail.com www.unitedwestandgolf.com

AGAPE VILLAGES, INC. 572 Commerce Ct Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 824-5365 (209) 824-5395 Fax npayne@agapevillages.org www.agapevillages.org AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY 1101 Sylvan Ave, Suite C-105 Modesto, CA 95350 (209) 524-7241 (209) 524-7454 Fax www.cancer.org AMERICAN LEGION POST 249 McFALL GRISHAM 220 E. Yosemite Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 612-6954 (209) 823-4133 Fax bobegon@yahoo.com www.americanlegionpost249.com


Manteca

2017 Classified Listings

BOYS & GIRLS CLUB 545 W. Alameda St. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-5437 (209) 239-6680 Fax jmiller@bgmanteca.org www.bgmanteca.org

CPL. CHARLES O. PALMER II MEMORIAL TROOP SUPPORT PROGRAM Teri Palmer Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 239-3088 cplpalmersupport@aol.com www.cplpalmertroopsupport.com

CENTRAL VALLEY ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS CHARITABLE FOUNDATION MANTECA, LATHROP, RIPON COUNCIL 16980 S. Harlan Rd. Lathrop, CA 95330 (209) 858-1700 (209) 858 1709 Fax accounts@cvar.org www.cvar.org

EAST UNION MEMORIAL CEMETERY P. O. Box 591 Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-8533 (209) 823-2529 Fax eucemetery@gmail.com

CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION COUNCIL OF SAN JOAQUIN P.O. Box 1257 Stockton, CA 95201 (209) 464-4524 (209) 507-7369 Fax lturner@NoChildAbuse.org www.NoChildAbuse.org COMMUNITY CENTER FOR THE BLIND 130 W. Flora St Stockton, CA 95202 (209) 466-3836 (209) 466-5692 michellem@communitycenter fortheblind.org www.communitycenterforth eblind.org COMMUNITY HOSPICE 4368 Spyres Way Modesto, CA  95356 (209) 824-5638 (209) 541-3294 Fax Kristin.mostowski@hospiceheart. org www.hospiceheart.org

EDEN HOUSING RESIDENT SERVICES 1976 N. Union Rd Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 601-8900 paullette.creel@edenhousing.org www.edenhousing.org GIVE EVERY CHILD A CHANCE (GECAC) 322 Sun West Place Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 823-6222 (209) 823-6223 Fax ckeefhaver@gecac.net www.gecac.net HAVEN OF PEACE 7070 S. Harlan Road French Camp, CA 95231 (209) 982-0396 (209) 234-1010 Fax bcastellanos@havenofpeaceinc. org www.havenofpeaceinc.org HEARTS AND HANDS PREGNANCY AND FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER Manteca, CA 95336 (650) 208-7070 free2bcici@yahoo.com

HOPE MINISTRIES, INC. 520 S. Union Rd Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 824-0658 cecilyballungay@hopeminis triesinc.org www.hopefamilyshelters.org

MANTECA POLICE OFFICERS ASSOCIATION 1001 W. Center St. Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 456-7317 sschuluer@mantecapd.com

HOSPICE OF SAN JOAQUIN 179 W. North St Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 957-3888 waudet@hospicesj.org www.hospicesj.org

MANTECA PREGNANCY HELP CENTER 401 N. Main St. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-9899 mrtlphc88@aol.com www.omgpregnant.org

ISLAMIC CENTER OF MANTECA 1058 S. Union Rd Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 647-4461 icomanteca@yahoo.com www.icomanteca.org KIWANIS (SUNRISE) P O Box 752 Manteca, CA 95336 (800) 592-7419 www.sunrisekiwanis.org LOVE I.N.C. 609 W. Center Street Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 825-9131 (209) 825-9141 Fax stevparsn@aol.com www.loveincmanteca.org MANTECA GARDEN CLUB, INC. P O Box 23 Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 825-0505 mantecagardenclub@gmail.com www.mantecagardenclub.org MANTECA MURAL SOCIETY P.O. Box 1666 Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-1386 (209) 531-5852 Fax info@mantecamurals.com www.mantecamurals.com

PPO - 17718

NEW HOPE FOURSQUARE CHURCH 17218 S. Comconex Rd Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-5711 www.newhope4square.org

Special rates for less than 50 people

CONRAD LEVOIT III

www.LevoitAPS.com www.LevoitAPS.com

MANTECA YOUTH FOCUS P.O. Box 2397 Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-5048 www.mantecayouthfocus.org

Having a Small Meeting or Party?

CONRAD •LEVOIT III 209.456.0507 • conrad@scsatracy.com Conrad@LevoitAPS.com 95 W. 11th Street, Suite 206Suite Tracy, 95376 95 W. 11th Street, 206CA Tracy, CA 95376

MANTECA SENIOR CENTER 295 Cherry Lane Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 456-8650 (209) 923-8989 Fax www.ci.manteca.ca.us/parks/ senior_center

(Perfect for Business & Training Meeting)

Lic. TFF-1193, TIF-1835, Lic. TFF-1193, TIF-1835, TFB-1152,TIB-1712 TIB-1712 TFB-1152,

209.456.0507 • conrad@scsatracy.com • Conrad@LevoitAPS.com

MANTECA ROTARY Charlie Halford P.O. Box 1009 Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 456-7300 mantecarotary@comcast.net

New Conference Room

CA BSIS Guard Card Firearm Permit CA BSIS Guard Card Baton License Firearm Permit Baton License Tear Gas/OC/Mace Tear Gas/OC/Mace Electronic Control Device Electronic Control Device American RedAmerican CrossRed CPR FA/AED Cross CPR FA/AED CaliforniaWeapon Concealed Weapon Course California Concealed (CCW)(CCW) Course PPO - 17718

MANTECA PROLEADS 1866 Chur Court Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 988-5800 victorrandolph@hotmail.com www.mantecaproleads.com

1028 W. Yosemite Ave. Manteca, CA 95337

209-603-4255 www.theemoryhall.com

The Epicenter of Commerce & Culture

Page 41


Manteca OPTIMAL HOSPICE FOUNDATION 3461 Brookside Rd, Ste A2 Stockton, CA 95219 (209) 670-8000 (209) 670-8020 Fax cshoemake@optimalcares.com www.optimalcares.com SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY 11793 N. Micke Grove Road Lodi, CA 95240 (209) 331-2055 (209) 331-2057 Fax davidstuart@sanjoaquinhistory.org www.SanJoaquinHistory.org SECOND HARVEST FOOD BANK 704 E Industrial Park Drive Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 239-2091 infosjstan@secondharvest.org www.localfoodbank.org S.O.A.R’S THRIFT 271 W. Louise Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (916) 320-4060 Soaringupwards4life@gmail.com SONDANCE CHRISTIAN DANCE SCHOOL 612 Commerce Ct. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-1740 steve@sondance.org www.sondance.org THREE RIVERS INDIAN LODGE 13505 N Union Rd / PO Box 1552 Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 858-2421 (209) 858-4692 Fax www.3riverslodge.org UNITED CEREBRAL PALSY OF SAN JOAQUIN, CALAVERAS & AMADOR COUNTIES 333 W. Benjamin Holt Drive Stockton, CA 95207 (209) 956-0290 (209) 956-0294 Fax www.ucpsj.org

2017 Classified Listings UNITED WAY OF SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY 401 E. Main Street Stockton, CA 95202 (209) 469-6980 dng@unitedwaysjc.org www.unitedwaysjc.org VALLEY CAPS 178 S. Austin Road Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-5050 (209) 239-0192 Fax paul@valleycaps.org www.valleycaps.org VFW Post 6311 ~ Jimmy Connors, Gorden Thomsen, Brock Elliott 580 Moffat Blvd Manteca, CA  95336 (209) 823-8700 WOMEN OF THE MOOSE 1185 N. Main St Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-7777 (209) 823-3012 chapter1251@mooseunits.org www.mantecamoose.com

NOTARY PUBLIC H&R BLOCK 1266 W. Lathrop Rd Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 825-8886 (209) 825-9437 Fax sara.riddle@hrblock.com www.hrblock.com THE UPS STORE 1112 N Main Street Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 825-2000 (209) 825-2002 Fax upsmanteca@gmail.com www.theupsstorelocal.com/1659

NURSING & REHABILITATION MANTECA CARE & REHABILITATION CENTER 410 Eastwood Ave Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-1222 (209) 239-4919 Fax

OFFICE EQUIPMENT ELECTRO IMAGING SYSTEMS 321 N. Main Street Manteca, CA 95336 (800) 207-4757 mohsen@eisonline.net www.eisonline.net

MIDTOWN OPTOMETRY MANTECA BRANCH 158 N. Maple Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-3504 (209) 239-0741 Fax drlee@midtownoptometry.com www.midtownoptometry.com

OFFICE SUPPLIES

ORAL SURGEON

ELECTRO IMAGING SYSTEMS 321 N. Main Street Manteca, CA 95336 (800) 207-4757 mohsen@eisonline.net www.eisonline.net

ASHOK N. VEERANKI, DDS 1600 W. Yosemite Ave. Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 823-9371 (209) 823-8374 Fax www.drveeranki.com

STAPLES 249 Commerce Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-4045 (209) 824-7264 Fax gm1341@staples.com

ORGANIZATIONS & CLUBS

TIPTON’S STATIONERY & GIFTS 169 W Yosemite Ave Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-7644 (209) 239-0141 Fax sales@tiptons.biz www.tiptons.biz

OPTOMETRIST OPTICIANS & HEARING HARDER OPTOMETRY & WESSON HEARING AID CENTER 1079 Eucalyptus, Ste B Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 823-2107 (209) 823-0563 Fax dougwesson@gmail.com

Family is why we do it all. Monday - Friday 9am-5pm / Saturday 9am-4pm / Closed Sundays and Holidays

Page 42

Manteca Chamber of Commerce 2017-2018

MANTECA OPTOMETRIC EYE CARE CENTER, FRED STELLHORN, O.D. 140 N. Fremont #A Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-3151 (209) 823-9712 Fax moecc@garlic.com www.mantecaoptometric.com

BOYS & GIRLS CLUB 545 W. Alameda St. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-5437 (209) 239-6680 Fax jmiller@bgmanteca.org www.bgmanteca.org KIWANIS (SUNRISE) P.O. Box 752 Manteca, CA 95336 (800) 592-7419 www.sunrisekiwanis.org MANTECA HISTORICAL SOCIETY & MUSEUM 600 W. Yosemite Ave. / P.O. Box 907 Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 825-3021 Info.mantecamuseum@gmail.com www.themantecamuseum.org

We all feel the same commitment to care for our families. Helping you meet your insurance needs is part of my commitment to you. Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there.® CALL ME TODAY.

0907504.1

Jacob Naven, Agent Insurance Lic#: OE36405 1509 W Yosemite Avenue Manteca, CA 95337 Bus: 209-823-7880

State Farm, Home Office, Bloomington, IL


H M 0 H

H

H

H

H H anteca 2017 Classified Listings R HAPPY H G E V NG REAT H A S MEMORIAL DAY H H H UP TO H E VALUES H ! $

0

H HAPP % H 1000 0 5 H HWEEKEND SALE H

MANTECA ROTARY Charlie Halford P.O. Box 1009 Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 456-7300 mantecarotary@comcast.net

MANTECA SPECIAL SENIOR CENTER OFFER 295 Cherry Lane Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 456-8650 (209) 923-8989 Fax www.ci.manteca.ca.us/parks/ senior_center

%

PAYROLL

PHYSICAL THERAPY

PLUMBING

ARDASS 465 Vin Rose Way Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 566-1400 (209) 923-4196 Fax csr@ardassinc.com www.ardassinc.com

GOLDEN BEAR PHYSICAL THERAPY & SPORTS INJURY CENTER 1519 W. Yosemite Ave Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 823-3322 sdias@goldenbearpt.com www.goldenbearpt.com

GREER FAMILY PLUMBING 614 Commerce Ct. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-1349 jmgreerplumbing@yahoo.com

INTEREST

PEDIATRIC DENTIST

GREATH MEMORIA HSHOPPING SPREE VALUES OFFER ! PECIAL STANDARDSPLUMBING SUPPLY / TRUE VALUE 105 Northgate Dr. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 824-6963 SPECIAL OFFER STUART’S PLUMBING Stuart Dennis Manteca, CA 95337 OR (209) 969-1252 * plumberstud@gmail.com

WEEKEND PAY CASH AND H H * WE’LL PAY YOUR SALE

JAN 2020

*

PHYSICIANS & MEDICAL

OR GROUPS

0

% INTEREST * W JAN 2020 TED QUANTITIES • SAVE MONEY • GREAT QUALITY • HO UNTIL until

MANTECA YOUTH FOCUS P.O. Box 2397 Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-5048 www.mantecayouthfocus.org SOROPTIMIST INTERNATIONAL OF MANTECA P.O. Box 218 Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-5855 angelsher@comcast.net

KIDS CARE DENTAL 115 Spreckels Ave Manteca, CA 95336 (844) 616-5437 www.kidscaredental.com

MY KID’S DENTIST 2290 Daniels St Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 825-5432 www.mykidsdentistonline.com VALLEY OAK DENTAL GROUP, INC. 1507 W. Yosemite Ave. Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 823-9341

P. O. BOXES ARCO’S SELF STORAGE 1654 N. Main St Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-2208 (209) 239-9092 Fax manteca@arcosstorage.com www.arcosstorage.com

MANTECA MEDICAL GROUP 1262 E North St. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-7646

UNTIL until

PIZZA

POOL CONTRACTOR LIMITED QUANTITIES • SAVE MONEY

MOUNTAIN MIKES PIZZA 1120 N Main Street Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-1166 http://www.mountainmikes.com/ restaurants/manteca.php

AQUOS POOLS 1422 Grove Ave Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 239-0077 (209) 983-3992 Fax aquospools@gmail.com www.aquospools.com

ROUND TABLE PIZZA 253 Spreckels Ave Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-8100 www.roundtablepizza.com

POSTAL SERVICE

MATTRES ALL MATTRESS SETSALL DISCOUN PET SUPPLIES

CARTER’S PET MART 510 N. Main St Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-4071 (209) 239-4074 Fax ryan@carterspetmart.com www.carterspetmart.com

PAINTING SERVICE

PHOTOGRAPHY

T & A PAINTING P O Box 2528 Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 824-9341 tony@tapainting.co

LEONARD PHOTOGRAPHY 300 E. Yosemite Ave. #101 Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 824-0204 leonardphoto04@gmail.com www.leonardphoto.com

ROUND TABLE PIZZA 2120 Daniels St Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 824-7500 (209) 825-5953 Fax www.roundtablepizza.com

THE UPS STORE 1112 N Main Street Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 825-2000 (209) 825-2002 Fax upsmanteca@gmail.com www.theupsstorelocal.com/1659

PLANNING CONSULTANT

PRINTING

BC PLANNING 829 Mellon Ave Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 679-5204 (209) 566-2324 Fax bcantu@sq50.com

J & J PRINTING 129 W Yosemite Ave Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-2418 (209) 239-3150 Fax jandjartwork@aol.com www.jandjprintingca.com

H H Let us H

HH

H

H

n i a t r e t H Hen ! you Trusted, Caring & Comfortable Dentistry MAS’OOD CAJEE, DDS, MPH

NABEEL CAJEE,

*See store for details.

DDS, FICOI

132 Sycamore Ave, Manteca

(209) 825-6000

H O M E

www.drcajee.com

F U R N I S H I N G S

Serving ServingThe TheValley ValleyFor ForOver Over61 60Years Years

H

H

HH

Le Hent y H

H

*See store for details.

H O M E

F U R N I S H I N G S

Best of Manteca since 2005 thru 2017

Serving ServingThe TheValley ValleyFor ForOver Over61 60Years Years

www.hafershomefurnishings.com 1030 W. Yosemite Ave., Manteca, CA 95337

209-823-2122 Mon-Sat 10am-6pm Sun 11am-5pm

The Epicenter of Commerce & Culture

H

Page 43

www

103


Manteca MANTECA BULLETIN 531 E. Yosemite Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 249-3500 (209) 249-3551 Fax ads@mantecabulletin.com www.mantecabulletin.com

PROFESSIONALS AFLAC – WALTER R. REED P.O. Box 4431 Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 481-6276 (209) 751-4751 Fax walter_reed@us.aflac.com

2017 Classified Listings NORTH AMERICAN TITLE 319 N. Main St. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 647-2130 (209) 846-3662 Fax ndean@nat.com www.nat.com SPACES 208 W. North Street Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 815-9021 (209) 815-9425 Fax georgiann@design-spaces.com www.design-spaces.com

MANTECA FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC 965 E Yosemite Ave #9 Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-2121 (209) 239-3144 Fax drcox@mantecafamilychiropractic. comcastbiz.net www.mantecafamilychiropractic. com

STAR MECHANICAL 17637 S. Austin Rd Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 629-8299 (209) 213-0427 Fax starmechanicalinc@gmail.com www.starairconditioningand heating.com

MANZANITA VENTURES, INC. 204 N. Sherman Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 825-0825 (209) 825-0835 Fax info@manzanita.Me www.manzanita.me

T & A PAINTING P O Box 2528 Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 824-9341 tony@tapainting.com

MIDTOWN OPTOMETRY MANTECA BRANCH 158 N. Maple Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-3504 (209) 239-0741 Fax drlee@midtownoptometry.com www.midtownoptometry.com NEWMAN & JONES, INC. 211 E. Center St. Ste. 1 Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-7143 (209) 823-2159 Fax mail@newmanandjones.com www.newmanandjones.com

THORNTON BOOKKEEPING Manteca, CA (209) 825-4466 (866) 822-8412 Fax dthorntonbooks@yahoo.com VERMEULEN & COMPANY AN ACCOUNTANCY CORP 1180 W. Main St. Suite 2 Ripon, CA 95366 (209) 599-5051 (209) 599-5052 Fax tom@vermeulencpa.com vermeulencpa.com

HIS WAY

RECOVERY HOUSE, INC.

hiswayrecoveryhouse@msn.com www.hiswayrecovery.org (209) 401-9126

1006 Virginia St. • Manteca, CA 95337 Page 44

Manteca Chamber of Commerce 2017-2018

PROJECT COORDINATION

REAL ESTATE

SPACES 208 W. North Street Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 815-9021 (209) 815-9425 Fax georgiann@design-spaces.com www.design-spaces.com

PROPANE KAMPS PROPANE, INC. 1929 Moffat Blvd. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-7641 (209) 823-9931 Fax www.kampspropane.com

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT MANZANITA VENTURES 204 N. Sherman Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 825-0825 (209) 825-0835 Fax info@manzanita.Me www.Manzanita.me

PUBLIC UTILITIES SOUTH SAN JOAQUIN IRRIGATION DISTRICT 11011 E. Hwy. 120 Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 249-4624 (209) 249-4687 Fax tvallow@ssjid.com www.ssjid.com

PUBLISHERS MANTECA BULLETIN 531 E. Yosemite Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 249-3500 (209) 249-3551 Fax ads@mantecabulletin.com www.mantecabulletin.com

AKSLAND REAL ESTATE 105 E. Yosemite Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-2080 (209) 823-0048 Fax laksland@aol.com www.mantecahomesare.com ALL-STAR HOME INSPECTION SERVICES Kirk Dall P.O. Box 1591 Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 914-2968 kirk@allstarinspector.com www.allstarinspector.com ASPIRE HOMETOWN REALTY 24 W. 10th St Tracy, CA 95376 (209) 221-0076 lisaguiler1@gmail.com www.aspirehometownrealty.com BEACON REAL ESTATE 211 E. Center Street, Suite 5 Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 815-6754 mcnabb6754@gmail.com www.beaconrealestate.net BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY HOME SERVICES DRYSDALE PROPERTIES 727 N Main Street Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-7710 (209) 824-3839 Fax helen.mcnutt@bhhsdrysdale.com www.bhhsdrysdale.com BROCCHINI FAMILY PARTNERSHIP 6926 E. Woodward Ave. Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 239-6491 (209) 824-8191 Fax brofam1926@aol.com

Saving our Community One Child at a Time Manteca Police Chief’s Foundation 1001 W. Center St. Manteca, CA 95337

(209) 456-8139


Manteca CENTRAL VALLEY ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS CHARITABLE FOUNDATION MANTECA, LATHROP, RIPON COUNCIL 16980 S. Harlan Rd. Lathrop, CA 95330 (209) 858-1700 (209) 858 1709 Fax accounts@cvar.org www.cvar.org CENTURY 21 M&M AND ASSOCIATES 1246 W. Lathrop Rd Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 249-6550 (209) 824-2991 Fax jfishburn@c21mm.com www.c21mm.com FAIRWAY REAL ESTATE & PROPERTY MANAGEMENT INC. 999 W. Center St. Suite 4 Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 239-6764 (209) 825-6802 Fax rlaffranchi@Fairwayfm.com GRUPE REAL ESTATE 1150 W. Center St., Suite 102 Manteca, CA  95337 (209) 275-1515 (209) 275-1516 Fax dwinegarden@gogrupe.com www.gogrupe.com KAPLAN COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE 532 San Ramon Valley Blvd. Danville, CA 94526 (925) 837-5551 LEE & ASSOCIATES CENTRAL VALLEY, INC 241 Frank West Circle, Ste 300 Stockton, CA 95206 (209) 983-1111 (209) 982-0167 Fax jcrist@lee-associates.com www.lee-associates.com

2017 Classified Listings MANTECA COMMERCE PARK 4701 Sisk Rd. Ste 101 Modesto, CA 95356 (209) 549-4960 (209) 549-4963 Fax kkampfen@cranbrookgroup.com www.mantecacommercepark.com

RAYMUS HOMES 1433 Moffat Blvd., Ste 13 Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 824-3080 (209) 824-3084 Fax toni@raymushomes.com www.raymushomes.com

MANTECA DEVELOPMENT GROUP 1463 Moffat Blvd. , Ste 5 Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-3121 (209) 823-5901 Fax info@mantecadevelopmentgroup. com www.mantecadevelopmentgroup. com

RIVER ISLANDS 73 Stewart Rd Lathrop, CA 95330 (209) 879-7900 kwillows@cambaygroup.com www.riverislands.com

MANZANITA VENTURES 204 N. Sherman Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 825-0825 (209) 825-0835 Fax info@manzanita.Me www.Manzanita.me NORTH AMERICAN TITLE 319 N. Main St. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 647-2130 (209) 846-3662 Fax ndean@nat.com www.nat.com PEREZ REALTY 1463 Moffat Blvd. Ste 3 Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 740-5440 ryan@perezrealtyca.com www.perezrealtyca.com PLACER TITLE COMPANY 725 N. Main Street Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-9287 (209) 823-4978 Fax ssandoval@placertitle.com www.placertitle.com

ROLAND GROUP REAL ESTATE 1451 Moffat Blvd Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 824-9734 (209) 824-1079 Fax steveroland@rolandteam.com www.rolandteam.com THE VALLEY’S PEAK 1600 W. Yosemite Ave #1 Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 403-9891 michael@valleyspeak.com www.thevalleyspeak.com TLC REAL ESTATE OF RE/MAX 1215 W. Center St., Ste. 101 Manteca, CA  95337 (209) 607-9606 (209) 607-9606 Fax TLC@tlcrealtors.com www.tlcrealtors.com WENDY BENAVIDES-LEGACY REAL ESTATE & ASSOC. P.O. Box 711 Manteca, CA  95336 (209) 239-1985 info@wendyb.net

REAL ESTATE COMMERCIAL BOYCE RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT P.O. Box 871 Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-4014 (209) 239-7886 Fax

DEGROOT DEVELOPMENT 10294 Jeane Rd Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 479-3061 ldeg441@gmail.com NUVUE 3D PHOTOGRAPHY Charles Wright Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 275-4633 (866) 485-9056 info@nuvue3dphotography.com www.nuvue3dphotography.com PLACER TITLE COMPANY 725 N. Main Street Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-9287 (209) 823-4978 Fax ssandoval@placertitle.com www.placertitle.com

RECREATION BASS PRO SHOPS 1356 Bass Pro Drive Manteca CA 95337 (209) 825-8400 (209) 825-8476 Fax www.basspro.com BIG LEAGUE DREAMS 1077 Milo Candini Drive Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 824-2400 (209) 824-2442 Fax rfetherolf@bigleaguedreams.com www.bigleaguedreams.com FRENCH CAMP RV & GOLF COURSE 3919 French Camp Rd Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 234-1544 (209) 234-5864 Fax frenchrv@inreach.com www.frenchcamp.com MANTECA GOLF COURSE 305 North Union Road Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 825-2500 MantecaParks@ci.manteca.ca.us

Looking for a way to be involved in your community?

Then join with Soroptimist International of Manteca who have been serving the community since 1953.

Lynn Cardoza Strategic Account Executive Soroptimist is a Global Volunteer Organization working to improve the lives of women and girls through programs leading to social and economic empowerment.

Carol Nunes (209) 608-2003 www.MantecaSoroptimist.org

For More Information Contact

Internet, Fiber and Phone Solutions 209.470.9556 (m) Lcardoza@wavebusiness.com wavebusiness.com

The Epicenter of Commerce & Culture

Page 45


Manteca PARKS AND RECREATION 252 Magnolia Avenue Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 456-8600 MantecaParks@ci.manteca.ca.us

2017 Classified Listings ROUND TABLE PIZZA 253 Spreckels Ave Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-8100 www.roundtablepizza.com ROUND TABLE PIZZA 2120 Daniels St Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 824-7500 (209) 825-5953 Fax www.roundtablepizza.com

RESTAURANTS CHEZ SHARI 305 N. Union Rd. Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 825-8524 (209) 825-7315 Fax www.chezshari.com CHUBBY’S DINER 265 W. Louise Ave Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 824-1546 chubbysdiner@yahoo.com EL JARDIN 1119 S. Main St Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 825-8552 (209) 825-1004 Fax INTERNATIONAL HOUSE OF PANCAKES 1150 E. Yosemite Ave Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 825-3950 (209) 825-2045 Fax McDONALDS OF MANTECA 4502 Georgetown Place Stockton, CA 95207 (209) 938-1274 (209) 938-1374 Fax sumeraa@mcdsjc.com www.mcdsjc.com RITA’S ITALIAN ICE 1448 Hulsey Way Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 222-3989 ritasmanteca@gmail.com www.ritasofmanteca.com

SIZZLER RESTAURANT 1890 Daniels St Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 923-8765 STARFRUTAS 245 E. Yosemite Ave Manteca, CA  95336 (209) 629-8058 (209) 624-3747 Fax star.frutas@gmail.com TAQUERIAS LA ESTRELLA 1110 N. Main St. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-9000 Alex.TLEstrella@gmail.com www.taqueriaslaestrella.com TAQUERIAS LA ESTRELLA 1361 E. Yosemite Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-8481 Alex.TLEstrella@gmail.com www.taqueriaslaestrella.com TAQUERIAS LA ESTRELLA 1226 W. Lathrop Rd. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 824-2111 Alex.TLEstrella@gmail.com www.taqueriaslaestrella.com TONY AND MRS. K’S BAKERY-CAFE’ 1195 E. Yosemite Ave. Manteca, CA  95336 (209) 239-1405 artemisv@wans.net www.tonyandmrs.k.com

VITALITY BOWLS 882 Lifestyle St. Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 239-7870 (209) 321-3637 Fax delores3637@gmail.com www.vitalitybowls.com

LULAROE Liz Tyrrel Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 479-0378 lularoeliztyrrel@yahoo.com MANTECA TRAILER & MOTORHOME 204 S Vasconcellos Ave Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 691-5277 (209) 249-2651 Fax tenney@mantecatrailer.com www.mantecatrailer.com

RETAIL AARON’S SALES & LEASE 1411 W. Yosemite Ave Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 824-5346 (209) 824-5818 Fax 1480C@aarons.com www.aarons.com

STANDARD PLUMBING SUPPLY / TRUE VALUE 105 Northgate Dr. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 824-6963

CARTER’S PET MART 510 N. Main St Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-4071 (209) 239-4074 Fax ryan@carterspetmart.com www.carterspetmart.com

TIPTON’S STATIONERY & GIFTS, INC. 169 W Yosemite Ave Manteca CA 95336 (209) 823-7644 (209) 239-0141 Fax sales@tiptons.biz www.tiptons.biz

CLICK AWAY MOBILE VERIZON WIRELESS 1222 W Lathrop Rd Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 249-1955 (209) 221-4398 Fax t.mitose@clickaway.com www.clickawaymobile.com

RETAIL - SPORTS

CUTIE’S CLOTHING COMPANY 229 W. Yosemite Ave Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 665-7664 FANTASTIC COLLECTIBLES 162 W Center Street Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 647-4651 (209) 624-3431 Fax richs1141@msn.com www.fantasticcollectiblesmanteca. com

BASS PRO SHOPS 1356 Bass Pro Drive Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 825-8400 (209) 825-8476 Fax www.basspro.com MANTECA SPORTS & CONSIGNMENT 1140 N. Main St Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 629-8295 mantecasports@comcast.net www.mantecasports.com

Manteca Dental Care

• Quality, Pain-Free and Gentle • Knowlegeable and Experienced Dentist • Honest, Attentive and Understanding Staff • Mostly Referred and Positive Reviewed by Patients • Payment Plan Options and Most Insurance Accepted

“Become a Resource Parent* or Volunteer” Make a difference

FREE Teeth Whitening Kit! Call for Details!

1007 S. Main St., Manteca

209.823.9218 www.MantecaDentistry.com

Page 46

Manteca Chamber of Commerce 2017-2018

www.agapevillages.org

*Formerly known as FOSTER PARENT, now referred to as RESOURCE PARENT

1-800-566-2225


Manteca RETIREMENT COMMUNITY BROOKDALE MANTECA 430 N. Union Rd. Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 823-0164 (209) 823-1574 Fax sgillette1@brookdale.com www.brookdale.com PRESTIGE SENIOR LIVING AT MANTECA 1130 Empire Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-4531 dgibbs@prestigecare.com www.prestigecare.com THE COMMONS AT UNION RANCH 2241 N Union Rd Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 463-9100 (209) 463-9101 Fax hlopez@commonsatunionranch. com www.commonsatunionranch.com

ROOFING CONTRACTORS CENTRAL VALLEY’S ELITE ROOFING COMPANY, INC 1274 Dupont Court Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 825-7663 (209) 825-6144 Fax www.eliteroofingcompany.com

RUBBER STAMPS REDI-MARK 143 N. Maple Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-0631 (209) 823-7981 Fax redi_mark@yahoo.com www.redi-mark.com

2017 Classified Listings RV PARK FRENCH CAMP RV & GOLF COURSE 3919 French Camp Rd. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 234-1544 (209) 234-5864 Fax frenchrv@inreach.com www.frenchcamp.com

SALON SADIE’S SALON 508 E. Yosemite Ave Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-4515 www.sadiessalon.com STUDIO 150 SALON & SPA 150 W. Yosemite Ave Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-7400 STUDIO Q 207 W. Center Street Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-0707 sarahquaresma@msn.com

SCHOOL - DISTRICT MANTECA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT 2271 W. Louise Ave. Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 858-0700 www.mantecausd.net

SAN JOAQUIN DELTA COLLEGE 5151 Pacific Ave Stockton, CA 95207 (209) 954-5018 (209) 954-5644 Fax egould@sjdccd.cc.ca.us SAN JOAQUIN DELTA COLLEGE SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTER 56 S Lincoln St Stockton, CA 95203 (209) 954-5089 (209) 943-8325 Fax sbdc@deltacollege.edu www.sbdc.deltacollege.edu

SECURITY

DELTA CHARTER SCHOOLS 31400 S. Koster Rd. Tracy, CA 95304 (209) 830-9370 asantiago@njes.org www.deltacharter.net

SECURITY FORCE ONE P.O. Box 4473 Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 239-6150 scrtyfrc1@yahoo.com

SENIOR HOUSING BETHANY HOME 930 W. Main Street Ripon, CA 95366 (209) 599-4221 rwagner@bethanyripon.org www.bethanyripon.org

EDEN HOUSING RESIDENT SERVICES, INC 1976 N. Union Rd Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 601-8900 paullette.creel@edenhousing.org www.edenhousing.org

ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS SPECIALISTS, INC 183 W. North Street #4 Manteca, CA 95336 (855) 377-2576 electronicsystems@msn.com

SCHOOLS

ARCO’S SELF STORAGE 1654 N. Main Street Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-2208 (209) 239-9092 Fax manteca@arcosstorage.com www.arcosstorage.com

BROOKDALE MANTECA 430 N. Union Rd. Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 823-0164 (209) 823-1574 Fax sgillette1@brookdale.com www.brookdale.com

ARVIN HOME SYSTEMS 344-A North Main St Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-3565 (209) 824-5595 Fax matt@arvinhomesystems.com www.arvinhomesystems.com

LEVOIT ADVANCED PROTECTIVE SERVICES 95 W.11th Street, Ste 201 Tracy, CA 95376 (209) 456-0507 conrad@Levoitaps.com www.levoitaps.com

SELF-STORAGE

PRESTIGE SENIOR LIVING AT MANTECA 1130 Empire Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-4531 dgibbs@prestigecare.com www.prestigecare.com THE COMMONS AT UNION RANCH 2241 N. Union Rd. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 463-9100 (209) 463-9101 Fax hlopez@commonsatunionranch. com www.commonsatunionranch.com

design group • Residential Interiors • Commerecial Design • Kitchen / Bath Design

• Window Coverings • Project Coordination • Remodels

and more

Georgiann Rose Owner / Designer

Office: 209.815.9021 Fax: 209.815.9425

www.design-spaces.com 208 W. North Street, Manteca, CA 95336

The Epicenter of Commerce & Culture

Page 47


Manteca SENIOR SERVICES BETHANY HOME 930 W. Main Street Ripon, CA 95366 (209) 599-4221 rwagner@bethanyripon.org www.bethanyripon.org MANTECA SENIOR CENTER 295 Cherry Lane Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 456-8650 (209) 923-8989 Fax www.ci.manteca.ca.us/parks/ senior_center

SERVICES CUTIE’S CLOTHING COMPANY 229 W. Yosemite Ave Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 665-7664 DELTA CRANES 2229 Stewart St Stockton, CA 95205 (209) 948-1724 (209) 948-1896 Fax deltacranesvc@yahoo.com www.deltacranes.com DIAMOND CARE INC 7910 S. Bright Rd French Camp, CA 95231 (209) 914-2859 gloriamurphy@diamondcareinc. com www.diamondcareinc.com GREENHART 311 Bitritto Way Modesto, CA 95356 (209) 579-3537 (209) 550-4975 Fax emmy@dehartinc.com www.gogreenhart.com

2017 Classified Listings INTERNATIONAL HEALTHLINK PROFESSIONALS (IHELP) 600 N. Main St Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 825-5995 (209) 825-5994 Fax ihelpinc@ihelpinc.net www.ihelpinc.net MANZANITA VENTURES, INC. 204 N. Sherman Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 825-0825 (209) 825-0835 Fax info@manzanita.Me www.manzanita.me RAY RAY’S HARD SURFACE CLEANING California (408) 230-0094 info@rayrayshsc.com www.rayrayshsc.com SPIN CYCLE LAUNDRY LOUNGE 161 E. Yosemite Ave Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 283-1850 mike.nemetz@gmail.com www.spincyclemanteca.com VERMEULEN & COMPANY AN ACCOUNTANCY CORP 1180 W. Main St. Ste 2 Ripon, CA 95366 (209) 599-5051 (209) 599-5052 Fax tom@vermeulencpa.com vermeulencpa.com WEB AGE DESIGN 1077 Miel St Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 356-5742 nevin@webagedesign.com www.webagedesign.com WINDMILL SEPTIC & PORTABLES 20504 South 99 Frontage Road Ripon, CA 95366 (209) 823-6110 www.windmillportables.com

SHAVED ICE

STAFFING

PEACE, LOVE, SHAVE ICE 132 Button Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (925) 895-1891 ysupan@gmail.com

INTERNATIONAL HEALTHLINK PROFESSIONALS (IHELP) 600 N. Main St Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 825-5995 (209) 825-5994 Fax ihelpinc@ihelpinc.net www.ihelpinc.net

SIGNS ECONOMY SIGNS 632 Industrial Park Dr Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 824-1990 economysigns@verizon.net THE UPS STORE 1112 N Main Street Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 825-2000 (209) 825-2002 Fax upsmanteca@gmail.com www.theupsstorelocal.com/1659

SKIN CARE STUDIO 150 SALON & SPA 150 W. Yosemite Ave Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-7400 STUDIO Q 207 W. Center Street Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-0707 sarahquaresma@msn.com

SOLAR GREENHART 311 Bitritto Way Modesto, CA 95356 (209) 579-3537 (209) 550-4975 Fax emmy@dehartinc.com www.gogreenhart.com

ROBERT HALF – OFFICE TEAM 10100 Trinity Parkway Ste 330 Stockton, CA 95219 (209) 513-9884 (209) 474-7152 Fax jay.meza@officeteam.com www.officeteam.com

STORAGE ARCO’S SELF STORAGE 1654 N. Main Street Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-2208 (209) 239-9092 Fax manteca@arcosstorage.com www.arcosstorage.com EXTRA SPACE STORAGE 652 S. Main St. Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 239-2438 (209) 239-5362 Fax fac8055@extraspace.com www.extraspace.com FRENCH CAMP SELF STORAGE 4201 E. French Camp Road Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 983-3898 (209) 983-3977 Fax www.frenchcamproadselfstorage. com NORTH MAIN STORAGE 1280 N. Main St. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-9200 (209) 239-9205 Fax manager@northmainstorage.net www.northmainstorage.net

RENEW Educational Solutions & Bella Music Company

209-234-7400 • Fax: 209-249-5318

“Where our customers refer their friends”

209-823-2100 193 S. Union Road Manteca, CA 95337

We Accept Major Credit Cards

Page 48

www.abctransmission.net Manteca Chamber of Commerce 2017-2018

EMAIL: info@reneweducationalsolutions.org URL: www.reneweducationalsolutions.org

ENRICHMENT CLASSES: Music, Drama, Arts & Crafts, Puppetry. Great for all students. K-12 (Traditional, Homeschool, Independent Study) Credentialed Teachers Home of VIVACE Choral and Instrumental Ensembles

Soon: VIVACE Children’s Choir and VIVACE Teen Vocal Ensemble and Bells Online and Onsite classes/programs available. Please see our website for more information.


Manteca SECURITY PUBLIC STORAGE 316 W. Lathrop Rd. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-4869 (209) 823-9571 Fax manteca@securitypublicstorage. com www.securitypublicstorage.com SELF STORE IT 1735 E. Yosemite Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-8104 STORAGE PRO OF LATHROP #26 15550 S. Harlan Road Lathrop, CA 95330 (209) 983-1873 (209) 234-6461 Fax sp26@storagepro.com www.storagepro.com U-HAUL CENTER OF MANTECA 1190 S. Main Street Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 647-3694 (209) 824-3134 Fax 710_president@uhaul.com www.uhaul.com

2017 Classified Listings TAXES ARDASS 465 Vin Rose Way Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 566-1400 (209) 923-4196 Fax csr@ardassinc.com www.ardassinc.com H&R BLOCK 1266 W. Lathrop Rd Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 825-8886 (209) 825-9437 Fax sara.riddle@hrblock.com www.hrblock.com HART TO HART RICH SILVERMAN TAX PREPARER (209) 923-3354 rlsilve@aol.com VERMEULEN & COMPANY AN ACCOUNTANCY CORP 1180 W. Main St. Ste 2 Ripon, CA 95366 (209) 599-5051 (209) 599-5052 Fax tom@vermeulencpa.com vermeulencpa.coM

TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES

SURVEILLANCE ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS SPECIALISTS, INC 183 W. North Street #4 Manteca, CA 95336 (855) 377-2576 electronicsystems@msn.com

TATOO

WAVE BUSINESS Lynn Cardoza Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 470-9556 lcardoza@wavebroadband.com www.wavebusiness.com

THRIFT STORE

LUCKY YOU TATTOO 181 W. Alameda St. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 629-8321 (209) 629-8321 Fax Luckyyoutattoo@yahoo.com www.luckyyoutattoo.net

S.O.A.R’S THRIFT 271 W. Louise Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (916) 320-4060 Soaringupwards4life@gmail.com

TUFF BOY, INC. 5151 Almondwood Dr Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 239-1361 (209) 239-7086 Fax www.tuffboy.com

THE HOPE CHEST 208 S. Main Street Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 824-5638

TITLE & ESCROW

TRANSPORTATION

OLD REPUBLIC TITLE CO 1215 W. Center St., Ste 103 Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 239-9538 www.oldrepublictitle.com

C & A TRANSPORTATION, INC. P.O. Box 712 Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-7567 (209) 825-7543 Fax c.a.inc@comcast.net

NORTH AMERICAN TITLE 319 N. Main St. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 647-2130 (209) 846-3662 Fax ndean@nat.com www.nat.com PLACER TITLE COMPANY 725 N. Main Street Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-9287 (209) 823-4978 Fax ssandoval@placertitle.com www.placertitle.com

TOWING

YOLIE’S TOWING & TRANSPORT LLC 17860 Ideal Pkwy, Ste F Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-3399 (209) 239-3392 Fax yoliestow05@yahoo.com www.yoliestow.com

TROPHIES, AWARDS & SIGNS

YOLIE’S TOWING & TRANSPORT LLC 17860 Ideal Pkwy, Ste F Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-3399 (209) 239-3392 Fax yoliestow05@yahoo.com www.yoliestow.com

REDI-MARK 143 N. Maple Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-0631 (209) 823-7981 Fax redi_mark@yahoo.com www.redi-mark.com

TRAILER SALES

TRUCK RENTAL

MANTECA TRAILER & MOTORHOME 204 S. Vasconcellos Ave Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 691-5277 (209) 249-2651 Fax tenney@mantecatrailer.com www.mantecatrailer.com

U-HAUL CENTER OF MANTECA 1190 S. Main Street Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 647-3694 (209) 824-3134 Fax 710_president@uhaul.com www.uhaul.com

Member Services

email: memberservices@goldenvalleyfcu.org website: www.goldenvalleyfcu.org 409 West Center Street • Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 825-5878 • Fax (209) 825-8162

Since - 1957 1145 W. YOSEMITE AVENUE

Manteca • 823-1148 CABRALJEEP.COM

The Epicenter of Commerce & Culture

Page 49


Manteca TUPPERWARE TUPPERWARE / MILLENNIUM SALES Mary Mueller Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 612-5396 tuppermarym@gmail.com www.twladymary.com

2017 Classified Listings WASTE SERVICES

WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTOR

WINDOW COVERINGS

REPUBLIC SERVICES 1145 West Charter Way Stockton, CA 95206 (209) 466-3604 www.republicservices.com

B.R. FUNSTEN & CO. 105 Industrial Park Dr. Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 824-7181 (209) 825-4916 Fax dlagano@brfunsten.com www.brfunsten.com

SPACES 208 W. North Street Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 815-9021 (209) 815-9425 Fax georgiann@design-spaces.com www.design-spaces.com

WEB AGE DESIGN 1077 Miel St Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 356-5742 nevin@webagedesign.com www.webagedesign.com

CARL’S JR. WAREHOUSE 800 Mellon Ave Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 823-5204

WINERIES

MANTECA BULLETIN 531 E. Yosemite Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 249-3500 (209) 249-3551 Fax ads@mantecabulletin.com www.mantecabulletin.com

COSTCO WHOLESALE 2440 Daniels St Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 825-8200 w01031mbr@costco.com

WEB DESIGN

UTILITIES PACIFIC GAS & ELECTRIC P.O. Box 930 Stockton, CA 95201 (800) 743-5000 (209) 942-1460 Fax clmu@pge.com www.pge.com

VETERANS AMERICAN LEGION POST 249 McFALL GRISHAM 220 E. Yosemite Ave. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 612-6954 (209) 823-4133 Fax bobegon@yahoo.com www.americanlegionpost249.com VFW Post 6311 ~ Jimmy Connors, Gorden Thomsen, Brock Elliott 580 Moffat Blvd Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 823-8700

WEB POSTING WEB AGE DESIGN 1077 Miel St Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 356-5742 nevin@webagedesign.com www.webagedesign.com

WHOLESALE B.R. FUNSTEN & CO. 105 Industrial Park Dr. Manteca, CA 95337 (209) 824-7181 (209) 825-4916 Fax dlagano@brfunsten.com www.brfunsten.com

DeGroot Construction General Contractor & Project Management Lic. 745244

PH: (209) 679-3223 FX: (209) 665-4870 Page 50

1665 Deer Park Dr. Manteca, CA 95336

degrootconstruction@msn.com

Manteca Chamber of Commerce 2017-2018

PHANTOM FIREWORKS 2351 Tenaya Drive Modesto, CA 95354 (209) 491-5180 (209) 491-5188 Fax tmatalone@fireworks.com www.fireworks.com TNT FIREWORKS 5831 Stoddard Rd #804 Modesto, CA 95356 (209) 521-0360 (209) 521-5727 Fax pascarella@tntfireworks.com www.tntfireworks.com

DELICATO VINEYARDS Highway 99 at French Camp Rd. Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 824-3501 (209) 824-3510 Fax wine@delicato.com www.delicato.com

WIRELESS CELLULAR AT&T 1460 Hulsey Way Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 239-1283 cw741b@att.com www.att.com CLICK AWAY MOBILE VERIZON WIRELESS 1222 W Lathrop Rd Manteca, CA 95336 (209) 249-1955 (209) 221-4398 Fax t.mitose@clickaway.com www.clickawaymobile.com


2017 Classified Listings

Our convenient location offers shopping and dining within walking distance

Newly Renovated

179 Commerce Ave. Manteca, CA 95336

(209) 239-5600

www.hiexpress.com/mantecaca www.mantecahie.com

• 100% Non-Smoking Hotel

• Meeting and Banquet Facility

• Complimentary Full Hot Express Breakfast Bar

• Voted Best Hotel in Manteca Past 4 Years

• Complimentary Wired & Wireless Internet

• Conveniently located off Hwy 99/120

• 32 inch LCD Television with 3 HBO and HD Channels

• Shopping and Dining within Walking Distance

• Microwave & Refrigerator in Every Room

• 4.9 mi to Big League Dreams

• Oversized Rooms with Large Work Desk

• 4.6 mi to Bass Pro Shop

• Outdoor Pool and Spa with large deck and grass area

• 4.6 mi to Woodward Park

• 24 Hour Business Center

• Minutes from BMX Track

• Fitness Center

• Corporate Rate Program

• Guest Laundry Facility

• Priority Club Rewards Loyalty Program The Epicenter of Commerce & Culture

Page 47


COMMITTED TO QUALITY PATIENT CARE WOMEN’S SERVICES Mammography – Breast Center of Excellence Labor & Delivery

IMAGING SERVICES ACR certified PET CT Manteca Imaging Center with walk-in xray and laboratory services

OUT PATIENT SURGERY CENTER The newly constructed Manteca Surgery Center now offers residents easier access to high quality care in a comfortable, convenient and open environment

MANTECA WOUND CENTER Take advantage of advanced technology to evaluate and treat wounds

COMPREHENSIVE SURGICAL WEIGHT LOSS CENTER When diet and exercise are not enough Doctors Hospital of Manteca can help you decide on the best weight loss surgery for you

ORTHOPEDICS PROGRAM Specializing in the use of MAKOplasty

NICHE (NURSES IMPROVING CARE FOR HEALTHSYSTEM ELDERS) PROGRAM Specialized care for patients 65 and older

EMERGENCY SERVICES Check in online with at DoctorsManteca.com Be seen faster* with our new rapid care area *For non-life threatening emergencies only. Based on level of acuity and ER volume

For a physician referral call (800)470-7229

Page 48

Manteca Chamber of Commerce 2017-2018

2017 MCOC  
2017 MCOC  
Advertisement