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2016 KING CITY

Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture

D IR E CTORY

A PUBLICATION OF SOUTH COUNTY NEWSPAPERS VOLUME 19

 





B U S I N E S S , R E L O C AT I O N & V I S I T O R ’ S G U I D E

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I T ’ S A BOUT Y OU ! Every employee in every department has one goal - to provide each patient with first-rate, professional care.

At Mee It’s All About You Dear Susan, The Friday following Thanksgiving our family was traveling south on the 101, returning to our home in Ventura after a holiday in the Bay Area. Our 2 year old daughter is on a ventilator and receives nutrition through a g-tube. When stopped for gas in King City, we had an unfortunate accident and her g-tube came out. We always travel with extensive medical supplies, but this time overlooked the needed syringe of saline to properly replace and inflate the replacement tube we had. We were fortunate enough to find Mee Memorial was just a short way from our location, and immediately headed there. When we spoke to the staff they very quickly brought us into the ER and offered whatever assistance we needed. Dr. Stubblefield assisted my wife in the replacement of the g-tube and was extremely patient, helpful and supportive during a stressful situation. The nurses and other ER staff were equally professional and helpful.

My wife and I would like to extend our thanks to your facility, your staff and medical professionals. What could have been a very serious matter for our family was dealt with quickly and we were able to resume our trip. Please pass on our thanks and appreciation to Dr. Stubblefield, the ER staff on duty Friday afternoon, and your excellent facility in general. Regards, Family from Ventura, CA

Mee Memorial Hospital

300 Canal St., King City, CA 831.385.6000 www.meememorial.com

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KING CITY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE & AGRICULTURE The King City Chamber of Commerce & Agriculture Directory, Business, Relocation & Visitors Guide Is Produced By The King City Chamber of Commerce & Agriculture 200 Broadway St. Suite 40 King City, CA 93930 (831) 385-3814

2016 DIRECTORY BUSINESS, RELOCATION & VISITORS GUIDE

Table of Contents Why Join the Chamber........................................................................ 7 Benefits of a Chamber Member.......................................................... 7 2016 Executive Officers...................................................................... 8 2016 Board of Directors...................................................................... 9 Letter from the President.................................................................. 12 Letter from the Vice President.......................................................... 12 Office of the Mayor........................................................................... 15 U.S. Army Fort Hunter Liggett......................................................... 16 Past Chamber Presidents................................................................... 17 King City History.............................................................................. 19 Shopping, Dining, Entertainment and Recreation............................ 22 Education.......................................................................................... 26

A Publication of South County Newspapers 522-B Broadway. P.O. Box 710, King City, CA 93930 Call Us at (831) 385-4880 fax 385-4799 John Bartlett Publisher publisher@southcountynewspapers.com Tricia Bergeron General Manager triciab@southcountynewspapers.com editor@southcountynewspapers.com Erik Chalhoub Copy Editor erikcscn@gmail.com Sheryl Bailey Advertising sbailey@southcountynewspapers.com Jon Allred Advertising jallred@southcountynewspapers.com

Fine Arts and Culture........................................................................ 27 Important Numbers, Clubs & Organizations.................................... 29 Recreation......................................................................................... 30 Chamber Members............................................................................ 35 Sponsor Thank You........................................................................... 43 Pinnacles National Monument.......................................................... 44 Health and Wellness.......................................................................... 45 2016 Membership Application.......................................................... 46 Chamber Award Winners.................................................................. 47 King City Map.................................................................................. 48

MEMBER OF CALIFORNIA NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS ASSOCIATION & NATIONAL NEWSPAPER ASSOCIATION

Pinnacles Map................................................................................... 49 Wineries and Vineyards..................................................................... 50

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Tires • Wheels • Balancing Alighnment • Tune-ups • Breaks Mufflers • Complete Auto Care

Many Great King Car Wash Packages To Choose From! Full Service Auto Detailing • Hand Waxing • Buffing • Carpet Shampoo • Engine Detailing • Water Spot Removal • Leather Seat Conditioning

24 HR Emergency Road Service

831-385-6904

112 S. First St., King City

www.TireKingandAuto.com

112 S. First St., King City

831-386-WASH (9274) 8-5 M-Sat (winter) / 8-6 M-Sat (summer) 9-4 Sunday

831-386-6904 8 -5 M-F (winter) / 8-6 M-F (summer) 8-2 Sat / Closed Sunday

1130 Broadway St. King City, CA

KING CITY

DIRECTLY OFF HWY 101

Halfway Between San Francisco & Los Angeles • Free Cont’l Breakfast • Hard Wired & Wireless Internet • FREE In-Room Coffee • Rooms w/Fridges, Micros & Hairdryers Avail.

• Non-Smoking Rms • Guest Laundry • Swimming Pool • NEW Jacuzzi & Kitchenettes Available at higher rate www.daysinn.com/hotel/11935

Call for Advanced Reservations at 831-385-5921 Directions: Hwy 101 N/S, Exit Broadway, right next to Denny’s Restaurant

“Best Rate In Town” • • • • • • •

FREE Wireless Connection Swimming Pool Refrigerators and Microwaves Available Guest Laundry Service Coffee in Lobby Soda Machine Ice Machine

3 Broadway Circle, King City, CA 93930 831-385-5000

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King City RADIATOR Industrial Radiators Available Cleans & Repair • Rod Out • New & Rebuilt Recore • Water Pumps • Heaters

Specialist on Plastic Radiators

385-3188 Mon.-Fri.: 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Saturday: 8:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.

Se Habla Español

Humerto Arenas, Owner

We offer Auto Repair

316-A South First Street

VETERINARY HOSPITAL Timothy P. Cheney, DVM Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

Phone: (831) 385-4878 Fax: (831) 385-1988 Emergency: (831) 385-0838

890 South First Street King City, CA 93930 kcvh@sbcglobal.net www.kingcityvet.com


King City Chamber of Commerce & Agriculture

Welcomes You To King City! A Great Place To Live, Work, & Play. A City To Be Proud Of! Local Businesses, Service Providers, City Hall, Clubs & Organizations, Places of Worship, Restaurants, Shops, Movie Theater, Motels, Hospital, Airport, Golf Course, Swimming Pool & Slides, Racquet Ball & Tennis Courts, Baseball & Soccer Fields, Parks, Skate Park, San Lorenzo County Park & Campground, Pinnacles National Park, Monterey County Agricultural Rural Life Museum & Irrigation Museum, Hartnell College, Salinas Valley Fairgrounds, US Army Military Base, San Antonio Mission, San Antonio & Nacimiento Lakes, Los Padres National Forest, Redwings Horse Sanctuary, KRKC Radio Station, South County Newspapers, & Wine Tasting.

King City Is Just Big Enough To Offer Numerous Attractions & Small Enough To Keep That Personal Touch!

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Why Join the Chamber?

T

he King City Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture’s primary function is to act as a voice for the business and professional community and translate the collective thinking of our members into action. We provide services that can be most effective by an organization that benefits our members and community as a whole. Support through Chamber membership from local businesses is essential to finance Chamber programs that advocate for business growth and community development. What investment, outside your immediate business, could be more important than an investment in the business community of which you belong? The Chamber is every business person’s investment in their community and thrives with members’ energy and commitment.

Your investment in the Chamber is returned to you through our great Membership Benefits. As a Chamber member, the Chamber invests in you and your business. We are your advocate and voice in the community; we provide essential business services and promote our members through mixers, media and networking events. You as Chamber members provide the ideas, the drive, the goals, the financial support and the voluntary services to keep the Chamber sustainable and strong. You, as members, are the Chamber. If you are not already a member of the King City Chamber of Commerce & Agriculture, consider joining and obtaining the benefits of our valuable organization. Please contact the Chamber to answer any questions you may have, we look forward to speaking with you.

Benefits of a Chamber Member Advertising • King City Business Directory ~ Chamber Members Are Highlighted • Quarterly Chamber Newsletter in King City Rustler ~ Members Contact Information Listed • Beautification Guide ~ Chamber Members Listed • King City Map Brochure • King City Business Phone Card ~ Chamber Members Recognized • Chamber Dollar Program ~ Promoting Shop King City First • King City Visitor Center Wall of Information • King City Visitors Center Bulletin • Email Blasts • King City Chamber Website • King City Chamber of Commerce & Agriculture Facebook Page Networking • Monthly Chamber Luncheons ~With Informative Programs • Mixers ~ At Chamber Members Businesses • Where you’ll not only meet potential customers, you will gain great friends… • After all, friends prefer to do business with friends. Special Events: • We put together fun-filled, exciting events where you can promote your business through sponsorship packages • Or by just attending. • State of the City ~ Mayor, City Manager and Ft Hunter Liggett US ARMY Col addresses the Chamber members and community regarding the future of the City of King. • The Big Event ~ Chamber honors the Business, Citizen of The Year & Friend Of The Community • Salinas Valley Fair Informational Booth ~ Representation of our members • Farmers Market • Beautification Week

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4th of July Aerial Display Tri-Tip Barbeque Fundraiser Community Expo at Fort Hunter Liggett El Grito Christmas Parade ~ Brings The Community Together

Referrals-Customers Find You Through Us! • By Joining The Chamber We Can Refer Your Business • Each day we receive many calls asking, “Do you have a member that does….?” We refer inquiries to members by providing potential customers with your name and phone numbers. Gain Recognition with Affordable Advertising Opportunities • Chamber Newsletter ~ Is inserted into the King City Rustler quarterly • Phone Cards ~ Reach hundreds of people • Map & Business Directory ~ Reach people throughout the US seeking to relocate to our area • Website ~ Members get listed and a direct link from our website to your website • Facebook Page ~ Where social status or information of an event may potentially increase when posted • Chamber Scholarship Program • Scholarship Program sponsored by the King City Chamber of Commerce & Agriculture ~ Has given encouragement, recognition and support to our outstanding King City High School Seniors. Students are honored along with their families at the scholarship and recognition dinner event.

2015 Premier Sponsors 1st Capital Bank Cal Orchard Salinas Land Co. Calpine Corporation Casey Printing Co. Chevron City of King Dataflow Business Systems Fresh Farms Mesa Business Park Rava Ranches South County Packing Hayashi Wayland Accounting & Consulting L. A. Hearne Company McDonalds Mee Memorial Hospital Mitchell Technologies Rio Farms & Gill Ranches San Bernabe A Delicato Family Vineyard South County Newspapers

2015 Business Sponsors A&G Pumping Big Valley Labor Cork & Plough First Street Storage Gonzales Irrigation Systems Hartnell College KC 102 & KRKC Country

Community Credibility • Our residents appreciate knowing that you have committed to the community through your Chamber investment. This tells them that you plan to work in this community for many years to come.

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2016 Executive Officers

Erin King * President Pacific Valley Bank

TJ Plew Vice President Salinas Valley Fair

Kathy Garcia Treasurer Hayashi Wayland Accounting & Consulting

Becky Garcia Secretary San Bernabe A Delicato Family Vineyard

Ron Childers Past President Mee Memorial Hospital Foundation

Chamber Office & Visitors Center Statement of Purpose

The King City Chamber of Commerce & Agriculture is a group of business people joined together for the purpose of promoting King City and the business community and making King City a better place to live, work and do business.

Mission Statement

To promote, inform and serve our markets through the successful implementation of programs. Chamber & Visitors Center Hours: Monday through Friday 9am to 4pm

Holiday’s Office Observes • • • • • • • • •

New Years Day Presidents Day Memorial Day Independence Day Veterans Day Thanksgiving Day Black Friday or Day After Thanksgiving Christmas Eve Christmas Day

Visitor’s Center

200 Broadway, Street, Suite 40, King City, CA 93930 Monday - Friday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Phone: (831)385-3814 Fax: (831)386-9462 www.kingcitychamber.com

Erik Rios Chamber Assistant kingcitychamberasst @kingcitychamber.com

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2016 Board of Directors

Oscar Avalos

Melissa Grindstaff

Rob Cullen *

Renata Funke

Anita Garcia

Farmers Insurance & Financial Services

Hartnell College

1st Capital Bank

Dennis Ing

Jessica Potts

Sharon Pursley

MCARLM

Individual

Mee Memorial Hospital

Gerry Ramirez * Avery Accupuncture

Shelly Serritelli * Edward Jones

Andrea Wasson City of King Recreation Center

* Photos Courtesy Alex Arce/King City Photo Center

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On Your Ranch or In Our Branch, Is Focused on Cultivating Relationships.

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Gonzales Irrigation Systems, Inc. GONZALES 723 Fermin Lane Gonzales, CA 93926 831-675-2376

KING CITY 130 E San Antonio Road King City, CA 93930 831-386-9336

Get it Done Right – Work with the Replacement Professionals

Agricultural Irrigation Equipment • System Design & Installation Service & Repairs Pipelines & Drip Systems for Row Crops & Vineyards Drip Tape • Filters • Pumps • Flow Meters • Sprinklers • Technology

Locally owned and operated since 1985

King City Shopping Center! For all your Shopping Needs! Allied Cash Advance 386-9047

Amezcua Insurance 385-9900

Auto Zone 385-0773

Carl’s Jr. 385-5138

Central Coast Federal Credit Union 386-0376

China 1 Express 385-2888

Dollar Tree 386-9423

El Taco Bravo 385-6745

Dental 386-0958

King City Launderland

King City Pizza 385-0880

King City Smoke Shop 385-9999

King City Super Store 385-1461

Liberty Taxes 263-5055

Nancy’s Nails 385-7854

Payless Shoesource 385-8063

Pronto Dollars 385-7866

Radio Shack 385-0886

Rite Aid 385-0886

Safeway 385-7820

Subway 385-4202

Terry’s Fashion 386-0118

The Top Cut 385-1011

Friendly Smiles

KING CITY SHOPPING CENTER Canal St. exit off HWY 101 in King City

Shop • Dine • Relax

Whether you have one window to replace or several, start by talking to the professionals at King City Glass. We can work with you to determine the best products and options for your home’s architecture and orientation on your property, as well as your climate and lifestyle. Milgard and King City Glass has a great selection of products in many different styles to brighten any home.

King City Glass

(831) 385-3295 600 A Broadway King City, CA 93930 www.KingCityGlass.com

milgard.com 1.800.MILGARD


From the President Dear Community Members and Visitors, With 2015 in the rear-view mirror, it is time to look forward to the excitement and uncertainty that changes often bring with each New Year. The Chamber has a long-standing tradition of supporting and promoting businesses of all sizes in the King City area. I began serving on the Board of Directors in 2011 and since then my understanding and true appreciation for this town have grown exponentially with each passing year. Despite a challenging economy, businesses continue to develop and flourish with the support of community members and organizations like this one. I am honored to serve as President of the Chamber and will continue to be an advocate for positive change and progression. We strive to bring community leaders together to create solutions for businesses, as well as supporting the great standard of living that our residents have come to expect. The Chamber has an array of events planned that are sure to get our community energized. Our luncheons and programs will gain your business exposure, educate you, and provide countless networking opportunities. We appreciate input from members and encourage you to share your comments and suggestions. Thank you to all who support the King City Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture. It is because of you, that the City of King continues to be a wonderful place where businesses and community can thrive.

Erin King Pacific Valley Bank Chamber President

From the Vice President

Welcome to King City! Discover why so many residents and businesses love living and working in King City as you read through the King City Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture Guide. Our community’s hospitality and generosity is legendary! Let us show you the best places to play, learn and shop in Monterey County! While in King City, hiking, biking, boating, hunting, swimming and wine tasting are just minutes away! Visitors can easily access Pinnacles National Park, County Parks, San Antonio Mission, Lakes and Premier Wineries. During your visit, King City can provide a glimpse of the “real” Monterey. Taste the food prepared by one of our many local restaurants, take in a quiet moment at one of our city parks, play a round at our golf course, learn our history at the local museum, see the wealth of our talent in our art gallery or take in the bas-relief sculptures and design of the Robert Stanton Theatre named for the renowned architect that designed the space that supports our thriving performing arts community. Let this guide show you the way through our community and discover all the reasons to make King City your home when traveling….or for a little longer.

TJ Plew Salinas Valley Fair Chamber Vice President

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Buttgereit-Pettitt & Davis Agency

Feel good about your future.

www.bpdrealestate.com

BRE# 00457349

We have qualified buyers ready to buy!! “We pride ourself in finding the perfect home for you & your family. Give us a call. We look forward to working with you.”

Robert Cullen

Insurance and Financial Services Agent

Lynnie Oliveira 831-235-1946 BRE 00645576

REAL ESTATE

Residential • Commercial Agriculture Sales & Property Management

121 N. Vanderhurst Ave. King City, CA 93930 CA Ins Lic No: 0F10041

831-385-4831 Offering: Mutual Funds, Variable Universal Life, Variable Annuities, IRAs, 401(k)s, Roth IRAs, 401(k) Rollovers, College Savings, Estate Protection

121 N. Vanderhurst Ave. King City, CA 93930

PH: 385-4831 FX: 385-3950

Member: Monterey County MLS

Securities offered through Farmers Financial Solutions, LLC Member FINRA & SIPC


Office of the Mayor Hi, Welcome to the City of King. Whether you’re a resident, a visitor or just passing through I hope that you take the time to enjoy all that we have to offer. We’re spoiled with great weather year-round, clean air, and plenty of recreational and social activities. Personally I think we have the best of all worlds. There are great things to do in town. Plus, a short drive brings you to Monterey, Paso Robles or San Luis Obispo. As much as I enjoy visiting those areas, I’m equally as happy to see them in my rear-view mirror as I head back to my home of King City. A partial list of what this small city has to offer: • 9-hole public golf course • Beautiful county park complete with camping/RV hook-ups and the Monterey County Ag & Rural Life Museum • An airport, home to the Tutima Academy of Aviation Safety • Parks & Recreation Center with pool and racquetball court • Tennis Courts • Numerous sports fields • Movie theater • Farmers Market (May – October) • Some of the best Mexican food outside of Mexico • Monterey County Wine trail tasting rooms • Highly active service & social clubs • Monterey International Wine Competition • Fairgrounds with newly remodeled facilities; home of the annual Salinas Valley Fair

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Mee Memorial Hospital Sol Treasures Art & Cultural Events Center Fourth of July annual celebration Performing arts events at historic Robert Stanton Theater and much, much more.

Once in a while I overhear someone saying there’s nothing to do in King City. They simply must not be looking. In addition to the above, just outside of town we enjoy leisure activities at Pinnacles National Park, Lake Nacimiento, Lake San Antonio, San Antonio Mission, and Fort Hunter Liggett Military Reserve. I could go on, but you get the point. I am honored to have served as the mayor of King City since 2010. As with any city we have our issues. But we have a wonderful core of caring people and I continue to be optimistic about the future. I encourage you to get involved and enjoy all that the city has to offer. And if you’re ever looking for an idea of something to do, just give me a call.... Thanks. Robert Cullen, Mayor City of King

City of King

City Council Meetings are held on the 2nd & 4th Tuesday of the Month At 6:00 pm, in the City Council Chambers Contact the City of King at: 212 S. Vanderhurst Avenue, King City, CA 93930 Phone: (831) 385-3281 www.kingcity.com

City Council

Robert Cullen, Mayor Karen Jernigan, Mayor Pro Tem Belinda Hendrickson, Council Member Darling Acosta, Council Member Mike LeBarre, Council Member 2016 King City Chamber Directory • A Publication of South County Newspapers • 15


US ARMY Fort Hunter Liggett The U.S. Army Garrison Fort Hunter Liggett is the largest installation in the Army Reserve, with more than 165,000 acres of un encroached mountains, valleys, rivers, plains, and forests, providing ideal maneuver areas to meet today’s training requirements. Fort Hunter Liggett’s ranges, training areas and facilities support year-round joint, multi-component, and interagency training. For more information: www.liggett.army.mil and www.facebook.com/forthunterliggett.

For Events Calendar Please Check www.FHLFMWR.com Cancelations or Changes During The Quarter or Facility Closures. FHL’s Hacienda Provides Lodging & Catering Full bar in the evening. Building 101, Infantry Rd. General Info: (831) 386-2900 Reservations: (831) 386-2262 Open: Mon-Fri 7:30am-4:30pm (Bar) Wed-Fri 5pm-11pm

Liggett Lanes Bowling Center Bowling, snack bar & snack truck Building 121, Infantry Rd. Phone: (831) 386-2194 Open: Mon-Tue 11am-2pm Wed-Fri 11am-9pm Sat 11am-9pm Sun 11am-87pm (Snack Bar) 11am-4pm

Post Exchange Self-service shoppette with high quality merchandise Building 80, Infantry Rd. Phone: (831)-385-4585 Open: Mon-Wed 7am-6pm Thurs – Fri 10 am -6 pm Sat-Sun 10am-2pm

Hunting & Fishing Office Hunting & Fishing Registration: Equipment Check out Building 191, Bradley Rd. Phone: (831) 386-2677 Open: Thurs - Mon 7am-3:30pm Sat & Sun 5am-5pm

Recreation Center Offers off-post recreational trips, games, and recreational equipment for rent. Building 287, Infantry Rd. Phone: (831) 386-2406 Open: Daily 10am-10pm

Library Check out a variety of books and magazines. Reference materials available. Building 291, 7th Division Rd. Phone: (831) 386-2719 Open: Mon-Fri 7:30am-6:00pm

Commissary On post grocery shopping Building F182, Apache Rd. Phone: (831)-386-2191 Open: Tues -Thurs- Fri 11 am- 4pm Sat 9am- 4pm

Qualified Recycling Program Don’t throw it away, recycle for another day! Building 338, Route Tampa Phone: (831) 682-1996 Open: Mon-Fri 7:30am-4:30pm

Rosa’s Café On post casual dining Building 209 Infantry Rd. Open: Mon-Fri 11am-2pm

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1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937

C. L. Steiner W.C. Hamilton W.C. Hamilton A. B. McReynolds A. B. McReynolds J. C. Falkenburg J. C. Falkenburg L. B. Ulrey L. B. Ulrey E. L. Rianda H. B. Burns H. B. Burns H. B. Burns Leslie Hables C. M. Armstrong C. M. Armstrong C. M. Armstrong W. C. Beasley Dr. George Starbird William Steglich E. A. Powell E. A. Powell E. A. Powell Roy Gleason Roy Gleason J. A. Carlson Les Hitchcock

1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964

Past Chamber Presidents

Les Hitchcock Mel Fowler Ralph Freeman W.C. Beasley W. A. Lake Walter Paine Roy Gleason Roy Gleason Dr. John Hughes Loring Burns James Pettitt Dr. Oz Hull Ree Grim Leo Bardin Grant Cunningham William Hargis Leroy Tavernetti Hal Green Emil Meyer Jerry Keefer Emil C. Meyer Melvin Davis Sam Gregory Dr. James Nash Dr. James Nash John (Jack) Turner Edward Foley

1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990

Edward Prussak Wesley Bengard Lloyd Butler Jack Schmidt Edward Ballengee Robert T. McVay Jack Schmidt Charles Tom Grim Paul T. Beckett Melvin Simas Don Carlile Jim Barrient, Becky Tully Becky Tully Del Lombard Jim Miller Walt Tirschwell Eddie Gallegos Dan Stevens, Dr. Marc Stretten Tom H. Fulton William H. Dye William H. Dye Suzanne Krause Patricia Hearne Chris Davis Fred Yelkin Richard Casey

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Rose Marie Johnson Kathy Merritt Lynette Oliveira Kevin Young Robert Eddington Karen Jernigan Susan Boloorchi Bill Gittler Mikel Ann Miller Sharon Honlein Bruce Kitchin Scott Brennan Oly Gomez Francisco Barajas Paulette Bumbalough Paulette Bumbalough Paulette Bumbalough Gerry Ramirez Jeremy Burke, Mikel Ann Miller Humberto Arenas Sarah Cummings Gerry Ramirez Gerry Ramirez Ron Childers Ron Childers

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THE PERFECT PAIRING YOUR EVENT + SCHEID

Book Your Special Event Today Estate Winery 1972 Hobson Ave., Greenfield 831.455.9990

SCHEIDVINEYARDS.COM

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King City History The City of King is located on Highway 101 in the Salinas Valley, 155 miles south of San Francisco and 277 miles north of Los Angeles. The population in the city has been relatively slow. In 2010, the city’s population was 12,874 residents and in 2014, the population 13,211 residents. The city is multicultural and family oriented rooted in a strong agricultural economy. Agriculture is the dominant industry in the City. Thirty-eight (38%) percent of the City’s population is employed by the agricultural sector, followed by other major employers including education (11%), manufacturing (9%), and retail trade (8.5%). Agriculture contributes over $4.38 billion per year to Monterey County’s economic output. Fort Hunter Liggett, located 26 miles from the city, also plays a role in the city’s economic base. The Training Center at Fort Hunter Liggettwww.liggett.army.mil can be accessed north of the city at Jolon Road. The City was incorporated in 1911 as “City of King” and is a Charter City. The City of King derived its name from pioneer Charles H. King, who was born in New York State on May 3, 1844. In 1884 King purchased 13,000 acres of the Spanish land grant and founded the King Ranch. His crops succeeded beyond expectations in the area, causing the railroads to take note. In July 1886, the Southern Pacific completed rail lines to what became known as “King’s Station.” The City is currently working on reestablishing passenger rail service via a multimodal transit center on a site near the original train depot. King City carries its own hospital, airport, golf course, four swimming pools, a theater, college extension, a skate board park, racquet ball courts, soccer fields, baseball fields, basketball court,

its own newspaper and a radio station. These are only a few of the great things that the City of King embraces! A few nearby attractions include the Pinnacle National Park, Mission San Antonio de Padua, Monterey County Wine Country and Corridor, San Lorenzo County Park, and Robert Stanton Theater.

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KING CITY EDUCATION CENTER

117 N. Second Street King City, CA 93930 (831) 386-7100 www.hartnell.edu

CLARK’S STOREROOM & TRUCKING

Clark’s Trucking

Celebrating 10 years of serving the Salinas Valley. We thank our customers for their support and continued business.

820 Park Row # 616 • Salinas

Office: 831-796-0504 Fax: 831-272-0624 www.holadayseedcompany.com

Clark’s Storeroom

Since 1946 70 FT. PUBLIC SCALE Backhoe • Crane • Dump Truck LowBed

SELF STORAGE R.V. STORAGE CONTROLLED GATE ACCESS VIDEO SURVEILLANCE

Gravel • Base Rock • DG • Sand

385-4000

www.carmelstone.biz 385-3204

-831-

385-5939

100 Airport Drive, King City, CA 93930

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Looking for Something Special? We May Have It!

Every First Tuesday of the month is No Tax Tuesday

A “LIL” BIT COUNTRY ANTIQUES & MORE Formerly “Nothing But Country”

Summer hours Tues. thru Sat. 10am - 5:30pm Winter hours Tues. thru Sat. 10am - 5pm

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Shopping, Dining, Entertainment and Recreation There is no shortage of fun and exciting things to do in King City. Although we are a small town of about 13,000, our residents cherish a unique flavor of life in our close-knit community that makes us different from any place in the world. If you want malls and big box stores, you won’t find them here. We are a rural agricultural community that has most of what people need for everyday life, including a variety of stores in our King City Center and Broadway Plaza shopping centers. Our downtown provides stores with supplies including many family-owned stores that offer food and goods favored by our largely Mexican population. Our long-standing L.A. Hearne Company on Metz Road supplies products with a Western theme from clothing to goods for ranches and farms. Businesses along Highway 101 cater to travelers, many of whom are headed to Pinnacles National Park, America’s newest national park. The Garden House gift store off of Canal Street is a treasure as is A Little Bit of Country on San Antonio Drive. When looking for a place to dine, you are in luck if you desire Mexican food. Numerous downtown restaurants offer an array of authentic food found in various areas of Mexico. You won’t want to miss the tacos at Tacos La Potranca de Jalisco, the beef and chicken chimichangas at Guadalajara Restaurant, the shrimp tostadas at El Lugarcito Restaurant, the guacamole at El Sinaloense and handmade ice cream at La Michocana. Our new The Cork and Plough restaurant downtown features food and wine grown in our beautiful Salinas Valley, an area often referred to as the Salad Bowl of the World. For one of the best salad bars around, try California Gourmet Pizza. Another ethnic favorite is the Vietnam Restaurant across the street from our high school. A nice array of fast food choices and coffee shops are available near the freeway. If you are in town on a weekend, you are likely to find a chicken BBQ going on somewhere as a fundraiser for the many worthy causes our town supports. For entertainment, King City offers a three-screen King City Cinemas in our Town Square. Live theater productions are regu-

larly produced by The Stage Hands theater group which has been offering quality performances for more than 25 years. The Monterey County Dance Theatre does marvelous productions featuring young dancers twice a year. Sol Treasures, our local non-profit cultural center, offers a wide range of activities including backyard concerts during the summer, an art gallery and a delightful gift store featuring hand-crafted items. Tours of local wineries are available within a short drive. Each year in May our Salinas Valley Fair welcomes thousands of people for four days of fun and learning. The two landmark red barns on the fairgrounds offer large venues for rodeo and barrel racing events year-around. Recreation occupies many of our residents all year with programs for soccer, baseball and basketball for all ages through our King City Recreation Department. The recreation department also runs our four-pool swimming complex complete with a water slide open during the summer months .Great hiking and outdoor adventure are easily accessible at Pinnacles National Park, just a 45-minute drive to either the east or west side entrances. As well, the Los Padres National Forest and our San Antonio and Nacimiento lakes offers outdoor experiences and a splendid array of wildflowers in the springtime. San Antonio Mission is a great place to explore in the hills to the west, adjacent to Fort Hunter Liggett, a training ground for our military. San Lorenzo Park, within walking distance to King City, is referred to as the hidden jewel of the Salinas Valley with its amazing Agricultural museum, displays of vintage farm equipment, historic school house, Irrigation Museum, campground and marvelous RV park all located next to the Salinas River. Our city parks feature a skateboarding area, tennis courts, horseshoe pits, playgrounds, racquetball courts and ball fields. Overlooking San Lorenzo Creek is a nine-hole golf course. The more you visit and stay in King City, the more you will experience the unique flavor of our town.

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Located in the

King City Town Square 200 Broadway • (831) 385-9100

First Run Movies! www.kingcitycinemas.com Military and Senior Discounts! Open Daily • Available for Parties!

Digital Projectors 7.1 Dolby Surround Sound

South County’s First Choice for News, Entertainment, Sports and Music is proud to support The King City Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture

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Education Hartnell College

Hartnell College started teaching in King City in the 1990s. At first it was housed at the Gleason Center and, thanks to major funding by local donors, moved to its current location on 2nd & Broadway in 2002. Current Dean Renata Funke, oversees the programming of courses for all of South County; support staff provides one-stop services that include assessment, cashiering, counseling, some financial aid assistance, and tutoring. The King City Center offers classes Monday-Saturday and is well positioned to work with local employers, collaborate on grant projects with community agencies, and provide a hub for job training, preparation for university transfer, and lifelong learning.

King City Union School District

King City Union School District is a K-8 public school district with an enrollment of approximately 2600 students. Currently we have three K-5 elementary schools: Del Rey, Santa Lucia and King City Arts Magnet. Chalone Peaks is our middle school with grades 6-8th and the Phoenix Academy for grades 5th - 8th is our community day school. Our district has partnered with Harmony at Home and Monterey County Behavioral Health to bring counseling services back into our district. As we are fully engaged in Common Core State Standards implementation, we continue our belief that all students can learn and achieve! Please visit the district website for more information: www.kcusd.org

Public Schools

South Monterey County Joint Union High School District 800 Broadway St P: 831-385-0606 King City High School Office 702 Broadway St. P: 831-385-5461 King City Union School District Pearl St. P: 831-385-2940 Chalone Peaks Middle School 667 Meyer Street P: 831-385-4400 Del Rey Elementary School 502 King Street P: 831 385-4884 King City Arts Magnet 415 Pearl Street P: 831 385-5473

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Fine Arts and Culture Sol Treasures Established in 2007, Sol Treasures is a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing arts and culture related education, enrichment, and engagement to King City and Southern Monterey County. Sol Treasures serves 8,500 children and adults each year. Among our many programs are Children’s Musical Theatre, SOL-O Youth Strings Orchestra, Middle School Band, Timshel Adult Choir, Children’s Show Choir, Art-in-the-Schools, After-School Art, Art Gallery and Shop for local artists, and Enrichment Classes. We have partnerships with CHISPA Housing in Greenfield and King City as well as area schools to provide visual and performing arts classes. The Sol Treasures Gallery and Shop welcomes visitors to the 7-8 rotating exhibits each year, showcasing local artists. The gallery is enjoyed by all ages, including classrooms of area school-age children. Sol Treasures is the current King City Business of the Year, underscoring its value and capacity as a community asset.

Monterey County Dance Theatre Monterey County Dance Theatre (MCDT) was originally the Pauline Hall Dance Studio founded by the late Pauline Hall in 1958. Pauline presented the FIRST Nutcracker Ballet in the Salinas Valley and one of the first in California in 1959. The early productions were presented in operetta format with Pauline’s recorded voice telling the story over the music to small audiences. Bringing Nutcracker into the Salinas Valley and the rural town of King City was no small endeavor. At that time, quite unlike today where Nutcracker has become well known and popularized, it was quite the opposite few knew the story or music. Pauline staged full productions of the ballet in 1964 using her innate determination, natural talents and her own funds! The 50th Golden anniversary of the first performance of The Nutcracker Ballet in Monterey County was marked by her daughter Jan Harkness in December 2009 with a new staging of the Christmas classic by the students of the Monterey County Dance Theatre (MCDT). MCDT proudly continues the legacy of Pauline Hall, retaining the Nutcracker in their repertory. They studio also co-produces a spring ballet and a summer dance recital for studio dancers and our community. Past spring ballets include Cinderella, Peter Pan and Sleeping Beauty. The MCDT shares the same vision that art and dance can flourish anywhere if students are provided an opportunity to see, to learn, and to participate. Many MCDT students have gained acceptance with

premier schools such as San Francisco Ballet, Ballet West, Joffery Ballet of New York, University of California Irvine, North Carolina School of the Arts and Contra Costa Ballet. Pauline opened the creative door for her students and the legacy continues with MCDT. For more information about classes and productions visit their website at www.MontereyCountyDanceTheatre. com.

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Come experience Mission San Antonio de Padua

A Contemporary Take on Classic American Cuisine LOCALLY SOURCED & HAND-CRAFTED

Annual Fundraising Events Cutting of Roses and Brunch: Jan. 31, 2016 Mission Days: April 2, 2016 Mission Fiesta: June 12, 2016 Evening in the Garden: November 5, 2016

Visit the Museum and Gift Shop 10am to 4pm Daily

(Call to schedule group tours and docent-led tours) Individuals and Groups Welcome in our Retreat Facilities Facilities also available for Weddings, Receptions Fiesta Grounds available for Large Non-Profit Group Events

831.385.4478

ROGER BORZINI, CPA roger.borzini@borzinicpa.com

BRANDI M. BORZINI, CPA brandi.short@borzinicpa.com

Local. Dependable. Trusted. Located in King City’s Town Square 200 Broadway St. 831.386.9491 www.thecorkandplough.com

(831) 385-8500 218 Bassett St., King City PO Box 706 King City, CA 93930 www.borzinicpa.com

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Important Numbers, Clubs & Organizations King City Police Department

George L. Mee Memorial Hospital

415 Bassett St.

300 Canal St...................................................... 831-385-6000

(Non emergency)............................................ 831-385-8311

George L Mee Memorial King City Clinic

Tip Line............................................................... 831-386-5980

210 Canal St. .................................................... 831-385-5471

Town Watch....................................................... 831-385-4848

Pinnacle Healthcare

We Tip Line....................................................... 800-78-CRIME

1180 Broadway................................................. 831-385-8000

King City Fire Department 422 Bassett St. (Non Emergency )............................................ 831-385-3430

City Hall 212 S. Vanderhurst Ave City Hall............................................................. 831-385-3281 Building Permits................................................ 831-385-5915 Business License............................................... 831-385-3281 Community Service Officer............................. 831-269-9053

Specialty Clinic 400 Canal St. Ste B............................................ 831-386-7401 The Women Center 400 Canal St. Ste C .......................................... 831-385-7200 Well Work 809 Broadway #1.............................................. 831-533-5352

Newspapers South County Newspapers 522-B Broadway St............................................ 831-385-4880

Economic Development................................. 831-385-3281

Transportation

Engineering....................................................... 831-385-3281

Amtrak Schedules/ Fare.................................. 800-872-7245

Planning Director.....................................831-385-3281x5916

Greyhound........................................................ 831-386-0322

Public Works...................................................... 831-682-1007

MST Monterey- Salinas Transit....................... 1888-678-2871

Recreation Dept................................................ 831-385-6748

Utilities

Animal Control/Pet Licenses

Cal Water.......................................................... 831-385-6575

Licenses are required for all dogs age four months or older. Max number of adult dogs permitted in any residence is three. Animal Control ................................................ 831-386-5981

Community Numbers King City Chamber Of Commerce & Agriculture & Visitor Center 200 Broadway Ste. 40....................................... 831-385-3814 Monterey County Free Library King City Branch

PG&E...................................................................800 743-5000 Waste Management........................................ 831-385-5694

Additional Community Numbers California High Patrol....................................... 831-385-3216 Department Of Motor Vehicles....................... 800-777-0133 Mesa Del Rey Airport....................................... 831-385-6575 Monterey County Health Department........... 831-386-6899 Monterey County Sherriff Department........... 831-385-8312

404 Broadway................................................... 831-385-3677 Salinas Valley Fair 625 Division St.................................................... 831-385-3243 U.S. Post Office 123 S. 3rd St........................................................ 831-385-3472

Hospital/Clinics Dialysis Clinic 809 Broadway................................................... 831-385-6034

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Recreation Recreation Department • Recreation Center • Racquetball • Aquatics Center • Youth Sports • Adult Sports Parks • Facility Rentals • Other Activities

In the interest of improving the health and well-being of our community members, the King City Recreation Department offers a variety of recreational programs on a yearround basis. Enjoy our parks, tennis courts, pools, ball fields and much more!

Recreation Center The Recreation Center is located at 401 Division Street and is available for rentals, public and private events. The Recreation Center has one bathroom and a kitchen facility with sink, oven, stove and refrigerator for use. The Center also has a small fenced, outside patio with barbecue. The Center holds up to 200 people. Chairs and tables are available for rent.

Racquetball Our racquetball facility is open to the public daily for use Monday—Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. An annual or quarterly pass may be purchased to use the facility seven days a week from 5:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Daily passes are also available. Passes can be purchased from at City Hall.

Aquatics Center

Youth Sports/Adult Sports

We offer a variety of water fun for all ages and abilities. Soar down our 40-foot tall waterslide...enjoy taking a flying leap off the 1-meter or 3-meter boards into the dive tank…..leisurely wade in the 1.5 foot wade pool for little swimmers or test your endurances in the five-lane, 25-yard race pool. Swimming lessons are offered for every age and skill level—parent/tot classes through advanced swimming for children and adults. Recreation swimming is open daily from June—August. We also offer pool rentals for parties and special events. The King City Pool is also home to the King City High School swim team and King City Swim Club for ages 6 – 18.

Youth Basketball Our Youth Basketball Program begins in January and is for boys and girls from grades 2—6. Skills covered include ball handling, passing, pivoting, shooting, rebounding, screening and individual defense. Teamwork, sportsmanship and a positive attitude win or lose will be emphasized. All games are played on Saturdays.

The King City Pool is a Make A Splash Local Partner. Make A Splash is an initiative of the USA Swimming Foundation and partners provide swimming lessons and educate residents on the importance of learning how to swim and help families become water-safe and share with them a lifelong physical fitness activity.

Girls Fastpitch Softball Our Fastpitch Softball Program is for girls age 7 –14 and begins in March. Two divisions: 7—10 years old plays and 11—14 years old. The program stresses the fundamentals of softball, including pitching, catching, fielding and base running.

Youth Soccer Our Youth Soccer Program is for boys and girls grades Kindergarten through 6th grade and begins in September. The teams are coed and emphasis is placed on developing skills, teamwork and sportsmanship. All games are played at San Antonio Park.

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More Recreation offered in King City Adult Softball Adult Basketball Little League Baseball Junior League Baseball King City Golf Course King City Swim Club Monterey County Youth Football South County Soccer League Club Volleyball Club Softball Contact the Recreation Office for more information at (831) 385-6748

Parks Facility Rentals Reservations for park rentals, field rental and Rec Center rental are made at City Hall. A permit is issued when making the reservation and a permit must be on-site at the facility when rental is occurring. Bounce houses are permitted with proper insurance. Electricity is not available for bounce houses. The Recreation Center is located at 401 Division Street and holds 200 people for parties, classes and other events. A refundable security deposit of $200 is required when making a reservation for the Recreation Center. Liability insurance must also be provided. Facility Rental Fees Fields Soccer field

Private Non-profit $25.00/ hr $20.00/hr

Ball field (games) $25.00/hr $20.00/hr Ball field w/lights (games)

$30.00/hr $28.00/hr

Ball field (practice) $6.00/hr

$3.50/hr

Ball field w/lights (practice) $20.00/hr $12.00/hr All reservations fees are PER FIELD. Picnic Shelters Private Non-profit City Park (no electricity) $60/event $40/event

San Antonio Park $60/event $40/event San Antonio Park w/electrical $72/event $47/event Park Open spaces $125/day $12/day Volleyball Court

$30/day

$6/day

Recreation Center $51/hr $15.50/hr Security deposit $200/event (Insurance policy on file required) Tables/day/per table $3

$3.50

Chairs/day/per chair $.50

$.45

Dunk Tank

$76.50/day $61.25/day

Aquatics Complex Private Non-profit Wade pool $52/hr $40/hr Dive pool

$90/hr

$70/hr

Lap pool

$90/hr

$70/hr

Slide pool

$120/hr

$100/hr

Lap & Dive pools $155/hr

$125/hr

Creekbridge Baseball/Softball Park, corner of San Antonio Drive and Mildred Street Four acres Baseball/Softball Park Restrooms Creekbridge Soccer Park, Meyer Street and San Antonio Drive Three acres Restrooms Reservations can be made at City Hall. For more information, call City Hall at (831) 385-3281.

Other Activities Summer Day Camp Our Summer Day Camp program offers nine weeks of summer programs and activities for King City children. Daily activities include arts and crafts, cooking, water activities, sports and walking field trips. Registration for the drop –in program begins in June.

Picnic Reservations/Shelter BBQ Pits City Park, Division Street and South Vanderhurst 10 acres Softball Field (lighted) Little League Field 2 Tot Lot Playgrounds with swings, slide and play apparatus Covered Barbecue area with pit 2 Horseshoe Pits Restrooms Forden Park, Rio Vista Drive and Forden Drive Three acres Open Grass Area San Antonio Park, corner of San Antonio Drive and Bedford Drive 10.6 acres Tot Lot Playground with swings, slide and play apparatus Basketball Court Barbecue area Sand Volleyball Court Skateboard Park Soccer Fields Softball/Baseball Field Restrooms Covered picnic shelter with electrical

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The Best in Farm Equipment Repair King City Industrial Supply

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&

Quality Service Since 1963 Custom Fabrication Complete Blacksmithing Full Line of Agricultural & Industrial Hardware & Equipment • Machine Work

Lee Conaster Welding & Machine, Inc.

Congratulations Danny Conaster on being named Citizen of the Year

132 Lynn St. • King City Shop 385-3343 • Store 385-5901

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(831) 386-9420 423 Broadway, King City

385-3819 400 King Street • King City Hours: Worship 11 am. Bible study for all ages 10 am.

www.BaileyFit.com

Joanne Banuelos

Quality. Service. Value.

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Columnist South County Newspapers • King City Rustler • Greenfield News • Soledad Bee • Gonzales Tribune

PO Box 710 King City, Ca 93930 jban73@msn.com

Joanne Banuelos individual King City Chamber Member.

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Chamber Members PREMIER SPONSORS

1st Capital Bank 432 Broadway St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-8900 F: 831-540-4099 Email: mikelannmiller@1stcapitalbank.com Website: 1stCapitalBank.com California Orchard Co. Salinas Land Co. P.O. Box 686 King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-3858 F: 831-385-5909 Calpine 750 Metz Rd. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-4090 F: 831-385-6683 Casey Printing Co. 398 E. San Antonio Dr. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-3222 F: 831-385-3226 Website: caseyprinting.com Chevron P.O. Box 1392 Bakersfield, CA 93302 9525 Camino Media Bakersfield, CA 93302 P: 661-654-7450 F: 661-654-7189 Email: Adam.Alvidrez@chevron.com City Of King 212 S. Vanderhurst Ave. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-3281 Website: Kingcity.com Dataflow Business Systems 540 Work St. Suite E Salinas, CA 93901 P: 831-776-1554 F: 831-417-1905 Website: Startdbs.com

George L. Mee Memorial Hospital 300 Canal St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-6000 Facebook Page: Mee Memorial Hospital Website: Meememorial.com Hayashi Wayland Accounting & Consulting 104-A S. Vanderhurst Ave. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-5426 F: 831-385-5156 Email: kathyg@hw-cpa.com Website: www.hw-cpa.com L.A. Hearne Company 512 Metz Road King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-5441 F: 831-385-4377 Email: Francis@hearneco.com Website: Hearnestore.com McDonald’s/ RHC Management Co., LLC 1350 Broadway Cir. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-262-7694 F: 831-269-5856 Email: trenzi@mcn.org Mitchell Technologies 399 E. San Antonio Dr. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-613-1011 Website: mitchelltechnologies.us Rio Farms LLC & Gill Ranches LLC P.O. Box 605 King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-6225 F: 831-385-0133 Email: chilibob@riofarms.com Website: gillsonions.com

San Bernabe A Delicato Family Vineyards, LLC 53001 Oasis Rd. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-386-5600 F: 831-385-0667 Email: bgarcia@delicato.com Website: Dfvwines.com South County Newspapers P.O. Box 710 522 B Broadway St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-4880 F: 831-385-4799 South County Newspapers Email: Yo u r H o m e t o w n N e w s tbergeron @southcountynewspapers.com Facebook: King City Rustler Website: kingcityrustler.com

King City Rustler • Greenfield News • Soledad Bee • Gonzales Tribune

South County Packing Rava Ranches Fresh Farms & Mesa Business Park P.O. Box 1600 King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-3285 F: 831-385-1446

BUSINESS SPONSORS A&G Pumping P.O. Box 1915 268 E. San Antonio Dr. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-5803 F: 831-386-9459

Big Valley Labor, LLC 117 N. First St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-1263 F: 831-385-9414 First Street Storage 401 N. First St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-5404

BUSINESS SPONSORS Continued next page

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Chamber Members BUSINESS SPONSORS Continued from previous page Gonzales Irrigation Systems, Inc. 723 Fermin Lane Gonzales, CA 93926 P: 831-675-2376 F: 831-675-3871 Email: jrianda@gis4agwater.com

KRKC Country & KC 102 1134 San Antonio Dr. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-5421 Facebook: KRKC News Email: matthew@krkc. com

Hartnell College 117 N. Second St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-386-7100 Email: rfunke@hartnell. edu Website: Hartnell.edu

The Cork & Plough 200 Broadway Ste. 34 King City, CA 93930 P: 831-386-9491 Email: thecorkandplough@gmail.com Facebook: The Cork & Plough Website: thecorkandplough.com

ACCOUNTING & BOOKKEEPING Borzini Accounting & Consulting, LLP 218 Bassett St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-8500 F: 831-385-8505 Enjay Inc. DBA: Amezcua Insurance Services P.O. Box 9528 Salinas, CA 93915 560-D Canal St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-757-6313 F: 831-757-5455 Email: nancy@amezcuains.com Hayashi Wayland Accounting & Consulting 104-A S. Vanderhurst Ave. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-5426 F: 831-385-5156 Email: kathyg@hw-cpa. com Website: www.hw-cpa. com

AG BUSINESS Big Valley Labor, LLC 117 N. First St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-1263 F: 831-385-9414 Bobby Miller Pump Service, Inc. 424 Metz Rd. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-35036 F: 831-385-0257 Email: millerpump@redshift.com California Orchard Co. Salinas Land Co. P.O. Box 686 King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-3858 F: 831-385-5909 Coastal Tractor Co. 10 Harris PL. Salinas, CA 93901 P: 831-757-4101 F: 831-757-4106 Email: kamaron.rianda@ coastaltractor.com Website: www.coastaltractor.com

CSC Of King City 602 South First St. King City, CA 93930 712 B Abbott St. Salinas, CA 93901 P: 831-757-3009 F: 831-757-1356 Email: rtorres@cscofsalinas.com Website: cscofsalinas.com Elephant Garlic Kings P.O. Box 39 King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-3261 F: 831-385-6473 Flora’s Farm 44765 Reliz Cyn Rd. Greenfield, CA 93927 P: 831-674-2849 Gonzales Irrigation Systems, Inc. 723 Fermin Lane Gonzales, CA 93926 P: 831-675-2376 F: 831-675-3871 Email: jrianda@gis4agwater.com Holaday Seed Company, Inc. 820 Park Row #616 Salinas, CA 93901 P: 831-796-0504 King City Nursery P.O. Box 1042 48452 Lonoak Rd. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-6495 F: 831-385-6488 Email: jeff@kingcitynursery. com L.A. Hearne Company 512 Metz Road King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-5441 F: 831-385-4377 Email: Francis@hearneco. com Website: Hearnestore. com

Mission Ranches Company, LLC 117 N. First St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-1263 F: 831-385-3340 Santa Maria Seeds, Inc. P.O. Box 7739 Santa Maria, CA 93455 P: 805-922-5757 F: 805-928-8667 Website: santamariaseeds.com Rio Farms LLC & Gill Ranches LLC P.O. Box 605 King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-6225 F: 831-385-0133 Email: chilibob@riofarms. com Website: gillsonions.com South County Packing Rava Ranches Fresh Farms & Mesa Business Park P.O. Box 1600 King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-3285 F: 831-385-1446 Stackhouse Bros. Harvesting 13501 Cogswell Rd. Hickman, CA 95323 P: 209-883-2663

AG EQUIPMENT SALES & RENTALS King City Industrial Supply Inc. 132 Lynn St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-5901

ANTIQUE SHOPPE A “Lil” Bit Country Antiques & More 180 E. San Antonio Dr. Ste. J King City, CA 93930 P: 831-386-9005

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Chamber Members F: 831-385-1466 Email: alilbitcountryantiques@yahoo.com Facebook: alilbitcountryantiques Website: alilbitcountryantiques.com

APPAREL CUSTOMIZATION Sensations Imprinting Apparel 1615 Commerce Way D-1 Paso Robles, CA 93446 P: 805-237-9579 F: 805-237-9724 Email: chris@sensationsapparel.net Website: www.sensationsapparel.net

APPLIANCES Wildhorse Propane PO Box 633 King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-4827

ART GALLERY Sol Treasures Art & Cultural Enrichment Center 519 Broadway St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-386-9809 Email: celebrate@soltreasures.com Facebook: Sol-Treasures Website: Soltreasures.com

ATTORNEY’S & LEGAL SERVICES Law Office of Peter D. Anderson Inc. 523 Broadway St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-5428 F: 831-385-5440 Email: anderson@andersonlawkc.com Legalshield 417 Lynn St #8 King City, CA 93930 P: 408-706-0879 Email: love2signu@aim.

com Website: legalshieldassociate.com/tinaacevedo Moncrief & Hart, PC 16 W. Gabilian St. Salinas, CA 93901 P: 831-759-0900 Email: koren@moncriefhart.com Website: moncriefhart. com Noland, Hamerly, Etienne & Hoss 333 Salinas St. Salinas, CA 93902 P: 831-424-1414

AUTO BODY & PAINTING CB Auto Collision 312 E. Market St. Salinas, CA 93901 P: 831-540-5791 P: 831-272-9390 Email: cautocollision@ gmail.com Website: cbautocollision. com

AUTO SERVICES King City Radiator Service & Complete Auto Repair 316- A S. First St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-3188 F: 831-385-3188 Email: kingcityradiators@ sbcglobal.net MT Mullahey Inc. DBA Mullahey Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram 2520 Golden Hill Rd. Paso Robles, CA 93446 P: 805-369-2400 F: 805-369-2401 Email: DMGreen68@yahoo.com Facebook: Mullahey CDJR Website: mullaheycdjr. com

BANKS

BUSINESS CONSULTANT

1st Capital Bank 432 Broadway St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-8900 F: 831-540-4099 Email: mikelannmiller@1stcapitalbank.com Website: 1stCapitalBank. com

BG Hritz Consulting, Inc. 150 W. LePoint St. Arroyo Grande, CA 93420 P: 661-373-7887 Email: bonnie.hritz@charternet.com

Central Coast Federal Credit Union 510 R. Canal St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-393-3480 F: 831-386-0166 Email: alma@centcoastfcu.com Facebook: Central Coast Federal Credit Union Website: centcoastfed. com Wells Fargo Bank 506 Broadway St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-4805 Email: emily.a.goodnight@ wellsfargo.com Pacific Valley Bank 302 Broadway St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-2200 F: 831-385-2219 Email: erin.king@ pacificvalleybank.com Website: www.pacificvalleybank.com

BUILDING & GROUNDS RENTALS Salinas Valley Fair Inc. 625 Division St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-3243 F: 831-385-3345 Email: tj@salinasvalleyfair. com Website: www.salinasvalleyfair.com

Sarah Nash Business Management Solutions P: 831-206-7223 F: 831-385-5860 Email: scnash@gmail.com

CLEANING SERVICE Ace’s Quality Cleaning P.O. Box 1909 King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-5061 F: 831-385-5061 Email: acequality1@yahoo.com

CLOTHING STORE Alas de Angel 429 Broadway St King City, CA 93930 P: 831-240-7183 F: 831-386-0365 Email: alasdeangel15@ gmail.com

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS Community Foundation For Monterey County 945 S. Main St. Ste. 207 Salinas, CA 93901 P: 831-375-9712 F: 831-375-4731 Email: danb@cfmco.org King City Young Farmers P.O. Box 712 King City, CA 93930 P: 831-594-9644 Pinnacle Partnership P.O. Box 2080 Hollister, CA 95024 P: 831-637-4879 Email: info@pinnaclespart-

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Chamber Members nership.org Facebook: Pinnacle partnership Website: pinnaclespartnership.org Relay For Life Of King City 105-A- Oasis Rd. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-801-1208 Email: kingcityrelayforlife@ gmail.com Facebook: King City Relay For Life Website: relayforlife.org/ kingcityca Santa Lucia Masonic Lodge 421 Broadway St. King City, CA 93930 P: 619-208-6622 Email: max@maxschell. com Silver Kings & Queens P.O. Box 614 King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-6253 Email: kingcitysteve@ gmail.com So. Mo. Co Republican Women Federated P.O. Box 221 King City, CA 93930 P: 831-382-4230 Email: djerrea@aol.com

COUNSELING Sun Street Centers 2167 H. De La Rosa St. Soledad, CA 93960 P: 831-385-0100 F: 831-753-6005 Email: dacosta@sunstreet. org Facebook: Sun Street Centers Website: Sunstreetcenter. org

CORPORATE PROMOTIONS West Coast Specialties 46265 Pine Meadow Dr. King City, CA 93930 P: 619-208-6622 Email: max@westcoastspecialties.com Website: westcoastspecialties.com

EDUCATION Hartnell College 117 N. Second St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-386-7100 Email: rfunke@hartnell.edu Website: Hartnell.edu Hartnell College Foundation 411 Central Avenue Salinas, CA 93901 P: 831-755-6810 F: 831-759-6038 Email: jcruz@hartnell.edu Website: hartnellfoundation.org Interagency Autism Consortium 2 El Camino Real Greenfield, CA 93927 P: 831-998-0399 Website: Screeningproject.org Monterey County Office Of Education 901 Blanco Circle Salinas, CA 93901 P: 831-755-0301 F: 831-755-6473 Email: kotowski@monterey.k12.ca.us Facebook: Monterey County Office Of Education

ENTERTAINMENT AfterHours Party Band 431 Park Pl. King City, CA 93930

P: 831-385-7598 Email: afterhourspartyband@rocketmail.com Monterey County Pops P.O. Box 293 Carmel, CA 93921 P: 831-624-4538 F: 831-624-4538

ELECTRICITY, GAS & ENERGY Calpine 750 Metz Rd. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-4090 F: 831-385-6683 Chevron P.O. Box 1392 Bakersfield, CA 93302 9525 Camino Media Bakersfield, CA 93302 P: 661-654-7450 F: 661-654-7189 Email: Adam.Alvidrez@ chevron.com Pacific Gas & Electric Company 406 Higuera St. San Luis Obispo, CA 93401 P: 1800-pge-5000 Website: pge.com

FAMILY SERVICES Kinship Center 124 River Rd Salinas, CA 93908 P: 831-455-4723 F: 831-455-4791 Email: blutz@kinshipcenter.org Website: Kinshipcenter.org Interagency Autism Consortium 2 El Camino Real Greenfield, CA 93927 P: 831-998-0399 Website: Screeningproject.org

FINANCE & INSURANCE AAA NCNN 1019 Post Dr. Salinas, CA 93907 P: 831-771-4011 F: 831-796-0795 Edward Jones 422 Broadway St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-386-0702 F: 888-616-3348 State Farm Insurance 108 N. Russ St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-6777 F: 831-385-5979 Email: anne.olson.gija@ statefarm.com Website: www.anneolson. net Tavernetti, Layous & Clark Insurance Services 333 Broadway St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-3227 F: 831-385-6980 Email: playous@tlcinskc. com

FITNESS Kasey Fitness Academy 180 E. San Antonio Dr. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-9500 F: 831-385-9501 Email: kaseyfitness@yahoo.com Website: www.kaseyfitness. com

FLORIST & GARDNER’S Frank’s Gardening Services P.O. Box 52 King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-3368 F: 831-385-3368

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Chamber Members The Garden House 650 Canal St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-6811

FUNERAL SERVICES Eddington Funeral Services 333 E. San Antonio Dr. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-5400 F: 831-385-5432 Email: rjeddington@yahoo.com Website: efscares.com

Salinas, CA 93901 P: 831-755-5033 F: 831-796-3022

King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-5886

City Of King 212 S. Vanderhurst Ave. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-3281 Website: Kingcity.com

George L. Mee Memorial Hospital 300 Canal St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-6000 Facebook Page: Mee Memorial Hospital Website: Meememorial. com

King City Police Department 415 Bassett St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-386-5950 F: 831-385-4976

FURNITURE

GROCERY STORE

Heritage Cabinets, Inc. 300 E. San Antonio Dr. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-386-0805 F: 831-386-0765 Email: heritage@redshift. com

Safeway 530 Canal St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-7820 F: 831-385-7825

GIFT SHOPS

King City True Value Hardware 600-B Broadway St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-5898 F: 831-385-7517 Email: suzannekrause@ yahoo.com

Gifts From Mee 300 Canal St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-7193 Email: volunteers@meememorial.com Facebook: Mee Memorial Hospital Service League

GLASS King City Glass 600 A Broadway St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-3295 F: 831-385-4561 Email: karen@kingcityglass.com Website: kingcityglass. com

GOVERNMENT SERVICES County Of Monterey Supervisor Simon Salinas 168 W. Alisal, 3rd Floor

HARDWARE RETAIL

HEALTH SERVICES Arnesen Chiropractic Clinic D.W. Arnesen D.C. 222 San Antonio Dr. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-678-8866 Avery Acupuncture & Natural Medicine 522 C Broadway St. King City, CA 93930 P: 805-400-9723 Email: veronicaavery@ hotmail.com Website: Averyacupuncture.com Edward L. Ballengee, DDS 218 N. Vanderhurst Ave.

Green Dream Organix 820 N. Deleware St. Apt. 304 San Mateo, CA 94401 P: 415-716-9214 Email: Gabetrujillo141@ gmail.com Facebook: Green Dream Delivery Hospice Giving Foundation 80 Garden Ct. Ste. 201, Monterey, CA 93940 P: 831-333-9023 Email: info@hospicegiving. org Facebook: hospicegiving Website: www.hospicegiving.org Illuminate Imaging Clinical Thermography 39467 Metz Rd. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-595-7766 F: 831-386-1018 Email: illuminateimaging@ gmail,com Website: illuminateimaging.com Pinnacle Healthcare 1180 Broadway St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-757-4444 F: 831-757-4419 Email: Lori.thompson@ pinnacleweb.com Facebook: PinnacleHC Website: pinnacleweb. com

Robert C. Mackin, O.D. 406 Canal St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-6400 F: 831-385-1015 Email: robertcmackinod@ gmail.com

HUMAN SERVICES Interagency Autism Consortium 2 El Camino Real Greenfield, CA 93927 P: 831-998-0399 Website: Screeningproject.org

INCOME TAX SERVICES H & R Block 1301 Broadway Cir. Ste. B-1 King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-1668 F: 831-385-1669 Email: rosa.smith@hrblock. com

INDEPENDENT CONSULTANTS Mary Kay Consultant Ana Maria Morales 31 Elm Dr. Greenfield, CA 93927 P: 831-596-2769

INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS Becky Smith 648 Meyer King City, CA 93930 Email: lexandbecky@aol. com Daniel & Monique Todd 51460 Pine Canyon Rd. King City, CA 93930 P: 805-610-6395 Joanne Banuelos So. Co. Newspapers Columnist P: 831-385-6104

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Chamber Members Kathy Merritt 61847 Argyle Rd. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-4634 F: 831-385-6499 Lex Smith 648 Meyer King City, CA 93930

El Taquero 815 Broadway St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-578-0599 Flora’s Farm 44765 Reliz Cyn Rd. Greenfield, CA 93927 P: 831-674-2849

Michael LeBarre 426 S. Vanderhurst Ave. King City, CA 93930 Email: svbiker@sbcglobal. net

Stackhouse Bros. Harvesting 13501 Cogswell Rd. Hickman, CA 95323 P: 209-883-2663

Paulette Bumbalough 216 Grove Pl. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-214-0742 Email: paulette.bumbalough@gmail.com

MOBILE HOME PARK

Roberta R. Oswald 20 Loanak Rt Box 20 King City, CA 93930 Sharon Pursley PO Box 775 King City, CA 93930 P: 831-262-8282

INTERNET PROVIDER So. Mo. Co Wireless P.O. Box 1090 King City, CA 93930 P: 855-766-6269 Email: joseph.girard@ somocowireless.com Facebook: Somocowireless Website: somocowireless. com

MARKET VENDOR Cacahuate El Charro 100 & 200 Block of Broadway St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-240-5621 Champion Corn 100 & 200 Block Broadway St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-794-2981

Barsotti Properties LLC Queen Mobile Home Park 11420 A Commercial PKWY Castroville, CA 93930 P: 831-633-3371 F: 831-633-3389

MOTELS Day’s Inn King City 1130 Broadway St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-5921 F: 831-385-6508 Keefer’s Inn 615 Canal St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-4843 F: 831-385-1254 Email: keefersinn@hotmail. com Website: www.keefersinn. com Motel 6 King City 3 Broadway Cir. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-5000 F: 831-385-0943 Website: motel6.com Super 8 4 Broadway St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-4646 F: 831-385-6024

MOVIE THEATRE King City Cinemas 121 N. Vanderhurst Ave. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-9100 Email: ckdavisus@yahoo. com

MUSEUM Monterey County Agriculture Rural Life Museum P.O. Box 644 1160 Broadway St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-8020 Email: Info@Mcarlm.org Facebook: Facebook. com/mcarlm Website: www.mcarlm@. org

OTHER Hovis Hypnosis 180 E. San Antonio Dr. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-596-5852 Email: sshovis@sbcglobal. net

PARTY PLANNING SHOP Dmajestic Party Planning Shop 314 Broadway St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-594-2506 Email: dmingue555@aol. com

PETROLEUM RETAIL Lynn’s Too! 1137 Broadway St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-386-0562 F: 831-386-0566

PLACES OF WORSHIP

First Baptist Church 450 King Street King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-3819 Email: firstbaptistkingcity@ yahoo.com Website: firstbaptistkingcity.com Grace Lutheran Church 205 Canal St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-5563 Email: pastor_ed@ gracelc.com Mission San Antonio De Padua 1 Mission Rd. Jolon, CA 93928 P: 831-385-4478 F: 831-386-9332 Email: office@missionsanantonio.net Website: missionsanantonio.com St. John The Baptist Church 504 N. 3rd St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-3377 F: 831-385-3317

PRINTING Casey Printing Co. 398 E. San Antonio Dr. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-3222 F: 831-385-3226 Website: caseyprinting. com Scofield Graphics, LLC 415 Broadway Ste. B King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-1062 Email: scofieldgraphics@ att.net West Coast Specialties 46265 Pine Meadow Dr. King City, CA 93930 P: 619-208-6622 Email: max@west-

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Chamber Members coastspecialties.com Website: westcoastspecialties.com

PLUMBING Benson Plumbing & Supplies 630 Broadway St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-4308 F: 831-385-4308 Email: watermankc@att. net

PUBLISHING South County Newspapers P.O. Box 710 522 B Broadway St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-4880 F: 831-385-4799 Email: tbergeron@southcountynewspapers.com Facebook: King City Rustler Website: kingcityrustler. com

Buttgereit Pettitt & Davis Agency, Inc. 121 N. Vanderhurst Ave. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-4831 Email: janetb@bpdrealestate.com King City Town Square 121 N. Vanderhurst Ave. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-4831 F: 831-385-3950 Email: ckdavisus@yahoo. com Oak Shores Realty 1 Oak Shores Drive Bradley, CA 93426 P: 805-472-9030 F: 805-472-2907 Email: grace@oakshoresrealty.com Pettitt Lands Inc. 121 N. Vanderhurst Ave. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-4888 F: 831-385-3950 Email: tpettitt@redshift. com

PUMPING SERVICE

RECREATION

A&G Pumping P.O. Box 1915 268 E. San Antonio Dr. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-5803 F: 831-386-9459

California Rodeo Salinas 1034 N. Main St. Salinas, CA 93906 P.O. Box 1648 Salinas, CA 93902 P: 831-775-3100 F: 831-757-5134 Email: mlinquist@carodeo. com Website: www.carodeo. com

RADIO BROADCASTING KRKC Country & KC 102 1134 San Antonio Dr. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-5421 Facebook: KRKC News Email: matthew@krkc.com

REAL ESTATE, PROPERTY MANAGEMENT & APPRAISALS

Parks Dept. County Of Monterey PO Box 5249 Salinas, CA 93905 P: 831-755-4909 Email: mariscalm@ co.monterey.ca.us Sanchez & Pelser Management Group

L.L.C dba King City Golf Course 613 S. Vanderhurst Ave. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-4546 Email: yolandapelser@ kingcitygolfcourse.com Facebook: King City Golf Course Website: kingcitygolfcourse.com U.S. Pinnacle National Park 5000 Hwy 146 Paicines, CA 95043 P: 831-389-4486 F: 831-389-4489 Email: Alicia_ritner@nps. gov Facebook: pinnaclesnps Website: nps.gov

RECYCLING C&C Recycling 500 Jayne St. D King City, CA 93930 P: 831-970-3114

RESTURANTS California Gourmet Pizza 232 Broadway St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-4914 F: 831-385-4253 Carl’s Jr. 40 Winham St. Salinas, CA 93930 P: 831-796-0105 / 385-5138 F: 831-796-0107 China One Express 560 Canal St. Ste E King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-2888 F: 831-385-4100 El Huarache King 322 Broadway St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-5241 Email: sangreazuled19@ yahoo.com

Facebook: El Hurache King El Taquero 815 Broadway St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-578-0599 Lawrence’s Restaurant 611 Canal St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-386-0920 / 238-5299 McDonald’s/ RHC Management Co., LLC 1350 Broadway Cir. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-262-7694 F: 831-269-5856 Email: trenzi@mcn.org Pozzi’s Stampede 207 Broadway St King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-3425 Subway 1301 Broadway St. Ste. A9 King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-3608 Tacos La Potranca De Jalisco 201 Broadway St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-7500 F: 831-386-0551 Email: deazz0@aol.com The Cork & Plough 200 Broadway Ste. 34 King City, CA 93930 P: 831-386-9491 Email: thecorkandplough@gmail.com Facebook: The Cork & Plough Website: thecorkandplough.com Wildhorse Café 50630 Mesa Verde Rd. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-4312 F: 831-385-5234 Email: wildhorsecafe71@ yahoo.com

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Chamber Members Facebook: Wildhorse Website: www.mywildhorsecafe.com

RESTURANT SUPPLIES American Supply Company P.O. Box 2026 130 W. Market St. Salinas, CA 93901 P: 831-424-1928 F: 831-424-5251

ROOFING CONTRACTOR Field’s Roofing P.O. Box 843 Jolon, CA 93928 P: 831-385-0769

STORAGE Clark Trucking 101 Airport Dr King City, CA 93930 Email: wjclarktrucking@ yahoo.com First Street Storage 401 N. First St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-5404

TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS Dataflow Business Systems 540 Work St. Suite E Salinas, CA 93901 P: 831-776-1554 F: 831-417-1905 Website: Startdbs.com Mitchell Technologies 399 E. San Antonio Dr. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-613-1011 Website: mitchelltechnologies.us

THEATRE ARTS Monterey County Foundation P.O Box 2323 King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-1776 Email: mcdf1992@gmail. com Website: www.montereycountydancefoundation. com Monterey County Dance Theatre P.O Box 2323 King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-1776 Website: montereycountydancetheatre.com Spector Dance 3343 Paul Davis Dr. Marina, CA 93933 P: 831-384-1050 F: 831-384-1050 Email: spectordance@ earthlink.net Website: www.spectordance.org The Stage Hands P.O. Box 87 King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-6565

TRAVEL AGENCY Bengard Travel Agency 119 S. Third St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-5415 F: 831-385-6090 Email: susanbengardtvl@ aol.com

VEHICLE SERVICES Parts & Service Center 401 Broadway St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-5991 F: 831-385-6464

VETERINARIAN & ANIMAL SHELTER

King City Veterinary Hospital 890 South First St. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-4878 F: 831-385-1988 Email: kcuh@sbcglobal. net Facebook: King City Veterinary Hospital Website: Kcuet.com Redwings Horse Sanctuary 47240 Lockwood-Jolon Rd. Lockwood, CA 93932 P: 831-386-0135 F: 831-386-0138

WATER SERVICES

Pure Water Bottling Company 11265 Commercial PKWY Castroville, CA 95012 P: 831-633-9333 F: 831-633-5336 Email: jhnwhlr@yahoo. com Website: purewaterbottling.com

WINERIES & VINEYARDS Ing Estates 44737 Sun Valley Dr. King City, CA 93930 P: 408-242-0070 Email: dennisingca@ gmail.com Monterey Wine Company, LLC 1010 Industrial Way King City, CA 93930 P: 831-386-1100 F: 831-386-1104 San Bernabe A Delicato Family Vineyards, LLC 53001 Oasis Rd. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-386-5600 F: 831-385-0667 Email: bgarcia@delicato. com Website: Dfvwines.com

Scheid Vineyards 305 Hilltown Rd. Salinas, CA 93908 P: 831-455-9990 F: 831-455-9998

WHOLESALE PETROLEUM RETAIL Toro Petroleum Corporation 448 Metz Rd. King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-5884 F: 831-385-1336 Email: joanne@toropetroleum.com Wildhorse Propane P.O. Box 633 King City, CA 93930 P: 831-385-4827

The businesses above have made an important commitment to the community and a valuable investment in their future by joining the King City Chamber of Commerce & Agriculture.

Please show your appreciation to all our members by giving them your business! *If you would like to see your business listed here contact The King City Chamber of Commerce & Agriculture Office (831) 385-3814

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Thank you!

Sponsors

Premier Sponsors: 1st Capital Bank, Cal Orchard & Salinas Land Co., Calpine Co., Casey Printing, Chevron, City of King, Dataflow Business Systems, Fresh Farms Mesa Business Park Rava Ranches & South County Packing, Hayashi Wayland Accounting & Consulting, L.A. Hearne Co., McDonalds, Mee Memorial Hospital, Mitchell Technologies Rio Farms & Gill Ranches LLC, San Bernabe A Delicato Family Vineyard, & South County Newspapers.

South County Newspapers Yo u r H o m e t o w n N e w s King City Rustler • Greenfield News • Soledad Bee • Gonzales Tribune

Business Sponsors: A&G Pumping Big Valley Labor, LLC First Street Storage Gonzales Irrigation Systems, Inc. Hartnell College KRKC Country & KC 102 The Cork & Plough 2016 King City Chamber Directory • A Publication of South County Newspapers • 43


Pinnacles National Monument The Pinnacles, a geological marvel, offers hiking, camping to thousands. More than 23 million years ago, molten rock poured over the surface of the land, oozing through fissures as two plates comprising part of the earth’s surface ground against one another. Today remnants of that geological activity can be seen at Pinnacles National Monument, tucked in the Gabilan Mountains just east of the Salinas Valley, accessible by Highway 146. Travelers can get there from Soledad, Greenfield and King City. Huge rock formations, caves, wildflowers, nature trails and animal life greet visitors to the monument, which was created by President Theodore Roosevelt in 1908. Though the park has access from both its west and east sides, the two roads leading to it don’t meet within the monument, so from either direction, there’s one way in and one way out. Several trails wind their way through the park and give hikers a close-up view of the formations which have made the Pinnacles an increasingly popular destination. The huge rocks, many of them tumbled upon one another, are a fascinating study in geology and offer a marked contrast to the smooth hills which surround them. Trails dip into caves and wind past sheer cliffs, often dotted with rock climbers. Pathways take visitors through the park’s chaparral and offer glimpses of the many kinds of plant life which thrive there: live oaks, buckeye and sycamore trees, California poppies and other wildflowers, owl’s clover, manzanita, greasewood chamise, buck brush and holly leaf cherry. There’s also poison oak, so be careful. Animals that make their home in the park include black tailed deer, gray foxes, bobcats, rabbits, rodents, reptiles and bats. Bird watchers may see the California woodpecker. brown towhee, California quail, turkey vulture and other specimens. The Service has categorized the various trails into degrees of difficulty, ranging from easy to trenuous. Distances covered by the trails range form just over a mile to 7.6 miles. The monument is open all year. Both the west and east sides offer picnicking and rest-room facilities. The east side (accessible from King City via Bitterwater Road and Highway 25) is home to a more elaborate visitors center that exists on the west side. Generally speaking, Pinnacles National Monument is considered a day-use facility. The east-side visitors center is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Dayuse fee is $5 per vehicle (the pass is good for seven days). For more information about the park, call (831) 3894485, or write to Superintendent, Pinnacles National Monument, Paicines, CA 95043.

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Health & Wellness On behalf of the King City Chamber of Commerce, we welcome you to the Chamber Health & Wellness Guide. Within its pages, you’ll learn about many of the outstanding medical providers that our area has to offer, as well as information about the various services they provide. Whether you’re looking for a family physician to treat each member of your household, a specialist or a hospital to diagnose or treat a particular health concern, or help for a loved one to maintain a healthy standard of living, you can find it in the Chamber Health & Wellness Guide. King City has a broad selection of locally available medical services that are easily accessible, situated right here within our town, with clinics such as Clinica de Salud which specializes in Community Health, Healthcare for the Homeless, and Migrant Healthcare. Pinnacles Healthcare offers Urgent Care, Occupational Medicine, Family Practice, Multispecialty Care, Employee Health and Physical Therapy. Our local health care professionals can meet virtually any need, even highly specialized services such as a cardiology department, in-patient dialysis and mental health services. King City is fortunate to have an excellent health care system, a continually expanding and improving hospital staffed with outstanding physicians, and support by a dedicated emergency medical service staff. Young and old alike will find a commitment to quality and a level of caring unmatched in Southern Monterey County. Never losing sight of its mission to deliver primary health care and access to comprehensive health services in a professional and caring environment to its community, the Mee Memorial Hospital and Clincs offers King City a full spectrum of care; offering specialized programs including:

• Family-Centered Maternity and Pediatric Care • Modern Outpatient Surgery and Diagnostic Center • Emergency Medical Services Staffed 24 Hours • Cardiac Care • Physical Therapy • Dialysis and Nephrology • Diabetes Prevention • Laboratory Medicine • Skilled Nursing Senior Options include non-profit Skilled Nursing Unit serving the needs of senior adults with caring nurses and staff that are fully committed to each and every patient. Around the clock nurses and their aides monitor each resident. In addition, Mee Memorial Skilled Nursing provides in-house Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Speech Therapy. Also provided is a comprehensive Wound Care program, as well as Pain Management, Restorative Nursing Care and other services. Monterey County Health Department and Monterey County Department of Social Services provide numerous programs from health related to training and temporary aid for limited income families.

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2016 MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION

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Chamber award winners announced

BY SAMANTHA BENGTSON The Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture Citizen of the Year, Friend of the Community and Business of the Year have been determined and each were presented with their flowers and balloons on Nov. 16. Early on Nov. 16, the Chamber board members came together to discuss the public’s nominations and determine winners. This year’s Citizen of the Year is Danny Conatser. Friend of the Community is Sharlene Hughes. Business of the Year is Rio Farms. Several Chamber Board members walked down to Hughes’ office on Monday morning and gave her balloons and flowers while congratulating her as the Friend of the Community. Hughes has served on the Recreation Commission and aided in the Wine Down Wednes-

day events that helped fundraise for the King City Pools. Conatser was next on the celebratory track and the Chamber met up with him at Conatser Welding. Conatser was shocked at the recognition but took a few pictures with the Chamber members. Conatser served on the volunteer fire department for several years and was even the fire chief at one point but has relinquished that honor to George Young. The final stop was Rio Farms. All of the Chamber Award winners will be recognized on Feb. 20 at the Salinas Valley Fairgrounds. This year’s Chamber nominees will be saved for consideration next year.

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Wineries & Vineyards

About San Bernabe Vineyard

Owned by the Indelicato family for more than 25 years, San Bernabe Vineyard is a Certified California Sustainable Winegrowing property by the California Sustainable Winegrowing Alliance – one of the first vineyards in California to carry this honor for stewardship of the land. It is located in King City towards the southern end of the Salinas Valley in the “sweet spot” of the Monterey growing region, with 22 distinct microclimates, well-drained soils, advanced viticulture practices and more than 20 grape varieties under cultivation. San Bernabe Vineyard borders the Salinas River to the east and ascends 1,400 feet up into the Santa Lucia foothills to the west. Vines are planted between 350 and 650 feet in elevation, with beautifully preserved open spaces in the higher hills for wildlife refuge. Approximately 3,045 acres are currently planted under vine and divided into many individual vineyard blocks. Each block has a distinct farming program that ensures its unique set of characteristics are captured and optimized.

Monterey County Wine Company

ABOUT POPPY Poppy, located in Monterey Wine Country, was founded by the Silva Family who have spent over 45 years diligently tending to the land of the beautiful Salinas Valley. In 2003, the Silva family decided to channel their passions into a carefully crafted family wine–Poppy. Founded on the principles of developing consistently elegant and approachable wines, a glass of Poppy is the quintessential California wine experience. By controlling grapes sourcing and operating a state-of-the-art facil-

ity, Poppy combines age-old winemaking traditions with new world techniques that make the California wine industry one of the best. When deciding on a name, the Silva’s wanted something that spoke to the great state of California where their family had settled so many years ago. One day, while looking at wild poppies growing amongst the vines, the name was born. Celebrating the state of California and its golden blooming flowers, Poppy is a proud symbol for our great state and this great wine.

Schied Vineyards OUR STORY Al Scheid first purchased property in Monterey County in early 1972. Monterey wine grape growing was in its infancy and Al was drawn to the region for its untapped potential. Back then, Scheid Vineyards was called Monterey Farming Corporation and it was originally structured as a limited partnership. If you are over 50, you may remember that the tax laws at that time allowed investors to offset losses against regular income. Al, a graduate of Harvard Business School and an investment banker and entrepreneur, was running his own investment company and became intrigued with the idea of vineyards as a tax shelter vehicle – heavy investment on the front end and no income until at least five years into the project. After determining that it was a sound plan and Monterey County was an ideal region, Al scouted for vineyard ground, formed the Vineyard Investors 1972 limited partnership, and found a customer for 100% of the grape production before even one acre was planted. This was soon followed by the Vineyard 405 limited partnership and Al Scheid’s career in wine growing had begun.

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