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First, there are the reasons most of us are aware of: saving money on gas and keeping tax dollars here. At gas prices upwards of $4/gallon, I know we can all appreciate savings on fuel. Running your errands and shopping around town is much easier on your gas tank than driving to Sacramento or San Francisco for a shopping trip. Regarding tax dollars- as we all know, now it is more important than ever to keep our tax dollars here in San Joaquin County.

FA X 209.940.2741 EMAIL Chronicle@LincolnCenterShops.com ONLINE www.LincolnCenterShops.com Editor, Janelle Nelson Graphic Designer, Mari Tripp Contributing Writers, Danielle Hovatter Kelsey Roget Contributing Photographer, Nick Maragliano Deadline to submit newsworthy information from non-profit and charitable organizations is the 5th of each month for the following month’s issue. Submitting information does not guarantee it will be featured in print. To submit by email, please send to Chronicle@LincolnCenterShops.com. The Lincoln Center Chronicle is published monthly by Lincoln Properties, Ltd. and the Lincoln Center Merchants Assocation, and is distributed free of charge to over 57,000 homes in Stockton, Galt, Linden, Lockeford, Lodi and Woodbridge. Lincoln Properties, Ltd. and the Lincoln Center Merchants Association do not assume responsibility for the authenticity or accuracy of news materials furnished for publication.

But it’s not just about the money (although it’s important!!). Supporting the community you live in means so much more. It’s about doing business with people you know. It’s about being out and about where you live. When you’re shopping in your neighborhood grocery store, you’re seeing people you know and are connecting with them. You’re helping to keep Stockton, Lodi or whatever city you live in, a place where people have real relationships with one another. When you shop local, you’re helping to provide jobs for our citizens. In Lincoln Center alone, more than 800 people are employed throughout our 100 stores…and that’s just one of our county’s many shopping centers! This issue is so important to me because my life is so affected by local business. Without our Center’s hard-working merchants, I wouldn’t have this job that I love. And I know many of you out there reading this feel the same way. Like most of you, I understand the convenience of online shopping and the fun of making a day trip to the City. But my motto is SHOP LOCAL FIRST. And I challenge you to make that your motto as well….to make an effort to BE LOCAL. If everybody reading this did, it would make a huge difference.

Janelle Nelson Lincoln Center Marketing Manager

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INCOMING CHAMBER PRESIDENT Congratulations to Gary Long of Gary J. Long Jewelers on his new position as the Greater Stockton Chamber of Commerce Board President. He has operated his business in Lincoln Center for nearly 30 years and comes to the Chamber with the goal of getting business thriving in Stockton again. With Gary’s strong determination and experience, we know Photo by Arturo Vera he’ll do a wonderful job representing business interests in our city. Congratulations and thank you to Gary! B A C K PA C K R E PA I R Not ready to give up your favorite backpack? Have Cavagnaro’s Shoe Repair fix it right up! They repair zippers, straps and rips in no time!

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Merchant News F L E E T F E E T RU N & B LO O D D R I V E Join our friends at the Delta Blood Bank for the first ever RUN 4 BLOOD on Saturday, August 4th at Banner Island Ball Park. Whether you’re a competitive runner, a casual walker, or just love the idea of supporting a wonderful cause, participating in a Run for Blood allows you to show your support for your local blood center. If you can't participate in the run, then help us out by donating blood on Friday, August 3rd at Fleet Feet Stockton, 1:00 – 5:00 pm. If you donate blood, you’ll receive a $10 Loyalty Card good for any purchase, any time at Fleet Feet Stockton.

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NEW DESIGNS FROM A RT H U R C O U RT LINO BELLA is excited to be carrying Arthur Court! Arthur is known for his beautifully functional aluminum serveware. Today, Arthur's daughter, Charlene Court heads Arthur's designs. While you can still buy Arthur's classic grape design, you will also see some new designs with cleaner lines like the Perla recycled glass collection and the Antler collection. Come in and see the new designs....they will be beautiful on your table for years to come or make marvelous wedding gifts! W I N E TA S T I N G AT PA PA PAV L O ’ S Visit Papapavlo’s Bistro & Bar on the following dates from 6:00 – 9:00 pm for complimentary wine tasting and “two for one specials” by the glass and bottle. For reservations call (209) 4776133. August 6th: Scheid August 13th: Chalk Hill August 20th: Clos Du Val August 27th: Ghost Block FA S H I O N F U N Draper’s & Damon’s will be hosting the following events:

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August 9th: “Wear Now” Fashion Show and Luncheon Call (209) 952-1597 to reserve your seat. August 10th – 19th: Flirt With Shirts Event Save up to $40 on entire selection of shirts. August 17th: Wheel of Fashion Spin to win discounts and prizes! The wheel runs all day and continues until 9:00 pm for the LIVE! At Lincoln Center event. August 20th – 26th: Bottoms Up! Save $15 on all pants, skirts and capris. August 27th – September 3rd: Buy-Bye Summer Sale Save up to 70% when you take an extra 25%-40% off all sale items.

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RSVP HAGGIN MUSEUM The 57th Stockton Art League Juried Exhibition at The Haggin Museum is on display through September 2nd with more than 100 new works on display and for sale. Entries include oil paintings, watercolors, pastels, sculpture and mixed media. For more information call (209) 940-6300 or visit www.hagginmuseum.org. RU N F O R B LO O D On August 4th at 8:00 am, the Delta Blood Bank will host the Run for Blood to benefit Dameron Hospital Foundation. The 5k run and walk will begin at the Stockton Ballpark. For more information call (209) 943-3830 ext. 312 or visit www.runforblood.com. S TO C K TO N - CO N Stockton-Con will take place August 5th at the Spanos Center on the University of the Pacific campus. The purpose of the event is to recognize outstanding artists in the San Joaquin Valley area and give attendees the chance to experience Popular Culture. Proceeds from the event will benefit the St. Mary’s Dining Room. For more information visit http://stocktoncon.com. S T U C K I N L O D I C A R S H OW The 7th Annual Stuck in Lodi Car Show presented by the American Steel Car Club will be held August 4th in downtown Lodi, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm. The event will feature up to 220 cars! Registration begins at 8:00 am the day of the event. For more information call (209) 931-4650.

H U T C H I N S S T R E E T S Q UA R E Hutchins Street Square will host the first Friday Art Hop on August 3rd, 6:00 - 8:30 pm. Enjoy appetizers, wine tasting and art by Rich Allen. On August 10th, The Nick Elwood Band will perform at 7:00 pm for the Outdoor Concert Series and tickets are $10. On August 24th, Snap Jackson and the Knock on Wood Players will perform in the Outdoor Concert Series. Tickets are $18 for adults, and $8 for children under 12. For more information and tickets call (209) 333-5550 or visit www.hutchinsstreetsquare.com. A N I M A L F R I E N D S F I E S TA Animal Friends Connection Humane Society’s 10th Annual Fiesta Dinner will be held Saturday, August 18th, 5:00 – 9:00 pm. Enjoy delicious Mexican food and a no-host bar in a beautiful country garden setting. Have a ball with music, dance contests, raffles and a silent auction. Tickets are $35 each and can be purchased by August 16th at the Animal Friends Connection office in Lodi. For more information call (209) 365-0535 or visit www. animalfriendsconnect.org. P I C N I C I TA L I A N O The Pacific Italian Alliance and the Liguri Nel Mondo are hosting “Picnic Italiano!” at the Italian Athletic Club in Stockton. The picnic will be held on August 19th, 1:00 - 5:00 pm. The cost is $15 for adults in advance and $20 at the door. Tickets can be purchased by calling (209) 983-4375 or online at www.pacificitalianalliance. com.

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RSVP S TO C K TO N B E E R W E E K The first Stockton Beer Week will be held August 23rd - 26th. The event will promote the craft beer industry in local bars and restaurants. For more information and to see who is participating, visit www.stocktonbeerweek.com.

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A S T R O N O M Y I N T H E PA R K The Oak Grove Nature Center presents “Astronomy in the Park” on Saturday, August 25th, 7:30 – 10:30 pm, co-hosted by the Stockton Astronomical Society. Games and crafts will be inside the Nature Center until 9:00 pm. Activities are free and open to people of all ages. For more information call (209) 953-8814. KINGDON DRAGS “The Return to Kingdon” is the 7th annual drag race event held on DeVries Road in Lodi, September 7th – 9th. The event draws 8,000 - 10,000 people and is three full days of fun! The proceeds from the event benefit “The Welcome Home Hero’s” and the “Retired Sheriff’s Air Patrol”. For more information please call (209) 992-0171. S I P P I N ’ & P I C K I N ’ I N T H E PA R K The San Joaquin Historical Museum will host Sippin’ & Pickin’ in the Park on September 8th. The event will be held at the museum, and the $30 ticket includes wine tasting, live music, light appetizers and craft booths. For more information call (209) 331-2055 or visit www.sanjoaquinhistory.org. 1 2 T H A N N UA L K I D S C L A S S I C The 12th Annual Mary Graham Children’s Foundation Kids Classic Golf Tournament will be held on September 10th at Stockton Golf and Country Club. For more information or team reservations call (209) 478-7635 or visit mgffoundation@clearwire.net. F A M I LY D AY AT T H E PA R K The 15th annual The Record’s Literacy & Book Fair Family Day at the Park will be held September 15th at University Park in Stockton. The day begins with a mascot parade at 9:30 am and continues with fun activities for the whole family until 3:30 pm. For more information call (209) 957-7277 or visit www. familydayatthepark.com.

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RSVP F E S TA I N T E R N A Z A I O N A L E The annual “Festa Internazionale” is guaranteed to be one of the area’s most exciting and elegant events this year. There will be food, drinks and wine tasting from San Joaquin’s finest caters, restaurants and world-renowned beverage and wine vintners all accompanied with entertainment. The event will take place at the Stockton Hilton on September 28th. Tickets are $45 per person. For more information call (209) 644-5313 or visit www.nochildabuse.org. B O X L U N C H D AY S The 8th Annual Box Lunch Days will take place on September 26th and 27th to benefit United Cerebral Palsy. Enjoy a delicious lunch and provide a “life without limits for people with disabilities”. For ordering information and forms call (209) 956-0290 or visit www. ucpsj.org. LODI HIGH CL ASS OF 1967 The 45th Reunion for Lodi High School will take place on October 13th at “the Barn”, 1:00 - 6:00 pm. For more information and to RSVP, email Arden Goehring at 726arden@gmail.com.

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On the left, Kindra Nunez of Zuesters is pictured with her daughter Izabella (Bella), and her niece Addyson (Addy) Pijl. Addy is the daughter of Adam of Payters Grill and Amy Pijl. To the right, Lisa Azevedo of State Farm Insurance- George Azevedoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Agency, holds her son Brendan Roby. Bella, age eight, loves to dance, play softball and basketball, play with her cousins and swim. In fact, she just won multiple gold and silver medals last month at the City Swim Meet! Addy, age four, loves to swim, dance, sing and smile for the camera! Brendan, age two-and-a-half, is interested in pirates, rocket ships and his girlfriend Daisy Duck!

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C L A S S I C C A R S H OW F R I D AY, A U G U S T 1 7 T H 6:00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 9:00 PM Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s time for our third and last LIVE! of the season - the much anticipated Classic Car Show on Friday, August 17th, 6:00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 9:00 pm. Join us for top notch performances by local bands including RBX on the main stage. Come out to see 200 classic cars and brand new cars on display from our sponsors Berberian European Motors, Big Valley Ford Lincoln and Mataga of Stockton. Proceeds from the event benefit the Lincoln High Alumni Association. To register your classic car for the show, visit State Farm Insurance at Lincoln Center North.

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A N E XC LU S I V E EV E N I N G O F H E A LT H & F A S H I O N T H U R S D AY, S E P T E M B E R 2 7 T H Join us Thursday, September 27th, 5:00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 8:00 pm for a ladies night out! Lincoln Center has partnered with St. Josephâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Medical Center for this evening, which is the kick off for â&#x20AC;&#x153;Lincoln Center Goes Pinkâ&#x20AC;? in support of breast cancer awareness. The ticket price ($20 in advance, $25 at the door) includes delicious hors dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;oeuvres and buffet dinner from Papapavloâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, wine tasting, a health forum and expo, fashion show and exclusive shopping hours with special discounts this night only! Tickets will be for sale starting August 15th at Lino Bella, Gary J. Long Jewelers, Zuesters, St. Josephâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Medical Center-Foundation office, plus online at www. StJosephsCares.org/Caring for Me. This is one night you wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t want to miss! For more information call (209) 467-6348.

Feel like eating outdoors? Podestoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s will be BBQing their famous tri-tip sandwiches and Alpine hot dogs, and Payters Grill will be outside selling snow cones, corn dogs and French fries. At Flair Boutique, hot August nights call for cool refreshments and discounts! Stop in and sip while you draw from our discount tree with any purchase. Just across the way, Theadora will be having a Veronica M. & Scrapbook trunk show. Dance performances will take place in the Atrium in front of Stage Two, featuring a variety of dance styles and local performers of all ages. On the south side, be sure to stop by Gamers. Anyone who â&#x20AC;&#x153;likesâ&#x20AC;? their Facebook page will have a chance to win a prize at the event. Theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve got thousands of dollars in prizes and will be giving one away every half hour! Theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll also be holding their Annual Tournament.

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ith a passion for literacy and reading in the home, Angela Scannavino Karp, owner of Sassy Pants Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Boutique came up with the idea to host Story Time in her store. Children and their parents have a blast listening to stories and enjoying snacks. Angela finds wonderful readers for her books, including teachers and her Aunt, a retired reading specialist. Story Time at Sassy Pants is always exciting! Each time there is a themeâ&#x20AC;Śfor Easter, Sassy Pants hosted an Easter egg hunt, and in June, Batman and Supergirl made an appearance for superhero training! In December, Angela even had Santaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s elves read to the kids. Children of all ages are welcome to attend. This summer, Story Time was held weekly on Wednesday mornings. You can catch the last Summer Story Time, which is a Back to School Party, on Wednesday, August 1st at 10:30 am. This fall and winter, Story Time will be held once per month. The next one will be Saturday, September 22nd at 11:00 am. For a complete schedule, visit their brand-new website: www.shopsassypants.com.

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Style Watch School Uniforms

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chool is just around the corner, which means the time for school uniform shopping is here! And you’re in luck because Zuesters is stocked with a variety of sizes and styles. Whether your kids attend St. Mary’s, Presentation or any other local school, the knowledgeable staff at Zuesters can help you find just what you’re looking for. Zuesters carries uniforms for students kindergarten through high school in a variety of styles and colors. They carry short- and longsleeve polo shirts, blouses, shorts, pants and sweaters. If the uniform item is not in stock, they’ll be happy to order it for you. They also make sure the clothing offered is approved by local schools. If your kids aren’t required to wear uniforms, Zuesters is still the perfect place to find back-to-school clothes. They offer a large selection of clothing for kids and teens in a vartiey of the brands they love, such as RVCA, Hurley, Billabong, and more! From shorts, jeans, t-shirts, and shoes… Zuesters is the one stop shop for back-to-school! Come into Zuesters and get your kids outfitted for the upcoming school year.

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incoln Center is the place to shop for all of the back to school essentials! Whether you’re in kindergarten, grade school, or high school we have the perfect accessories to finish your look. Belts, backpacks, headbands and hair bows all add a little pizzazz. Zuesters carries uniforms, apparel and everything from tights to backpacks! Along the Way features flashcards, educational workbooks, computer programs, puzzles and more. Sassy Pants Children’s Boutique offers lunch pails, water bottles and backpacks for your little one! Have a child that is getting ready for school or day care? Throughout Lincoln Center, our stores offer accessories to complete your child’s back-to-school wardrobe.

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A P PA R E L , A C C E S S O R I E S & F O O T W E A R Bliss Bridal Salon Cavagnaro’s Shoe Repair Chico’s Coppetti’s Boutique Dennis Shea Shoes Draper’s & Damon’s FINA Flair Boutique Fleet Feet Sports Great Spectacles Life Uniform Meyers Fashion Optical Sassy Pants Children’s Boutique Stage Two Theadora Zuesters

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DINING & FOOD 856 Restaurant & Lounge Artesian Natural Foods Bud’s Seafood Grille Cold Stone Creamery D.A.D.’s Hot Dogs* David’s New York Style Pizza DOMO Japanese Sushi Grill & Bar Dynasty Seafood Restaurant Jamba Juice New Yen Ching Noah’s Bagels Papapavlo’s Bistro & Bar Payters Grill Podesto’s Market, Deli & Bakery Sho Mi Japanese Cuisine Signature Crépes Starbucks Coffee Co. Stockton Joe’s Trader Joe’s Whirlow’s Tossed and Grilled Yogurt My Way

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F I T N E S S , H E A LT H & B E A U T Y Central Valley Dermatology Fitness 360 Jenny Craig* Kenneth Michael Salon* Kym With a Y Organic Spa Merle Norman Cosmetics Performance Bicycle Play It Again Sports Salon Genesi Signature Nails & Spa Therapeutic Massage Center* Velez for Hair Village Barber Shop* Village Nails VIP Salon & Supply

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