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(10:25) Aptos - The Walk to End Alzheimer’s will be held next month in Aptos.  This fundraiser is the world’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support and research.   The walk will be at 10:00 a.m. on September 23, at Seascape Park, in Aptos.    To register, volunteer or to get information, visit: act.alz.org or call 408-372-9948.
(10:10) Boulder Creek - Made in the Mountains, a local arts and crafts event, will take this Saturday.   The event is sponsored by the Boulder Creek Business Association, which offers a $100 prize to a shopper who spends $50 during the event.  The event will take place from 3:00 to 6 p.m. on Saturday on Highway 9 in downtown Boulder Creek.    For more Information visit: facebook.com/BCBusinessAssociation/
(10:00) Open Farm Tours is hosting its annual fall fundraising dinner next month in Watsonville.  The dinner features Cuban-inspired cuisine, Salsa dancing and speakers.   The fundraiser will be from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. on September 17, at Whiskey Hill Farms, 371 Calabasas Road.    For more information visit: openfarmtours.com.
(07:50) Santa Cruz County - Dignity Health Dominican Hospital announced the first phase of the $4.3 million Healing Courtyard project has been completed.    Phase one includes: The Norman and Maureen Benito Courtyard, The Monterey Peninsula Foundation Rehabilitation Garden, the central surgery lounge, and a consult room.   The goal is to reduce stress and promote healing for patients, their loved ones and hospital staff.   Phase two is expected to begin in spring, and will include a Family and Newborn Care Courtyard and a Meditation Garden.

(07:15) Santa Cruz County - Motorcycle officers from Santa Cruz CHP, Scotts Valley PD, Watsonville PD and Capitola PD combined forces with the Santa Cruz Police Department in a citywide traffic enforcement initiative yesterday.   The BADGES (Before Aggressive Driving Gets Everyone Stopped) operation addresses road traffic offenses, enforcement and education.   There were 90 Citations issued, 24 Warnings, 4 Towed Vehicles, 1 Vehicle versus fire hydrant crash, and 1 Arrest for possession of drugs and driving on a suspended license. 

UC Santa Cruz has announced it has chosen new head coaches for 3 positions that opened last June. Former Cross Country and Track And Field coaches were unexpectedly released from their contracts before they were set to expire. The University stated they wanted to go in a different direction,  and now they have promoted their Assistant Coaches  into  the  Head  Coaching  positions  instead: David Klech for Cross Country and Track And FieldLauren Nadler for Women’s Soccer; and  Matt Nauman for Swim And Diving Teams.  Track and soccer will start next week,  while swim will start  in  early September. 

A thousand animals were found at an illegal boarding facility in Soledad.     The Spca and the Monterey County Building And Planning Department inspected the building on Metz Road August 9th .      The SPCA took the animals that were in the most severe conditions to a veterinarian for medical treatment.    The Monterey County Building And Planning Department has ordered the owner to shut his facility down.     The SPCA is contacting the owners of the animals.

Some  Salinas  High  School  students  are  traveling  to  the  “path   of  totality”  with  their  teacher.    The  astronomy  students  are  going  with  Philip  Deutschle  to Oregon,   to  witness  next  Monday’s  total  eclipse  of  the  sun. 

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