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Library program filling minds & stomachs

A local volunteer serves a child during a recent “Lunch at the Library” program. (RUTH BOYER / Courtesy)

By DAVID SCHOLZ Martinez Tribune MARTINEZ, Calif. – The Martinez Library’s Lunch at the Library program continues next week with Mayor Rob Schroder and Police Chief Manjit Sappal scheduled to serve as special guest readers. The local lunch program is designed to combat hunger and fill the summer nutrition gap ...

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School board trustees recognized

Bobbi Horack, Denise Elsken and Kathi McLaughlin were recently recognized for their outstanding service as trustees for the Martinez Unified School District. Their recognition comes from the Contra Costa County School Boards Association. John Marquez and John T. Nejedly Jr. were also recognized by the association for their service on ...

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Rotary Report: Martinez Unified visits

From left: Rotary President Tom Abercrombie welcomes Martinez Unified School District administrators, including Superintendent Rami Muth, Director of Education Services Audrey Lee, Assistant Superintendent CJ Cammack, and Alhambra High School Principal Tom Doppe. (NANCY HOBERT / Courtesy)

By NANCY HOBERT Special to the Tribune Administrators from the Martinez Unified School District attended a recent meeting of the Martinez Rotary Club. Their presentation was “Alhambra High School of Today and the Future.” Superintendent Rami Muth made several introductory comments and then turned the meeting over to Audrey Lee, ...

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Eight vie for Martinez Unified School District seat

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By DAVID SCHOLZ Martinez Tribune MARTINEZ, Calif. – Eight district residents have stepped up to be considered to fill the approaching vacancy on the Martinez Unified School District Board. The group includes a mix of educators, a program analyst and laboratory technician, a labor activist, and a retiree who previously ...

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MUSD eyes declining reserves

By DONNA BETH WEILENMAN Martinez Tribune MARTINEZ, Calif. – While the Martinez Unified School District is fiscally sound at this time, it’s having to dip into reserves to cover some of its expenses, the district Board of Education learned at its Monday, Dec. 14, meeting. The district’s chief business officer, ...

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