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There is a free electronic waste recycling event happening in Turlock. The United States Kids Chamber of Commerce is inviting residents to this event to turn in old cell phones, computers, or other forms of electronics that aren’t being used anymore.
United States Representative - District 10 Jeff Denham reminded followers of the sacrifices that troops made in World War 2 on D-Day. Today marks the 72 year anniversary of the day that changed the course war. 
Turlock agriculture students will be able to further their interests in agriculture with California State University, Stanislaus’ summer Leadership Experiences in Agricultural Development and Sciences program. With this program, students will have a new resource on hand to explore career opportunities in agriculture.
With Mayor Gary Soiseth’s a Million Acts of Kindness, the small stuff is no longer going unnoticed, both the small stuff and the smallest Turlockers are getting their time in the sun before the city council. 
Water polo, Dual Immersion, and other unique programs are among the reasons the Turlock Unified School District has garnered a population of over 13,000 students. For those wanting to be part of the TUSD, enrollment dates for new Transitional Kindergarten through sixth grade are quickly approaching.
With the summer bringing in many events and activities into Turlock, parents will likely be looking for babysitters as they head to favorite stops in Turlock like the Stanislaus County Fair in July! 
Good deeds might not go unnoticed for much longer. As part of partnership with 7-Eleven, Inc., Turlock Police Department will be rewarding the good deeds of Turlock kids with free Slurpee® drink coupons.