Great Scavenger Hunt to benefit Optimist Club

Originally Published in The Reporter on August 31, 2017 By Jessica Rogness Vacaville will once again be challenged to race around town solving clues and finding items in October. Christina Baird’s Great Scavenger Hunt is from 9 a.m. to noon Oct. 14 at businesses and other locations around Vacaville. Proceeds …

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‘Cappy’s Loop’ would honor 3 boys killed by lightning in 1958

Originally published in the Daily Republic on September 8, 2017 By Ryan McCarthy. Dr. John Campbell was a 15-year-old working as a lifeguard in the summer of 1958 when three friends went up the hill that separates Vacaville from Lagoon Valley. The three boys – Joey Kennedy, Steve Jones and …

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How Far Will I Run Book Reviews

Purchase your copy today! “The memoir by Christina Baird is one of those books that grabs onto you. Once I started reading about some of her earliest unpleasant memories, I couldn’t stop reading – I wanted to know, how does somebody go from abuse and neglect at such an early …

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Speakers engage at ‘Women Mean Business’ event

Originally published in the Daily Republic on March 12, 2017 By Bill Hicks. Christina Baird of Little Wing Connections speaks during a “Women Mean Business” event at the Fairfield Civic Center Library, Saturday. The event is hosted by the Solano County Library and is the second of three events designed …

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