Click HERE to read stories published in the May 29 – June 11, 2019 issue of Gilroy Life

Main story: Christopher High grad crowned Miss Gilroy Garlic Festival Queen

Nonprofit profile: FFA is raising puppies to change vets’ lives

Guest column by Marty Cheek: If we lose our free press, we lose our freedoms —and we lose our nation

Editorial: Teach your children to be vigilant about fire safety

Around Town … with Robert Airoldi: Fresno wants to take away Gilroy’s Garlic Capital of the World title

A&E: South Valley Symphony set to kick off ‘wonderful season’ of music

Music in the Air … with Mark ‘Fenny’ Fenichel: Put on your cowboy boots and dance the day away to country music

Senior profile: Connected to the community, Al Pinheiro returns to his roots

A Slice of Life …with Andi Joseph: It’s never too late to learn to play a musical instrument – I hope

Your Garden … with Kate Russell: Warm, moist conditions means basil downy mildew can threaten Gilroy herbs

Animal friends: Jake’s Fest June 2 fundraiser benefits local canine rescue group

Your Insurance … with Michele Campbell: Learn about the small details that go into choosing Medicare plans

Calendar of Events: May 29 – June 11, 2019 issue of Morgan Hill Life

Celebrate Life  Pama Lee Thompson

Celebrate Life: Armando R. Duenas





Robert Airoldi