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Hey neighbor! Jeri Karges brings you the Thursday edition of the Concord Daily. Everything you need to know about what’s happening in town.

  • Ah Collision of three cars in Martinez There was one fatality on Wednesday.
  • Nominations and Environmentalists William Penn Mott Jr. Award
  • Check out the latest from Pioneer Event calendar Something to do this weekend!

But first of all, today’s weather.

Mostly cloudy. High: 56 Low: 45.

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Today’s Concord Top News:

  • In honor of Black History Month, Visit Concord has information about Thurgood Marshall Regional Park, home of Port Chicago 50.“On June 1, 2021, [the park] is officially named after the first African-American U.S. Supreme Court justice and the group of 50 black seafarers he advocated as a civil rights attorney for the NAACP. ”
  • STAND!’s Youth Against Violence program A public service announcement playing this month at your local Century Theater. The campaign is entitled “Abuse Is Unglamorous!” It is also designed to encourage teens to stop glorifying abuse through media such as music and television. (Stand up! For Violence-Free Families via Facebook)
  • Tired of hiding inside? Get out and enjoy the East Bay! Pioneer has a calendar of events to help you do that. Try Camellia his tee at Clayton, or watch Diablo Ballet’s rendition of Swan Lake.

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  • Zydeco Flames and openers Michael McNevin & The Spokes (Feb 3)
  • Open House – 2615 Star Tree Court, Martinez (Feb 4)
  • Crab Feeding Drive Thru at Holly Shepherd in Olinda (Feb 4)
  • Super Valentine’s Boutique – FREE this Sunday (Feb 5th) in Concord
  • Joaquín Moraga Adobe History – Lunches and Programs (Feb 11)
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You are now ready to join the loop and start this Thursday! See you early tomorrow morning with a new update.

Jeri Kages

About me: Jeri Karges has lived and loved the Sacramento area for over 30 years. Her passion is finding new and unique ways to enjoy the city and its surroundings. When it comes to her weekends, you can find her pestering her friends to sample at restaurants without silverware or try throwing her ax. Jeri also writes about her retirement plans on her https://rockinretirement.subst…

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