Published in the March 14 – 27, 2018 issue of Morgan Hill Life


Main story-  Dr. Seuss was in the house at local elementary schools

Nonprofit Profile-  AAUW’s Wildflower Run raises money for scholarships

Guest column by Kathleen Rose-  Gavilan needs money to prepare students for successful future

Editorial-  Henry W. Coe State Park to celebrate 60 years this year

Around Town . . . with Robert Airoldi-  Chocolate & Wine raises funds to support teachers with needed supplies

Music in the Air . . . with Mark ‘Fenny’ Fenichel-  There’s more music in Morgan Hill (and Gilroy) in the month of March

Take a Hike . . . with Mike Monroe-  Get exercise hiking ridgeline while learning about an environmental hero

Chamber by Brittney Sherman-  Travel programs are gaining momentum

Chamber of Commerce Photo Op – Celebrate 2018

Community Voices by Jill Asher-  Morgan Hill is ready to welcome Magical Bridge Playground, still needs final $1 million

Entertainment-  Two local filmmakers will speak at this year’s Poppy Jasper Film Festival

Dining profile-  Out of the ashes-  The Longhouse Restaurant rises again

Sidebar-  For nearly 25 years, two Longhouse servers are still bringing food to tables

Teen musical is based on the 1967 movie starring Julie Andrews

Your Estate . . . with James Ward – When it comes to your legal documents, determine who you trust?

Life in San Martin. . . with Trina Hineser – Each of us can create the ‘ripple effect’ to help our community

Transforming Your Life . . . with Diana Wood – Morgan Hill City Manager Christina Turner one of many dynamic leaders

Your Garden . . . with Kate Russell – Get ready, it’s about that time to start planting your spring seedlings

News Briefs – Open Space Authority preserves redwood property donated by McPhee family

COMMUNITY CALENDAR-  Published in the March 14 – 27, 2018 issue of Morgan Hill Life