Nick Sciabica & Sons of Modesto received the Outstanding Business Success Award from the University of California at Merced's Small Business Development Center Regional Network.
Sciabica and six other Central California businesses were honored during the third annual small-business recognition program.
For more than 75 years, the Sciabicas have produced extra-virgin olive oils in the valley. They will hold their first case sale event Aug. 24 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at their tasting room at 2150 Yosemite Blvd. in Modesto.
Among the six other businesses recognized was Nx Stage Security of Oakdale.
The Modesto Rotary Club Foundation gave $21,050 to The Salvation Army for the purchase of bunk beds for the emergency shelter.
The donation will buy 31 bunk-bed sets and 62 mattresses to replace Korean War-vintage beds used since the shelter opened. Those beds came from the old Fort Ord.
Laura Weaver has been promoted to assistant vice president and branch manager of Oak Valley Community Bank's Escalon branch. She has 12 years of banking experience in the Central Valley, including six in customer service management roles at Oak Valley's Modesto and Oakdale locations. Weaver lives in Modesto with her husband, Jared, and three daughters.
Brett Jolley of the Herum-Crabtree law firm has been named a "Rising Star" by Thompson Reuters-San Francisco Magazine's Super Lawyers publication for the fourth consecutive year. The list recognizes Northern California's top attorneys under 40 years old. He is a 2000 graduate of McGeorge School of Law.
The Stanislaus County Board of Supervisors appointed Katie Wells to the Free Library Advisory Board.
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