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If the 1980's was the decade of the "Great Communicator" then the 1990's spawned an entire generation of great communicators. With the advent of new technologies communication takes on a new look. There is less and less passive viewing of pre-packaged information and more interactive transmission of information that goes in multiple directions . . . a web flow that has no set pattern and seemingly no end.

Today we are looking back at the past and sharing with you this video in support of the Si & Mimi Lakritz Scholarship Fund. Now, more than ever, we need to find ways to get more students into college. Unfortunately, Hanford, CA ranks in the top five of least educated towns in America. The Lakritz Family Scholarship helps students get the money they need to achieve a college education.


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