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Enjoy Magazine

April 2013

04/01/2013 03:09PM ● By Enjoy Magazine
Spring puts a song in our hearts, and in this issue, we’re honoring some of the creative geniuses who bring beautiful music to our ears.

Our community bids a fond farewell to longtime Enterprise High School music teachers Dan Neece and Deborah Divine, who are retiring after taking their program to soaring heights. Then there’s Daniel Muñoz, who used to sit in Red Bluff’s State Theatre and dream of a career as a musician. Today he’s renowned in the world of Spanish-language music.

Those who wish to check their first springtime Sunday drive off the to-do list might consider venturing to Mount Shasta City Park to fill up their water bottles at the Sacramento River headwaters. It’s simply magical to see our mighty river’s humble beginnings. Or wind your way down to the iconic Shubert’s Ice Cream in Chico, which celebrates its 75th anniversary in May.

Nature lovers can revel in what some folks swear is the best way to enjoy the North State’s great outdoors — grab your fishing pole and head to the riverbank. Bob Grace of Ted Fay’s Fly Shop provides a convincing argument for putting that “Gone Fishing” sign on your office door.

We’ll also tell you about the Shalom Free Clinic in Chico, which cares for people on a budget that comes entirely from donations and fundraisers.

Looking for a fresh new look? Our beauty expert shares tips for refreshing your makeup bag (hint: if you can’t remember when you bought that eye shadow, toss it!).

Spring has sprung... let’s get out and enjoy!