KKBN Hard Working Man 04.15.20

Gabe Severson

My dad is the best dad in the whole world.

He works every day, all day and goes home to tend to cattle and the ranch.

He’s up early and in bed late but always has a smile on his face!

He also helps coach for Tuolumne county youth sports like baseball and soccer.

He loves his three kids and his puppy very much. My dad is definitely THE hard working man:)

Haley    

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Jim’s Automotive on Shaws Flat – Family owned and operated since 1950 – call 532-3624

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KKBN Hard Working Man 04.08.20

Jack Hibdon

My dad has always been someone I look up to, no matter how many times we butt heads.

He has sacrificed so much to make sure my mom, brother, and I are taken care of. Including sleeping in his car for the past 13 years since we live up here and he works down in Salinas.

When he comes home, he gets some well-deserved rest and then helps with chores around the house such as helping me set up an enclosure for my farm animals, dishes, and cooking.  

We love you Dad and appreciate everything you do!

Ashley Hibdon  

Winners receive gifts from our sponsors:

Central Valley Fiberglass Pool Company – Step Out of the Stone Age – call 209-422-9829

Jim’s Automotive on Shaws Flat – Family owned and operated since 1950 – call 532-3624

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Nate’s Tree Service For all your Tree Service Needs – call 532-2460

KKBN Pet of the Week 04.07.20

Danny,

 

A beautiful horse raised and loved by Shannon Witcher from Calaveras County.

This is his bow.

He also gives a kiss on command.

Good with ranch work, but great with kids. Loved by everyone he meets

 

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KKBN Hard Working Man 04.01.20

I’d like to nominate my husband “Brett Anisko” for hard working man of the week.

This amazing, full and busy life we are building together can be so demanding, in so many ways. And each of us sacrifice so much to make it work but I see the weight he carries, too.

I see him work hard to understand what I need, whatever it may be, even if it is just an extra kiss, an embrace, or a special bottle of wine. I see him come home after a long days of work so tired but still finds the energy to play with our daughter, read her a book, draw her a bath, cook us dinner, patiently listen to each one’s day, help with our newborn son, change his diapers, burp him just so I can have a little break, help with laundry whether it’s starting the load or folding it and putting it away.

I see him doing the dishes every night after he makes us dinner because he knows I won’t get to it until later, then I see him when he quietly empties the dishwasher early morning before he leaves for work, so I don’t have to.

He works so hard, getting up early for work then coming home late to still help with what needs to be done around the house. Though these seem like little things, they add up to a mountain of love in the care and keeping of us. His hard work makes a difference between us standing still and moving forward in working towards our goals in the efforts to ensure that we are always growing together as our lives change and our children get older. This is hard work, on top of hard work, and I see it in him. I am so grateful to be his wife.
 
– Lisa Marie

Winners receive gifts from our sponsors:

Central Valley Fiberglass Pool Company – Step Out of the Stone Age – call 209-422-9829

Jim’s Automotive on Shaws Flat – Family owned and operated since 1950 – call 532-3624

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Nate’s Tree Service For all your Tree Service Needs – call 532-2460