Bakersfield Community House

Bakersfield Community House
Bakersfield Community House is listed in the Senior Citizens Services & Organizations category in Bakersfield, California. Displayed below are the social networks for Bakersfield Community House which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account, a Linkedin company page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Bakersfield Community House on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 95.

Contact information for Bakersfield Community House is:
2020 R St
Bakersfield, CA 93301
(661) 327-8835

"Bakersfield Community House" - ZapScore Report

Bakersfield Community House has an overall ZapScore of 95. This means that Bakersfield Community House has a higher ZapScore than 95% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Bakersfield, California is 38 and in the Senior Citizens Services & Organizations category is 40. Learn more about ZapScore

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Bob Otto’s bugling roots go back to the days before he even joined the military. He got his first horn on his eighth birthday in 1929 and took lessons at Phillips Music Company in Bakersfield. #MemorialDay #Taps #Bugle #HonorVets
Bob Otto has a special connection to “Taps.”

Beset by news of rogue detectives gone bad, an investigation by the state Attorney General’s office over allegations of civil rights abuses, and an image that has suffered as a result, the BPD is looking to some of its own officers for help in creating a series of videos dubbed, “Why I wear the badge.”
The video clip is simple, straightforward and powerful: One veteran Bakersfield cop, standing in front of a camera, recalling the story of a difficult case he once worked — one

There's school pride and there's family pride. But when the two combine, you have the makings of a Driller dynasty at the city's oldest high school. Meet the Van Hornes, four generations of alumni who have brought glory to Bakersfield High School in their exploits on the field and in their continued devotion to the downtown campus.
There's school pride and there's family pride. But when the two combine, you have the makings of a Driller dynasty at the city's oldest high school.

Friends and family say Thome, a farm boy from Arvin who was raised poor but grew up to become a local charitable icon, "never met a stranger" and always left others with a smile on their face.
Gene Thome, a Bakersfield Sound loyalist and part-time musician who rubbed elbows with local country music royalty, is being remembered today as a man who gave much more than he

The Bakersfield Californian shared a link.
I hate to try to predict the future, but I think a few decades from now, Chipotle will be as influential in the restaurant business as McDonald’s once was.

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