Gerard Lozano, Mary Van Ness, and Colleen Wiginton of the Fresno Association of Realtors stand with Angela Grim, Junior League president, and Fresno City Council Member Paul Caprioglio at the Discovery Youth Garden.
Gerard Lozano, Mary Van Ness, and Colleen Wiginton of the Fresno Association of Realtors stand with Angela Grim, Junior League president, and Fresno City Council Member Paul Caprioglio at the Discovery Youth Garden. FRESNO ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS Special to The Bee
Gerard Lozano, Mary Van Ness, and Colleen Wiginton of the Fresno Association of Realtors stand with Angela Grim, Junior League president, and Fresno City Council Member Paul Caprioglio at the Discovery Youth Garden. FRESNO ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS Special to The Bee
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