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- 04/04/15--18:02: Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Workshop in Delano
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The post is looking for a buyer for a french brick oven bakery in the southern San Joaquin Valley, offering wholesale and retail products. It says a distinctive French bakery for sale -- specializing in sourdough and sweetdough bread and rolls. The business is described as a landmark, serving Kern County more more than 70 years.
Pyrenees French Bakery in old town Kern seems to fit the description. According to its website -- the bakery has been owned and operated by the Laxague family in Kern County since 1944, and still uses an old fashioned brick oven.
We went to the bakery Friday, but employees say the owner is not in the market to sell. Although the owner would not speak with us directly.
The county assessor's office says there are separate owners listed for the land and building. Pyrenees French Bakery owns the building and the family owns the land. The assessor's office says there isn't currently a transfer pending on either and there hasn't been any recent activity.
Local attorney Kevin Findley is listed as a contact in the LA Times ad. We called multiple times Friday -- but he has not returned our messages, as of newstime.
Saturday afternoon Assemblymen Rudy Salas hosted a VITA workshop in Delano, with IRS certified volunteers.
Airica Belis works as a field representative for Salas she says this workshop is open to everyone with translators available. "We are really just out here to educate and inform everybody to make sure everybody files on time to get the appropriate refunds they deserve," says Belis.
Andrew Eckroth works in IT full time and volunteers for VITA to give back to the Kern County community. "We help prepare their tax returns, make sure they are getting the things they are looking for like deductions and benefits," says Eckroth.
VITA offers free basic tax preparation and filing to people with low to moderate income, disabilities, the elderly and people who have limited English skills.
Organizers say people often don't realize they qualify for tax credits, like earned income."If you make under a certain amount and your working, your getting money from something like work or similar to that, your actually able to get money back from the us government,"says Eckroth. It's an economic incentive for hard working low-to-moderate income tax payers "they need that money that could really help out in their day to day life, I think we need to get as many people as we can in here."
There will be another VITA workshop next Saturday at East High School in Bakersfield from 3 p.m. - 7 p.m. For more information or to RSVP call 335-0302. The last day to file is Wednesday, April 15.
Kiku and Kizzy Bear were the top dogs, taking first place in the contest.
The event at Brimhall Square raised money for Maryley's Mutts.
Marley's Mutts is offering low cost spay and neuter vouchers every Saturday this month from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Walmart Neighborhood Market on Chester Avenue. Vouchers are $30 and also include a microchip, medicine and rabies vaccine.