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Castro Valley history told through exhibit

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In a collaboration between historians Lucille George and Randy Vanderbilt, the Adobe Art Gallery in Castro Valley hosted “200 Years of Castro Valley History; A visual history of Castro Valley from the Ohlone Indians to present day.” The exhibit ran from Dec. 3 to Jan. 7 and featured pictures, toys, documents, games, videos, art and many other elements collected by the creators from various outlets from the surrounding area. The creators were aided by Castro Valley school teachers, Castro Valley School District and a slew of residents, many of whom lent their pieces to the exhibit.

Photo by Louis LaVenture/The Pioneer

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