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Debra Berrier, wife of Roger and one of Bethesda's volunteers, said she and other church members were inspired by reading the book "Radical: Taking Back Your Faith from the American Dream" by David Platt. Others felt moved to assist with meals for 

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American Dreams

Back then though, Bains was a young Sikh farmer who thought farming was next to godliness. He was raised in a small farming village in Punjab, a state in northern India bordering Pakistan. Sikhism originated in the region and remains a predominant religion there today. In 1948, when Bains was a boy, his father left for the U.S., following in the footsteps of his great-uncle who had eventually settled in the Yuba City area in the 1920s and told of available work and chances to improve their livelihoods. After his father left, Bains started farming in his village to provide for his mother and younger brother until he grew old enough to make his way to California.

Yuba City suited the family. “They chose this region because they felt there were adequate amounts of water, fertile soils and the climate with four actual seasons — and the geography, it reminded them of being back home,” says Bains’ son, Karm.

Just like his great-uncle and father before him, Bains started as a farm laborer, driving tractors, irrigating and pruning orchards, earning below minimum wage at $0.75 an hour. Acclaimed for doing the work of four men, he soon became a foreman. But his dreams of one day owning his own farmland and harvesting his own fruit would have to wait until he’d saved up some money. In 1962, Bains’ mother, Amar Kaur, joined her son and husband. Accompanied only by Bains’ younger brother, who was 13 at the time, she was one of the first Punjabi women to arrive in Yuba City.


The continued trend of low inventory has buyers acting fast and paying more.

That’s what’s happening in the residential real estate industry in the Greater Lehigh Valley the first half of 2017 and beyond.

“When you talk with Realtors, they will tell you that the first six months of last year versus the first six months of this year are dramatically different in the activity that we’re seeing as agents,” said Clay Mitman, broker/owner of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices/Paul Ford Realtors, Easton. “All of a sudden everything just clicked in, and we’re seeing properties coming on the market for higher prices and selling much quicker.”

Closed sales for the year through June 30 grew 3.8 percent – 341 more homes sold than the first half of 2016. (In June itself, closed sales were flat when compared to last June, with 2,075 sales compared to 2,081 in June 2016.)

For the half-year, average prices for homes sold grew from $152,784 to $159,980, a 4.7 percent jump year over year.

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