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Ymca Jack Hazard
Modesto, CA  
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About Modesto, CA

Modesto is a city in, and is the county seat of, Stanislaus County, California. With a population of approximately 201,165 at the 2010 census, Modesto ranks as the 18th largest city in the state of California. Modesto's 10th street in 1890. Modesto, originally a stop on the railroad connecting Sacramento to Los Angeles, was founded in 1870 and was to be named for William C. Ralston, financier of many projects in early California. However, he declined the suggestion and a Spanish-speaking railroad worker at the naming ceremony said that Ralston was "Muy modesto" . Thus, the town was named Modesto. It is unknown at this time if this story is mere folklore or actual fact. The city was incorporated in 1884, at which time it had over 1000 people. With fields of grain and the proximity of the river and railroad traffic, the town grew. Later, dams were installed in the foothills, irrigation water came, and irrigated fields of vegetables and fruit or nut trees prospered. By 1900, its population was over 4,500. During World War II, the area provided canned goods, powdered milk, and eggs for the US armed forces and allied forces. For the next few decades, Modesto's population grew at about two percent per year to over 100,000 in 1980, and over 200,000 in 2001. Modesto's official slogan is "Water Wealth Contentment Health," which is...