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Celebrating summer at the Sanger Sunflower Maze

By Cheryl Senn More than 24 varieties of sunflowers make up the Centerville Fruit Station Sunflower Maze which now has a new location at 106 S. Academy, just south of Academy and 180. According to Vicky and Joseph Herkel, due ...

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Groundbreaking news about water for the City’s future

By Cheryl Senn This past Wednesday, I attended a Groundbreaking Ceremony for the new Water Tank #3 that will be installed at the corner of J St. and Church Ave. The whole community should be excited about this new addition ...

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Community input on recreation features for Veterans Park assist with Prop 68 grant application

By Cheryl Senn There have been multiple community meetings to gather input for the Prop 68 State of California Parks & Water Board grant application for the Statewide Park Development & Community Revitalization Program, to help determine the recreational features ...

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Basic skills training for future Sanger soccer players

By Cheryl Senn More than 20 Sanger kids participated in the Inaugural Soccer Clinic and Vacation Bible School (VBS), which took place at the Cesar Chavez Park, last week.  This is the first time local church Youth Groups collaborated to ...

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SHS’ new leadership team is building on traditions to make the school learning experience even better

By Cheryl Senn There is a new group of administrative leaders who have been assembled to lead Sanger High School (SHS) into the 2019-20 school year and beyond.  The new SHS leaders are: Principal Kirstin Coronado, Deputy Principal Sam Polanco, ...

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Softball game between fire and police, a great way to build community

By Cheryl Senn The Battle of the Badges took place this past Father’s Day weekend and there were a lot of fathers and families in attendance. Who knew that a personal challenge given from one Sanger Police Officer Fernando Garcia ...

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Inaugural Battle of the Badges, a great way to build teamwork between public safety first responders

By Cheryl Senn What began, two months ago, as a challenge jokingly made from Sanger Police Department (SPD) Officer Fernando Garcia to Sanger Fire Department (SFD) firefighter/paramedic Brian Puga, turned into a big softball competition between the two public safety ...

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Inaugural Sanger Swish Shootout helps kids improve their skills in a safe competitive environment

By Cheryl Senn More than 375 players participated in the Inaugural Sanger Swish Shootout this year with more than 1,200 in attendance for the two day event. “The gym facilities from both the high school and Washington Academic Middle School ...

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2nd Annual “On the Warpath” Wrestling Camp, happening June 22, helps kids grow in the sport

Contributed According to www.sangerwrestling.com, the 2nd Annual “On the Warpath” Wrestling Camp will take place, from 8:30am to 6pm, on Saturday, June 22, 2019, at Sanger High School’s Small Gym, for all male and female wrestlers seven years and older. ...

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Sports and activities to enjoy this summer

By Cheryl Senn There is a lot of activities to participate in the is summer in the City of Sanger.  The Sanger Parks & Recreation Division has activities suitable for all ages.  Boxing, Aerobics, Karate, Movies in the Park, Jr. ...

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