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New BTP Junior Company acquiring skills and confidence for live performances

By Cheryl Senn This summer season there will be an additional 19 reasons to attend the Blossom Trail Players (BTP) play performances, with the addition of the Junior Company, in the fourth season of the BTP summer play production.  Prior ...

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SHS Scholar Athlete, Talie Cloud, named Coca-Cola Scholar, receives $20,000 for college

Compiled Talie Cloud, a 2018 graduate of Sanger High School(SHS), has been recognized as one of the country’s most outstanding high school leaders by the Coca‑Cola Scholars Foundation and awarded a $20,000 college scholarship. A joint effort of Coca-Cola bottlers ...

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Para mi familia

By Cheryl Senn “Family is not an important thing, it’s everything.” – Michael J. Fox The beginning of the graduation season began last week, in Sanger Unified, with the Sanger Adult School graduation. I watched at how many people attended ...

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SHS graduates encouraged to let their light shine at Baccalaureate

By Cheryl Senn This year’s Sanger High School (SHS) Baccalaureate program theme was Let There Be Light. Amanda Montelongo-Guerra, one of the baccalaureate committee members said the committee looked for a good theme for this year’s baccalaureate program. The committee ...

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CERT Unit will soon be equipped to support local firefighters and community

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger Fire Department has its Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) working on converting a retired ambulance into a CERT Emergency Response Vehicle Unit.  According to Rolinda Hernandez, Sanger Fire Department (SFD) Administrative Secretary and CERT team ...

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It’s all about fundamentals, this spring, for Apache varsity football

Photo by Cheryl Senn Spring training for the Apache Varsity football team is all about fundamentals. “This spring is all about fundamentals,” said Apache Varsity Football Head Coach Jorge Peña. Since May 14th, the team has been practicing four days ...

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Dignity does not consist in possessing honors, but in deserving them

By Cheryl Senn “Dignity does not consist in possessing honors, but in deserving them.”-Aristotle I have been to many awards and recognition ceremonies and watched as the community or organization honored or recognized an individual . Sometimes the individual was ...

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Honoring Sanger announces upcoming community projects at inaugural awards ceremony

By Cheryl Senn Honoring Sanger, a new local non-profit organization, hosted their inaugural awards and kick off event last week. According to a press release, Honoring Sanger is a new local non-profit organization that will be joining together with Sanger’s ...

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Reaching kids through art at inaugural Jefferson Art Hop

By Cheryl Senn The recent Inaugural Jefferson Art Hop featured student art, writing, and photography, along with the live performances by the Jefferson campus’ performing arts students. In addition to the exhibited art and performances, students were able to visit ...

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Future looks bright for Sanger wrestling with new SHS coaching staff

By Berenice Vargas Sanger High has a new Head Girls and Boys Wrestling Coach for the 2018- 2019 season- Narciso Juarez. Juarez has began coaching for Sanger since 2012 and was the Girls Head wrestling coaching in 2017. “I have ...

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