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Getting Sanger Smiles Ready for Back to School

By Cheryl Senn More than 20 Sanger children were able to have their smiles made a little brighter by having a dental check-up by the Healthy Smiles Mobile Dental team. The Sanger Family Resource Center (SFRC) had local schools and ...

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Something bigger

By Cheryl Senn While watching people gather at St. Mary’s Summer Community Festival to enjoy live entertainment, play games, visit informational booths, and eat some good food, I noticed there was something bigger happening than just a festival. There was ...

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Following his father’s footsteps, DJ Bustamante, begins studying at the Fire Academy, after a summer internship at Sanger Fire

By Cheryl Senn David John “DJ” Bustamante has big dreams for himself, as he follows in his father’s footsteps, in pursuit of a career as a paramedic firefighter. “When he passed away, I wanted to follow in his footsteps,” said ...

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Mi Linda Tierra Market, a family dream of offering delicious food to the community

By Benjamin James Ayala On Thursday July 28, 2016, Javier and Erika Elizondo began their new journey, as owners of their own store and taqueria. “We decided what better to have a grocery convenience store with an add on of ...

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Aerobics with Angie has safe workouts for all levels of fitness

By Benjamin James Ayala One great way to maintain physique, burn calories, and break a sweat throughout the year is to come to the Sanger Community Center for Aerobics with Angie. Instructor, Angie Sobaje, has been  involved with aerobics for ...

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Stronger Together

By Cheryl Senn The other day I was invited to take pictures at the John Wash Elementary School Transitional Kindergarten and Kindergarten Meet and Greet Event. As I walked up to the registration table I saw the canopy above the ...

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New students, new teachers, new school, getting to know each other at John Wash TK/K Meet and Greet

By Cheryl Senn There are a lot of new faces on the John Wash Elementary School campus this fall. More than 150 Transitional Kindergarten (TK) and Kindergarten (K) students and their families joined John Wash principal and TK/K staff for ...

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New Golden Living Center Admissions Coordinator Vue and Receptionist Mendoza, ready to help the community with their needs

By Cheryl Senn There are two new people who will be helping Sanger residents, with their needs, at Golden Living Center-Sanger. The new Admissions Coordinator, Lia Vue and new Receptionist, Maria Mendoza, started serving Sanger, at Golden Living Center-Sanger, in ...

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Sanger Unified XC Camp and Watermelon Run prepare elementary athletes for fall season

By Benjamin James Ayala Sanger High Cross Country Head coach Sean Marzolf has had another successful year, in leading the 2nd annual Run with Apaches Cross Country Camp and 3rd annual Watermelon Run race. Both events are led by Sanger ...

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Summer Road Warriors, the Scott Family, traveled across the southern U.S., in search of adventure

By Benjamin James Ayala Ronnie Scott, Sanger High School Activities Director, recently came back from travelling across the United States, for the second summer, in a row, with his family. Ronnie and wife, Vanessa Scott, have used their summer break ...

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