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Beauty from ashes

By Cheryl Senn With the Rough Fire in full force over the past week, we, here in Sanger, experienced the smoke crowded skies filled with falling ashes. When looking at all the ashes, which were falling from the skies, like ...

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Apaches got rolling to a win, 32-15, over Clovis East

By Cheryl Senn It was a rough first half, for the Apache Varsity football team, last Thursday night, at Lamonica Stadium, when they played the Clovis East Timberwolves. The team was affected by mistakes including fumbles, during the first half ...

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ASIST Training provides tools for supporting people in crisis

By Cheryl Senn There have been three groups of Sanger Unified School District (SUSD) and community members who have participated in the Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST), this year. According to Megan Decker, SUSD Mental Health Counselor & MFT ...

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2nd Annual HOPE Sanger BBQ helps raise funds for community programs

By Cheryl Senn An increase in volunteers, and an increase in meals purchased, resulted in a larger amount raised, at the 2nd Annual HOPE Sanger BBQ. According to the barbecue chairs, Marc Antonio and Amanda Montelongo, more than $1,500 was ...

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Apaches played strong game against Hoover

By Cheryl Senn It was another Friday night win for the Apache Varsity football team, who won, 34-6, against the Hoover Patriots, last Friday night, at home. Even though the Apaches won, Sanger High Head Varsity Football Coach Chuck Shidan ...

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What ‘Team’ are you a part of?

By Cheryl Senn After volunteering for the recent HOPE Sanger BBQ Fundraiser, I purchased two of the HOPE Sanger BBQ meals for me and my daughter. When we opened our bag of meals and drinks, I was surprised to see ...

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High School Bigs Program kicking off at Kings River and Taft High Schools

By Cheryl Senn Giving back to children and giving back to Sanger is how the new High School Bigs Program was described to Kings River High and Taft High School students. The Fresno County Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) Program ...

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Learning to lead at Fresno County 4-H Officer Training

By Cheryl Senn More than 100 Fresno County 4-H adults and youth attended the recent 4-H Leadership Training Day, held at Sutter Middle School, in Fowler. The training event consisted of three sessions. One session was devoted to Officer Training. ...

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Walk in someone else’s shoes

By Cheryl Senn I volunteered, with HOPE Sanger, to help Sanger school students purchase shoes for school. HOPE Sanger was providing the shoes, free, to families referred from local churches and the school district. From 8 am to noon, 80 ...

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Coffee with the Chiefs strengthens community connection

By Cheryl Senn In order to interact with the community, Sanger Fire Chief Greg Tarascou and Sanger Police Chief Silver Rodriguez held the inaugural Coffee with the Chiefs event, this past Friday, at Jitters Coffee House, in downtown Sanger. Chief ...

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