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Inaugural Mental Health Resource Fair helped to educate and raise awareness to fight the stigma of mental illness

By Cheryl Senn More than 18 resource tables were available for community members to visit and gather information on mental health and related health topics, at the Sanger Community Center, this past Saturday. “I think it is a necessity that ...

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Sanger Relay for Life participants have fun while earning more than $16,000

By Cheryl Senn More than 195 registered participants in 33 teams worked together to make the 2016 Sanger Relay For Life a success this year. According to Jennifer “Jen-Jen” Herring, Event Lead, said,”It was a success,” after the closing ceremonies. ...

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Inaugural Raging Against Gangs Everywhere (RAGE) Conference encourages students to follow their dreams

By Cheryl Senn More than 80 adults and students attended the inaugural Raging Against Gangs Everywhere (RAGE) Conference which took place, recently, in the Sanger Community Center. The morning session included a Resource Fair, with a more than 22 informational ...

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Painting The Town Purple to celebrate cancer survivors and announce Relay For Life Event

By Cheryl Senn More than 20 volunteers gathered in Brehler Square, this past Saturday, wearing purple and preparing purple ribbons, to place around town. The annual Paint The Town Purple event takes place, every year, a couple of weeks prior ...

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Sanger Chiefs recognized with appreciation at recent coffee event at Unity Estates

By Cheryl Senn Unity Estates residents and community members were able to have some one on one time with both the Sanger Fire Chief, Greg Tarascou, and Sanger Police Chief Silver Rodriguez, at the most recent ‘Coffee with the Chiefs’ ...

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Sanger ‘Lights It Up Blue’ for Autism Awareness Day

By Cheryl Senn More than 360 helium filled latex balloons and one special blue mylar balloon were released during the inaugural “‘Light It Up Blue’ Autism Awareness Day balloon release event. April is Autism Awareness Month and April 2nd is ...

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Local representatives speak out about the third and final stage of Highway 180 project possible delay due to lack of adequate funding

By Cheryl Senn Without action from Sacramento to identify a long-term, stable source of funding for transportation needs statewide, funds for the third and final segment of the Highway 180 expansion project, and more than 200 other projects statewide, could ...

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Unity Estates celebrates Easter, with games, egg hunt, and a BBQ lunch for families

By Cheryl Senn More than 1,000 filled eggs were provided for kids and families at the recent Unity Estates Easter celebration. In addition to the egg hunt, many games, with prizes, were played by the kids. Project Purple volunteers barbecued ...

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New Sanger Fire Prevention Officer, Tammy Tucker-Eggert, keeping the community safe

By Cheryl Senn The new Sanger Fire Prevention Officer, Tammy Tucker-Eggert, said she hopes to change the perception of the Fire Prevention Officer. “Its not just about finding violations,” said Tucker-Eggert,”Its about preventing things from happening and keeping them safe.” ...

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Students get a glimpse of real world engineering projects with tour of City Solar and Waste Water Treatment Plant

By Cheryl Senn Three Sanger Unified School District (SUSD) Engineering students had the privilege of receiving a tour of the City of Sanger Solar Array and the Waste Water Treatment Plant (WWTP), as a reward for winning the Sanger Design ...

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