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Big Book Sale benefits Sanger Library readers

By Jesalyn Harper The Library Big Book sale was this weekend which helps local libraries in Fresno County, including the Sanger Library. It’s one of the largest fundraisers where volunteers from different library branches and Friends of the Library members, ...

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Sanger Library, more than a quiet reading place

By Jesalyn Harper The Sanger Library is no longer just a quiet place to check out books. For those of us who haven’t visited the library lately it now has copiers, computers with internet access and even Wi-Fi available for ...

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An unforgettable experience, at Morro Bay, for Unity Estates families

By Cheryl Senn More than 50 people, from Unity Estates, in Sanger, boarded the Awesome Tour bus to Morro Bay. The group of 50 people included 40 children, nine adults, and one senior citizen, according to Ali Valencia, Unity Estates ...

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Aaron Tippin performs in Sanger, during his 25th Anniversary celebration tour

By Cheryl Senn Aaron Tippin said, via a telephone interview, that he was “going to mix it up some” when asked what the song line up will be for Sunday’s concert at The Grove. Tippin, who is celebrating his 25th ...

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Inaugural Teen Pool Party, a cool way to connect community youth

By Cheryl Senn More than 40 Sanger teens participated in the inaugural Teen Pool Party hosted by the City of Sanger’s Parks & Recreation Department. Isaiah Lopez and his fellow Parks & Recreation interns planned and organized the pool party, ...

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Inclusive collaboration, the focus of the new Sanger Veteran’s Communication Committee

By Cheryl Senn Coordinating a Veteran’s Parade, in the City of Sanger, on Veteran’s Day, is the purpose of the new Sanger Veteran’s Parade Communication Committee. During the July 2, 2015 City Council meeting, agenda item K-6, Formation of a ...

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Local veteran, Dean Nicholson, reflects on Honor Flight trip

By Cheryl Senn Heartwarming and moving was how Dean Nicholson described his recent Honor Flight trip to Washington, D.C. Nicholson was one, of a group, of World War II veterans, who took the June 16th through June 18th Honor Flight. ...

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Jitters Coffee House…a fun, cool, and comfortable spot to get your coffee

By Cheryl Senn Sanger was chosen as the home to the new business, Jitters Coffee House, because, said owner Karen Gaines,”it seemed the perfect spot to add an option for a cool/hip/comfortable spot,” for people to hang out with their ...

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Unity Estates kids awarded for their commitment to learning and after school program

By Cheryl Senn The Unity Estates Community Clubhouse was filled with children and their parents for the annual Unity Estates Awards Celebration. After all the awardees and their families enjoyed a meal together, the presentation of awards took place. Ali ...

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Firefighter Interns gain experience while focusing on safety

By Cheryl Senn Sanger Fire’s new Firefighter Interns will be provided a thorough experience of the firefighting profession while getting paid doing what they love. Sanger Firefighter Interns Andres Miranda and Johnathon Davila, began their summer jobs, this week, at ...

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