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The Senn Files

Roy & Kathleen Mattox share advice on being married 50 years

By Cheryl Senn Roy and Kathleen Mattox recently celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary with an Open House at their home in Sanger. While attending their party I began to wonder what does it take to stay happily married for 50 ...

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Hard work pays off

By Cheryl Senn I attended the Sanger High Academic Scholarship signing ceremony yesterday and saw all the happy student and parent faces. Sanger High Principal Dan Chacon said, “Today we see it was all worth it.” What Chacon was talking ...

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Hometown Hero

By Cheryl Senn “The legacy of heroes is the memory of a great name and the inheritance of a great example.”- Benjamin Disraeli Last Friday, football legend, recent Sanger High School Athletic Hall of Fame inductee, and hometown hero, Tom ...

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Breakthrough

By Cheryl Senn It was a nice treat to be able to go to the movies with members of the local Tabernacle of Praise Church and community members last week. We were all given the opportunity to watch the new ...

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On the hunt for Easter

By Cheryl Senn During the past week and this weekend, there will be tens of thousands of eggs hunted and gathered. Some will be filled with candy, some will be filled with small toys and some will even be filled ...

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Thinking Big

By Cheryl Senn While attending the Sanger Robotics Showcase, this past Saturday, I was amazed at how much knowledge the students have in Sanger. I was listening to them describe how they decide on a project and create it. They ...

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Pennies for pines

By Cheryl Senn It is amazing how collecting a few pennies can help our National forest ecologist with their reforestation plans for all the forest areas that have been affected by the major forest fires over the past few years. ...

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Popping with color

By Cheryl Senn So much color can be seen everywhere you look this spring. First, there were pristine white almond blossoms filling orchards along rural roadways. Then, pink and red peach, nectarine and plum blossoms began to populate the rows ...

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Know which pair to put on to get the job done

By Cheryl Senn At this week’s Sanger Woman’s Club lunch, Fresno State First Lady Mary Castro said something that resonated with all the women attending the lunch.  Castro was talking about how hard her grandmother, Josephine, worked and how hard ...

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Reading Across Sanger

By Cheryl Senn Sanger schools have a great way of celebrating Dr. Seuss’ birthday.  The schools invite community members to come on campus to read to students. Community members can bring their own favorite books or the librarians have books ...

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