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Knitting Book Discussion

Knitting Book Discussion
Knitting Book Discussion
04-11-2015 - 04-11-2015
Sacramento Public Library
http://www.saclibrary.org/Locations/Franklin/
Admission: Free
 
(916) 264-2920
 
Start Time(s): Sat 2pm-3pm
Join Ms Cat the second Saturday of each month to discuss knitting books, share a new pattern, and meet up with other knitters
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Community Sponsors

Your Neighborhood Dog And Cat Hospital.
Renovating with You and Your Budget in Mind
Over 30 Years of Combined Experience
"Located in the Food Court of College Square."

EGUSD Cuts Water Use

If you notice some of the athletic fields in the Elk Grove Unified School District going brown it is for good reason------the district is doing its’ part in conserving water………At last weeks’ meeting the board announced it will continue to cut by at least 20% the amount of water being used to keep the more than 1200 acres of irrigated land…….Typically a school can use as much as 2 million gallons of water per week to keep the fields green but as California faces a fourth year of drought something has to give.   

Celiac Awareness 3k/5k Walk and Fun Run

Celiac Awareness 3k/5k Walk and Fun Run
Celiac Awareness 3k/5k Walk and Fun Run
03-28-2015 - 03-28-2015
Celiac Support Group
http://www.celiacsupportgroup.org/BookingRetrieve.aspx?ID=44566
Admission: Suggested Donation $10
 
(916) 483-8546
info@celiacsupportgroup.org
 
Start Time(s): Sat 9am-11:30am
Walk, jog, stroll and support the Celiac Support Group
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TB Test Results In

Tuberculosis test results are in at Franklin High School and Franklin Elementary and ten students tested positive…….Shortly after a student at each school was diagnosed with TB skin tests were ordered for more than 250 students and faculty----the ten who tested positive have a latent or non-infectious form of the disease-----they aren’t showing symptoms and they won’t be removed from school but will continue to be evaluated and will undergo chest x-rays….Parents with questions can call either Franklin High School at (916) 714-8150 or Franklin Elementary School at (916) 684-6518. For questions about tuberculosis, call (916) 875-5881.

Community Sponsors

Your Neighborhood Dog And Cat Hospital.
Over 30 Years of Combined Experience
Renovating with You and Your Budget in Mind
"Located in the Food Court of College Square."

Dinner Showcase Event

Dinner Showcase Event
Dinner Showcase Event
03-28-2015 - 03-28-2015
Sacramento Fashion Week
http://sacfashionweek.com/
Admission: Showcase $10 Single Dinner $60 Dinner for Two $100 Table Reservation $500
 
(916) 572-6787
info@sacfashionweek.com
http://www.eventbrite.com/e/home-corpuz-family-fundraiser-event-tickets-16117650326
Start Time(s): Sat 6pm-10pm *VIP Dinner 6pm **Showcase seating 7pm ***Fashion Show 8
A fire at the Corpuz residence left one of Sacramento Fashion Week's team members burnt and without much Rodney Corpuz has been a good friend to many people in Sacramento 
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EGUSD Trustee Honored as Ninth Assembly District's Woman of the Year

EGUSD Trustee Honored as Ninth Assembly District's Woman of the Year

In a ceremony held last Monday at the State Capitol, Elk Grove Unified School District Trustee Bobbie Singh-Allen was honored as the California Assembly's Ninth District Woman of the Year.

“I am proud to honor Bobbie as Woman of the Year,” Assembly Member Jim Cooper (D-Elk Grove) said. “She is an active and diligent leader in our community, dedicated to improving the lives of families.” 

“I am honored to have been selected Woman of the Year,” Singh-Allen said. “Assembly member Cooper and I have worked together for over 15 years in Elk Grove for the betterment of our community. Getting recognized for that work is humbling. I look forward to collaborating in the future, particularly on education issues. ” ... Read More

Sacramento Food Literacy to Host 4th Annual Sacramento Food Film Festival

Sacramento Food Literacy to Host 4th Annual Sacramento Food Film Festival

The Food Literacy Center, partnering with the Sacramento farm-to-fork initiative, brings 10 straight days of film and food pairings to the region with the 4th annual Sacramento Food Film Festival. The 10-day festival will showcase the culinary creativity of some of the best local chefs and the talents of some of the most innovative filmmakers.

The festival seeks to bring educational films to our region otherwise overlooked by traditional theaters. “It is our hope to create a community dialog surrounding the growing topic of our nation’s food system, and to inspire action towards improving it,” said Amber Stott, founder of Food Literacy Center... Read More