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Loving a balanced life


By Cheryl Senn “Next to love, balance is the most important thing.” – John Wooden. I thought this summer was going to be a little easier, with a lot of time to lounge by the pool, read a book, etc. ...

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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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Great turnout for Watermelon Run, after building relationships at Cross Country Camp

Watermelon Run participants were able to enjoy fresh watermelon after running in the morning races. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn Making connections between runners and their fellow teammates was one of the goals at this year’s Second Annual Watermelon Run (Race). The race was a way to celebrate the inaugural Sanger Unified Cross Country (XC) Camp which ...

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Sanger Stars win two-day Shootout 8U Softball Tournament

Sanger Stars Softball 8U Girls Team. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger Stars 8U Softball Team were the winners at this year’s Sanger Shootout 8U Tournament, which took place this weekend. Teams from Kingsburg, Fresno, Clovis and Visalia, competed in the two day tournament. The Sanger Stars ...

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Running with Apaches XC Camp prepares athletes for Watermelon Run (Race)

Low Hurdle Work Out. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn More than 40 local student athletes participated in the inaugural Running with Apaches Cross Country (XC) Camp, hosted by the Sanger High XC team. According to Coach Catherine Waite, there were 35 participants, on average, in attendance, ...

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Sanger’s Rebel Water Polo Club hosts open water tournament at Shaver Lake


By Cheryl Senn The Sanger High Apache Girls Water Polo team was one of the 46 teams, who participated in California’s biggest open water tournament, this past weekend, when they played in the tournament held at Shaver Lake. According to ...

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

The Veterans Advisory Committee met to discuss the formation of the Veterans Parade Communication Committee. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

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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Spears Scraps Retirement Plan, Signs New Contract with Sanger


City of Sanger Press Release Sanger’s new Interim City Manager, Dayle Keller, has announced that Dan Spears, longtime Economic & Redevelopment Manager for the City, has reevaluated his planned mid- August retirement and will now be staying on with the ...

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‘Under Construction’ is a good ‘Detour’ to have


By Cheryl Senn I have noticed a lot of road construction and improvements in Sanger. I have noticed a lot of improvements taking place on school campuses. And if I take my own personal inventory, and the inventory of my ...

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Unity Estates children experience hands-on ranch life during day camp

Unity Estates child day camper, Brianna Rios, working with Mary, from Abundant Life Ranch,  working on getting comfortable withe a horse before she rode it. (Photo courtesy Ali Valencia)

By Cheryl Senn More than 20 children, from the Unity Estates Apartments, attended a day camp at the Abundant Life Ranch. Upon arriving, at the local ranch, the children were served breakfast . Several praise songs were sang before the ...

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