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CherylSenn
Cheryl Senn is a freelance writer and photographer who has lived in the community of Sanger for more than 20 years. She is the mother of two daughters, Althea and Xena. Cheryl volunteers her time, in the community, in a variety of ways. She has been a Parent Teacher Association (PTA) leader for more than 15 years. In addition to PTA, Cheryl is a board member for the Sanger Community Task Force, Sanger Woman’s Club, HOPE Sanger, and a Fresno County 4H Project Leader. Cheryl’s goal is to help people see why Sanger is a great community to live in.

New 2017-18 Sanger Academy Charter School principal, Mark Coleman, is ready to serve

By Cheryl Senn Mark Coleman, current vice-principal at Washington Academic Middle School (WAMS), was recently named the new 2017-18 Sanger Academy Charter (SAC)School principal. This is Coleman’s ninth year with the Sanger Unified School District (SUSD). “I started, in 2008, ...

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Gong’s IGA Market receives Pillar of Public Health Award

By Cheryl Senn Gong’s IGA Market is a great example of both a Retailer and Employer Pillar, according to a County of Fresno Department of Public Health Press Release. Gong’s Market offers their community ready and affordable access to healthful ...

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Apache boys volleyball is kicking off the season focused and playing their best

By Benjamin James Ayala Sanger High School (SHS) Boys’ Volleyball is looking forward to a great season, coming off a recent win over common rival, the Madera Coyotes. The Apaches beat the Coyotes in the first three games, leaving the ...

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Looking for host families, in Sanger, to host an international student, and exchange a rewarding experience

By Sharyl Riedelsheimer/EF Regional Coordinator Education First (EF) High School Exchange Year, a division of EF, the world leader in international high school exchange, has kicked off its annual nationwide search for caring host families to welcome exchange students into ...

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“Shrek the Musical” a great theater experience for the whole family

By Cheryl Senn Record number of people are attending the current Apache Theatre Production, “Shrek the Musical,” according to Sanger High Drama teacher and Apache Theatre Director Erica Mardirosian. “Opening night is usually pretty big, but this year more than ...

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Apache boys tennis, very serious about their game

By Cheryl Senn The Apache Boys Tennis team has improved a ton over the past year, according to Apache Boys Tennis Coach Jeremy Warkentin. “I really give the kids all the credit,” said Warkentin,”they’ve all put in a ton of ...

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Strive For What You Believe

By Benjamin James Ayala/Guest Columnist Some days I ask myself, where would I be if I had not experienced the trials and errors that I have. How much different would life be if I gave in to the moments that ...

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Socorro Deaver, building a firefighting community, with proceeds from inaugural Jim Deaver Fire Academy Scholarship

By Benjamin James Ayala The Jim Deaver 2017 Fire Academy Scholarship fund committee has organized an event to help with the funds for the inaugural scholarship. The 1st Annual Fire Fighters in the Making Fundraiser barbeque on March 26th at ...

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Apache Girls Lacrosse getting more strategic and aggressive this season

By Benjamin James Ayala Sanger High School (SHS) Girls Lacrosse’s second official season begins with a close game against an aged Edison Tigers team and with the hosting of the first Lacrosse tournament in the city’s history. “It was a ...

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Sanger Eagles Hall makeover updates facility for community events

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger Eagles Post 1147 Hall recently received a much need makeover. Eagles board member Denny Noller gave a tour of all the updated details. First, four and half booths were removed from the east wall in ...

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