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Get Happy, Get Connected

By Cheryl Senn “Happiness is feeling connected to everyone and everything.”- Author Unknown. During the past week, while working, interacting with my family, and attending meetings, I realized how important being connected is. Connected to people, connected to my place ...

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Unity Estates High School Bigs Mentoring Program impacting lives and fulfilling dreams in a Big way

By Cheryl Senn There was a room full of High School Bigs and Unity Estates Littles, along with their families, gathered together or the official Ribbon Cutting to announce the implementation of the Unity Estates High School Bigs Program. The ...

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Varsity Apache basketball ladies played a tough game against Coyotes for a 60-50 win

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger High Apache Girls Varsity Basketball team hosted the Madera Coyotes this past Friday for some hoop action. The Apaches took the lead in the first quarter with a score of Apaches 11, Coyotes 7, and ...

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New Sanger City Manager Tim Chapa, striving to make Sanger the best city in the Valley

By Cheryl Senn As of Thursday, January 21, 2016, Tim Chapa is the new official Sanger City Manager. Right after he was sworn in Chapa addressed the Council and those in attendance. “I think I have a unique commitment to ...

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Passion to give + Appreciation of your giving = A Good Place To Serve

By Cheryl Senn “A person who feels appreciated will always do more than what is expected.” – Author Unknown This past week, was the annual recognition of the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service. It was a chance to ...

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Strategy Session on reducing secondhand/thirdhand smoke exposure in Sanger apartments

By Cheryl Senn Community members were recently invited to a Midwest Academy Strategy Chart Session. The goal of the session was to brainstorm on how to reduce secondhand/thirdhand smoke exposure in apartments in the community of Sanger. The ultimate goal ...

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Engineering Design Challenge, an opportunity to apply real world career skills

By Cheryl Senn A total of seven teams comprised of 26 engineering students, grades 8th through 10th, from throughout the Sanger Unified School District (SUSD), participated in the inaugural SUSD Engineering Design Challenge. The design challenge was a great opportunity ...

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Apache Girls Wrestling, on the right track, for a successful inaugural season

By Cheryl Senn Winning is great, but not everything, said Sanger High Apache Girls Wrestling Coach Angela Butts, about the inaugural Girls Wrestling Team Winter Season competition. This is the first year Sanger High has had a girl’s wrestling team. ...

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Delilah’s Gourmet Goodies brings the iconic sweet smell of chocolate to downtown Sanger

by Javier Navarro A sweet new addition to Sanger downtown just opened on December 19, 2015. Delilah’s Gourmet Goodies, is a bakery business, located at 626 ‘O’ Street, and is owned by Delilah Elizondo. Delilah also sells her items at ...

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Apache Varsity Girls tame the Wildcats with a 68-34 win

By Angelica Bonilla The Sanger High Apache Girls Varsity Basketball team hosted the Sunnyside Wildcats for a Tuesday night home game. The Lady Apaches defeated the Wildcats, going 39-16 in the first quarter and finishing with an outstanding score of ...

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