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Sanger, A Community Of Love

By Cheryl Senn Welcome to The Sanger Scene, a community news website. Yes, that is right, Sanger has its very first online news magazine devoted to highlighting all the positive aspects, of community, in the City of Sanger. Jean Vanier said,”Community ...

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Sanger Soccer League Opening Day Honors Pedro Espinoza

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger Soccer League held its Opening Day Ceremony, for its second season, and honored Pedro Espinoza-Blanco, the Washington Academic Middle School(WAMS) student and soccer player who passed away this past Monday. Pedro’s mother, Maria Isabel Espinoza-Blanco, ...

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WAMS Cafe Focuses On College and Career

The recent Washington Academic Middle School (WAMS) Cafe’s topic was “Pathway to Success: College and Career Readiness.” After all the guests were welcomed by WAMS principal Jamie Nino, an overview of the recent Career Day was presented. WAMS counselors Zobeida ...

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Sanger Fire Inaugural Heart Saver First Aid, CPR & AED Training

The Sanger Fire Department recently held their inaugural Heart Saver First Aid with CPR and Automated External Defibrillator (AED) training session, this past Saturday. The class had 12 students who all became certified after completing the 6 hour training session. ...

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Sanger Fire’s Sanders Promoted To Lieutenant

CONGRATULATIONS KEITH SANDERS ON YOUR PROMOTION TO LIEUTENANT. “He has a tremendous amount of people skills,” said Sanger Fire Chief Greg Tarascou, to a room full of family and friends,”He really, truly, is Sanger.” Tarascou described Sanders as someone who ...

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Sanger Kiwanis Youth Basketball Ages 5-7

The Sanger Kiwanis Youth Basketball season is under way, with a large audience of more than 80 people in attendance, at the 5-7 age group games on Saturday. The 5-7 year old games do not keep score and focus on ...

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Sanger SAM Academy Winter Camp Fun

The Sanger Science, Art and Music (SAM) Academy held its inaugural Winter Camp, during the recent Sanger Unified Winter Break. More than 25 kids participated, this past Wednesday, in art, science, and music activities. The Winter Camp was held every ...

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Sanger Woman’s Club Begin New Year With Award And New Member

The Sanger Woman’s Club began the new year with an award and a new member, during their January lunch. The “Year of the Horse” themed lunch was the first of the year. The Club was awarded a plaque by the ...

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Raymond Alaniz Graduates Sanger High Mid-Year

Congratulations to Raymond Alaniz on his mid-year Sanger High 2014 graduation. On the Friday before Winter Break, a small graduation ceremony was held, in the Sanger Library, for Sanger High Senior, Alaniz. Family, friends and Sanger Unified staff gathered in ...

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Wilson K-2 Winter Program

Wilson Elementary School held its TK through Second Grade Winter Program prior to Winter Break. Students performed classics like “Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer,” and “All I Want For Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth.” The Wilson Glee and Guitar ...

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