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POM Wonderful employees volunteer to beautify Del Rey

Compiled The POM Wonderful volunteer initiative across Del Rey turned out to be a great event, with over 300 POM Wonderful employees participating. The majority of the POM Wonderful workforce resides in Del Rey and strives to make a positive ...

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BTP will be performing the famous musical”Guys and Dolls” this summer

By Cheryl Senn More than 40 local actors and actresses have been auditioning, practicing and adjusting their costumes in preparation for the opening day of the Blossom Trail Players (BTP) production of Guys and Dolls. “We originally chose “King and ...

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New BTP Junior Company acquiring skills and confidence for live performances

By Cheryl Senn This summer season there will be an additional 19 reasons to attend the Blossom Trail Players (BTP) play performances, with the addition of the Junior Company, in the fourth season of the BTP summer play production.  Prior ...

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CERT Unit will soon be equipped to support local firefighters and community

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger Fire Department has its Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) working on converting a retired ambulance into a CERT Emergency Response Vehicle Unit.  According to Rolinda Hernandez, Sanger Fire Department (SFD) Administrative Secretary and CERT team ...

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Honoring Sanger announces upcoming community projects at inaugural awards ceremony

By Cheryl Senn Honoring Sanger, a new local non-profit organization, hosted their inaugural awards and kick off event last week. According to a press release, Honoring Sanger is a new local non-profit organization that will be joining together with Sanger’s ...

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Design and Phasing Plan approved, by City Council, for proposed Sanger Veterans Memorial Plaza

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger City Council unanimously voted, 5-0, to approve the design and phasing plan for the proposed Sanger Veterans Memorial Plaza and authorized staff to proceed with finalizing Phase I design and to prepare the bid documents, ...

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Meet new Code Enforcement Officer Isaiah Lopez and Program Technician Derek Sylvester

By Cheryl Senn There are two new City of Sanger staff members who are working hard to meet the needs of the community. Derek Sylvester is the new Program Technician and Isaiah Lopez is the new Code Enforcement Officer.  New ...

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New Comcast high performance network at Kings River Tech Park supports economic development

By Cheryl Senn There are high hopes of bringing new businesses to the City of Sanger with the recent Comcast Business announcement and official ribbon cutting for the completed $300,000 fiber optic network expansion project in Sanger, California.  “What Sanger ...

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Omega Delta Sigma collects hygiene items, at House of Pendragon, to help homeless veterans

By Cheryl Senn This past weekend, the National Veterans Fraternity, Omega Delta Sigma, at Fresno State, teamed teamed up with veterans groups, in Fresno, Sanger, and Reedley, to support local homeless veterans. “Our goal was to gather hygiene items for ...

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“It’s Elementary” was the theme of the 94th Sanger Chamber Annual Awards Banquet

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger Community Center was filled with a sold out audience for the 94th Sanger District Chamber of Commerce Annual Awards Banquet honoring members of the fire, police, and community. More than 300 people filled the tables ...

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