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The Senn Files

It’s all a juggling act…

By Cheryl Senn As I walked in to this morning’s Sanger Council Parent Teacher Association (PTA) meeting, where I am the president, my fellow board members said good morning and asked me how I was doing. Before I could answer, ...

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Let’s Work Together

By Cheryl Senn At a recent Sanger Woman’s Club board meeting, our new yearbooks were handed out. The yearbook included an updated member contact list, new cover photos, and a new collect. The collect is what club members would recite, ...

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Find your rhythm

By Cheryl Senn While attending one of the Sanger District Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting ceremonies, I noticed a sign on the wall of the new Verizon Store. The sign said “Find your rhythm.” The words resonated with me, even ...

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HOPE is the Anthem

By Cheryl Senn Lately it seems people are feeling a little disillusioned with the upcoming election and the candidates to choose from. They are not sure of what choice to make. Some businesses are struggling and feel like they are ...

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A community with a soul for families

By Cheryl Senn While strolling through downtown Sanger, during the first, of four, Sanger District Chamber of Commerce Farmer’s Market and Street Faire, I noticed a man with a toddler atop his shoulders. The toddler was looking all around at ...

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Haters Make Us Famous

By Cheryl Senn Even in a community of caring, there can be an individual who just can’t be happy for those around him/her. High schoolers and junior high kids refer to a person like this as a ‘hater’. It is ...

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Back to School Observations…Are you ready?

By Cheryl Senn It seemed like the back to school tradition and ritual varies with each family and the age of the child going back to school. Some parents were ready for their children to go back to school more ...

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Teamwork

By Cheryl Senn After attending a few Sanger Unified School District (SUSD) meet and greets for Transitional Kindergarten and Kindergarten along with some Back to School Nights, I realized how much of a team each campus has developed to be ...

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Something bigger

By Cheryl Senn While watching people gather at St. Mary’s Summer Community Festival to enjoy live entertainment, play games, visit informational booths, and eat some good food, I noticed there was something bigger happening than just a festival. There was ...

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Stronger Together

By Cheryl Senn The other day I was invited to take pictures at the John Wash Elementary School Transitional Kindergarten and Kindergarten Meet and Greet Event. As I walked up to the registration table I saw the canopy above the ...

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