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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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Thankful for the red lights and sirens

By Cheryl Senn When there is an emergency, a person would like to know that help is on its way. They don’t want to know who the firefighters and safety personnel are, they just want to feel secure in the ...

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Moving forward, not backward, with hope

By Cheryl Senn With recent national events on my mind, I was thinking about what could help the situation. It seems there is no perfect solution. Henry Ford once said,”If everyone is moving forward together, then success takes care of ...

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Be kind to human kind

By Benjamin James Ayala, Guest Columnist Something I have experienced quite frequently between having two jobs and working my way through college is that people can become busy in their daily live. Sometimes so busy that they cannot see good ...

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Enjoy the 4th of July while helping prevent fire-related injuries…a Message from Sanger Fire Chief Greg Tarascou

By Sanger Fire Chief Greg Tarascou On July 4th we will celebrate our Country’s Independence Day. While this is a time of festivities and celebration it is also a time when we can be injured by fireworks or burned from ...

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Find Your Adventure

By Cheryl Senn During my trip to visit relatives and attend a military internment, my family took the opportunity to go sight-seeing. It is not that often that my family gets to visit relatives in Montana. And it is not ...

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Inspiration comes from believing we can

By Cheryl Senn This past week I had to opportunity to make a presentation to a group of parents about the Parent Teacher Association (PTA). I am the Sanger Council PTA president and was invited to speak to some new ...

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Taking the step toward college and the future

By Cheryl Senn The end of the school year is usually filled with promotions and graduations in Sanger Unified. It seems like there is more than one ceremony per day until the last day of school. I was thinking about ...

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Don’t judge me, just love me

By Cheryl Senn As I was walking through the more than 200 cars at the recent Sanger High Car Show, I saw a few vehicles labeled Do Not Judge. I asked one of the high school students why that sign was ...

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