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Pastor Gary Duran, from Family Worship Center, speaks at the recent Sanger Rotary Lunch, about Project Purple. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

Making Sanger a better place to live for youth is Project Purple’s mission

By Cheryl Senn Project Purple, was the main topic of discussion, when Pastor Gary Duran, from Family Worship Center, spoke at the recent Sanger Rotary Club lunch. Duran, who moved to Sanger from Colorado, back in 1995, said he had never encountered gangs, back where he lived. When he arrived he was surprised to find…

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About CherylSenn

CherylSenn
Cheryl Senn is a freelance writer and photographer who has lived in the community of Sanger for more than 20 years. She is the mother of two daughters, Althea and Xena. Cheryl volunteers her time, in the community, in a variety of ways. She has been a Parent Teacher Association (PTA) leader for more than 15 years. In addition to PTA, Cheryl is a board member for the Sanger Community Task Force, Sanger Woman’s Club, HOPE Sanger, and a Fresno County 4H Project Leader. Cheryl’s goal is to help people see why Sanger is a great community to live in.