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United Ways of California is a nonprofit that promotes community well-being by focusing on education, health, and finances.

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Young Teens and Adults Lead Florin Road Litter Abatement Efforts

02/14/2024

Spending an early morning picking up parking lot trash only to return in a few days to it being just as litter-filled is a defeating feeling, according to 19-year-old clean-up participant Darius Jacobs.

Local United Way Adds Impact Director

02/05/2024

Sia Magadan of Rio Linda has joined United Way California Capital Region as director of its impact department, which runs the nonprofit’s many programs focused on ending poverty for local families starting in school.

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Future of Folsom’s iconic City Park train in hands of City Council

For more than three decades, local resident Terry Gold has operated and maintained the small scale Folsom Valley Railroad that is an iconic part of Folsom’s Lions Park.  With retirement and a residential relocation in sight for Gold, the future …

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Local Girl Scouts Sharpen Entrepreneurship Skills as 2024 Cookie Season Kicks Off

Girl Scouts Heart of Central California (GSHCC) is Excited to Announce the Official Launch of the 2024 Girl Scout Cookie SeasonOriginal article published at American River Messenger

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Nearly 25 Local Museums to Participate in Free Museum Weekend in March

Nearly 25 Sacramento Area Museums Are Collaborating to Present a Free Museum Weekend on March 2-3, 2024Original article published at Carmichael Times

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Community organizer Hazel Watson on the power of relationship-building as a pathway to stronger communities

By Hannah Ross Hazel Watson has over seven years of experience networking and advocating on important issues within the Sacramento community from housing and homelessness...

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Counting Sacramento’s homeless: Volunteers set out across region for biennial Point-In-Time Count

By Chris Nichols and Keyshawn Davis Heather Coffman says she left her home nearly two decades ago to escape the domestic violence that shattered her...

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​​Nominations open for countywide 5 over 50 volunteer awards

Sacramento County is celebrating individuals who are 50 years of age and older who dedicate their time, energy, and passion to making our community a better place. The Sacramento County Adult and Aging Commission is now taking applications for its …

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Folsom City Zoo offering 2024 docent training classes

Interested in helping at the Folsom City Zoo?  Well now is your chance to do so. Sign ups have opened to register for the 2024 Folsom City Zoo Sanctuary Docent Training class. The class is required for all prospective city zoo …

Image caption: Assembly Speaker Robert Rivas chats with Assemblymember Reggie Jones-Sawyer on the first day of the new legislative session Wednesday.
California Legislature Opens 2024 Session With Packed Agenda

State lawmakers reconvene with a lot of problems to fix, but not a lot of money to spend on solutions with a projected $68 billion budget deficit.

Image caption: When the calendar turns to 2024, undocumented Californian adults will become eligible for the state's public health insurance program, Medi-Cal.
All Undocumented Californians Eligible for Medi-Cal for First Time

Undocumented Californians are leaving health care clinics with “smiles” after they learn they’re newly eligible for Medi-Cal insurance. The health insurance expansion was decades in the making for immigrant advocates.

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Broderick, Bryte Community Center Finally Opening

Community Center in West Sacramento to Hold Grand Opening on Saturday, January 27, 2024Original article published at West Sacramento News-Ledger

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