Now, everyone knows that smoking is bad for your health, and many people pay for their habit with years of their lives. Smoking however doesn’t only drain your health, but also your pocketbook. Many would be surprised by just how much money is spent by smokers every single year.
The Crocker Art Museum’s first annual Family Palooza was a huge success! There were games, art projects, a concert, and storytelling. This free event had a huge turnout!
To be successful is something almost all students at Hiram Johnson desire, but only some truly strive for it. These students are the ones with friends and family to support them in anything they choose to become. This unique program provides a safety net of support on campus, and so anyone who falls they catch.
If you’re in the Citrus Heights or Foothill Farms area and looking for fresh produce, live music, and more, the Sunrise Farmer’s Market might be the place for you! Located in the parking lot behind Sears at the Sunrise Mall, the Farmer’s Market is the perfect place to buy produce on the weekends.
If you would like to hear more of the ending track, you can go here to find out more about The Undulations.
On Saturday, May 18th, the Crest Theater opened it’s doors for the first annual fundraising gala for the organization Kids Helping Kids. The non-profit, youth-led organization drew a huge crowd and did a lot to benefit their community. For more information about Kids Helping Kids, you can visit their website, here.
After the tragic death of Michelle Murigi, a crosswalk at 58th and Fruitridge is at the top of the list for many of the Fruitridge Mannor community members. Many people from all over Sacramento came to support the fight for this crosswalk. They all gathered to strategize the best way to ensure the crosswalk is built soon, as the community has been hurt enough.
Fresh Producers is now providing their services at Luther Burbank High School. They host a farm stand full of fresh fruits and vegetables every Thursday from 3:00 to 6:00 in the school parking lot. In this video, we talk to one of the students who is in the program.
Ever wonder what your life would be like if we didn’t have technology? In an experiment, I decided to try it out for two weeks. Though it was difficult, in the end I feel as though it helped me have a better understanding of the fact that technology is a wonderful thing, but not something that needs to take control of your life.
At 10 o’clock sharp on Saturday, April 13th, Creek Week activities became open to anyone and everyone willing to participate. Hundreds of motivated volunteers did a wonderful job at clearing out the countless amount of waste. Hopefully, this year’s haul outweighed the amazing 15 tons that was drawn out of Sacramento’s urban waterways last year. The only thing wrong with Creek Week is that it only comes once a year!