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Local Vocal Quartet 'Surprise!'
The featured quartet is the 2014 Regional 2nd place winner, Surprise! These women were “just going to sing a love song,” but when they heard their sound… Well, it was a delightful surprise to them all, and Surprise! was born.
Photo courtesy of Sierra Gold Chorus

Sierra Gold Chorus Presents “The Secrets of Christmas”

Posted: 12/3/2014

AUBURN, CA (MPG) - Did you ever have a secret that you couldn’t wait to share? This is the time of year when we keep secrets about a certain gift that we give to a special someone. Well, it is no secret that Sierra Gold Chorus, the Auburn Chapter of Sweet Adelines International, is presenting “The Secrets of Christmas.” The chorus can hardly wait to share this special performance with you on Saturday, December 13th at 2 p.m. at Calvary Chapel of Auburn, 1101 Auburn Ravine Road, Auburn.

The Sierra Gold Chorus, under the direction of Ron Black, promises to reveal the many “Secrets of Christmas” while singing traditional and contemporary Christmas songs. The members of the chorus will be joined by 14 Christmas Chorus ladies who perform with the chorus just for this show. Several quartets and a double quartet will add to the musical delight.

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Yosemite Sustainability Conference Announced

Event Designed To Help Businesses, Government, and Non-Profits

Posted: 12/3/2014

Long View Up Yosemite Valley
The conference will provide information about some of the most impactful environmental issues such as climate change, greenhouse gas reduction, water management, energy management, waste stream reduction and transportation fuels.

YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK, CA (MPG) - Yosemite Gateway Partners is hosting the first Yosemite Sustainability Conference in Yosemite National Park December 8- 10, 2014. The conference is a three-day learning and networking forum dedicated to helping local and state businesses, government agencies, and non-profit organizations transition to economic, environmental, and social sustainability through best practices.

The conference will provide information about some of the most impactful environmental issues such as climate change, greenhouse gas reduction, water management, energy management, waste stream reduction and transportation fuels. Attendees will learn about implementable solutions, tools, resources, and best practices from experts in the fields of water, energy, waste management and air resources.

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Children Smile Over Gifts
As the holidays draw near, please share your blessings with those who need your help.

Season of Giving Begins

By Paula Mosqueda
Posted: 11/19/2014

AUDBURN, CA (MPG) - The holiday season is nearing. Now, more than at any other time of year, we stop and consider everything for which we can be grateful. We count our blessings. We also look around and see those who are not as fortunate as we. The Christmas season is the time we generously share our blessings with those who need a helping hand.

For over 30 years, the Auburn Area Christmas Basket Program has annually served some 500 families and over 2,500 individuals. This program provides less fortunate families and individuals with two weeks of food such as meat, bread, vegetables, and even new toys for the children.

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Jessica Daugherty

Placer Land Trust Assistant Director Receives “40 Under 40” Award

Posted: 11/19/2014

PLACER COUNTY, CA (MPG) - Placer Land Trust is pleased to announce that Assistant Director Jessica Daugherty has been selected as one of the 2014 “40 Under 40” business professionals by the Sacramento Business Journal (SBJ). Daugherty will be presented with the award at a ceremony hosted by SBJ at the Mix Downtown on November 19th.

Each year the SBJ honors 40 people under age 40 from the Sacramento Region who excel in their profession and make a difference in their community. The awardees are selected by a panel of independent judges from the nominations received. In 2013, Daugherty was a runner up for the award and was selected among the top 100 nominations.

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20th Annual Cowpoke Fall Gathering

Posted: 11/5/2014

Cowpokes Gathered at 2011 Roping Event
Left to Right: Dr. J. Patrick Johnson, Jeff Severson, Bert Braun, Bridget Johnson, Pat Richardson, Chris Issac, John Kintz, Donna Roddy, Jack Roddy.
Front Row: unknown cowboy and dog, Larry Maurice.
Photos courtesy Cowpoke Fall Gathering

LOOMIS, CA (MPG) - If you’ve never been to the Cowpoke Fall Gathering, now is your chance. This year’s schedule is full of great poets, singers, and storytellers, and the audience will be full of cowboys, cowgirls, and western folklore enthusiasts who return year after year for a dose of western folk art and fun.

This year’s performers are Paul Zarzyski, Juni Fisher, Pat Richardson, Larry Maurice, Jeff Severson, John Kintz, and Bill Brewster. There will also be Cowboy Church, featuring spiritual poetry and music on Sunday.

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Oakmont Student Starts “Got Balls” Program to Help Juvenile Victims of Crime

Posted: 11/5/2014

Scott Owens, Jeff Wilson, Mallory Mason, and Fiona Tuttle
Pictured left to right: Scott Owens, Placer County district attorney; Jeff Wilson, assistant district attorney; Mallory Mason, Oakmont High School student; and Fiona Tuttle, MDIC coordinator.

ROSEVILLE, CA (MPG) - Oakmont High School Junior Mallory Mason (17) has always wanted to do something to make a difference in the lives of children. The tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut was a reminder of innocence interrupted, and when a teacher challenged Mallory’s class to take a dream and put it into action, Mallory decided to take her love of sports and help children in need.

Armed with flyers to share with her soccer team and friends at school, and to distribute at her parents’ offices, Mallory started a 30-day challenge to collect sports balls for the children seen at the Placer Multi-Disciplinary Center (MDIC), an organization where children are interviewed as victims or witnesses of felony crimes. “I hoped to collect 26 balls in memory of the children and teachers at Sandy Hook and was so excited to deliver 108 balls to MDIC. It was great,” exclaimed Mallory. The delivery included footballs, soccer balls, basketballs, volleyballs, foursquare balls, and even a Frisbee. “Knowing what those kids have to go through when they are ready to talk about tough situations is really hard, but giving them something to keep their mind off it helps.”

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Arms and Legs are Not a Luxury

By Linda Harper
Posted: 10/22/2014


Sacramento Region Continues Impressive Water Use Reductions in August

14 Agencies Cut Water Use by 20 Percent or More

Posted: 10/22/2014


55 Tons of Trash Removed During Great Sierra River Cleanup

Posted: 10/8/2014


Sierra Business Council Announces Launch of Development Center

Posted: 10/8/2014


High Street Restoration Update

Posted: 10/8/2014


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