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Runaway Stage Productions presents family favorite ‘Seussical’

The Cat in the Hat and other favorite Dr. Seuss characters return to Runaway Stage. Courtsy photo

SACRAMENTO — Seussical the Musical, the perfect musical for families and theatregoers of all ages comes to Runaway Stage Productions, Feb. 28 through March 23, at the 24th Street Theatre. The incredible Cat in the Hat narrates a magical story featuring the very best of Dr. Seuss characters and stories. “There is Horton the Elephant, […]

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Prevent tax-related identity theft

SAN FRANCISCO — California Attorney General Kamala D. Harris recently issued the following tips for Californians to follow to prevent tax-related identity theft as the annual tax compiling and filing process begins. Tax-related identity theft increases in January and commonly occurs when: Thieves use stolen personal information to file tax returns in someone else’s name […]

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Senior Peer Counseling seeks volunteers

Facing the challenges of aging is difficult for many seniors in El Dorado County. El Dorado County’s Senior Peer Counselors program helps seniors by providing trained volunteers under professional guidance who offer lay counseling in a confidential, one-to-one setting. SPC volunteers encourage clients to discover their own answers to the issues that are common to […]

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Run for fine arts

Join the El Dorado County Office of Education in the first fundraiser run to benefit the Sugarloaf Station Foundation on March 29. Sugarloaf Fine Arts Camp is supported by the Sugarloaf Station Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit foundation that provides partial scholarships for campers. Runners will enjoy a part-paved, part-dirt, out and back course over what […]

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Buckeye Foundation offers students more

First the Buckeye Education Foundation raised funds for a designated PE teacher for its district’s elementary school students. Then it ensured greater access to the libraries at the eight school sites by funding library aides. Now the foundation is close to fulfilling another goal: All students in grades third through eighth will have access to a […]

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Wallace Fullerton joins EDH Fire Board

Wallace Fullerton

Retired Marysville police chief and former L.A. County sheriff’s lieutenant Wallace Fullerton has seen riots, natural disasters, contentious politics and more paperwork than one dares imagine. Now settled in El Dorado Hills, the 56-year-old retiree’s ready to roll up his sleeves for another round of public service — this time as the newest El Dorado […]

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Student of the Month: Evan Bagdis

Friends, family and Rotarians gather around Student of the Month Evan Bagdis. Village Life photo by Noel Stack

Fifth-grader Evan Bagdis’ work ethic earned applause and more at last week’s Rotary Club of El Dorado Hills meeting. The Silva Valley Elementary School student received the Student of the Month award. Science and math are Evan’s favorite subjects and he also loves baseball, being both an A’s and Giants fan. Principal Kathy Holliman said […]

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