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Torah dedication ceremony, parade coming to Folsom

FOLSOM — It takes a specially trained scribe one year to write, by hand, a Torah Scroll — The Jewish Bible containing the sacred Five Books of Moses. So when it’s done, or nearly so, it is cause for a joyous communitywide celebration. On Sunday, April 6, beginning at noon, The Chabad Jewish Community Center […]

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CSD fields get a water-wise makeover

The buzz around EDH is "Why's the field brown?" Crews are working to beautify the area and, more importantly, conserve water with drought tolerant turf and modern irrigation infrastructure. The fields are closed to the public until August. Village Life photo by Julie Samrick

Heads turned last week as the north and south fields at the El Dorado Hills Community Services District’s Community Park turned completely brown, but they’ll be greener and more vibrant than ever after they undergo irrigation infrastructure and turf renovations. “Irrigation technologies have come a long way and it’s increasingly important for the EDHCSD to […]

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Seniors, community celebrate day care grand opening

Helen Joachim, 94, stands in the the El Dorado Hills Senior Day Care's outdoor terrace and memory garden during the facility's grand opening event Thursday afternoon. She hopes to be a regular in the day care program. Village Life photo by Julie Samrick.

It was standing room only at the El Dorado Hills’ Senior Day Care’s grand opening last Thursday afternoon, the event marking a win-win not only for El Dorado Hills’ seniors and caregivers, but for the whole county. District 1 Supervisor Ron Mikulaco opened the ribbon cutting ceremony by acknowledging key players, including El Dorado Hills […]

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Folsom Chamber salutes business and community leaders

2014-15 Folsom Chamber Board Chair Jim den Dulk, right, presents Wall of Fame award to Tina Polley. Photo by Roberta Long

In his last official action as 2013-14 chair of the of the Folsom Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, Russ Davis awarded the Chairman’s Award to Robert “Bob” Flautt. As Davis revealed the name of the award recipient to the sellout crowd for the Folsom Chamber’s Annual Awards luncheon at the Lake Natoma Inn on […]

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Robbery suspect sought

Detectives are looking for this man suspected in two armed robberies. Courtesy photo

The El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s assistance in identifying a suspect in two armed robberies. An unidentified man armed with a handgun entered a convenience store in the 3400 block of Coach Lane in Cameron Park between 1 and 2 a.m. on March 15, according to a sheriff’s press release. […]

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Girls lacrosse: Oak Ridge girls unload on Broncos

Lady Trojan Madisyn Hallare passes the ball during Friday's home match against Bella Vista. Oak ridge came out on top 26-1. Village Life photo by Ernest Valenzuela III

Coming off its frustrating defeat to Granite Bay, the Oak Ridge varsity girls lacrosse program bounced back with a vengeance Friday night, improving to 6-2 with a 26-1 rout of Bella Vista Friday night at home. Scoring four goals in four minutes to jump ahead, the Lady Trojans made quick work of a struggling Bella […]

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Boys lacrosse: Trojans’ rally falls short

A halftime speech motivated the Oak Ridge High lacrosse team to come back in Saturday’s nonleague game against Foothill but the Pleasanton school hung on to post an 8-5 win. Trailing 5-1 at halftime, Trojan Josh Wellman scored less than a minute into the third period. Prior to taking the field, Troy coach Chad Walden and […]

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