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Visually impaired teen finds his stride

Erik and Terri Foster had a feeling that their son Mitchell Foster had poor vision despite being told otherwise by eye doctors for years. He had some milestone delays as a baby and did sit extremely close to the TV, but he’d always thrived as an athlete. After years of frustrating misdiagnoses, the mystery was finally […]

January 04, 2017 | Posted in Feature Photos | Tagged ,

Rotary bike donations bring holiday cheer

The Rotary Club of Cameron Park recently delivered on its tradition of giving refurbished bicycles to underprivileged children. This holiday season 40 bicycles were delivered to El Dorado County families in need and dozens more went to families at Mather Veterans Village in Rancho Cordova and to the Union Gospel Mission in Sacramento. All the donated bikes, […]

January 03, 2017 | Posted in Cameron Park Life | Tagged ,

Shingle Springs couple celebrates a ride of a lifetime

Tom and Lucille Livingstone looked nonplussed as they sat in their comfortable home in Shingle Springs, contemplating the question they had just been asked: What is your secret for 70 years of marriage? The Livingstones celebrated their 70th anniversary on Dec. 1 but the reasons they stayed together and supported one another through thick and […]

January 03, 2017 | Posted in Cameron Park Life | Tagged ,

New library program helps determined students succeed

During her senior year of high school Skyler Ousley lost her drive and dropped out. “After I left Ponderosa High I regretted not having the motivation to work through it and make a better life for myself,” she said. She looked into several alternatives to high school, but had trouble with scheduling and other issues. […]

January 03, 2017 | Posted in Cameron Park Life | Tagged ,

Scouts give to friends in Haiti

El Dorado Hills Girl Scout Troop 2763 sewed 150 pillowcase dresses and recently presented them to representatives from Hands Together in Haiti during Mass at Holy Trinity. Father Tom Hagan of Hands Together and two young men, Jimmy and Alexander, who were once children in the schools and now work at the non-profit, came to […]

December 28, 2016 | Posted in Feature Photos | Tagged ,

EDH mom brings music and math to youngsters

El Dorado Hills resident Cheryl Dean offered a free session of her Music Math & Me program to young children, parents and caregivers on a recent Friday morning inside the El Dorado Hills Library. Sign-ups for weekly Music Math & Me classes held at the El Dorado Hills Community Services District beginning Jan. 3 are happening […]

December 28, 2016 | Posted in Feature Photos | Tagged ,

EDH woman pays it forward

If you saw more than 100 kids in Santa hats running up a hill off Sophia Parkway Dec. 20 it wasn’t an optical illusion. The little Santas were there to celebrate the second annual It Takes a Village fundraiser organized by El Dorado Hills mother Kimberly Trier as a way to say thank you to her extended village […]

December 28, 2016 | Posted in Feature Photos | Tagged ,
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