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Local scout raises funds for Grace Foundation

Kaythan Somavarapu an Eagle Scout from local Boy Scout Troop 454 has raised $1,300 to support Grace Foundation. Kaythan, an animal lover wanted to help the Grace Foundation and all the animals that call it a home. He request for donations to Grace Foundation instead of any personal gifts to him at his recent Eagle […]

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Priest earns new stripes

Chaplain Cox becomes a commander with the help of his children. Courtesy photo

Following regularly scheduled services at Faith Episcopal Church in Cameron Park,  Rev. Dr. Sean Cox quickly shed his vestments for his Navy uniform in preparation for his promotion ceremony from lieutenant commander to commander in the U.S. Navy Reserve. Administering the oath in front of the Faith congregation was Col. Christopher Starling, U.S. Marine Corps, […]

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Kittens and cats need ‘fur’ever homes

These kittens and many more are looking for a good home. Courtesy photo

Kitten season is in full swing and the El Dorado County Animal Services shelter in Placerville is reaching out to the community to encourage adoptions. “Our shelter is nearly full with some amazing kittens and cats right now, and we are asking the public to help us find these beautiful animals loving homes,” said Allison […]

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First EDH Cabinet foundation grants announced

The El Dorado Community Foundation’s El Dorado Hills Cabinet recently awarded its first grants. In response to the outreach to local nonprofits organizations, service clubs, schools and churches in the area, cabinet members received 19 returned requests for funding. “All of us in the cabinet were pleased to receive so many quality applications from such a […]

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Crime watch: July 4-10

Thirsty thieves July 4: Unknown suspect(s) stole a 12-pack of beer from a business on Town Center Boulevard. Under the gun July 4: An unknown subject entered a residence on Wilson Boulevard and stole a firearm. Those aren’t sparklers July 4: Deputies observed a subject lighting fireworks in the middle of the roadway on Gillett Drive. […]

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Music workshop July 21

California State University, Sacramento will offer free classical music, played by some of the finest musicians, this summer as part of its CalCap Chamber Music Workshop, from Sunday, July 21, through Friday, Aug. 2. This year’s workshop is drawing intermediate and advanced musicians from as far away as Washington state, Minnesota and Canada. The course […]

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Caribbean night fundraiser to help barn cats

WEB barn cats

Pirates and barn cats will share more than just temperament this July as Animal Outreach hosts its evening extravaganza and fundraiser, “Barn Cats of the Caribbean,” Saturday, July 20, at the Cameron Park Community Center. The evening event is both a fundraiser for Animal Outreach’s Barn Cat Program and a celebration of the program’s third […]

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