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May is Foster Parent Appreciation Month

“It’s that time of year to thank all of the foster care families in El Dorado County,” said Jayle Goucher, manager of the El Dorado County Foster Family Home Licensing Program. “Foster parents provide a critical role for children in our community who have been displaced from their homes because of neglect or abuse. These […]

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Hands4Hope feeds hungry crowd ready to give back

This year the Hands4Hope Youth Board recently hosted its second annual spaghetti feed fundraiser to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters and Hands4Hope charities. The evening was a major success, raising nearly $3,000.  About 175 people enjoyed a delicious spaghetti dinner served by the board members. “The youth board did an amazing job getting food donations, […]

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Eagle Scout Grant Snyder designs perfect project

Grant Snyder of El Dorado Hills earned the rank of Eagle Scout.  Grant’s Court of Honor was held at Bertelsen Park on Aug. 11, 2012. Grant began scouting in first grade, starting as a Tiger Cub in Pack 789 in Gilroy. After moving to El Dorado Hills in 2002, Grant joined Cub Scout Pack 454 […]

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EDH Crime Watch: April 25 through May 1

The following information was taken from El Dorado County sheriff’s reports: Busted April 25: Deputies arrested a 17-year-old boy allegedly found in possession of property stolen from three different vehicles. Unlocked April 25: Someone stole items from an unlocked vehicle parked on Town Center Boulevard. Another open door April 26: A thief stole items from […]

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Toast to Wildlife showcases SWR’s success

It was a howler of a good time at Sierra Wildlife Rescue’s Toast to Wildlife Champagne Brunch at the Cameron Park Country Club on Sunday, April 28. Supporters interacted with rescued wildlife, heard a fascinating presentation on wolves, enjoyed a sumptuous brunch and took their chances on silent auction items and raffles. The most popular part […]

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Hometown hero: Daniel Naygrow

Army Pvt. Daniel M. Naygrow Jr.  has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. During the nine weeks of training, the soldier studied the Army mission, history, tradition and core values, physical fitness, and received instruction and practice in basic combat skills, military weapons, chemical warfare and bayonet training, drill and ceremony, […]

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Marshall Medical Center receives grant to fund life-saving services

The Susan G. Komen Sacramento Valley Affiliate awarded more than $750,000 to 21 local organizations in its 19-county service area. The grants are given to organizations to help provide education, support services, mammography screening and diagnostic programs to local residents. Since its inception in 1997, Komen Sacramento Valley has invested more than $17 million into […]

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