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Miss Lillie’s great gospel plays Rolling Hills

Nancy Curtis Special to Village Life Famed Christian vocalist Lillie Knauls will appear at Rolling Hills Christian Church, 800 White Rock Road in El Dorado Hills, on Thursday evening, Aug. 18, at 6:30 p.m. The public is invited to this free concert. Miss Lillie, as she is affectionately known, came into worldwide recognition when she started […]

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Rolling Hills Church hosts national leadership event

“The power of what we do is not just in the day-to-day. It’s in thinking big ways beyond ourselves to change the world,” SAP AG CEO Bill McDermott said during Leadercast Live last Friday. Gems of wisdom like these were peppered throughout the televised event from Atlanta, which was streamed to 750 host sites around […]

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Best Charitable Organization: Rolling Hills Christain Church

Reaching out to those in physical and spiritual need — that’s what the Rolling Hills congregation does best through its numerous local and international programs. “Jesus cared for people in need so we care for people in need; it’s that simple,” said senior Pastor Bill Search. “We strive to follow the teaching and example of […]

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Rolling Hills Warriors go big

The Rolling Hills Middle School wrestling team, known as the Warrior Factory, has achieved great success this season. In the past two weekends the team took third at the Folsom Athletic League Championship Tournament and also placed third at the County Area Championship Tournament. The Folsom Athletic League Championship includes all middle school programs in […]

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Rolling Hills Middle School takes on Hour of Code

Rolling Hills Middle School students joined school children globally Friday as they participated in the Hour of Code, a challenge to get 10 million children worldwide to spend one hour learning about computer science. Getting 1,025 students logged on to the same site at the same time to learn computer code was the biggest obstacle, […]

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Rolling Hills pastor says good-bye

Sunday marked the end of an era at Rolling Hills Christian Church, and though Pastor Jeff Bigelow delivered his last sermon he insists the church’s best days are ahead. After 17 years, the 57-year-old pastor stepped down and handed his congregation over to incoming Pastor Bill Search. Search, 40, who moved here with his wife […]

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Rolling Hills goes international

The gym at Rolling Hills Middle School was transformed into a mecca of multiculturalism last Friday as more than 500 attendees came out for Buckeye Union School District’s second annual International Festival. Rolling Hills’ parent and event organizer Cigdem Askin led the charge once more, after first piloting the program at Oak Meadow Elementary last year. […]

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