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CSD buttons up draft budget

For the first time in months, all five directors were present at the Cameron Park Community Services District board meeting. The most pressing issue of the night was the adoption of the draft Fiscal year 2017-18 budget. The board passed the draft budget unanimously, noting that work on the district’s finances needs to continue through […]

Tails wag in this Ponderosa High class

One lucky group of high schoolers gets to bring dogs to class instead of homework. These students are enrolled in Julie Gilroy’s Animal Health Careers course at Ponderosa High School, and they recently brought the dogs to practice canine restraints for various veterinary procedures.

The class is one of many offered to juniors and seniors as part of the Central Sierra Regional Occupation Program.

Local man killed in Vegas massacre remembered

Kurt Von Tillow, 55, of Cameron Park was killed during the horrific Oct. 1 shooting at the Route 91 Harvest festival in Las Vegas.

Von Tillow attended the concert with his wife, daughter, son-in-law, sister and niece. His sister and niece were injured and had to be hospitalized while his wife, daughter and son-in-law were unhurt, according to reports received last week.

20 years of Tumble Time

The gym currently offers year-round classes for infants to teenagers. All are led by trained and certified instructors.

“The community kind of forced us into getting bigger and bigger,” joked Joe Trageser, Becky’s husband and co-owner of Tumble Time. The couple started Tumble Time when they were in their mid-20s and bursting with energy and ideas.

CSD board talks budget, fire

With two new members sworn in just two days prior, the Cameron Park Community Service Board of Directors met on Sept. 25 to address the district’s budget and fire service. Following the resignations of Directors Scott McNeil and Amy Blackmon, the board was unable to take action on the fiscal year 2017-18 budget at the […]

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

Fallen deputy honored at Pondo football game

The Ponderosa High School Key Club honored Robert French, a Sacramento sheriff’s deputy and El Dorado County resident killed in the line of duty this summer, at the school’s Sept. 23 football game. The ceremony took place before the start of the varsity game and included members of French’s family and a military honor guard. […]

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

New directors take seats on CPCSD board

At a packed Saturday morning meeting, the Cameron Park Community Services District Board of Directors appointed two new members to fill the seats left vacant after last month’s resignations. Ellie Wooten and Monique Scobey emerged from a crowded field of 20 candidates to win the appointments. Directors Wooten and Scobey were sworn in and given […]

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