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PG&E empowers youth through employment

PG&E empowers youth through employment

Applications can be turned in at the Raley Teen Center in Downtown or the Teichert Branch in South Sacramento.

This summer, many students in the Sacramento area will be taking advantage of a wonderful opportunity sponsored by PG&E and the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Sacramento. The PG&E Summer Jobs Program is back for a second time to teach Sacramento’s youth skills in job readiness and employ 55 of them over the course of 6 weeks.

Arden Hills Presents Wellness Seminar about Incorporating Soul Purpose in Business

Arden Hills Presents Wellness Seminar about Incorporating Soul Purpose in Business

High-pressure careers, conflict on the job and unresolved issues at work often cause undue stress on the body. 

At the next Wellness Education Seminar, Soul Purpose Expert Sasha Sabbeth will share ways to help achieve prosperity, creativity, and internal harmony in business at the upcoming -- and complimentary -- Wellness Education Seminar titled “Let Your Soul Creatively Guide You in Business” on Wednesday, March 12, at 6 p.m. at Arden Hills. Guests will gain valuable insight and learn more about how to use Soul Purpose and intuition to guide decision-making at the office.

For more information about this helpful and complimentary Wellness Education Seminar at Arden Hills, please call 916-482-6111 or visit http://www.ardenhills.net/sports-fitness/nutrition/wellness-seminars/

East Sac Project Coming Before Planning Commission

East Sac Project Coming Before Planning Commission

A Community Process

The below information is from the Sutter Park Website.

Transitioning a neighborhood of such history, identity and character is both a great challenge and a great responsibility. To prepare, the team at Sutter and StoneBridge Properties hit the books—and the streets... Read More

New Community Radio Station for Sacramento Lets You-Be-You

New Community Radio Station for Sacramento Lets You-Be-You

Access Sacramento writes a new chapter in local radio history with the issuance of the call sign KUBU-LP for its new 100-watt FM non-profit community radio station planned for midtown Sacramento.

“We’re excited about providing even more opportunities for people to express themselves, and for all the different voices in the community to be heard,” said JoAnn Fuller, Access Sacramento’s chair of the Board of Directors.