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TREES OF CURTIS PARK: Inspect your trees for broken limbs or cracks

Feb 17 2018

As winter storms roll in, the rain is a welcome respite from Sacramento’s hot dry summers. Wind usually accompanies major rainstorms and, depending…

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In the District: Community service brings joy, takes hard work

Feb 16 2018

Martin Luther King Day brings out the best in us. In addition to feeling an overwhelming sense of community and hope for the future while participating…

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Driver safety, Pilates, Tai Chi and smartphone classes

Feb 15 2018

Texts, photos, apps

Phones aren’t just for making calls these days. Today’s smartphones let users check email, browse the internet,…

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Strategic Plan charts SCNA path for next several years

Feb 13 2018

In this new monthly feature, SCNA board members will answer questions of neighborhood interest. Send your questions to Bruce Pierini…

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Community-based social media for neighbors offers tips on jogging, Vietnamese food

Feb 10 2018

Nextdoor.com is a free community-based social media application for neighbors to share news with each other.…

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President’s Message: From one leader to the next — cautious optimism

Feb 09 2018

It is my privilege to begin a sixth term as SCNA president while looking forward to devoting the board’s energy to things that are not Curtis…

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Board Meeting Notes: Johnson accepts 6th term as SCNA president

Feb 08 2018

Eric Johnson was elected to a sixth term as SCNA president at the Jan. 9 meeting of the SCNA board. Also elected to the executive committee were…

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Delta Women: New center helps clients ease pains of body and mind

Feb 07 2018

Three neighborhood women with professional skills to help improve other people’s lives have joined forces to open the Delta Mind Body Center…

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City is challenging judge’s disapproval of gas station vote

Feb 06 2018

The question of whether a 16-pump gas station may be built in the Crocker Village development won’t be settled soon, as City Council has asked…

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Hawaiian dinner and concert set for March 2 for theater fundraiser

Feb 05 2018

SCNA is hosting a dinner and concert with noted Hawaiian musician and chef Patrick Landeza on Friday, March 2, to raise funds to renovate the…

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