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Date: Saturday, December 13th
Times: 5PM • 6PM • 7PM• 8PM
Cost: $10 per person
(children under 3 free, must sit on adult lap)
Reservations: 916-905-ROAR (7627)
Meeting Olive Grove
Elementary School
IN THIS ISSUE
(7926 Firestone Way, Antelope)
No Theather Plans in Sight for AHS ..........3
From Your County Supervisor .....................4
Women’s Club................................................5
Sunrise Rec. & Park District Activities .......5
CHS Presents: Soda Shop Angel...................6
Center Joint Unified School District ...........6
Girl Scout Troop Hosting a Coat Drive ......6
Center Booster Club .....................................7
WC Riles 7th Graders Bring Home A Title! ....7
Dry Creek School District ............................8
Antelope Parent Boosters ............................9
ASP & NORM ..............................................9
Youth Tennis Tournament ..........................10
Antelope Profiles ........................................11
Cougars on the Green.................................12
Titans on the Court .....................................13
California Capital Aquatics ........................14
Come and enjoy a wonderful evening
with friends and neighbors as you enjoy
the Christmas lights of Antelope,
a visit with Santa, Christmas carols,
cookies and hot chocolate!
Antelope News Classifieds ........................15
And Much More . . .
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3rd Annual Kars for Kids Car Show
This
year
Antelope will host
the 3rd Annual “Kars
For Kids” Car Show,
rain or shine, on
November 15, 2014.
The location of the
show is at the Store
Smart and Tractor
Supply Company
parking lot at 8135 Watt Avenue near
Elverta Road. Show hours, are open to
the Public 10am to 3pm and benefits the
11th Annual Christmas Toy and Food
Drive here in Antelope. Donation barrels
will be on-site location for food and toy
donations for the public to drop off.
The show is expecting 100 to150
of the finest cars and trucks from the
Sacramento/Placer region, The show is
open to all years, makes and models of cars,
trucks, hot rods, classics, poor boys, street
rods, low riders and
custom motorcycles.
The show will have
some vintage trailers
all decked out as
well. While at the
show, attendees will
have the opportunity
to check out the
new Stor Smart and
Tractor Supply Company who have both
donated their location for the event.
The Car Show is open to the Public
from 10am to 3pm. Some of the festivities
are trophies, raffle prizes, food, music,
vendors, arts, crafts, vendor booths and
holiday activites. There will be a Pinup
Contest at 2pm with pinup models
checking in at 1pm. We will have raffle
prizes drawn periodically during the and
then winners of the Santa trophies will
(cont’ on page 14)
The Antelope Lions Club and the
Antelope News announce, for the 24th
year, the Antelope Christmas Hayride!
Come and enjoy a delightful evening,
viewing the Christmas Lights of Antelope
with your family and friends. The hayride
is scheduled for Saturday, December 13,
2014. The meeting place has changed for
the first time in 24 years - Olive Grove
Elementary School, 7926 Firestone Way.
Ride times are 5PM, 6PM, 7PM and 8PM.
Cost is $10.00 per person, with children
under the age of 3 free, if they sit on an
adult’s lap. No need to stop for coffee
on the way - the Lions look forward to
sharing hot chocolate, coffee, and cookies
with our friends, while the children visit
with Santa. JB Ranch will be providing
two wagons, horse drawn and festively
decorated.
Advance reservations are required as
space is limited to 160 total between the
four time slots. Reservations can only be
made via the Antelope Lions Club website
(www.antelopelions.org). Please click
on “Hayride RSVP” on the black tool
bar at the top. Within 48 hours you will
receive an email confirmation verifying
we have received your reservation, along
with details on where to submit payment.
This year’s route will be around
Olive Grove Elementary School. If you
would like your street to be a part of the
festivities, please send an email to our club
address: [email protected]
Challenge your neighbors to compete
against other streets for the most festively
decorated street! We are looking for some
friendly competition for the best street.
Please feel free to choose a street captain
to contact the Antelope Lions Club. The
hayride route will most likely be selected
by December 11, with the winning street
being determined by the excited riders
and the Antelope Lions on December
13. Will it be your street featured in the
January Antelope News and posted on
the Antelope Lions website?
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ANTELOPE NEWS • NOVEMBER 2014
No Theater Plans in Sight for AHS
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BY CRISTAL CAMPOS
Antelope High
School (AHS), the newest
school in the Roseville
Joint Union High School
District (RJUHSD), had
planned to have a theater
in the front of the school,
but budget issues led to a
redesign with the library
at the front. Six years later
there is still no theater,
only a pile of dirt.
Christopher Grimes,
Facilities Development
Director for the RJUHSD,
explained that they have
made multiple theater
designs for AHS, but each design would cost
between $8 million and $10 million. The district
has attempted to find a way to give AHS a
theater, but they are also attempting to build
another high school in the district.
John Becker, the principal of AHS, is
not happy that their performing arts program
doesn’t have a place to perform and says it
makes the campus feel, “incomplete.”
“We have such an amazing performing arts
program that I feel frustrated for the students
who don’t have a professional venue to perform
equal to others in our district.”
As much as he wishes something could
be done he knows that the main issue is cost.
“The superintendents, both old and new,
have really tried,” says Becker. “The district
looked at a bond measure for the Antelope
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generate enough funds to build it.”
The area of land where the theater would
be built in the future is near the football stadium
in front of the faculty parking lot and student
drop off area.
Not long ago, construction workers have
begun working in that area, but not for the
future theater.
Since the capacity of the school is
around 1,850 students and there are currently
1,814 students at the school it has become
crowded and the district has decided to add
five classrooms to the area near the football
stadium. This project would cost around $1
million.
The district is projected to continue
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ANTELOPE NEWS • NOVEMBER 2014
From Your County Supervisor
BY ROBERTA MACGLASHAN, Sacramento
County Supervisor - Chair
All local jurisdictions have a
over the county.
set of rules governing the use of
Thanks also must be extended
property within its boundaries,
to the County’s Community
commonly known as the Zoning
Planning Advisory Councils, who
Code. The Zoning Code exists
held hearings on the Zoning Code
to ensure that peoples’ property
to ensure that every community’s
rights are upheld, while also
priorities and concerns will be
ensuring that the manner in
reflected in the final document.
which land is used does not
The Planning Commission also
harm the property rights of the
put forth a tremendous effort to
Roberta
surrounding neighborhood and
plow through the entire document
MacGlashan
community.
deliberately and thoughtfully.
It has been over thirty years since
Now, the Board of Supervisors has
Sacramento County last conducted a
begun our review of the new Zoning Code.
comprehensive rewrite of its Zoning Code,
We had our first hearing on October 7, and
resulting in myriad terms, guidelines,
will have many more hearings and workshops
and regulations that are out of date and
to ensure that we have a document that our
detrimental to economic growth and quality
residents find understandable and easy to
of life in the region.
work with.
We are nearing the end of a multiWhile there is certainly a great deal
year process to completely rewrite the
of anticipation about finishing this long
Zoning Code, modernizing its language and
process, it is important that the Board
streamlining approval processes to ensure
of Supervisors proceed in a careful and
that Sacramento County is a great place to
contemplative manner. This is one of
locate and operate a business, live, and work.
the most important documents I will vote
The update process has involved
on in the near-decade of service on the
years of very hard and meticulous work.
Sacramento County Board of Supervisors,
The County’s Planning staff has worked
and I insist that we get it right.
tirelessly to research other jurisdictions’
As someone with a Master’s degree
codes to find what works, they have drafted
in City and Regional Planning and former
and redrafted countless code sections, and
planning consultant, I know first-hand how
they have attended community meetings all
zoning codes affect the private sector. It is
critical that every aspect of the document
function in harmony, to ensure that we
don’t end up with an, “oh, we didn’t think
of that” moment down the road. We must
establish clear, non-ambiguous codes so
that homeowners, renters, and businesses
all know what the rules are and agree that
they are equitably applied.
Please let me know if you have any
thoughts on this matter. You may email
me directly at [email protected]
You may also call my office at (916)874-5491,
and my staff will assist you. Finally, please
attend my regular Community Cabinet
meetings, held the second Thursday of
each month from 6:30 until 7:30pm in
the North Highlands-Antelope Library.
In January, we will hear a presentation
from Michelle Callejas, Director of Child
Protective Services. While we do not meet
in November, the Sheriff’s Department
will hold its regular meeting in the library
at 6pm. I look forward to seeing you soon.
The Antelope Lions Club
meetings are held at the VFW
Hall 3300 U Street in Antelope.
Their meeting dates are the 2nd
& 4th Wednesday at 6:30pm.
The Lions motto is “We Serve.”
For more information, please call
991-6807, website: antelopelions.net. Antelope
Lions Club meetings are open to the public.
Tuskegee Airmen,
Incorporated, George S.
‘Spanky’ Roberts Chapter —
73rd Anniversary Celebration,
Educational Assistance Gala
Tuskegee Airmen, Incorporated, George
S. ‘Spanky’ Roberts Chapter presents our
73rd Anniversary Celebration, Educational
Assistance Gala, Saturday, November 8th at
the Aerospace Museum of California.
This exciting evening honors the legacy
of the Tuskegee Airmen, whose heroic little
known story was portrayed in the movie,
Red Tails, and raises funds to support our
Educational Assistance program which allows
us to create possibilities so others may realize
their dreams.
The evening will include dinner, great
raffle prizes, dancing to the sounds of Mercy
Me! Band and a live auction, called by David
Sobon Auctions, will keep the fun rolling,
AND, you can meet some Documented
Original Tuskegee Airmen, DOTA, who live
right here in our community.
Come! Join us and be part of creating
educational opportunities for the next
generation of history makers!
To purchase tickets, tables and sponsorship
opportunities for this exciting event in support
of our Educational Assistance program please
visit our website at: www.taisac.org or call
916.471.6505. Tickets are $65.00 in advance
and $80.00 at the door. The George S. ‘Spanky’
Roberts Chapter of Tuskegee Airmen, Inc. is
a non-profit 501(c) (3) organization.
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As I’ve said many times, the only constant in Real
Estate is change. The market is recalibrating yet
again. Buyers are taking their time, looking for the
best deals. There is not much pushing them to buy
as inventory of unsold homes has climbed and many
sellers are lowering their asking prices. For home
sellers it is extremely important to
keep track of their competition’s
pricing as that is what is setting the
new market price. People who price
their homes based upon what sold in
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$257,030
$250,000
$245,000
$240,000
$235,000
$240,535
$230,000
Listing Price
Selling Price
Average Selling Price Per Sq. Ft. / $156
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The admission is FREE and so is the ample
parking. Local artists and crafters’ items are just
a few of the items that will be on sale. If you are
a vendor and would enjoy selling your wares
at our event and/or need more information,
please contact Jackie at 207-9691.
Location: Rusch Park Community Center
Date: Saturday, November 22
Time: 10:00 - 4:00pm
Antelope Open Gym Basketball
Open Gym will be open on Thursday
evenings in the month of January between
7:00 & 9:00 pm. Come on out and enjoy some
Basketball!
Location: Antelope Crossing Middle
School
Dates: Thursday Evenings
Cost: $4 per session
Adult Pickleball Drop – In Play
Join us for active, fun, and social open
play sessions on Thursday evenings. Beginner
to advanced Pickleball players will have an
opportunity to learn the sport and/or work on
their game with other Pickleball enthusiasts!
The courts at Crosswoods Park Tennis Courts
will be reserved exclusively for Open Play
participants. No scheduled matches; come
ready to play!
Location: Crosswoods Park Tennis Courts
Cost: Free
Date: Visit www.sunriseparks.com for
scheduling and to join our Pickleball email list.
Sunrise Youth Basketball Leagues
Designed for boys and girls, grades 3rd-6th
All skill levels can take part in these popular
leagues which emphasize sportsmanship and
skill development. During the first week,
coaches will select teams at your child’s school.
After team selections, teams will receive
1 practice and 1 game each week. When
registering online, please select the school
your child attends. If you choose not to register
online, you can register at the District Office.
Location: Rusch Park Community Center
Dates: 12/1 – 2/7 Boys (No practices or
games from 12/22 – 1/2)
2/17 – 4/18 Girls (No practices or games
from 2/17 – 4/18)
Cost: $85, Jersey Included and donated
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Wow! The GFWC
Antelope- North County
Women’s Club wants to
thank everyone involved in
the Child’s Car Seat Safety
Check held on October
4th in the Kohl’s parking
lot on Antelope Road.
We had 40 cars with over
55 car seats checked by
the 5 CHP Officers there.
The Officers never had
a chance to take a break
the cars kept coming and
they were wonderful. Eight
defective car seats were
Pictures from the Child’s Car Seat Safety Check Event!
removed from service and
the owners were given working car seats to
replace the defective ones. We saved babies
on Saturday. Who knows what would have
happened with the defective or improperly
installed car seats; there was a real need for
this event. Let us know if you want us to do it
again next year.
On December 13th from 10 am to 2 pm
we will be gift-wrapping at the Umpqua Bank.
This is a free service offered by the Umpqua
Bank & the Women’s Club each year. All gifts
will be wrapped. We have wrapped bumpers,
shocks, TV’s and the like so bring whatever
you have purchased so far to the Umpqua
Bank on December 13th from 10 to 2 for the
free gift wrapping service.
The Members of the GFWC AntelopeNorth County Women’s
club would like everyone to
have a happy Thanksgiving.
This is a truly American
holiday. We need to
remember those of us
who do not have as much
as we do. There are many
places to donate to help the
homeless we have Loaves
& Fishes downtown reach
them at www.sacloaves.org
or there is the Salvation
Army also downtown they
can be reached at www.
salvationarmyusa.org Our
DomesticViolenceShelters
also need help at this time
of the year. Harmony
House is the Shelter in
Citrus Heights. The Citrus
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32nd St.
BY DORI KELSEY
Heights Domestic Violence center has changed
its name to A Community for Peace; you reach
them at www.acommunityforpeace.org. If you
need help, call (24hr): 916-728-7210. From
our families to all of yours
Happy Thanksgiving!
Our next meeting will
be at the St. Andrews
Church on Watt Ave. at
11:30 am on November
8th. Everyone is welcome
please come be a part of
something special. Find
us on Facebook at GFWC
Antelope-North County
Women’s Club, email us at
[email protected]
net or phone us at 332-7133
& ask for Dori. We would
love to have you at our next
meeting.
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ANTELOPE NEWS • NOVEMBER 2014
Center High’s Performing Arts
Presents: Soda Shop Angel Written by
CHS Vice Principal, Shirley McNichols
Judy Harding’s life as a 16-year old isn’t
too sweet right now. Her dad can’t find the
money to fix up the family’s soda shop; her
older jock brother, Jimmy, is flunking out
of school; and her younger brother, Tommy,
has retreated into a fantasy world of comic
book superheroes since their mom died.
To add to the dilemma, Judy has a major crush on Ricky, a new guy in town who’s a mysterious
loner. Enter Angela, a bumbling angel-in-training who must earn her halo by helping the
Hardings. But when the shop is hit first by a fire and then a flood, is it divine providence or
disaster? Salvation or catastrophe? A quiz show and hula hooping are all part of the miracle
that help save Judy and her family.
Show times are November 14th & 15th and November 21st & 22nd.
Friday evening shows at 7:00 PM, Saturday shows at 2:00PM and 7:00 PM.
General admission is $5 at the door. Students with an ASB Sticker, patrons 65 years or
older and children 6 years and under are $3. If you have questions, please call Mrs. Purdy at
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most unique is the area decoration
competition where each class takes a
section of the school and decorates
according to the theme. This year’s
theme was PIXAR. Center High was
miraculously transformed into what
felt like the movie sets for Toy Story,
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Inc., complete with Pixar characters
roaming the campus. The excitement
surrounding the area decorations spilled over
into the nighttime activities. The Homecoming
game was an electric evening of football,
royalty, floats, and performances by the band
and cheer teams. My wife Jenny and I, along
with other district administrators and board
members volunteered our time in the CHS
snackbar where we could feel the excitement
and experience all of the Homecoming
festivities. I enjoyed working alongside
members of the Antelope community, meeting
CHS families, cheering on the football team
and experiencing Homecoming traditions
unique to Center High.
There are numerous upcoming
opportunities throughout our district for
your student and your family to get involved.
I encourage you to contact the PTA or Booster
Club for a calendar of events and jump on in
for a worthwhile and rewarding experience for
you and your family.
With the holiday season quickly
approaching, please make note of the following
dates. Schools will be closed November 24th
through November 28th for Thanksgiving
break and December 22nd through January
2nd for winter break.
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available to make memories with your family.
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meet the individual needs of their
students by modeling a love of
learning and encouraging the growth
and development of each child.
Experiences outside of the classroom
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educational, social and emotional
growth of a child. Throughout the
school year every school in our district offers
varied opportunities for students and families
to get involved.
Clubs, athletics, activities, assemblies,
rallies promote a sense of belonging which
leads to increased academic success. Varied
activities filled fall calendars at all of our sites
including Curriculum Family Nights at Dudley,
Seven Habits Family Nights at North Country,
Parent Nights at Oak Hill and celebrations of
student achievement at monthly Tiger Days,
Otter Days, Timberwolf Days and Dragon
Days. Secondary sites hosted Club Days to
encourage students to get involved with others
who share similar interests. Student athletes
at Riles just completed fall sports seasons,
wrapping up flag football, cross country and
volleyball. Riles athletes are moving into
the basketball season which will carry them
through the new year. Student athletes at
Center High are in league play for football,
volleyball and cross country with the winter
sports of basketball and wrestling right around
the corner. Center High School’s November
drama production is underway with multiple
showings for Antelope families to enjoy.
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invited to experience the timeless high school
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Antelope Girl Scout Troop Hosting a Coat Drive!
Girl Scout Troop 1309 of Antelope
is hosting a Coat Drive to benefit
the Family Resource Center at
the Center Joint Unified School
District. Last year more than 300
children that attend the Center
School District needed coats
or sweatshirts for the winter.
Troop 1309 is working on a
Journey Badge. The girls had
to identify a problem in their
community and work towards
helping solve that problem.
The girls hope to collect 100
new or gently used coats
and sweatshirts now through the end of
November. Five drop off locations in or
near Antelope.
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7909 Walerga Rd #112,
Antelope
• Les Schwab Tires, 7800
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• Oak Hill Elementary, 3909
North Loop Blvd., Antelope
• Wilson C. Riles Middle
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ANTELOPE NEWS • NOVEMBER 2014
Center
Booster
Club
BY CINDY CAMPBELL — Booster President
Celebrate your student’s Birthday in
Lights!!! The Electronic Marquee is available
to list your student’s birthday for the ENTIRE
WEEK of their Birthday for ONLY $10!! Email
us to reserve your spot; space is limited so get
your week reserved NOW!
Cougar Time at Yogurt Time Café:
Wednesday November 19th and every 3rd
Wednesday of each month this year will be in
Antelope by Bel Air. All day long, just mention
Center Cougar Boosters Club before you make
your purchase and a portion of your purchase
will support the Booster Club.
Sober Grad Night: The Cougar Boosters
are bringing it back this year!! It will be held
on May 29th (graduation night) from Midnight
to 4 a.m. at Dave & Buster’s in Roseville. For
ONLY $60, you get a private 4-hour party
including all food and drinks, games, raffles,
music and entertainment!! Space is limited and
is sure to sell out, so get your tickets now at the
ASB window. If you would like to help with this
event, donate any items for the raffles, or for
more information, contact Johanna Quinley:
[email protected]
Senior Grad Trip: Our Cougar Booster
V.P. - Johanna Quinley is also organizing this
trip to Southern California. If your student
is interested, please email her at [email protected]
yahoo.com for more information.
49er Games: Are you interested in
volunteering at a 49er Game?? It’s a ton of
fun and there are still many more events. If
you are interested in volunteering with us,
it’s not too late, send us an email. You can
directly raise funds for your student’s clubs/
groups/athletic teams.
Membership: It’s not too late to join the
Booster Club. For only $20 or $30 (double
membership) you can help the Booster Club
continue to do what we love.... SUPPORT
OUR STUDENTS!! With your membership,
you receive $2.00 discounts at home sporting
events, bumper stickers, and a fun t-shirt. Our
meetings are on the 2nd Wednesday of each
month at 7p.m. in staff lounge. We are always
open for fresh new ideas, and volunteering
is crucial to the success of our events. If
you have any ways to help us, volunteering,
donations or questions, you may email us at
[email protected] and friend us on
Facebook: Chs Boosters
WC Riles 7th Graders Bring Home A Title!
Make room for another championship
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Riles 7th grade flag football team had an
incredible season this year. Our WCR team
was undefeated in preseason play (3-0) and
undefeated in East Division League play
(6-0) - 9-0 overall. This group of 7th grade
strangers banded together to form a strong,
respectful team that brought home the
Foothill Intermediate Schools Athletic League
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These young players (boys and a girl) were lead
by Coach Mark Jordan who did an amazing job
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most importantly, how to work together and
play as a team. They practiced hard and played
tough! WAY TO GO HUSKIES!
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ANTELOPE NEWS • NOVEMBER 2014
Dry Creek School District Update
DCJESD Schools Enhance Community Through
Student Citizenship and Community Connection
BY BRAD TOOKER, Superintendent
November brings with it
Meadows Elementary staff and
thoughts of holidays, family, and
students promote literacy in their
community. It is a time when
community through Camp Read
neighbors naturally reach out to
A-Lot Family Reading Nights.
neighbors, and communities rally
DCJESD schools and students
around those in need. This focus on
also serve their communities
community is reflected throughout
through partnerships with
the Dry Creek Joint Elementary
charitable organizations and
Mr. Tooker
School District (DCJESD). At
local businesses. Throughout
neighborhood schools stretching
the district, students regularly
from West Roseville, to the communities
participate in canned food and toy drives,
of Drycreek and North Antelope, students,
Pennies for Patients, St. Baldrick’s and other
staff and volunteers actively reach out in the
school-wide charitable projects. This year
spirit of citizenship and community.
the Creekview Ranch School’s Builder’s
At Silverado Middle School (SMS) ,
Club, a student community service group,
students are working to feed the hungry
hosted a clothing drive to benefit Big
in their community through the school’s
Brothers Big Sisters, and other student
own Bear Pantry community food bank.
groups are making plans to serve. Projects
Donated food items are received, sorted
like these are often listed on the school’s
and prepared for delivery by the by the
websites and in school newsletters.
8th grade Foundations class. Community
In addition to serving the community
members in need can request Bear Pantry
in traditional ways, DCJESD is also using
“care packages” through the school office.
technology to enhance opportunities for
At Heritage Oak Elementary, third through
parent and community connection, with
fifth graders in the Busy Bee Knit and
the launch of our new district Mobile App.
Crochet Club make and donate handmade
The DCJESD Mobile App allows parents
items, such as preemie blankets, to
and community members to stay connected
charities and local hospitals using supplies
on the go and combines information from
donated by individuals and businesses in
multiple DCJESD schools and the district
the community. In Antelope, Antelope
into one tool for instant access. Through
Eighth graders in the Silverado Middle School (SMS) Foundations class work
to feed their hungry neighbors by sorting donations to the school’s Bear Pantry
community food bank. Families in the SMS community area can request Bear
Pantry food “care packages” from the SMS school office.
the DCJESD App, parents and community
members can acccess school and district
news, events, announcements, directories
and more, right from their mobile devices.
Parents can also view practical information
like lunch menus and bell schedules and
even access PowerSchool to monitor
student’s progress through the App. Parents
and community members are invited to get
connected by downloading the Dry Creek
School District App from their mobile
device’s app store or visiting school websites
regularly.
Let us know what special things
your kids are doing in Antelope!
See page 3 for submission info.
ANTELOPE NEWS • NOVEMBER 2014
Antelope Parent
Boosters News
BY BRANDI EPSTEIN
By Brandi Epstein
Hello Titan Families!
We want to thank everyone
who supported the Titans at
the Homecoming events during
the week of October 13th. This is
always a fun time seeing the current students
celebrating the alumni coming home to
awesome traditions done TITAN style!!! It
is our hope to keep alumni and community
support of all Titans and there are so many
ways to do so.
Memberships are still on sale. Individual
memberships for Antelope Parent Boosters
are $20 with an additional membership
available for $15 more. This money supports
all students where the school or district may
not be able to do so. As an APB member, you
receive a membership card with discounts
to Antelope businesses plus admittance to
most sports and dance performances at a
student price AND a tote bag!!
The Class of 2015 gets to celebrate
Sober Grad Night at Disneyland!!! The
seniors will receive a Sober Grad Ticket
to Disneyland and California Adventure
including a party after graduation. Thank
you to all who purchased a pie to support
Sober Grad. Remember pies will be
passed out on Friday, November 14 from
3:00 - 7:00. This is the only time they will
distributed so please make sure you come
to the front parking lot of AHS to pick up
your pies. Sober Grad will be having a Pasta
Feed on December 13 at AHS. Mark your
calendars and look out for more details on
how you can purchase tickets. Please email
[email protected]
with any questions regarding Sober Grad.
TICKETS ARE NOW ON SALE! Our
Parent Fun Night this year is a Hoedown
Surf-n-Turf on March 6, 2015. You will not
want to miss a night full of fun, dancing,
raffles, auctions, and a photo booth all
supporting APB. Tickets are $40.00 and
can be purchased at every APB meeting,
whenever APB sets up a table for athletic
events, or by contacting any board member
listed at www.antleopeparentboosters.org
This month’s meeting will be held
November 19th at 7:00pm in the AHS
Library. Everyone is welcome to attend.
Happy Thanksgiving to all — be safe
this Holiday Season!
ASP & NORM — By Qamdhyn Hale
Qamdhyn Hale is a student and an Antelope resident. He was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome in
2nd grade. He debuted his comic strip characters Asp & Norm in the Antelope News in the April 2014 issue.
Qamdhyn Hale was recently invited down to the Autism Research
Institute, located in San Diego, CA by the President of the institute Dr.
Stephen Edelson after a Professor of Genetics, Dr. Robert Naviaux heard
Qam speak at an event hosted by another one of Qam’s supporters, It Takes
Guts. Qam is over the moon about it! Dr. Edelson also has a couple of art
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ANTELOPE NEWS • NOVEMBER 2014
Loving Families
Needed!
Largest Youth Tennis
Tournament Ever In Antelope
BY MARK SHAHAN
134 teens competed
for over 40 trophies and
awards on Saturday,
October 4th, and
Sunday, October 5th
in the Antelope SCTA
Fall Junior Tennis Open.
Athletes competed in
aged divisions for 12
year olds, 14 year olds,
16 year olds, and 18 year
olds. The Antelope
C o m m u n i t y Pa r k ’ s
tennis center, Center
High School’s tennis
courts, and Tetotom
Park’s courts were
Chloe Parker - CHS
used for this major
Antelope youth tennis
event. Teens from Redding to Fresno,
and from Berkley to Reno traveled to this
Northern California completion to compete
for prizes and for points toward a national
standing. Many college athletic recruiters
use standings from these tennis events to
consider potential scholarship recipients.
7 teen athletes from Antelope competed
during this event. Featured in the photos
are both Chloe Parker and Conner Whitney
from Center HS, and Sarah Poroch from
Antelope HS. Sarah
was awarded a Most
Sportsmanship award
by the officials. The
weekend’s competition
was conducted by the
Sacramento Community
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(SCTA) through SRPD.
The Director of Tennis,
Eldon Wilson, said “This
is the largest youth
tennis completion ever
conducted in Antelope,
and we will do it again.”
One of the parents from
Antelope, Sherman
Whitney, said “My son,
Conner, is having a blast
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Sarah Poroch - AHS
and learning how to compete at a level that
high school sports can’t offer”. The event
was sponsored by RoboBank, and sanctioned
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CYT Presents Oliver!
The Christian Youth Theater (CYT) is
proud to present Oliver!, the British musical
play by Lionel Bart based on the classic Charles
Dicken’s tale of Oliver Twist.
Tickets are $5.00 for special school day
shows and all other shows are $12.00 online at
and $14.00 at the door. The play will be held at
Valley Springs Church located at 2401 Olympus
Dr. Roseville, 95661. For more information see
http://www.cytsacramento.org
Christian Youth Theater (CYT) is a notfor-profit organization that offers after school
theater arts classes to children 4-18. It’s first
Sacramento affiliate is established within the
Roseville community. Classes offered include,
dance, voice, drama comedy improv, stage make
up, sketch writing, back stage and many more.
Children participating in the classes have the
opportunity to audition for a musical production.
CYT also partners with a non-profit during its
show that benefits underprivileged children.
During the show run of Oliver! CYT is partnering
with Placer Foodbank and will be collecting
canned food items. Oliver! cast members will also
be volunteering to help pack food for Roseville’s
underprivileged school children in the “back
pack” project.
Oliver! runs from November 14th through
November 22nd with two special school day
performances
Nov. 14th Thursday and Nov. 20th Friday at
10:00 a.m. Tickets are $5.00. School day shows
include school classroom groups, home school
groups, children’s organizations (girl scouts and
boy scouts etc.) seniors and senior care groups.
Other performances include: Friday, Nov. 14th,
7:00 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 15th 2:00p.m. and 7:00
p.m., Friday Nov 21st 7:00pm, and Saturday, Nov
22nd at 3:00pm.
Christian Youth Theater meets at Valley
Springs church located at 2401 Olympus Blvd,
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Both Yvonne and Brock have been on the
Oak Hill campus since preschool! Brock
also plays for NHAYSC and has been playing
soccer since he was five. He also has enjoyed
playing baseball for the past three years.
Rounding out the family is the pet
hamster, Cinnamon!
Steve has coached Brock’s baseball
team for the past three years, and both
Yvonne and Steve have helped in the past
as soccer coaches, referees and
team parents. They love helping
BY LISA LISONBEE
their children become mature
athletes and helping other kids
Yvonne Leggett has
in the community.
been all around the world,
Another way they serve in the
but she chooses Antelope.
community is at church. Yvonne
One of the must-do’s on
just started her fourth year
her list before “settling
teaching Sacrament Preparation
down” was traveling.
2 at St. Clare Catholic Church
During her college years,
in Roseville. She loves the
Yvonne traveled through
feeling of accomplishment as
Spain, loving every ounce
she helps students learn their
of that country. She
prayers and gives them a better
traveled through Portugal,
understanding of the church as
Morocco and Mexico.
a whole.
Against her mother’s
They have also been involved
advice, she collected
with the Oak Hill PTA for the past
ceramics from her travels
Left to right: Yvonne, Brock, Steve and Yvonne Legett.
four years. Yvonne has served as
and does not regret having
President for the past two. Since
to carefully pack and
their time serving with the PTA,
transport them. As they sit
they have introduced Family Game Night,
she also knew and loved the area. They both
displayed in her Antelope home, she hopes
Family Dance Night, Trunk or Treat, Pastries
decided it was time to try something new
they will inspire her children to feel free to
for Parents, and the Pancake Breakfast. They
so six months after they were married, they
travel wherever their hearts desire.
have assisted in bringing a working garden in
moved to Roseville.
But for now, Antelope holds the Leggett
for the students, introduced a scholarship to
While there were things they liked about
family’s heart. Both Steve and Yvonne
help members pay for fingerprinting, helped
Roseville, it was missing the small-town feel
Leggett grew up in the East Bay. Steve grew
remodel the library, updated furniture and
that they were both accustomed to and loved
up in Newark, Yvonne in Freemont until
more. But they by no means did it alone.
about Newark. Right after their daughter
junior high school when her family moved
They have loved meeting and working with
Yvonne was born in 2003, they knew they
to Newark. Steve and Yvonne met in high
so many parents and teachers who are doing
needed to find a town that more suited their
school through mutual friends who were
so much to make the school a better place.
desires. They fell in love with Antelope.
dating. “I remember when he officially asked
Both Steve and Yvonne agree - no matter
“What’s not to love? You see people you
me to be his girlfriend on October 2, 1992 at
where they volunteer, they have met so many
know everywhere, neighbors talk to their
a high school football game, and we’ve been
great Antelope families. “In all the years that
neighbors, kids ride their bikes, and there
together ever since!”
we’ve been here, we continue to meet people
are locally-owned businesses.”
When they met, Yvonne was fifteen and
that want better for our city. These people
Steve has been with Lexus of Sacramento
Steve was seventeen, so they had plenty of
want to make life better for their families, but
for the past fourteen years. Yvonne was
years before marriage. Yvonne wanted to
they also want to help other families succeed
recruited to work for Target. When they aren’t
travel and finish college. She started school
as well. That alone is one of the reasons we
working, Steve loves to play Arena softball a
at California State University Hayward and
will never leave. For us, Antelope always
few times each week, but most of their time
eventually finished at Sacramento State.
gives us the feel of community.”
is taken up with their children’s activities.
Steve started working at a Lexus dealership in
Their daughter Yvonne is eleven.
1993. He started as a detailer and eventually
At Oak Hill Elementary, she has been in
transferred to the parts department.
Do you know a neighbor who should be
Gate Academy for three years and is also a
In 2000, Steve and Yvonne were married.
cheerleader. She has played soccer since she
Steve had made a lot of connections through
recognized? Well, just let us know. Send
was five and currently plays for NHAYSC.
working for different dealerships, and one of
your names or suggestions to the Antelope
This year, she decided to join the school band
those connections told him about a position
News at [email protected]
and loves the flute!
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Or call us at 727-6393.
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No Theater Plans in Sight for AHS
BY JAMIE TOPPER
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growing and as Grimes said, “It [Antelope]
is a popular school, it draws students from
other districts, from Center, and I believe
San Juan, and possibly Twin Rivers.”
Math teacher, Ineika Collins, said
that teachers can benefit from more
classrooms by having their own room for
their prep period, but the performing arts
program also deserves their own space.
“Having that department, performing
arts, have a building that will allow their
programs to grow, generate money, have
a place to call home, is far more valuable
than a teacher having their own room on
their prep period,” says Collins.
Grimes said there will still be room
for a theater and that one of the plans even
included classrooms near the theater for
drama, dance, and band, but some students
and parents are skeptical.
Knowing that five classrooms are going to
be added to the area where the theater will be,
students like Senior Jake Koeberlein feel that
there will not be enough room for the theater.
“Being a member of band, I’m upset and
a little frustrated that there isn’t a theater at
Antelope High and I don’t think there will be
sufficient room for a theater by the time these
additional classrooms are built.”
Koeberlein’s mother, Gena Koeberlein,
is the Antelope Football Parents Booster Club
(AFPBC) president and worries about how this
project will affect the future theater.
“I’m not an architect, but the first thing
that crossed my mind when I found out what
Cougars on the Green
Photos by Cristal Campos
the new construction was geared towards was
fear this project would squash any dreams of
a future theater.”
Gena also feels that the school,
community, and district could benefit from
a theater.
With her son in band, Gena said, “He
should not have to participate in shows at other
high schools. He should be allowed to play at
his own high school in his own community.
Admission could be charged at all the events,
earning additional income for the district.”
Both Becker and Grimes said that
spending this money now is important and can
allow the school to grow. As for the theater,
the district is working on a plan to construct
it, but until the necessary funds are reached
the plans will have to remain on paper.
the challenges and improve both
as individuals and as a team.
Center High Girls’ Golf
With some of the initial
team has ten athletes on the
hurdles overcome, the team
green this season, a significant
started the season with promise,
jump in involvement from
winning their first league meet
previous years. While the
against Colfax. All of the girls
increase in numbers is exciting,
are improving, but two golfers
it has come with its own
have been very consistent.
challenges.
Freshman Erica Guillory is
Getting ten athletes
the team’s #1 golfer and Kayli
through the course for matches
Jefferson-Henkel is the #2
Erica Guillory
and practices is one such
despite it being her first year of
hurdle. An additional hurdle
golf as a senior.
has been to supply clubs and
“I am hoping for one or
transportation for all players
both girls to be named PVL
both for practices and matches.
All-League, which is the Top
Fortunately, the Center High
10 of the league,” explained
Booster Club and First Tee
Weaver. “I am also hoping for
stepped up to help.
both to be able to continue on
“I am very grateful to
to Divisionals in Ione.
the Center Booster Club for
At the time of this writing,
donating the money to help
the athletes were looking
with equipment,” said Coach
forward to the Pioneer Valley
Kayli Jefferson-Henkel
Sandy Weaver. “I am also very
League tournament, an
grateful for First Tee for their
important finish for both of
donation of used golf clubs and bags.”
them to determine possible postseason
Many of the players are new to the sport
opportunities.
and just learning how complex the sport can
Coach Weaver is rightfully proud of this
truly be. There are no team captains on the
years’ squad. “I am very proud of what my
squad. Instead, the team works together to
team has accomplished this year. Most of
support each other, cheer each other on, and
them had never picked up a golf club before…
unify as a Cougar unit.
yet they came to practice daily and challenged
Golf itself is a mentally challenging sport.
themselves. They have realized that golf is not
Players must constantly analyze, decide on a
any easy sport at all; it can be frustrating... and
course of action and, and then try to execute it.
yet rewarding at the same time. I encourage
They must push through mistakes and manage
any young girl to come and tryout next year
emotions so that one bad shot doesn’t affect
or at whatever high school they attend. They
another. Together, the Lady Cougars embrace
will not regret it.”
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ANTELOPE NEWS • NOVEMBER 2014
Titans on the Court
BY JAMIE TOPPER
This season, 27 high-spirited athletes have
taken to the court for the Antelope High Tennis
team, the largest girls’ squad since the school
opened. While only the top twelve players
participate at the varsity level, the new addition
of JV Match Friday has given every member
of the team the opportunity to experience true
competition on the court.
Officially, there was no JV level play in
C.I.F. Instead, the JV players held exhibition
matches after varsity matches ended, often
ending early because of the dark. JV athletes
were unable to wear a school uniform and
truly represent their schools. This disadvantage
conflicted with the obvious advantage of
encouraging larger squads, in which players
could continue to improve and provide a feeder
into varsity play.
JV Match Friday is now a full competitive
experience for all players with new tennis balls,
a line-up announcement, cheers, tables, chairs
for visitors, and parent participation!
Coach Mark Shahan reflected, “It has
turned out to be a very positive experience
for all the JV players for every school in the
new league. We will do it again next year, too.”
This year’s varsity has seven seniors,
two juniors, and four freshmen able to beat
out others for a varsity spot. The talented
newcomers are a needed transition with the
school’s recent switch from Division III to
Division II .
“We are starting to see the appearance
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of players that learned and played tennis
through the park and rec system,” explained
Shahan. “We had a significant cultural and
environmental change because we lost two
weeks out of our four week preseason play
when we switched divisions. Players must
now come to the courts with the skill of tennis
already at hand. Gone are the days where I
taught beginner tennis for four weeks. I only
have enough time now to evaluate, form a
varsity team ladder, and teach tactics and
strategy for both singles and doubles players
before matches begin.”
Shahan is eager to work alongside Sunrise
Recreation and Park District to develop a
Titan Tennis Camp so potential players can
‘Get Racquet Ready!’ This will help grow the
program as fewer players will set down their
racquets post season , and more athletes will
continue to improve over the year and return
ready for competition.
This year’s captain is junior, Ana
Muntean, a three-year player. All team
members elected Muntean in a secret and
unanimous vote.
“She keeps the spirit at games and
practice very positive by innovative new
cheers, giving out fresh scarlet-colored hair
ribbon, designing uniforms, organizing Rally
Night, and developing team spirit on away
games,” said Shahan. “During matches, she
helps organize groups to cheer players. No
one leaves a match when finished when Ana
is around because they stay and cheer. She
even has a kit labeled “Emergency Spirit Kit”
that contains hair ribbon, bows, and clips. She
inspires others to do their best and maintain
great Titan sportsmanship.”
All in all, despite the outcome of
individual scores, the Titan Tennis season
surely has established its own special successes
this season.
“My season goals this year were to
maintain both the positive high-spirited
attitude and athleticism at every practice for
both advanced and beginner players so they
keep coming back every year and hopefully
bring a friend,” said Shahan. “Also, in the past
years some head coaches did not get the girls’
tennis team recognition during homecoming
week’s Rally Night. This year as head coach,
I made sure they were recognized and earned
the respect as athletes which they deserve.”
Indeed, they do.
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Zion Lutheran Church
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3644 Bolivar Ave.,
North Highlands
332-4001
St. John’s Episcopal Church
2351 Pleasant Grove Blvd. Roseville
welcomes YOU
“to come experience the love of JESUS CHRIST”
SUNDAY SERVICES
8 a.m. Traditional Eucharist
9:30 a.m. ADULT EDUCATION
10:30 a.m. Contemporary Worship
praise music/ Sunday school /youth group
The Reverend Cliff Haggenjos, Rector
twww.stjohnsroseville.org
The North Highlands Christian Food
Ministry is run completely by volunteers
and is open every Monday, Tuesday, and
Wednesday from 9:30 am to noon and
is located at 6125 Watt Ave., and serves
the needs of Antelope, North
Highlands, Rio Linda and Elverta
communities.
For more information or
to volunteer, please call the
NHCFM at 331-1510.
have achieved the required time standard in a
single event. For the 2013-14 academic year,
this achievement was
California Capital
earned by graduated
Aquatics (CCA), a
seniors Collin Craig,
United States Swimming
Caroline Culpepper,
affiliated swim team,
Claire Hammond, and
trains year round at
CJ Pais and junior
the Roseville Aquatics
Mackenzie Vargas. Well
Complex (RAC) under
done!
the leadership of Head
CCA held its
Coach Debbie Walker.
largest annual SpookIn addition to
tacular Swim Meet in
our year-round swim
October with some very
program, CCA has
fast swims. Nearly 1,200
several programs
swimmers heeded the
currently underway
starting buzzer with
or in the preparation
nearly 7,400 racing
stage.
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starts over 2 ½ days
Program continues
of swimming. CCA’s
to be very popular.
Daniel Ilin earned the
These swimmers began
2014 Greg Connolly
training in August and
Award. With a motto
will continue through
Daniel Ilin
of “Live for today, for
November. For many
tomorrow is promised
swimmers, this is their
to no-one”, this annual award is in honor of
first opportunity to experience the excitement
a former CCA swimmer and recognizes the
of USA Swimming through practices and
fastest male 15-16 year old in the 200 yard
meets. Our Fall Pre-Team Program is for
freestyle event. Daniel swam a 1:46.91, beating
young swimmers who want to learn the stroke
his competition by a mere .07 of a second!
technique required for competitive swimming.
Out of 2800 swim clubs, CCA was recently
A Spring Pre-Team Program will be offered
identified by USA Swimming as a top level year
in 2015. For additional information about
round swim team! Due to that recognition,
the Spring Pre-Team Program, please contact
Bob Steele, a Master Coach/Consultant, visited
Coach Summer Treadwell at 916-316-3373.
our team from October 14-17. He worked
CCA recently celebrated the 2013-14
with our CCA coaching staff and swimmers,
swim year with its annual banquet at
and provided challenging and fun practices
Morgan Creek Golf & Country Club.
designed to encourage swimmers to BE THE
High school seniors, swimmers, coaches,
BEST YOU CAN BE !
volunteers, and board members were
CCA and Woodcreek Aquatics are
recognized. The evening was capped with CJ
raising money for an on-site Training
Pais being honored with the Coaches Award
Center that will be used by all swimmers.
for his leadership to CCA and his commitment
For more information on Training Center
and dedication to his training.
donations or CCA sponsorships, please
Each year, USA Swimming recognizes its
contact [email protected]
members who excel both in the classroom and
For additional information on CCA or the
in the pool. The Scholastic All-America Team
programs we offer, please visit our website
is made up of high school student-athletes who
at www.ccaswimming.org or call us at 772have completed 10th, 11th or 12th grade, have
6370 ext.6.
a grade point average of 3.5 or higher and who
BY JANET VARGAS, CCA Booster Director
Pastor: Bill Ellis
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Services start at 9am on Sundays
For more information, please call:
Jeffrey Gale at 726-1074.
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3rd Annual Kars for Kids Car Show
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Visitors will enjoy an array of amazing
vehicles ranging from street rods to
antique cars, plus plenty of “muscle car”
favorites and classics. Donations will
support the charitable work helping kids
and families in need for the holidays with
the 11th Annual Christmas Toy and Food
Drive serving the Sacramento and Placer
Counties area.
Daniel and Mary Gromer, founders
of the Christmas Toy and Food Drive,
sees the event as a great opportunity for
car enthusiasts to check out the more
than 100 of the finest vehicles from the
Sacramento region expected to be on
display, while helping out a good cause.
This is the eleventh year for helping kids
and every year they have helped more than
600 kids and their families who otherwise
would have no Christmas.
“We are always trying to raise
awareness of and support for the mission
to help people year round, but there’s
a special place in our hearts for kids at
Christmas,” Mary said.
The Kars for Kids Car Show is looking
for raffle prize sponsors and additional
vendors to sell their arts, crafts and
services.
For Pre-registration is $20.00 plus
a NEW toy for all vehicles, motorcycles
and trailers. Owners can contact Mary at
[email protected] for a registration
form. Please bring the toy or toys on the
day of the show. Day of show registration
is $25.00 plus a NEW toy or $30.00 with
no toy.
Check in starts at 8AM to 10AM.
For Food or Vendor Booth, please
contact Mary Gromer at 916-335-8566
or email at [email protected] and
she will email a vendor form on request.
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7900 Eagle Peak Way
5412 Cheviot Hill Court
3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, 1088 Square Feet
An absolute darling home with loads of special
features and an awesome yard with large pool.
There is a cozy fireplace, an updated kitchen
and bathrooms, windows have been replaced,
nice covered patio and newer roof.
Near schools, parks and shopping.
4 Bedroom, 2 Bath, 1769 Square Feet
Major updating here. Every interior door
replaced, new carpet, new paint and the master
bath gutted and redone to custom home
standards. Bamboo floors in kitchen, granite
with travertine and black granite backsplash.
Truly an Antelope gem!
3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, 1241 Square Feet
The perfect combination of manageable living
space and plenty of yard. The excellent features
of this property include a tile roof, a good size
kitchen, laminate in 2 bedrooms, 3 car garage,
a big pie shaped lot and close proximity to
elementary and middle schools.
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