May - The Antelope News

MAY 2015
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Antelope Library ................................... 3
Women’s Club ....................................... 4
Sunrise Recreation & Park District ..... 4
From Your County Supervisor ............. 5
Center Joint Unified School District ... 6
Center Booster Club ............................. 7
CHS Recognizes Top Scholars ............. 7
Dry Creek School District .................... 8
Tennis in Antelope ................................ 9
Antelope Parent Boosters News .......... 9
Antelope Profiles ................................ 11
ASP & NORM .................................... 12
Down, But Not Out ............................. 13
California Capital Aquatics ................ 13
Community Memorial Day Parade.... 14
Antelope News Classifieds ................ 15
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Sac Summer Car Show
and Swap Meet
Sac Summer Car Show and Swap Meet
is a major car show taking place at Center
High School on May 23, 2015, benefiting
Center Joint Unified School District.
Car Show-Registration 7:00am-9:00am
Car Show 9:00am-3pm
Open to all year vehicles and race cars
sponsored by: Sac. City Muscle Club
Car show registration contact Sac
City Muscle Car Club: Tim Reed 916-9195927; Clint Hildebrand 916-862-8671; Rick
Peterson 916-792-3089.
Vendor/Swap Meet information
contact: Delrae Pope 916-765-9626 or
[email protected]
All money raised through Sac Summer
Car Show and Swap Meet will go directly
to further STEM education (Science,
Technology, Engineering, and Math) and
English-Language Arts. Proceeds will be
used to directly support these programs
within the District.
Educational budget cuts from the
state over multiple years have left public
education of California in critical condition.
Not only do our current students suffer
the immediate impact of these cuts, but
the ongoing effects caused by their lack of
opportunity will impact our state for many
years to come. Money raised through Sac
Summer Car Show and Swap Meet will
provide an immediate and direct impact
into the lives of hundreds of local students,
supplying educational opportunities
otherwise unavailable. These experiences
will serve as a springboard for our local
students toward success in college and
career.
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This season has been an outstanding one
for the Ladies Basketball team at Antelope
High School. They finished their season 27-3,
and ranked 3rd in the state of California, the
highest ranking they have ever achieved. This
was also the first year that the ladies have won
two playoff games, allowing them to qualify
for the Nor Cal State Championships. Veteran
Coach Sean Chambers says this season’s
success is all due to the amazing talent and
dedication of the players.
The team owes a lot of its success to the
dynamic sister duo Nadia and Nia Johnson
who are two of the teams top scorers each
who average between 13-15 points per game.
Sophomore Nadia Johnson has made all league
back to back, this year and last, made all city,
and was ranked one of the top 15 players in
the city. Her sister freshman sensation Nia
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Johnson, has had a spectacular
season. Coach Chambers said of
Nia, “ It has been my privilege
to coach one of the best players
I’ve ever seen in my years here.”
Another outstanding player in her
break out year is Senior Cameo
Warren, who will be playing next
year at Cal State Stanislaus on full
scholarship.
Coach Chambers said it has
been an amazing season to watch
these girls play together and form
a strong support system for one
another. All the girls understand
the commitment, long hours, and hard work
that this sport takes, and all have risen to the
challenge and exceeded expectations by having
one of the greatest if not the greatest season
in the schools history.
With all the girls besides Senior Cameo
Warren, returning next year to play, Coach
Chambers says he has high hopes that next years
season will be even greater. Coach Chambers
says, “next year we will continue to build off
of everything we’ve done this season, but we
will do everything faster and better to continue
this great momentum we’ve built up.” We wish
the Lady Titans all the best in the Norcal State
Championships, and we can’t wait to see what
they bring to the court next year.
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ANTELOPE NEWS • MAY 2015
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Friends of Antelope
Library News
Book Sale: The Friends of Antelope
Library will be having a book sale on Friday
and Saturday, May 1 and 2. We will have
several tables set up with several genres of
hardbacks, paperbacks, and children’s books,
puzzles, DVDs and much more. Most items
are priced between $.50 and $2.00. The sale
will be open for Friends of the Library one
hour prior to opening for the general public.
Hours for the sale are: Friday, May 1, Friends
preview at noon, with the public sale from 1
to 6. On Saturday, May 2, the sale starts at
10 and ends at 3:00. We are now accepting
credit cards at our quarterly sales. Proceeds
from the sale will be used to purchase best
sellers (Lucky Day Collection) for the branch
and to help with programming needs. If you
would like to donate books or other items for
the book sales, please drop them off at the
circulation desk any time the library is open.
Recipe and Story Sharing with Author
Maryellen Burns: On Saturday, May 9 at 2 p.m.,
Maryellen Burns, author of Lost Restaurants
of Sacramento and Their Recipes will be at the
Library. She is writing another book and she
needs your help. Please bring your favorite
recipes and the stories behind them to share.
You may see them in a book one day!
Kids (ages 6-12): Celebrate Physical
Fitness and Sports Month with these fun and
active programs.
Hula Hoop Challenge on Thursday, May
7 at 4 p.m.
Lego Challenge – Earthquakes! on
3
Thursday, May 14 at 4 p.m.
Nerf Games on Thursday, May 21 at 4 p.m.
Homework zone: Did you know that our
library offers free homework tutoring every
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday afternoon
from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Our tutors would
love to help your student succeed in school,
so bring them to the library after school and
spread the word.
One On One Tech Help: Tech help is now
available on Tuesdays at 6 p.m., Wednesdays
at 10 a.m., Thursdays at 2 p.m. and Saturdays
at 11 a.m. by appointment. You can register
with the staff at the front desk.
Changes: The monthly Teen Writers Circle
program and the adult Writers’ Gathering have
been discontinued.
The Antelope Library is located at 4235
Antelope Road, at the corner of Walerga
and Antelope. For more information email
us at: [email protected] or
call 916-264-2700. You are also welcome to
check out our bi-monthly newsletter at http://
nhantelopefriends.blogspot.com/.
Antelope Library Hours:
4235 Antelope Rd., Antelope
Sunday & Monday: Closed
Tuesday & Wednesday: 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Thursday: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Friday: 1 p.m. - 6 p.m.
Saturday: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
For details, telephone the
Sacramento Public Library
at 916-264-2920 or
visit www.saclibrary.org.
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ANTELOPE NEWS • MAY 2015
Antelope-North
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help to get that help. Our Domestic Violence
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for Prevention”. This is
a project that focuses on
preventing child abuse
in America. One way
the program helps with
awareness is to plant
blue pinwheel gardens
The Covina Women’s Club in southern CA.
everywhere. When you
see a blue pinwheel you
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has blue pin wheels in their garden are taking
hot line numbers.
a positive stand against child abuse here in
Come be a part of something very special
America and around the world. The web site
be a part of the find us on Facebook at GFWC
to check out is pinwheelsforprevention.org.
Antelope-North County Women’s Club or
Our children are our future.
email us at antelopeCFWC.org look at our
Pinwheels for Prevention has four ways
mother organizations the state is www.cfwc.
we can all help because we all play a part
org and the international is www.gfwc.org or
to ensure that our nation’s children have a
simply call Dori at 332-7133 our next meeting
healthy start in life. The first is very simple,
is May 2 it is a working meeting. We will be
help a neighbor by offering to baby-sit or give
making presents for the children at Mustard
the parents a break away from their children.
Seed School in Downtown Sacramento to give
We can all do that. Number two is volunteer
to their Mothers. Call for the location.
at a child or family– serving agency. Number
three is also easy, donate money to a child or
family-serving agency. Number four another
easy one, talk about it, do not be silent. Let
everyone know you don’t believe in Child
abuse and you will help anyone who needs
Summer Youth Flag Football
4 - 14 years, Boys & Girls
Citrus Heights Police Activities League
and Sunrise Recreation and Park District
are teaming up to offer a youth flag football
program. Young athletes will learn the
fundamentals of football, team work and the
rewards of competition. Players will also get
the opportunity to build friendships with local
Citrus Heights Police Officers. There will be
guest speakers as well.
Location: Tempo Park
Dates: 5/30 – 6/20 (Saturdays)
Time: 9:00am – 12:00pm
Cost: $45
Basketball Training with Michael Shaw
10 - 18 years, Boys & Girls
Michael Shaw is known as one of
Sacramento area’s premier Basketball
Trainers. Coach Shaw brings 27 years of
coaching experience and provides a wellrounded service to athletes interested in
developing skills such as: footwork, ball
handling, passing and receiving, shooting,
rebounding and much more that will take them
to the next level of competition.
For more information, please log onto:
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Location: Rusch Park Auditorium
Dates: 5/9 – 5/30 (Saturdays); 6/6 – 6/20
(Saturdays)
Time: 9:00 – 10:00am
Cost: $45, 3 weeks
Basketball Rocks Pee Wee Clinics
4 – 6 Years, Boys & Girls
With the help of specially constructed
baskets, this camp will focus of fun, while
learning the basics of the game in a noncompetitive environment.
Location: Rusch Park Auditorium
Dates: 5/9 – 6/6 (Saturdays)
Time: 10:30-11:30 or 11:45am – 12:45pm
Cost: $40, 4 weeks
Basketball Rocks Clinic
7-8 Years, Boys & Girls
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will have a great time playing games in a noncompetitive environment.
Location: Rusch Park Auditorium
Dates: 5/9 – 6/6 (Saturdays)
Time: 1:00 – 2:00pm
Cost: $40, 4 weeks
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ANTELOPE NEWS • MAY 2015
From Your County Supervisor
BY ROBERTA MACGLASHAN, Sacramento
County Supervisor - Chair
together with the region’s health
care providers, law enforcement,
and advocates must collaborate
The need for improved mental
to figure out how our region can
health services in the Sacramento
properly care for this population
region becomes more apparent
that simply cannot care for itself.
daily. Communities are overrun
These conversations are in
with homeless individuals, who
their infancy, but they are already
desperately need services to assist
bearing fruit. Recently, the Board
with mental illness and whose
of Supervisors directed the County
presence in our business districts
Executive to work with the hospitals
and parks cannot be ignored.
to identify better solutions to
The Sacramento Metropolitan
the manner in which people
Roberta
Chamber of Commerce confirms
experiencing mental health crises
MacGlashan
this trend, stating recently that the
are treated. Right now, most
most common issue raised during business
patients are delivered to hospital emergency
walks in local neighborhoods is the blight
rooms, a completely inappropriate and
associated with transient activity.
horrifically expensive way to deal with such
This issue also directly affects local
problems.
jurisdictions’ ability to provide law enforcement
We have to bring more treatment capacity
services in our communities. All too often, law
online, using creative approaches to identify
enforcement time is spent moving the homeless
funding sources. This is the most pressing issue
out of one particular location but, absent
facing our neighborhoods right now, and we must
someplace for them to receive appropriate care
keep the momentum going in the right direction.
and assistance, they will just move on to another
If you have thoughts or ideas, please do
neighborhood where the cycle will simply repeat.
not hesitate to contact me. I may be reached
While we can talk about providing
via email at [email protected] You
additional housing options, and that is
may also call my office and speak with my staff at
certainly a priority, the real key to changing
916-874-5491. Further, please feel free to attend
our communities is to improve mental health
my monthly Community Cabinet Meetings. In
care. We need to ensure that those in crisis
Antelope, we meet on the second Thursday of
can obtain appropriate urgent care, while also
each month from 6:30pm until 7:30pm in the
ensuring that long-term treatment can be easily
North Highlands-Antelope Library. In May,
accessed and consistently engaged.
we will be joined by the County’s Director of
This will not be an easy task, but it is
Regional Parks, Jeff Leatherman. I look forward
a goal that must be pursued. The County,
to hearing from you.
Sheriff’s Community
Meeting this Month
Please attend this upcoming Sheriff’s
Community Meeting to be held at the Antelope
Library (4235 • Antelope Rd.,) on Thursday,
May 14 at 6:00 PM.
Outreach in the community and
communication is vital to keeping communities
healthy. Problem Oriented Deputies will
speak on previous or ongoing concerns that
are happening in your community. Residents
are asked to share and present any law
enforcement concerns, as CHP and Deputies
will be in attendance. Residents will vote on
which issues are their top priorities.
The next Sheriff’s Community meeting
after May, will be held on Thursday, September
10, 2015.
Sherrie Carhart, North Crime Prevention
Specialist - Sheriff’s North Patrol Division:
[email protected]
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 916-905-7627, website: antelopelions.org
Antelope Lions Club meetings are open
to the public.
Striding for Shriners
Please join us for a fun packed day at
Antelope High School on Saturday, May
9th for the first ever Striding for Shriners
Community Run. The event will begin at
7:30am and loop into the Antelope Community
Park. All proceeds will
directly benefit Shriners
Hospitals for Children:
Northern California.
For more information
and to register visit:
anteloperuns.wix.
com/stridingforshriners
[email protected]
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Host family responsibility: provide room
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For further information regarding
Hosting an Exchange student, please contact
Valerie Boughner in Roseville @ 916-807-0431
or visit our website to learn more at www.
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Center Joint Unified School District
BY SCOTT A. LOEHR, Superintendent
It feels like just yesterday
teachers and staff welcomed children
back to campus to start a new school
year of learning and growing. It’s
difficult to believe that the end
of the 2014-15 school year is now
upon us. School sites throughout
the district are planning their
traditional end-of-the-year events.
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There are spirit days, field days,
class celebrations, the States Parades,
academic recognitions, Open House, Jr. & Sr.
Proms, the CHS Moving-Up Rally, promotion
ceremonies and high school commencement
activities. Every CJUSD staff member is doing
their part to ensure a smooth conclusion to
the 2014-15 school year and at the same time,
gearing up for the 2015-16 year to begin.
Congratulations to Center High School’s
2015 Top Ten seniors for their academic
excellence: Elias Jbeily, Natelli Cripe,
Louise Mayrena, Brittney Chao,Vardeep
Atwal, Shivangi Patel, Eric Hargreaves,
Brandon Mason, John Lorenz Salva, Dennis
Gurtovenko. All ten scholars were honored
at a celebratory dinner surrounded by their
families, honored guests and Center High
School and district administration.
Congratulations to the CHS seniors who
have been accepted into 4-year colleges and
universities. In April, college bound seniors
were honored for their academic achievements
at the annual Purple Cord Dinner.
Congratulations to the 34 Center High
School seniors who have earned the Seal of
Biliteracy. The Seal of Biliteracy is a statement
of accomplishment for gaining competency
in two or more languages. In April
the recipients were recognized at a
ceremony at the Sacramento County
Office of Education and will again be
recognized at Sr. Awards Night in
May. At graduation each will wear
an orange cord identifying them as
recipients of the Seal of Biliteracy.
This has been a year of growth,
Loehr
progress and change in the field of
education.
Congratulations to the students and
teachers for successfully completing our first
year with the new standards based assessment,
Smarter Balance. This is a new starting point
that will provide better, clearer information
to parents, teachers and principals about
what children know and are able to do and
will help identify the learning needs of your
child. These changes will provide us a new
opportunity to make sure that every student
graduates prepared and able to make choices
about his or her own future.
May is Staff appreciation. Every position
in the district plays a vital role in providing a
positive learning environment for children.
Teachers, office staff, groundskeepers,
counselors, instructional assistants, campus
monitors, bus drivers, noon duty staff,
maintenance department, custodial staff,
nutrition services, nurses, psychologists and
administrators all contribute to the academic
achievement and the social and emotional
growth of students. We appreciate the work
each staff member does everyday to educate
the children of Antelope. Take a moment to
thank a CJUSD staff member today.
2015 Water Spots — “People’s Choice” Award
Skyler Downes from Center High School
in Antelope took home the “People’s Choice”
award for receiving the most online votes in the
2015 Water Spots Video Contest, sponsored
by the Regional Water Authority, local water
providers and The Sacramento Bee.
Their videos were among the 75 submitted
by middle and high school students from
Sacramento, Placer and El Dorado counties.
Videos conveyed thoughtful and clever
messages focused on the 2015 contest theme:
BEAT THE LEAK! Find and Fix Leaks Fast.
Several demonstrated how leaks can quickly
add up to thousands of wasted gallons. Another
urged viewers to become a “household hero”
by fixing leaky faucets today.
Celebrity judges narrowed videos down
to 10 finalists and then selected the top three
winners for “Judge’s Choice” awards. The
public then voted for their favorite to receive
the “People’s Choice” award.
The finalist videos and winners were
unveiled April 12 on Raley Field’s Jumbotron
before a Sacramento River Cats game. Winning
students and teachers also received cash prizes.
Winning videos can be viewed on Be
Water Smart’s YouTube channel at YouTube.
com/BeWaterSmartinfo.
For more information about finding and
fixing leaks, as well as free water-efficiency
services and rebates, visit BeWaterSmart.info.
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two-dozen water providers and affiliates in the
greater Sacramento area. Its primary mission
is to help its members protect and enhance
the reliability, availability, affordability and
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ANTELOPE NEWS • MAY 2015
Center
Booster
Club
BY CINDY CAMPBELL — Booster President
Thank You for a Fantastic Cougar Booster
Year!
We have had an amazing year of
fundraising and giving back to our fabulous
Cougars, and their programs, clubs, activities,
and athletics. I would like to take this time to
thank my Executive Board Members: Johanna
Quinley, Tina Hockett, and Kelly Utterback,
for their tireless hours and efforts making this
year’s Cougar Booster Club the BEST! We
had around 138 members this year and their
support is always greatly appreciated. But
there are a few that I would like to mention;
Andrea Seals who went above and beyond
the call of duty with her endless organizing of
our volunteers at the both for the 49er games
and now the River Cats baseball games. We
seriously would not have raised as much money
as we did without this special lady. And thanks
to Jennifer Andrade who helped organized
our fabulous crab feed. I will be compiling
a “Year in Review” that will be published in
June, so please stay tuned for some amazing
details on all that we did this year and all the
funds that we raised, you will be blown away!!
Volunteering at River Cats Baseball
Games: If you missed the Mandatory training
in March, but still want to volunteer with us at
the games this season to earn money toward
your student’s activities for next year, please
contact us, we have a way for you to work prior
to the next training date in June.
ALL NIGHT Grad Party: Please find the
AD in this Antelope News for this amazing
night that The Cougar Booster Club and
Johanna Quinley have planned for our Class of
2015 Seniors. This SAFE and fun filled night
is only $60 and SPACE IS LIMITED, so get
your tickets TODAY at the ASB office. We
are still looking for chaperones for this event.
Center Cougar Booster Executive Board
Election: Elections will be held on Wednesday
May 13th at 7 p.m. in the Staff Lounge to
establish the Officers for the next school
year (15-16) Cougar Booster Board. If you
have interest in running for a board position,
(President, Vice President, Treasurer, or
Secretary) please contact us so we can get
you together with the nominating committee.
Celebrate your student’s Birthday in
Lights: We have one more month for you to
list your student’s birthday for the ENTIRE
WEEK of their Birthday on the electronic
marquee for ONLY $10!! Email us to reserve
your spot; space is limited so get your week
reserved NOW!
Cougar Time at Yogurt Time Café: The
last one for this school year is Wednesday May
20th at Antelope location 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.
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.
AHS Student Depkamel Kaur
Khakh Receives National Honor
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CHS Recognizes Top Scholars
BY TAMI JBEILY
T h e
National
Society of High
School Scholars
( N S H S S )
announced that
Antelope High
School student
Deepkamel
Kaur Khakh
from Antelope
Deepkamel Kaur Khakh
has
been
s e l e c t e d
to become a member of the esteemed
organization. The Society recognizes top
scholars who have demonstrated outstanding
leadership, scholarship, and community
commitment. The announcement was made by
NSHSS Founder and Chairmen Claes Nobel,
a senior member of the family that established
the Nobel Prizes.
“On behalf of NSHSS, I am honored
to recognize the hard work, sacrifice, and
commitment that Deepkamel Kaur has
demonstrated to achieve this exceptional
level of academic excellence,” said Mr. Nobel,
“Deepkamel Kaur is now a member of a unique
community of scholars - a community that
represents our very best hope for the future.”
“Our vision is to build a dynamic
international organization that connects
members with meaningful content, resources,
and opportunities,” stated NSHSS president
James W. Lewis. “We aim to help students
like Deepkamel Kaur build on their academic
successes and enhance the skills and desires
to have a positive impact on the global
community.”
Membership in NSHSS entitles qualified
students to enjoy a wide variety of benefits,
including scholarship opportunities, academic
competitions, free events, member-only
resources, publications, participation in
programs offered by educational partners,
personalized recognition items, and publicity
honors.
Formed in 2002, the National Society of
High School Scholars recognizes academic
excellence at the high school level and
encourages members of the organization
to apply their unique talents, vision, and
potential for the betterment of themselves and
the world. Currently there are more than 1
million Society members in over 160 countries.
NSHSS provides scholarship opportunities for
deserving young people.
For more information about NSHSS visit
www.nshss.org
The Top Ten Dinner is an academic
recognition steeped in tradition at Center
High School. It’s an honor bestowed upon
seniors whose grade point average (gpa) is the
top ten of their graduating class. First held in
1989, The Top Ten was the vision of former
CHS Principal, Claude Brock.
speech in which each student reflected on their
time at Center High School and their post
high school goals and aspirations. Each was
awarded a $100 scholarship from the Claude
Brock Memorial Fund.
The Top Ten Dinner has become one of
the most valued and long-standing traditions
District and school administrators,
teaching staff and proud families attended the
Top Ten Dinner on April 9, 2015 to recognize
the Top Ten Honorees for the Class of 2015.
Each Top Ten student was introduced by a
selected staff member that has had an impact
on the student’s high school experience.
The introduction was followed by a heartfelt
at Center High School. Congratulations to the
following 2015 Center High School graduates
for their academic excellence.
Elias Jbeily - Valedictorian, Natelli Cripe
– Salutatorian, Louise Mayrena, Brittney
Chao, Vardeep Atwal, Shivangi Patel, Eric
Hargreaves, Brandon Mason, John Lorenz
Salva, Dennis Gurtovenko.
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ANTELOPE NEWS • MAY 2015
Dry Creek School District Update
BY BRAD TOOKER, Superintendent
As spring begins to blossom,
classrooms in the Dry Creek district
are buzzing with activity as students,
teachers, and staff are busy with state
testing, preparing for open house,
and many end of year events as the
last day of school for the 2014-15
school year approaches.
The District’s Open House
Nights are scheduled for May 13th
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for our two middle schools and on
May 14th for each of the elementary
schools and our K-8 school. Open House is a
great opportunity to visit with school staff,
other parents, and see how much your child
has accomplished throughout the year. While
visiting your school, you will also have the
opportunity to take a first-hand look at what
your child will be learning next year by visiting
the appropriate grade classroom. Check with
your local school for specific Open House
information and times.
This spring marks the second year of the
new state testing program called the California
Assessment of Student Performance and
Progress (CAASPP). Like last year, students
in grades 3-8 will take tests in English-language
arts and mathematics online using a computer.
These tests are also known as the Smarter
Balanced Assessments. Students in grades 5 &
8 will also take paper and pencil science tests
made up of multiple-choice questions. The
testing period in the Dry Creek JESD began
on April 13, 2015 and will conclude by May
22, 2015. Because last year’s field test was a
“test of the test”, results were not given for
individual students, classrooms, or schools.
This is the first year that test results
will be given to individual students,
their families, and their teachers.
On May 4, 2015, fourteen
teachers from the Dry Creek Joint
Elementary School District will be
honored as Placer County Teachers
Who Make A Difference at a special
ceremony sponsored by the Placer
County Chapter of the Association
Tooker
of California School Administrators.
The teachers being recognized are
reflective of and represent the excellent
teachers in our district. The honorees are:
Donald Diaz and Jessica Brown (Antelope
Crossing Middle School), Tamara Ewing and
Lisa Kersey (Antelope Meadows Elementary
School), Megan Devine (Barrett Ranch
Elementary School), Kristi Kandt and Tracy
Williams (Coyote Ridge Elementary School),
Kathy Mooney and Cecil Jerusha (Creekview
Ranch Middle School), Amy Bello (Heritage
Oak Elementary School), Julie Parker (Olive
Grove Elementary School), Mary Lee (Quail
Glen Elementary School), and Dee Dee
Panelli and Kevin Edmondson (Silverado
Middle School).
In addition, we would like to announce
our 2015-16 Classified Employee of the Year
is Sandie Faulk, Administrative Secretary/
Educational Services, and our 2015-2016
Sallie Mae First Year Teacher is Steven
Murphy, Teacher at Creekview Ranch School.
Congratulations to all of the award recipients.
For those planning to attend one of
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BY GREG BUNDESEN
Registration for new DCJESD
Transitional Kindergarten (TK)
through eighth grade students is
now open for the 2015-16 school
year. Details of the enrollment and
registration processes, including
dates and locations for application
pick-up and return, are listed on the
district website at www.drycreek.
k12.ca.us; click “Parent’s” on the
top menu, and select “Student
Registration”.
the three district eighth grade promotion
ceremonies, mark your calendar for Thursday,
June 4, 2015, at 9:00 am. For additional
promotion ceremony information please
contact the appropriate school office.
With less than five weeks until the last
day of school, June 4, 2015, we would like to
remind you that if you have moved, or know
you will be moving over the summer, to please
update your information at your school office
prior to the last day of school. This will ensure
that you will receive information regarding the
upcoming school year that is mailed to parents
during the summer break.
This year marks the 40th anniversary
of the Safe Drinking Water Act, which was
signed into law by President Ford and gave
the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
power to set health-based standards to protect
drinking water.
The Sacramento Suburban Water District
(SSWD) is encouraging people to help
celebrate this special occasion by passing on
the bottled water and having a drink from the
tap during Drinking Water Awareness Week
(May 3 – 8). They recommend it as a great
way to stay refreshed and help conserve water.
The Pacific Institute estimates that
the production of drinking bottles uses the
equivalent of 17 million barrels of oil and that
it takes 3 liters of water to produce 1 liter of
bottled water. It’s also estimated that of the
50 billion plastic water bottles Americans use
annually, only 23 percent are recycled.
Help SSWD mark this anniversary by
filling up a glass straight from the faucet, and
if you’re out and about download the free
WeTap app for iPhone and Android to find
the closest public water fountain. The app
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ANTELOPE NEWS • MAY 2015
Tennis in Antelope – SCTA Activities Through Sunrise Parks
Boys & Girls, 13-17 years
Event: Friday Night Teen Tennis
This event is a teen social event for the
surrounding high school aged tennis players.
The format is round-robin mixed-gender
tennis. No instructions or lessons given. Pizza,
drinks, new tennis balls, music, and prizes are
all provided. Players will see tennis team
players from SacState, ARC, or SVC assisting
in the fun.
Location: Antelope Tennis Center at the
Antelope Community Park
$6 Fri, May 1st, 7:00 pm-10:00 pm
$6 Fri, May 8th, 7:00 pm-10:00 pm
$6 Fri, May 15th, 7:00 pm-10:00 pm
$6 Fri, May 22rd, 7:00 pm-10:00 pm
Boys & Girls, 7-10 years
Event: FREE Summer H.I.T.S. Beginner
Red Ball Program
H.I.T.S. stands for Honesty, Inspiration,
Teamwork, and Sportsmanship. It is a
tennis program for kids 10 and under that
incorporates the fundamentals of a team
sport with life skills enrichment. Kids will
participate in fun activities while learning the
fundamentals of tennis in a safe and supportive
environment. All participants receive a H.I.T.S.
t-shirt, wristband, ball, certificate, players/
parents manual and more!!!
Location: Antelope Tennis Center at the
Antelope Community Park
$Free Sat(s) only, June 13th,- July 25th
12:15 pm-1:30 pm (6 sessions total)
Boys & Girls, 13-18 years (High School
age)
Event: USTA H.I.T.S. Coaches Workshop
This event is for high school age teens
wanting to be a youth tennis coach. The United
States Tennis Association will conduct a 3-hour
certification workshop. This will enable teens
to be eligible for a summer coaching position.
A level of positive high-energy is required.
This program teaches the use of “right-sized”
equipment (in regards to weight, length, speed
and size).
Location: Antelope Tennis Center at the
Antelope Community Park
$Free Sat only, June 6th, 9 am-12 pm
(Noon) Snacks and drinks provided
For more information or to register,
please visit us at www.sacramentotennis.
net. To learn more about ALL of our after
school programs please contact Eldon at
530-354-5343.
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Antelope Parent Boosters News
BY ALENA M. AARON - President
Hello Titans! Wow! This school
year has flown by WAY too fast.
May is such an exciting time of the
year for everyone!! APB will be thanking
the faculty of AHS with our annual
luncheon on May 8. Please contact Alena at
[email protected] if you
would be interested in donating a dish to this
event or to be part of the luncheon that day.
The Class of 2015 is going to Disneyland!!!!
We want to thank everyone who has helped
thus far with the fundraising but we are not
done yet!! We want to make sure this class
gets to enjoy a PARTY after the ceremony
and we need your help. If you know of any
businesses or you yourself has something you
can donate to make this a PARTY to remember
with awesome raffle prizes, please bring your
donations to the last APB general meeting on
May 27!! We could also use some snack foods
to feed the graduates on the buses on the way
to Anaheim. We have to say a special THANK
YOU to the Dominos in Antelope for being
our monthly fundraiser this year, which is going
on again on May 27!!
The best way to show your appreciation
is to be a patron to Dominos and why not do
so once again on that day???
As the school year is coming to a close, we
would like to remind everyone that APB can
not do what we do for the students, faculty and
community of Antelope High School without
the members. Please consider becoming a
member of APB for the 2015/16 school year.
Memberships are only $20 for one or
you can add an additional for $15 more.
Not only will you benefit personally with
discounts around Antelope, but your
contribution goes directly to fund APB!!
The last APB meeting for the school
year will be held on Wednesday, May 27 at
7:00PM in the AHS library. We will be voting
for positions on the Executive Board. The
board positions are each a two-year term.
We need to vote in the following positions:
VP Boosters, VP Membership, and Treasurer.
All board member nominees need to
be 14/15 members in good standing. Please
consider holding a board position and come
to the meeting for elections.
The APB would also like to wish our
2015 Antelope HS Graduating Class heartfelt
CONGRATULATIONS!
Be smart and safe as you celebrate
your accomplishment, and best wishes for a
successful and fun filled life in the years ahead!!
Let us know what special things
your kids are doing in Antelope!
See page 3 for submission info.
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ANTELOPE NEWS • MAY 2015
— ANTELOPE PROFILES —
Getting to know you...
Meet Dave and Yolanda Willis
BY LISA LISONBEE
Volunteers do so much for
communities. One of the reasons
Antelope has such a great community
feel is because of the involvement of
people who spend their efforts and
resources to make it a better place. We
are proud to have neighbors who are
volunteers both in Antelope and the
surrounding regions. Let us introduce
you to two of them!
Dave and Yolanda Willis were both
born in San Francisco. While Dave
grew up in The City, Yolanda spent her
growing up years in Silicon Valley.
Many years later they met while
working at a Kaiser Hospital in Plant
Operations. Yolanda was a clerk, while
Dave handled mechanical issues. He
installed and fixed equipment, such as
HVAC systems, hospital beds, televisions,
garbage disposals and more.
Dave was commuting to this area from
Fairfield but after his wife died he moved to
Antelope to help with the commute. Yolanda
was already in Antelope selling real estate.
When Yolanda’s husband passed away, Dave
and Yolanda became friends, and the rest, as
Dave and Yolanda Willis
they say, is history.
Dave and Yolanda write their history by
doing some pretty great things. Once they
both retired, they began traveling in their
motor home. Along the way they spent time
as volunteers at various churches and also did
camp hosting. In Grays Harbor, Washington
they became docents for a historical lighthouse.
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What a great organization that takes
care of people’s basic needs! Dave has been
a volunteer for this organization for almost
seven years and associates with a wonderful
group of men and women volunteers. “Its’ a
good feeling to give back to the community.”
Dave and Yolanda also volunteer by
feeding the hungry as part of “The Way
Ministry” with Pastor Lonnie Nix (916-7823427). To fill his plate even more, Dave
volunteers at “Homes for Our Troops” and
“Habitat for Humanity.” Yolanda says of
Dave, “He makes me so proud.”
When Dave and Yolanda have time, they
enjoy going to plays, museums and taking walks
together. Between the two of them they have
three children and six grandchildren, who
unfortunately do not live nearby! They’ve
shared their extra love with their elevenyear-old boxer named Termite, who recently
passed away.
Dave and Yolanda enjoy Antelope. They
like the cost of living, the proximity to both
mountains and water. And of course, they
like the good friends they’ve made.
We are happy to have them as part of
our community. To join Dave and Yolanda
in their volunteer efforts, check out one of
the organizations they work with! They are
always looking for volunteers!
Do you know a neighbor who should be
recognized? Well, just let us know.
Send your names or suggestions to the
Antelope News at [email protected]
Or call us at 727-6393.
Youth Soccer
Registration
Register at the North County Community Room
at the corner of Elkhorn Blvd and Don Julio Blvd
Pre-register at www.eayso.org — print and bring with you.
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“That was awesome!”
Traveling in a 300-square-foot motor
home for two years may prove troublesome
for some relationships, but Yolanda and Dave
learned that they don’t just love each other-they actually like each other and got along
well in those close quarters.
Travel plans were cut short when Dave’s
mom in San Francisco began falling and
breaking bones. In 2008, they returned home
so they could take care of family. Yolanda
is now the primary caregiver to her
“beautiful 101-year-old mother-in-law.”
Dave is proud to be a volunteer
for an organization called “Rebuilding
Together” (916-731-7077). Rebuilding
Together has a program that specifically
helps to prevent falls at home, called
“Safe at Home.” Members of this
volunteer program meet two days a
week, Tuesdays and Thursdays from
7:30 am to 11:00 am. There are about
twenty volunteers who go to homes of
the elderly or disabled. They start by
assessing the needs of the person, and
then they begin to work!
Volunteers install things like bars in
the bathtubs, showers, or near the toilet.
They may also install a toilet riser with
handles to raise the toilet seat. Showers
and bathtubs may be fitted with non-slip
pads to prevent falls, or shower hoses so
the nozzle can be extended down to someone
sitting. Night lights help in the bathroom
and hallways. Transfer poles installed next
to a person’s bed or recliner help a person be
more independent without the high risk of
falling as they move themselves from a chair
or walker. Wheelchair ramps and handrails
can be installed inside or outside of homes,
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April 23
6:30 PM
to
8:00 PM
May 9
9:30 AM
to
11:30 AM
Registration $90
May 14
6:30 PM
to
8:00 PM
May 20
6:30 PM
to
8:00 PM
Registration $105
June 5
6:30 PM
to
8:00 PM
$125
All kids age 4 to18 are invited to join Antelope AYSO for our exciting fall season.
The season begins in August and ends with tournaments in November.
Moving Life Forward
Our Under-5 program is only $65.
Ask for more details at registration.
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Looking for volunteer Coaches and Referees.
Free AYSO classes available.
www.antelopeAYSO.org
6550 Freeport Blvd. Ste A
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ANTELOPE NEWS • MAY 2015
Spinelli Elementary Second Annual St. Baldrick’s Event!
BY TAMI JBEILY
Over the past fifteen years St. Baldrick’s
events have raised approximately $150 million
in the battle to cure childhood cancer. These
funds enable doctors and scientists to pursue
the most promising new cures for childhood
cancer, and they make clinical trials available
to more children than ever. Since 2000, St.
Baldrick’s has hosted more than 5,500 headshaving events, shaving more than 244,000
heads in 30 countries and 50 U.S. states. Center
Unified School District has been participating
in St. Baldrick’s events since 2007.
On Friday, March 27th Spinelli Elementary
held its second annual St. Baldrick’s event.
There were a total of forty-six participants
who sacrificed their hair in the name of cancer
research. In addition to the thirty-six students
who shaved their heads, ten young ladies gave
up 10” of their beautiful hair to Locks of
Love. Joining these brave students was our
own CJUSD Superintendent, Scott Loehr,
and Assistant Superintendent, Craig Deason.
The courageous participants of this year’s
event not only donated their hair. Many made
personal sacrifices to fulfil the promise they
made to raise money for childhood cancer
research. Some students brought in their
birthday money while others donated money
they earned working various jobs.
With the generosity and support of the
staff, students, and the Center Unified family,
the Spinelli event raised over $6,000 with more
contributions coming in daily.
This event has been an annual tradition
for teacher, Jean Luigi and her family. Jean
has been committed to St. Baldricks after her
own son battled childhood cancer.
“I am truly in awe of the sacrifice,
commitment, and generosity of the students
and families at Spinelli. They have given up so
much in a valiant effort to make a difference in
another child’s life. The money we raised this
year could provide the funds for just one more
child to participate in a life-saving clinical trial.
I don’t know if the students fully understand
the impact that their sacrifice makes, but I am
grateful for their willingness to participate in
this worthy cause. They will always be heroes
in my book,” expressed Mrs. Luigi.
To make a contribution visit www.
stbaldricks.org and search for Spinelli
Elementary.
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.
Ariel and Her Friends
Come to Roseville!
The Roseville Theatre Arts Academy
(RTAA) is proud to present A Tail of Two
Pawn Shops, an original children’s play by
Michelle Raskey, as part of their continuing
Treehouse Players Series. Tickets are $8.00
at brownpapertickets.com or $10 at the door.
In this twist on the classic Little Mermaid
at 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. Tickets are $10 at
the door or $8 through brownpapertickets.
com. The Roseville Theatre Arts Academy
is located at 241 Vernon St, Roseville, in the
historic Roseville Theatre.
The Roseville Theatre Arts Academy
is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to
Topeka Vaughn, Caleb Colombo and Michael MacLennan.
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tale, Ariel has no wish to leave the sea. Why
would she? She owns the most successful
pawn shop under the sea! Every crab, shark,
and flounder brings her their gadgets, gizmos,
and thingamabobs when they need a few extra
clams. But what happens when a handsome
prince from land stumbles upon her shop while
scuba diving? Will Ariel and the prince be
able to live happily ever after? Find out in this
original tale by Michelle Raskey, the author of
Fairytale Survivor, If The Shoe Fits…The True
Tale of Cinderella, and Rapunzel (of the Bayou)!
A Tail of Two Pawn Shops runs now through
May 16th, 2015 with performances on Saturdays
fostering theatre arts within the Roseville
community. Programs include children’s
workshops each season, a “Masters’ Series”
for more experienced actors, a Community
Choir, and Academy classes in voice,
dance and drama. The 2014-2015 season is
sponsored by Consolidated Communications
Inc. and continues with the Master’s Series
production of Joseph and the Amazing
Technicolor Dreamcoat, July 17th through
July 25th, 2015.
For more information or to donate please
visit www.rosevilletheatreartsacademy.com
or call 916-772-2777.
ANTELOPE NEWS • MAY 2015
Down, But Not Out
BY JAMIE ROSSITTO
By
all
appearances it may
seem that Center
High School’s Boys
Varsity Baseball
Team is struggling.
Due to grades and
other situations,
this season has
definitely not been
an ideal one for
long time Coach
Jeff Wise. “This
is our first season
without a winning
game so far,” says
Wise. The Cougars
are currently 0-10, but Wise says they haven’t
thrown in the towel yet.
Players like sophomore Adam Jarrett,
who is the team’s leading pitcher, and junior
Connor Swalley, who is the team’s main
catcher, have exceeded expectations this
season says Wise. Adam, who was brought
up from JV last season, has really brought his
A game despite the team’s struggles. Senior
Mark Rossitto has also stepped up by filling
in as relief pitcher, and catcher for the team,
and by bringing his asset’s as a strong batter
to the plate.
Wise, who has been coaching the boy’s
baseball team for 19 years, says the team
demonstrates a great bond, “these boys play
well together.” Wise, who is a teacher at
Wilson C. Riles Middle School, has known
most of these boys since they were 12 years
old. Wise says despite the struggles of the
season the boys haven’t given up yet, “They
are sticking together, continuing to play hard,
and demonstrating
a great moral.”
The boys are still
fighting to salvage
the season with
only 5 games left,
but with heads
held high and by
continuing to play
hard the season
isn’t over yet for
these dedicated
players.
Photos courtesy of Linda Rossitto
Wise hopes for a better season next year
even with the loss of some players due to
graduation, while others such as shortstop
Andrew Stover, and utility player Kyle Mustra,
who were brought up this year from JV, will
be returning next season. Even though this
season hasn’t been ideal, the players have
been working hard to overcome obstacles. We
wish the Varsity Boys the best of luck with the
remaining games in their season. Go Cougars!
North Highlands-Antelope
Youth Soccer Club
2015 Registration
Ages 4-18
League age determined by the player’s age as of July 31, 2015
Registrations will be held at:
Sacramento Area Sewer District
5026 Don Julio Blvd,Sacramento
( corner of Elkhorn & Don Julio Blvd. )
Saturday, April 11th 1:00pm – 4:00pm
Saturday, April 25th 11:00am -2:00pm
Saturday, May 16th 11:00am – 2:00pm
Saturday, June 6th 1:00pm – 4:00pm
Saturday, June 20th 11:00am – 2:00pm
Early Bird Registration on April 11th only $75.00 per player (cost of uniform not included)
• Registration Cost $80.00
• Uniform Cost ($38-$41 includes one of each: Jersey, shorts & socks) Must purchase
•
Optional Candy Fundraiser buyout is an additional $30.00 at time of registration only
THINGS NEEDED FOR REGISTRATION:
•
Current photo of each child registering (passport photo size)
• First time players with our club must provide a copy of their county issued birth certificate or
other government issued ID. See web for additional acceptable proof of age documentation
Incomplete applications will not be accepted
Player will not be placed on a team until both photo and birth certificate/government ID has been provided
For more information please visit our website at NHAYSC.COM or
Call 916-991-KICK
This program is not affiliated with the Twin Rivers Unified School District or the Center
Joint Unified School District. Neither the Twin Rivers USD nor the Center JUSD accepts
any liability or responsibility for this program. NHAYSC is a non-profit organization.
This distribution or display of material is provided as a community service.
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California Capital Aquatics
BY JANET VARGAS, CCA Booster Director
California Capital
donned suits and caps
Aquatics (CCA), a
for their high schools
United
States
this season included:
Swimming affiliated
Antelope HS: Ashlee
swim team, trains year
Crouch, Daniel
round at the Roseville
Ilin, Slava Ilin, Alex
Aquatics Complex
Makhmudyantsev, and
(RAC) under the
James Strohm; Center
leadership of Head
HS: Leo Vorobyev;
Coach Debbie Walker.
Del Oro HS: Crosby
In addition to
Tinucci; Granite Bay
our year-round swim
HS: Connor Hinson
program, CCA will
and Hannah Xu;
be offering a Summer
Inderkum HS: Johnson
Alina Swanson (2nd) and
Pre-Team Program.
Sun; Oakmont HS:
Matthew Ng (2nd).
Practices will be held
Alex Cordova and
June 8 – July 31 at the RAC. The Summer
Bella Davis; Rocklin HS: Madison Chase,
Pre-Team Swim Program has two objectives:
Preslee Chase, and Lucy Peltz; Roseville HS:
to develop technique in the four competitive
Josh McCown and Makenna Vulgas; Western
strokes, and to introduce swimmers to the
Sierra Collegiate Academy: Annie Bristow,
CCA program and USA Swimming. For
Lauren Bristow, and Shawn Wang; Whitney
additional information about the Summer
HS: AJ Fajardo-Cruz, Katie James, and Lauren
Pre-Team Program, please see our website at
Votava; Woodcreek HS: Kelly Amanna, Kelli
www.ccaswimming.org or call Coach Summer
Boston, Warren Box, Sierra Buell, Sabrina
Treadwell at (916) 316-3373.
Evanson, Emma Goss, Paolo Ignacio, Taylor
Congratulations to all the swimmers who
Jamison, Lexi Johnson, Allison Lund, Grace
participated in the 2015 Short Course Junior
Lund, Lauren O’Meara, Mikaela Strub, Jack
Olympics. CCA took 4th place overall. On an
Swanson, Mackenzie Vargas, and Chantel
individual basis, hi-point awards were earned
Velarde.
by Matthew Ng (2nd), and Alina Swanson
For additional information on CCA
(2nd). Well done swimmers!
or the programs we offer, please visit our
CCA was well represented throughout the
website at www.ccaswimming.org or call us
high school swimming season and will be at
at 772-6370 ext.6. For more information on
High School Sections May 14-16 at Tokay High
sponsorship, please contact [email protected]
School in Lodi, CA. The 39 swimmers who
ccaswimming.org
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ANTELOPE NEWS • MAY 2015
For God So Loved the
World….
St. Andrew’s
Episcopal
Church
Non-Denomination
Come As You Are
Sunday Service 10am & 6pm
Bible Study – Tuesday 10:30am
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http://www.ZionLutheranNH.org
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A Purpose Driven Church
3644 Bolivar Ave.,
North Highlands
332-4001
Pastor: Bill Ellis
Community Memorial Day Parade
Monday, May 25, 2015, the Veterans
of Foreign Wars, VFW Post 4647 is
proudly sponsoring the 49th Annual North
Highlands/Antelope Community Memorial
Day Parade, one of the oldest and largest
Memorial Day Parades in the Greater
Sacramento Area!
The parade begins at 10:00 am and starts
at the corner of Watt Avenue and I Street, at
the Family Community Church. The parade
route goes south on Watt Avenue from I
Street to A Street.
The theme for the parade this year is
“All gave Some, Some gave All”, recognizing
all those who have served this great nation,
and those who are serving today, in whatever
capacity, to insure the ideals of American
Freedom will continue to thrive.
There will be local dignitaries, marching
bands, classic cars, youth groups, service
organizations, equestrian units, and any
others who wish to participate. Entry into the
parade is free. First, second and third place
trophies will be awarded in each category
listed on the Parade Entry Form. A “Judges
Choice” trophy will also be awarded.
If anyone is interested in participating
or helping in the parade, applications and
information may be requested by visiting
our website at www.VFWPost4647.org or
by calling James Milton, Parade Chairman,
at 916-835-7267.
McAllister Keller Guitar Duo Concert
St. John’s Episcopal Church
It’s not often that chamber music
enthusiasts get an opportunity to hear two
classical guitars with voice. Presenting
Songs: Old and New, MKGD will be featured
at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, Antelope.
Songs: Old and New explores the concept of
song from the Renaissance to the present
day. Bridging four centuries, their program
will include songs from Elizabethan England
by John Dowland and Robert Johnson, an
original arrangement of an Italian madrigal
by Carlo Gesualdo, folk and art songs from
South America, and duets by Paulo Bellinati,
Mario Lavista, Steve Reich, and the Duo’s
own Derek Keller.
WHEN: Sunday, May 17, 4:00 pm
WHERE: St. Andrew’s Episcopal
Church •7850 Watt Avenue, Antelope.
TICKETS: $10-15 requested donation
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
Local Food Closet
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.
The Church of Jesus Christ
of Latter-day Saints
Antelope CA Stake
3621 Elverta Rd. • Antelope
Services start at 9am on Sundays
For more information, please call:
Jeffrey Gale at 726-1074.
http://www.mormon.org
Every month people in
Antelope turn to our
pages for the latest on
community news!
N.T. Wright to Speak at
William Jessup University
World famous biblical scholar N.T.
Wright will be speaking at a public lecture
at William Jessup University on Thursday,
May 28 at 7 p.m. and at St. John’s Episcopal
Church, Roseville on Friday, May 29, 10 a.m.
till noon. Wright has been called one of the
greatest theologians and Biblical scholars
of our time. He is author of over 75 books,
and has appeared on popular shows such as
Fresh Air and the Colbert Report. Wright
will be speaking on the subject “Paul for
Tomorrow’s World.”
He recently published a large study of
Paul entitled Paul and the Faithfulness of
God, the fourth in his multi-volume series
Christian Origins and the Question of God.
Wright has an ability not only to engage with
the scholarly world on the highest level, but
also to write in a way that is accessible to
everyone. His popular Everyone series has
been widely used in church study groups and
has helped many to a deeper understanding
of the New Testament message.
At St. John’s, Roseville, Wright
will speak on “Equipping Leaders for
tomorrow’s Church”. This is a meeting
primarily for pastors and Church leaders,
but is open to anyone. Space is limited
to 400. Both events are jointly are cosponsored by the Center for Bible Study,
a ministry of the Episcopal Diocese
of Northern California, based at St.
Andrew’s, Antelope. Don’t miss this
opportunity to hear world famous Biblical
scholar, N.T. Wright! For information and
tickets see the website of William Jessup
University or go to Eventbrite:
N.T Wright, Paul for Tomorrow’s World
N.T. Wright, Equipping Leaders for
Tomorrow’s Church
ANTELOPE NEWS • MAY 2015
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SERVICES
QUALITY LAWNCARE: Mowing,
Edging, Blowing, Trimming, Clean-ups.
10% Off first time. Senior discounts.
Free estimates. License #120150.
916-879-6534.
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LICENSED DAYCARE currently
has openings for newborns to age
5. Loving family environment. Lic#
343618536. 916-889-5673.
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Control. Special $49.99. We will service
your property for your pest concerns.
Licensed, Bonded & Insured. Give us
a call to know more about our special.
916-236-7878.
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PIANO LESSONS! Experienced
teacher. Learn at your own pace.
Daytime and after school openings.
Call Theresa 916-662-2130, or email
[email protected]
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TK ROOFING INC. Call us for your
Re-Roofing needs. We are locally
owned & operated. We do composition,
tile & seamless gutters. Over 20 years
experience. All work guaranteed. Call
for a Free Estimate. Fully bonded and
insured. Lic#786249. 916-723-6960 or
916-343-4931.
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MONTENEGRO ELECTRIC. Home
or business. Repairs, Upgrades, Code
corrections, Tenant improvements. Visa/
MC #774629, 916-275-0784.
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SMART DOLLAR. Your local Dollar
Store now with 10% off Tuesday! 8027
Watt Ave. 916-348-4313. Facebook: Smart
Dollar Store. Tuesday-Thursday: 10a-7p.
Friday-Saturday: 10:30aM-7pm.
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IS YOUR CHILD STRUGGLING in
school this year? Private tutoring by retired teacher/administrator will give your
child support and confidence for success.
Research based programs/strategies. K-7.
Local references. $30/hr. 916-242-0963.
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HARDWOOD/LAMINATE. $600 for a
10’x12’ room. Over 50 colors. Good references. Randy 916-847-4357. Lic#852123.
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BOLL CONSTRUCTION: Gutter
Cleaning, Painting, Flooring, Electrical,
Baseboards, Ceiling Fans, Siding, etc –
Call Larry at 916-203-4194.
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JACK CARLISLE MASONRY; brick,
block, stone; quality work, no job too
small. License #783619. 729-4515.
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Sunday, May 10th!
FOR SALE: CAL -KING Aireloom
mattress, 4-yrs old. Excellent condition.
$1,000 OBO. 916-771-8139.
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COME JOIN the Adventure with Antelope Cub Scout Pack 22: 916-538-0220 or
[email protected]
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ST. JOHN’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Community/Neighborhood Parking Lot
Sale: Participation in this event as a seller
is open to any organizations as well as
individuals. Everyone is invited and welcome to come as a buyer. The date is set
for Saturday, May 2. The sale opportunities will be from 8:30a.m. till 3:30 p.m.
Sellers may set up their space starting at
7 a.m. There is a $25 fee per space. The
sale location is in the St. John’s parking
lot at 2351 Pleasant Grove in Roseville.
Items may be old or new, hand crafted
or typical garage sale pieces. Remember
your “junk” may be some else’s treasure
per sale chairperson Mary Circle. For additional information please contact Mary
Circle at [email protected] or call her
at 916-223-2996.
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ST. CLARE CATHOLIC CHURCH
along with Knights of Columbus Council
#12887 is holding their Annual Parking
Lot Sale on Saturday, May 9th at 7am
(1950 Junction Blvd., Roseville). This
event is always packed with various items
including video games, antiques, yard
equipment and SO MUCH MORE!!!
Spaces are only $10 and include an adjacent spot for your vehicle. To reserve your
spot, please send an email to [email protected]
juno.com with St. Clare Parking Lot Sale
in the subject line. We look forward to
seeing you there!
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MEETING SPACE FOR RENT for club,
organization or church, 7850 Watt Ave.,
916-332-1476.
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THREE LEGACIES Group Alcoholics
Anonymous meeting Fridays 10:30 a.m.
7850 Watt Ave, St. Andrews Church.
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FIGHT CANCER. Help by donating gently used furniture, clothing and household
items. Volunteers are needed to pick up
and deliver your donations to the American Cancer Society’s Discover Shop in
Roseville. Call 771-5267 for more info.
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cleaners, socializers. Kitten Central of
Placer County 916-645-2217 or [email protected]
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ANTELOPE NEWS • MAY 2015
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George Brown
349-1000
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25 Year
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8650 Tansy Court
9039 Redwater Drive
4029 Simi Valley Way
4 Bedroom, 2.5 Bath, 1734 Square Feet
Upgraded flooring with laminate & tile, granite
counters in the kitchen and baths. Kitchen also
has upgraded appliances. Formal dining area
and a good sized yard with patio.
$289,000
3 bedroom, 2.5 Bath, 1624 Square Feet
Lovely, well maintained home with open floor
plan, vaulted ceilings and a large kitchen with
pantry and island. Large corner lot with RV
access and room for a pool.
$290,000
4 Bedroom, 2 Bath, 1893 Square Feet
New roof, new wood laminate flooring, new
interior paint, open kitchen with stainless steel
appliances. Master bath has walk in jetted SPA.
Private backyard with newer 8X8 shed.
$260,000
have teamed up with
Domino’s Pizza
And are giving away
a pizza a day for a year!
Walerga location
Next to Verizon
To enter, simply go to
AntelopeHomes.com
8020 Walerga Road #1022
3212 Pepperridge Drive
3232 Groveland Way
Bedroom, 2 Bath, 890 Square Feet
The popular two bedroom model with each
room at opposite ends of the unit. Living room
with fireplace and a balcony with additional
storage. Close to schools and shopping.
$120,000
3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, 1362 Square Feet
Original owners! Very well maintained and
immaculate inside. JMC one story with separate
living and family room. New carpet, newer
appliances. Nice above ground pool in back
with large deck. Secluded, quiet subdivision.
$255,000
3 Bedroom, 2.5 Bath, 1584 Square Feet
Move in ready home with new paint inside and
out. New carpeting, tile floors, granite counters,
awesome appliances and new flooring and
counters in the bathrooms. New AC unit in
2014. Nice covered patio in the backyard.
$267,500
Antelope Annual Garage Sale
SALE DATE: SATURDAY, JUNE 20TH
Join in our Annual Garage Sale and you will benefit from:
FREE Garage Sale Kit (tags, stickers, pen & directional signs)
Advertising of sale in the Sacramento Bee & Antelope News
A spot on the map available for pick up at our office day of the sale
If you are interested in participating simply go to
AntelopeHomes.com to sign up no later than June 5th.
We will need your name, address, email and phone#.