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Annual Run Rocklin Takes Place April 12 at SpringView Park

Annual Run Rocklin Takes Place April 12 at SpringView Park

The 12th annual Run Rocklin will be held Sunday, April 12 at Johnson-Springview Park in Rocklin.

Last year a half-marathon (13.1 miles) was added and helpedthe annual charity event have a record-number 3,123 participants. The event has benefited the Matt Redding Foundation and Rocklin’s local schools since 2006. Run Rocklin raised $29,000 in 2014.

Unlike other half-marathons in the Sacramento region, Run Rocklin offers more rolling hills and challenging terrain. The race starts and ends at Johnson Springview Park, 5480 5th St. The half-marathon is limited to the first 600 people who register.

“The half-marathon is a very popular, sought-after distance and really helped boast our overall numbers last year. Half marathons are what a lot of runners are doing locally,” Race Director Larry Osborne said.  Our half-marathon offers a unique combination of a gentle start, up-and-down terrain, rolling hills and a flat fast finish.”

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March is Museum Membership Month!

March is Museum Membership Month!

On the heels of another successful Sacramento Museum Day, the Sacramento Association of Museums (SAM) has identified March 2015 as Museum Membership Month!  The benefits of museum membership often extend well beyond a financial savings and include exclusive experiences only available to members.  Plus, there’s something for everyone as the thriving Sacramento museum community offers memberships at virtually every museum and/or destination -- from fine art and culture to native, exotic and endangered wildlife.  

To highlight Museum Membership Month in March, many of the 30 museums are offering special incentives and discounts for enthusiasts who choose to become members of their favorite museums and destinations.  A few limited-time offers include the following:

•   Aerospace Museum of California -- 25 percent off new Family memberships during March;

An Evening with Amy Grant

An Evening with Amy Grant

An Evening with Amy Grant
Nevada Union Chamber Choir
Directed by Rod Baggett opening

VETERANS MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM - GRASS VALLEY

The Center for the Arts presents
Thursday, February 26, 8:00PM

Tickets at:
www.thecenterforthearts.org
530-274-8384

http://thecenterforthearts.org/amy-grant/

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Capitol Periodontal Group Launches New Campaign to Encourage Healthy Gums

Capitol Periodontal Group Launches New Campaign to Encourage Healthy Gums

Capitol Periodontal Group is proud to be an official partner of the American Academy of Periodontology (AAP) campaign to raise awareness about the dangers of gum disease. With one in every two adults age 30 and older suffering from periodontal disease (commonly referred to as gum disease), Capitol Periodontal Group and the AAP are calling for Americans to Love the Gums They’re With.

Periodontal disease can lead to receding gums, bone damage, loss of teeth, and can increase the risk of other health problems such as heart disease and diabetes. Despite its prevalence, periodontal disease is hardly ever discussed, resulting in a lack of urgency for people to properly care for their gums. Simple steps like brushing twice a day, flossing daily, and receiving an annual comprehensive periodontal evaluation from a periodontist can help detect and prevent gum disease.

Runner attacked on Roseville trail


Roseville police want to make the public aware of an attack on a runner Wednesday morning.

The assailant hasn't been found.

According to police tweets, the incident was on a pedestrian trail near Summerhill Park in the Highland Reserve area at 5:20 a.m. A woman was running when a male, age unknown, tried to assault her. She fought him off.

The attacker was described as white or Hispanic and 5 feet 11 inches tall with a medium build. He wore all black clothing with a hoodie. He was last seen running north toward Washington Boulevard.

Anyone who saw the individual described or who has information about the attack was urged to call police dispatchers at (916)774-5000, ext. 1.