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Dinner Fundraiser to Support Local Feed My Starving Children Mobilepack

 Dinner Fundraiser to Support Local Feed My Starving Children Mobilepack

A local effort to pack 500,000 meals for malnourished children around the world is holding its first major fundraiser for 2013, a special tropical-themed dinner on Aug. 23, catered by Randy Peters Catering & Event Planning.

All of the proceeds of the fundraiser will benefit the non-profit Feed My Starving Children MobilePack event, scheduled for Oct. 24-26 at William Jessup University.

Randy and Lisa Peters, owners of Randy Peters Catering & Event Planning, are donating all the food and their service for the event – meaning every dollar raised will go toward paying for meals for the MobilePack.

“We’ve had the privilege of participating in a MobilePack and seeing hundreds of people come together and pack meals for malnourished children,” Randy Peters said.

Night Out at the Museum

Night Out at the Museum
Night Out at the Museum
07-20-2013 - 07-20-2013
Maidu Museum & Historic Site
http://www.roseville.ca.us/parks/parks_n_facilities/facilities/maidu_indian_museum/special_events.asp
Admission: Free
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After the fire: Maidu Museum & Historic Site Undamaged and Open for Visitors

After the fire: Maidu Museum & Historic Site Undamaged and Open for Visitors

The Sacramento area was home to several Native American tribes, and while the California State Indian Museum is located next to Sutter's Fort in Midtown Sacramento, nearby Roseville is home to Maidu Regional Park, where Native Americans livred, and visitors can see the evidence of their way of life both in the museum and on the park grounds.

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Dear City of Roseville Community Member: The City Council and City Manager have placed a high priority on cultural arts and entertainment for the City of Roseville.  Cultural Arts and entertainment...

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Kids Fire Camp

June 24-29, Roseville Fire Training Center, 2030 Hilltop Circle

Lucky campers ages 11-14 learn all about the job of a firefighter. Camp attendees will learn water safety, first aid, rescue practices, physical fitness, and firefighting skills. Daily activities include:

June 24 – CPR and Helicopter Demonstration

June 25 – Rope Rescue and SWAT Demonstration

June 26 – Vehicle Extrication

June 27 – Swift Water Rescue (off-site from Fire Training Center)

June 28 – Live Fire Fighting

June 29 – Muster Demonstration and Graduationill


Source:Brian Jacobson, City of Roseville

Childrens Miracle Network Fundraiser

Childrens Miracle Network Fundraiser
Childrens Miracle Network Fundraiser
06-23-2013 - 06-23-2013
Blacktop Comedy
http://www.blacktopcomedy.com/childrens-miracle-network-fundraiser/
Admission: $10
 
(916) 749-3100
info@blacktopcomedy.com
http://www.blacktopcomedy.com/childrens-miracle-network-fundraiser/
 
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SCCA helping the community

And Jeff Gordon takes the checkered flag!  Hearing that makes you think, you know that would be fun to be a race car driver, but it is too expensive, you need a pit crew and sponsors, and of course it is a full time job.  Well, Let's face it -- you have to keep a roof over your head, you have a commitment to your family, and you don’t even have a race car.  Well it was a fun fleeting thought for a moment. 

You may not be able to take the checkered flag at the Daytona 500, however there is something much closer to home that you CAN do.  But then again there is still the issue of you don’t have the money to buy a race car.  Surprisingly you might already have one and not even know it.  This is where the Sports Car Club of America comes in, and in particular Autocross.  The SCCA was founded back in 1944 with the intention to bring motorsports to the masses.