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3 Ways to Reduce Landscape Water Use

3 Ways to Reduce Landscape Water Use
3 Ways to Reduce Landscape Water Use
08-16-2014 - 08-16-2014
Roseville Utility Exploration Center
http://www.roseville.ca.us/explore/workshops/gardening_workshops.asp
Admission: Roseville resident $6 Non-residents $8
 
(916) 746-1550
RUEC@roseville.ca.us
 
Start Time(s): Sat 9am-11am Free Energy-Efficiency Session 11am-noon
The City of Roseville has declared a drought and needs citizens to do their part to conserve water. How do you reduce water use and still have a beautiful landscape? Learn to find problems and fix your irrigation system
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Senior Health & Leisure Fair

Senior Health & Leisure Fair
Senior Health & Leisure Fair
08-02-2014 - 08-02-2014
 
http://seniorhealthfair.com/
Admission: Free
 
(916) 910-9499
 
Start Time(s): Sat 10am-4pm
The Senior Health & Leisure Fair features local and national exhibits to make the lives of senior citizens happier, healthier, and longer   
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Denio's Gives Back to Community with Scholarships

Denio's Gives Back to Community with Scholarships

Denio’s Roseville Farmers Market & Swap Meet showed their support of community youth by presenting Brenda Borja, Taylor Henry, Jolene Jones, and Andrea Mollera, each a scholarship of $500 for continued education. The students were presented with their scholarships by Ken Denio on May 24, 2014 at the swap meet.

The education award application process starts in spring and is given annually to deserving student employees of Denio’s who are succeeding in the classroom, are active in the community and are highly successful in their employment with Denio’s.

Hands On Archaeology Camp

Hands On Archaeology Camp
Hands On Archaeology Camp
07-21-2014 - 07-25-2014
Maidu Museum & Historic Site
http://www.roseville.ca.us/news/displaynews.asp?NewsID=4174&TargetID=62
Admission: General $119 Roseville Resident Discount $109 *Register online wwwrosevilleparkscom, by phone (916) 772-PLAY or in person at the Maidu Museum & Historic Site, Maidu Community Center, or Roseville Sports Center
 
 
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Parents - Beware! From One Teen To You!

Parents - Beware!  From One Teen To You!

Parents – Beware….

Depression!  You’ve seen it…heard about it…felt it…yet!  As a parent, you might not understand it through the eyes of your child. 

Depression is becoming less visible to those who can help, because of social media allowing the privacy of such thoughts, only shared to other teens. 

On social media, whom are the teens reaching out to? 

Through trending on social media networks, self-harm is becoming more and more transparent to other teens that are not in a position to help depressed students.     

For example, as a young teen, myself, when I go on Instagram, it is shocking how many teens are posting photos which are upsetting and depressing.  Teens are showing in their photos that life is horrible and not worth living.