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Kiwanis Key Club Members Work To Protect Peers

Kiwanis Key Club Members Work To Protect Peers

 

 

Youth Groups Help Produce National Child Abuse Prevention Month Program

“It’s such a special experience to come together as a club and be making things happen for kids who are not as fortunate as we are”explains 17 year old Austen Alsey, a senior at Bella Vista High School who is hard at work on National Child Abuse Prevention Month activities along with many other Kiwanis International Key Club members.

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Mobalizing America Quilt Unveiled During Opening Ceremonies

Mobalizing America Quilt Unveiled During Opening Ceremonies

Artful Tribute to Young Crime Victims Set To Travel Cross Country

Guests attending the 50 state National Child Abuse Prevention Month campaign Opening ceremonies in Sacramento, CA. will be amongst the first to lay eyes on the Army of Angels Mobilizing America Quilt Project, an artful tribute to young crime victims and their family members. The 9 plus panel captivating collage of children who have suffered at the hands of abusers has been created to help compel more Americans to become involved in protecting our youngest and most vulnerable citizens.

Brenda Ewing Of Antelope Planning Parties With A Passion

Brenda Ewing Of Antelope Planning Parties With A Passion

 

Motorcycle Ride Met By Strong Support

Brenda Ewing of Antelope,CA. says planning the departure and welcome back festivities for Kross Kountry-4-Kids A Journey-4-Justice is a top priority for her. “This ride and the devoted team members go such a long way in garnering support for children from coast to coast” Ewing explains. “The outreach and awareness is powerful-and something this nation needs”Ewing went on to say.

Kross Kountry-4-Kids A Journey-4-Justice,a two week Caravan Of Hope that travels from Sacramento,CA. to Washington DC and back helping to cultivate more caring communities for children will carry with it the Army Of Angels Mobilizing America Quilt Project, an artful tribute to young crime victims and their family members.

Elk Grove Couple On A Mission To Make A Difference

Elk Grove Couple On A Mission To Make A Difference

Lynne And Dwight Brown ARE Advocates For Public Safety

“We work to unite and educate the public about the content of legislation as it pertains to public safety “explains Lynne Brown who co-founded Advocates for Public Safety with her husband Dwight who works with the Sacramento Sheriff’s Department. The two are currently very focused on addressing considerable safety issues pertaining to AB 109 (prisoner re-alignment in California)as well as preparing to host opening ceremonies for the 50 state National Child Abuse Prevention Month campaign at Sunrise Event Center in Rancho Cordova March 29th,30th and 31st.

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Starfish Story Steers Sacramento Women’s Spirit

Starfish Story Steers Sacramento Women’s Spirit

 One By One KellieJo Lovato Reaches Out To “At-Risk” Kids

“I was absolutely struck the first time I heard the Starfish story (the tale of a girl throwing starfish back into the sea one by one in his own selfless attempt to save their lives)it reminded me how important every single spirit is” explains KellieJo Lovato of Sacramento Ca.

Sacramento DC Connection Involves Advocates From Coast To Coast

Sacramento DC Connection Involves Advocates From Coast To Coast

Rally At Nation’s Capital Works In Tandem With Hundreds Of Others

The Kross Kountry-4-Kids A Journey-4-Justice team will be joined by hundreds of area advocates at Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Park in Washington DC on Sunday, April 7 from 2-4 p.m. as they celebrate the halfway mark in this two-week Caravan Of Hope devoted to cultivating more caring communities for kids. Being organized by Sandy Ameer DiBacco of Boston,Mass.

Yuba City mom, son held captive 10 days, police say

COLUSA, CA - Authorities say a Yuba City woman and her 3-year-old son were held against their will by her ex-boyfriend for 10 days.

The 33-year-old woman and her son finally escaped Thursday while the suspect, identified as Jermaine Lonell Roberts was asleep, according to a news release from the Colusa Police Department.

The woman was in her car on the 500 block of Clay Street in Colusa with her son asleep in the back seat on New Year's Eve about 11 p.m. when Roberts allegedly forced her to drive to his home on Oak Street outside of the town of Colusa.

Roberts allegedly wouldn't allow his former girlfriend to leave, beating her when she tried to and causing significant injuries, the news release stated.

When the woman was able to successfully get away Thursday, a passerby saw her and her son and took them to the Colusa County Sheriff's Department.