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Lincoln High School Robotics Team to compete in national championship

Lincoln High School Robotics Team to compete in national championship

The Lincoln High School Robotics Team competed at the Silicon Valley Regional this past week. The Silicon Valley regional is one of the most competitive robotics competitions in the country. 

The Fighting Z-bots WON the Rookie All Star award, the highest award for first year teams, given to the best all-around first year robotics team. 

In the 20 years FIRST robotics competition has been in existence; Lincoln is the ONLY team from the greater Sacramento area to have won this prestigious award.  We are especially proud of our students, because our school does not have a lot of money and had to do all of our own fabricating in our welding shop.

The Fight

Got Camps Expo April 2

The Got Camp Expo brings parents the best choices for summer camps and activities for all ages, employment opportunities in the area, and more.  Plus many giveaways, prizes and Merchant Donations!   Come out to this FREE event, which will feature local, regional and national summer camp opportunities for youth of all ages

Saturday, April 2 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Blue Oaks Town Center,
6656 Lonetree Blvd, Rocklin, CA 

For more information, go to: www.GotCampsExpo.com


Safe Cycling Classes

Safe Cycling Classes

The Placer County Transportation Planning Agency and City of Roseville are offering one-hour, free Smart Cycling Clinics to get residents motivated and ready for a safe season of bicycling.  This is a great opportunity to learn about the benefits of cycling, necessary cycling accessories, safe and effective techniques, route planning and the region’s “May is Bike Month” program.   

Bicycles are not needed at these trainings. Participants should bring their own lunch/dinner, drinks and deserts will be provided.   We look forward to your participation. All sessions are taught by trained instructors certified by the League of American Bicyclists.

Date of classes:

Wed. April 6th, Noon – 1pm
City of Roseville Civic Center
Conference Rooms 1 & 2
311 Vernon, Roseville


Thunder Valley Casino Resort premiering Aristocrat’s new Tarzan® video slot game

Thunder Valley Casino Resort premiering Aristocrat’s new Tarzan® video slot game

Tarzan will soon be swinging into action in royal jungle style, because Aristocrat Technologies’ new Tarzan® Lord of the Jungle™ video slot game will be making its world premiere at Thunder Valley Casino Resort. The jungle-sized, two-day premiere takes place March 3 and 4 and will be complete with fun giveaways for the public and an invitation-only customer free slot promotion. Tarzan and Jane will be on hand to pose for photographs and to personally oversee the “vine cutting” that will officially mark the game’s grand debut.

Tarzan Lord of the Jungle is a fast-paced penny video slot with a top jackpot that starts at $250,000. The big screen style action stretches top to bottom on Aristocrat’s incredible VERVEhd monitor, named one of the “Top 20 Most Innovative Gaming Products” by Casino Journal magazine.

Rocklin High School soccer players sign letters of intent

Rocklin High School soccer players sign letters of intent

ROCKLIN - Four Rocklin High School seniors signed NCAA National Letters of Intent Wednesday to play college soccer. Savannah Coiner, Seth Casiple, Melanie Bertrand and Megan Hanson made formal commitments to U.S. college soccer teams.

Coiner, a center back for the Thunder girls soccer team will play for Clemson University as a biochemistry major. She plans a career in forensic science. Coiner was a member of the Region Cal North State Team and named Sierra Foothill League MVP. "I’m excited to go to school in South Carolina," Coiner said. "I’m looking forward to playing in the ACC." Her parents are Charles and Heather Coiner.

Casiple, a midfielder for the Thunder boys team will play for UC Berkeley. He will enroll as a business economics major. Casiple earned All-city honors, was named Offensive MVP and First team All League for the Sierra Foothill League. "I’m excited to attend a prestigious school like Cal and to play for a great soccer program," Casiple said.