Category: Community Corner

Angel Tree Donation Drop Off

The Salvation Army’s Angel Tree program provides new clothing or toys for children of needy families through the support of donors. Found in local companies and corporations, Angel Trees are decorated

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Councilmember urges slow start for tiny homes

In August, City Council unanimously approved the 2021 Master Siting Plan to Address Homelessness, which attempts to involve the entire city in creating a fair share of participation among council

New neighbors move to 10th, 11th avenues

New neighbors move to 10th, 11th avenues

Kevin and Monica Flanagan moved to 10th Avenue in May from their Oak Park home of nine years. Kevin, originally from Salinas, sells German manufacturing equipment. Sacramento native Monica is

New adventures ahead in South Carolina

After 32 years in Curtis Park, Anne Ferguson is selling her 26th Street home and moving cross-country to her newly purchased house in Habersham, S.C., near Beaufort. “It’s an opportunity

New on 4th Avenue

Neighbors recently welcomed Andy Bein and Bella Blackman to Fourth Avenue. Both are retired. For 23 years, Andy, a native of New York City, taught in the social work department

51 years of Curtis Park memories

After 51 years in the family home on Fourth Avenue, Margie Piering decided it was time to downsize. She’s moving to the Pocket area, closer to her middle son, Rob,

Congratulations to our CURTIS PARK GRADUATES

University Maxwell Pease Maxwell Pease, son of Dorsey Griffith and Randall Pease (deceased Nov. 2017). Max grew up on 8th Avenue. He graduated from Sacramento State with a bachelor’s degree