Scouts’ Honor in Community Service in the New May Viewpoint

A group of 6- and 7-year-old girls from Girl Scout Troop 410 stand in front of Happy Tails Pet Sanctuary with their donation items from the proceeds of their cookie sales. First-time cookie sellers are, left to right, Evelyn, Hazel, Elin, Lenny, Reagan, Annabelle, June, Ava, Gwen, Daphne, Lily, Isla and Hilah. They delivered $300 of pet supplies, toys and food to Happy Tails, and were thrilled to meet and pet some of the cats there. Troop leaders are Cassie Pinnell of Curtis Way, Andrea Johnson of Fourth Avenue and Alison Steffensen of McKinley Boulevard. Troop members live in Curtis Park, Land Park and East Sacramento.

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  • Court order sought for gas station
  • New police chief wants to address needs of high-crime communities
  • DA candidates forum May 9 in Curtis Hall
  • Curtis Park neighborhood yard sale May 21
  • COVID infections decline again in 95818 ZIP code
  • Broadway Village proposal
  • SCNA encourages neighbors to ride in ‘May Is Bike Month‘
  • Oak Park Farmers Market will be on Sundays this year
  • Be kind to American crows – they hold grudges for years
  • Test soil before fertilizing sick trees
  • Highland Avenue resident stages Music Circus comeback
  • Barbara Cook, 81, is remembered as community ‘pillar’
  • My Story creator Bob Ralston, 95
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Written by Heather for Sierra 2 and posted on Monday, May 2nd, 2022

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