Steve Marschke

Steve Marschke

Dec 042014
 
Tree-lighting party this Friday

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — DEC 3, 2014 – The West Sacramento Chamber of Commerce announces a celebration during the lighting of the “community tree” on Friday, Dec. 5, from 6-8:30 p.m. in front of city hall (1110 West Capitol Ave.). Music, holiday refreshments, and kids can get a picture taken while on Santa’s lap. Free. [...]

Dec 032014
 
River City students climb a roof and aim for the sun

NEWS-LEDGER — NOV 26, 2014 – By Al Zagofsky News-Ledger Correspondent For Fay and Russell Landry, one sunny day leads to another, for on Tuesday, November 18 they received a free photovoltaic solar energy system that not only will nearly eliminate their electrical costs while contributing to a greener planet, but offered the opportunity to [...]

Dec 022014
 
Holidays bring Bruce Williams to mind

NEWS-LEDGER — NOV 26, 2014 –   Note: Someone once said that as long as we are remembered, we really never die, and the following column, which was written more than two decades ago, is reprinted below in memory of Bruce Williams, a longtime friend, and a very special West Sacramentan: The Thanksgiving holiday means [...]

Nov 292014
 
Hundreds get help at 'giveaway day'

NEWS-LEDGER — NOV 26, 2014 – From Lori Aldrete Aldrete Communications for the Yolo County Children’s Alliance It’s a long way from Detroit to West Sacramento.  But for 37-year-old Latina Taylor and her daughter Jamaica Rayne, a student at Westfield Village Elementary, they are feeling the love of the West Sacramento community and the Yolo [...]

Nov 282014
 

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER of WEST SACRAMENTO – Yolo CASA, a nonprofit that specializes in advocating for children as they spend time in the foster care system, needs new volunteers. Training provided. Successful volunteers will spend time with the child they’re paired with, talk to professionals and caregivers in that child’s life, and advocate in the [...]

Nov 272014
 

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER – Anyone who needs a free Thanksgiving meal is invited to First Baptist Church, 2124 Michigan Blvd. for lunch today. Turkey and all the trimmings will be served from noon to 1:30 p.m. The church can be reached at 371-2111. Copyright News-Ledger 2014