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West Sacramento church offers free Christmas lunch to locals in need

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The West Sacramento Baptist Church is offering a free Christmas luncheon to anyone who needs it. The luncheon (turkey, ham, and all the trimmings) will be served from noon to 1:30 p.m. on Christmas Day, Dec. 25, at 2124 Michigan Blvd. The church can be reached at its message phone, 371-2111.

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All welcome at church’s Thanksgiving

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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.

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Thanksgiving meals, household goods handed out while supplies last

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — NOV 19, 2014 —

The West Sacramento Community Giveaway Day returns this Saturday, Nov. 22, from 8-11 a.m. at Westfield Village Elementary School, 508 Poplar Avenue.

About 400 families will receive free food (a Thanksgiving dinner), clothing, blankets, toys and other items. Supplies may exceed demand. The event is sponsored by the Yolo County Children’s Alliance (www.yolokids.org) and partners.

Items will be handed out while supplies last.

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Mayor bullish at ‘State of the City’ 2014

MAYOR CHRISTOPHER CABALDON at the 'State of the City' address in West Sacramento on May 21. (Copyright News-Ledger)

MAYOR CHRISTOPHER CABALDON at the ‘State of the City’ address in West Sacramento on May 21.
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FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — MAY 28, 2014 —

MAYOR CHRISTOPHER CABALDON was the keynote speaker at Wednesday’s annual ‘State of the City’ dinner held at city hall. Cabaldon didn’t announce any major new initiatives at the event, which was sponsored by the local chamber of commerce and featured a catered dinner for paying guests.

The mayor did express his continued bullishness on the city, including its plans to create a new urban waterfront and continue its work to become a food industry hub.

More in next week’s News-Ledger.

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