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’07 grad from RCHS joins Air Force

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — JULY 25, 2012 —

  Air Force Airman April M. Rink recently graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force base in San Antonio, Texas.

 [adrotate group=”7″] She completed an intensive eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills.

  She also received four credits toward an associate of applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force.

  Rink is the daughter of William and Tammy Rink of West Sacramento and a 2007 graduate of River City High School.

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Learn volleyball skills at West Sac camp

[adrotate group=”7″] FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER —

An “all skills” volleyball camp is planned for Sat.-Sun. July 14-15 at River City High School, led by former U.S. National Team Member Addie Hauschild-Willis (now a pro player and an assistant coach at UCD). Girls who are incoming 9th graders to 12th graders at any high school are welcome. $100 ($50 for RCHS students, who will also get free access to a camp on the evenings of Aug. 6-8. Visit www.ahw-volleyball.net.

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RCHS kid nails the blues

Ammon Burdge with Alison Flory, art education coordinator for YoloArts

NEWS-LEDGER — JULY 4, 2012 —

  Ammon Burdge of River City High School won this year’s ‘Blues in the Schools’ contest, composing a song called “Sky’s Turning Gray  Skies Blue.” The senior is a member of the school’s jazz band, “The Syncopating Sea-Monkeys.”

  The winning song will be produced and recorded by professional musicians.

[adrotate group=”9″]   Students from Woodland and West Sacramento competed in the songwriting contest, co-sponsored by YoloArts and the Sacramento Blues Society.

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Girls invited to volleyball camp

[adrotate group=”10″] FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER

An “all skills” volleyball camp is planned for Sat.-Sun. July 14-15 at River City High School, led by former U.S. National Team Member Addie Hauschild-Willis (now a pro player and an assistant coach at UCD). Girls who are incoming 9th graders to 12th graders at any high school are welcome.

Cost is $100 ($50 for RCHS students, who will also get free access to a camp on the evenings of Aug. 6-8.

Visit www.ahw-volleyball.net.

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