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  • Be PROUD of Elk Grove's mighty VOICE! Support your local phenomenon!!
    As featured in major Press (including Elk Grove Citizen), the RAREST Artwork in the world...

    www.MichaelsLyric.com
  • Sprinkler repair
    Looking for someone to do sprinkler repair on the actually sprinkler controls.....
  • So...
    Is this a site intended to replace our beloved EGO, or not? Who are the administrators? There are trash posts all over here that need to be deleted - I've reported them, so have others, but they're still there. What gives?
  • Service Dog Training Walkabouts
    I've just started a new Meetup - couldn't find any groups for handlers / trainers of service dogs or service dogs in training, so I created one. :) If you're interested, check us out and sign up for the next walkabout.
    https://www.meetup.com/Elk-Grove-Service-Dog-Walkabouts-Meetup/

    Please note: this group is only for handlers of SDs/SDiTs - not pet dogs. If you need help training your non-working pet, there are many obedience classes being offered around town that should be suitable. Still want help? Shoot me a PM at the Meetup.
  • LOST PET Michi gray pomeranian dog
    Call Janice 916 402 7845 if found. Please help Michi come home. She's been my pet daughter for over 10 years. She's almost 13 yrs old, but looks like a puppy or little baby bear. Michi is a little dark gray Pomeranian dog with a whitish gray snout. Missing since 9am Saturday 06/03/2017 from La Almendra Ave & Lochinvar Ave near Valley High School, Cosumnes River Blvd, Center Parkway, Jacinto Ave, Ehrhardt Ave areas.
    • Joan Greene Has she come back Janice? <3
    • Janice Nakamura Thankfully, Yes! Someone found her and sold her on Craigslist all within 3 hours of her going missing I found out later. The new buyer didn't know how to locate me through microchip, but got one of my social media lost pet flyers texted to her from a friend and called me, so I was able to get her back home the next day. I was very lucky
    • Joan Greene Thank God for honest people to make up for the others! Glad to hear Michi is back home, safe and sound. <3
  • Squirrels in our Attic ---need advice
    We have squirrels in our attic. They have made a tiny hole in our ceiling. Our home is a two story house. We need to get them out. does anyone have any advice. Thanks
    • Joan Greene Contact a pest control company for advice. We highly recommend Golden Eagle - our family has known him for years and he's *always* been able to help, whatever the pest problem. http://goldeneaglepestcontrol.com/
    • Rafael Thanks so much for your suggestion.
  • LOST MALTESE/POODLE MIX $REWARD$
    MY DADS DOG GOT OUT WHILE WE WERE ON VACATION FOR HIS BIRTHDAY. HE IS 11 YEARS OLD AND HAS BEEN IN THE FAMILY SINCE HE WAS BORN. MY DAD IS TORN APART BECAUSE HE WAS LIKE HIS SON.. PLEASE HELP FIND HIM OR IF YOU HAVE SEEN HIM PLEASE GIVE US ANY INFO... HIS NAME IS POPCORN HE HAS A SMALL BODY AND JUST GOT A HAIRCUT.. NEEDS TO GET HOME BECAUSE HE HAS SOME HEALTH ISSUES THAT GIVE HIM SEIZURES SOMETIMES.. THERE CAN BE A REWARD ALSO JUST PLEASE HELP HE GOT LOST ON WEST STOCKTON BLVD NEAR TO FOODS CO HE COULD BE IN SURROUNDING AREA... MY PHONE NUMBER IS (916)893-5319, MY DADS (916)889-3172, OR MY SISTER (916)914-5999.. I UPLOADED PICTURES OF HOW HE LOOKS WITHOUT HAIRCUT AND HAIRCUT JUST IN CASE.. HE GOT OUT MAY 25,2017.. IF THERE HAS BEEN ANY SIGHTINGS AT ALL OR IF YOU ARE CARING FOR HIM PLEASE ANY INFO HELPS.. $$REWARD$$ WE JUST WANT THE MISSING PIECE OF OUR FAMILY BACK.....
    THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME.
  • Pleasant Grove HS Varsity Baseball- What is going On! I am so angry!
    Does anyone have an experience with Pleasant Grove Varsity Baseball coaching? My son played freshman baseball and was coached by a man who regularly screamed profanities, publicly humiliated kids and clearly had favorites included his son who never sat out. It was "daddy ball" at its finest and kids with skills never played. His son however who regularly made errors played every game. I sat on the bench listened to parents complain, and leave in disgust and frustration. When I could no longer stand the situation I made an appointment with the principal thinking he must not know what was going on because a school like Pleasant Grove would not allow such discrimination and inappropriate behavior! The principal listened to my concerns and said he hadn't received any other complaints and dismissed my concerns. Didn't even have the courtesy of getting back to me, and the athletic director didn't even bother to show up at the meeting. My son went out for varsity tryouts. He was cut and told he didn't make the team because he didn't play summer ball. Other more seasoned parents told me he was blackballed because I complained. He went out for summer ball yesterday and was told they already have a team and don't bother coming out for tryouts. I am furious because I feel helpless! The school allows this inappropriate and unfair practice, parent's voices are not being heard, and kids are being bullied by adults. I know of at least six kids who actually changed schools after their freshman year because of this coach. Other parents must have similar stories please share them with me!!!! I need to know I'm not crazy and my kid can't be the only one who has experience the wrath of this coach! My son is a great player who's spirit has been shaken by one man. He is going to be a senior and the damage has been done but that doesn't have to be the case for other players! Parent voices together can make a change. Please send me your stories. It can be anonymous if you like I don't want your son to be blackballed like mine. I am going to post this on every public forum hoping to get parents to speak out.
  • Rover.com
    Does anyone have any experiences with Rover.com? I'm thinking of joining and walking dogs with them.
  • Moving Sale - Saturday May 27th 7:00am-12:00pm
    6705 Paseo Del Sol Way, Elk Grove, California, 95758

    Come on down for stylish clothes, rockin' furniture, electronics, camping supply, decor, dishes, books (Christian and other), VHS, complimentary coffee, and more. Get it while it's hot!
  • City of Elk Grove's Wag n Walk
    Join the City of Elk Grove for Wag n Walk! This event is a dog walk created for man’s best friend. Walkers and their 4-legged buddies will take the 1.4 mile stroll around Elk Grove Regional Park where they will encounter pawstops along the way like the VCA hydration station, Pet Club Bone Bar and other interactive booths. Step up and “Join the Movement!”

    Saturday, June 3, 2017 | 8:30am check in, 9:30 am start
    Elk Grove Regional Park - 9950 Elk Grove-Florin Road

    Wag n Walk registration is $15 and includes a t-shirt for you and a special gift for Fido!

    *A portion of the registration proceeds will support construction of an animal shelter in Elk Grove

    http://www.elkgrovecity.org/cms/One.aspx?portalId=109669&pageId=3319948
    • Joan Greene How did the walk go? Are there links or photos anywhere?
    • Jodie Moreno Hi Joan...the event was amazing. We doubled our attendance and were just thrilled that so many people came out with their 4-legged friends. We do have photos that we have posted on social media and more. You can always email me if you're looking for more - jmoreno@elkgrovecity.org
  • Wackford Community Blood Drive
    The Elk Grove community can save lives during Blood Donor Day at the Wackford Community Center (9014 Bruceville Rd., Elk Grove) on Friday, June 9 from 8:00am – 7:00pm. Participants will receive an exclusive promo code redeemable at My.BloodSource.org for a FREE California State Fair ticket or a limited edition BloodSource/Blood Centers of the Pacific San Francisco Giants T-shirt!

    Every two seconds, someone in the United States needs a blood transfusion. Blood donations can help a patient in need such as John Phillips, a wrestler who recently graduated from Elk Grove High School. An autoimmune disorder called Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura or ITP landed Phillips in the hospital on his 17th birthday. John’s life was turned around thanks to blood donors who helped him get well. Plasma-based medicine was the key to Phillips’ recovery.

    In addition to blood donation opportunities, potential marrow donors ages 18-44 can register for Be The Match® national marrow registry through BloodSource. For more information, please visit bloodsource.org or call Elizabeth Rolli at (916) 453-3045.
    • Dawn Phillips Awesome, glad my son's story can help draw people to this event. He has had 530 donations in his name so far!
  • Synergy Basketball Sign Ups this Summer
    Incoming 7th-12th graders are invited to participate in the Synergy Basketball league this summer.

    Junior high games - Monday nights between 6-8:30pm starting June 5
    High school games - Friday nights between 6-8:30pm starting June 9

    Cost is $50 for 8 games

    Location: Creekside Christian Church -8939 E. Stockton Blvd. Elk Grove

    Register at http://www.creeksideeg.com/kids-youth/synergy-basketball/
  • Florin Drivers Fuel Up for a Dollar at Propel Fuels 105 Octane Tour
    Florin Drivers Fuel Up for a Dollar at Propel Fuels 105 Octane Tour
    Appealing to high performance car drivers, 105 Octane Tour showcases the power of Flex Fuel E85 while reducing emissions and air pollution

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (May 8, 2017) – This week Florin area drivers can fuel up with Flex Fuel E85 for just $1.05 per gallon as part of Propel Fuels “105 Octane Tour” to drive awareness of the fuel’s high octane rating which provides increased power and acceleration, while reducing emissions and air pollution. E85 is a clean-burning alternative to petroleum gasoline that is performance-optimized for use in Flex Fuel vehicles. E85′s octane rating is considerably higher than premium gasoline (105 vs 91 octane) and is comparable to racing fuel, increasing vehicle horsepower and acceleration, especially in higher compression engines.

    The 105 Octane Tour includes stops at five Propel stations around the greater Sacramento area. At each tour stop Propel will give away Propel ProShop swag including E85 decals, caps and mugs, register members to the elite Hi-Octane Society aficionado club, and have fuel experts on hand to answer questions. Upcoming dates and locations for the 105 Octane Tour include:

    ● May 10th, 10am-2pm – Florin (8062 Florin Rd.)
    ● May 17th, 10am-2pm – Roseville (999 Sunrise Ave.)
    ● June 7th, 10am-2pm – Placerville (151 Main St.)
    ● June 14th, 10am-2pm – West Sacramento (705 Harbor Pointe Pl.)

    Unlike petroleum, E85 is made from renewable resources including sugars, grains and agricultural waste materials. Using E85 not only decreases CO2 emissions by 40% versus gasoline (California Air Resources Board); it has also helped cut the consumption of crude oil by nearly one million barrels a day.

    “E85 is truly connecting with today’s smart, savvy drivers who want more value from their fuel than gasoline is giving them,” said Rob Elam, CEO of Propel. “Millennials are our fastest growth segment, as more drivers of high performance cars are seeking a powerful fuel to meet their needs.”

    About Propel
    Propel was founded in 2004 with a mission to connect people to better fuels. With 34 Flex Fuel and 32 Diesel HPR locations across California, Propel provides new fuel choices that are higher in performance, deliver better value and create healthier communities. Propel ranked among 2015’s top 10 private companies in Silicon Valley and is recognized by Inc. Magazine’s “Inc. 500”. Propel was named winner of the 2016 Clean Energy Awards for Best Clean Energy Technology Innovator by Global Energy News, and was a finalist for the prestigious 2016 Platts Global Energy Awards for Industry Leadership. More information is available at propelfuels.com and by following Propel at facebook.com/propelfuels and on Twitter at @PropelFuels.

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    Mobile
    Locations and real time pricing can be found on Propel’s mobile app in the Android and Apple app stores.
    Apple iOS: itunes.apple.com/us/app/propel-station-locator-e85/id912207853?mt=8
    Android: play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.propelfuels.stnlctr

    Media & Aficionado Channels
    Hi-Octane Society: https://www.facebook.com/HiOctaneSociety/
    Diesel Pros: https://www.facebook.com/propeldieselpro/
    Propel Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PropelFuels/
    Propel Twitter: https://twitter.com/PropelFuels
    Propel ProShop: https://propelproshop.com/

    Media Contact
    Jaime Quick, ChangeUp for Propel Fuels
    206-229-5183, jq@changeupadvisors.com

    Editor's Note:
    Video testimonials from Propel customers are included in a video “A day at Propel”. More information, screenshots, B-Roll video and photography for download and use is available at: propelfuels.com/media_kit.

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  • Shred Day-May 13th, 9am to 1pm
    Laguna Creek High School Band Booster Club is having a Shred Day. Papers will be shredded by Viking Shred. Come early as once the truck is filled up (30 tons), the event is over!!
    This is a fundraiser to earn money for our aged instruments. We are asking for a $5.00 donation per "bankers" box or paper bag.
    All will be shredded on site! Questions: Treasurer@thelchsband.org