by Toni Pacini
Yes, it’s a triple.
2012- Has the dubious honor of being Sanger Women’s Club’s 100th Anniversary, and the 100th Anniversary of Sanger Women’s Clubs Historical Clubhouse! The City of Sanger will be sharing the celebration, as the City’s 100th Anniversary was in 2011. Combining the three birthdays will make for a wonderful event in Sanger.
SAVE THIS DATE
Please join us on Saturday April 28, 2012 from 12:30pm to 4:00pm.
At our Clubhouse, a recognized Historical Landmark, located at 1602 7th Street, Sanger.
Although new ideas are still being considered and no doubt more fun activities will be added, so far we have planned for the following:
In the Clubhouse:
Introductions and comments from dignitaries.
Main Program- featuring local talent and art
A continuous loop video of 100 years of memories from SWC and the City of Sanger.
Snacks and drinks.
On the Clubhouse Porch:
A Clown making Balloon Animals.
Free Popcorn! The use of the Popcorn Machine is compliments of Sanger Fire Fighters Assoc.
On the Clubhouse Lawn:
On “P” Street:
Antique Car Show
A brief introduction to Sanger Woman’s Club
Sanger Woman’s Club, a part of the California Federation of Women’s Clubs (CFWC), unites women (and as of 2011 men) of all ages for community support. We are a non-profit charitable organization.
California’s branches of CFWC contribute an average of 4-million volunteer hours, and $3 million dollars to over 25,000 projects annually. Our members strive to promote education and eliminate illiteracy, encourage faithful citizenship, preserve our natural resources, encourage healthy lifestyles, fight to prevent crime, support the arts and contribute to local and international understanding.
For more information about Sanger Woman’s Club or to inquire about joining please call club President Margaret MacDonald at 559-269-1813 or email email@example.com.
City of Sanger
Proud to be the Nation’s Christmas Tree City!
1888 – Founded
1911 – Incorporated
Other important dates in Sanger’s history:
• 1926 – U.S. President Calvin Coolidge and the U.S. Department of Interior designated General Grant Tree the Nation’s Christmas Tree.
• 1949 – City of Sanger designated the “Nation’s Christmas Tree City” by U.S. Postal Service.
• 1956 – General Grant Tree designated as a National Shrine by U.S. Congress.
For more information or history on the city of Sanger please visit www.ci.sanger.ca.us or phone 559-876-6300.
Watch for an update of activities and more information on our Triple-Birthday Bash, here at Kings River Life Magazine.