Sanger Women’s Club Helps Clean Up Sanger

Jan 14, 2012 | 2012 Articles, Community, Helping Hands

by Toni Pacini

On Thursday January 5, four members of Sanger Woman’s Club and three of their friends cleaned Bethel Avenue from the railroad tracks to Kings Canyon in Sanger. SWC recently adopted this stretch of road in order to serve our community while raising its quality of life.

Left to right-Dean Mobley, Doris Knowlton, Bert Lopez, Margaret MacDonald (Club President), Toni Pacini, Christine Erickson

Sanger Woman’s Club will celebrate their 100-year anniversary in April along with their beautiful 100-year old clubhouse, located at 1602 7th Street in Sanger. The Clubhouse was recently acknowledged as a Historical Landmark.

Being of service to Sanger has long been the core purpose of SWC and now we are honored to have found yet another way to show up for our town.

Although our club adopted the road, we appreciate any help from our Friends in Sanger. To be added to the Road Clean Notification List, please call Toni @ 559-283-3154.

Take pride in our town, because Sanger is worth it!

Watch for an article on the 100 year anniversary of the Sanger Women’s Club in an upcoming issue of KRL.

Toni Pacini lives in Sanger where she started Sanger Open-Mic “Writers, Readers and Storytellers” Group, which meets once each month at the Sanger Library. She is an author, poet and storyteller who is writing a memoir of her childhood in Alabama called Alabama Blue. Toni covers all things Sanger.

1 Comment

  1. THIS IS A VERY COOL ARTICLE!!! GREAT JOB, LADIES!!! AND YOUR FRIENDS, TOO!!!

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