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Pictures with Santa

Pictures with Santa

 

You have just a few more opportunities to take your Christmas picture with Santa!

 Visit Santa's Village at Sierra Vista Mall's Center Court :

Today, tomorrow and Monday 10am-8pm 
Sunday 11am-6pm

Hurry! He'll be there up until this Monday, Christmas Eve, December 24th.

Christmas Card From Santa

Christmas Card From Santa

Did you know that Santa has a letter for all good boys and girls?! 

(Actually he may have letters for the not so nice too!)

Go to THIS WEBSITE and read your letter from Santa! 

Pictures with Santa

Pictures with Santa

 

Santa is taking pictures with all good boys and girls! Visit Santa's Village at Sierra Vista Mall's Center Court :

Mondays-Saturdays 10am-8pm 
Sundays 11am-6pm

He'll be there up until Christmas Eve, December 24th.

Pictures with Santa

Pictures with Santa

 

Santa is back in town for pictures! Visit Santa's Village at Sierra Vista Mall's Center Court :

Mondays-Saturdays 10am-8pm 
Sundays 11am-6pm

He'll be there up until Christmas Eve, December 24th.

Junior Olympic Gold Medalist at Mickey Cox

Junior Olympic Gold Medalist at Mickey Cox

 

Congratulations to Mickey Cox 3rd grader Nathan Johnson for his winning long jump this summer at the Amateur Athletic Union Junior Olympics in Houston, TX! He won gold in the long jump primary age 8 and under for his jump 13-05.75. He also earned bronze running 14.43 in the 100 and 29.46 in the 200. Great job Sir! 

Girl Scouts Get Hands-On Experience at Visalia Farm Operation

Girl Scouts Get Hands-On Experience at Visalia Farm Operation

More than 600 girls took over Vossler Farms in Visalia Friday night—to get a hands on look at Agriculture in the Central Valley.

The Girl Scouts of Central California South hosted its 3rd Annual "AgriNation" event.

The event gave the girls an opportunity to learn how their food gets from the farm to their table.

This evening’s activities included: Corn maze, pumpkin patch, face paint, learning about plant DNA, citrus fruits, and popcorn,  along with learning about California’s vital role in agriculture.

 “It was such a pleasure to see the curiosity on the girls faces as they learned about clean air, DNA and bad bugs!” says CEO of Girl Scouts of Central California Cathy Ferguson . “On the other hand it warmed my heart to hear the giggles and the laughter while the girls maneuvered the corn maze, splattered paint while constructing their beautiful spin art and sang on the hayrides.  It was great family fun for all.” 

Burying The Innocent: Program Offers Proper Burial For Abandoned Children

A story in the newspaper almost 15 years ago changed Elissa Davey's life forever.

"A baby was found in the trash in Chula Vista. You read about that in an article sitting on the couch with your children. Then your day starts and you forget and you're off running," Davey said.

But she couldn't forget and instead sprung into action.

That's when the Garden of Innocence was born; a place for counties to bury the babies and children left for dead whose parents never came back for them.

"They're human beings, they deserve the dignity, they deserve a place on the lawn that says they were once here. They deserve a new name. They deserve a blanket. They deserve a toy. They didn't get one," Davey said.