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Dec 01

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Posted to City Connections by Kevin King

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May 05

Xitlalic Esparza: A Community Leader with Many Talents

Posted to Multicultural Roots Project by Danielle Garduno

Web_Xitlalic Esparza

 Xitlalic Esparza
is a 17-year-old junior at Roseland Collegiate Prep who humbly and passionately advocates for unity and community improvement. Xitlalic has always cultivated an interest in serving her community. When she was younger, she was curious about the community service projects her sisters worked on with Vince Harper, current Director of Community Engagement for the Community Action Partnership. When she got older, she joined the organization Community Empowerment Girls. With Community Empowerment Girls, she coordinated fundraisers, tabled at the Santa Rosa Wednesday Night Market, and donated equipment to Lawrence Cook Middle School. 

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Dec 03

A Very Special Homecoming

Posted to News to Brighten Your Day by Adriane Mertens

Tait Family
On Friday, Nov. 13, Denise Tait was given the keys to her brand new, rebuilt home in Coffey Park. Denise and her family had lost their original home in the 2017 Tubb's Fire, and shortly after the fires Denise’s husband passed away. Prior to his death, Denise's husband had designed blueprint plans for the rebuild of their home...

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