Tag Archives: C.K. McClatchy High School

Volunteers work to replant trees in William Land Park on last workday of the year

As the city has been full force cutting down 66 trees in William Land Park, members of the Land Park Volunteer Corps have been working with the Sacramento Tree Foundation to start the replanting process. Last Saturday’s park work day

Neighbors gear up for the state fair

Excitement surrounding the inaugural 2015 U.S. National Drone Racing Championship at the California State Fair on Bonney Field on July 16 and 17 is heating up for this first-of-its-kind competition officially sanctioned by the Academy of Model Aeronautics, the Congressionally

Grand marshal named for upcoming 4th of July Pocket Parade

Pocket-Riverside area native Dolores (Silva) Greenslate has been named grand marshal for this year’s Spirit of the Pocket Parade, which will begin at the Yay Pem Suab Academy (formerly Lisbon Elementary School) at 7555 South Land Park Drive on July

Building a softball field of dreams at CKM

Grandmother Felicia Miller is on a mission. A retired project manager from the state of California as of December, Felicia stepped right into a voluntary position of the same nature over at her granddaughter’s school, C.K. McClatchy High School. From

Land Park children’s musician releases best album yet

Hailed by children at Tiny Tots Preschool in William Land Park, “Pirate Ship”, the new album by Land Park children’s musician Mister Cooper, includes eight Mother Goose rhymes, the title track, and a song about the adventures of a doodle

The Best of the Land Park News 2014

Dear readers, This year, the Land Park News has enjoyed bringing you stories about your neighbors and about the history that has made up the community you call home. What follows are summaries and excerpts from some of our favorite

Sacramento’s Chinatown fell to revitalization project in the 1960s

Editor’s Note: This is part six in a series regarding historic Asian districts of Sacramento. Chinese history in Sacramento is a story of gradual growth, dedicated laborers, family values and overcoming adversities. And the perseverance of earlier generations of the

Land Park artist’s latest works dedicated to his late father

Sacramento artist Jeff Myers, whose studio is located in Land Park, is presently presenting a solo art exhibition, titled “The Nature of Droids & Machines.” The works of the show are dedicated to his late father, Tom Myers, who was

Japanese had early presence in Riverside-Pocket area

Editor’s Note: This is part one in a series regarding historic Asian districts of Sacramento. Much has been written about the Portuguese people of the early years of the Riverside-Pocket area in this publication. But it should be recognized that

C.K. McClatchy renovates campus

The campus of C.K. McClatchy High School is undergoing a makeover it has never seen before, thanks to Measures Q and R on the Sacramento City ballot back in November 2012. The two measures passed, enabling the Sacramento City Unified