Tag Archives: Carmichael

Kiddie show hosts thrilled young television viewers

Editor’s Note: This is part five in a series about Mitch Agruss and other kiddie show hosts, who brought joy to many young television viewers in the Sacramento Valley. Mitch Agruss, who was featured in the first four parts of

Jesuit High School celebrating 50th anniversary

Carmichael’s Jesuit High School is presently celebrating a special anniversary, as it was established 50 years ago. This half-century tradition began with 93 freshman students under the direction of the California Province of the Society of Jesus (the Jesuits) and

‘59 Arden Park Little League All-Stars shared memories at luncheon

It all began with an email from my friend and client Allan Davis. As I make my living in PR and advertising, I’ve been handling the publicity for the much-anticipated Milagro Centre, which he and wife Nancy are developing and

Gathering place, Milagro, coming to Carmichael

Milagro, Spanish for miracle, truly exemplifies the transformation from the disappointment that was the Hillside Center in Carmichael to the soon-to-be realized dream of two longtime Carmichael residents. The developers, husband and wife team Allan Davis and Nancy Emerson-Davis want

Businesses, residents to join together to beautify Carmichael

This Saturday, Oct. 26 will be a special day for Carmichael, as local businesses and residents will participate in the inaugural Carmichael Community Pride Day. Sponsored by Sacramento County Supervisor Susan Peters, the Carmichael Chamber of Commerce and the Sacramento

Chautauqua Playhouse presents ‘Camping with Henry and Tom’

Chautauqua Playhouse continues its 37th season with their production of “”Camping with Henry and Tom” by Mark St. Germain. The show runs on Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m. through Nov. 17. The performances are

The Spyglass

They say that confidence is a color that doesn’t run. So here goes with our second Spyglass column. Big thanks to all our readers who responded with favorable reviews and comments to our debut piece. Let’s stick with the good

United Way’s Day of Caring comes to Arden and Carmichael

As many as 70 volunteers will descend on Arden and Carmichael on Sept. 13 as part of United Way California Capital Region’s Day of Caring. The volunteer extravaganza sponsored by Nationwide will include 350 volunteers and 26 projects across the

Hilarious confrontations take the Chautauqua stage with ‘Squabbles’

Chautauqua Playhouse opened its 37th season with their production of “Squabbles”, a comedy by Marshall Karp. The show will run on Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00pm and Sundays at 2 p.m. through Sept. 22. The performances will be held at

CRPD administrator to retire May 31

Carmichael Recreation and Park District Administrator Jack Harrison will be retiring – again – on the last day of this month. Harrison, 70, who retired from the state in 2000, continued to work for another 13 years, during which time