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Just in time for Thanksgiving: Matsuyama students delivered bags of necessities to homeless children

“Ode to Socks” By an anonymous Matsuyama Elementary School student Socks are as timid, as your aunt’s baby kitten, They hide behind boots, and disguise as a mitten. They come in colors like green and like yellow, Once on your

Matsuyama rallies for student needing bone marrow transplant

Nine-year-old Allayah Phan, a fourth grader at Matsuyama Elementary School, has a rare condition — severe aplastic anemia — and is in need of a bone marrow transplant. So far, the only donor match (83 percent) lives in Thailand. Because

Matias Bombal’s Hollywood

The Age of Adeline The MPAA has rated this PG-13 LIONSGATE and Lakeshore Entertainment bring us “The Age of Adeline” in which Adeline Bowman, (Blake Lively), remains 29 years of age for almost a century through a mystery trick of

Start the Fourth of July with some exercise and community support

“On your marks, get set…GO!” Those words have launched Greenhaven/Pocket residents into the 4th of July holiday for the past 19 years at the annual 4th of July Fun Run organized by Matsuyama Elementary School, 7680 Windbridge Dr. Starting at

Matsuyama Honors Sister City with Cherry Blossom Festival

Matsuyama Elementary School honored its namesake and Sacramento’s sister city – Matsuyama, Japan – with a traditional Cherry Blossom Festival on March 1. Japanese heritage and culture were celebrated through food, crafts, performances and art. The day also emphasized the