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Local La-Z-Boy Donates Furnishings to The Grace House in Elk Grove

Local La-Z-Boy Donates Furnishings to The Grace House in Elk Grove

The La-Z-Boy Furniture Galleries recently donated more than $8,000 in home furnishings to The Grace House in Elk Grove.  This new shelter is a place for homeless individuals who need a place to stay.  With seven stores in Northern California, the local La-Z-Boy Furniture Galleries owners Liz and Jim Reego donated furniture for the family room in order to create a comfortable and welcoming gathering place.  The donation included a leather sofa, two microfiber chairs, cocktail table, end tables, lamps, rug and artwork as well.

"Elk Grove is incredibly fortunate to have La-Z-Boy Furniture Galleries in our city," said City of Elk Grove Mayor Gary Davis.

What 4-Hour Class May Save Your Daughter's Life?

What 4-Hour Class May Save Your Daughter's Life?

"Street Sense for Women" Taught by Mandy Autry. 

How to Landscape Day - June 23

How to Landscape Day - June 23


It's that time again! The popular annual event presented by San Juan Water District and the City of Folsom is back and better than ever.

Attendees will be treated to the latest information in water efficient and environmentally friendly landscape design from some of the region’s top landscape experts. Speakers from local garden supply stores, nurseries and University of California Integrated Pest Management program will lend their expertise in water saving plants, pest control and organic growing. Cheryl Buckwater, an expert in eco-friendly landscape design, will share her tips for creating and maintaining a water smart garden at 12:30 p.m.

Outdoor irrigation accounts for almost half of residential water use, reaching as high as 70 percent in the summer. With this year’s reduced snowpack and Folsom Lake water level projections, we all need to cut back on water use.

More ways to help victims of deadly Oklahoma tornado

More ways to help victims of deadly Oklahoma tornado

 

The relief and recovery effort is underway in the Oklahoma City area after a an EF-5 twister tore through Monday, leaving 24 dead and 12,000 - 13,000 homes damaged or destroyed.

Officials estimated the recovery cost at $2 billion.

If you wish to help, the following organizations are providing food, shelters, and emergency supplies and equipment.