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Seven Arden Hills Swim Athletes Recently Signed Letters of Intent to Prestigious Colleges

Seven Arden Hills Swim Athletes Recently Signed Letters of Intent to Prestigious Colleges

Seven high school seniors -- all of whom are talented swimmers who train at Arden Hills -- recently gathered at the wellness resort where, surrounded by supportive friends and families, they made their final decisions and signed letters of intent to accept college scholarships for 2014.

The Arden Hills swim athletes who recently signed letters of intent include the following:
- Maddison Johnson, St. Francis High School -- Texas Christian University
- Alexis Martinez, St. Francis High School -- Seattle University
- Brittany Oxley, Vista Del Lago High School -- University of South Carolina
- Savannah Sellers, Home Schooled -- University of California, Davis
- Matt Spallas, Pleasant Grove High School -- Texas Christian University
- Jake Struckmeyer, Del Campo High School -- University of the Pacific
- Taylor Yamahata, Rio Americano High School -- Dartmouth College

 

JMG Tennis Player from Arden Hills Wins National “Little Mo” Title in Texas

JMG Tennis Player from Arden Hills Wins National “Little Mo” Title in Texas

Eight-year-old Priya Nelson of Sacramento -- who trains as part of the JMG Academy at Arden Hills -- won the 16th Annual Rogers Wealth Group “Little Mo” Nationals title in the Girls 8 Division at the Austin Tennis Academy in Texas that took place October 18-21, 2013.  She dominated the tournament winning every match in straight sets.  In the finals, she defeated Susanna Maltby of Glen Ellyn, Illinois, 6-2, 6-0.    Open to players of different age groups, the prestigious “Little Mo” tournament is presented each year by the Maureen Connolly Brinker Tennis Foundation, Inc.

Award-winning journalist Hinojosa presents lecture

Award-winning journalist Hinojosa presents lecture

Sac State professor wins book award

Sac State professor wins book award

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10 Sacramento Films Premiere in A Place Called Sacramento Film Festival

10 Sacramento Films Premiere in A Place Called Sacramento Film Festival

Ten original Sacramento based films received their world premiere before more than 600 supporters at Access Sacramento‘s 14th Annual A Place Called Sacramento Film Festival Sunday at The Crest Theatre.  The festival culminates a script writing and storytelling contest that began last April with the submission and selection of 10 screenplays for production.

All of the films involved locations, actors and stories based in the Sacramento region.

Writer/Producer/Actor Jessica Benz film “Resolution” won the Audience Favorite award after ballots were collected and counted at the conclusion of the event.

Her film tells the story of a young woman whose desire to be beach-bikini ready conflicts wi

Trustees' honoree overcame addiction, HIV

Trustees' honoree overcame addiction, HIV