Welcome to the Sacramento Daily Patch newsletter! This is where you’ll find all the best news and events happening in Sacramento for Monday October 4, 2021!
First of all, the weather forecast for the day:
Hot with a hazy sun. High: 93 Low: 56.
Here are the best stories today in Sacramento:
- The first annual Mid-Autumn Moon Festival and Night Market took place on Saturday at Little Saigon in South of Sacramento. The weekend festival commemorated one of the most important festivals of Asian culture, which celebrates the end of autumn harvest. About 45 different vendors participated in the Saturday festival. âI think it’s important to have this kind of event to bring people together and to remind people that South Sacramento is where the melting pot, the culture of Asians is,â said Him Nguyen, president of the Norcal Vietnamese Chamber of Commerce. (KCRA3)
- The City of Citrus Heights you may be looking for! He posted a job requisition for a City manager. If you have a 4-year degree from an accredited college or university in public administration, business administration, political science, or a related field, you might have what it takes. The city is ready to pay a base salary up to $ 260,000, as well as a “competitive advantages package âfor a new general manager at the head of a workforce of 210 full-time people employees and lead a budget over $ 70 million. The deadline to apply for the position is registered by October 18, 2021. Applications can be submitted online. (Citrus Heights Sentinel)
- Elk grove has the lowest roaming rate in Sacramento County, but homelessness is on the increase in the city, as in most communities in California. Elk Grove keeps looking for new options to address homeless and participate in regional efforts focused on lodging and health care. If you are in arrondissements 2 or 3 and are interested in portion or have ideas to share, you are invited to attend a town hall meeting October 5. The meeting will provide an opportunity for staff from the City’s Housing and Utilities Division, Code Enforcement Division, Elk Grove Police Department Homeless Awareness Team and the CSD de Cosumnes to present information to the public on how affordable housing and homelessness strategies are implemented. Questions and feedback of the public are encouraged. (elkgrovecity.org)
- Of them Folsom siblings hosted an event honey over the weekend. Twelve years Janae Drummond and his 7-year-old brother, Andrew Widder, have sold local honey and donate part of the profits to Caldor fire victims. Over the weekend they had a honey stand in the Walk and donated 25% of all profits to the victims of the fire. “Our cabin was almost set on fire Strawberry but the firefighters were able to save him. We wanted to support the people who lost their cabins and homes, âJanae said. For anyone looking to buy honey from Janae and Andrew who didn’t make it to the Sunday booth, you can contact their mom, Denise widder, at 916-337-9938 or by email at [email protected] (Folsom Telegraph)
- Sacramento is becoming less and less affordable. This fact has prompted at least one Sacramentian to take Tulsa, Oklahoma on its offer to settle there. Tulsa recruits Californians and others by offering $ 10,000 for people who settle there and work remotely via the Tulsa remote control program and Amnoni Myers, a child protection consultant from Sac travels to Tulsa as part of the program. Tulsa Remote spokesperson Meredith Rasnic told ABC10 that 179 of its more than 1,000 attendees moved to Tulsa from California. She said many were from the Los Angeles area. The Tulsa Remote program is a one year commitment. Hopefully anyone in Sacramento who deals with Tulsa will find this area to have a unique charm and will return, but Rasnic told ABC10 that over 90% of Tulsa Remote members have stayed in Tulsa beyond. their one year old. (ABC10)
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Monday events in Sacramento:
- Public speaking for individuals on the ASpectrum of utism is presented by FLy Brave Foundation (1:30 p.m.)
- Sushi making To The art box in Orangevale. Your kids will make a breakfast sushi roll, a vegetarian sushi roll, and a candy sushi roll! No fish will be used. (3:30 p.m.)
- To catch Raiders @ Chargers MNF Watch Party To Twin peaks Restaurant at Sacramento (4:30 p.m.)
- Go out for Skating evening presented by ee Center for Fathers and Families To The rink in Sacramento (6:00 p.m.)
- Watch a misty and smoky sunset seen from Bald mountain in El Dorado County. The smoke is terrible, but the sunset is magnificent. (Facebook)
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About me: Jeri Karges has lived and loved the Sacramento area for over 30 years. His passion is to find new and unique ways to enjoy the city and its surroundings. On the weekends, you can see her pestering her friends to taste the restaurant that has no silverware or to try their hand at ax throwing. Jeri also enjoys writing about retirement planning at https: //rockinretirement.subst …
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