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Get to Know: Sean Ragan

“Seeing my grandfather’s lifelong service in the legal system probably had an influence on me,” Ragan shares. “From the time I was about 12 years old, I knew I wanted to go into the FBI.”

What's Up: Roseville Granite Bay Rocklin

Read on to find out "what's up" from Roseville to Rocklin this March.

Cause & Effect: Team Celebrate in El Dorado County

“These kids deserve a special party, one day of joy they may remember the rest of their lives,” she says. “I thought this was a meaningful way I could help.”

Roseville Introducing: Ted Hawkins at Benchmark Strength and Conditioning

We provide a personal experience by focusing on an individual’s goals and physical abilities, ultimately making them stronger and fitter to perform everyday tasks easily and safely.

Roseville Introducing: Peyman Javidan with Javan Investgations

It’s great to meet people involved in other fields and find a middle ground where we can support each other and possibly utilize one another’s services.

Cause & Effect: Global Marketplace, Uniting Nations

Global Marketplace's mission statement reads: “to provide opportunities for people to open their hearts toward creating a world of equality,” both racially and economically.

Daddio Superhero Event in Rocklin

This product/service launch for Destiny Community Center’s new website featured superhero meet and greets, a cape-building workshop, superhero cake pops, pictures with Santa, and more.

Steampunk Victorian Holiday Faire at High Hand Art Gallery

Over 1,000 visitors attended this second annual event, which included more than a dozen local musical acts, a performance artist duo, face painting, an anachronistic caricature artist doing time period portraits, 25 guest artists, and 30 gallery artists.

The Creek for a Cure

The Woodcreek High School Lady Timberwolves took on the Lodi Flames while also raising money and awareness to help find a cure for type 1 diabetes.

Women's West Coast Tournament of Champions

Fourteen colleges and 70 high schools participated in the nation’s only all-female tournament that showcases both high school and college wrestlers.

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