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Goings on in the Roseville, Granite Bay & Rocklin areas.

Aug 27, 2009 07:56AM ● By Wendy Sipple

Husband and wife duo James and Stefani Hays of Enchanted Images have donated framed wall portraits of infants, mothers, fathers and siblings, which are now displayed in the Family Birth Center of Sutter Roseville Medical Center.

Congratulations to Granite Bay resident Molly Griffin on her acceptance to The Juilliard School in New York. She is one of 10 students from around the world who was accepted to attend this fall.

The Placer Land Trust recently awarded the “2009 Placer Conservator of the Year” title to Sierra College Professor Joe Medeiros, for his extraordinary efforts to conserve Placer County’s resources.

The Placer Community Foundation recently awarded $14,000 worth of grants to the following community arts organizations: Auburn Community Concert Association, Auburn Placer Performing Arts Center’s State Theatre, Placer Community Theater, Placer Theatre Ballet and Sierra College Foundation’s Chamber Music Alive series.

Sixty-five-year-old Lincoln Hills resident Judy Stoddard competed in the International Skating Institute World Recreational Team Championships in San Jose this past July – her very first competition. Way to go Judy!

Philanthropic Educational Organization (P.E.O.), an international women’s organization, recently awarded scholarships to four local high school graduates: Jasneet Baines from Woodcreek High School, and Amber Diller, Mallory Valenzuela and Monica You-Booth from Rocklin High School.

The Sacramento Blue Star Moms recently donated 500 care packages to deployed troops in Iraq, Afghanistan, Kosovo, Japan, and South Korea among others. To get involved, visit

Don’t miss the ribbon cutting to celebrate the opening of MD STAT Urgent Care’s new location in Roseville at 851 Pleasant Grove Boulevard, Suite 110, on September 11 at 5 p.m. For more information, visit

First Fridays at Fountains at Roseville, from 6-9 p.m. this month, will feature farmers market, strolling performers, sidewalk sales and a car show. For more information, visit

Kick up your heels at Quarry Ponds Center’s free tango lessons held every Wednesday throughout September from 6-7 p.m. For more information, visit

Or learn Argentine tango from prominent tango professionals at The Arts Building on Lincoln Way in Auburn, September 11-12. For more information, go to

Check out For All Season’s new digs right next door to their old location at 8679 Auburn Folsom Road in Granite Bay. For more information, call 916-797-2100.

Colfax will host Railroad Days 2009, a celebration of its past and present, on September 26-27 in a weekend-long festivity that includes large displays of antiques, period costumes and outdoor quilt show. For more information, call 530-346-8888 or visit

That’s all for now, but check back next month for our 2009 Readers’ Choice Awards!

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