Welcome to East Sacramento Preservation

East Sacramento Preservation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit grass roots group. Our mission is to protect and preserve East Sacramento’s quality of life. Membership to East Sacramento Preservation is $15 a year. Please give what you can to help support and preserve our neighborhood.

Meetings—second Wednesday of the month
7-8pm, Clunie Clubhouse
601 Alhambra Blvd.
PO Box 191763
Sacramento, CA 95819

FREE Health Fair and Fundraising Fitness Camps, September 13



FREE Health Fair and Fundraising Fitness Camps, September 13

Sacramento, Calif., (9/13/14) – “Sweatin’ for McKinley” is a free health fair with fundraising fitness classes happening all around the park; all of the proceeds are going to Friends Of East Sacramento, a local non-profit that maintains McKinley Park. It will take place on Saturday, Sept 13, from 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. at McKinley Park. The FREE health fair features health screenings, food, music, raffles and health seminars. Purchase a ticket to the fitness buffet and take all you can handle, including pick up sports games and fitness classes starting every half hour. Whether you’re into Yoga, Soccer, Zumba, Foot Ball, Pilates, Boot Camp, Thai Chi, or Boxing, Sweatin’ For McKinley has a class for you! And don’t forget to bring the kids out so they can meet the local fire department and police force, drain their energy at one of the kids fitness classes, try some healthy snacks, and conquer the Sweatin’ For McKinley obstacle course. Attendees can take as many classes as they’d like with one ticket. Train Hard Or Go Home, Inside Publications, the East Sacramento Chamber of Commerce, Home Care Assistance, Steve Cohn, Mercy Hospital, and Friends of East Sacramento have joined forces with local businesses to support McKinley Park.

Meg White, owner of one of the main sponsors Train Hard Or Go Home, recalls what the park means to the community: “McKinley park was a place for me to run my fitness boot camps before I could open my studio, it’s a place for adults to get together and play their favorite sport, couples vow to spend their lives together here, people literally come here to smell the roses. I’ve seen all walks of life gather here to share a meal.” She encourages everyone to participate because you “can’t put a price on the value of this park. It takes the whole community to maintain McKinley. If we want it to stay around for us and our next generation to use, we must band together and SWEAT for McKinley.”

Fitness Classes: $10 Early Bird Tickets get you access to as many classes as you can handle. These can be purchased online at www.SweatingForMcKinley.com

For more information, contact Megan White at 916-508-6144.



8:30 am Opening Words/ Warm Up


Tickets: $10 Pre Sale Area  1 Area 2 Area 3
9 am Beginning Yoga Boot Camp Boxing B Camp
9:30 am Zumba /
Advanced Yoga
Kids Camp /
Adv Boot Camp
10 am Beginning Thai Chi Kettle Bell Boot Camp Flag Foot Ball
10:30 am Zumba Kids Yoga /
Boot Camp
11 am Yoga for Runners Pilates Foot Golf
11:30 am Stretch

 1130 am Group Stretch– Raffle and Closing Ceremony at 12 pm
Inside: FREE
Alhambra Room
9 am – 10 am Portion Size: Getting All the Right Nutrients with Dr. M
930 – Getting and Maintaining Healthy Habits with Healthy Lifestyle Coach Aja
Blood Pressure Basics with Nurse Bubbles
11 am – Preventing Cavities and Promoting a Healthy Mouth

9:30 am –Successful Smoothies
10:30 am – 5 Min Meals with MadDog Meg
11:30 am – MadDogs Magic Muffins – Baking with Sue

For The Kids
Indoor Kids Club with Arts and Crafts – Kids Obstacle Course  – Face Painting

9:30 am – Kids Boot Camp
10:30 am – Kids Yoga
11 am – Kids Hip/Hop Class (inside)
11:30 am – Kids Cooking Class – After School Snacks

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“Strong Mayor” Forum in Sierra 2 Center September 22nd

images-2The Sierra Curtis Neighborhood Association will host a community forum on the Checks and Balances Act of 2014, also known as the “strong mayor” measure (Measure L). This forum will be held from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 22 in Curtis Hall. This proposal will be titled Measure L on the November ballot. The event is co-hosted by Organize Sacramento.

Kevin Ferreira from Sacramento Building and Construction Trades Council and Nancy Miller partner at Miller and Owen law firm will present the “pro” position.

Mayor Heather Fargo and Sacramento City Councilmember Steve Hansen will present the “con” side of the measure.

The forum will be moderated by SCNA Board President Eric Johnson.

Each side will present an opening and closing statement with the majority of the hour being questions and answers. Questions will be taken directly from the audience. Seating in Curtis Hall is limited, so please arrive early.

After the forum there will be a mixer in the Curtis Hall courtyard hosted by Organize Sacramento.

Forum 9/22/14, 6:30 to 7:30

Sierra 2 Center

2791 24th St.
SacramentoCA 95818 


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