THANK YOU! We couldn’t have done it without you. Your participation in the 2016 Shasta Mud Run has made this year’s event an even greater success than in prior years! More than 1,250 participants from 2 to 72 years ran, walked, and crawled through a series of obstacles and mud pits. The funds raised at the event this year will not only help the
The Youth Violence Prevention Council celebrated their Peer Court Program volunteers Wednesday. The Redding Professional Firefighters Association donated a thousand dollars to the Council, saying they want to address the issue of youth fire-starters. RPFA says a lot of children who start fires come from broken homes and lack social skills. The Youth Violence Prevention Council have programs designed to help these children get
Sportsman’s Warehouse will host the 6th Annual Ladies’ Night on Thursday, April 7th, 2016. This event will celebrate the growing number of women who regularly participate, or are just becoming involved in, outdoor sports such as hunting, fishing, camping and shooting. The evening will feature educational seminars and clinics, contests, drawings, raffles, games, free food and beverages and in-store specials. Subject matter will range from
A huge THANK YOU to the Rite Aid Foundation’s KidCents program and all our friends and family that designated Youth Violence Prevention Council as their charity of choice. Aleta Carpenter, Richard Kern, and Roger Moore represented the YVPC Board of Directors.