Coach Bush stopped by our meeting on April 20th the share some upcoming events for all those that are interested in supporting JFK Football. Go Cougars!
Booster Club Officers Meeting (current AND prospective officers — attend if you are interested) – April 26th @ 7pm in the JFK Counselor’s Meeting Room
Spring Football Meeting – Meet the coaches, learn about the Booster Club, and upcoming fundraisers – May 3rd @ 7pm in the JFK Cafeteria
JFK Booster Club Flyer
Community meetings are held Quarterly
on the Third Thursday of the month @ 6:00pm.
ALL are welcome to attend.
Members receive special benefits … Join Today!
Q1 – January 19, 2023
Q2 – April 20, 2023
Q3 – July 20, 2023
Q4 – October 19, 2023
Robbie Waters Library
7335 Gloria Drive
Sacramento, CA 95831
Call CHP at 916-341-4740 for an appointment.
COMPLETED APPLICATIONS ARE DUE BY MARCH 1, 2023
The PGCA is proud to announce that, for the first time, it will be awarding two $500 scholarships to local students.
Click here for more information: https://pocketgreenhaven.org/scholarship/
The PGCA is hosting a community meeting Wednesday February 15th, 6pm, at the Robbie Waters Library Community Room.
US Congresswoman Doris Matsui’s District Director will be in attendance as well as the Sacramento Police Department. We have invited Councilmember Jennings as well as the Sacramento Postmaster, Angela Bye.
This meeting will allow Pocket Greenhaven Residents to voice their mail theft concerns with the appropriate government officials and ask for solutions.
The PGCA January general meeting was a success. Here is a link to the minutes. If you have any questions email us at email@example.com
There is another round of cluster mailbox break-ins occurring in the Pocket Greenhaven Neighborhood. As you may recall the PGCA was instrumental in leading the fight last year against these break-ins. We held a community meeting in July and with the help of federal officials had locks and older cluster mailboxes replaced. Unfortunately, last month mail carriers were held up at gunpoint and their master keys were stolen. Since then we have seen an increase in break-ins, with at least 5 occurring in the last few days in our neighborhood. Your PGCA, as in the past, is working with Congresswoman Matsui’s office and the USPS to end this new round of break ins. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you know of a cluster mailbox break-in. Please include: the time and date, address, was forced used to open the mailbox, any security footage or photos, and any other witness information.
Your PGCA will have a short presentation at our January 19th community meeting about our efforts to stop these break ins. In the meantime, we recommend that you collect your mail from cluster mailboxes daily.