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Hit the Trail for Project R.I.D.E. - or Just Belly Up for Dinner

Hit the Trail for Project R.I.D.E. - or Just Belly Up for Dinner

Saddle up! Join us for breakfast and lunch and two wonderful trail rides at the lovely Barton Ranch in Sloughhouse, then a big barn party back at the Project R.I.D.E. arena. Benefitting Project R.I.D.E.'s therapeutic recreational horseback riding program for people with special needs, this event is now in its 31st year.

Trail Ride Information:

Barton Ranch

3830 Scott Rd. Sloughhouse CA 95638

$75 ticket includes breakfast, ride, lunch, additional ride

You must bring your own equine for the trail ride. Project RIDE does not lend or rent horses. Mules are fine but no stallions please!

Dinner Information: (you do not have to attend the ride to enjoy the dinner)

Project R.I.D.E. Arena

8840 Southside Ave. Elk Grove CA 95624

$35 ticket includes dinner, music, live and silent auctions

Elk Grove Subaru donates nearly $10,000 to local animal welfare organization

Elk Grove Subaru donates nearly $10,000 to local animal welfare organization

Today, Elk Grove Subaru in partnership with Subaru of America presented the Sacramento SPCA with a check for $9,333.10 at its dealership located at 8581 Laguna Grove Drive. The money was raised during Subaru’s fifth annual “Share the Love” event held late last year.

“Share the Love” is an annual initiative allowing customers who purchase or lease a new Subaru to decide which charities would receive a donation from the company.

The list of charities included the ASPCA, Make-A-Wish, Meals on Wheels, the National Park Foundation, and Teach for America. As part of the program, individual Subaru retailers were allowed to add a sixth charity to the mix. Elk Grove Subaru, of the Lasher Auto Group, chose the Sacramento SPCA.

Hit the Trail for Project R.I.D.E. - or Just Belly Up for Dinner

Hit the Trail for Project R.I.D.E. - or Just Belly Up for Dinner

Saddle up! Join us for breakfast and lunch and two wonderful trail rides at the lovely Barton Ranch in Sloughhouse, then a big barn party back at the Project R.I.D.E. arena. Benefitting Project R.I.D.E.'s therapeutic recreational horseback riding program for people with special needs, this event is now in its 31st year.

Trail Ride Information:

Barton Ranch

3830 Scott Rd. Sloughhouse CA 95638

$75 ticket includes breakfast, ride, lunch, additional ride

You must bring your own equine for the trail ride. Project RIDE does not lend or rent horses. Mules are fine but no stallions please!

Dinner Information: (you do not have to attend the ride to enjoy the dinner)

Project R.I.D.E. Arena

8840 Southside Ave. Elk Grove CA 95624

$35 ticket includes dinner, music, live and silent auctions

EGPD Seeks Teenage Drivers and Parents for Distracted Driving Demonstration

 EGPD Seeks Teenage Drivers and Parents for Distracted Driving Demonstration

On March 29th and April 5th, the Elk Grove Police Department will host an innovative simulated distracted driving program aimed at educating teens and parents about driving safety.

We are currently seeking 100 licensed drivers (teens and parents) to participate in the “3D: Distracted Driving Demonstration Part II” program that will take place on Saturday, March 29th and Saturday, April 5th. Fifty participants per day, during two different sessions, will participate in the distracted driving demonstrations on a closed driving course.  Participants will experience several driving scenarios while performing other tasks such as, using a smart phone to text or talk, applying makeup, eating, reaching for items in the car, etc. 

'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' Winning Dish to be announced this Thursday Feb. 6

'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' Winning Dish to be announced this Thursday Feb. 6

This week's 'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' poll asked News10 viewers to decide what the News10 Good Morning crew will be eating this Friday, Feb. 7 during our 5 and 6 a.m. live newscasts.

Co-anchor Dan Elliott and traffic anchor Melissa Crowley will be enjoying breakfast and meeting local residents at Carol's Restaurant in West Sacramento.