children

Roseville kids, seniors hold patriotic painting party

Maddie Wildie pointed out her hand-painted cards among the dozens laying on a table at Alta Manor Assisted Living and Memory Care Community in Roseville. "We're making cards for t ...

Kids learn good health at "Play to Thrive"

Children have extra time on their hands during summer. Why not encourage them to fill those hours with games such as hopscotch, hula hoop, jump rope and drums alive - when kids ba ...

Kids learn proper etiquette in class

Who says good manners are passé? Etiquette instructor Karen Foley has the evidence to prove otherwise. Her two upcoming workshops on etiquette and life skills for kids are filled ...

Bayside pastor goes undercover to help girls in sex trade

Robi Quick watched the documentaries, read the books, heard the stories, but standing in the karaoke bar waiting to be served left him terrified. “Nothing could have prepared me ...

Book offers resources for mothers of the abused

A Roseville clinical social worker has written a book focused on one person with a huge impact on survivors of sexual abuse: mom. In doing so, she has published what she considers ...

Eco-art center leaving downtown Roseville

reCREATE has been so successful, the eco-art center had to find a new home. The downtown Roseville center will move to a larger industrial space on Washington Boulevard, which wil ...

Theater troupe takes ‘Sleeping Beauty’ on the road

The kids at Shriners Hospital in Sacramento weren’t the only ones appreciative of the free on-site performance of “A Tale of Sleeping Beauty” on June 18. “ ...

Arts academy gives kids chance to shine

Roseville Theater is experiencing an overload of cuteness and budding talent as a batch of young performers prepare for an upcoming musical. The students, ages 4 to 7, in the rece ...

Woman helps feed children of the world

When Susan Bushell was 10 years old, her mother taught her how to sew. They made layettes — clothing for newborns — that got shipped off to babies in Africa. And that is when ...

Sutter Pediatrics hosts safety fair

Analyse Walters stood patiently as a bicycle helmet was properly secured on her head. The 5-year-old rides a scooter and her mom, Chanel, wanted to ensure that her child had the r ...

Book offers advice on dealing with bullies

More than 50 percent of students say they see others bullied at least once a week, according to the National Crime Prevention Council Web site. Rocklin resident Dr. Lothar Mader s ...

First 5 seeks four committee members

The First 5 Placer Children and Families Commission is seeking four members for its Community Resource Comm-ittee. The Children and Families Commission is an autonomous self-gover ...

Spirit of hope renewed

Just in time for Christmas shopping, Roseville opens its doors to ReNew, a secondhand store featuring household items and clothing for women and children. Last month, ReNew volunt ...

Miller thanks voters for chance to serve children

I would like to give a big thank-you to Roseville voters for giving me the opportunity to serve Roseville children on the Roseville City School Board. To those who supported my ef ...