🌱 State Department Freezes Refugees + Booster Available + Tree Lights

Welcome to the Sacramento Daily Patch Newsletter! Find the best news and events in Sacramento for Wednesday, November 24th, 2021!

First the weather today:

Mostly sunny. High: 62 Low: 38.

Here are the top stories of today in Sacramento:

  1. A person was arrested after: a stabbing in North Sacramento early Monday afternoon. Sacramento Police say officials responded to the Ninos Park Area just after noon. A man was in that hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. A second person became imprisoned in connection with the stabbing, say the police. No further details are known at this time. (CBS Sacramento)
  2. Even though school is canceled this week Sacramento City United Schools still reached thousands of families in need of help. Grocery boxes were distributed by the Sacramento City Unified School District Nutrition department to nine local schools. Local farmers donated for distribution that bridged the gap for families. Of the more than 45,000 students in City of Sac Schools, the district says, require around 75% of this type of help each year. (CBS Sacramento)
  3. State of Sacramento Probst and Vice President for Academic Affairs Steve Perez will be departure the university with effect from January 3, 2022, after more than 20 years. He goes to be Meanwhile President at San José State University, according to the President of Sac Robert Nelsen. Perez is expected to work as an interim for approx. a year, and the California State University The board of trustees “will soon” begin a nationwide search for a permanent replacement, according to a press release from the CSU Chancellery. (StateHornet.com)
  4. “Sacramento is the number one destination for many Afghan refugees because of the large Afghan community and the support that is here, “said Representative Ami Bera. In 2019, one in nine Afghans living in the United States lived in Sacramento and the surrounding region. According to Bera, Sacramento received 40% the first group of refugees who died in the first few months of ours Retreat. Opening our doors to refugees is nothing new to Sacramento, but with the current housing crisis, skyrocketing rents and displaced forest fire victims, it is Foreign Ministry decided to place a stop bring more refugees to the Sacramento area. Bera said he was in talks with the State Department about the moratorium and expected it to be lifted “sometime” but did not provide a specific timetable. (ABC10)
  5. the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) now recommends a COVID-19 booster for everyone who is 18 or older. the Sacramento county Ministry of Health encourages everyone suitable Individuals to get their booster dose as we head into the winter months and the holiday season. You order more vaccination pending increased demand and reminding everyone that they can be dosed in locations around the world district – in hospitals, doctor’s offices, local pharmacies, pop-up clinics, and more. For more information For boosters and to find your vaccine, visit MyTurn.ca.gov or the Sacramento County’s COVID-19 vaccine website. (Saccounty.gov)

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Events on Wednesday in Sacramento:

  • Start the Christmas season with the annual one lighting ceremony the Golden 1 Credit Union Christmas tree In the Old Sacramento waterfront. The fun starts at 5pm on Front and K Street. (5.00)
  • Check out the tree lights Theater of lights! Theater of Lights is an electrifying and family-friendly and free vacation tradition. Discover the sounds of the fires, floods, and exuberance that swept the historic neighborhood in the 1850s as 150-year-old building facades glow in color K-street between Front and 2nd street. (6 p.m.)
  • Join local comedians in. at Comedy showcase in Sacramento – Live at The Punchline! (8:00 pm)
  • MyUrbanSociety cordially invites you to: THE PJAMA JAM The official Thanksgiving party at Blue cue in Sacramento. (9.00)

Sacramento Patch Notebook

  • According to US National Weather Service for Sacramento, It looks like the weather conditions are going to be favorable for Thanksgiving travel 🦃 Drive safely! (Facebook)
  • Deck the halls, it’s the one HOLIDAY at DOCO! 🎄✨ You start the season with fun and festive shopping experiences, live music on the terrace, decorated trees, decorations and Black Friday sales THIS WEEKEND (Instagram)
  • SCUSD want to remember High school graduates that the Application deadline for UC and CSU colleges is November 30th! (Facebook)

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Jeri Karges

About me: Jeri Karges has lived and loved the Sacramento area for over 30 years. Her passion is to find new and unique ways to enjoy the city and its surroundings. On weekends, she urges her friends to try the restaurant without cutlery or to try their hand at ax throwing. Jeri also likes to write about retirement provision at https: //rockinretirement.subst …

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