Susan Peters - District 3

700 H Street, Suite 2450
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 874-5471; FAX (916) 874-7593
Chief of Staff, Howard Schmidt
Special Assistant, Vanessa McCarthy-Olmstead

Dear Third District Residents,

I am honored to have served as your representative on the Board of Supervisors since 2005.

I hope you will not hesitate to share your views with me via email on issues of concern. And please consider signing up for E-mail Updates to receive the latest news about the services and programs provided by Sacramento County.

Thanks,

SUSAN PETERS

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HONOR THE CHICKENS
When the Village of Fair Oaks was colonized around 1895, the area was home to orange and citrus groves as well as olive orchards and assorted farm animals including chickens.  Today the local chickens are a very real part of everyday life in Fair Oaks which honors these noble birds every year and this year’s Chicken Festival will be held on Saturday, September 20, between the hours of 10 am to 6 pm.  Plaza Park will be the center of activity.  For more information visit the Fair Oaks Recreation and Park District.

CARMICHAEL FOUNDER’S DAY
Be part of the party on Saturday, September 27, when Carmichael celebrates “Founder’s Day” honoring the legacy of Daniel Webster Carmichael who established the community in 1909.  The fun will take place naturally in Carmichael Park with the official festivities starting at 10 am and continuing through to 3 pm but you can start the morning with a pancake breakfast hosted by the Fair Oaks Lions Club from 8 to 11:30 am.  It’s a great celebration with lots of activities, including a classic car show sponsored by the Cappuccino Cruisers. For more information vist the Carmichael Recreation and Park District.

ENCORE FALL CONCERT IN THE PARK
Mark your calendar for the annual “Concert in the Park” on Saturday, October 11, at Pioneer Park, 5100 Verner Avenue near Pioneer School, in Old Foothill Farms.  The fun begins at 1 pm with children’s activities followed by the concert featuring the John Skinner Band from 2 to 4 pm.  
The concert is being co-sponsored again by Sacramento County and the Sunrise Recreation and Park District with corporate support being provided by McClellan Park, Dignity Health’s Mercy San Juan Medical Center, Recycling Industries, Walmart, and California American Water. For more information vistit the Sunrise Recreation and Park District.

CALLING ALL MUSICIANS!
Musicians of all ages and levels are invited to be part of the “Symphony of 1000” and participate in the largest assembled orchestra in the history of Sacramento! This of of a kind musical and cultural event will occur on Sunday, October 12, at the Sacramento Memorial Auditorium.  Rehearsal will be at 1 pm followed by the performance at 4 pm.  Music is now available to download for practice for the big event.  To register and obtain more information, please visit www.symphonyof1000.org.

HELP SAVE A CHILD’S LIFE
The Country Club Lions Club will be hosting “Links For Life” on October 18 to raise funds to provide MedicAlert Medical IDs for every child in need.  This Farm to Fork, Beer and Wine Tasting and Silent Auction event will be held that evening in the exciting venue of the California Auto Museum, home to an outstanding classic car collection.  For more information, please visit www.e-clubhouse.org/sites/countryclubca.

NORTH HIGHLANDS JUBILEE
The Rotary Club of Foothill-Highlands and the North Highlands Vision’s Task Force are leading the effort to bring back the North Highlands Jubilee this year on October 25 at Freedom Park.  Here is an opportunity to be part of a community project that benefits residents, promotes businesses and promotes North Highlands.  Show your support and help by contacting Rotarian Co-Chairs Jeff Donlevy at jrd@recyclingindustries.com  or Patrick Magnani at Patrick.magnani@edwardjones.com.