Auburn Boys & Girls Club

J Ross Parrelli: Unstoppable

 J Ross Parrelli does not sit still for long. No sooner signed to Universal, the Auburn-raised rapper/ social minded singer is already looking at public speaking as a viable ...

Reader Input: Spokely has skills needed to serve

The November elections are fast approaching and the window of opportunity to determine which candidates for Auburn City Council are most qualified will quickly close. We demonstr ...

Hometown entrepreneur devoted to Auburn

Thomas “TJ” Jackson has always had an entrepreneurial spirit, even as a young man. “As a kid I would go to the market and push shopping carts for people to earn a little ex ...

Our View: Don’t forget your community this holiday season

The Gift of Giving Editor's note: During December the Auburn Journal is publishing a series of 12 stories on volunteers in our community. The stories are meant to inspire others ...

Blaze uproots ‘Santa’ from his North Auburn abode

The man who plays Santa Claus is having many gifts given to him following Sunday’s 49 Fire. Jack Kenny, who portrays St. Nick for children at the Auburn Boys & Girls Club and the ...

Boys & Girls Club campaign a solid investment in kids

Auburn has generously supported its Boys & Girls Club for the last 15 years, donating money and sweat equity for thousands of kids who might not have such a safe, positive place to ...

Perrault knows secret of making wine and friends

No doubt about it — the lady is a ball of energy. She has three passions: helping children, jazz dancing and making wine. Debbie Perrault has a theory on how to make friends in ...

Looking Behind the Scenes: Boys & Girls Club may soon have a new home

Surfing the pages of the notebook while realizing that Stan Atkinson is on TV more now than he was when he did the nightly news... Meanwhile, back here in Auburn, even her most di ...

Our View: North Auburn club site best suited to serve local youth

If the Boys & Girls Club of Auburn is ready to take flight, the Placer County Board of Supervisors should put a little wind under the club’s wings. In the coming weeks, supervis ...