DeWitt Senior Center

Reader Input: Aide helped DeWitt seniors

Leah Rosasco, aide to Supervisor Jim Holmes, was our Seniors First DeWitt Café visitor last Monday, serving lunch as part of our 2014 March for Meals Campaign. March for M ...

Reader Input: Say goodbye to small-town life

I have lived in Auburn for 54 years and I’m sorry to see where it is heading by allowing Walmart and Costco to put in their big box stores. Patricia (Meisinger) (“Wal ...

Reader Input: We decided with our wallets

I can’t count the letters that I have read about Walmart and Costco over the last year. The newest concern is with the homeless. I remember many years ago there were many s ...

Reader Input: Site big boxes in unused structures

How can we consider bulldozing buildings that currently have three long-term tenants occupying them to fit a need for Costco in North Auburn (“North Auburn Costco could force ...

Reader Input: No stopping the big boxes

Like Dr. Louis A. Ling and many others (“Senior center flourishing where it is,” Reader Input, July 16), I am shocked that the Placer County Board of Supervisors wants ...

Reader Input: Senior center flourishing where it is

I have been a volunteer for Meals on Wheels for several years and visit the DeWitt Senior Center at least once a week. I am a retired physician and have lived in a variety of U.S ...

Grateful for kindly act

Interesting how a simple act of generosity/kindness can so brighten and inspire, especially in these challenging times. This past summer I signed up for a ceramics workshop at the ...