E. Ken Tokutomi

Another View: Salvation Army wants you to volunteer

The Salvation Army has been serving the Auburn community for well over 20 years. Each day, more than 50 families enter through our doors to receive needed services and assistance. ...

Reader input: Daniel Berlant for City Council

I can immediately recognize good, solid, hardworking and talented people when I see them. Mr. Daniel Berlant is such a person, and I am proud to add my name to his rapidly growing ...

Another View: Salvation Army explains food spending, makes holiday plans

The Salvation Army of Auburn had a recent break-in into its walk-in freezer, resulting in a large quantity of donated beef and pork being stolen. As a result of this burglary and t ...

Another View: Auburn Salvation Army’s present in the community

As Chairman of The Salvation Army Advisory Board, I would like to thank the community, its citizens and the business and the faith basis communities for helping The Salvation Army ...

Things get cheeky on the serving line

E. Ken Tokutomi, Salvation Army of Auburn board chairman, said 200 volunteers prepared 1,400 free meals and transported 300 dinners to those who couldn’t make it in person the Sa ...

Auburn Salvation Army serves gourmet meal for all

Anyone looking for food or fellowship this Thanksgiving can share a bounty of both at the Community Thanksgiving Dinner being hosted by Auburn Salvation Army Thursday. Angela Att ...

Teen hopes to bring fresh face, ideas to board

Lindsay Mulsow, 19, is hoping to bring a younger view to the Placer County Board of Education. She is running against incumbent E. Ken Tokutomi, 60, for the Area 4 seat. There ar ...

Veteran trustee squares off against teen in election

E. Ken Tokutomi, 60, is hoping to keep his seat for Area 4 of the Placer County Board of Education. He is running against Lindsay Mulsow,19. There are eight candidates running fo ...

The 49 Fire fully involves resources of Salvation Army

Sunday afternoon, the day of the 49 Fire, I was awakened from a nap by a call from Placer County’s automated emergency warning system. I turned on my TV to witness a rapidly tr ...