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Photo Gallery | 2nd Annual Sheriff's Community Impact Program Community Appreciation Dinner

Sheriff’s Community Impact Program (SCIP) serving the Arden-Arcade Community held its 2nd Annual Community Appreciation Dinner, celebrating Volunteers and Partners.

Michael Saigeon, Founder & Director of SCIP, opened the evening welcoming guests, volunteers and community partners. 

Keynote Speaker Sheriff Scott Jones spoke of his vision to reduce juvenile delinquency in Sacramento County before the inception of SCIP and he reflected with a heart-felt smile upon his first meeting with Deputy Michael Saigeon.  Sheriff Jones knew Deputy Michael Saigeon’s proposed program was the key to his vision and he fully endorsed the concept a long-needed community impact program. 

Described were the “Keys to our Success” ~ that of, “Community Oriented Policing draws its strength from focused partnerships.  The Collaboration between SCIP, the Sheriff’s Department, and all of our local partners is empowering an entire community to build solutions that will ultimately have a profound positive impact on the Arden-Arcade Community.” 

“Supporting the Sheriff’s Vision to reduce juvenile delinquency in Sacramento County, SCIP recognizes the following partners for their financial contributions and investment in SCIP’S mission”

Arden-Arcade Rotary, Carmichael Kiwanis, Cornish & Carey Commercial, Chick-fil-A, Faria Printing & Graphics, Farmer, Smith & Lane, LLP, Glidden Professional Paint Center (Arden Way), Joseph W. Scalia, Esq., Kaiser Permanente, Mary Anne Arcilla, Mechanics Bank, Mission Oaks Recreation and Park District, My Future Initiative (MyFi), Point West Rotary, Raley’s Supermarkets, Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department, Sheriff’s Toy Project and Uptown Studios. 

A Taste for the Senses, Owner & Chef A. Vargas, catered a culinary delight for guests.  A portion of the catering was donated by Chef Vargas.  Additional funding for catering was provided by Health Net. 

This was a very special evening for all as great appreciation was shown to all who are supporters, from volunteers to financial partners as a sense of community is the theme to ‘be there’ for our youth!

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