May 22, 2017 – Don’t You Want to Bid on These Tickets?

As always, thanks again to Scott Holbrook and Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo for donating August baseball tickets:
2 tickets to Oakland A’s vs Philadelphia Phillies baseball game and
4 tickets to watch the San Francisco Giants vs Baltimore Orioles
They will be at the silent http://premier-pharmacy.com/product-category/blood-pressure auction table at our Fundraiser on May 28 starting at 2:00!
Don’t forget to get your tickets through this website. There are NO paper tickets this year. You will pick up your wristband at the registration desk at the Old Sugar Mill.

May 17, 2017 – Buy Your Tickets NOW! Don’t miss out!

Heringer Estates at the Old Sugar Mill has donated 5 tickets, each one good for four guests to enjoy wine tasting at their site. Thank you so much.

Don’t forget to buy your tickets to DREAM’s fundraiser on May 28, 2:00-6:00 in Clarksburg–use Paypal through our website (link below), there are no paper tickets. Pick up your wristband at the registration table.

May 10, 2017 – Rio Tierra Junior High

In February 31 6/7/8th grade students from Rio Tierra Junior High took a dream trip. Their activities director, Jodie Stueve, shared some of the SEA Lab activities that helped the students:

  • The ocean is more important for life in general than we had previously thought.
  • Nature is really beautiful.
  • Even in Sacramento, there are ways that students can help improve the pollution that is damaging the oceans.
  • The word-wide effects of littering.
  • Meeting kids from other schools and making new friendships.
  • The Kayaking trip in the Elkhorn Slough was spectacular.

With activities like this and help from businesses like R L Liss & ProductsHome Improvement, DREAM will be back for the next school year.Thanks Rick and Lisa for supporting DREAM’s fundraiser with posters, brochures and FB boosts!

May 3, 2017 – Creative Connections Arts Academy

As a visual and performing arts based charter school, Creative Connections Arts Academy‘s mission includes exposing their students to as much of the arts as possible. When 136 7/8th grade students experienced the B Street Theater, their teacher Tina Hughes-Corben wrote that “this trip is one of the traditional ways in which we can do that. The education materials that B Street provides helps us increase vocabulary and vocabulary skills when all of them learned about staging and costuming, particularly the drama class. The question and answer session at the end of the show is also valuable to our budding performers. We all love this opportunity each year and DREAM helps make that happen for us!”
If you want to help us provide more of this kind of experience for TR students, join us for our annual fundraiser. Just go to the front page of this website for more information and tickets.