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Citrus Heights News Briefs: volunteers, obituary, hiring

The City of Citrus Heights on Friday posted a photo of a group of volunteers who helped pre-fill sandbags.

Latest local news briefs include volunteers helping pre-fill sandbags at City Hall, the Police Department hiring officers, and the obituary of a 55-year-old resident who passed away last month.

Men’s workout group helps pre-fill sandbags at City Hall
The City of Citrus Heights on Friday shared a photo of volunteers from a local men’s workout group who helped prefill sandbags at City Hall early Friday morning, which were quickly picked up by residents. The group is part of F3, a global network of peer-led men’s workout groups, with a focus on “Fitness, Fellowship and Faith.”

Citrus Heights Police Department hiring officers
The Citrus Heights Police Department said in a social media post on Wednesday that it is seeking to hire new officers. Benefits include a 4-week paid “mini-sabbatical,” earnings up to $120,000, 10 or 12.5-hour shifts, full family dental and vision, and other benefits.

Obituary: Raul Anaya Perez (1967-2022)
Raul Perez passed away in his hometown of Citrus Heights on Dec. 22, according to an obituary published Thursday online. He is survived by his three children, his parents and seven siblings. He is remembered for “his sense of humor, his hard work ethic and his ability to overcome any obstacles he faced,” his obituary said. (See full obit)

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