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Citrus Heights News Briefs: rabbits, obituary, stadium

Latest local news briefs include abandoned rabbits causing a stir at Sylvan Oaks Library, an obituary for a 93-year-old Citrus Heights resident, and a sneak peak at Mesa Verde High School’s stadium project.

Abandoned rabbits near library causing concern
CBS 13 reported Monday that a local animal rescue group is raising concern about abandoned rabbits near Sylvan Oaks Library in Citrus Heights. A representative from an area rescue group said her team has rescued more than 90 rabbits from the site. (See full story)

Obituary: Ben William Gilmore (1929-2023)
Citrus Heights resident Ben Gilmore passed away on March 30 at the age of 93. According to his obituary, Gilmore is remembered for his work with Youth With a Mission and his later work teaching principles of American Government. He leaves behind his wife, several children, four grandchildren and great-grandchildren. A celebration of life will be held April 13 at 1:30 p.m. at Destiny Church, in Rocklin. (See full obituary)

District shares sneak peak of new stadium at MVHS
The San Juan Unified School District has posted several photos of its signature stadium project underway at Mesa Verde High School. The photos show a sneak peak at progress, with a new field already installed. See photos at:

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