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While we are still in the spirit of giving thanks, and for 2011, here are 11 history reasons for giving thanks for our good life in Elk Grove.1850 - City of Elk Grove.Although our city is only 11 years old, its roots go back to 1850 when James Hall opened the stage stop on the Monterey Trail/Stockton Road (now Highway 99).Along with the Presbyterian Church, the two churches are in the 1880 picture, one on each end of Main Street.There were others in the area that no longer exist such as the Ebenezer Baptist Church of 1862 which is why we have the cemetery at Sheldon Road and Highway 99.In just 16 months, they claimed to have had sales of ,000.We send many thank yous to all Elk Grove area businesses and our effective Chamber of Commerce that keeps everyone connected.1903 - Cosumnes Community Services District (CCSD).We thank the CCSD Board and staff and we appreciate their vision for the future.1908 - Libraries.It all started with the vision of one person, Harriet Eddy who was principal of Elk Grove Union High School.

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Checking out all local North Dakota personals is much simpler here than on a famous craigslist.The diversity of our Elk Grove the region is well represented in the variety of religious institutions in our midst.We give thanks to all of them for keeping us on the proper path and for encouraging us to reach out to help and support each other.1868 - Old Town Elk Grove.Join up within a minute and get to know wonderful people all over the North Dakota.

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I hope to see many readers tomorrow at the Dickens Street Fest in Old Town Elk Grove.Members of the Elk Grove Historical Society will be docents for the History Treasure Hunt, and you will find me near the Brick House Restaurant at Walnut Street.Bring your copy of the Old Town Tour that was in last week’s Citizen, and enjoy the historic treasures of Old Town Elk Grove.Then we had the first union high school in the state of California in 1893.