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Who's Hiring: UPS

SACRAMENTO, CA - UPS is hiring part-time and full-time Driver Helpers and Warehouse Workers.

 

These openings are at locations in Rocklin, Sacramento, and West Sacramento.

 

This is a physical, fast-paced position that involves continual lifting, lowering and sliding packages that typically weigh 25-35 pounds, but sometimes up to 70 pounds.

 

Part-time employees work approximately 17 - 20 hours per week.

 

CONTEST: Announcing the winner of the pet photo sweepstakes!

Congratulations to Harley and his morning face! You are the winner of a $500 photo package from G and G Productions plus a pet goodie bag!

Thank you everyone for sending in your photos! We love all of our News10 My Neighborhood pets!

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Dave's Pumpkin Patch Movie Night and First Annual Costume Contest

Dave's Pumpkin Patch Movie Night and First Annual Costume Contest

Dave's Pumpkin Patch is excited to announce the 2nd annual movie night provided by Fun Flicks.  The 21 foot screen will stand two stories tall by two stories wide.  We will start out the night with "It's The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown" at 7:00 p.m.  At 7:30 p.m. will be our feature film, "Beetlejuice."

Saturday October 22 is our first annual Halloween costume contest.  All ages are welcome; Grand Prize winner wins four tickets to Disney On Ice and the runner up wins a free Christmas tree.

WHERE: Dave's Pumpkin Patch, 3010 Burrows Avenue, West Sacramento

Source: AnDee Solis, Dave's Pumpkin Patch

 

What's for kids' breakfast? Cereal, sodas, candy, yogurt

PHILADELPHIA - Some school kids eat two or more breakfasts a day, while others eat nothing. And those who do eat breakfast are often starting the day with cereal and milk, a new survey shows.

Researchers at Temple University in Philadelphia surveyed 369 fourth- through eighth- graders in the city about whether they ate breakfast that day and what they consumed.

About half of the kids were at a healthy weight; the rest were overweight or obese. Half were African-American.

Among the findings presented this week at the annual meeting of the Obesity Society in Orlando:

•20% skipped breakfast; 55% ate one breakfast, and about 25% had two or more breakfasts.

•59% of breakfast-eaters consumed the first meal of the day at home, with 45% of those eating cold or hot cereal; 39% drank milk or ate yogurt or cheese; 32.5% drank water.