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William Jessup University holding inaugural athletic fundraiser at Topgolf in Roseville

William Jessup University holding inaugural athletic fundraiser at Topgolf in Roseville

The Jessup Athletic Association will host the inaugural TopSwing event – a fun gathering, providing golf, games, food, beverages, prizes and awards – on Sunday, April 23 at Topgolf entertainment complex in Roseville.

TopSwing takes place from 4-8 p.m. and is a unique fundraising event for William Jessup University Athletics that is designed for both golfers and non-golfers. No golf skills are necessary.

TopSwing is open to the public for both sponsorship and participation. All proceeds raised at the event will go directly to support William Jessup University athletic programs with scholarships, improved team facilities, and help reduce student debt. The fundraiser at Topgolf will become a yearly event.

Consumers urged not to eat sport-harvested bivalve shellfish from Santa Barbara County

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Romance & roses

Romance & roses

Come walk through pathways covered in roses while you hear tales of love in years gone-by. Costumed docents and actors will tell about how couples met and how they died, and recount legends about roses, the symbol of love. Bring somebody you love, breathe in the perfume of the roses around you, and enjoy a lovely evening in our award-winning Historic Rose Garden in the Sacramento Historic City Cemetery.


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Southwest Airlines announces expanded service to SMF

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American Revolution Museum exceeds fundraising goal at $152M

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Would be Elk Grove bank robber foiled By witness, arrives after business hours

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David Letterman replaces Neil Young at Rock Hall show

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