The Bryte and Broderick Community Action Network (BBCAN) implements and supports programs and projects to meet the aspirations of our diverse community by working with the City, non-profit and faith-based organizations, schools, and businesses toward sustaining a healthy, informed, and engaged community.
BBCAN meetings are held on the second Tuesday of the month in the BBCAN office at River Bend Manor, 664 Cummins Way, West Sacramento (map
). Contact us for more information.
Senior Shuttle Service expanded in West Sacramento
Shuttle service is available every Wednesday morning and Thursday afternoon to the Community Center. Shuttle service has been expanded for a grocery run to Walmart or Target on 1st and 3rd Monday mornings each month. Trips include door to door pickup and delivery from home to destination and back to home. See the flyer
for details and reservation information or call 372-0200 ext 105.
WATCH A SLIDE SHOW
of the successful 2013 SENIOR RESOURCE FAIR
Coming- a new, exciting community art project in West Sacramento:
Watch for the grand opening display at the West Sacramento Farmers Market
on June 6.
Urban Planning and Our Aging Population
BBCAN Senior Services Committee prepared a summary and recommendation document with supporting signatures and presented it to City planners and to City Council on December 5. You can read the letter
Free Computer Classes provided for Adults.
Yolo County Housing is offering free computer classes at River Bend Manor (664 Cummins Way, West Sacramento) on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 12:30pm to 3:30pm. Learn to set up email, browse the internet, write and send letters, or print documents at your own pace. Beginners are welcome - must be 18 or older.
SacTown Heroes youth group becomes BBCAN committee.
With a keen sense of their community and desire to learn and give back to their community, a select group of members have decided to take on a youth-led committee under BBCAN. Read about it here
BBCAN and WS Fire Dept collaborated on designing a File of Life refrigerator magnet. These magnets specifically developed for seniors who may live alone or who are home bound. The magnet provides easily accessible information about the resident for emergency responders. See a sample. Contact BBCAN or West Sacramento Fire Station 45 to obtain the free magnets.