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 is inviting West Sac residents to apply for our Board of Directors. Contact us
if you are interested in learning more.
All Charities Raffle
BBCAN is selling tickets for the West Sac Foundation All Charities Raffle
. Contact us if you would like to purchase raffle tickets... $10 each, Faublous Prizes!!
National Night Out
Once again BBCAN partnered with Las Casitas to support an evening of fun and food! See the photos here
Kids Summer Music Camp
What a great event with collaboration between the City of West Sacramento Parks and Recreation Department, the West Sacramento Music Academy and BBCAN.
See the slide show
We sold Fireworks again this year!
BBCAN collaborated with BIG (Boosters for International Gymnastics) to sell fireworks as a fundraiser for their organizations. This year our stand was located on Arteaga's Supermarket parking lot at the corner of Sacramento and Kegle
in West Sacramento. You can see the flyer here
and the slide show
See what happens when appropriate and persistent steps are taken!
City of West Sacramento responds!
Intersection Safety Concerns
; Elkhorn Park drinking fountain
; Hazardous Curb at Community Center
. Small steps - but important to our daily lives.
Free computer training in West Sacramento
Offered by the Turner Library (375-6465) and the West Sacramento Community Center (373-5819). Call for class information. Beginners welcome.
West Sacramento Senior Resource Fair 2014
What a great event. See more information here
and see a slide show
AARP Tax Aide Program assists residents
From the program District Coordinator for Yolo County AARP/TaxAide:
'Again this year we assisted a remarkable 145 at Riverbend Manor in West Sacramento. This is truly remarkable for only our second year there. The program brought $1,172,186.00 to Yolo County, $138,882.00 to West Sacramento. 75% of our clients were 60 or over. We do seem to have served the clientele that AARP/TaxAide aims to serve. These numbers do not include California refunds, which the IRS does not track. Our volunteers are very proud of the work they do, and grateful to have such a terrific place to do it.'
See the the flyer
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.
See more accomplishments
and read about recent BBCAN sponsored or supported events here