Hamburger Bash supports San Jacinto students

Thanks to a donation from the San Jacinto Community Builders, students with the Tiger Media Network program at San Jacinto High improve their live streaming efforts, such as this recent basketball game. Valley News/Courtesy photo
The San Jacinto Community Builders nonprofit was established in 1950 to provide funds and support to local projects. About 15 years ago, its primary focus shifted to assisting programs that directly affect San Jacinto Unified School District students. Its signature fundraiser is the Hamburger Bash, and this year’s event will be held Saturday, March 5, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.Lynn Peterson, the organization’s president, said the group meets with district staff each year to learn of any new or existing projects or programs at San Jacinto schools that are in need of a funding boost. This year the group donated $1,500 to “Ready, Set, Read!” a districtwide initiative created to emphasize the importance of building reading skills at home and $1,000 to San Jacinto High School’s CTE de
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