Karina Williams Sixth-grader at Glen Edwards Middle School, Mason Thomas, 11, plays his first game of ping-pong with his dad at the new Lincoln youth center Tuesday afternoon. ?It?s pretty cool cause we get to hang out with all the Monarch players,? stated Mason about the opening day of the youth center.
Karina Williams Rick Cwynar and Julie Campbell with Wells Fargo, fill give away bags full of Monarchs items, comic books, note pads, and other useful things for kids.
Karina WIlliams Yoselin Rodriquez, 7, of Lincoln excitedly smiles at Monarchs point guard Ticha Penicheiro, at the grand opening of the Lincoln youth center.
Karina Williams Gissele Huerta, 9, of Lincoln gets a signature from Monarchs forward Nicole Powell.
Karina Williams Scholanda Robinson, a shooting guard for the Sacramento Monarchs, signs her name on eleven-year-old Jorge Quintero's shirt.
Karina Williams Jacob Schafer, of Lincoln puts of the new Lincoln youth center sign Tuesday afternoon.
Karina Williams Lincoln kids, Fatima Diaz, 11, right and friend Kassandra Zamora, 10, laugh at the dancing dragon, the Monarchs mascott.
Karina Williams Monarchs shooting guard, Scholanda Robinson plays with Malacii Wright, 8-months, of Lincoln during the grand opening of the new Lincoln youth center.
Karina Williams Karla Huerta, 12, of Lincoln and her father, Juan, get thier photo taken with three Sacramento Monarchs players. The players from left, Chelsea Newton, Crystal Kelly, and Laura Harper.
Karina Williams The new Lincoln youth center is complete with all kinds of games, including this ping pong table PALS volunteers are unfolding, from left, Juan Hernandez, Paul Joiner, and Paul Shelgren, of Marysville and Lieutenant at the Lincoln Police Department.
Karina Williams Ashley Dominici, 13, an eighth grade leadership studen at Glen Edwards Middle School, shakes it up on the dance floor with the Monarchs mascot in front of the new Lincoln youth center.