Arianna Schifano, 12, shows off her blue nail polish and says she hopes to get a blue bicycle for Christmas. She lives with her mother, who was formerly homeless before moving into Serna Village, a community in McClellan Park for families transitioning out of homelessness that accommodates 84 families, including 175 kids. Serna Village is asking Book of Dreams readers for bicycles for many of its young residents like Arianna.
Arianna Schifano, 12, shows off her blue nail polish and says she hopes to get a blue bicycle for Christmas. She lives with her mother, who was formerly homeless before moving into Serna Village, a community in McClellan Park for families transitioning out of homelessness that accommodates 84 families, including 175 kids. Serna Village is asking Book of Dreams readers for bicycles for many of its young residents like Arianna. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com
Arianna Schifano, 12, shows off her blue nail polish and says she hopes to get a blue bicycle for Christmas. She lives with her mother, who was formerly homeless before moving into Serna Village, a community in McClellan Park for families transitioning out of homelessness that accommodates 84 families, including 175 kids. Serna Village is asking Book of Dreams readers for bicycles for many of its young residents like Arianna. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com

Bikes sought for youths in Serna Village, those served by Sacramento Sheriff’s Bike Unit

December 03, 2014 05:19 PM

UPDATED November 24, 2015 06:03 PM

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