CarstonSaelzler

Carston Saelzler

About Carston Saelzler

“Great moves of God are usually preceded by simple acts of obedience,” Steven Furtick. After a 2014 trip to a ranch in Colorado, Carston Saelzler, ‘21 plans on developing his own horse and cattle ranch in Southern California, by attending Cal Poly and pursuing a degree in agriculture. Besides pursuing his entrepreneurial dreams Saelzler also enjoys engaging in the lives of young kids and teens in the central valley area. Saelzler combines both of these passions by volunteering at Abundant Life Horse Ranch, where they use horses to teach young students important life lessons and good Christian values. Saelzler has also enrolled in high school leadership, he plans on being an encourager and an example to students young and old at FCS. Last year as a freshman, Saelzler who loves to play basketball had the incredible opportunity to play varsity basketball at FCS. This school year he looks forward to being a light on his team while hopefully getting a championship ring. Saelzler is a two year journalist at The Feather Online and enjoys the knowledge and the opportunities that it has presented. In his free time you can find him hanging out with his friends and loving on his dog, Roscoe.

RECAP: Seniors honored at FC baseball and softball senior nights

By |2019-05-13T17:02:08-07:00May 3rd, 2019|Athletics, Home Feature 2, Spring|

Family, friends, coaches, the baseball and softball teams recognized their seniors at the varsity baseball and softball senior night, May 2. Both teams won their home games: Baseball, 28-2, and softball, 11-1, against Laton High School. During baseball, The Eagles dominated their game from start to finish. Freshman Soren Sobrado led the team in batting with five base appearances, four at-bats, four runs, three hits, and two runs batted in. The pitching squad included seniors Sam Cross, Ronnie Peterson, and Anthony Lonardo.

PROMO: High school drama presents The Tempest

By |2019-05-07T18:32:44-07:00April 25th, 2019|News|

Each elective reaches a climax of performance during the school year and for the FC Drama program that is their spring performance of the Tempest. A play originally written by William Shakespeare the drama group decided to take on this beast and perform. The cast will consist of 15 people acting in different roles. The story of the tempest is about a group of people “stranded” on an island and being manipulated by a certain man.

Dr. Jeremi Suri dissects American politics, history at SJV Town Hall

By |2019-08-15T15:17:28-07:00April 5th, 2019|Features|

Dr. Jeremi Suri, Professor of Contemporary Politics and Foreign Policy, spoke at the latest San Joaquin Town Hall, March 11. Suri discussed the evolution of the American Presidency from its founders to some of the evolutionists of the office.

Kids Day 2019 shows community involvement, compassion

By |2019-04-11T10:43:45-07:00March 8th, 2019|Features|

Fresno area comes together, supports Valley Children's Healthcare UPDATE: March 13, 2019. According to  Adam Van Dusen, Executive Director of the Valley Children’s Healthcare Foundation, the Fresno area communities raised $634,301 and @CareForKids confirmed the amount with a Tweet. Original article, March 8 According to The Fresno Bee, about 8,000 volunteers lined the streets of [...]

BREAKING: Community reaches out for Kids Day, March 5

By |2019-04-08T08:21:02-07:00March 4th, 2019|News|

The 32 annual Kids Day approaches, March 5. The tradition is hosted by Valley Children's Healthcare, along with partners ABC 30 and The Fresno Bee. This fundraising event is staffed all over the city by thousands of volunteers wearing orange aprons and selling special edition Fresno Bee newspapers for one dollar. All the proceeds go to benefiting Valley Children's hospital.

Discover Fresno encourages engagement with local organizations, pt. 2

By |2019-04-08T08:20:43-07:00February 28th, 2019|Features|

The Well Community Church hosts Discover Fresno, an event to inform and connect attendees with local organizations impacting Fresno, as a followup to Hope Fresno 2015. Over 200 people gathered at the church for a morning of engagement and discussion. The Breakout Sessions were hosted by Every Neighborhood Partnership, Pregnancy Care Center, Fresno Rescue Mission, ESA Love Inc., Youth for Christ, City without Orphans, Chrysalis House Inc., Westside Church of God, Saint Rest Baptist Church and other community leaders. Over 200 people gather at the Well Church for Discover Fresno, Feb. 9. Director of Missions at The Well, Kyle Guerrero shares insight into the The Well’s efforts in supporting organizations and individuals impacting the community of Fresno.

Discover Fresno encourages engagement with local organizations, pt. 1

By |2019-06-13T15:27:01-07:00February 15th, 2019|Features|

This is the first article in a two part series covering the sessions hosted at Discover Fresno. Journalists Andrew Rieker, '21, Cartson Saezler, '21, Addison Schultz, '21, Kamryn Schultz, '19, and Sam Cross, '19, attended the event at The Well Community Church.  The Well Community Church hosts Discover Fresno, an event to inform and connect attendees with local organizations impacting Fresno. Keynote speaker  Neighborhood church pastor, Joe White began the morning with a keynote speech with the event splintering into separate groups discussing various issues.

Recap: Leadership hosts basketball intramurals

By |2019-04-01T10:09:48-07:00February 10th, 2019|News|

Basketball intramurals, hosted by FC high school leadership, were played in the FC gym during lunch, Feb. 6-8. The three-on-three tournament-style competition included ten teams with thirty students. These intramurals were held exclusively for high school students.

Molecular biologist Dr. John Medina lectures at SJV Town Hall

By |2019-03-07T13:36:59-07:00February 1st, 2019|Features|

Dr. John Medina, developmental molecular biologist, spoke at latest San Joaquin Town Hall, Jan. 23. Medina discussed how to maintain a healthy brain throughout different stages of life. As an affiliate professor of bio engineering at the University of Washington School of Medicine, Medina works primarily with young people, as his passion comes from being a father of two sons.