PAM HAGEN, Federated Church; Shari Fulton, Zia's; Matthew Boger, book subject; and Matt Huckabay, the Center for Violence-free Relationships, talk about the book signing and community events happening at Federated Church and Zia's on Saturday. "From Hate to Hope" is an interactive conversation featuring a perpetrator and victim of a hate crime. Democrat photo by Pat Dollins

At Zia's Coffee shop in Placerville Monday Left to right, Pam Hagen, neighbors group, federated church, Shari Fulto, Zia's Coffee shop, Matthew Bkoger, subject of book, an Matt Huckaby, Center for Violence Free Relatioinships.


‘Freaks and Revelations’ — Hate, love and dreams come together in Old Hangtown

By From page B1 | January 25, 2011

Forgiveness was not Placerville’s strong suit during the Gold Rush when it earned the moniker “Old Hangtown.”

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