Chloe Nguyen is a senior at River Valley High School. As the daughter of Dr. Loan Tran and Stan Nguyen, she is proud to say that she has been helping her family’s business, Butte View Optometry, since her youth. Many people may recognize her as a friendly and energetic girl who has helped them find their good-looking glasses!
Chloe has been attending dual college-high school classes while maintaining an impressive 4.0 GPA. When she graduates this June, she will receive a high school diploma as well as an Associate Degree! She plans to attend college and pursue a career in the STEM field.
Chloe loves to sing and is often the one to start a karaoke night with her family and friends. She enjoys listening to K-pop and watching anime with her brother, Connor. She often shares photos of her cat, Luna. She proudly says that she has taught her cat how to shake, high-five, and fist bump.
Chloe took the initiative to connect her school's newly formed Asian American Pacific Islander club with the organizers of the 2022 Bok Kai Parade. She and her club members provided security at the barricades. They will help again this year.
Chloe wants to thank all of the volunteers for their hard work. She also wants to remind the attendees to please show the volunteers their appreciation. For the Year of the Rabbit, Chloe wishes that everyone stays safe and enjoys success in their future endeavors.
Chief Christian started his law enforcement career in 1996 and has served this profession for the past 25 years. He joined the City of Marysville Police Department in January of 2001 where he has spent the past 21 years of his career. Christian and his beautiful and amazing wife, Jamie, have four children who keep them very active and busy. When he is not at work, you can find him working on classic cars and trucks, supporting his children in all of their event activities, and being involved in the community. Christian is very active within the community and local service groups. As he is a member of the Marysville Rotary Club, SAYlove volunteer clean-up group, and is the current president of the Sutter Yuba Homeless Consortium. Christian's favorite part of Bok Kai is seeing the community come together and support our local history and of course the dragon and lion dancers just make it that much more exciting. Christian shared that he is humbled at being chosen as the Grand Marshal for the 2022 Bok Kai Parade. It is an honor to be representing this community and Bok Kai.
"Our community is rich in history and the passion people have for this community is contagious and I value all of the relationships I have built over the past years."
- Chief Christian Sachs