Senior Citizen Resource Fair at the High Desert Association of Realtors
On Tuesday April 28 from 11am to 1pm, the High Desert Association of Realtors will host a special event for local Seniors at their office in Hesperia.
This event will feature speakers on a number of topics essential to Seniors including reverse mortgages, fraud protection, property taxes and available local services. Representatives from mortgage companies, the County of San Bernardino (Aging and Adult Services, the Tax Assessors office and the First District Supervisor’s office), home healthcare and transportation agencies will be present.
The program begins at 11am and will be followed by a questions/answer period and time to visit with the local agencies. Space is limited so interested Seniors are required to RSVP to 760-244-8841 or via email to Valerie@vvar.com. The Association of Realtors office is located at 11890 Hesperia Rd., Hesperia (3/4 mile south of Bear Valley Road).
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEChino Hills, CA – Fourth District Supervisor Curt Hagman announced Monday that his District Office is hosting a Meet and Greet Open House. Members of the public are invited to stop by to meet Supervisor Hagman and his team at the Chino Hills District Office on Thursday, April 30, from 5:00 to 7:30 p.m. located at 14010 City Center Drive, Chino Hills.
This is an opportunity for residents to meet their County Supervisor, his staff, and several county services department representatives who will be there to provide information and answer any questions regarding the services offered by the County of San Bernardino.
“Having had the opportunity to serve the public at various levels of government, I understand the importance of having an open door policy. It is my hope that constituents feel welcome to visit my office anytime, and I look forward to meeting everyone who attends the Open House Thursday Night”, said Supervisor Hagman.
Departments confirmed to be present at the Open House include: County Sheriff, Children and Family Services, ARMC’s Breath Mobile, Library Adventure Bus, Aging and Adult Services, Regional Parks , and First 5.
Light refreshments will be provided, including tacos prepared by the Taco Man. For more information about the upcoming event, visit Supervisor Hagman’s website: www.sbcounty.gov/bosd4###
* Free On-Site Shred Fest
* Free Compost & Mulch Giveaway
* Free Tire Drop-off
* Door Prizes and Giveaways
* Double Your CRV Contest. . . and more
Learn how to "Go Green" by visiting the Victor Valley MRF during our "Earth Day at the MRF Celebration".
Event is on Saturday, May 2nd, from 8 a.m. - Noon.
ADMISSION and PARKNG are FREE!
Take advantage of the FREE compost and mulch giveaway - up to 50 gallons of each material.
Victor Valley residents can bring up to 4 banker boxes of paper documents for FREE on-site shredding.
Bring the family and tour the MRF. Find out where your curbside recyclables go after the truck picks them up.
Drop off TVs, CRTS, computers, appliances, scrap metal, mixed paper, plastics, and more.
If you orsomeone you know rents a room, a house, apartment or mobile home, you will wantto attend one of these informative presentations on evictions, securitydeposits, repairs, housing discrimination, and housing rights for persons withdisabilities.
InlandFair Housing and Mediation Board (IFHMB) will present "Housing Rights andResponsibilities" during the month of May in 10 communities throughout SanBernardino County. The presentations will be for both English and Spanishspeakers.
If you orsomeone you know rents a room, a house, apartment or mobile home, you will want
to attend one of these informative presentations on evictions, security
deposits, repairs, housing discrimination, and housing rights for persons with
Fair Housing and Mediation Board (IFHMB) will present "Housing Rights and
Responsibilities" during the month of May in 10 communities throughout San
Bernardino County. The presentations will be for both English and Spanish
Supervisor Robert A. Lovingood, together with the Oak Hills Property Owners Association, San Bernardino County Code Enforcement and Solid Waste Management Divisions, will be providing trash and tire collection containers for the FREE removal of trash. Please bring trash and tires to the designated containers at the drop off center on Mariposa Road near the Summit Inn Café/Chevron Station. This program is limited to the residents of Oak Hills (photo ID or current utility bill required). We cannot accept commercial or industrial waste from businesses. If you have oversized or hard to handle loads, you may be diverted directly to the landfill to dispose of your load at your own cost. Please remember to safely secure and properly cover your loads prior to traveling to the event. Up to 9 tires per household - Tires must be removed from rims and the maximum size is 11” x 25.5”. Bring your dump pass (just in case) as containers are available on a first come, first served basis at this event.
1. Once you register, children and teens will choose how they will track their reading; whether by number of books, pages or minutes. Don’t forget to really challenge yourself this summer and set a strong goal!2. Check out books from the library and READ! Log your progress in your reading log by writing the title of the book, pages or number of minutes read depending on what you chose.3. Bring your reading log to the library each week. As long as you’ve met or exceeded the minimum weekly requirements you will receive a reward!
• For Children and Teens, earn a ticket and get to spin the prize wheel for a chance to win when you reaching our countywide goal o Children’s Challenge: Log 45 books, 450 pages or 6 hours of readingo Teen Challenge: Log 8 Books, 800 pages or 8 hours of reading• ALL AGES: Receive a ticket for every 25 books you check out during the summer to be entered into an opportunity drawing to win one of many rewards like: Gaming System, Nook HD+ tablet, and much more.
o Teen Challenge: Log 8 Books, 800 pages or 8 hours of reading
• ALL AGES: Receive a ticket for every 25 books you check out during the summer to be entered into an opportunity drawing to win one of many rewards like: Gaming System, Nook HD+ tablet, and much more.
Children’s Program:Once you make a selection, you will stick with it throughout the summer program. The options are:
• Books- Read at least 5 books per week to earn a reward. Write each title on the line in your reading log. • Pages- Read at least 50 pages per week to earn a reward. Write each title on the lines in your reading log and put the number of pages read next to it.• Minutes- Read for at least 30 minutes per week to earn a reward. Write each title on the lines of your reading log with the number of minutes you read next to it.
• Books- Read at least 5 books per week to earn a reward. Write each title on the line in your reading log.
• Pages- Read at least 50 pages per week to earn a reward. Write each title on the lines in your reading log and put the number of pages read next to it.
• Minutes- Read for at least 30 minutes per week to earn a reward. Write each title on the lines of your reading log with the number of minutes you read next to it.
Wear your SRP children’s shirt to any of our programs and receive a special raffle ticket for a chance to win the library’s inflatable space shuttle. Order your shirt today! Winning tickets will be pulled at the end of the last program. Must be present to win.
Check the Library for start dates.
EVENT TITLE: HarassmentPrevention Training For Any Size Company
DETAILS: This program is designed for supervisors and others with an emphasis on
preventing legal actions and claims of workplace harassment from occurring. All
types of harassment can affect any company regardless of the number of
SPEAKER: Bruce Matlock is a human resources attorney with more than 30 years of
experience. He has represented and consulted with hundreds of employers
EVENT DATE: June 10, 2015
TIME: Check-in: 8:30 a.m. – to 9 a.m. Continental
Breakfast – Program: 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Bernardino Employment Resource Center, 658 E. Brier Drive, Suite 100, San
Bernardino, CA 92408.
COST: Members: $50 Nonmembers: $50
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Each participant
will receive a certificate of training completion. Come join us and let Mr.
Matlock inform you on what not to say, or do, in order to keep you from getting
NOTE: If you make a reservation and do not
attend, you will be billed unless you cancel by June 5, 2015.
R.S.V.P. Linda K. Shubert Lk.email@example.com 909-797-4200 Fax: 909-797-4200