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.
July 14, 2015, 2:00 PM
Children & Family Services, 15020 Palmdale Road, Victorville, Ca 92392
August 11, 2015, 2:00 PM
One Stop Transitional Age Youth Center, 780 E. Gilbert Street, Hollywood Room, San Bernardino, CA 92415
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
To show support for the local arts, and their 1000 Art Lessons for Kids project, Big Bear Lake Arts has invited the students of Big Bear Middle School to join local high school student artists in a collaboration to display a one-of-a-kind art project at the number one Art Festival in the San Bernardino Mountains, The Big Bear Lake Art Festival (BBLAF). presented by The Arts Council of Big Bear Valley (ACBBV) from July 3-5, 2015. The students drafted unique art concepts for mural designs that will be placed outside the donated portable panels to use as a muse for their exhibit. Big Bear Middle School students from Ms. Tokunaga's class are busy working on a mural of sorts that will send a message. Students and volunteers have picked up over 200 sleds and various other large pieces of trash from the local forest and it is piled up in the classroom. "The intent is to use this trash to create some type of public art to appeal to visitors and locals alike to please leave the forests clean for all who enjoy them" states Ms. Tokunaga, Big Bear Middle School Teacher. This free event is located at the Bartlett Events Center, 630 Bartlett Rd. , Big Bear Lake, CA.
For mre information please visit www.bigbearlakearts.org or Contact Tim Breuning,firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: (909) 680-8153
Official T-Shirts: Monday June 1st official T-shirts will be on sale for $15.00 at the Redlands City Clerk’s Office. The shirt will also be sold at the committee booth in Sylvan Park on SATURDAY JULY the 4th. .
Park Activities: Many local service and civic clubs are expected to participate in the daytime activities in Sylvan Park, Section A on University Street near the University of Redlands. Set up is expected to get underway at 7 a.m. and booths should be open at 10 a.m. Live entertainment will begin at 11 a.m. At 10:30 a.m. 4th of July Paradewill march around the park.
Stadium: Once again the University of Redlands plays host to one of the largest 4th of July celebrations in the State of California . The gates at the U of R Stadium will open by 6 p.m. The live show and opening ceremonies will begin at 7:00 p.m. and will include a flag ceremony and a USAF C-17 flyover. After the flyover, skydivers will be landing in the stadium. The Live show, at 8:00pm, will feature performances by the "Yardogs". The Fireworks show under the direction of Jeff Martin, citizen of Redlands and Sales Manager for Pyro Spectaculars by Souza will begin about 9pm.