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Meals On Wheels Walk 3-26-16, Sign Up Today!

Meals-on-Wheels Greater San Diego, Inc. Hosts

Wiggin’ Out for San Diego Seniors 1 Mile or 5K Walk/Run

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**Fun Run/Walk to Benefit San Diego Homebound Seniors**

San Diego, CA (February 1, 2016) – Have a New Year’s resolution to get into better shape or just love to get out for a run or walk? If so, join the annual Wiggin’ Out for San Diego Seniors 1 Mile or 5K Walk/Run on Saturday, March 26, 2016. This fun event, where participants get in the act by wearing their favorite, fanciful wig, will help you keep up your commitment to health while helping homebound and isolated San Diego seniors.

The Meals-on-Wheels Greater San Diego, Inc.’s Wiggin’ Out for San Diego Seniors Walk/Run will be located at La Cima Dr. & Crown Point Dr. at Crown Point Park in Pacific Beach, 92109. Event day begins with registration open at 7am and Starter’s pistol sounding at 8am. Entrants may sign up online at: http://excelarace.com/wiggin-out-5k.html

Individuals – $35

Team member  – $25 each

 

Individuals, families, kids and dogs are welcomed participants. Prizes will be awarded for funds raised and best wig!

 

For more information and sponsorship opportunities please contact:
Ashley Constans
619 278-4041
aconstans@meals-on-wheels.org

 

About Meals-on-Wheels Greater San Diego, Inc.

The impact that Meals-on-Wheels has on the seniors they serve goes far beyond the wholesome meals provided. Daily friendly contact provides important socialization for those who may be isolated with little or no connection to the outside world. Lives are often saved in the course of delivering meals when a person does not respond to a knock on the door, has fallen or may have become ill. For over 56 years, Meals-on-Wheels Greater San Diego, Inc. has contributed to the overall well-being of seniors by providing regular nutrition and daily contact with a caring volunteer. Learn more at

www.meals-on-wheels.orgor call 800.5.SENIOR.

Heritage of Americas Museum Founders Day Celebration and Legends Event 1-23-16

The Heritage of Americas Museum has a big announcement…We are combining our Founders Day celebration with San Diego Legends: Living Well, a program sponsored by the San Diego County Library and the county’s Aging and Independent Services Department!  The Founders Day celebration honors Bud and Bernadette Lueck, the founders of the Museum.  San Diego Legends: Living Well includes the last three years of paintings by Mona Mills  recognizing San Diego citizens who have worked to positively impact their fellow citizens, 16 paintings in all.  It is the first time that all paintings have been displayed together.  YOU’RE INVITED

Legends Invite -Meet Artist

Founders' Day Invite

When: Saturday, January 23, 1:00 p.m.

Where: Heritage of the Americas Museum
12110 Cuyamaca College Drive West
El Cajon, CA  92019

619-670-5194

Securing Our eCity Launches 7th Annual San Diego Mayors’ Cyber Cup

San Diego, CA –January 11, 2016 – Securing Our eCity Foundation is helping to lead the 7th Annual San Diego Mayors’ Cyber Cup from now through April 2016. San Diego Mayors’ Cyber Cup competition is open to all San Diego middle and high school students. Joined by the initial lead, National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) as one of its science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) outreach initiatives, the core team organizing the event also includes: representatives from National University, Information Assurance program, UCSD, and Leidos, makers of the CyberNexs system which is used for the challenge.

The Mayors’ Cyber Cup Challenge gives today’s teens and youth access to the world of cyber coupled with experts from industry. Today, cyber security is the fastest growing job sector. This competition creates interest and awareness among participating schools and students while encouraging them to consider information assurance and computer security as possible career paths or courses of study in a higher education.

Teams of cyber warriors are forming and schools are encouraged to sign up now. As part of the Mayors’ Cyber Cup program, organizers match mentors from industry that coach and work hand-in-hand with students as they explore, learn and build their expertise in all facets of cyber security.  The Cyber Cup’s goal is to encourage students to learn about computer security threats by providing an educational venue in which students are able to apply the theories and practical skills they have learned, and foster a spirit of teamwork, ethical behavior and effective communication both within and across teams.

Notable VIP Competition Dates:

  • December 2015– January 2016 Mentor assignments
  • Week of January 4th 2016 – Coach/Mentor Information Sessions via WebEx
  • January 19-22, 2016; 8am-6pm Practice Round I
  • February 8-11, 2016; 8am-6pm Practice Round II
  • February 26-27, 2016; 8am-6pm Qualification Round I
  • March 4-5, 2016; 8am-6pm Qualification Round II
  • April 2, 2016 Finals Round 10 am-5 pm / Reception and Awards Banquet 5:30pm-8pm

“This will be the seventh year that we have helped bring about the San Diego Mayors’ Cyber Cup! We are thrilled with how organizations have come together to support our future cyber leaders. This year promises to be even more exciting than those in the past. We are looking forward to working with the teams this year and see who will win the coveted Mayors’ Cyber Cup!” Liz Fraumann, Executive Director.

About Securing Our eCity Foundation

Securing Our eCity Foundation is a 501 (c)3 non-profit organization focused on cyber security awareness and education. Their mission is to enable every San Diegan to live, work and play safely in the cyber world. The Foundation, formed in late 2011, is based on an initiative started in mid-2008 by ESET North America, an internet security company. Supported through generous donations from organizations like ESET North America and San Diego Gas & Electric, SOeC helps facilitate a safer cyber experience for digital citizens in the greater San Diego area. For more information, visit www.securingourecity.org or call 619-630-2444.

Cajon Valley Education Foundation Breakfast With Santa El Cajon 12-21-15

Don’t Miss Breakfast with Santa Monday 12/21/15

Breakfast with Santa 2015

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Hillsdale Middle School Annual Craft Fair 2015

Support Hillsdale Middle School at their Craft Fair Saturday 11/7/15!

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The proceeds from this Craft Show will benefit the school’s Builders Club which does many community service projects throughout the year!

Hillsdale Middle School

1301 Brabham Street, El Cajon