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ANNOUNCEMENT: Car Wash September 21, 2013

Thomas R. Pollicita (TRP) Middle School’s Student Government will be sponsoring a car wash this SATURDAY, September 21, 2013 from 12:00-3:00PM on the blacktop.

The money raised will be used to pay for student activities, dances, field trips, and 8th grade end of the year events.

Location: 550 E. Market Street, Daly City, CA 94014

Click the image below to download the PDF.

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ANNOUNCEMENT: API Health Parity Coalition Meeting September 5, 2013

*****API Health Parity Coalition Meeting****

Thursday, September 5, 2013, 3:30-5p 

Chinatown Child Development Center, 720 Sacramento St, SF

*Welcome & Introductions

Led by APIHPC Co-Chairs Judy Young & Christina Shea

*Mental Health Project Updates

Led by APIHPC Coordinators Heidi Tuason & Natalie Ah Soon

*Digital Stories Screening & Discussion

Led by APIHPC Coordinator Heidi Tuason 

Please RSVP by Tuesday Sept 3 to apihpc@gmail.com.

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*****WHAT IS DIGITAL STORYTELLING?***** 

Digital Storytelling is a creative and innovative method of participatory practice that engages ordinary people to use digital tools (still & moving pictures, music, sound, text, and narrative voice) in an expressive way to tell their stories in short 3-5 minute films.

 API Health Parity Coalition, in partnership with the Center for Digital Storytelling, conducted intensive 3-day workshops that included reflective writing, shared group story circles, group affirmation and feedback, guided reflection and script writing, audio recording of the storytellers’ voice, video editing learning (even for people with limited computer skills), and assisted digital story crafting and refining. 

API Health Parity Coalition hopes to use these stories about mental wellness for community education, anti-stigma campaigns, and advocacy to policymakers/funders.

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The Asian & Pacific Islander Health Parity Coalition is a coalition of 30+ agencies in San Francisco that serve API communities. They envision healthy Asian & Pacific Islander (API) communities in San Francisco. Their mission is to achieve health parity for San Francisco’s Asian & Pacific Islander communities by identifying and addressing health and healthcare issues.

Click the image below to download the PDF flier.

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ANNOUNCEMENT: Pacifica Events 2013

California Coastal Cleanup Day – Saturday, September 21, 2013, 9:00AM-11:30AM

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  • With a casual celebration following at Rockaway.
  • It’s that time of year again when the state’s largest volunteer event gives all Californians the chance to learn about and actively participate in conserving coastal resources.
  • Join your fellow Pacificans to pick up and clear away debris collecting along our beaches, parks, shoreline, creeks, parking lots and neighborhood streets from Mussel Rock to Sweeney Ridge to Pedro Point. Are you ready for some action?  SIGN UP TODAY!
  • Everyone is welcome to participate!
  • Cleanups will take place at organized sites throughout Pacifica. You can also register your own site.
  • Individuals and/or Families click here to register now.
  • Groups and/or teams RSVP Lynn Adams: lynn4promos@aol.com
  • Bring your completed waiver form to the cleanup!

Fog Fest & The Parade – Saturday, September 28, 2013

  • The Pacifica Beach Coalition will be marching and hosting a booth as well.  You and your groups are all welcome to march with them if you would like!  And if interested they would love your help with a Build-A-Shark project to march with in the parade.
  • If you want to create and carry shark-themed parade decorations and march as a “school of sharks” with the PBC in the parade, contact deirfinn@gmail.com
  • If you want to reach out and educate the community about protecting our environment at the PBC booth, contact ammelman@sbcglobal.net.
  • The parade will be at the South End of Palmetto Ave., Pacifica, CA 94044.

JOBS: Foster City, San Bruno, Redwood City, and Mountain View Target hiring part/full time permanent positions August 2013.

Target is having a Job Fair on Monday, 8/26/2013, at the Job Information Center (JIC), 550 Quarry Road, San Carlos, CA 94070.

Target branches ( Foster City, San Bruno, Redwood City, and Mountain View) will be conducting interviews in the JIC that day.

Each store is hiring for part time/full time permanent positions. Click on the image below to download the PDF flyer.

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Any candidate who is interested should either go to the job fair on 8/26 in San Carlos or apply online at https://corporate.target.com/Careers. Click the image below to access the online application.

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