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San Diego Gun Owners PAC Applauds Federal Guidelines for Opening Gun Shops as Essential Businesses

Gratitude to Sheriff Bill Gore, `condemnation’ for County Supervisor Nathan Fletcher San Diego County Gun Owners (SDCGO), a political action committee (PAC) promoting Second Amendment rights, is applauding ...

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Miracle Babies in Need of Gas Gift Cards for Families with Hospitalized Newborns

San Diego CA— Miracle Babies, a non-profit organization that supports families with critically ill babies in local neonatal intensive care units (NICUs), is in urgent need of gas gift cards to help parents offset costs ...

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Rep. Mike Levin to Host Virtual Town Hall on Coronavirus

Oceanside CA— U.S. Representative Mike Levin (D-CA) will host a Virtual Town Hall on Wednesday to share the latest public health and safety information and answer constituents’ questions ...

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Rez Radio LOL- April 1

Pala CA— With the “new normal” and the gravity of current events beginning to sink in, it’s time to lighten the mood.  Towards that end, Rez Radio 91.3 ...

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Learning in the Time of Corona

Global Community of Families Unexpectedly Tackling Remote Education & Distance Learning San Diego CA— As millions of parents and children throughout the world suddenly find themselves providing and ...

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Sharing: The Key to Living, Loving and Grieving in COVID-19 Times

By Simona Valanciute San Diego OASIS The COVID-19 pandemic, and the accompanying closures, cancellations and financial upheavals are all having a major impact on our collective mental health. ...

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The Riehl World- Hiding from the Virus: Living the New Normal

By Richard Riehl It’s Day 14 of our lockdown in the Château Lake San Marcos retirement community. None of our 140 residents have been diagnosed with COVID 19. ...

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Rez Radio 91.3 to Broadcast Mass from Pala Mission

Pala CA— Effective Sunday, March 29 until further notice, Rez Radio 91.3 will broadcast Sunday Morning Mass live from Pala Mission Church every Sunday at 8a.  This service ...

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Council-member Christopher Rodriguez Forfeits Salary to Help Oceanside Residents and Businesses Affected by COVID-19 Pandemic

Oceanside CA— Statement from Oceanside City Council-member Christopher Rodriguez: In this time of great need and uncertainty for Oceanside residents, I have decided to forfeit my salary as ...

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Encinitas Based Coastal Community Foundation Responds to Community Needs

Encinitas CA— Coastal Community Foundation (CCF) has been responding to community needs as a result of COVID-19. This week the Foundation’s Fund for Housing and Homeless Recovery granted ...

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Thousands of Free Plants Donated to School Gardens Throughout San Diego County

San Diego County CA— The Resource Conservation District (RCD) of Greater San Diego County, held its eleventh annual plant giveaway, benefiting hundreds of elementary schools in San Diego ...

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Jewish Family Service Provides Food, Meals, Transportation to San Diegans in Need During COVID-19 Pandemic

Services Ongoing San Diego CA—Jewish Family Service of San Diego (JFS) has expanded its most vital programs to serve families and individuals of all faiths, background and ages, impacted ...

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San Diego for Every Child Launches COVID-19 Children’s Fund

Nonprofit Raises First Emergency Funds for Meals, Childcare, Remote Learning; Every Donation Made Tripled by Chair Sara Jacobs San Diego CA— With 40% of children under 12 living ...

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History Happening Now: San Diego History Center’s COVID-19 Initiative

San Diego CA— The San Diego History Center has created an initiative called History Happening Now! Share Your Story to engage the community and help San Diegans share ...

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Second Chance Urban Garden Seeks Community Support to Deliver Produce to Those in Need

San Diego CA—  Local nonprofit Second Chance operates two urban gardens and seeks community support to distribute and deliver the garden’s vegetables to those who need it most. ...

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