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SDCCU Supports Mental Health Awareness Month and the Live Well San Diego Trails Challenge

Trails Challenge encourages the community to get physically active to reduce stress and improve mental health San Diego CA— San Diego County Credit Union® (SDCCU®), San Diego’s largest ...

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Workforce Partnership Names Two New Board Members, Making it Women-majority for First Time Ever

San Diego CA— The San Diego Workforce Partnership is excited to announce the appointment of Veronica Dela Rosa and Terry Kurtenbach to the Workforce Development Board (WDB). Dela ...

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Breakfast at Tiffany’s to Benefit Miracle Babies

San Diego CA— Miracle Babies, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to unite parents with hospitalized newborns by providing transportation and supportive services, will celebrate its Miracle Circle Auxiliary on ...

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Boys & Girls Clubs of Oceanside Receive State Farm Grant for STREAMing Ahead Program

Oceanside CA— Boys & Girls Clubs of Oceanside (BGCO) has received a $10,000 grant from State Farm to support the STREAMing Ahead program. This grant will assist BGCO ...

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Kid’s Horse Rescue Camp at Laughing Pony Rescue in Rancho Santa Fe CA

Rancho Santa Fe CA— On Saturday, May 1st, children visited Laughing Pony Rescue in Rancho Santa Fe, California for the Kid’s Horse Rescue Camp. Campers spent the entire day ...

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Meals On Wheels San Diego County 43rd Annual Volunteer Appreciation Drive Through Celebration

Photos and story by Lucy Wheeler The backbone of Meals on Wheels San Diego County (MOWSDC) is its volunteers and each year North County Service Center celebrates their ...

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San Diego Automotive Museum Capital Campaign Receives Donations of $1,000,000 and $330,000

San Diego CA— Dorothea Laub, resident of Point Loma and philanthropist, has donated $1 million to the San Diego Automotive Museum in memory of her husband, Richard “Dick” Laub. The ...

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1.2 Million Working Families in California Eligible for Tax Credits, But Still Need to Apply

Sacramento CA— With the tax filing deadline just weeks away, there are 1.2 million working families in California who are eligible for tax credits from the State of ...

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ALS Association Greater San Diego Chapter to Host `Virtual’ 2021 ALS Fiesta Fundraiser – May 19

Event is free and open to the public San Diego CA— The ALS Association Greater San Diego Chapter will host its sixth annual ALS Fiesta, presented by Carlsbad-based ...

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Salk: Coronavirus’ Spike Protein Plays Additional Key Role in Illness

Salk researchers and collaborators show how the protein damages cells, confirming COVID-19 as a primarily vascular disease La Jolla CA— Scientists have known for a while that SARS-CoV-2’s ...

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SDCCU Miracle Month of May is Collecting Monetary Donations for Children’s Hospitals in Southern California

SDCCU has partnered with Rady Children’s Hospital San Diego, CHOC in Orange County, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles and Cottage Children’s Medical Center in Santa Barbara San Diego CA— ...

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Subaru of America, Inc. Donates Over 910,000 meals to Feeding San Diego as part of its Subaru Loves to Help Initiative

Donation part of the company’s commitment to providing 100 million meals to Feeding America and its members San Diego CA— Feeding San Diego, a member of Feeding America’s network ...

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Local Restaurants Partner with Promises2Kids for Foodies 4 Foster Kids to Benefit the 3,000 Foster Children in our Community

The event to take place throughout May During National Foster Care Month San Diego CA— Promises2Kids is celebrating its 40th anniversary of providing hope, support and opportunities for San ...

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SDCCU Presents a Teacher Appreciation Event in Partnership with the 2021 San Diego Festival of Science and Engineering

Join us virtually May 6 for a Biz Kid$ Teacher Training San Diego CA— San Diego County Credit Union® (SDCCU®), one of Southern California’s largest locally-owned financial institutions, ...

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Letters to the Editor- Our Lives and Covid-19

In March 2020, the world temporarily closed.  Covid-19 reshaped lives. The pandemic is not our only problem now. We heard the doom-and-gloom stories of coronavirus for months.  Even ...

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