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Santa Cruz'n Christmas
Saturday, Dec 17 2011,
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Santa Cruz Bible Church
440 Frederick Street
Santa Cruz, CA 95062
Join us on December 17 & 18 from 4 - 8pm at Santa Cruz Bible Church for a Santa Cruz'n Christmas! This is a FREE event that is FUN for the whole family. There will be a petting zoo, hay rides, candyland, a 50's diner (at 50's prices), a live Bethlehem village and a Christmas show with local talent, like Singing Wood Marimba, Taylor Rae, and Bay City Luv. We are also collecting food for Second Harvest Holiday Food Drive, so bring a can! For more info go to www.santacruzbible.org
Do you have children in the L A area>FREE basketBALL Camp Info::::
2011 LA Kids Free Winter Basketball Camp
DATE: Dec 20, 2011
TIME: 9:00AM To 2:30PM
The 2011 LA Kids Free Winter Basketball Camp is specifically designed for boys and girls ages 7 - 14. This is an excellent opportunity for boys and girls to learn the fundamentals of basketball. Campers also make new friends and have lots of fun while on winter vacation. The camp is conducted at Van Ness Recreation Center. Everyone will receive quality instruction, uniforms, transportation (from a participating recreation center) and lunch. The basketball camp operates Tuesday - Friday, 9:00 - 2:30 pm, December 20th thru 23rd. The program is completely free, however space is limited. For sign up information, contact one of the recreation centers below.
Host Site: Van Ness Recreation Center
Participating Center: Lincoln Heights Recreation Center
Participating Center: Ramona Gardens Recreation Center
Participating Center: Evergreen Recreation Center
Participating Center: Garcia Recreation Center
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A little about me and why I am wishing for this, because it is a kind of unusual wish, I was a plumber, and construction labor growing up, a tom boy to the bone, I am really small so I've always had people judge my skill and strength without knowing what I can do. My ex husband was no exception, except he was both physically and verbally abusive about it. I finally got out, after 14 years, but its kind of like being paroled coming off becoming a house wife and a shut in into the job market. No one wants to hire you, I spent 6 months actually having issues with job hunting due to panic attacks from being a shut in.
Well in my 3 years since the divorce I worked a few minimum wage jobs, but not many, I fought and fought to work to my goal to better myself, went from mine security due to a lost contract to the more stable mine transport, till they gave me a choice between a my kids and my job, long story the punch line was I lost my job over scheduling appointments for my kids on my days off. I do schedule around work this is no problem. Just can't be totally unreasonable, I do after all have kids to raise.
Fact is I know where I want to be, I have my MSHA both surface and underground, PPE, I don't use drugs, I have a clean criminal record and mostly clean MVR (1 point on my license for 80 in a 75) I can be on the bus at 2 to 3 am, I can handle the shift work, I can and do handle inclimate weather and dirty jobs fine, I can lift and carry heavy loads, I don't mind dirt and or greese, I will do the work, task me on a shovel and I will spend all day busting my tail. I just want a shot. Basically I need to work, I need real work, and I just want a shot. I can be trained to do most anything, and will do it the way you want. How you can help, get me hired by any mine contractor, or mine in reasonable commute distance from Winnemucca and Ill make you proud Ill prove I deserve to be there.
Also need a job to hold me till then :) need an income
Legal Assistance of Western NY Inc. (phone number (315) 781-1465) is a non-profit law firm that has as its goal providing equal access to attorneys for all, whether you can forward one or not. They offer a variety of legal programs for civic (non-criminal) cases. For example, receive legal help to prevent an eviction, deal with housing issues such as landlord/tenant concerns, and other domestic issues.
Three local charities that can provide people with aid include the Catholic Charities of the Finger Lakes ((315)789-2235), the Salvation Army ((585) 394-3531) and the St. Vincent DePaul Society (phone number 585) 394-3980)
St. Vincent DePaul of Canandaigua - This organizations runs several programs for people who need help. Among many of the services they offer are vouchers for prescription medications which can help reduce the price of drugs that people need for their medical conditions. They also operate a food distribution center that provides food and groceries to hundreds of people per year. Also, people can pick up high quality, gently used clothing for work, school, or other needs.