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Date Event Description Time / Location
6/308/8

jrCEOs B2B Free Summer Camp

jrCEOs is proud to present “jrCEOs B2B (Business 2 Beach) FREE SUMMER CAMP” at the Dockweiler Beach Youth Center Beach House starting July 7, 2014 for 11-17 year olds and ending August 8, 2014. Through the generosity of a sponsor, jrCEOs is able to provide a free, one-week camp session ($400 tuition is covered; parents would still need to pay $75 for incidentals) for to up to 250 kids in the Southland. The summer camp starts July 7th and runs five weeks through August 8, 2014.  Campers will learn from top STEM/Common Core instructors and CEO guest speakers on topics including leadership, “Business 101”, teamwork, financial literacy and more. Each week of camp offers a field trip, two guest speakers, STEM-based projects and an immersive seaside environment at the Dockweiler Youth Center in Vista Del Mar. For more info go to http://jrceos.org/programs/jrceos-business-summer-camp/

INFO Starts July 7th & ends August 8th, M-F (am-4pm, Dockweiler Youth Center (Beach House) 12505, Vista Del Mar, Los Angeles, CA 90245
7/178/5

Orange's Night Out Against Crime

The City of Orange Police Department is hosting "Orange's Night Out Against Crime" on Tuesday, August 5th from 5:30-8pm in Target's parking lot at 2191 N. Tustin Street in the City of Orange.  This is a free family event with police exhibits, K-9 demo, entertainment, photo opportunities, kids fingerprinting, face painting, puppet show, refreshments and free hourly raffle prizes.  For more info go to http://www.cityoforange.org/

INFO Tuesday, 8/5, 5:30-8pm, Target parking lot - 2191 N. Tustin Street in the City of Orange
Power 106 PSA's
If you would like to submit a PSA to the station for possible consideration, please email your PSA request to powerpsa@power106.com. To review the station's PSA requirements please click here
IMSK Youth Council
I'm my Sisters Keeper Youth Council will provide a safe place for abused, neglected and at-risk young ladies between the ages of 12-18 years old. They will provide basic living needs in a nurturing residential living environment where they can learn to trust an adult and be treated with the dignity and respect they deserve. Funds and donations received are used to provide shelter, food, clothing. Medical care, educational needs, counseling, life & social skills training, and recreational activities. Contact www.imsk4.com for more info or on how you can help support a great cause.
Federal Student Aid
Need money for college? Each year, the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Federal Student Aid provides more than 150 billion dollars in grants, loans, and work-study funds, maker higher education possible for anyone. Learn more at www.studentaid.gov.
Passage to Manhood
There are few things in life that let you know when you're becoming a man. Like getting a driver's license, filling out college applications, and registering with Selective Service. Registration is the law, and it's easy if you go online at www.sss.gov. Plus, you stay eligible for college, loans, government jobs, and job training. And you can't renew your driver's license in most states if you haven't registered. So, be a man, register with Selective Service on your 18th birthday at www.sss.gov
Paralyzed Veterans of America
Over 300,000 veterans have received the care and benefits they've earned because Paralyzed Veterans of America was there. If you need help with a claim or just navigating the system contact us at www.pva.org
Gum Disease Awareness
Bleeding when you brush is not normal. 85% of adults have gum disease. Symptoms can be so mild that you might not even know you have it. If left untreated gum disease has been linked to stroke, heart disease, certain cancers, even stillbirth. Consequences are serious. But gum disease is treatable in every patient. February is Gum Disease Awareness Month. Learn about risk factors and treatment options at www.fightgumdisease.com.
Worried About How Much Someone Else Drinks
Do you worry about how much someone else drinks? Do you ever ride in a car with a driver who has been drinking? Al-Anon Family Groups are for relatives and friends affected by someone else's drinking. Are you troubled by someone else's drinking? You might be surprised at what you can learn in an Al-Anon Family Group, from people just like you. For more information, go to www.alanonla.org or call 888-4AL-ANON to find an Al-Anon meeting near you.


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