Monthly Archives: October 2011

Emerge California program for women

Emerge California is a political candidate training program for Democratic women who want to run for office. The Emerge California program consists of intensive training sessions spanning a seven-month period with more than 70 hours of programming. The core curriculum covers … Continue reading

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SF Flex Open House

If you’re looking for a high school to enroll you child in, check out The San Francisco Flex Academy (SF Flex)—a public, tuition-free charter school. They are having an exclusive Open House at SF Flex scheduled for Wednesday, November 16th, 2011 at … Continue reading

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Young Women’s Circle

The Native American Health Center (NAHC) is now starting a young women’s circle. Native American women ages 12 to 21 can come together to talk about their individual and collective experiences, and struggles. They will meet at the NAHC youth services program every Thursday … Continue reading

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Fall Festival for Families

Come out to an exciting fall festival on October 29th from 12-4 PM at 1050 South Van Ness Avenue Brought to you by Mission Kids Co-Op Bring the whole family and enjoy: Jumpy House Pumpkin Patch Bicycle Powered Carousel and Hayride … Continue reading

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Volunteer with MEDA

MEDA (Mission Economic Development Agency)  is looking for volunteers to help with the upcoming 2011-2012 tax season. They’re looking for people to help individuals with preparing taxes, filling out FAFSA (financial aid) forms for families with college bound students, as well as greeters … Continue reading

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SF Friends School Luncheon

  San Francisco Friends School is a K-8 independent school serving more than 400 students in the Mission neighborhood of San Francisco. The new school year has started and SF Friends wants to reconnect with their fellow community leaders and organizations. They … Continue reading

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Grants aimed to aid Organizations

The San Francisco Foundation is now accepting applications for five grants: Education (due November 7th) Arts and Culture (due November 7th) Community Development (due by November 14th) Community Health (due by November 14th) Environment (due November 14th). To be eligible, your organization must: … Continue reading

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Bridging communication with students and parents

Last week, the Columbia Boys and Girls Club held a student parent workshop. The goal of the workshop was for parents to understand what their children are facing as they grow up and how to communicate with them. Although the workshop … Continue reading

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Mission Sunday Streets

Sunday Streets is coming to the Mission on October 23rd from 11am to 4pm. It will start at Duboce and Valencia and end at 24th St and Hampshire. Street Activities include: · Swing Dance lessons (Valencia/14th) · Freedom from Training … Continue reading

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24th St BART Plaza Redesign meeting

BART recently completed updated drawings for the 24th Street Mission SW BART Plaza which represent a 35% design. They want to share these drawings with community partners and individuals who have expressed interest in being part of the development. The goal of the meeting is … Continue reading

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