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SDCCU Stuff the Bus is collecting school supplies for the more than 22,000 homeless students in San Diego County
By (press release) ׀ July 3, 2018
Students face many hardships - school supplies should not be one of them.  That's why San Diego County Credit Union has partnered with the San Diego County Office of Education and iHeartMedia radio stations in support of Live Well San Diego to collect school supplies for students. Read more

Gore schedules workshop on resilience and recovery, July 10
By Stuart Tiffen, The Windsor Times ׀ July 3, 2018
James Gore, Fourth District Supervisor, visits disaster areas in Southern California and schedules resiliency workshop in response. Read more

Oasis Charter Public School allowed to leave its doors open for a year
By Juan Reyes, Monterey County Herald ׀ July 3, 2018
The Alisal Union School District and Oasis Charter Public School came to an agreement that will allow the school to have its charter status renewed for the 2018-19 school year. Read more

$1 million from state will help Stanislaus County train people for well-paying jobs
By Ken Carlson, Modesto Bee ׀ July 3, 2018
The VOLT Institute in Modesto has received a jolt from the state budget in the form of $1 million in funding. Read more

Next generation of leaders at forefront of housing battle
By Rollie Atkinson, The Windsor Times ׀ July 3, 2018
It's a very limited option, but one way to help solve Sonoma County's worsening housing crisis is to get elected to public office. Read more 

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