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ASU Trip

Melanie Cvijanovic
SNHS
Dec 15, 2014

I went on the most recent field trips to ASU where the group got to meet a couple of very interesting scientists.   104 more words

Community Outreach

3/31 Event Recap: One year anniversary of healthy changes at Salva Market (Boyle Heights)

Salva Market (2108 E. 1st Street) and neighbors bringing fresh produce, snacks and healthy marketing to their community

On Cesar Chavez Day, Salva Market and community members celebrated one year of healthy changes at a corner store in Boyle Heights called Salva Market Place (2108 E. 274 more words

Community Outreach

E-Cycling Success

Earth Day is a day for everyone to celebrate Mother Nature and help our environment any way they can. Here at Charm City Concierge, we are always looking for new ways to get involved in our community, and Earth Day was the perfect time for a new, collaborative drive for all of our properties! 163 more words

Concierge Favorites

Chimney Swifts – An Avian Species at Risk Found in Halton: Volunteer for Halton SwiftWatch!

Written by: Emily Dobson, Halton Regional SwiftWatch Coordinator

Living in Halton, an incredible phenomenon happens at night in the spring; you just have to know where to look. 771 more words

Nature's Spaces

Atlanta Jazz Festival Announces Winners of Bank of America Youth Jazz Band Competition

The Bank of America Youth Jazz Band Competition took place on March 21 at the Georgia State University School of Music in Kopleff Hall. Competition was open to Georgia Department of Education accredited High Schools in all 28 metro Atlanta counties.  796 more words

Arts & Entertainment

From Galaxies to Bacteria

Jason Ortega
Community Science Project
2nd Semester

The trip we recently took to ASU was informative and fun. While there we learned things about objects in space, and the things ASU offers to the world in terms of research. 139 more words

Community Outreach

Denver’s Table Food Rescue at Food Bank of the Rockies

 Food Bank of the Rockies works throughout Colorado’s Front Range to end hunger, especially among children and elderly individuals. The organization maintains a number of programs, including Denver’s Table Food Rescue, which collects more than 5 million pounds of surplus food each year. 136 more words

Scott Gelbard