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carole mason April 12, 2014 at 11:04 am
want to end human trafficking close our borders and monitor the ports and vote for Tim DonnellyRead More for governor of California and let's get some things done. www.electtimdonnelly .com
Art Brown April 12, 2014 at 10:10 pm
Art Brown I agree with carole mason. Illegal immigrants are easy prey for those who want to use andRead More abuse and control others. Enforce our immigration laws and cut off a source of potential victims.
BRITE scholarship recipients and family at a recent Welcome Night Dinner at Spanishtown in Half Moon Bay.
Dee January 2, 2014 at 12:28 pm
Love this. didn't know about this organization at all. Great news to start off a new year. WillRead More consider them next time I'm looking to donate to a local good cause. Can we mail checks or is just off the webstie?
Christa Bigue January 2, 2014 at 12:39 pm
Hi Dee, BRITE accepts donations via: * PayPal (button on their website, and use any credit card) *Read More San Mateo County Community College Foundation website: http://www.smcccfoundation.org, Please choose 'other' in the program drop down and then type in BRITE Scholarship Program in Comments * Mail: check made out to to San Mateo community College Foundation - EIN: 94-6133905 @ 3401 CSM Dr, San Mateo, Ca 94402 with BRITE SCHOLARSHIP in the description line. If you donate funds directly to the Foundation, PLEASE ensure you identify BRITE Scholarship Program as the recipient and email: annette@britescholarship.com so that they can ensure your donation is allocated to their program.
Annette Merriman March 25, 2014 at 04:45 pm
Hello Dee, we are also looking for Volunteers. We have many very flexible opportunities for anyoneRead More on the Coastside that can spare an hour to a few hours a month. Please contact us at: annette@britescholarship.com if you or anyone you know would be interested in volunteering.
29th Annual California Coastal Cleanup Day is Saturday in Half Moon Bay.
Céline Maublanc Gerakin February 5, 2014 at 05:18 pm
Hello! I am interested in being a volunteer! I live in Pillar Point harbor and every weekends I walkRead More on the beach and paddle board in the harbor to pick up the trash. I would love to do that with a group of people who share the same interest. I love cleaning up the coast, but with other people, I am sure it is more fun! This is what I have been doing so far :-) http://livingaboard470.wordpress.com/category/protecting-hmb/
Pearl September 2, 2012 at 10:09 am
When I bring my son to watch the sheep he never wants to leave. It's great for the kids to watch.Read More On a different note, it seems that they should be grazing earlier in the year because the invasive prickly ox tounge has already gone to seed and I see the sheep knocking the fluffy seeds loose to spread across the land. I've been trying to think of a way to get gid of the non-native stickers for a while and I think this is a great way, if it's done a bit earlier. The sheep just love them!
Paul Mulard August 21, 2012 at 02:20 am
Good afternoon We have the same problem in Australia and as a result we have established a methodRead More to eradicate this species by harvesting and hydrolysing this species whereby value adding the end product that enables the required funding. For further information please Google the writer and read (From Pest To fertilizer) I would be happy to assist and advise on our latest R&D on this species as a feed source to renewable energy. Kind regards Paul Mulard
Christa Bigue August 21, 2012 at 01:39 pm
Volunteers are needed in Pillar Point Harbor to help remove undaria, an invasive seaweed. KayakersRead More and paddle boarders, in particular, are asked to help by accessing areas where it's hard to get to from the dock. For those interested in joining the effort to remove this invasive kelp from the harbor, call (415)-435-7128 or e-mail zabinc@si.edu.
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