Book Drive to benefit the Toys for Tots Literacy Program and Boys & Girls Clubs Press Release Dec 16 2012 picture with santa
November 29, 2012 – On Nov. 1, The UPS Store ® Through Dec. 31, The UPS Store will sell donation cards to benefit the Toys for Tots Literacy Program, a year-round initiative of the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation. Every dollar donated helps purchase books for less fortunate children in the local community.
Our high schools are broken. National scores compare poorly to other industrialized nations but beneath that there is an underlying pressure to succeed that is exhausting the students, robbing them of their childhood, and even driving them to commit suicide. This is the narrative and the conclusion of a film and a movement that is sweeping across the country. The documentary by Vicki Abeles is c
Today and tomorrow the St. Mary's Fall Festival is happening at Amerige Park Baseball Field, 300 W Commonwealth at Highland Avenue. The carnival features:
As revolutions break out all around the world citizens of Fullerton take a day to reflect on the revolution that brought us here. This Independence Day comes at a time when we can see the forces that drive people to rebel erupting in many nations where last year we would have thought it impossible. We can see a modern version of our Revolution in Libya and Egypt. But something is missing.
At times like this when some people still feel the effects of the recent recession it’s important to remember there are places that can help. Our middle-of-winter weather, although mild compared to other places, has left many with colds and fevers. The good news is that the St. Jude Neighborhood Health Center can provide preventative health-care for around $10. You have to be able to document a
Fullerton’s New Years celebration, “First Night”, is one of the biggest in the region. The First Night program was started in Boston Common in 1976 by local artists and residents. They were looking for an alternative to the bar-centric drunken revelry and stunt-drinking of traditional NYE celebrations. It seems they have found it. If the Fullertonian version of this Bostonian invention is any me