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Bulletin Board: Pizza proceeds to benefit Echo Park library group

Mohawk Bend is giving back to Echo Park Non-Profits this Summer! For the month of July the ELFS (Edendale Library Friends Society) will be the featured organization. For every Special “Elfin Pizza” sold, Mohawk Bend will give our Registered, Nonprofit, All Volunteer group a percentage of the profit! Also, we will include 2 Free Book Coupons with any ELFS pizza ... Read More »

Bulletin Board: Apply to join the Boyle Heights Neighborhood Council

Submitted by Sierra Jenkins The Boyle Heights Neighborhood Council has two openings for Community Officer seats on the 19-member council. The purpose of the BHNC is to promote a more vibrant community in the Boyle Heights neighborhood by establishing an open line of communication between the BHNC, the government and other neighborhoods. The process to apply is simple. Fill out ... Read More »

Bulletin Board: Fence builder needed

Submitted by M. Del Valle Can someone recommend a wood fence builder?  Looking for a trustworthy and licensed person/company that has built those horizontal slatted wood fences that the Eastsider reported on a few months and we can now see around the neighborhood.  Thank you! Bulletin Board is a place where Eastsider readers can post announcements.  Submit your Bulletin Board ... Read More »

Bulletin Board: Digital Photography for Teens at City Terrace Library

Learn new techniques and tips to “capture the moment” using your cell phone camera or other digital camera. This is a 4-day workshop at the City Terrace Library that will take place Jun 10 – 14 (Mon.-Thurs.) from 11 am to 12:30 pm and end  with a reception and student exhibit on Saturday (June 15th). Ages 12-18. A camera is ... Read More »

Bulletin Board: Small Business Expo focuses on growth

Submitted by L.A Business Source Local small businesses representing all industry sectors throughout LA County will participate in a Small Business Development Conference and Expo focusing on strategic planning to help grow their businesses. The event will be conducted in English with Spanish translation available. The conference will be held at the USC Health Sciences campus,  1969 Zonal Ave. (behind ... Read More »

L.A. Works and United Way team up to expand corporate and community volunteerism

Submitted by L.A. Works Glassell Park-based L.A. Works, Los Angeles’ premier volunteer center for community and corporate service, and United Way of Greater Los Angeles (UWGLA), announced a partnership to expand and promote corporate volunteerism throughout Los Angeles County. Under the new initiative, L.A. Works will leverage its extensive experience in creating large-scale corporate and community volunteer events to develop ... Read More »

Bulletin Board: Eagle Rock resident to serve on Latina History Day planning committee

Submitted by Sempra Utilities Hispanas Organized for Political Equality (HOPE), a leading nonprofit statewide Latina leadership and advocacy organization, today announced that Denise Campos, a longtime resident of Eagle Rock and Highland Park, will serve on the planning committee for one of the largest Latina conferences in California, the 22nd Latina History Day Conference set for March 8 at the ... Read More »

Bulletin Board: Echo Park-based adoption agency to hold orientation Feb. 16

Submitted by Southern California: Holy Family Service Did you know that Echo Park is home to the oldest, non-denominational adoption agency in Southern California: Holy Family Services, Adoption & Foster. Full service adoption services for birth, adoptive and foster care parents. Next Orientation is Saturday, February 16, 2013. 9am-11am. 840 Echo Park Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90026. www.holyfamilyservices.org Call for information ... Read More »

Bulletin Board: Free Tax-Form Prep at Cal State L.A.

Submitted by Cal State L.A. Beginning on Saturday, Jan. 26, the Cal State L.A. VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) Program will offer free income-tax preparation services to low- to moderate-income individuals ($50,000 or less) who need help preparing and filing tax returns. Language assistance in Spanish, Chinese, Vietnamese, Armenian and Russian will be available. VITA services, offered through the Internal ... Read More »

Bulletin Board: Gymnasium For The Mind classes at Carlin G. Smith Center

Submitted by Gymnasium For the Mind Gymnasium For The Mind’s games and brain-training techniques make it fun to sharpen the mind. Gymnasium For The Mind is conducting free one-hour workshops every Tuesday morning at 10:00 a.m. at the Carlin G. Smith Recreation Center on Mount Washington. Gymnasium For The Mind’s program of games and exercises is designed to stimulate the ... Read More »

Bulletin Board: 2013 Arroyo Seco Workshop seeking applicants

Submitted by Carmela Gomes Scheduled for two Saturdays, February 9 and 23, 2013, The River Runs Through It: Charles Lummis and the Culture of the Arroyo Seco registration is open.  This hands on interactive workshop includes the participation of Wilderness Way Magazine, the Arroyo Seco Foundation, the Audubon Center at Debs Park, the Tongva/Gabrielino and Fernandino Tribes, the Historical Society ... Read More »

Bulletin Board: Free Community Emergency Response Team Training in Silver Lake

Please join us for a Free Community Emergency Response Team (CERT ) Training in Silver Lake WHEN: 7 consecutive Thursdays – Jan 10, 17, 24, 21 and Feb 7, 14, 21 from 6:30 – 9:30pm WHERE: Micheltorena Elementary School, 1511 Micheltorena St, LA, CA PRESENTED BY: The Los Angeles Fire Department SPONSORED BY: The Silver Lake Neighborhood Council and Micheltorena ... Read More »

Bulletin Board: Echo Park Mommy and Me Group forming

Submitted by Tempany D. Echo Park mom looking to form a Mommy and Me Group for new Eastside Moms!  Meet at Fix Coffee one morning or afternoon a week and discuss all things baby.  Email Tempany at  [email protected] for more info and to sign up.  Bulletin Board is a place where Eastsider readers can post announcements, milestones & messages. Send ... Read More »