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The  Boulder  Creek  Business  Association  plans  to  hold  a  mixer  (and  elections)  this  tomorrow  (Wednesday).     The  6-7:30  event  is  scheduled  to  be  held  at  2  local  art  galleries…..Lille  Aeske  and  Viscosity  Glass Studio….on  Highway 9.

12  Santa Cruz  students  are  working  to  fight  hunger  in  their  community.    The  Tierra  Pacifica  Charter  School  students  set  a  goal  of  raising  300  dollars  for  Second  Harvest  Food  Bank.     So  far,  they  have  held  bake  sales  and  raffles….and  raised  524  dollars,  and  they’ve  filled  a  barrel ( and  a  wheel  barrow)  with  donated  foods.

3  men  were  rescued  after  their  16-foot  fishing  boat  lost  power,  and capsized,  over  the weekend.     The  incident  took  place  off  the  San  Mateo  coast  near  half  moon  bay  on  Saturday.     The  3  East Bay  men  had  been  fishing  for  Rock  Fish.

(10:25) Santa Cruz - A public Meeting will be held tomorrow (Tuesday) to discuss social change and the safety of community members.  Santa Cruz for Bernie is inviting the community to come speak out about their ideas and concerns.  The meeting will be held at 6:30 p-m at the Louden Nelson Community Center, 301 Center Street.  To RSVP or for more information call 831-612-2414 or visit This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  

 

 

(10:00) Santa Cruz -Community members gathered at the clock tower in Santa Cruz to honor the lives of two men who were shot and killed in two different officer-involved shootings.  On Saturday attendees spoke kind works about 32 year-old Sean Arlt and 15 year-old Luke Smith.    Community members also expressed concerns about police tactics and asked for answers and more information.  The group will be protesting at the Santa Cruz clock Tower every Saturday at 1:30 p.m. until they feel justice is served.  

 

 

(09:30) Santa Cruz - The SPCA will be offering a winter themed camp for children ages 9 through 12 the week of Christmas. All five days will have a different theme.  Some of the classes that will be offered are Holiday pet safety and holiday crafts and animal Training and Communication.   The classes will be held at the Capitola Mall Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.  For a list of all the classes being offered visit SPCASC.org

 

(08:55) Salinas - Salinas swore in the first female police chief on Friday.  Chief Adele Frese is the 22nd Chief of police of Salinas.  The City Of Salinas has had 40 homicides in the last year.  In an effort to decrease the crime, one of Frese’s top goals is to fill the 40 open positions in the department.    

(07:50) Monterey - The Salvation Army has reported that they are experiencing a decrease in donations.  The Salvation Army Monterey Peninsula Corps reported that donations are down 5-thousand dollars from this time last year.  The organization raised $83,000 dollars last year and this year the goal is to raise $100,000.   The Red Kettle Campaign is the Salvation Army's biggest fundraiser of the year.   The money raised will be used for housing services, homeless services, domestic violence services, meals for those in need, and child care. 

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