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Capitola Advisory Committees Appointments

Capitola Advisory Committees Appointments

Applications Being Accepted Now • Deadline: Monday, November 27, 2017 ••• Capitola Finance Advisory Committee Applications For Appointment Four (4) seats on the Capitola Finance Advisory Committee will expire in December 2017. Current committee members may summit a letter of interest in continuing to serve and others wishing to apply for appointment may do so at […]

Cabrillo Lions Make a Difference

Cabrillo Lions Make a Difference

The Cabrillo Lions Club was established in 1961 and one of its current members, Dave Chamberlain, former Dentist was one of its charter members as well as Tom Schmida, former Pediatrician. Lions Clubs International has currently over 1.4 million members worldwide and celebrated 100 years of community service during 2017. The Cabrillo Lions club has […]

Capitola Offering 120 Free Trees to Residents

Capitola Offering 120 Free Trees to Residents

The City of Capitola is providing two free trees to residents through Energy-Saving Trees, an Arbor Day Foundation program that helps conserve energy and reduce energy bills through strategic tree planting. Capitola residents can reserve their free trees at www.arborday.org/capitola. An online tool helps customers estimate the annual energy savings that will result from planting […]

23rd Annual Fireworks Extravaganza

23rd Annual Fireworks Extravaganza

Presented by The Monte Foundation • Sunday, October 8, 8 p.m. • Capitola Wharf, Capitola For the fourth year in Capitola, the Monte Foundation under the Directorship of Marc Monte resumes its Fireworks Extravaganza on Sunday, October 8. According to Monte, the proceeds from this free, community event will be used towards furnishing and equipping […]

Celebrating 145 Years at Live Oak School

Celebrating 145 Years at Live Oak School

By Stacey Kyle Live Oak Elementary School, founded in 1872, recently celebrated a monumental occasion. During the school’s $1.1 million revitalization over the summer, the historic 145-year old bell was moved to the front entrance of the school. Funds for the project were the result of refinancing a facilities loan. A re-dedication of the bell […]

Bay Federal Credit Union: A Top Financial Institution for Young Adults

Bay Federal Credit Union: A Top Financial Institution for Young Adults

Bay Federal Credit Union was selected as one of the top 10 — “Best Banks and Credit Unions for Young Adults” — by GOBankingRates on September 4. GOBankingRates chose Bay Federal based on criteria that included products, fees, account minimum requirements, and access to personal finance education and tools. Bay Federal offers savings and checking […]

“Imagine a Day Without Water” Poster Contest

“Imagine a Day Without Water” Poster Contest

Sponsored by Santa Cruz County Water & Environmental Agencies As part of a national campaign to help raise awareness about the critical importance of water to our everyday lives, water and environmental agencies in Santa Cruz County are sponsoring an “Imagine a Day Without Water” poster contest for local residents. This contest is open to […]

Cal Fire’s San Mateo-Santa Cruz Unit Battalion Chief Retiring

Cal Fire’s San Mateo-Santa Cruz Unit Battalion Chief Retiring

This year marks the 32nd year in the firefighting career for Battalion Chief Greg Estrada and the beginning of his retirement. Chief Estrada began his career as a volunteer with the Salsipuedes Fire Protection District and moved on to join the ranks of CAL FIRE in 1985. Chief Estrada is currently serving as the Battalion Chief for […]

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