Bakersfield Californian in Bakersfield, California
31 Aug 2015

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31 Aug 2015

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Bakersfield Californian (Newspaper) - August 31, 2015, Bakersfield, CaliforniaMonday August 31, 2015 the Bakersfield californian viewpoints of christens new education facility Olivia Garcia the new Home of Bakersfield a mexican american Opportunity Itin Dation at 2130 Chester ave. #200 is much reason to celebrate for its administrator Magda Menendez who has made a career of helping others. A a he prot Hgt of hangs inside the Walls of the new facility. Menendez proud to Points to he collection of Frame Al pictures of l x Al residents who have Gruic Shrouf Maolo for vocational training educational courses work and More for greater Oigt Fyk it utities in the workplace. On in riday Menendez welcomed the Public Community leaders mail staff and students to a Ribby it a cutting ceremony of the new nonprofits new h a me which has Nutre than St Juare feet Atid offers five Das sox is for its programs and services. Astle from offering classes such As books to ing payroll accounting clerical and a i d preparation the mail skill enter also offers work Ejk Rienche programs where participants Are placed with employers to gain valuable on Llie Job training. In addition Mac a Nins four child care centers in Kern county. In Host who qualify for mail Sci re ices must meet certain income guidelines no matter their race or ethnicity. A we have Iteen providing our services in Kern Runty since 1978,�?� said Menendez a we have help Tel thousands upon thousands of Kern county residents improve their Quality of and the new facility will allow them to keep doing that said Martin a Astro presi Dent who of Maui which is headquartered in los Angeles Bakersfield is one of Many locations offered the state. A Astro is actually from Bakersfield anti was in town on in riday to celebrate the opening noting Quot my rot its will always 1m? other Stull tits were pleased with the new facility which has it it re to offer than the previous it Alion. However Mao student Lacobs a Park said the organization is More than just a facility or Sci vice. Quot it has a life of its own a a Lark sail. Quot its exciting and Gratifying to walk in livery Day and work among we conting friends anti who Are really to help me get an Chlu cation. I was Able to built tin skills that would help me in my future career and create Steppings Totic a for my path to Success. In the end i know nothing in life is easy anti sometimes those Stout s can in slip fiery but 1 know i have Mao to sup Kirt student Bulando Linares who is currently Ertil thl in the i xxi keeping and accounting course agr Cetl. Quot found Mao at a time in my life when i was ready for a career a a it a exciting and Gratifying to walk in every Day and work among welcoming friends and instructors who Are ready to help me get an a Lacob Clark student mexican a liner can Opportunity foundation change Al Inars sail. Quot Wilile the strength to of this wont Errol organi Attim is in its life changing Vuk Atit Mal a Mirse. Its heart is in them top a who Nin it and it sit Denis it in pares for the future. A never Hall i seen so Many Friendly and helpful shh Isle tto be her in one place Iosi rectors who Are knowl Ike Gable and obviously love what they Tatj Aud amt Iii students then is a sense Tif a Al est Robt Fly Gutti Gigout of their Way to help each other the Ethiree Quot pow Mia the puh Tir is invited it a Treiul the h w Mia Hemet Hnot e a Rte Gram 5. Sept. F2, at the a Ftp of a a so 7,�3.s0 s. 1 Ini trn ave. I he event is the Signet Iti Honor prisoners of War and Rene Max r those missing in action. Those who Are scheduled to it Partick ale in the event include in Detrah Lohn son press Dent a of a of the a Alifornia veterans assistance four elation veterans and non. A a Here will ire a sleep Pil hard tue and music Folly Wing the program. Tote Cost is $12. I he event is s kit not and by Bah Obank. For More information please Call 496-4672. Pet fair 111 lovers Mark your calendars it it a the r turn of the Kem county let Lair Iti he held k t. 24, from it. It�4 p.m., at the county Fairgrounds 1142 s. P St. I he event is few. The 1\1 fair was creat etl to help animals from the it Unity try promoting met ownership and differing a venue Whert shelters can final to inc a for animals in need of a family said Kathryn a ears who is assisting with Pii lie relations of the event. Mears added that Hople t an bring their mls to the event As there will lie a number of contests. I hey include Itzik alike and p trick contests Anil More. She encourage to residents to keep trat k of Pula Tes Liy visiting the Stu add d that the p t fairs theme i it Quot i i believe Herot s Cootie in All size i Ieiri i or Wils a f Dili Virnum a Mui editor of tickers Fielli i Cuciti have so a Ftp i her rips at of to. Her work up tears Here every third to Triay the views ii Are her observed a blog about life Media politics amp people Richard been shelters there is not a Community anywhere that is not dealing with the problem of stray cats and dogs but some areas Are nerdier than others. A insider this a Friend who lives in Pasadena told the the re is a Long a waiting list Quot just to Volunteer at the l k Al shelter and she Shart a that the san Diego shelters Are so Well Frindt d dogs have individual cages in a in Dutiful Well Frindt d facility Lix Alty meanwhile we St niggle Ket Ping up with the surge of strays so often Duni a d on our Start ets. Which reminds me the annual Hla Siket drive for the Kern county animal a Octroi is coming up in Oclo liter. Hemet Lmarr to save your old sheets and blankets for thes ii Iedy animals. In he Blanket drive will by held at by Tro on a of third Hoad on oct. theater hats off to the Fox theater foundation Wimch Luule the right move by announcing that Bob Bender will manage the historic landmark. Bender is Well known for his work and contacts in the ret ording Industry and you can Liet he will breathe new life into grand old Dame of downtown. I Ihire Ben d a the daily management was handle d Liy. Hick i Javis Pitisi president of the foundation said he would like to s a conc Crl Eadi in a at the ire you ready for this in one Bakersfield thieves stole the mmi1 Swetkis from three houses on the same Street. Seriously. More crime and for the second and time in a week a Homeowner downtown has awakened to find someone turned on their outside faucets and flooded the alleys behind their Homes. Bad form anytime but particularly during a spotted on twi her lust finished leftover Fried Chick i and a hostess Cupcake by breakfast is the most Ini Mirant meal of the Jim Luff owner of the limousine scene shared this Story at out our Hometown a owl ii travelling Down to Sedale Hig Liway i Malclm in my rear View Mirror As a tax a began to merge into a car in the next Lane. Quot Hie Driver honked and the truck Relur uhf to his Lane As we Stop Oil at a Liglin. Rhe truck Driver rolled his window Down to yell out an a ology. The Driver of the car gave him an a Dkl sign. In Dis Angeles a different Pitiger sign would have Lieen display Chi lust thou it i would share Agio the r great thing Almut living in retail and speaking of the right a mares kudos to idl the local retailers across town action sports Sei Puiia Sandwich and the padre hotel come to mind that pc nude part Tifnie jobs to so Many of our High school kids and Young adults. Tracy Walker Kiser is another business owner who happily provides opt Kiriti Niiles for Young Hui pc and. I Haw watched a Parade of them Pavs though 11. Walkers a lolling Over tie year and it even More heartening to watch them a return t i him k. Street store to Rito Imi i once thu y have moved on to College or full time jobs i Aud la by Lur to i Are two of the current employees who join a Long Lime of Success fill Youngm Ople at ii. Walkers. A Musil ski mid Beene pres Kurt arum i to. At. Ill a Kim apr stirs hereon Morula is Wal fun is kids arum i Ruikys tip Vieu its a Jpn Szivi Are in m m. Etui or Orreon in Haig at hikers Fieke. Thought to you by 661-301-Iviary a my Culbre lie a Bussol i

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