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Nonprofit organizations tell a lot about a community. What does a city care about? You can often tell by the nonprofit groups that they support. It’s obvious that Long Beach cares because there is a strong network of nonprofits serving the local community with the help of committed volunteers.
On Saturday, October 26, 2013, from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m., the Rick Rackers Auxiliary of Assistance League of Long Beach will provide school uniforms for every student at Bret Harte Elementary.
On Sunday, local foodies had the rare opportunity to dine al fresco in an urban garden at The Long Beach Farm Dinner. The event was a fundraiser for The Growing Experience in Carmelitos.
As you may know, SoCal Harvest is an all-volunteer, not-for-profit organization founded in January 2009, in response to the Martin Luther King Jr.
The Downtown Long Beach Lions Club cordially invites the Long Beach community to the Sight First Health Fair on October 5th, 2013 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM at Thomas Edison Elementary School, 625 Maine Ave, Long Beach, CA 90802.
Rising TIDE at Marguerite Kiefer Education Center To Host Annual Scrabble Scramble Tournament Fundraiser
The 5th Annual Scrabble Scramble Tournament is a ‘fantabulous’ evening of quality live entertainment, auctions, friendly competition with prizes and delicious fare!
Springs of Hope Grief-Care is presenting Summer Brunch 2013, an annual fundraising event. Proceeds from this event provide on-going help for individuals and families in need of grief-care services.
Before students can get back to their desks and pick up the traditional three Rs — reading, writing and arithmetic — there’s one end-of-summer hurdle to get out of the way: back-to-school shopping!
The 25th “Silver” Class of the Leadership Long Beach Institute program will be introduced to the community during a welcome reception on Monday, August 26 from 5:30-7 p.m.
The idea behind the single-day event is simple and effective: dine out; fight AIDS. Participating restaurants will donate 20 percent or more of food, beverage, and alcohol sales on Sept.
The Aquarium of the Pacific has organized a citizen science project to monitor a population of green sea turtles living in the San Gabriel River in Long Beach.