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October 2010 Northwest San Francisco Community Calendar

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      Northwest San Francisco Community Calendar

      September 2010


      Sponsored by the Richmond District YMCA


      You can view and download the NWSF Community Calendar anytime at:

       http://www.ymcasf.org/richmondwho_we_arecommunity_calendar



      September 2010 Events


      Supervisor Mar's Monthly Coffee Hour

      WHEN: Thursday, October 21, 6pm - 7pm

      WHERE: Javaholics, 449 Balboa between 5th and 6th

      DETAILS: Supervisor Mar has office hours in the District every 3rd Thursday of the month.  Come share your concerns about the neighborhood and how we can work together to make the Richmond District a more livable neighborhood.  For information, email marstaff@... or call 415-554-7410


      Public Parking for the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival

      WHEN: Saturday and Sunday, October 2/3, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

      WHERE: Lafayette Elementary School, 36th Avenue between Anza and Balboa, $25 tax deductible donation

      DETAILS: Visitors to the festival will have close and easy parking, while a local public school can earn money to help cover budget cuts.  Please see flyer at the following link: http://lafayettedolphins.net/pdfs/parking_flyer.pdf


      Read for the Record

      WHEN: Thursday, October 7 9-10:30

      WHERE: Richmond District YMCA 360 18th Avenue San Francisco (between Geary and Clement St.)

      DETAILS: Join Jumpstart’s and the YMCA to increase awareness for Early Literacy by reading “A Snowy Day” by Ezra Jack Keats and participate in activities based on the book.  The first 30 participants will receive a free book.


      Hocus Pocus - The Richmond District YMCA’s Annual Halloween Event

      WHEN: Friday, October 22nd from 5:30pm-8:00pm

      WHERE: Richmond District YMCA 360 18th Avenue San Francisco (between Geary and Clement St.)

      DETAILS: Celebrate Halloween with Arts and Crafts, Runaway Costume Show, Smores, Pumpkin Carving, Dancing, and Goody Bags for ALL! Admission: $10 per family/group of 4. $2 for each additional person. Children under 5 are free. Admission includes all activities, food, and 1 pumpkin per family. $2 tickets available for additional people, pumpkins and food at the door. Tickets will go on sale at the YMCA Front Desk on October 1st. For more information contact Raquel Espana, Youth & Family Director at 415.666.9605 or respana@.... All Proceeds from this event benefits Youth & Community programs of the Richmond District YMCA.


      Volunteer for The Richmond District YMCA at the Nike Women's Marathon

      WHEN: Sunday, October 17th from 5:15am to 12:00pm

      WHERE: At the intercection of Lincoln and Washington in the Presidio (Meet at the Y at 5:00am for a ride!)

      DETAILS: Come help the RDYMCA run an aid station at the annual Nike Women's Marathon.  This fun event helps support our Annual Giving Campaign and the runners (many of them new to marathons).  While early in the morning, this event is a lot of fun and a great community builder.  To volunteer, come fill out a waiver at the Richmond District YMCA at 360 18th Ave, or contact Josh Leonard at jleonard@....  This event is a great way to sattisfy volunteer hour requirements.


      RECESS - A School Uniform Themed Electronic Dance Music Party

      WHEN: Friday, October, 15, 2010 from 8:00pm to 1:00am

      WHERE: Russian Center 2460 Sutter Street (between Divisadero & Broderick) San Francisco, CA 94115 

      DETAILS: $5 all night - Girls FREE before 10pm with themed attire, $3 college students with Valid ID, Russian Center members FREE - www.russiancentersf.com, tel.415-921-7631 (Mondays or Wedsnesdays, 10am to 2pm ONLY)


      Holy Virgin Cathedral's "Taste of Russia Festival"

      WHEN:  Sunday, October 3, 2010,  11a.m. to 6 p.m.

      WHERE:  Holy Virgin Cathedral - 6210 Geary Boulevard, SF

      DETAILS:  This festival will showcase the Holy Virgin Cathedral and Russian Culture and food.  Hourly traditional Russia entertainment featuring,  song, dance and Cathedral Choir performances also Cathedral tours and an Icon painting demonstration. Homemade traditional Russian food, including Prioshki,  Pelmeni,  Beef Stroganoff, Golubtsi and an endless assortment of Russian desserts. Arts & crafts and unique gifts for sale;  Admission $5; $5 parking at the Presidio Jr. High School yard.  29th & Geary. www.sfsobor.com   For information call (415)668-5218


      Star of the Sea School - Touch-a-Truck and Fall Festival

      WHEN: Saturday, Oct 9 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

      WHERE: Star of the Sea School - 345 8th Ave. SF. between Geary and Clement

      DETAILS: Star of the Sea’s 4th Annual Touch-a-Truck event, where kids are invited to climb upon, explore and learn about their favorite vehicles, including fire trucks, police cars, construction vehicles and more. Trucks will be at the festival from 10-2pm. There will also be live entertainment, bounce houses, Tree Frog Treks, Magic Dan (Magician), Arts and Crafts, BINGO, Children’s games and prizes, dunk tank, delicious food and much more. Festival Admission is Free. Touch-a-Truck $10. Phone: (415) 221-8558. Fun for the whole family!


      Muriel Leff Mini Park Community Meeting

      WHEN: October 20, 2010, 06:00 PM-8:00 PM

      WHERE: Richmond Police Station Community Room, 461 6th Ave.

      DETAILS: Come share your park improvement ideas and learn how to join with other park users to create a Friends of Muriel Leff Mini Park group. For more information call NPC at 415 621-3260.


      Environmental Review of Institutional Master Plan, SF VA Medical Center

      WHEN:  Tuesday, October 26, 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 pm

      WHERE:  VAMC Auditorium, 4150 Clement Street (at 42nd Avenue)

      DETAILS:  This purpose of this meeting is to identify public concerns that should be addressed in the Environmental Impact Statement on the VAMC Institutional Master Plan and its effects on the Outer Richmond.  For more information, contact the VA Public Affairs officer at 415-750-2250.


      Presentation by Institute on Aging: Spirituality and Trauma

      WHEN: Thursday, October 7 2010, 3:00 - 4:30PM

      WHERE: Ruth Ann Rosenberg Adult Day Health Center, 3600 Geary Blvd in SF

      DETAILS:  Training for professionals who work in the field of aging. $5 fee, 1.5 CEU's available for BRN's and BBS's.  Visit our website at www.ioaging.org/education


      Lincoln-Washington Bell Game After-Party

      WHEN: Friday, Oct 1, 2010, 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

      WHERE: Janet Pomeroy Center (behind SF Zoo), San Francisco

      DETAILS: The sixth annual Bell Game Party brings rivals together as friends, this year in a larger venue! Over 200 have already purchased tickets, come join the party! $35 cash only at the door includes food & beverages.


      Western Neighborhoods Project - BBQ & Picnic

      WHEN: Sunday, Oct 3, 2010, 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

      WHERE: Pine Lake Park (just west of Sigmund Stern Grove), San Francisco

      DETAILS: West-side (Richmond, Sunset, Parkside, etc.) natives, residents, and history buffs welcome to the first WNP Picnic and BBQ at a nice recently fixed up site. WNP will provide grills, paper goods and utensils; bring your burgers, side dishes and beverages! http://www.outsidelands.org/oct2010-picnic.php


      Washington High Classes of 1965 & 1966 45-year Reunion

      WHEN: Saturday, Oct 9, 2010, 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

      WHERE: Crowne Plaza Hotel, Foster City

      DETAILS: All alumni who graduated in January 1965, June 1965, January 1966, or June 1966 are welcomed to our reunion. Entertainment and dancing following the luncheon service! Final countdown - if you have not purchased a ticket, contact Reunion Chair Penny Birdman IMMEDIATELY at 650-992-8016 or hrhpenny@...


      Jimmy's Old Car Picnic

      WHEN: Saturday, Oct 16, 2010, 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

      WHERE: Speedway Meadow, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco

      DETAILS: Jimmy's Annual Old Car Picnic is the largest and longest-running show of its kind in SF and includes cars, trucks, and motorcycles of all types. A true native San Franciscan event - bring your family, camera, picnic lunch or BBQ! http://www.jimmyspicnic.com/


      Washington High Class of Fall 1952 75th Birthday Luncheon

      WHEN: Saturday, Oct 9, 2010, 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

      WHERE: Terrace Room, Cliff House, San Francisco

      DETAILS: Alumni of the GWHS Class of Fall 1952 are welcome to celebrate our 75th birthday year together. Contact June Uyeda Sugihara at 415-584-9193 or junekosugi@...


      Washington High Classes of 1960 50-year Reunion

      WHEN: Saturday, Oct 30, 2010, 6:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.

      WHERE: United Irish Cultural Center, 45th & Sloat, San Francisco

      DETAILS: Alumni of the Classes of Spring 1960 and Fall 1960 are welcomed to our Golden 50-year reunion. Entertainment and dancing following the dinner service! http://www.greatreunions.com/reunions/school/home/index.cfm?Reunion=6014

       


      September 2010 Calendar Items Submitted to The Richmond Review (Unformatted)


      “Night Vision” Art Exhibit

      A Woman’s Eye Gallery presents the art of Jo-Ann Ordano, a noted photographer and teacher, who has created a special technique for creating close-ups, 678 Portola Dr., opens Sept. 4 and runs to Sept. 26, Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday, noon – 5 p.m. and by appointment. For more information, call (415) 826-3451. 


      Chamber Choir Concert

      Istochnik, from Orange County, will perform “The Celebration of the Nativity” with acappella works by A. Archangelskij, P. Chesnokov and others, Holy Virgin Russian Orthodox Cathedral, 6210 Geary Blvd., Sunday, Sept. 5, 7 p.m., free (donations accepted). For more information, call (949) 830-5480.


      Labor Day Concert

      The Golden Gate Park Band will present a special concert in honor of Labor Day with American patriotic songs, Golden Gate Park, Music Concourse, Monday, Sept. 6, 1 p.m., free. For more information, call (510) 530-0814 or go to the website at www.goldengateparkband.org.


      Recycled Water Project

      The SF Public Utilities Commission is hosting an open house to discuss options for using recycled water for various projects, including watering golf courses, Golden Gate Park Senior Center, 37th Avenue and Fulton Street, Tuesday, Sept. 7, 6:30 p.m., free. For more information, call (415) 554-3204 or go to the website at www.sfwater.org.


      “What Pete Ate From A – Z

      Children aged 5 – 9 are invited to hear about the lovable pooch Pete and discover what he eats, then create Kalmanesque art imagining what he would eat in a museum, Sunset Branch Library, 1305 18th Ave., Thursday, Sept. 9, 10:30 a.m., free. For more information or reservations, call (415) 355-2818.


      Button Making for Teens

      The creation of wearable buttons will be the topic of a workshop, Senator Milton Marks/Richmond Branch Library, 351 Ninth Ave., Thursday, Sept. 9, 3:30 – 5 p.m., free. For more information or to register, call (415) 355-5610.


      Ceramics Exhibition and Fair

      The Ceramics Annual of America is a new exhibition and fair spotlighting the quality and diversity of contemporary ceramics in the Americas, Fort Mason Center, Marina Boulevard and Buchannan Street, Friday, Sept. 10 through Sunday, Sept. 12. For more information, go to the website at www.ceramicsannual.org or send an e-mail to ceramicsannual@...


      Cancer Survivorship Conference

      Join cancer survivors and cancer caregivers to explore an educational event entitled "The Roadmap to Survivorship,” California Pacific Medical Center, Saturday, Sept. 11, 8:30 a.m. – 2:45 p.m., free. For more information and exact location of event, call (415) 600-3081 or send an e-mail to patientnavigation@...


      Social Security Seminar

      A seminar on how to maximize Social Security retirement benefits will be held at the Senator Milton Marks/Richmond Branch Library, 351 Ninth Ave., Wednesday, Sept. 15, 6 – 7:30 p.m., free. For more information or to RSVP, call Jocelyn at (415) 955-3717 or send an e-mail to Jocelyn_reitzelsullivan@....


      Butterfly Recovery Plan

      Liam O’Brien, a lepidopterist working to preserve the endangered Blue Mission Butterfly on Twin Peaks and the Green Hairstreak Butterfly at Golden Gate Heights, will talk about efforts to preserve the Blue Mission Butterfly, Randall Museum, 199 Museum Way, Thursday, Sept. 16, 7:30 p.m., free. For more information, call (415) 554-9600 or go to the website at www.randallmuseum.org.


      Explore Your Future

      A four-part workshop designed for people 50 and over to consider their personal goals and dreams for the future, sponsored by Coming of Age:Bay Area, is designed to help people get inspired, find their passion and plan for enriching years ahead, 881 Turk St., starts Thursday, Sept. 16 and runs through Oct. 7, 6 – 8 p.m. For more information, call (888) 308-1767.


      Crafts for Teens

      Teenagers are invited to bring an old T-shirt to transform it, without sewing, into something new, including macrame belts, Ortega Branch Library, 3223 Ortega St., Saturday, Sept. 18, 2 – 3:30 p.m., free. For more information, contact Dorcas at dwong@...


      Comedy in the Park

      The 30th anniversary of Comedy in the Park will feature 30 comics sharing the stage to fire off a five-hour “funfest” of jokes and funny antidotes, Golden Gate Park, Sharon Meadow (near the Children’s Carousel), Sunday, Sept. 19, noon – 5 p.m., free.  

      20 – 30


      Computer Class

      An introductory computer class for adults and seniors focuses on using an e-mail account, Sunset Branch Library, 1305 18th Ave., Monday, Sept. 20, 6:30 – 8 p.m., free. For more information or to register (required), call (415) 355-2808. 


      Cello Recital

      The San Francisco Conservatory of Music will present cello masterworks, 50 Oak St., Recital Hall, Tuesday, Sept. 21, 8 p.m., free. For more information, call (415) 503-6265. 


      Ballroom Dancing

      Couples can learn the intricacies of ballroom dancing, including swing, foxtrot, tango, mambo and more, in a course comprised of six one-hour lessons over a six week period, Forest Hill Christian Church, Fellowship Hall, 250 Laguna Honda Blvd., starts Thursday, Sept. 23, six lessons for $70 per couple. For more information or reservations, call (415) 661-2746. 


      Walk to Fight Lyme Disease

      The first-ever San Francisco Lymewalk, sponsored by the California Lyme Disease Association, will raise money to fight the disease, starts at Fulton and Larkin streets, Sunday, Sept. 26, 1 p.m. For more information, go to the website at www.lymedisease.org


      Woody Guthrie and the Great American Folk Song

      Folksinger Tim Holt presents a brief history of the American folksong, from songs of the western migration to rambling Depression-era songs, including the contributions of “Lead Belly” and Woody Guthrie, Senator Milton Marks Branch Library, 351 Ninth Ave., Thursday, Sept. 30, 6:30 – 8 p.m., free. For more information, call (415) 355-5600.


      World Veg Festival

      The SF Vegetarian Society hosts a two-day festival commemorating World Vegetarian Day, with cooking demonstrations, lectures and more, SF County Fair Building, Golden Gate Park, near Ninth Avenue and Lincoln Way, Saturday, Oct. 2, and Sunday, Oct. 3, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., $7. For more information, call (415) 273-5481.


      Castles in the Sand

      The 27th annual sand castle creation contest, sponsored by LEAP, will be held to raise money for charity, Ocean Beach, near the Cliff House, Saturday, Oct. 2, free. 



      Save The Date!


      Stay tuned here for announcements of events happening the first week of the following month!


      George Washington Faithful Holiday Kick-Off Luncheon

      WHEN: Monday, Nov 1, 2010, 11:15 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

      WHERE: Caesar's Italian Restaurant, Bay & Powell Sts., San Francisco

      DETAILS: GWHS alumni of all ages are welcome to join the core group of 1940s - 1960s grads at this annual event. Caesar's, normally closed on Mondays, opens its entire dining room to Eagles! A great opportunity to reconnect with old friends, and to make new friends. No-host cocktails at 11:15am, 3-course luncheon at 12:15pm. $25 cash only for lunch - you will not leave hungry. Valet parking available for $6.00. Transit accessible by MUNI routes 39, 47, the F streetcar, and the Mason St. cable car. RSVP to George Choppelas 415-387-8327 or gwfaithful@...


      Presentation by Institute on Aging: The Strange Behavior of the Addicted Person: Why Alcohol, Drugs, Gambling Remain the Most Important Things in Their Life

      WHEN: Thursday, November 4, 2010, 3:00 - 4:30PM

      WHERE: Ruth Ann Rosenberg Adult Day Health Center, 3600 Geary Blvd in SF

      DETAILS:  Training for professionals who work in the field of aging. $5 fee, 1.5 CEU's available for BRN's and BBS's.  Visit our website at www.ioaging.org/education



      Ongoing Community Resources


      Opportunities for Volunteering


      Richmond District YMCA Board of Managers

      Richmond District YMCA Seeking to Expand Board of ManagersThe Richmond District YMCA is currently seeking to expand our Board of Managers in preparation to implement our exciting strategic initiatives:

      1. Transform our branch into a neighborhood center, which will serve as a hub to the surrounding community, bringing diverse individuals, families, business leaders, community-based organizations and community stakeholders together to build a better community;

      2. Enlist the support of the surrounding business and residential community to ensure that Richmond District YMCA programs and services are affordable and accessible to all who wish to participate.

      3. Become the primary provider/partner of a broad array of services that enhance mind, body and spirit for people of all ages.

      In addition to the criteria below, we are looking for dedicated individuals who are:

      - Passionate about building strong kids, strong families and strong communities.

      - Able/willing to attend monthly board meetings, which are held at the branch on the first Wednesday evening of each month and to commit some additional time outside of board meetings to work on board projects.

      - Willing to make a personal financial contribution and/or willing to personally fund-raise for the Richmond District YMCA.

      Additional Criteria (one or more of the following:)

      - Background and/ or experience in at least one of the following areas: Fundraising/Business Development, Marketing/Public Relations, Organizational Development, Business/Finance

      - Knowledgeable about the Richmond District neighborhoods

      - Involved in or knowledgeable about SF City and County government, Richmond District organizations, and local businesses.

      - Ethnic and language diversity


      Richmond District Neighborhood Center

      WHEN: 2009-2010

      DETAILS: There are volunteer opportunities in many of our programs: Richmond District After School Collaborative (RDASC), The Richmond Village Beacon and administrative volunteer opportunities at the Center.  Please call or email Mila for more information.  415-750-8554 or ediaz@...


      Building Futures - A Mentoring Program of the YMCA

      DETAILS: Building Futures is a one-to-one therapeutic mentoring program aimed to move youth from risk to resiliency & help them build a better future by matching them with an adult for one year. Through building safe, consistent, and fun relationships, mentors can help youth develop healthy social skills, improve academics, increase self-esteem, enhance decision-making, and cope with family and peer conflicts. Youth are ages 6-18 and the program is free of cost to youth and their families. A unique feature of Building Futures is the therapeutic paraprofessional training mentors receive prior to being matched.  The training helps mentors prepare to work successfully with at-risk youth by understanding issues facing youth and developing relationship-building skills, and how to handle difficult situations. Training, ongoing consultation, and support groups are provided by a Building Futures Program Coordinator. This is your chance to be a part of the solution that affects our society! Trainings start in July.  For more information or to apply to be a building futures mentor, contact: Wajma Ataie at (415)447-9695 or wataie@...


      ElderWISE of San Francisco

      WHEN:  Volunteers make two visits per month to an assigned elder.

      WHERE:  Locations vary, volunteers visit home-bound elders in their home or care facility.

      DETAILS:  Our program provides social visits from trained volunteers to home-bound and/or isolated elders, regardless of income.  We are looking for both elders and volunteers.  Call 415-668-1823 for more information. 


      Forest Stewardship

      WHEN: Every 2nd Friday of the month, 9 am to Noon.  Beginning May 8, 2009

      DETAILS: Help take care of newly planted trees. Volunteers will assist with weeding, mulching, and other stewardship activities. For information and meeting location, contact the Presidio Trust Volunteer Coordinator at (415) 561-5333 or volunteer@....



      Opportunities for Young Children 


      RDYMCA’s Children’s Dance Program - Fall Classes Now Registering!

      WHEN:  August 23 – December 16th

      WHERE:  360-18th Ave/Geary

      DETAILS:  Dance Classes for children age 6 months (with caregiver) to 13 years.

      Ten years offering quality children’s dance and family programming.  Pick up a flyer at the KIOSK across from the front desk OR visit www.ymcasf.org/Richmond >What We Offer >Kids OR contact Ms Marian at 415.666-9603 or mrothcramer@...


      FREE Pre School Openings

      WHEN: On-going

      WHERE: Kai Ming Head Start (please visit website for our 6 locations http://www.kaiming.org/ ) 

      DETAILS: We are looking for preschool age children (3 to 5years old) For more information, call 982-4777.


      Free Parent-Child Class-Toddler Playhouse

      When: Every Thursday, 10:00-12:00

      Where: Asian Family Support Center 2327 Clement Street

      Details: Duration 12 weeks, target age group 1year old -2 yrs old child. Music and movement, basic art project for your child.


      Agape After School Chinese Program 2010-2011

      WHEN: Fall & Spring Term: August 16, 2010 to May 27, 2011

      DETAILS: To assist children to learn English and Chinese language skills, cultural awareness and traditions.  For application and information, please call 415-387-7204 or visit www.accsf.org


      Agape Saturday Chinese Program 2010-2011                                              

      WHEN: Fall & Spring Term: August 28, 2010 to May 21, 2011

      DETAILS: To assist children to learn Chinese language skills, cultural awareness and traditions.  For application and information, please call 415-387-7204 or visit www.accsf.org


      Agapeland Summer Program 2010

      WHEN: Summer Term: June 14, 2010 to August 06, 2010 (8-week Program)

      DETAILS: To provide an enriching environment in which children are engaged in learning and developing math, language arts, cultural awareness and traditions. For application and information, please call 415-387-7204 or visit www.accsf.org 


      Saturday Learning Time Preschool 

      WHEN: Saturday mornings at 9:00a.m to noon. 

      WHERE: 4620 California Street. 

      DETAILS: Offering free preschool classes for children (2.5 to 5 years old) not currently enrolled in a preschool program. Classes are free but nine parent service hours are required per school year. Call 415-751-1199 for more information.


      Multi Cultural Children's Art Workshops MCAP (Multi Cultural Children's Arts Program) 

      WHEN:  Saturday mornings, 10-12pm 

      WHERE:  Richmond District Neighborhood Center, 741 30th Avenue, (between Balboa and Cabrillo) 

      DETAILS:  Spring Arts Workshops are for children ages 6-12.  There is a different workshop each Saturday.  You can sign up two workshops per child.  Cost:  Refundable fee, $5/class/child call Jane for class availabilities and information at 751-6600, or visit website:  www.rdnc.org. *The Multi Cultural Children's Arts Program is a program of the RichmondDistrictNeighborhoodCenter


      Aspire (After School Program Involving Enrichment and Education) 

      WHEN:  Monday-Friday, 3:00-6:00 p.m. 

      WHERE: Community Learning Center - 4620 California Street,in the Parish Hall 

      DETAILS:  Quality after school care, where volunteer tutors help kids Kindergarten to 5th grade with their homework. There are arts and crafts, music, dancing and other activities after the homework is finished.  Cost:$180.00 per month.  Call: Merry Chan Ong for more information 415-823-2622 


      Homework Help Center 

      WHEN: Tuesdays and Thursdays 3:30p.m.-5:00p.m. 

      WHERE: Roosevelt Middle school. 

      DETAILS: Tutoring by high school students who have recently taken middle school courses can help with your child's homework.



      Opportunities for Youth and Teens


      FLEX (Fitness Leadership EXperience)

      WHEN: M-F, 3pm to 6pm

      WHERE: Richmond District YMCA - 360 18th Ave

      DETAILS: FLEX is a fitness program for high school students run by the Richmond District YMCA.  Programming includes teen-oriented fitness classes (Circuit Training, Yoga, etc), and full access to our fitness facilities during program hours.  Cost of the program is $50 for the year.  To enroll, please contact Raquel at respana@... or (415)666-9605


      George Washington High School Dragon Boat Team 

      WHEN: Practice every Sunday at ll:30AM-l:30PM.  

      WHERE: Lake Merced

      DETAIlS: Contact Alan Layug nemesisdog@....  Looking for freshmen and sophomores attending Washington to join the team.


      Homework Help Center

      When: Tuesdays and Thursdays 3:30p.m.-5:00p.m. 

      Where: Roosevelt Middle school. 

      Details: High School students interested in volunteer work tutoring middle school students at Roosevelt Jr. High, shou

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