1) DCAC Meeting Tonight 2) Halloween Carnival needs volunteers 3) Infrastructure Workshop Tonight

1)  REMINDER – Del Cerro Action Council meets tonight (Thursday, Oct. 24,    7 p.m. at Temple Emanu-El.

2) San Carlos Recreation Center needs volunteers for their Halloween Carnival on Friday. Kristy Wells, the Center Director for the San Carlos Recreation Center (Lake Badin and Lake Adlon), sent an email stating she could still use some volunteers this Friday, October 25, from 5:30 to 8:00 to help with their annual Halloween Carnival.  If you have a couple of hours to lend a hand it would be appreciated.  Students will receive “Community Service” credit.  The event is sponsored by the San Carlos / Lake Murray Recreation Council,  a non-profit with 501 (c)(3) will provide a letter for donations accepted if requested!  If you are available to (or know someone willing) to volunteer or donate, please contact Kristy Wells. Donations needed are: Bags of individually wrapped candy, Pumpkins, and Baked Goods – portions – 6 cookies, or 3 brownies, cupcakes, rice crispy treats, popcorn balls, small loaf or mini cake.  Thanks in advance for all support offered.                                                                                                                                           Kristina Wells, Center Director II                                                                                                San Carlos Recreation Center                                                                                                       6445 Lake Badin Avenue SD, CA 92119                                                                                     office#(619) 527-3443 fax#(619)462-0796

3) Community Infrastructure Workshop hosted by Councilmember Scott Sherman and Committee Chair, Councilmember Mark Kersey. The workshop is tonight, Thursday, October 24, at 6 p.m., at the Mission Trails Regional Park Visitor Center.  “We want to hear what infrastructure projects are most important to the Navajo Community – Grantville, Allied Gardens, Del Cerro and San Carlos.” 


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