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Eggs-plaining What Terms Mean

Eggs-plaining What Terms Mean

Various terms are used on egg cartons or referenced in the news regarding how egg-laying hens are housed. But often, these expressions simply confuse shoppers and raise more questions than they answer about how eggs are produced. Finding answers through research To help consumers make sense of the confusion, the Coalition for Sustainable Egg Supply […]

Career Day at Desert Hot Springs High School

Career Day at  Desert Hot Springs High School

Career Day at  Desert Hot Springs High School 65850 Pierson Boulevard, Desert Hot Springs, CA 92240 Thursday, October 17, 2013 from 12:00 – 3:00 pm Career Day will be held in our gym. You will be provided with a table and two chairs. Please bring something visual for your table top. Students will be visiting […]

Improving Kids’ Health for the School Year

Improving Kids’ Health for the School Year

Childhood obesity rates have skyrocketed over the past 30 years. Presently, one-third of American kids are overweight or obese.             Since most kids consume half their daily calories at school, healthy eating habits must be addressed both at home and in the classroom.             “Unfortunately, healthy eating for kids isn’t always stressed consistently,” said Debbie […]

DON’T MISS THE LIVING DESERT’S FINAL ZOO CHILL DAY

DON’T MISS THE LIVING DESERT’S FINAL ZOO CHILL DAY

PALM DESERT/INDIAN WELLS – If you’ve never seen a giraffe lick a frozen snack, you’re in for a treat at The Living Desert’s final Zoo Chill Day on Saturday, Sept. 7.  Guests can also enjoy free frozen treats, and the first 200 adults who enter the park will receive free personal sized reusable coolers – […]

Invest In Your Future By Sharing Your Real World Skills

By Dennis Larney Looking to invest in your future? Would you like to capitalize on the skills you have acquired in your working career? If you are simply motivated to give back to the community or to supplement your income, CSUSB –Palm Desert may offer you some real options. Several second career-oriented programs are being […]

Because you never know…disaster preparedness meeting

Because you never know…disaster preparedness meeting

Recent disasters remind us that we too should be vigilant and prepared in the Coachella Valley. Learn from professionals with the Riverside County Office of Emergency Services, American Red Cross, and the California Emergency Management Agency how to better prepare for disasters. A Disaster Preparedness Town Hall Meeting will be held on Tuesday, June 25 […]

14 Grief-Stricken Kids to Camp Erin

14 Grief-Stricken Kids to Camp Erin

PALM DESERT – The Massage Envy clinics recently presented a check for $3,500 to VNA California’s Mourning Star Center to send 14 kids to the Camp Erin grief camp this July. Massage Envy has been engaged in fundraising for Mourning Star and Camp Erin since franchise owner, Holly Lassak became aware of the program. “We […]

2013-2014 Rogers Scholars named at CSUSB’s Palm Desert Campus

2013-2014 Rogers Scholars named at CSUSB’s Palm Desert Campus

PALM DESERT – Cal State San Bernardino’s Palm Desert Campus has announced the 16 recipients of the prestigious Rogers Scholars awards for the 2013-2014 academic year. They include: Monserrath Ancona, Jason Paul Curodeau, Heaven Lee Douglas, Nathan Dunn, Debra Freeland, Amanda Harrison, Sarah King, Robert Lien II, Alba Lopez, Virginia Masters, Marzena Richardson, Susanna Romig, […]