Consulado mexicano mejora trámite para exhortos judiciales y cartas rogatorias
Con el propósito de mejorar la atención de trámites relativos a auxilio judicial, a partir del próximo lunes 10 de junio los exhortos y cartas rogatorias dirigidos al Consulado General de México en San Diego se recibirán directamente en la oficina de esta representación ubicada en el antiguo Puerto de Entrada estadounidense en San Ysidro, en la línea internacional fronteriza.
El horario de atención será de 09:00 a 13:00 horas de lunes a viernes en la oficina 131 del puerto antiguo, a la que se llega a través de la línea peatonal de la garita internacional de San Ysidro. Para mayor información, los interesados pueden comunicarse al teléfono (619) 690-5717 con el licenciado Miguel Martínez.
Con esta medida, el Consulado General de México busca ampliar las facilidades de horario y de días de atención única y exclusivamente en materia de exhortos judiciales y cartas rogatorias, evitando además que los interesados tengan que desplazarse hasta el centro de San Diego para la simple entrega de documentos.
San Diego County Democratic Party to Hold 22nd Annual Awards Dinner
This year’s San Diego County Democratic Party Awards Dinner will feature Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez as keynote speaker. Congresswoman Sanchez represents California’s 46th District, which includes the cities of Anaheim, Garden Grove, Orange, and Santa Ana. She is a member of the House Committee on Education and the Workforce which oversees education and labor issues and is also a member of the House Armed Services Committee.
The date is Saturday, June 15th, at the Holiday Inn by the Bay (1355 North Harbor Drive). A reception for Congresswoman Sanchez will be held at 5:30 p.m., cocktails are at 6:30 and the dinner will be at 7:00 p.m.
Tickets to the reception with Congresswoman Sanchez are $100, dinner is $75 (or $650 for a table for 10).
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Call to Artists
Encinitas, CA In conjunction with the 5th Annual Flame of Life Street Fair, the Community Resource Center will be holding an all ages Poster Contest. On October 20th, 2002, the Flame of Life Street Fair will honor survivors and victims of domestic violence. It is a one-day event that showcases speaker, music, & food as a way to educate, inform, and entertain. This is the first year for this contest. This year’s theme is teen violence prevention. Posters may highlight peaceful solutions to teen violence, caring for those that are subjected to violence, and a vision for decreasing teen relationship abuse in our community. All entries must be submitted by August 2, 2002. The Grand Prize winner will have their art used as the official 5th Annual Flame of Life theme poster. This may include the cover of the program book, newspaper advertisements, Community Resource Center Web Page, Posters distributed to local merchants, recognition at the Flame of Life Street Fair, and a Press Release announcing the winning artist and their biography. To obtain additional Rules of Entry, call (760) 753-1156; or pick them up at the Community Resource Center at 650 Second Street in Encinitas. If you have any questions, please call Loren Linscott at 760-753-1156 or email at LorenL74@aol.com.
Absolutely DanceSport understands the importance of Summer activities for kids. It keeps them busy and healthy.
June 11, 2002, we will be kicking off our Summer Children’s Salsa Dance Program. This is a free six-week course (valued at $780) designed to increase a child’s self-confidence, introduce them to an alternative way of exercising and allow them to discover a love for dancing that will stay with them throughout their life. They might also have the chance to participate as a team or with a partner in this year’s AAU Junior Olympic Games in Tennessee on August 8th. After the six weeks, we will be hold auditions for a dance team and competitive couples.
Except for a registration fee of $25.00 to ensure serious participants, this program is free. The registration must be paid in person with ID. The program begins June 11th through July 19th. Every Tuesday and Friday from 4:15 pm until 5:00 pm. All children and teens ages 8-15 years old are welcome. Parents MUST register their child before the deadline: June 7, 2002.
Summer Reading Program at Chula Vista Libraries Starts June 8
The Chula Vista Public Library will offer two summer reading programs beginning June 8. “Discover the Magic of Reading” is the theme for the children’s program and the young adult program is entitled “Books Are Magic.”
Children programs include kid’s collage club, library sleepover, puppet shows, computer camp, magicians, live animals and more. The children’s reading program runs through August 2 and ends with a summer carnival on Aug. 3, from 1-3:30 p.m. The carnival will feature a strolling magician, game booths, an Astrojump and prizes. It will be held in Friendship Park behind the Civic Center Branch Library, 365 F St. and a program reading booklet is required for admission.
The young adults can choose from music and art, hip hop dance classes, cooking classes, a t-shirt contest, computer camp, karaoke performances and other programs of interest to teens.
The young adult reading program will end on July 26 and celebrate with a teen block party on July 27. It will be held at the South Chula Vista Branch Library, 389 Orange Ave., from 3:30-6 p.m. and will feature local bands, face painting, the art of Mehndi, an Astrojump, food and games. A program reading booklet is required for admission.
To motivate students to enjoy their summer reading, many incentives are given including small toys, pencils, books, puzzles, 7-Eleven coupons and passes to the Chula Vista Nature Center, Chula Vista pools, the Reuben H. Fleet Science Museum, Aerospace Museum, Rollerskateland and Soak City USA water park.
The summer reading program is offered at all three Chula Vista Libraries: Civic Center Branch, 365 F St. (619) 691-5069, South Chula Vista Branch, 389 Orange Ave. (619) 585-5755, and EastLake Branch located on the campus of EastLake High School, 1120 EastLake Parkway (619) 656-0314. The children’s reading program has been offered for over 30 years and the young adult program is in its sixth year.
Children and young adults can register for the program at their local library beginning June 8.
Escondido Education COMPACT, Sierra Club Announce Launching of New Summer Camp
ESCONDIDO Escondido Education COMPACT and the Sierra Club announced today the launching of their first ever summer camp to be held June 17-21, 2002, for San Diego youth.
Dubbed “Camp REV,” the camp will provide a unique opportunity for students who would not normally receive recreational exposure. Through outdoor activity, students will learn about the environment and familiarize themselves with local habitats as well as with careers associated with recreation. To date, the camp has tallied 90 at-risk youth.
“Our main goal with this venture is to impress upon the students the need to be open to opportunities in the outdoors. We will do this in a way that will be both educational and recreational for vocational purposes,” said camp director Darren Johnson.
The camp will be funded, in part, by a partnership between the Escondido Education COMPACT and the Sierra Club.
Escondido Education COMPACT is a non-profit organization designed to provide youth with job readiness training and links to employment in collaboration with the San Diego Workforce Partnership’s WIA Year-Long Youth programs. These programs provide education and employment preparation services to youth, ages 14-21, via a skills-based initiative comprised of community-contracted youth service providers.
The Sierra Club is a nationally recognized organization dealing with the preservation of natural and ecological resources.