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Supervisor Andrew Do

The Orange County Department of Education’s Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Team recently led Ocean View School District students through an eight-week course about drug prevention and awareness. While learning about the importance of making safe decisions, a 5th-grade class was inspired to use a song to encourage their peers to think before engaging in substance use.

🗞️ Check out the full story here: newsroom.ocde.us/watch-hope-view-fifth-graders-unite-against-drugs-through-music/.The Orange County Department of Education’s Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Team recently led Ocean View School District students through an eight-week course about drug prevention and awareness. While learning about the importance of making safe decisions, a 5th-grade class was inspired to use a song to encourage their peers to think before engaging in substance use.

🗞️ Check out the full story here: newsroom.ocde.us/watch-hope-view-fifth-graders-unite-against-drugs-through-music/.
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The Orange County Department of Education’s Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Team recently led Ocean View School District students through an eight-week course about drug prevention and awareness. While learning about the importance of making safe decisions, a 5th-grade class was inspired to use a song to encourage their peers to think before engaging in substance use.
 
🗞️ Check out the full story here: https://newsroom.ocde.us/watch-hope-view-fifth-graders-unite-against-drugs-through-music/.

📣 Calling all high school students:
Help shape the future of transportation as part of OCTA’s Teen Council.

ℹ️ Discover more at octa.net/TeenCouncil

OCTA #OCTATeenCouncil #TeenLeaders📣 Calling all high school students:
Help shape the future of transportation as part of OCTA’s Teen Council.

ℹ️ Discover more at octa.net/TeenCouncil

OCTA #OCTATeenCouncil #TeenLeaders
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📣 Calling all high school students: 
Help shape the future of transportation as part of OCTA’s Teen Council. 

ℹ️ Discover more at octa.net/TeenCouncil 

OCTA #OCTATeenCouncil #TeenLeaders

OC Public Libraries is commemorating Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month throughout May. This month-long celebration honors the rich cultural heritage, contributions, and stories of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. Join #OCPL for a series of engaging events, including author talks, dual language story times, and crafts.

ℹ️ For more programs and information about AAPI 2024, visit ocpl.org/asian-american-pacific-islander-heritage-month.
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OC Public Libraries is commemorating Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month throughout May. This month-long celebration honors the rich cultural heritage, contributions, and stories of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. Join #OCPL for a series of engaging events, including author talks, dual language story times, and crafts.

ℹ️ For more programs and information about AAPI 2024, visit https://ocpl.org/asian-american-pacific-islander-heritage-month.

Join Cypress Police Department’s Open House tomorrow for a free event featuring a K9 and SWAT demo, OCFA, the Seal Beach Naval Weapons Station, and more. For more information, contact #CypressPD at 714-229-6626 or visit www.cypresspd.org.

🗓️ Saturday, May 18
⏰ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
📍5275 Orange Avenue, CypressJoin Cypress Police Department’s Open House tomorrow for a free event featuring a K9 and SWAT demo, OCFA, the Seal Beach Naval Weapons Station, and more. For more information, contact #CypressPD at 714-229-6626 or visit www.cypresspd.org.

🗓️ Saturday, May 18
⏰ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
📍5275 Orange Avenue, Cypress
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Join Cypress Police Department’s Open House tomorrow for a free event featuring a K9 and SWAT demo, OCFA, the Seal Beach Naval Weapons Station, and more. For more information, contact #CypressPD at 714-229-6626 or visit www.cypresspd.org.  

🗓️ Saturday, May 18
⏰ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
📍5275 Orange Avenue, Cypress

Last week, my District Representative, Jack Du, presented a certificate of recognition at the grand opening of Salt Me Halotherapy in Los Alamitos. This type of therapy is known to provide holistic wellness, alleviate respiratory issues, and improve skin care. Designed to have the microclimate of natural salt caves, the floors are covered inches thick with Himalayan salt crystals, and the walls have salt bricks to maximize the effectiveness of each therapeutic session.

ℹ️ For more inftormation, visit www.halotherapylosalamitos.com.

#orangecounty #firstdistrict #losalamitos #saltmehalotherapy #salttherapy #healthandwellness #smallbusinessPhotos from Supervisor Andrew Do's post
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Did you know that nearly 40% of food goes to waste? Food Finders is trying mitigate this ongoing issue with its mobile app, which allows users to pick up and drop off food resources at nonprofit shelters, missions, pantries, and centers. These resources are used to feed people who are disadvantaged and food insecure.

Food Finder’s Food Rescue Program is unique from food banking because it rescues everything, including dairy, bakery items, produce, deli meats, canned and packaged goods, and even prepared items. Their program is called “rescue” because it prevents good, edible, perishable food from being lost in a landfill.

In an hour or less, each food rescue is completed with the help of staff drivers and a network of volunteers, allowing Food Finders to rescue millions of pounds of food annually.

📱 The app is currently available in Los Angeles and Orange County. Download it today to learn how you can help fight hunger.

ℹ️ www.foodfinders.org/foodrescueprogram.

🗞️ Check out their 2022 Fox 11 Interview: www.foxla.com/video/1051377.

#FoodFinders #FoodRescueProgram #FoodRescue #FoodInsecurity #LosAlamitos #OrangeCounty #OC #FirstDistrictDid you know that nearly 40% of food goes to waste? Food Finders is trying mitigate this ongoing issue with its mobile app, which allows users to pick up and drop off food resources at nonprofit shelters, missions, pantries, and centers. These resources are used to feed people who are disadvantaged and food insecure.

Food Finder’s Food Rescue Program is unique from food banking because it rescues everything, including dairy, bakery items, produce, deli meats, canned and packaged goods, and even prepared items. Their program is called “rescue” because it prevents good, edible, perishable food from being lost in a landfill.

In an hour or less, each food rescue is completed with the help of staff drivers and a network of volunteers, allowing Food Finders to rescue millions of pounds of food annually.

📱 The app is currently available in Los Angeles and Orange County. Download it today to learn how you can help fight hunger.

ℹ️ www.foodfinders.org/foodrescueprogram.

🗞️ Check out their 2022 Fox 11 Interview: www.foxla.com/video/1051377.

#FoodFinders #FoodRescueProgram #FoodRescue #FoodInsecurity #LosAlamitos #OrangeCounty #OC #FirstDistrict
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Did you know that nearly 40% of food goes to waste? Food Finders is trying mitigate this ongoing issue with its mobile app, which allows users to pick up and drop off food resources at nonprofit shelters, missions, pantries, and centers. These resources are used to feed people who are disadvantaged and food insecure.
 
Food Finder’s Food Rescue Program is unique from food banking because it rescues everything, including dairy, bakery items, produce, deli meats, canned and packaged goods, and even prepared items. Their program is called “rescue” because it prevents good, edible, perishable food from being lost in a landfill.
 
In an hour or less, each food rescue is completed with the help of staff drivers and a network of volunteers, allowing Food Finders to rescue millions of pounds of food annually.
 
📱 The app is currently available in Los Angeles and Orange County. Download it today to learn how you can help fight hunger.
 
ℹ️ www.foodfinders.org/foodrescueprogram.
 
🗞️ Check out their 2022 Fox 11 Interview: https://www.foxla.com/video/1051377.

#FoodFinders #FoodRescueProgram #FoodRescue #FoodInsecurity #LosAlamitos #OrangeCounty #OC #FirstDistrict

‼️ The third annual Vendor Outreach Event is taking place tomorrow at Orange County Parks’ Mile Square Park.

This event, hosted by the County Procurement Office, is for businesses interested in partnering with the County to provide goods and services to the community and who want to learn more about leveraging the County’s Preference Policies.

🗓️ Thursday, May 16
⏰ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
🌳 Mile Square Park
📍16801 Euclid St, Fountain Valley
ℹ️ www.cpo.ocgov.com

County of Orange, California #Business #SmallBusinesses #Procurement #OC #DoingBusinessWithOrangeCounty‼️ The third annual Vendor Outreach Event is taking place tomorrow at Orange County Parks’ Mile Square Park.

This event, hosted by the County Procurement Office, is for businesses interested in partnering with the County to provide goods and services to the community and who want to learn more about leveraging the County’s Preference Policies.

🗓️ Thursday, May 16
⏰ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
🌳 Mile Square Park
📍16801 Euclid St, Fountain Valley
ℹ️ www.cpo.ocgov.com

County of Orange, California #Business #SmallBusinesses #Procurement #OC #DoingBusinessWithOrangeCounty
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‼️ The third annual Vendor Outreach Event is taking place tomorrow at Orange County Parks’ Mile Square Park. 

This event, hosted by the County Procurement Office, is for businesses interested in partnering with the County to provide goods and services to the community and who want to learn more about leveraging the County’s Preference Policies. 

🗓️ Thursday, May 16
⏰ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
🌳 Mile Square Park
📍16801 Euclid St, Fountain Valley
ℹ️ www.cpo.ocgov.com

County of Orange, California #Business #SmallBusinesses #Procurement #OC #DoingBusinessWithOrangeCounty

As we approach Memorial Day, Working Wardrobes is asking the public to support #OperationEmployment, a campaign to raise $100,000 to provide career readiness services to the military and their families.

#WorkingWardrobes provides training and certifications, career coaching, individualized employment plans, critical needs gift cards, access to Veterans’ services, and more.

ℹ️ www.workingwardrobes.org

#2024OperationEmployment #WorkingWardrobes #Veterans #ServiceMembers #Military #WorkforceDevelopmentPhotos from Supervisor Andrew Do's post
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As we approach Memorial Day, Working Wardrobes is asking the public to support #OperationEmployment, a campaign to raise $100,000 to provide career readiness services to the military and their families. 

#WorkingWardrobes provides training and certifications, career coaching, individualized employment plans, critical needs gift cards, access to Veterans’ services, and more.

ℹ️ www.workingwardrobes.org

#2024OperationEmployment #WorkingWardrobes #Veterans #ServiceMembers #Military #WorkforceDevelopmentImage attachment

The Los Alamitos Recreation is hosting the "Party on Pine Concert Series" all month long until June 6 as part of an effort to activate Pine Street.

⏰ From 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm, groove to live performances and enjoy a dedicated kids zone. Remember to bring your crew, chairs, and blankets, and indulge in delicious bites from nearby eateries.

📍This series will run along Pine Street from Florista Street / Pine Street south toward the center of Pine Street before hitting Katella Avenue.

🚧 Traffic will be impacted along this route on the dates of the events, but vehicle access will be available along the perimeter of the quadrant surrounding Pine Street.

ℹ️ For more information, please contact the Development Services Department at 562-431-3538 or visit www.cityoflosalamitos.org.

5/02: Strange Days (The Doors Tribute)
5/09: Kenny Hall (Music of Neil Diamond)
5/16: The Trip (Rock from ’60s, ’70s, ’80s, and ’90s)
5/23: Kayln + The New Frontier Band (A Tribute to Taylor Swift)
5/30: Surf City Allstar Band (Beach Boys Tribute)
6/6: The Emperors (Classic Rock Band)The Los Alamitos Recreation is hosting the "Party on Pine Concert Series" all month long until June 6 as part of an effort to activate Pine Street.

⏰ From 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm, groove to live performances and enjoy a dedicated kids zone. Remember to bring your crew, chairs, and blankets, and indulge in delicious bites from nearby eateries.

📍This series will run along Pine Street from Florista Street / Pine Street south toward the center of Pine Street before hitting Katella Avenue.

🚧 Traffic will be impacted along this route on the dates of the events, but vehicle access will be available along the perimeter of the quadrant surrounding Pine Street.

ℹ️ For more information, please contact the Development Services Department at 562-431-3538 or visit www.cityoflosalamitos.org.

5/02: Strange Days (The Doors Tribute)
5/09: Kenny Hall (Music of Neil Diamond)
5/16: The Trip (Rock from ’60s, ’70s, ’80s, and ’90s)
5/23: Kayln + The New Frontier Band (A Tribute to Taylor Swift)
5/30: Surf City Allstar Band (Beach Boys Tribute)
6/6: The Emperors (Classic Rock Band)
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The Los Alamitos Recreation is hosting the Party on Pine Concert Series all month long until June 6 as part of an effort to activate Pine Street. 

⏰ From 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm, groove to live performances and enjoy a dedicated kids zone. Remember to bring your crew, chairs, and blankets, and indulge in delicious bites from nearby eateries.

📍This series will run along Pine Street from Florista Street / Pine Street south toward the center of Pine Street before hitting Katella Avenue.

🚧 Traffic will be impacted along this route on the dates of the events, but vehicle access will be available along the perimeter of the quadrant surrounding Pine Street.

ℹ️ For more information, please contact the Development Services Department at 562-431-3538 or visit www.cityoflosalamitos.org.

5/02: Strange Days (The Doors Tribute)
5/09: Kenny Hall (Music of Neil Diamond)
5/16: The Trip (Rock from ’60s, ’70s, ’80s, and ’90s)
5/23: Kayln + The New Frontier Band (A Tribute to Taylor Swift)
5/30: Surf City Allstar Band (Beach Boys Tribute)
6/6: The Emperors (Classic Rock Band)

Are you looking to dispose of electronic waste and/or old documents? On May 18, stop by the Fountain Valley Recreation Center, located inside #MileSquarePark, for a free Electronics Recycling event. Shredding is a maximum of three boxes per car, and batteries may also be recycled.

🗓️ Saturday, May 18
⏰ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm (or until the waste truck is full)
🌳 Fountain Valley Recreation Center
📍16400 Brookhurst Street, Fountain Valley
🔺Entrance: Brookhurst St. & Heil Ave.Are you looking to dispose of electronic waste and/or old documents? On May 18, stop by the Fountain Valley Recreation Center, located inside #MileSquarePark, for a free Electronics Recycling event. Shredding is a maximum of three boxes per car, and batteries may also be recycled.

🗓️ Saturday, May 18
⏰ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm (or until the waste truck is full)
🌳 Fountain Valley Recreation Center
📍16400 Brookhurst Street, Fountain Valley
🔺Entrance: Brookhurst St. & Heil Ave.
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Are you looking to dispose of electronic waste and/or old documents? On May 18, stop by the Fountain Valley Recreation Center, located inside #MileSquarePark, for a free Electronics Recycling event. Shredding is a maximum of three boxes per car, and batteries may also be recycled.

🗓️ Saturday, May 18
⏰ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm (or until the waste truck is full)
🌳 Fountain Valley Recreation Center 
📍16400 Brookhurst Street, Fountain Valley
🔺Entrance: Brookhurst St. & Heil Ave.