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100 & Counting – Lake Balboa NC Offers Free Community CPR Training

Every day, more than 1,000 persons fall victim to Sudden Cardiac Arrest. Unfortunately more than 90% of victims do not survive the trip to the hospital. A major reason is the critical lack of people trained to perform CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) – one of the simplest yet most important life skills that a person can learn. “Using CPR in the critical time before EMT’s & Paramedics arrive...
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Emergency Preparedness Meeting this Saturday

Emergency Preparedness Meeting this Saturday
Hi, Everybody:  HAPPY NEW YEAR!  I hope that 2016 is starting off in spectacular fashion for you and that your Holidays were happy and healthy and spent with those you love.  And, I trust you're ready to get going on all those Emergency Preparedness plans you've been putting off, so here we go! Our monthly Emergency Preparedness Meeting is this Saturday, January 9th, 9:00 to 11:00 AM, at ...
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Neighborhood Council Elections Are Around the Corner … Here’s Why YOU Should Run

Originally posted at http://citywatchla.com/8box-left/9995-neighborhood-council-elections-are-around-the-corner-here-s-why-you-should-run. Written by Tim Deegan. Why do neighborhood councils matter and why should you run for a board seat on your NC? At their best, and some excel at this, they serve as local political organizations that are empowered to monitor the critical issues in their communi...
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Lake Balboa Neighborhood Council Recognized for Ten Year Milestone of Volunteer Service

Last night at the Board of Neighborhood Commissioners meeting, the Department of Neighborhood Empowerment celebrated Lake Balboa Neighborhood Council's 10th anniversary in the South Valley. The full article can be found at http://empowerla.org/gms-message-8-8-14/.
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Second Wall Mural Project Is a Great Success

On June 27th and 28th, 2014, the second wall mural on the west side of Haskell near Haynes has been designed and executed by high school students from Birmingham Community Charter High School. The mural design contest was created by Allen Nelson and Roxan Hartstein as a way for our high school students to work to acquire the 40 hours of community service they need for graduation and to beautif...
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