Covered California is working hard to launch the Affordable Care Act—a historic expansion of affordable health coverage in our state. Over five million Californians could benefit from coverage offered through Covered California; two million will be eligible for subsidies from the federal government. To ensure the success of this effort, we need the help of community leaders and stakeholders across the state.
Our community-based approach to outreach begins with a series of regional town halls to provide an update to stakeholders and solicit feedback on efforts and plans. Our next event will be held in Cerritos. We invite community leaders and key stakeholders to participate in the town hall closest to you.
Covered California’s Executive Director Peter Lee will lead a discussion to include:
Date & Time: August 16, 2013 2:30 p.m.- 4:00 p.m. (doors open at 2:00 p.m.)
Location: Cerritos College – Burnight Center
Parking is available on site.
Please register for this town hall by calling 1-888-975-1141.
This event is co-hosted by U.S. Rep. Linda Sanchez,
California Senator Ron Calderon,
And Assemblymembers Cristina Garcia & Ian Calderon
Check out the Stakeholder Tab on our web site athttp://www.healthexchange.ca.gov/StakeHolders for more information.
Any person who wishes to request these notice or other meeting materials in an alternative format, requires translation services, or needs any disability-related modification or accommodation, including auxiliary aids or services which would enable that person to participate at the meeting, must make that request with reasonable advance notice by calling 1-888-975-1141 or emailing info.
National Night Out will be held tomorrow (August 06) – and there is now a MINC area event planned in the parking lot for the Smyrna Seventh Day Adventist Church (4394 Washington Bl.) in Wellington Square (same location as the Farmers Market). Come by for a meet and greet with the LAPD. The Longwood Ave. Block Club is doing a pot luck. Bring your favorite dish to share. Water will be provided. Anytime after 6:00 PM.
If interested, email or call Senior Lead Officer Hector Marquez.
SLO Hector Marquez
Attached are the English and Spanish versions of the National Council of Jewish Women Los Angeles – Annual Clothing Giveaway flyer.Volunteers are needed and if you, or if you know of anyone that would like to volunteer – please contact Peggy at 323.852.8515 or Ruth at 323.852.8503.
Don’t miss the Kids Arts & Crafts Sale – under the MINC Pavilion at the Wellington Square Farmers Market – this Sunday July 31st – kids sell from 10am-1pm. (Market opens at 9am.) Local children of all ages will be selling their homemade wares, so come out to support the kids in your community.Remember, if you’re a kid selling this weekend, here’s what you need to bring: Bring your own table and chair and lots of enthusiasm to sell your product. Don’t forget to bring your confirmation email from the Wellington Square Certified Farmers Market. We hope to see lots of you on Sunday!
You are invited to stop by New LA Charter School tomorrow night for their annual Passion for Learning Night! Their beautiful new campus is located at 1919 S. Burnside Ave (corner of Washington Blvd.).Passion for Learning Night is an end-year celebration of student work. They will be showcasing Science Fair Projects and other projects from the school year. There will also be a special performing arts exhibition for Eighth graders. All students will attend this evening to present their work. Here’s a short overview of the night. Sixth Grade:
Old tires are very difficult to dispose of …they can NOT be put in with regular trash and are NOT eligible for bulky item pickup. So here’s your chance to properly dispose of used and old tires at one of six collection events hosted by the City of Los Angeles Bureau of Sanitation from 9:00a.m. to 3:00p.m.Please see attached flyer for details.
West Angeles CDC“GET THE FACTS HOMEOWNERSHIP FAIR”
West Angeles , in partnership with & Chase Bank, is hosting a FREE “Family Affair” designed to dispel common myths about home ownership and help break down barriers that prevent families from exploring the possibility of buying and owning a home.Special keynote speakers: Assemblyman Mike Davis, Tunua Thrash Executive Director, Gayle Bryce Freddie Mac & Nji Wamucho Chase Bank Lending Manager. There will also be prizes, games and giveaways! The “Family Affair” will be held in the West Angeles Villas Recreation Room, . Saturday, May 21, 10:00a.m. – 3:00p.m. For more information, or to pre-register, please call or visit www.westangelescdc.org and click on news and events link. ENGLISH & SPANISH