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August 2010

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Lecture, “The Great California Shakeout”

On Saturday, September 11, Senior Curator of Geological Sciences Kathleen Springer will present a lecture, “The Great California Shakeout,” at 2pm at the San Bernardino County Museum. This lecture is included in paid museum admission. Springer will illustrate that our region straddles the mighty San…

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High School Students Offered SAT Preparation Workshop

The “SAT 1 Preparation Course” fee is $145 per person and includes in-class materials.  Classes will be held on Sat., Sept.  25 from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. in Cal State San Bernardino’s Yasuda Center.  The registration deadline is Fri., Sept.…

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Music at the Mansion – MMX.IV

Sunday, September 12, 2010, 3 PM Dinner immediately following the Concert RSVP needed Call Arts Council at 909 585 5916 The Arts Council of Big Bear Valley is pleased to present “Music at the Mansion – MMX.IV. This is…

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Free GED Program Gives Students A Chance On College

(COLTON, Calif.) High school graduation or completion of a General Equivalency Diploma (GED) is usually a requirement to attend college, but for adults completing this education can be a challenge. Some adult schools have waiting lists of more than…

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Viewing the Gibbous Moon

Come to the San Bernardino County Museum in Redlands to enjoy beautiful views of the waxing gibbous moon through the telescopes of the San Bernardino Valley Amateur Astronomers on Saturday, September 18, from 7:30 to 9:30pm. This event is free to public. About three-quarters of the moon will…

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Replacing Original Window Sash Balances

Today, people appreciate the craftsmanship and quality of original wood sash windows. Gone are the days of simply ripping out beautiful old wood windows and replacing them with aluminum or plastic windows. In fact, many communities require maintenance or…

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Disaster Recovery Critical For Businesses

How quickly can your business be up and running after a disaster? Will it be open at all? A natural catastrophe (e.g., earthquake), power outage, storeroom flood or any number of unanticipated business interruptions could mean big trouble for…