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Free American Indian Family Culture Nights Featured

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Published 11-21-2013

Educational News

The San Bernardino City Unified School District is offering free family activities as part of its Title VII American Indian Education Family Culture Nights.

During Family Culture Nights, local families can participate in free arts and crafts activities while learning about American Indian cultures.

The 2013-2014 school year marks the 25-year celebration of the program.

Just in time for the holidays, families can make painted ornaments at the Tuesday, December 10, 2013, class. Additional Family Culture Nights are February 4 and 18; March 4; April 1, 15, and 29; and May 13, 2014.

Meetings are held on designated Tuesday nights from 6 to 8 p.m. at the San Manuel Village on the corner of Highland Avenue and Boulder. The meeting room is at 27995 Highland Avenue, Suite 100. For more information, call Cindra Weber at (909) 381-1515 or visit www.sbcusd.com/TitleVII <http://www.sbcusd.com/TitleVII> .

 

HOME for Holidays

Neighborhood Housing Services of the Inland Empire (NHSIE) is excited this holiday season to celebrate Home Matters and our mission of “making the dream of homeownership a reality for San Bernardino and Riverside County residents!”

Homeownership requires dedication- discipline for budgeting and saving, patience for searching for the right home, and celebration when moving in!!

NHSIE plays a vital role in the community by helping families move toward their goal of achieving homeownership. We provide resources to hard working local families to help them remain financially stable and maintain homes they can afford in communities of choice. As these families strengthen their finances, their ability to invest in the Inland Empire, in its businesses and other endeavors, contributes to the stability of the region overall, and stimulates the local economy.    

 Public funding and corporate grants have declined as a result of the economic downturn at a time when the need for our services is at its highest level. As a nonprofit, we are appealing to community members like you who benefit from our services to partner with us in strengthening our neighborhoods. Your gift is tax deductible and is extremely important to local residents because it provides resources that make an immediate impact that will help us through these interesting and tough times.  

By investing in NHSIE you quite likely will be helping a neighbor, a friend, an employee, a family member or perhaps even yourself. To continue our efforts, NHSIE is challenging you to donate as well as reach out to those you know and tell the story of our value to the community and ask them to invest in our efforts.  

 Help us reach our goal of $50,000!!!!

 We appreciate your contribution and thank you in advance. You may donate online at www.nhsie.org by selecting the Get Involved tab or click on the GIVE HERE  button below.

Please do not hesitate to call if you have a question, suggestion or could benefit from our services.

Very truly yours,

Dawn M. Lee, Executive

Director/CEO

Neighborhood Housing
Services of the Inland Empire
1390 North D St. 
San Bernardino Ca 92405 
909-884-6891  

 

 

 

 

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