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Thanks to a very generous donation, Jane is excited
to announce the new "Jane Parker Instigator of Excellence Scholarship" for a graduating seniors who live in District 4, including Seaside, Sand City, Del Rey Oaks, Marina, and the Southwest portion
Special consideration will be given to candidates who
The deadline to apply is May 6th, and applications can be downloaded online at www.janeparker.org/scholarship
Health Care Reform and Governance Optimization
On Wednesday April 6, the Board of Supervisors and Natividad Board of Trustees received a FANTASTIC presentation about the impact of Federal Health Reform on governance models for health care organizations.
Mr. James Orlikoff, viewed as one of the top 25 most influential leaders in healthcare in the country, presented information on the context and substance of health care reform in a clear and interesting 3 hour forum.
If you are interested in understanding what action we need to take to ensure that Natividad Medical Center is ready for the changes that are coming, you'll want to watch this presentation.
View the April 6th meeting online at: http://monterey.granicus.com/ViewPublisher.php?view_id=5
Learn more about Natividad Medical Center at http://www.natividad.com/
To celebrate the National Bike Month, Monterey County Bike Week will take place on May 9-15, with FREE breakfast sites across the County on Bike-to-Work/School Day on Thursday, May 12. Other events, including bike vs. car challenge, local bicycle rides such as the bike to city council events and bicycling workshops, are also featured that week. These events promote bicycling as an economical, environmentally friendly and healthy transportation alternative. Nearly 4,000 bicyclists participated in the weeklong series of event last year.
For more information on how you can participate and register to win a laptop and other prizes, visit www.tamcmonterey.org/bikeweek. Give your pocketbook a break, put some fun in the old commute, and help us save the planet.
A special guest will be joining us at Hot Drinks Hot Topics on May 2nd. Doug Smith, who serves on the Water Resources Agency Board as the District 4 representative, will be joining Supervisor Parker to talk about water and the Regional Water Project. Smith teaches hydrology at CSUMB and is well-respected in the field of hydrology and groundwater issues.
The Fort Ord prescribed burn season begins July 1. Register with the Direct Notification Program to be notified when a prescribed burn is imminent, and when a prescribed burn is started.
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