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Getting Healthier through Positive High System; SSF Coach Serge Shares Secrets

March 20, 2017
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Getting Healthier through Positive High System; SSF Coach Serge Shares Secrets

South San Francisco, CA    March 20, 2017   by Coach Serge, Guest Writer EDITORS NOTE: South San Francisco resident Coach Serge is a Certified Fitness Professional and owner of Positive High Systemand is offering a variety of programs aimed at a healthier lifestyle for our neighbors. We appreciate this share of some great tips at gaining…

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FREE Earth Day Celebrations April 22nd: Learn to Compost, Tour SSF Scavengers

March 20, 2017
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FREE Earth Day Celebrations April 22nd: Learn to Compost, Tour SSF Scavengers

South San Francisco, CA    March 20, 2017   Submitted by Teresa Montgomery, SSF Scavengers The South San Francisco Scavenger Company will be hosting Earth Day APRIL 22nd activities that are FREE and OPEN to the PUBLIC of all ages!  Start the day with an educational composting workshop: The Composting Workshop is sponsored by the…

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Wild Turkeys Claim South City as Home

March 17, 2017
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Wild Turkeys Claim South City as Home

South San Francisco, CA   March 17, 2017  from our FB     When our South City neighbor, Alex Cheung, sent us this photo of wild turkeys roaming Westborough we just couldn’t believe it and shared it on our social media ‘Wild turkeys in #SSF? Has anyone else ever witnessed such a thing in South…

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ECHS Alumn Sebastian Lletget Makes US World Cup Against Honduras

March 17, 2017
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ECHS Alumn Sebastian Lletget Makes US World Cup Against Honduras

South San Francisco, CA    March 17, 2017   from our FB   “Way to represent our own #SSF- El Camino High Alum, Sebastian Lletget (LA Galaxy) used to drive his sisters bananas kicking a soccer ball inside their South San Francisco home. Now Playing Big role for Team U.S,A.. Good luck!! Go U.S.A.” writes…

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Hike on the Wild Side – Sign Hill!

March 14, 2017
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Hike on the Wild Side – Sign Hill!

South San Francisco, Ca   March 14, 2017 To most people the iconic view of Sign Hill is timeless – it always has been and it always will be….except not all of Sign Hill is preserved as open space which many do not understand – even those living in the shadows of this jewel within…

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Spruce Avenue Campus Alumni Needed for Historical Interview March 11th & 25th

March 7, 2017
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Spruce Avenue Campus Alumni Needed for Historical Interview March 11th & 25th

South San Francisco, CA   March 7, 2017 Be part of South San Francisco history by sharing your Spruce Avenue Campus alumni experiences as their 100th anniversary approaches! CLICK HERE to schedule a 15 min interview to preserve these excellent moments in time with future generations – and our community today! The 15 minute interviews will take…

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The SSF Historical Photo Drive: Scan-a-Thon at Main Library

March 7, 2017
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The SSF Historical Photo Drive: Scan-a-Thon at Main Library

South San Francisco, CA   March 7, 2017   The City of South San Francisco and the Library seek your photographs depicting people, places, and events of local historical significance. During the entire month of March, leading up to National Historic Preservation Month in May, trained library staff can digitize your photographs for possible inclusion…

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SSF Cecile Riborozo Sets Goal for 545 Mile AIDS/LifeCycle 2017

March 7, 2017
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SSF Cecile Riborozo Sets Goal for 545 Mile AIDS/LifeCycle 2017

South San Francisco, CA   March 7, 2107   South San Francisco resident Cecile Riborozo has set her sights on the 2017 AIDS/Life Cycle marathon that leads from San Francisco to Los Angles on this 545 mile ride. Cecile, an avid biker, will be participating on her employers Team Walmart. When not biking, Cecile can…

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FREE Music Lessons Offered for “Teach Music America” Week – March 20-26

March 5, 2017
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FREE Music Lessons Offered for “Teach Music America” Week – March 20-26

South San Francisco, CA    March 5, 2017  Submitted by Joann Pierdomenico It is now estimated that over 600 Music Schools – across 48 states – will be participating in the 3rd Annual “Teach Music America” Week from March 20th to March 26th. During this week, the organization Keep Music Alive is encouraging all musicians…

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Girls Scouts to Host Community Pancake Breakfast Sunday March 12th

March 3, 2017
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Girls Scouts to Host Community Pancake Breakfast Sunday March 12th

South San Francisco, CA   March 4, 2017  Submitted by Kim Arends Girl Scouts of Northern California Sister Cities Service Unit Annual Pancake Breakfast Celebrate the Girl Scout Birthday with us! We will be serving Coffee, Tea, Hot Chocolate, Sausages and All the Pancakes You can Eat!! Pancakes and sausages cooked and served by Girl…

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