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Hello everyone. It’s me, Bettyann Pernice, your Daily host. Here’s the local news you need to know right now.
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Low clouds, then some sunshine. High: 71, Low: 64.
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Today in San Diego:
- Story time in Mandarin Chinese — Mira Mesa Branch Library (10:30 a.m.)
- Story time in the park – Kensington Library / Normal Heights (10:30 a.m.)
- Knit and Crochet Circle — Rancho Peñasquitos Library (1:00 p.m.)
- Paper pen writing group — Riford/La Jolla branch library (1 p.m.)
- DO YOUR HOMEWORK AT THE LIBRARY — Linda Vista Branch Library (3 p.m.)
- Kamishibai Story Time: Street Theater and Japanese Storytelling – University Heights branch library. (4 p.m.)
From my notebook:
- San Diego Police Department: His name is Sai, and he is a trained Mobil Scent Detection Dog (MOD). Sai is trained to detect explosives. It works with Crisis Volunteers and RSVP groups and is used at major events. (Facebook)
- San Diego Humane Society: The Emergency Response Team (ERT) has volunteered to rescue animals affected by the wildfires. An injured little kitten was rescued from the New Mexico wildfires and is now recovering. Many thanks to the ERT. (Facebook)
- San Diego Central Library: Do you like African art? The Central Library Art Gallery will present “Echoes of Africa” during the month of June. It will feature artifacts from Mesa College’s collection of African art. Mark your calendar! (Facebook)
- Feeding San Diego: Many residents are worried about food insecurity. This stress can have an impact on their mental health. Find out how Feeding San Diego can help you. (Facebook)
- Downtown San Diego Partnership: The Grow Urban initiative can lessen the impact of urban streets and transform the downtown. Over 100 trees were planted for Arbor Day and Earth Day. The city center becomes greener and more beautiful. (Facebook)
- SD Library Foundation: Need a safe and secure drop-off location for your mail-in ballot? Check with your local branch of the San Diego Public Library System for details. (Facebook)
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You are now in the loop and ready to start this Thursday. See you soon!
— Bettyanne Pernice
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