Now available: October University City Newsletter

October 2016
October 2016
October 2016

The print version of the University City newsletter, published by UCCA and paid for by local advertisers, is now available at the University Community Library on Governor Drive; and will be delivered by UCCA volunteers to homes and businesses in south University City this weekend.

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What a great selection of articles this month. Thanks to all our community contributors. The October 2016 Newsletter Table of Contents:

  • Page 1 – Back to School Improvements; Calendar Listings
  • Page 2 – President’s Column
  • Page 3 – Editor’s Notes; UCCA Elections, UCCA Board Member contact information; Special Guests at September meeting
  • Page 4 – Neighborhood Watch; Crosswalk Safety; Protecting Your Identity Offline and Online
  • Page 5 – Sherri Lightner Column (preview of ballot measures); Back to School with John Lee Evans; Neighborhood School Enrollment Options
  • Page 6 – Library Program Listings
  • Page 7 – Spreckels Spirit Jog-a-thon; Curie Jog-a-thon; Curie Craft Fair & Carnival; EdUCate Math Academy
  • Page 8 – Buy Local; Earthquake Preparedness; UCCA Membership Application
  • Page 9 – UC Little League, PGA Golf Pro; UCUC hosts Music for Winds and a Fall Festival
  • Page 10 – UC Garden Club October Meet-up; Celebrating Diversity at Doyle Park; Sidewalks Clear; tribute to Ginny Charvat
  • Page 11 – Battle for the Golden Triangle; UCHS Hall of Fame; Oktoberfest
  • Page 12 – Groundbreaking Celebration for Mid-Coast Trolley; UCSD Trolley Extension; Preventing Bike Thefts
  • Page 13 – Crime and Safety Tips from Officer Tofoya; UCPG Planning Group report
  • Pages 14 – 19 – Local advertisers
  • Page 20 – Marcy Park Renovation Project Kickoff

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