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2017 Inland Empire Senior Games - Sign Up Today!

September 1, 2017 

“PROMOTING FITNESS AND THE SPIRIT OF COMPETITION WINNERS ALL”

September 29 - October 7

FOR PERSONS 50 YEARS AND BETTER
Do you think you got game? If so, come and compete in the Inland Empire Senior Games! We have something for everyone…Tennis, 5k/10k Walk or Run, Golf, Horseshoes, Billiards, Basketball, and Art. If you are 50 years of age or better, we want you! Call 909-384-5430 today to learn more or download the application here.

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A Library Card is the Coolest Card – September is Library Card Sign-Up Month

September 12, 2017 

Studies show that children who are read to in the home and who use the library perform better in school. September is Library Card Sign-up Month, a time when the San Bernardino Public Library joins with the American Library Association and public libraries nationwide to make sure that every student has the most import school supply of all – a free library card.

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Meet Sherlock, SBPD's "Spokesdog" at the San Bernardino Public Library

September 12, 2017 

The San Bernardino Pubic Library will be presenting story times at three of the city libraries with special guest Sherlock, the San Bernardino Police Department’s "spokesdog". Sherlock, an adopted Irish Wolfhound-Labrador mix, is the newest member of the Community Affairs Department at the San Bernardino Police Department.

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San Bernardino Symphony to offer an Instrument Petting Zoo at the Villasenor Branch Library

September 12, 2017 

The San Bernardino Symphony docents will be visiting the San Bernardino Public Library for an Instrument Petting Zoo during a special story time on Monday, September 25, 2017 at 4:00 PM at the Villasenor Branch Library at 525 N. Mt. Vernon Ave.

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Community Dump Day, Saturday September 30

September 10, 2017 

Need to get rid of some junk? City of San Bernardino residents may drop off unwanted items such as appliances, mattresses, tires, broken furniture, tree limbs, and electronic waste including printers and TVs at any Community Dump Day event. This month, dump your junk from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Saturday, September 30, at Wildwood Park.

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SB County Workforce Development Board Business Series Workshop: Employee Handbooks

September 1, 2017 

An employee handbook is one of the most important communication tools between your company and your employees. Not only does it set forth your expectations for your employees, it also describes what they can expect from you and ensures your business complies with state and federal employment laws.

Attend this presentation to learn about:

• The Benefits and Risks of an Employee Handbook

• Essential Provisions

• Policies Required by State and Federal Law

• Recommended Policies such as Social Media

• What NOT to put in an Employee Handbook and Much More…

To Register Go To: https://2017businessworkshops.eventbrite.com

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Passport Service hours now 8:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, by appointment only.

August 7, 2017 

Effective August 7, 2017, Passport Service hours are now 8:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, by appointment only. Please call 909-384-5128 for more information or to schedule an appointment.

Office location:
215 North D Street, 3rd Floor
San Bernardino, CA 92401

Visit www.SBCity.org/Passports for more detailed information or click here for a list of services and fees.

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Registration now open for our Lil' Strikers youth soccer program

July 6, 2017 

As youth sports programming returns to the City of San Bernardino Parks and Recreation Department, we're excited to announce the start of Lil' Strikers, an 8-week soccer program.

This soccer program is designed to introduce participants, ages 3 - 6 years old, to organized soccer practices and games. Lil’ Strikers will be a fun, non-competitive, instructional program that will teach age appropriate soccer techniques. Participants will also be taught teamwork and sportsmanship.

Lil’ Strikers will begin the week of September 5, 2017. Parents may register their child now through August 19, 2017. The fee is $30 for City of San Bernardino residents and $33 for non-residents. Fees Include a t-shirt, picture packet, and participation award.

Volunteer coaches are needed. If you are interested in volunteering or want more information call (909) 384-5424 or email Brown_Fe@sbcity.org. Learn more at www.SBCity.org/YouthSports.

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San Bernardino Public Library Supports Footsteps2Brilliance Countywide Early Literacy Program

June 19, 2017 

The San Bernardino Public Library (SBPL) has joined in supporting a new countywide early literacy program called Footsteps2Brilliance that is part of the San Bernardino Countywide Vision2Read literacy campaign, a collective impact initiative involving multiple agencies working collaboratively to increase literacy rates among children and families in the county.

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Statement Regarding Shooting at North Park Elementary School

April 10, 2017 

This morning, the students and staff at North Park Elementary were victims of a shooting event. San Bernardino City and School Police responded immediately and are currently on scene with other local public safety agencies. We encourage the community to stay clear of the area and to keep the students, staff, and families of North Park Elementary in prayer.

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San Bernardino Quality of Life Team Wins Award from Regional Economic Development Organization

February 24, 2017 

Last night, the region’s only economic development organization, Inland Empire Economic Partnership (IEEP), recognized the San Bernardino Quality of Life Team with the Public-Private Partnership Award at their Fourth Annual Red Tape to Red Carpet Awards sponsored by J.P. Morgan Chase. The purpose of the event is to recognize agencies that have developed innovative ways to avoid bureaucratic red tape for the betterment of local economies and communities.

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