On Thursday September 3rd 2015 from 3:30pm – 6:00pm, CPJMA will be hosting its yearly Back to School Resource Fair. Community partners and businesses are invited to share information with families about who they are, and what each organization has to offer. CPJMA is looking for business/organizations to set up a booth for this event! This will be a great opportunity to promote your company to 200+ families in the Pacific Beach/Mission Bay community. Below are the details for a booth.
Resource Fair Booth Information:
* Your booth space is FREE, but you provide your own 10 x 10 canopy, tables, chairs
* Load in time for your booths will begin at 2:00 pm.
* You should staff your booth from 3:00pm to 6:00pm
* You may use your booth to promote your organization, programs, upcoming events, or services. Providing a kid friendly game, activity, or raffle are always fun.
* One week prior to the event, I will email you to confirm your attendance.
CPJMA is a non-profit, public school, with San Diego Unified School District. There will be food for purchase and entertainment; booths operated by local community groups and schools; and student performances. If you are interested in reserving a booth, please contact Catalina Valenzuela (Event Coordinator) at email@example.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>. You may also reach Mrs. Valenzuela at 619-227-7383.
Come join us for our monthly meetings at Crown Point Junior Music Academy!
We hold our monthly meetings every 3rd Wednesday of the month at 6:30pm. Below is a list of our upcoming guest speakers!!!
August 19th, we will have the Red Cross speaking on how to prepare for a natural disaster.
Sept. 16th Fred Zuckerman (The CAPP Program) Program to prevent
“Party Houses” continuing in our neighborhoods.
Oct.21st. Friends of Mission Bay Marshes
Nov. 18th Brian Elliott. (San Diego’s Climate Change Plan)
Dec. Dark No meeting.
The Pacific Beach Town Council, DiscoverPB and The Pacific Beach Planning Group began community meetings with Decobike over a year ago as a directive from the City of San Diego.
Decobike proposed a number of stations that removed street parking and stations directly in front or near local bike shops. We were able to relocate some stations and also proposed other workable locations.
All community groups were opposed to these locations. We need the community to help oppose placing commercial bikes stations on our boardwalk. The coummunity should also support our local bike shops.