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blood-driveCajon High School is holding a blood drive to benefit LifeStream on Tuesday, June 17, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Each blood donation can help save a life with their blood and raise funds for the Cajon Cowboy football team. Blood donors must be at least 15 years old. Those under 18 years must have permission from a parent or guardian. Cajon High School is located at 1200 W. Hill Drive in San Bernardino. For more information, call Audrey Reisenhofer, Associated Student Body director, at (909) 881-8120. For more information about LifeStream, visit https://www.lstream.org.

The Grand Opening of “The Club”

THE GRAND OPENING of “THE CLUB, an Interactive theatrical production, invites the community out this Father’s Day, June 15th from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. to watch the production. This event will be presented by DeVeaux Entertainment., Sun Lion Productions. and Generations Model Company at the Historical Landmark, Maverick’s Flat, 4225 Crenshaw Boulevard in Los Angeles (90008). It features acting, modeling, comedy, poetry, live art, singing and dancing.

The theme is set in 1978 with icons such as Ike and Tina Turner (Ikkor and Felice LeVair), Diana Ross (ALLJAHe), and several others who will be sharing their stories of overcoming adversity on their road to success. This is an interactive, comedic play where guests are encouraged to come dressed in 70’s attire as they blast to the past in this 70’s Theme Production.

The Maverick’s Flat is a  theatrical caravan of 45 cast members performing for One-Night-Only! Tickets start are $20 ($15 in advance). For more information, call or text DeVeaux at (323) 445-8277.

Suicide and Bullying Multi-Cultural Awareness Forum

ONTARIO, CA- All county departments, community and faith based organizations, and community members who are interested in gaining knowledge on Suicide and Bullying as a universal topic and on a multi-cultural dimension in an effort to increase awareness are invited to come out to the Suicide and Bullying Multi-Cultural Awareness Forum being presented by the Cultural-Specific Committees of the Department of Behavioral Health (DBH) in partnership with Riverside – San Bernardino County Indian Health Inc.

The forum will include keynote presentations by Dulce Peña, JD, MAOD, MA, PCC; Arnold Thomas, MSW; and Patti Cotton, MA, MAOD, PCC. Along with the keynote presentations,  ten culturally specific breakout sessions and a treatment based suicide and bullying awareness panel.

The purpose of the Suicide and Bullying Multi-Cultural Awareness Forum is to promote awareness education and further understanding of suicide and bullying on both a universal and multi-cultural level and to encourage mental wellness when dealing with these sensitive topics.

The forum will be held on Wednesday, June 18 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Double Tree by Hilton – Empire Ballroom located at 222 N. Vineyard Avenue in Ontario (91764). For additional information, questions, or interpretation/translation needs please contact Imo Momoh at (909) 252-4069 or 711 for TTY users.