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    South San Francisco, CA   September 19, 2018 via SSF Website At a recent meeting, the Beautification Committee members selected 23 nominees and 5 award winners for their annual Beautification Award Program to recognize spectacular residential and commercial landscapes. Staff and the Beautification Committee sincerely thank these residents for their continued efforts to make our community a great place to live!   Residential Nominees 2395 Tipperary Ave 66 Randolph 20 Canyon Court 1119 Morningside Ave 2990 Dublin Drive 10 Madrone 164 ValleyviewWay 216 B Street 34 Arlington Drive 105 Belmont 154 Valleyview Way 20 Amberwood 72 Calvert 724 Larch 11 Graystone Drive 401 Forest View Drive 74 Calvert 133 Valleyview 436 Dellbrook Ave Heather Heights HOA 109 Buxton 2251 Kenry Way 352 Forest View Drive   Residential Award Winners 704 Larch – Residential 437 Dellbrook Ave – Residential 123 South Magnolia – Residential 1080 Mission Road – Multi Unit 150 South Linden Avenue – Commercial Click here to see the full listing of nominees with photographs. Meetings 8:30 am Third Tuesday of the month (no meeting in February, May, November, December) Maintenance Services Building 550 North Canal Street South San Francisco, CA 94080 Members Jeanette Acosta Ricardo Benavides Dorothy Buhagiar Rich Busalacchi Margie […]

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    South San Francisco, CA   September 21, 2018  Submitted by Sara, SSF Women’s Club On Saturday, November 3 at 12:00 PM the South San Francisco Women’s Club is hosting a Soup & Salad Luncheon benefiting the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF). Juvenile Diabetes, also known as Type 1 Diabetes, usually develops in children and adolescents. People with Type 1 Diabetes are dependent on injected or pumped insulin to survive. Those afflicted must constantly monitor their blood-glucose levels to prevent serious health complications. It’s an exhausting, incurable and unpreventable disease. The JDRF is the leading global organization funding Type 1 Diabetes research, and advocates around the world for those afflicted with the disease. Please help us support this amazing organization by attending our luncheon. Contact SSFWCPublicity@gmail.com to make your reservations or to get details!

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    South San Francisco, CA   September 22, 2018 Submitted by Sharon Ranals, Director of Parks and Recreation South San Francisco Parks and Recreation Department Concert in the Park – Orange Memorial Park September 20, 2018 – 11:00 am – 4:30 am  Guidelines for Attendees   Concert in the Park 2018 is a free, public event which includes a stage for live music, small dance area in front of the stage, food and beverage concessions for sale, a free Family Fun zone with petting zoo, games, small train, free bocce lessons, and Farmer’s Market. These guidelines are intended to protect attendees from any activities or behaviors which may detract from the enjoyment of the event by others.   The Concert viewing area will be divided by a chalk line.  The area between the dance floor and the chalk line is intended for individuals seated on the ground or in low chairs, so that the view of the stage by other attendees will not be obstructed.  On the other side of the chalk line, attendees may have umbrellas, sunshades, small tents , small tables, and similar items that does not interfere with other attendees’ enjoyment of the event .  We encourage attendees to […]

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    South San Francisco, Ca    September 22, 2018  Submitted by Owen Molloy CRAZY ABOUT CARS IN COLMA Fun for all Ages from 12 noon – 4 pm, presented by the Daly City Public Library Associates Date and Time Sat, September 29, 2018   12:00 PM – 4:00 PM PDT  Add to Calendar Location Colma Community Center  1520 Hillside Boulevard  Colma, CA 94014  View Map Love cars? Immerse yourself in our crazy-fun car event. Watch our Pit Crew Challengers compete for trophy, prizes, and bragging rights! Explore the boss-cool autos and motorcycles on display. Kids can make and race their own wood car for prizes at Home Depot’s Wood Car Derby Workshop! (Limited supplies. First come, first served) Learn how to design, engineer, and program Robotics from our crack award-winning Jefferson Robotics Club. Check out an Art poster contest, Vendor Booths, Music, and Food Trucks – Buffalo Wild Wings, Softee, and Tres Truck. Free parking on street and at the Lucky Chance’s parking lot on Hillside Blvd/Serramonte Blvd. Picnic grounds and tables are available for dining during the event. *Tickets are not required for this event but your RSVP will help us plan for program supplies and food! Date and Time Sat, September […]

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    South San Francisco, CA   September 23, 2018  South San Francisco Historical Society Museum – 80 Chestnut Avenue, SSF New Exhibit – Opening September 4, 2018 – Sponsored by SSF Dept. of Parks & Recreation and Mr. Karl Rolih People have used land and water to travel this region for thousands of years. When indigenous communities first settled here, they followed and creat­ ed footpaths enabling them to harvest food, hunt local game, trade, and even marry neighboring villagers. During the Spanish period, colonizers created pathways to connect their missions, pueblos, and presidios. They used the trails created by Portola and Anza to form El Camino Real, or the “King’s High­way,” linking Alta California’s 21 missions. Mission Road served as the main entry point for travelers and farmers in San Mateo County for much of the 19th century. In 1857, the county issued its first building permit to the Twelve Mile House-an establishment that served stagecoach travelers journeying be­ tween San Francisco and San Jose. All of these footpaths, waterways, and roads eventually became the blueprints for South San Francisco’s streets and highways.    

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    South San Francisco, CA   September 23, 2018 Jeri Ward of Park and Recreation’s Aquatics Program is retiring after 40 years as Orange Memorial Pool’s day­ time cashier. If you have ever gone swimming at the pool on a weekday over the past four decades, odds are the first person to welcome you with one of the warmest smiles you have ever seen was Jeri Ward. Last year Jeri received a Certificate of Recognition from City Council for her outstanding contributions to the community for 39 years, and she is now retiring after her 40th year with the City. The Aquatics family, along with the Parks and Recreation Department, will be sad to see Jeri go, but we will be celebrating her career and retirement. Refreshments will be provided. Please  RSVP  with  Aquatics  Supervisor,  Devin  Stenhouse  at devin.stenhouse@ssf.net or (650) 875-6959.  Everyone welcome!  

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