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Seniors 65 and over needed for commercial

ACTIVE SENIORS 65+
CASTING COMMERCIAL FOR HEALTH COMPANY

We are searching for ACTIVE SENIORS 65+ who are in the greater Los Angeles area to appear in a television commercial for Scan Health Plan.

NO ACTING EXPERIENCE REQUIRED!

We’re looking for ALL TYPES OF SENIORS – whether you’re single, in a couple, or part of a senior group (social group, yoga, tai chi, chess, table tennis, lawn bowling, gardening, potter, book club, etc.) – whatever your situation, we want to hear from you!

Auditions:  June 28th through July 9th, 2017
Shoot: Sometime between July 25th and July 28th, 2017
Pay:  $250 for a couple hours of your time
Usage:  Internet for 1 year, Local broadcast and cable (LA/SD/SF markets only) 10/1/17 until 12/7/17.

TO SUBMIT:
Be sure to mention you heard about this from Jeff Gund at INFOLIST.com for priority consideration, and email ALL the information requested below to:
tiffanypersonscasting@gmail.com
Be sure to include:
1.  Your name (first and last)
2.  Age
3.  Contact phone number
4.  If you are submitting as a couple, or senior group/class, let us know about the other people you are submitting with.
5.  Recent photo(s) of yourself (or group if available) (jpg format please)
6.  Be sure to mention you heard about this from Jeff Gund at INFOLIST.comfor priority consideration!
TO RECEIVE NOTICES LIKE THIS WITH MORE INFO ON ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY JOBS, OPPORTUNITIES, AND EVENTS:
Just go to www.INFOLIST.com and click Register!

RSVP for the Spanish Class

Hello all,

Thank you Rosalind for extending to me the opportunity to teach the Spanish class at the Reseda Church of Christ. My style of instruction will be interactive teaching. I will provide handouts in lieu of having to purchase a book. Please bring to class something to take notes (iPad, laptop, notepad) and binder or a folder for the handouts.

 

Feel free to call me with any question, my phone number is (562) 607- 5838. I look forward to meeting you in class on Wednesday!!

 

Regards,

 

Jeanette Ayala

 

CLASS INFORMATION:

 

Date:            a Wednesday, June 28, 2017

 

Time:           6:00 pm  – 8:00 pm

 

Address:

Reseda Church of Christ

7806 Reseda Blvd

Reseda, CA 91335

 

Church Phone Number: 818-342-4755

**** Food Pantry Available to All – Please share with others

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I just want to share a food pantry I came across yesterday in assisting a client and it’s open to anyone. Regardless of income.

You pay them $30 and tell them whether or not you want beef, pork, and/or chicken. They go and fill like three big boxes full of food that is a great bargain. There’s frozen chicken, pork chops, and I guess if you choose beef there would be probably roasts or something. Lots of eggs: Brown and Egglands Best. 1% milk, several cartons. You select fruit and vegetables. There’s bread and dairy products, pastries, cakes etc.  Some of the items appear to have short expiration dates probably due to grocery stores needing to get them off of their shelves I believe.

But it is a tremendous bargain.  It’s like 140-200 pounds of groceries. It says it’s enough to feed a family of 7 for a week. But if your family is much smaller, then it would go much longer.  They are open Monday – Saturday from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm. They also sell a few items there, I believe some of them may be used.

The address is Community Distribution Center 11350 Saticoy St, Sun Valley, CA 91352. The number seems like it’s not a good one, but for what it’s worth it’s 818-759-0616.

If you know of anyone who would use this info, please share it with them.  Before going grocery shopping, hit this place up and then minimize the amount that needs to come out of pocket.

Suggestion:  If you want to assist someone with just a small investment, for $30 you can help a struggling family to eat and get a tax write off for your generosity.

Rosalind Scarbrough, President

San Fernando Valley (SFV) NAACP
P.O. Box 922092
Sylmar, CA 91392-2092
818-822-3320 cell
RozScarb@aol.com

www.sfvnaacp.com

Welcome to The San Fernando Valley NAACP Branch 1064

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The San Fernando Valley Branch, NAACP (1064) of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is a not-for-profit association promoting civil rights advocacy across the entire San Fernando Valley. Our mission is to foster civil and human rights protection and equality among all of the citizens of this vast geographic area. The San Fernando Valley Branch, NAACP achieves that mission by representing the citizens of the valley in their pursuit of equity and fairness in education, health care, economics, politics, and labor; and by providing vital information and services to individuals and groups throughout the local communities served by the Branch that relate to the protection of their civil and human rights.

The San Fernando Valley Branch, NAACP  and its Youth Council acts on behalf of and in close concert with the people of the community; (1) to envision and develop an infrastructure of effective educational, economic, health, and political  leadership and governance in the San Fernando Valley communities; (2) to establish a structure and environment that allows all citizens to reach their fullest potential; (3) to provide accountability reports for the community on the performance of academic and educational institutions, businesses, and the elected officials serving the area, and to serve as the key community advocate for those nameless and disenfranchised individuals whom they serve.

Founded in 1955, the San Fernando Valley Branch, NAACP is one of the community’s oldest and largest advocacy organizations. Its’ more than 200 adult and youth members throughout the Valley and surrounding areas are foremost advocates for social justice, equal opportunity and civil rights in their respective valley communities. Under the direction of new leadership for 2011, the strategic objectives of the officers and Executive Committee and general membership will be to conduct ongoing voter registration and Branch membership drives and sponsor education and political awareness campaigns; and monitor equal opportunity, access, and civil and human rights protection in the public and private sector throughout the city, state, and local communities served by the Branch.

I am extremely humbled and privileged to serve the San Fernando Valley Branch, NAACP as President.