Join Team RESDC at Walk4ALZ
Saturday, October 21, 2017
Check-in 6:30am. Opening Ceremony 7:30am. Walk 8:00am.
Balboa Park, start by Hall of Champions
2131 Pan American Plaza, San Diego, CA 92101
RESDC is proud to be participating in the ‘Walk 4 Alz’ to raise awareness and funds to advance the fight against Alzheimer’s disease. The Walk4ALZ is San Diego’s largest Alzheimer’s walk. It’s the only Alzheimer’s walk where 100% of every dollar raised stays in San Diego to support free services for families and local research for a cure. The end of Alzheimer’s starts with you and this is a great way to get in a good walk and show your support for the great work done by Alzheimer’s San Diego!
As a recognized partner of Live Well San Diego, RESDC is proud to participate in this event that supports two of the three guiding principles of Live Well San Diego:
- Building Better Health calls for improving the health of all residents and supporting healthy choices
- Thriving calls for cultivating opportunities for all people and communities to grow, connect, and enjoy the highest quality of life
Register or Donate
To register, visit Team RESDC on the Walk4ALZ website and click “Join Team.” If you’re unable to participate, please consider making a $35 donation to the fundraising campaign.
AARP Foundation Experience Corps is Seeking Volunteers
AARP Foundation Experience Corps is recruiting volunteers age 50 or over to serve as reading tutors for struggling readers in grades K-3 at local elementary schools during after school.
Did you know that nearly 50% of San Diego County’s 3rd graders are not meeting state literacy standards? Children who don’t read proficiently by the end of third grade are four times more likely to leave school without a diploma compared to proficient readers. You have the opportunity to help change this statistic.
By volunteering as an AARP Foundation Experience Corps literacy mentor, you will help change the course of students’ lives. Experience Corps is a proven reading program made up of tutor’s ages 50+ who work with struggling readers in Kindergarten through 3rd grade to help them with their literacy skills. Experience Corps is currently recruiting volunteers to tutor during the after school expanded learning programs in Normal Heights, City Heights, Lemon Grove and the College area.
- No previous tutoring experience necessary
- Comprehensive training and ongoing support will be provided
- A commitment of twice a week for a full school year is preferred
- As a reading tutor, you have the opportunity to be part of the solution.
- Just a few hours in a neighborhood school can change a child’s life — and yours!
Don’t think you can make the commitment? Learn how you can still be involved as a substitute tutor!
To learn more and register for an upcoming information session, please contact Kristin Shea or Sigrid Struben at ExperienceCorpsSanDiego@theci.org or (858) 581-5880. For general information about the AARP Foundation Experience Corps, visit the AARP website.
SDCERA Retirement Seminars
SDCERA offers half-day retirement seminars each quarter. Seminars are available to active and deferred SDCERA members at any stage of their careers. Click here for more info and upcoming dates.
SDCERA Board of Retirement Meetings
The Retirement Board normally meets on the third Thursday of each month in the SDCERA Board Room, 2nd floor, at 9:00 a.m. SDCERA is located at 2275 Rio Bonito Way, Suite 200 San Diego, CA 92108-1685. Start time may change; refer to the meeting agenda. Click here for BOR meeting agendas, minutes, and videos.
2017 BOR Meetings
- Jan 19
- Feb 16
- Mar 16
- Apr 20
- May 25
- Jun 15
- Jul 20
- Aug 17
- Sep 21
- Oct 19
- Nov 16
- Dec 14
San Diego County Board of Supervisors Meetings
View information about the time and place of Board of Supervisors Meetings. A regular meeting of the Board of Supervisors is held at 9 a.m. on Tuesday and 9 a.m. on Wednesday in Room 310, located at the San Diego County Administration Center, 1600 Pacific Highway, San Diego, CA. The Wednesday meeting deals with Planning and Land Use matters. Any exceptions to the location or start time of the meeting will be shown on the Board of Supervisors’ Agenda.