Church visits tout college education
CSU Monterey Bay President Eduardo Ochoa and Provost Kathy Cruz-Uribe will visit local churches on Saturday and Sunday to spread the word about the importance of going to college.
Cruz-Uribe will visit the Seaside Community Seventh-Day Adventist church at 10:50 a.m. Saturday. Ochoa will speak at Greater Victory Temple at 11:05 a.m. Sunday about the importance of getting a degree.
After the services, CSUMB staff members and church education advisers will provide information about applications and admissions.
For information, call 582-3738.
Professor speaks about Ord monument
CSU-Monterey Bay professor Bill Weigle speaks about "Fort Ord National Monument: A Local Treasure" at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Peace Resource Center, 1364 Fremont Blvd.
The free public presentation is hosted by Sustainable Seaside.
For information, call 899-8560, or see www.sustainablemontereycounty.org
Artists sought for AFRP nightstand fundraiser
Artists are being called on to create unique nightstands to be auctioned for a fundraiser for Animal Friends Rescue Project.
The fundraiser, called "One Nightstand," is being organized by Blessings Boutique at 620 Lighthouse Ave. There is a $10 entry fee per nightstand.
A commitment form and entry fee must be submitted to the shop by Feb. 20. The auction is April 20.