COMMUNITY EVENTS AND OPPORTUNITIES
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Community
Heartsaver
CPR
Saturday
APRIL
20
th
Mulch
Giveaway
Come get
FREE
mulch and compost
created by City tree trimmings for
Ontario Residents Only!
Time:
8:00am to 2:00pm
We encourage you to
arrive early for this
first come-first-serve event
When: Saturday, April 13
Where:
1400 S. Cucamonga Avenue
Between Belmont and Francis
(West side of the street)
Bring your own container and shovel.
Using Mulch in your garden helps the environment:
Conserves water
Adds nutrients to the soil
Natural method to prevent weed growth
“Closes the loop” by reusing trimmings in the yard.
For more information call the
Recycling Hotline
at
(909) 395-2040
.
THE CITY OF ONTARIO
Community Emergency Response Team
CERT
The City of Ontario
CERT
(Community Emergency Response Team)
training
helps the community to work together to respond to
disasters.
CERT
provides specialized lectures, videos, and hands-on
training in nine modules that may be needed if emergency responders
are delayed due to the size and scope of the emergency/disaster
situation. Attend all three days/nine modules to complete the course.
Class: Saturday, April 13
Where: Ontario Convention Center,
2000 E. Convention Center Way
Call:
9:00am – 6:00pm
For:
Ontario Residents & Employees, Ages 18 and Older
Cost:
Register: First-come, first-in basis. Space is limited.
online at
Call
HandsOn Inland Empire
at
909-980-2857
ext 227
for registration information. For
CERT
information, contact Charity Hernandez, Interim
Emergency Manager, at
909-395-2289
or
.
Where: Ontario Fire Department
425 East B Street
When:
Saturday, April 20
Time:
8:00am – 12:00pm
Pre-registration:
Pre-registration is required.
Register at the
Ontario Fire Department
425 East B Street
Pre-registration Time:
7:00am – 6:00pm,
Monday – Thursday
Cost:
$40 per person
CPR provided immediately after sudden cardiac arrest, can
double or triple a victim’s chance of survival. The City of
Ontario is offering certified
Heartsaver CPR
classes.
For more information, please call
(909) 395-2533.
Become involved
in a program that
would allow for
future employment
opportunities. Job
skills provided will
allow for personal
growth to be applied in the
Ontario Recreation
and Community Services Department
and
other professional environments.
Areas of certification include:
Sports Programming
Information Management
Special Event Coordination
Youth Activity Development
All interested participants between the
ages of 14 – 17
are
encouraged to apply by
Friday, March 29 by 4:00pm
. There is a
limited enrollment and all qualified applicants will be invited to
take part in an oral interview. For more information, or to receive
an application, contact
Tony Villalobos
at the
Dorothy A Quesada
Community Center
at
(909) 930-3344
.
Spring/Summer
Session
2013
Volunteer Internship
Program
Recreational Marketing
Older Adult Awareness
Facility and Field Allocation
Pre-School Planning
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