Photo Feature Archive
Photo Feature Archive
5/5/10 - Ribbon-cutting at Crawford Educational Complex
Councilmember Marti Emerald was joined by fellow Councilmember Todd Gloria at the May 3rd ribbon-cutting ceremony at Crawford Educational Complex. Crawford Students are in the Youth Build Program and proudly showed both public officials the greenhouse they designed and constructed on campus to serve as an extension of the school's community garden.
5/5/10 - Race for the Playground!
On the cool morning of Sunday, May 2nd the Lake Murray Playground Project held a Race for the Playground to raise funds toward this important project. Over 260 walkers and runners preregistered but after the on- site registrations were tallied, that number ballooned to 415.
4/27/10 Barry Zito Day in San Diego
San Diego native and San Francisco Giants pitcher Barry Zito was front and center at City Council to be honored with a day named in his honor for his many works in philanthropy, most notably "Strikeouts For Troops," a non-profit organization Zito founded 5 years ago.
4/26/10 - First Lady Visits City Heights
The sun was shining, temperatures in the middle 60s, and the mood was upbeat as the national spotlight shone on the New Roots Community Garden in City Heights. The guest speaker was First Lady Michelle Obama who made a surprise visit to San Diego to help promote Let's Move, her national campaign against childhood obesity which was launched in February.
4/26/10 - Living Wage 5th Anniversary
It's been 5 years since the Living Wage Ordinance was passed, giving many San Diegans a better opportunity to support themselves and their families.
4/26/10 - Rolando Street Fair
The Rolando Community Council picked a perfect day for the 14th Annual Rolando Street Fair. On Sunday, March 28th, hundreds of families came out to enjoy the food, crafts, and fun in the many booths which lined Rolando Boulevard.
4/26/10 - Crawford High School Led the County in the "MLK Jr. Freedom from Hunger Drive"
At the Laurel's for Leaders ceremony on February 16, 2010, Crawford High School's Associated Student Body was awarded a check for $1,500 to commend them for their success and dedication to collecting the most food of a high school in San Diego County.