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Women’s Improvement Club of Corona (WICC) is one of the oldest non-profit clubs in Corona and it’s clubhouse on the corner of Main and Eleventh [MAP] is Celebrating its Centennial this Saturday.
The club was started in 1888 and since then has had a deep history in the establishment of Corona. This Saturday, May 4, 2013 along with the Corona Historic Preservation Society’s Vintage Home Tour the WICC will be commemorating the 100 year anniversary of their clubhouse and will be open to view along the Vintage Home Tour route.
You may have noticed this clubhouse for many years as you take a drive up Main Street in Corona. Continue reading…
The Corona Rotary will be hosting its fourth Annual Lobsterfest next month and they expect to see a sell-out crowd of 1,000 people. The evening’s event will be held at Fender Museum [MAP] on May 18, 2013. The dinner is an all you can eat affair that includes steak and Maine lobster flown in for the event, along with all the usual trimmings
Corona Rotary is part of Rotary International and is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) local service club organization that has been active in the community since 1923. Since that time, it has contributed more than $2 million to numerous local, national, and international programs. Continue reading…
Spring break is here and the annual Spring Break Carnival at Corona High School [MAP] is bound to be an event your entire family can enjoy together.
The carnival will host several types of venders, from games, to rides, and tasty foods; there will be fun for everyone.
This family event will have rides for all ages, game booths for friendly competition, and a chance to take home a prize or two. Some of the several food venders you can expect include street tacos, kettle corn, smoothies, shave ice, barbequed hamburgers and hotdogs, and of course it wouldn’t be a carnival without funnel cake! Continue reading…
Interested in having your children and teens continue learning over summer break? Premier Learning Choices 2013 Summer Enrichment Courses are now available for registration.
Premier Learning Choices (PLC) is an exciting, new non-profit organization which serves families in our surrounding communities. Beginning June 3, 2013, PLC will offer a variety of fee-based enrichment courses for students entering grades 1-6 and 9-12
PLC’s mission is to enhance student learning while providing financial support to teachers and CNUSD staff. Monies raised by Premier Learning Choices are given to the Corona-Norco Schools Educational Foundation (CNSEF), which has given over $500,000 to teachers and CNUSD staff since 2009 in areas where budget-cuts have hit hardest: interventions, technology, sports, music, and the arts. Continue reading…
Soroptimist International of Corona is Announcing the Women of Significance Award, which is a very special event honoring the women in our lives and in our community. Soroptimist International of Corona is seeking nominations for six women who will be recognized in the categories of:
We know that there are many women in your life who have demonstrated these qualities and who truly deserve recognition: A teacher who’s innovative teaching methods have made a world of difference in your child’s life or a woman who has shown tremendous courage by stepping out of her comfort zone, either by choice or by circumstance, and faced a challenge with grace and dignity. Continue reading…
The YMCA is currently offering FREE Toddler, Preschool, and School-Age childcare programs available in the Corona, Norco, and Riverside areas to qualified families.
The Corona-Norco Family YMCA offers quality Full Day and Part Day Child Care for toddlers through School Age students, enabling parents and family members to go to work knowing their children are in safe, stimulating environments.
With so many demands on today’s families and the increased focus on early brain development, families need all the support they can get to nurture the potential of youth. That’s why child care and early learning programs at the Y focus on holistically nurturing child development by providing a safe and healthy place to learn foundational skills, develop healthy trusting relationships, and build self-reliance through the Y values of caring, honesty, respect, and responsibility. Continue reading…