🌱 SD Primary Guide + Uptick: COVID-19 + $5K To Warrior Workshops

Happy Tuesday, people of San Diego! Let’s get you all caught up on what’s happening locally to start today off on an informed note.

First, today’s weather:

Breezy in the afternoon. High: 72, Low: 57.

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Here are four of the top stories in San Diego today:

  1. June primary election ballots will be arriving in your mailbox soon. Find out who is running for election and the positions they want to fill. Learn about the candidates experience and the goals they want to achieve if they are elected. Find out how the San Diego Bar Association ranks the qualifications of candidates running for County Superior Court Judge. Check out the San Diego Primary Election Guide! To learn more: Click into parenthesis, then click the link. (Voice of San Diego)
  2. Cases of COVID-19 are up! why? What we’ve been seeing nationally, and also in Southern California, is an increase in cases,” said Dr. Cameron Kaiser, deputy public health officer for the County of San Diego. “What we’re trying to figure out is whether this is another arise of omicron, or something else. I know we certainly have plenty of omicron still circulating.” The number of cases in San Diego County are rising. The future is uncertain. “I know people are really tired of COVID. There’s a whole bunch of pandemic fatigue that’s set in, and that’s real, but that also doesn’t mean that it goes away,” said Dr. Kaiser. “The minute you let your guard down, you could be the next one. Just be careful and that’s the best takeaway message that people can have.” To learn more: Click into parenthesis, then click the link. (CBSNews8)
  3. The Rotary Club of Del Mar has donated $5K to Workshops for Warriors (WFW). The WFW program teaches veterans skills such as machining and welding and helps them transition from military to civilian life. In an intensive four-month training program, veterans earn credits and become eligible for jobs at General Dynamics NASSCO, BAE Systems, Boeing, Ford, and Space X. The program has produced nearly 1,000 graduates who will replace workers in the manufacturing sector who are about to retire. To learn more: Click into parenthesis, then click the link. (Del Mar Times)
  4. Looking for a job? See what is available in San Diego right now. Jobs in warehousing, customer services, trucking, administration, sales, and operations are available right now. Take a look. Yyou may find a job that is perfect for you! To learn more: Click into parenthesis, then click the link. (San DiegoPatch)

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Today in San Diego:

  • Live Interactive Video Preschool/Kindergarten Storytime with Mr. Luan β€” Linda Vista Branch Library. (10:30 a.m.)
  • Social Security β€” San Diego Oasis, Grossmont. (1 pm)
  • DO YOUR HOMEWORK @ THE LIBRARY β€”San Ysidro Branch Library. (3 p.m.)
  • Let’s Taco ‘Bout It – Virtual β€” San Diego Youth & Community Services. (5 pm)
  • Be Ready to Save a Life with Hands-Only CPR β€”Mission Valley Library. (6 p.m.)
  • Peaceful in PJ’s Storytime β€” Riford/La Jolla Branch Library (6 p.m.)

From my notebook:

  • San Diego Humane Society: “Thank you to all of our incredibly generous sponsors for making the Walk for Animals β€” San Diego such a lifesaving success! Their support will help us be there for the more than 40,000 animals in need this year. Together, we’re creating a more humane San Diego!” (Facebook)
  • San Diego Central Library: “Go Behind the Desk at San Diego Public Library and take a look at our latest Recommended Reads published in The San Diego Union-Tribune. This week’s review comes from Library Assistant 3, Cora Womble-Miesner. She recommends Katherine Faw’s 2017 novel, Ultraluminous , her second novel after 2014’s breakout literary success Young God.” (Facebook)

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You’re officially in the loop for today. I’ll see you soon!

β€” Bettyann Pernice

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