COMMUNITY BRIEFS – Feb. 20, 2015


Congratulations to forensic winners
The following are regional competition winners:

Junior International Thespian Society:
– 1st Place, Monologue: Kelvin Wolf

Primary Grade Forensic Conference:
– 1st Place, Duo Interpretation: Jonathan Wolf and Lars Wolf

– 3rd Place, Humorous Interpretation: Jonathan Wolf

– 3rd Place, Readers Forum: Lars Wolf

Group to celebrate Int’l Mother Language Day

The Bangladesh Cultural Group will be celebrating the International Mother Language Day on Saturday, Feb. 21, at the American Memorial Park’s Visitors Center auditorium, from 7pm to 9:30pm. International Mother Language Day is an observance held annually on Feb. 21 worldwide to promote awareness of linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. It was first announced by UNESCO on Nov. 17, 1999. The Bangladesh Cultural Group will mark the occasion with cultural performances and speeches. For more information, contact Rakibul Islam, president of the Bangladesh Cultural Group, at 483-4448 or Habib Ullah Badal, secretary, at 287-6065. (PR)

Become a certified caregiver

The Ayuda Network, Inc./Commonwealth Respite Service Program is inviting family caregivers, child and adult daycare, and respite care providers to participate in a series of trainings in February and March 2015.

If you are interested in becoming a certified caregiver or provider for CRSP, call Ayuda Network, Inc. at 234-7469, 989-2576, or 287-0232, or email your reservation at: or to reserve your slot. Available slots are limited to first come, first serve and the deadline will be on Feb. 23, 2015.

For more information, call the Ayuda Network, Inc. or stop by at the office in Chalan Kanoa next door to Karidat Social Services between 7:30am and 4:30pm. (PR)

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