San Diego

🌱Kudos UCSD + Bikers/Butterflies🦋 + Safe Driving Teens + Surf Pups🐕

Morning, everybody! It’s me, Bettyann Pernice, your host of the San Diego Daily — right here to let what’s occurring on the town. Take a glance:

Patchy fog,🌤️ then solar. High: 78, Low: 67.

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Here are 4 of the highest tales at present in San Diego:

  1. It has been acknowledged as one of the crucial progressive universities within the nation. It was named the third greatest college in accordance with the Forbes 2022 America’s Top Colleges checklist. Now, it has been named eighth Best Public University by U.S. News & World Report. Our personal University of California🎓 San Diego (UCSD) is a winner! “UC San Diego continues to be recognized as one of the nation’s leading public universities, committed to access, affordability and student success,” mentioned Chancellor Pradeep Okay. Khosla. “This ranking not only speaks volumes about the caliber of education we offer, but also about the growing impact of our innovative academic support programs and specialized wrap-around student services.” To study extra: Click into parenthesis, then click on the hyperlink. (University of California San Diego)
  2. These bikers combat holocaust ignorance by way of their🦋butterflies. They train social justice by way of classes of the Holocaust. They communicate of the hazards of hatred and bigotry, they usually encourage empathy and social duty by way of training, the humanities, and memorials. Their college students have painted greater than 300K ceramic butterflies that are displayed as symbols of hope and resilience as a method of connecting with youngsters who perished through the Holocaust. “We’re trying to get across to the kids that you have to speak up, when someone is being treated poorly, when there’s injustice,” mentioned co-founder of the project, Jan Landau. “It’s our responsibility to stand up for those people. That’s the goal of it.” To study extra: Click into parenthesis, then click on the hyperlink. (Times of San Diego)
  3. On Sunday, 72 San Diego teenagers participated in B.R.A.Okay.E.S. — a free nationwide defensive🚗driving program. Founded in 2018 by racing champion, Doug Herbert, this system goals to show teenagers how one can stop crashes. The program has educated over 100K teenagers. Want to enroll your teen? If so, you possibly can register your teen now. To study extra: Click into parenthesis, then click on the hyperlink. (CBS News 8)
  4. Good information! You can nonetheless register your pup and your self for the seventeenth Annual Surf🐕Dog Surf-A-Thon on Sept. 18. Over 70 ‘SurFurs’ are anticipated to compete on the occasion which can happen at Dog Beach in Del Mar. Proceeds from the occasion shall be donated to the Helen Woodward Animal Center in Rancho Santa Fe. Winners are eligible for prizes for his or her people. Entries begin at $55. The occasion is free. To study extra: Click into parenthesis, then click on the hyperlink. (Times of San Diego)

Today in San Diego:

  • Reverse Mortgage Explained — San Diego Oasis. (10 a.m.)
  • Music🎶and Motion — MountainView/Beckwourth Branch Library. (11:30 a.m.)
  • Bridge Club — Carmel Valley Branch Library. (Noon)
  • Tech Help Sessions — San Diego Public Library/Central Library.(1 p.m.)
  • Kamishibai StoryBox🎭Theatre — Scripps Miramar Ranch Library Center. (3 p.m.)
  • DO YOUR HOMEWORK @ THE LIBRARY — Linda Vista Branch Library. (3 p.m.)

From my pocket book:

  • San Diego Botanic Garden: “Most of the drugs on the market were either developed from medicinal🌿plants or have had their chemistry modified based on structures that came from those plants, explains Benjamin Naman, PhD, the Garden’s newly-hired Director of Medicinal Plants Research.” (San Diego Botanic Garden via Facebook)
  • San Diego Central Library: “Are you ready for Banned📚Books Week? We sure are! READ ON FOR A CHANCE TO WIN A FREE BANNED BOOK WEEK MUG, GIFT CARD(S), AND MORE! This year, we will be hosting a Banned Book bingo at the Central Library alongside a virtual social media raffle.” (San Diego Central Library via Facebook)
  • San Diego Humane Society: “It’s true, you “Can’t Buy Me Love” — but we did take a few of The🐕Beagles on a little shopping spree to see what they could find! The pups had their pick of anything they wanted in the store, and, to our surprise, what they wanted most was attention! (From people and pets alike.)” (San Diego Humane Society via Facebook)
  • Feeding San Diego: “We are incredibly grateful to have received a $50,000 grant from Chick-fil-A to increase access to nutritious😋food for children and their families. These funds will help grow our school pantry program to ensure that San Diego families have the nutritious food they need to thrive.” (Feeding San Diego via Facebook)

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Now you are within the loop and able to begin this Tuesday off proper! I’ll see you round.

Bettyann Pernice

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