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Brisbane Lions Club

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The Brisbane Lions Club is once again taking applications for their Scholastic Achievement Awards, with awards ranging from $500 to $2,500.  Last year, they were able to direct a total of $25,000 to 23 deserving students.  Please click here for the application.  Applications, along with an official grades transcript and reference letters, are due by Thursday, April 11, 2013.  For any questions, please contact the Brisbane Lions Club at brisbanelionscholars@gmail.com.  Best of luck to all!

Signboard Postings

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Posted 2/13/2013


John A. Gilbrech
"Big John"
Gil's Oly (aka Gil's ARCO)
Svcs:  Sat., Feb. 16, 1 pm, 348 Visitacion


Posted 2/7/2013


Brisbane Parks & Recreation Dept.
Youth Spring Camp
May 25 - April 5, Reg. Opens Feb. 5
Information 508-2140

Brisbane Youth Baseball

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Practices for Spring 2013 Brisbane Youth Baseball season are tentatively set to begin on Monday, February 25th.  For the 7 - 8 year old Boys & Girls Pinto League, the roster is full but only a few more sign-ups are needed in order for two teams to be formed, which would allow all of the 7 - 8 year olds who want to play the opportunity to do so!  So, if you haven't already signed them up, check out the flyer and register them online by clicking here or in the Recreation Office (2nd Fl. or City Hall).

Adult Open Gym Basketball

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Due to it being Lipman Science Fair Week, Adult Open Gym Basketball will not be available on Wednesday, February 6th, but will return the following week, Wednesday, Februrary 13th.  Thank you for your kind understanding!

February 2013 CITY NEWS

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Click here or the image to view the February 2013 CITY NEWS.

Farmers' Market Recipe

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It was a beautiful day at the famers' market yesterday - thank you to all who support the market by stopping by there on a weekly basis.  The vendors thank you, too!  We can't wait until Februrary when more fruits and vegetables will be season, and the berry flats are back!  But, there are plenty of creative dishes that can be concocted with many of the items you currently see at the farmers market.  Check out this recipe from Brisbane Planning Commissioner Karen Cunningham who loves to experiment in the kitchen and eat wholesome, colorful dishes!

An Important Reminder

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Residential burglaries  are on the rise thoughout San Mateo County, and can occur even in Brisbane.  Unsecured doors and windows continue to be the favorite method of entry for these  criminals.  Always lock your car doors and front door when you leave your residence,  even if you are home.  Criminals will frequently check for unlocked or unsecured doors; don't be a victim in your own home.  If you should see a suspicious person, try to get a good description of them.  This would include clothing, direction of travel, their car make and model, and if possible, license plate.  Immediately call the Brisbane Police Department at (415) 467-1212.  Please do not take matters into your own hands.  Be aware of your surroundings at all times, reporting any suspicious persons or activity to the Police as soon as possible.

Signboard Postings

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Posted 1/25/2013

 

12th Annual
Brisbane Artists
Evening of Sharing
Sat., Feb. 2, 7:30 pm, Mission Blue Ctr.


Brisbane Lions Club
Benefit Crab Dinner
Sat., Feb 9, 6 pm, Mission Blue Ctr.
Tickets/Info:  (415)269-7895 or
brisbanelionsclub@gmail.com

 

Posted 1/23/2013



Low Income Senior Housing
Apartment Available - #3 Inyo St.
Call 415-330-9252 for Info


In Loving Memory Of
Theodore Sailor
1920-2013
Svcs:  Fri., Feb 1, 10 - Noon Sky Lawn Cemetery

 

Honoring Sepi Richardson

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On Tuesday, February 19th, the City Council will honor Sepi for her 15 years of service on the Brisbane City Council.  The celebration will begin at 7:00pm in the Community Meeting Room, transitioning to a reception which will be held within City Hall.  The City Council will re-convene to discuss city business following the reception.  Please click the flyer to view its full-sized version with larger text.

Summit Shasta High School

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Residents have expressed interest in establishing a high school within the City, and planning for the Baylands has included discussions about a possible high school.  Meanwhile, Summit Public School: Shasta, a 9-12 school, will be opening in the fall of 2013 and serve students in the Jefferson Union High School District. They will be opening with a class of 100 ninth graders and add one grade per year.

Summit Shasta is now accepting applications. For questions about Summit Shasta or the application process, please contact:

Executive Director Caitlyn Herman
cherman@summitps.org