The Birthday Party is Coming! Please Help Our Scholarship Fund.
The Senior News is now Sweet 16, and you get to join in the fun! The party is about to start, and we’re inviting all of our loyal baby boomers, active adults and fun-loving seniors to join us! Thanks to our Platinum Sponsor Victor Valley Global Medical Center, it’s FREE to attend the party. We want to thank everyone for reading the Senior News all these years!
Our first birthday party is finally here! It will be on Sunday, March 30, starting at 1:30 p.m. We’re holding is BEFORE the showing of the Passport Travel Series Film, The World is Round so that attendees can stay for the film if they desire (cost $8.50).
We’ll have some refreshments to serve you, and several prizes to give away. Be sure to come out and see for yourself! We’re announcing the party in our four newspapers: Senior News, Jess Ranch Bulletin or High Desert Community News, and on our website: www.DesertNewsPost.com. If you haven’t already done so, please go to the website and sign up to receive our email notifications!
Join the Fun!
In addition to the party, all kinds of fun events are beomg planned this year, with YOU, our local seniors in mind! We’ll be throwing more parties, giving away more great stuff, and offering you more good news than ever before!
We started this website to bring you more news, faster and more often than before. You just have to go to our website: www.DesertNewsPost.com to see new articles that are posted weekly. There are also other great features on the website, like more photos from the events you like to attend. (If you’ve already looked, we want you to know that we are still working on getting the photo galleries up on the website. Please be patient, as that will be happening soon!) Did we take your photo at an event? You’ll be able to find it on our website soon.
We Now Have a Scholarship Fund!
Do you know a high school senior who is pursuing a degree in an information and communication discipline? This might be graphic design, broadcasting, video production, photography, news media, mass communication studies, or journalism. Please Consider Donating to Our Scholarship Fund!
Do you remember when you were in college? If you didn’t have parents who helped, and had to work your way through, then you’ll understand how much it means. Too many students are dropping out of college, racking up debts, and leaving this country with too few people prepared to fill the jobs of the future. As little as $10 would help a deserving student get through those tough college years. If many people donate in small amounts, it could add up to a big boost for one student, or maybe even several students. The more we raise, the more scholarships we’ll be able to give out! If you feel that this is a good cause, then please open your heart (and your pocketbook) to help make a student’s dream come true.
Donations to the fund are tax deductible through the High Desert Community Foundation.
The High Desert Community Foundation, is your community foundation! It is part of the fastest growing sectors of philanthropy in the United States today. It builds and strengthens the High Desert and Mountain communities by making it possible for a wide range of donors to create affiliate funds to meet critical community needs. Many of these funds award scholarships to students pursuing a variety of disciplines and careers. Each scholarship has it’s own application process and not all students must have perfect grades. Reviewers who selection the recipients take in many factors, such as community service experience, talents, or financial need and enter those into the final equation. Any high school student moving on to college is welcome to look over the scholarship pool offered, and submit their application.
You can go the website: www.HDCfoundation.org. Click on the Scholarthips button. You’ll find a list of the different scholarships. Make a PayPal donation. Or, mail a check to HDCF, with “Siverts Publishing” in the memo section. Mail to HDCF, P.O. Box P.O. Box 2028, Apple Valley, CA 92307, or call (760) 242-8877.