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  • Friday, May 12, 2006


    Metro TALK

    A community service of the Greater Orange Communities Organization

    Emergency Medical Service Week May 14-21
    The Orange County Health Care Agency's Emergency Medical Services plan a week of public information and outreach about the many vital emergency services and trainings that are available throughout Orange County. Most EMS Week events are open to the public and focus on various injury prevention topics and education in various ways to keep ourselves and our families safe from harm. EMS Week will culminate in an opportunity to honor and celebrate Orange County's Emergency Services personnel at a Family Day tailgate celebration at Angel Stadium of Anaheim before the Saturday, May 27, 2006 Angel vs Baltimore Orioles game.

    EMS Week is a partnership between the Orange County Health Care Agency's Emergency Medical Services and the Orange County Fire Chiefs Association, the Orange County Fire Authority, Orange Fire Department, Anaheim Fire Department, Orange County Sheriff's Department, the American Red Cross-Orange County Chapter, Garden Grove Police Department, Orange County SAFE KIDS and the Ambulance Association of Orange County.

    CLICK ON For more information on the following events:
    Gun Safety (Orange O.C. Sheriff Training Center)

    Bike to Work Week

    Drowning and Pool Safety:

    Senior Injury Prevention Conference

    Fire Safety Day 2006

    Saddleback Memorial Marathon and 5K

    Super CPR Saturday Angel Stadium

    Family Tailgate and Angel Game

    For a complete list of all EMS WEEK events allover Orange County CLICK ON:

    What if they held an election, but nobody worked the polls?

    The Orange County Registrar of Voters is inviting you to turn your patriotic words and feelings into patriotic action by working on one of the most American institutions, an election.

    Precinct workers and Precinct Officers are needed. A small honorarium is paid for the training and working on Election Day. High school students are welcome to work for class or community service credit, and yes, they receive an honorarium too.

    Please see the links below for more information:
    High School Students CLICK ON:

    General Poll Working information CLICK ON:

    ONLINE Poll worker application CLICK ON:

    Mayor Murphy Sings His Way into Blogs
    If you missed City of Orange Mayor Murphy at the Orange Library Fund Raiser, or in Supervisor Campbell’s Third District Newsletter, just click on below to see the “King” of Mayors strumming away on the influential OC Blog.

    OC Blog:

    Third District Newsletter photos:

    Metro TALK is a community service of the
    Greater Orange Communities Organization

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