Saturday, January 20, 2018

Community

5th Annual Hot Rod Halloween Fall Festival at Hesperia Civic Plaza Park

HESPERIA, CA:(VVNEWS.com)– Route 103.1 KVFG, Hesperia Recreation and Park District and the City of Hesperia are hosting the 5th annual Hot Rod Halloween Saturday, October 29, 2016 at Hesperia Civic Plaza Park. This annual event is family-friendly for parents and children. Come out and enjoy food vendors, carnival games, classic car show, costume parade, and trick or treating. Festivities will …

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Registration Open for 6th Annual Hesperia Citizen’s Academy

Hesperia, California –The Hesperia Citizen’s Academy offers a great opportunity for residents and business owners to learn about how municipal governments operate and gain a better understanding of day-to-day operations at the City of Hesperia. The 8-session series will begin on Saturday, August 6, 2016 with a bus-tour of Hesperia and also include weekly presentations on City programs such as …

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Community Blood Drive Planned Today in Hesperia

HESPERIA:(VVNEWS.com)- The City of Hesperia is hosting a blood drive today, Thursday, June 16th from 9a – 1p in the Library Community Room on behalf of LifeStream. LifeStream says in recent days, they lost 2,000 units of forecasted blood and are hoping this drive is successful. Also, those that donate will be entered to win a four-pack of Disney tickets. …

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Stretch of Palmdale Road to Shut Down For Much Needed Repairs

VICTORVILLE – On June 15 at 6 p.m., the City of Victorville and Caltrans will host an information session for businesses located in the work zone for the Palmdale Road Slurry Seal Project. The work zone is located on Palmdale Road between El Evado Road and Green Tree Boulevard. The Information Session will be held in Conference Room D at …

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VVC Receives $1.4 million Grant to Improve Student Success in Math

Victorville, CA – Victor Valley College was recently notified it had been awarded a $1.4 million grant to support a plan VVC faculty developed to improve student outcomes in math. The California Community colleges Board of Governors approved $60 million in grant funding for the California Community Colleges Basic Skills and Student Outcomes Transformation Program – VVC is the recipient …

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