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P.O. Box 2226, Windsor, CA 95492 ~ 707.837.9577

June 9, 2017

Help Us Help You by completing the LSP Survey!   survey

Please help LSP help you! 

Our deadline is near and we need service providers and community members to take our survey in English or Spanish ASAP. 

It takes less than 10 minutes and your answers are anonymous.
 
Take the survey AND enter for a chance to win four SONOMA COUNTY FAIR TICKETS and two WRISTBANDS for rides! Deadline is Tuesday, June 13, 2017.  ¡Muchas gracias! 
 
Community Members (English)
         
Miembros de La Comunidad (Español)       
 
Agency Representatives (English)
 
Representates de Organizaciones (Español)
 
Mental Health Representatives (English)
 

For more information call 707-837-9577 or email support@latinoserviceproviders.org




       Latino Service Providers Meeting 


Ellen Barnett, MD, PhD from the IMC Foundation will provide an interactive presentation about our work. Please join us! Hosted by the IMC Foundation, home of the Imagine YOU® Program and the What Matters Sonoma County Coalition.



WHEN: June 22nd from 11:30 am - 1:00 pm Light lunch provided

 WHERE: Church of the Roses: Rose Conference Room 2500 Patio Court, Santa Rosa 





~Reminder~
Paper Entries Due June 16, 5:00 p.m.
Online Entries Close June 30,11:59 p.m.
If you plan to exhibit at the 2017 Sonoma County Fair the deadline is approaching. PAPER entry forms and payment must be submitted to the Entry Office by June 16 at 5:00 p.m. The entry office is located at 1350 Bennett Valley Road, Santa Rosa and is open Monday thru Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 

If submitting a paper entry form we strongly recommend doing so BEFORE June 16. On June 16, due to an event on the fairgrounds, entries will only be accepted at the Jockey Club at 1450 Bennett Valley Road, Santa Rosa.

Online entry is also available. Online entry will close June 30 at 11:59 p.m. In 2018 all entries will be made online. Please stop by the entry office if you'd like assistance.
The complete guidebook and entry forms can be found online.


The Community Interpreter® (TCI): Medical Edition
 
When: Sept 7, 12, 14, 19, & 21 from 8:00am to 4:00pm

Where: Steele Lane Community Center, 415 Steele Lane, Santa Rosa, CA

Cost: $750 plus $70 language assessment

Register: Click here!

Contact: julie@julieburns.net
The Community Interpreter® (TCI) is the most comprehensive 40-hour certificate program in the U.S. in this field. Perfect for interpreters with little to no experience or those experienced interpreters wishing to have a recognized qualification.

Please note that our Spring 2017 session filled up fast so register now to guarantee your spot!


VINO LA LUZ presents


An evening FIESTA with La Luz Center & Robledo Family Winery

Join them in sipping some amazing award winning wines, enjoy delicious tacos and 

take in the natural beauty of the Robledo vineyard while listening to the lively 

music sounds of the Mariachi playing. A FIESTA isn't complete without 

dancing.

5:45 pm | Doors Open
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm | Mariachi Los Jiros
8:00 pm - 9:00 pm | Dance Hour with the DJ

Tickets:
$40 in advance online / $50 at the door
21+ with ID

All tickets include entry, food and wine. Each person requires a ticket for entry.

No Refunds.

All event proceeds will go towards immigration programs & support at La Luz Center

For event questions please contact Angie Sanchez, Community Engagement Manager at 707-938-5131 ext. 113 or by email at angie@laluzcenter.org

For a full description click HERE.




Flutterin' Flapjacks

Imagine the joy of watching 500 butterflies released into the sky. Catch the sight at the Children's Museum of Sonoma County Birthday Wingding!, held in honor of the facility's third anniversary. 

Spend the day playing carnival games, watching live performances, and checking out bug-centric activities. The event will be held at the museum, which is in Santa Rosa, on June 10, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 

Admission is $12 (free for babies 12 months and under).  

See more Here!
DSLC invites you to their upcoming fundraiser!

When:  Friday June 9th 6-10pm
Where:  Mary Agatha Furth Center, Windsor.

As "Music in the Vines" becomes "DSLC Changing Lives" , they invite you to their new fun-filled evening.
Join them for 18 people Live Swing Band Music from the 30's to the 60's, Wine and Gourmet Food, and the Silent Auction & Raffle!
 
While supporting a local good cause, take a chance to get a great deal on their awesome Auction and Raffle items. Sports fans will have a choice to get tickets to the SF Giants vs. Dodgers game, and San Jose Giants, and Sacramento River Cats games. Fans of 49ers or Golden State Warriors will have something for them too! If you enjoy Opera, Theater, Ballet or Symphony, you can get tickets to performances in San Francisco, Berkeley and Santa Rosa. A wide variety of restaurants, fun day in San Francisco city as well as art from local artists, and so much more!
 
Get your tickets to  DSLC'S annual fundraising event "DSLC Changing Lives" and join their efforts in making a difference in the community.  

For over 40, years Disability Services & Legal Center has been the primary organization meeting the needs of the disabled population in Sonoma, Napa, Lake and Mendocino Counties. Many lives are being changed because of DSLC's mission to assist those who cannot advocate for themselves.

All proceeds of this event will assist us to continue changing people's lives.
Tickets $55, can be purchased 
 


Organic Tree Fruit & Berry Production
Susag 117, Section 8272; 1.5 units 

Meets Tuesdays, 8 am - 1 pm, June 13-Aug. 8, plus July 14 (field trip). at SRJC's Shone Farm,7450 Steve Olson Lane, Forestville, CA  95436.

Class includes site selection, planting, and care for small-scale orchard or home garden. Includes desirable varieties, pruning and training methods, and pest management. Class is about half lecture and half hands-on in the orchards and berries.
Instructor - Wendy Krupnick

See  SRJC Registration  for information and to register or call 707-527-4685.

REGISTRATION ENCOURAGED BY JUNE 11 TO ENSURE THAT THE CLASS GOES FORWARD.
All Sustainable Ag classes are listed under "Sustainable Ag", not "Agriculture". 


 Be a Change in a Foster Child's World  foster

Press Release Post:
 
CASA is experiencing one of the largest numbers of referrals in 20 years, of abused and neglected children who are entering the child welfare system afraid and alone. CASA is seeking volunteers today. CASA has over 50 youth awaiting your friendship and advocacy, which can bring a life changing relationship to them, and the list continues to grow. As little as 10 hours a month can make a child's life brighter. Our Summer training begins July 20th. Visit www.sonomacasa.org or call us at 565-6375.
 
CASAs (Court Appointed Special Advocates) are volunteers and ordinary citizens from our community, like you, doing extraordinary work. CASA advocates establish stable relationships with foster children, getting to know their unique history and making informed recommendations to the courts.
 
When a child has an advocate, she is more likely to get needed services - and a permanent, stable home. Are you eager to make a difference in a child's life? Become a volunteer.

 

Job Announcements
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Title of Announcement: Water Agency Education Technician I - Extra-Help

Deadline Date: 06/13/2017

Introduction: Interested in Education and Sustainability?  Sonoma County Water Agency Seeks Educators for their Water Education Program!
$22.23-$27.03/Hr.

As a Water Agency Education Technician I, You Will:

*       Work with students at schools and outdoor field study sites

*       Assist with the implementation of education programs focused on water conservation, watershed              awareness, fisheries, water quality, wastewater treatment, wetlands, and general water science

*       Support creek clean-up and restoration activities with students and the public

*       Perform light maintenance on facilities and interpretive displays

Bilingual Spanish or multilingual skills are desirable.

Qualification for this position normally include, some course work in planning, engineering, water related science, environmental studies, environmental law, natural resource or watershed management, education, political science, communications, public relations, or a closely related field; and some experience working with water-related programs in one or more of the following areas: community relations, public outreach, media, water transmission systems, water treatment systems, water reclamation and recycling, wastewater sanitation, water use efficiency, biological monitoring or surveying, teaching methods consistent with state-wide educational standards, and/or legislative processes at the federal and state level.

Apply by 6/13/17! To view the complete position details and apply Here or call HR at 707-565-8059


 

Title of Announcement: Financial Controller - Community Development Commission

Deadline Date: New Deadline: 06/12/17

Introduction: The Community Development Commission (CDC) Seeks a Highly Skilled and Energetic Leader to Become Their Financial Controller!
$8,221.51 - $9,993.83/Mo.

The CDC Financial Controller position is an exciting opportunity for a professional governmental accountant and/or auditor to advance their career. As the Financial Controller, you will oversee a complex, $60 million annual budget plan, which incorporates multiple local, state, and federal funding streams, and have the opportunity to grow a strong team of administrative and accounting staff.

APPLICATION SUBMISSIONS REQUIRE THE SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONNAIRE BE COMPLETED.

Qualifications for this position normally requires a four-year college degree in appropriate courses including accounting or business administration and three years of professional accounting and/or auditing experience with a governmental agency or Certified Public Accountant Agency would provide such opportunity. Experience in supervising technical and professional accounting personnel is highly desirable. Experience in computers is highly desirable. Experience in accounting for a Public Housing Authority is especially desirable.

Apply by 6/12/17! To view the complete position details and apply online, visit their web HERE or call HR at 707-565-8059. EOE


Title of Announcement: Parks and Grounds Maintenance Worker II

Deadline Date: 06/15/2017

Introduction: Sonoma County Regional Parks Seeks a
Parks and Grounds Maintenance Worker II to Join Their Team!
$3857-$4687/Mo.

Under supervision, Parks and Grounds Maintenance Worker IIs perform a variety of unskilled and semi-skilled tasks in the maintenance and operation of park buildings, parks, and grounds; including construction and repairs in parks, grounds, community centers, marinas, and County complexes with grounds; and basic repairs on power garden equipment and irrigation systems. Parks and Grounds Maintenance Worker IIs may act as a lead worker on special projects and coordinate and conduct safety and skills training for other Parks Maintenance Workers.

Qualification for this position normally include, the ability to read and write English and to make basic mathematical calculations at a level required for successful job performance AND two years of experience in semi-skilled building construction, repair, maintenance or groundskeeping work which included the use of trucks, light mechanical machines and hand tools would provide such opportunity.

Apply by 6/15/17! To view the complete position details and apply online click here or call HR at 707-565-8059. 

Title of Announcement: HUMAN RESOURCES ANALYST

Deadline Date: June 16, 2017

Introduction: Under direction of the Human Resources Manager, performs journey level human resources generalist duties in the administration of recruitment and examination, classification and compensation, employee benefits, employee/labor relations, employee training and development programs, workers' compensation, leave management, develops, plans, implements and administers assigned program responsibilities; conducts research, analysis and preparation of reports; and, performs other related duties as assigned.

Name: Jane Klickman

Contact Phone: 7075450831X1529

Email: jklickman@sonoma.lib.ca.us

Submitted By: Jane Klickman

Date Submitted: 6.2.17

Other Notes: To apply, please submit your application and responses to the supplemental questions via CalOpps.org click HERE or click on the Member Agencies tab, select Regional Government Services, then Human Resources Analyst for the Sonoma County Library.  Please Note: You may submit a resume in addition to your application; however, a resume will not be considered in lieu of responses to the supplemental questions. Inquiries may be directed to Linda Babonis, Human Resource Consultant, via email at lbabonis@rgs.ca.gov.


Title of Announcement: Senior Health Information Specialist

Deadline Date: 06/14/17

Introduction: The County of Sonoma Department of Health Services Seeks a Seasoned Health Education Professional to Become a Senior Health Information Specialist (Sr. HIS).
$5,510-$6,696/Mo.

What You Bring to the County

The ideal candidate will possess experience:
*       Collaborating with management to make programmatic and administrative decisions
*       Participating in the development of grant applications, including budgets
*       Making a strong contribution to planning and implementing tobacco prevention activities or other               health prevention and promotion experience
*       Ensuring compliance with grant and local government policies and guidelines
*       Preparing and monitoring contracts, including scope of work and budget
*       Establishing collaborative partnerships and maintaining alliances with government, private, and/or             public organizations

Qualifications for this position normally include, Possession of a Master's degree or major graduate-level coursework in health education, community health, social services AND two years of experience equivalent to the level of Health Information Specialist II with Sonoma County would fulfill this requirement.

OR

Two years of on-the-job journey-level work experience in prevention, health promotion and/or health education involving health information and education would provide such opportunity.

Apply by 6/14//17! To view the complete position details and apply online HERE or call HR at 707-565-8059. EOE