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Creating an Age and Disability Friendly SF 
Work Matters! Forum Launches Employment Focus
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CLC's newest Initiative,  SF ReServe, is matching part time jobs at community organizations with talented seniors and people with disabilities.
We're actively seeking community partners and ReServists. Sign-up to learn more about SF ReServe at an upcoming "First Impressions"  session - May 1 from 10:00 to 11:30 at 1360 Mission, Suite 400 and May 14, 11:00 to 12:00 at 2525 Alemany Blvd. 

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CLC's newest Initiative, SF ReServe, was one of the programs featured at the May 24th Work Matters! Forum. It  included an interactive program of speakers and panelists, resource tables, and hands-on help to sign-up for paid and volunteer opportunities to contributeSpecial thanks to DAAS Dept. Director Cindy Kauffman (pictured above) and our new SF ReServe Director, Alicia Crawford (pictured right) helping someone sign up for SF Reserve. 

Budget Update and Hearing at City Hall 
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Mark your calendar for the annual budget hearing at City Hall, June 19 starting at 10:00 in the Board of Supervisor Chambers.  
The Senior and Disability Budget Rally at City Hall was one more step in the process to fight for more support for seniors and adults with disabilities. While the Dignity Fund passed by the voters last November was a hopeful downpayment, the needs and number of San Franciscans at risk continues to grow. We know there is some good news in the budget - the $6 million in new funding in the Dignity Fund and a 2.5% cost of doing business increase for the City's non-profit contractors. The Dignity Fund Coalition continues to advocate for more funding for priority issues like home delivered meals, housing subsidies and targeted services in high need neighborhoods. The next meeting of the Dignity Fund Coalition will be Wednesday, June 28 from 2:30 to 4:30 at ILRC, 825 Howard. 

Brain Fitness Forum on June 11
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Celebrate Brain Awareness Month with the Jewish Community Center by participating in their inaugural Brain Fitness Forum on Sunday, June 11 from 9:45am to 4:30pm. Gain useful information from experts on ways to maintain cognitive sharpness, experience hands-on activities to stimulate your mind, and learn new strategies for brain health.  Event is free, everyone welcome but advance registration is highly recommended.  
LGBTQ Senior Prom coming June 17
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Never to late to enjoy the fun of a senior prom. This second annual event is hosted by the Institute on Aging on  Saturday, June 17 from 4:00 to 7:00 at 3575 Geary Blvd. Enjoy a live band, refreshments, prizes, and more.  
Event is free, but RSVP requested through Eventbrite.

CLC Leaders Honored 
Digital Leaders Recognized At May Award Event
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Digital Leaders Awards 2017
Community Living Campaign was honored to be one of the awardees at the Digital Leaders event hosted by the Community Technology Network (CTN) at the  Twitter Headquarters. Many of our awesome trainers, tutors and supporters were able to attend and are pictured left.   
Cayuga Connectors Win National Award 
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Congratulations to Patti Spaniak, Glenda Hope, and all the neighbors in Cayuga for their incredible efforts over the past few years. They won the  2017  National Association of Area Agencies on Aging -  Aging Achievement Award in the Community Planning & Livable Communities category for  "Cayuga Community Connectors-Every Neighbor a Connection."  Their efforts will be honored at the N4A national conference in Georgia in August.  

Good Neighbor Event Celebrates CLC Leaders 

CLC's 2nd Annual Good Neighbor Volunteer Appreciation Event on May 6 was a lively, engaging afternoon. We honored 13 "good neighbors" for their volunteer efforts across the City. Janet Tom, pictured right with board member Jarmin Yeh in the background, was honored for her efforts at St. Francis Square cooperative in the Western Addition.  Meet all the honorees and more picture here


Curry Gala Honors Betty Traynor 
Betty Traynor and Jessica Lehman

Curry Senior Center Gala honored Betty Traynor with the Vera Haile Award for her extensive community service. Betty is the board president of Senior and Disability Action, a long-time leader in efforts with the City's parks, 

especially in the Tenderloin, and active with the Older 

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Women's League and a host of other organizations. Betty also works with CLC as a Community Connector for St. Francis Square. Betty was joined by SDA Executive Director Jessica Lehman (pictured with Betty above left) along with a group of friends and supporters (pictured right). 


Bridging the Digital Divide 
WOW! Digital Inclusion Week Was Amazing!
From the opening panel of Internet Service Providers to the Resource Fair and scores of workshops, movies and demos at the Main Library and branches all around the City, the event had something for everyone. Thanks to Supervisors Farrell and Mar for helping kick off the day, and to Wenwen Shi and Library Director Luis Herrera for this organizing and leadership. 
See more pictures and information here.
Freedom Art Show Tours to the Main Library 
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Laguna Honda Computer Club's Digital Art Show is on tour after an initial show at LHH. You can see it on the lower level of the Main Library near the Poet's Cafe. The show will be on display into August. Special thanks to Molly Hankwitz and Liz Dunlap for helping organize and to artists Liz, Paul Hendrickson, Linda Reaves, and Jennifer Walsh.  Learn more from the article on the SF Tech Council blog by Judy Goddess. 

DAHLIA Affordable Housing Portal 
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One of the presentations during Digital Inclusion Week was a new online Portal to identify affordable housing possibilities in San Francisco - including open waiting lists and up-coming lotteries. See what is available now and then sign up for new listings when they are posted.  Learn More at DAHLIA. 

SF Tech Council Focuses on Planning and Design   
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Guest presenter Gretchen Atti  was the guest speaker at the most recent SF Tech Council meeting. View highlights of her presentation on the SF Tech Council website along with other updates.  
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The next regular meeting is scheduled for  Wednesday, July 17 from 4:00 to 6:00
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Stay Engaged with Computer Classes and Tutoring

Happy Seniors at Computers
We have a great roster of tutoring opportunities and presentations. This month's topics include Photoshop and so much more. 

CLC Computer classes and tutoring have moved to 1360 Valencia Street for the Mondays in June, from 9:00 to 3:00. Come for tutoring and hands on help with devices. 

Other Upcoming Events 
Save the Date - CLC Award Event
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Mark your calendar for Thursday, September 28 for a return engagement at the Marine's Memorial Hotel for the annual Norma Satten Award event.  This year's event will honor community leader and former SF Supervisor Eric Mar.  

Sponsorship opportunities are available.  

If you are interested, you can download a sponsor form here or call 415-821-1003.