October 25, 2018
Conditional Voter Registration
If you forgot to register before the Oct. 22 deadline, you can still vote thru Conditional Voter Registration.

Si se le olvido registrarse antes del 22 oct para votar, usted todavía puede hacerlo con Registración Condicional

Check on your Voter Status
Harvest Festival - Oct. 27th
Pet Adoption Event Oct. 27th & 28th
Their adorable, adoptable pets are sure to cast a spell on you! This upcoming Saturday and Sunday, October 27th and 28th, all six LA Animal Services Centers will reduce adoption fees in half for dogs, kittens and puppies. When you adopt a feline friend that's over 4 months old, the ASPCA will pay your cat adoption fee!

All six of our animal services centers are filled with hundreds of amazing pets that are sweeter than candy and would love to trade some tricks for treats! They are vaccinated, spayed or neutered, and microchipped before going to their new homes. While our adult dog adoption fees are reduced, there will be a $20 dog license fee applied for LA City residents.

Visit  laanimalservices.com/adopt  to start your search for the puurfect howl-a-ween buddy!

Resource Center Grand Opening - Oct. 30th
Festival - November 2nd
LA Public River Workshop - Nov. 5th
Financial Literacy: Surviving Student Loans - Nov. 10th
Temas Financiarias: Sobreviviendo Deuda Escolar + Servicios Bibliotecarias
Date:  Saturday, November 10, 2018 | Sábado 10 de noviembre 2018

Time:  10 am
Location:  Arroyo Seco Branch Library, 6145 N. Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90042

"Están bienvenidos a un taller con información financiaria, que será útil especialmente si usted está tratando de sobrevivir bajo su deuda escolar. Nuestra bibliotecaria Sarah Moore también va presentar sobre los servicios GRATUITOS que ofrece nuestra biblioteca, cuáles le ayudarán a ahorrar dinero en servicios que usted usa todos los días. 

Serviremos comida. Esperamos verlos, todos son bienvenidos. Si tiene preguntas, mande mensaje a  jamie.tijerina@highlandparknc.com . Servicio de traducción será disponible."
Financial Literacy: Surviving Student Loans + Library Services
Date:  Saturday, November 10, 2018 | Sábado 10 de noviembre 2018

Time:  10 am
Location:  Arroyo Seco Branch Library, 6145 N. Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90042
"Join us for a workshop with helpful financial literacy tips, especially if you're trying to survive student loan debt. Our librarian Sarah Moore will also be presenting about the amazing FREE services offered by our local library, which can help you save money on services you use every day. 
Food will be served. We look forward to seeing you, all are welcome. If you have any questions, please reach out to  jamie.tijerina@highlandparknc.com  
Translation services will be provided.

Puppets in the Park - Nov. 18th
FHS Moonlight Rollerway Fundraiser - Dec. 14th
Friday, December 14, 2018 at 6 PM – 8 PM
Moonlight Rollerway , 5110 San Fernando Rd, Glendale, California 91204

The communtiy is invited to our “Let’s start the Christmas Break off right” with a fundraiser at Moonlight Rollerway in Glendale. All proceeds support our Franklin Panthers and it’s a fun way to get together as a communtiy for a good cause! Tickets are $20 included Free skate rental and a chance to will some fun prizes!

Cross Cultural Expressions Now Showing at Biscailuz Gallery
Library Events - October 2018
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Free Flu Shots at the LA County Library
Flu vaccines are recommended for everyone 6 months of age and older, including healthy adults. Click for dates and details.
One Degree
One Degree, is a technology-driven nonprofit organization that helps low-income families access the resources they need to achieve social and economic mobility, and ultimately, improve their lives. Visit the website
Lava Mae Brings Critical Services to the Streets
Showers for the Homeless. See Details below
News from the City of LA
City of LA First Time Homebuyer Programs
The Los Angeles Housing + Community Investment Department (HCIDLA) is pleased to announce that the City Council and Mayor have approved an additional allocation of $2 million for the Moderate Income Purchase Assistance (MIPA) Homeownership Program, which provides a “silent second” loan of up to $60,000 for down payment, closing costs, and acquisition financing.

They also announced key updates to the Low Income Purchase Assistance (LIPA) (Photo Credit: Google)
Homeownership Program, which increased the maximum loan limit from up to $60,000 to $90,000.

For more information on the MIPA, LIPA, and MCC program features and requirements, please refer to the attached program flyers. You may also contact HCIDLA’s Homeownership Unit General Line at (213) 808-8800 or visit HCIDLA's website at  http://hcidla.lacity.org/homebuyers.
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