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City of Lancaster COVID-19 Update - July 10, 2020
Dear Lancaster Community,

Please look at this. Now multiply it by 5, because that is what the Deputy Mayor Covid-19 team told me to get ready for in the next couple of weeks. Mortality is down because there are now treatment options, but we need hospital beds to provide this treatment.

We will be announcing better testing protocols, and we will be tracking infections. We will need volunteers when we role out this program next week. We cannot sign up volunteers until next week.

We will no longer rely on others to provide these services. We won't refuse them, but we cannot rely on them. We are probably on our own for the next few months.

Sophia Mavrolas Wins City of Palmdale’s Courson Park Pool Mural Competition
PALMDALE – The City of Palmdale’s Public Art Committee has selected Sophia Mavrolas as the winner of the Courson Park Pool Mural Competition.

Her design entitled "Poolside Fantasy" was selected from 23 design submissions by separate artists. Each design was reviewed by the Artist Selection Committee and three finalists were chosen for review by the Public Art Committee.

“Poolside Fantasy,” depicts a mermaid, eyes closed, relaxing in the Courson Pool with her face breaching the surface of the water.

“My piece is meant to reflect a sense of calmness and peacefulness that people want when they visit a public area,” Mavrolas said. “My work always incorporates themes of fantasy as well, and I thought a mermaid spending time in the public pool would be just the right touch for families visiting the Courson Park Pool.”

Military Children Have Sacrificed!
Growing up is hard & scary. It’s easy for kids to lose their way…

Now,

Imagine having to move every couple of years.

Imagine having a parent miss complete portions of your childhood because they were deployed.

Imagine having to make new friends and navigate new schools, sports, bullies and gossip.

Imagine your parent finally coming home…but being changed due to post traumatic stress disorder or traumatic brain injury.

Military children often experience greater anxiety and depression. There can be a decrease in academic performance and an increase in substance use and abuse. This does not mean military children are mentally ill, but they are under distress.

Win Prizes, Help Your City by Entering Palmdale’s Census Contest
PALMDALE – The City of Palmdale is hosting a 2020 Census Palmdale Counts Challenge Contest where participants can enter their Census confirmation number for the chance to win up to $1,000 in prizes.

Drawings for prizes will be conducted live on social media, with the first drawing taking place on Monday, July 20. The final drawing will take place on Monday, August 24. The drawings will consist of four winners per week, with one winner per City Council district. On week six, all entries from each district will be combined and one winner will be selected for the final prize of $1,000. The prizes will consist of gift cards from local grocery stores.

To participate, Palmdale households need to complete their Census form and enter their Census confirmation number by completing the Palmdale Counts Challenge form. For complete details and to enter, please visit www.cityofpalmdale.org/PalmdaleCountsChallenge .

GROUP SWIM LESSON REGISTRATION Summer 2020
Register Online!

Session B Group Swim Lessons are viewable online now & registration will open at 7pm on Friday, July 10. Session B Group Swim Lessons begin Monday, July 13.

To comply with health requirements and promote physical distancing, pool program capacity and availability will be limited. Therefore, we are working to restore our most popular services that serve as many residents as possible - recreation swim, lap swim, new senior lap swim and group swim lessons.

America’s Job Center to Hold Virtual Recruitment
PALMDALE — The America’s Job Center of California (AJCC), located at 38510 Sierra Highway in Palmdale, will host a virtual recruitment for a foundry/manufacturing company in Palmdale

Positions are available for foundry welders, foundry grinders, and foundry molders. Positions are entry-level, but with some experience, and offer long-term steady employment, benefits, eight-hour days/40 hours per week, and opportunity for advancement.

Requirements include a high school diploma or GED, with knowledge and/or experience in desired position a plus. Must have ability to: perform physically demanding tasks and lift up to 60 lb.; work in very hot conditions, up to 100 degrees; stand for eight hours or more in hot, heavy, and at times a dirty environment; work weekends and overtime when needed; do continuous and repetitive work; and pass a drug test.

City to Host Free Motivational Speech by Photography Artist Benjamin Von Wong
PALMDALE — The City of Palmdale will host a free virtual motivational speech via Zoom on Thursday, July 30 at 9 am featuring Benjamin Von Wong, a photography artist who uses his work to promote environmental issues.

Von Wong’s work lies at the intersection of fantasy and photography, and combines everyday objects with shocking statistics. It has attracted the attention of corporations like Starbucks, Dell, and Nike, and has generated over 100 million views for causes like ocean plastics, electronic waste, and fashion pollution.

In his presentation, he will outline how he has turned his passion into a career, the life lessons he has learned throughout his career, the process for his photo shoots, and how to adapt to changing times and landscapes. The presentation will include photos, video clips, and valuable life lessons.

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