Category: Midway City

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County Launches “myOCgov” Mobile App

The County of Orange has announced the launch of a mobile application called “myOCgov,” a free interactive tool that makes information about County services easily available to community members on their mobile…

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Housing for Homeless Veterans in Orange County

On Wednesday February 8th, Orange County received the first of it’s kind housing development for homeless veterans. Potters Lane, owned and operated by the non-profit American Family Housing, is the name of…

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Homelessness: Orange County opens armories during winter

Orange County’s Armory program provides up to 400 beds per night for the homeless in Fullerton and Santa Ana. Volunteers will be needed 7 days per week to help both in the…

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Homelessness: Volunteer for OC’s Point-In-Time Count

Let’s continue to achieve meaningful progress on homelessness in Orange County. Help our community address homelessness by volunteering for the 2017 Orange County Point-In-Time Count and Survey. Join 2-1-1 Orange County along…

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Earn Your High School Diploma Through OC Public Libraries

Orange County Public Libraries are now offering a new program to all adults, aged 19 and over, to earn an accredited High School Diploma. Career Online High School (COHS) is the program  used…

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Board Directs Kraemer Shelter to Open as Soon as Possible

On December 13th the Orange County Board of Supervisors approved an Operator Agreement with Mercy House for the operation of the year-round shelter at 1000 N. Kraemer Place with a direction for staff…

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CalOptima Member Advisory Committee Seat Now Open

A position on the CalOptima Member Advisory Committee has recently become available and applications are now being accepted. The position is to represent Foster Children in the community by advising the CalOptima Board…

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A Safe Trick-or-Treat for Kids in Need

This Halloween, Grandma’s House of Hope hosted it’s 6th annual Safe Harvest, which provides children who live in motels throughout Anaheim a safe alternative to trick-or-treating. Grandma’s House of Hope is a nonprofit…

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Orange County Waives Adoption Fees at OC Animal Shelter

Orange County is making it easier to adopt a pet. This week, the Orange County Board of Supervisors voted to waive adoption fees for pets being adopted in unincorporated areas due to overcrowding.…

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October 23: Supervisor Andrew Do to Host Free Health Fair

As part of his ongoing efforts to expand access to health care, Orange County Supervisor Andrew Do is hosting a free community health fair in partnership with the Vietnamese Physicians Association of…

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