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We’re in the 2nd half of the South Central Sports League – 2017 Basketball Season.  Please come out and support our Youth!
All games will be held at All Peoples Community Center 822 E 20th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90011. Please call (213) 747-6357 for more information.  Thanks and see you there!
SOUTH CENTRAL SPORTS LEAGUE – 2017 BASKETBALL SEASON 
Week 5
02/24/2017
Week 6
03/03/2017
Playoff
3/10/2017
Championships
03/17/2017
Minors 
 APCC
VS
CHALLENGERS
APCC
VS
APCH
2ND PLACE
VS
3RD PLACE
1ST PLACE
VS
PLAYOFF WINNER
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Juniors 
 Week 5
02/25/2017
Week 6
03/04/2017
Playoff
3/11/2017
Championships
03/18/2017
     
HOLA
VS
PAAL
APCH
VS
BRESEE
1ST PLACE
VS
4TH PLACE
WINNER OF (1ST VS 4TH)
VS
WINNER OF (2ND VS 3RD)
APCH
VS
CARVER
CHALLENGERS
VS
PAAL
3RD PLACE
VS
2ND PLACE
LOSING TEAM OF (1ST VS 4TH)
VS
LOSING TEAM OF (2ND VS 3RD)
SANTO NIÑO
VS
BRESEE
SANTO NIÑO
VS
CARVER
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Majors 
Week 5
02/25/2017
Week 6
03/04/2017
Playoff
3/11/2017
Championships
03/18/2017
SANTO NIÑO
VS
APCC
CHALLENGERS
VS
SANTO NIÑO
1ST PLACE
VS
4TH PLACE
WINNER OF (1ST VS 4TH)
VS
WINNER OF (2ND VS 3RD)
APCH
VS
CHALLENGERS
APCC
VS
APCH
3RD PLACE
VS
2ND PLACE
LOSING TEAM OF (1ST VS 4TH)
VS
LOSING TEAM OF (2ND VS 3RD)
3 Wins Fitness

3 Wins Fitness is a FREE exercise program for adults and seniors brought to you by BUILD Health LA Initiative!

Participate in exercise stations designed for all fitness levels, focusing on improving strength, endurance, balance, agility and fall prevention.

Classes are held at  All Peoples Community Center 822 E 20th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90011

Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Sign Up Today by calling (213) 538-0707!

Karen Bass

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE:

Dear Friend / Quierido Amigo,

Please join me for a townhall: “Immigration State of Emergency: Understanding Your Rights and Resources,” Wednesday, February 22, 2017 from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM at the St John’s Well Child Center.

Por favor reúnase conmigo para una reunión: “Estado de Emergencia de Inmigración: Entendiendo sus Derechos y Recursos,” el miércoles, 22 de febrero de 2017 de las 6:30 PM a las 8:00 PM en St. John’s Well Child and Family Center.

In light of recent events, I want to assure that we all know our rights and what resources are available to assist those in need of help. I want to hear your concerns about what has been happening in your community.

A la luz de los acontecimientos recientes, yo quiero asegurar que conozcan sus derechos y los recursos disponibles para asistir a los que necesitan ayuda. Yo quiero escuchar sus preocupaciones sobre lo que ha estado pasando en su comunidad.

RSVP: https://bass.house.gov/immigrationSOE or call / o llame (323) 965-1422.

WHO / Quien: Congressmember Karen Bass with special guests representing local legal service providers / Congresista Karen Bass y invitados especiales que representan a los proveedores de servicios legales locales


WHAT / Que: Immigration State of Emergency: Understanding Your Rights and Resources / Estado de Emergencia de Inmigración: Entendiendo sus Derechos y Recursos

WHERE / Donde: St John’s Well Child Center, 808 W 58th St, Los Angeles, CA 90037

WHEN / Cuando: Wednesday / miércoles, Feb. 22, 2017, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

I hope to see you there.
Espero verlos en la reunión.

Sincerely / Sinceramente,
Karen Bass
Member of Congress
37th Congressional District of California

Working Families

Workers may get a larger tax refund this year because of the EITC or Earned Income Tax Credit!

CalEITC Facts:

  • In 2016, CalEITC helped over 385,000 Californians. Many more could qualify.
  • Nearly 8 out of 10 households that quality for the CalEITC have children.
  • One in five who qualify for the credit don’t claim it.

Spread The Word about EITC with all your friends and family to see if they qualify too!

All Peoples Community Center is offering a FREE Tax Preparation from now until May 2017.

Please call Aracely at 213.747.6357 ext 138 to schedule an appointment!

Congresswoman Roybal-Allard

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE:

KNOW YOUR RIGHTS!

Congresswoman Lucille Roybal-Allard

hosts

KNOW YOUR RIGHTS! Informative Immigration Forum

in cooperation with

Senator Ricardo Lara, LA County Supervisor Hilda L Solis, LAUSD School Board Member Ref Rodriguez, Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles (CHIRLA) and Mexican American Legal Defense & Education Fund (MALDEF)

invites you to

Know Your Rights and what your elected officials are doing to protect our immigrants communities.

Presenters include: Congresswoman Lucille Roybal-Allard, Senator Ricardo Lara, LAUSD District 5 Ref Rodriguez, and CHIRLA Executive Director Angelica Salas

6:00pm – 8:30pm

Friday, February 24th

Huntington Park Community Center

6925 Salk Lake Avenue

Huntington Park, CA 90255

Translation will be provided and there will be separate activities for children

Event will include resource information from: Coalition for Humane Rights of Los Angeles (CHIRLA), Mexican American Legal Defense & Education Fund (MALDEF)

**The event will be in Spanish, but translation services will be provided. If you would like printed copies, please call Cynthia Morales, Field Deputy at (323) 721-8790.

USC Tour

College Corner! On Saturday, February 4, 2017 our FamilySource Center College Advisors took Students and Parents on a tour of USC. Students and Parents had an opportunity to learn about the campus history, admission requirements, and financial planning. 

Parents also had an opportunity to get answers to questions such as:

  • What is the average class size and the student-to-faculty ratio? Are most classes taught by professors or by teaching assistants?
  • What is the campus meal plan like? How is the food? What are the options?
  • What is the makeup of the current freshman class? Is the campus fairly diverse?
  • What’s the social scene like? What kinds of activities are available?
  • Is there plenty of dorm space or is there a housing crunch?
  • How many students are commuters and how many are campus residents?

“One of the most compelling and important reasons for taking the students and parents on this tour was so that they could see the college firsthand – the classrooms, dorms, and library that the students would be living in for the next four years in the event that they were to commit to these universities,” says Deisy Huerta, Youth Director at All Peoples Community Center. “Students and parents had an opportunity to see the buildings inside and out, including classrooms, dorms, dining halls, gyms, and libraries.

If you have a Teen, we encourage You and Your Teen to visit our College Corner at All Peoples Community Center at 822 E 20th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90025.  Please call our College Advisors David and Jaqueline at (213) 747-6357 ext 147.

 

CRCDAcademy

CRCD Academy – New School Session starts Monday, February 13th! Deadline for sign-up is this Friday, February 10th.  Please share with anyone that might be interested!

Please contact Maria at 213.747.6357 ext 139 for more info.

“It’s all possible at our alternative high school program.  We enroll new students age 16-24 every 5-8 weeks. Our high school program is located on campus at LA Trade Technical College. All incoming students co-enroll at the College, so our students have access to College courses plus the College library, computer lab, and many other resources.

At CRCD Academy, we focus on project-based learning and we offer an expedited path to earn an accredited high school diploma with the YouthBuild Charter School of CA. Our students get involved in community service, leadership, and career preparation, and we have a Youth Policy Council – run by students, for students.” – CRCD Academy.

 

 

 

CalEITC

All Peoples Community Center is still accepting appointments for FREE Tax preparation for Community Members!

Workers may get a larger tax refund this year because of the EITC or Earned Income Tax Credit. But to get it, you must file a tax return and claim it.

CalEITC Facts:

  • In 2016, CalEITC helped over 385,000 Californians. Many more could qualify.
  • Nearly 8 out of 10 households that quality for the CalEITC have children.
  • One in five who qualify for the credit don’t claim it.

Spread The Word about EITC with all your friends and family to see if they qualify too!

Please call Aracely at 213.747.6357 ext 138 to schedule an appointment.

http://www.caleitc4me.org/

Leticia Ortiz-Gonzalez

CONGRATS to Leticia Ortiz-Gonzalez, our FamilySource Center Program Coordinator and 18 year Veteran of All Peoples Community Center, for being recognized by Councilman Price as a 2017 “SHero” honoree.

A SHero is a woman who has demonstrated outstanding leadership, pride and commitment to strengthening our community. Leticia will be recognized at the 10th Annual Tribute to SHeroes Awards Luncheon and Ceremony on Feb. 19 at the Radisson Los Angeles Hotel.

The cost of the tickets is $50.00.  If you are interested in attending the event you will need to make reservations. Registrations must be paid by February 14.  The event is 1:00 – 4:00 pm  Parking is $12.00 at USC parking lot. Please RSVP by Friday, February 10, 2017.

For more information on this very special community event, please contact Nora Gutierrez at (323) 846-2651 or via email at Nora.Gutierrez@lacity.org. The New 9th

All Peoples Wellness Convention

ALL PEOPLES COMMUNITY CENTER

WELLNESS CONVENTION

Saturday, March 11, 2017

10:00am-2:00pm

If you are interested in participating and supporting this event on March 11, 2017 please call Leticia Ortiz-Gonzales at (213) 747-6357 ext. 121 or email lortiz@allpeoplescc.org  by Friday March 3, 2017.

Please note that space is limited and if your Agency/Clinic does not meet the registration deadline, you may be placed on the waiting list. Once we receive your participation form, we will send you a confirmation letter and parking information.

All exhibitors will have 1 table and 2 chairs.  We are not charging a fee either for exhibitors or participants to this event. Set-up time will begin at 9:00am. Please expect to stay until 2:00pm. If you require special arrangements, please let us know and we will try to accommodate your needs.

If you have any questions or would like more information feel free to call Leticia Ortiz-Gonzales at (213) 747-6357 ext. 121