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Top Ten Stories for Top Ten Stories for February 3 through February 9 include possible Cypress land development, murder in Garden Grove, and JFTB night operations. The Top Ten Stories for Top Ten Stories for February 3 through February 9 read stories at Orange County Breeze over the last week …continue reading

Fifteen members of the Rossmoor Woman’s Club’s Helping Hands section got together recently to make Valentine’s card and small gift bags for hospitalized veterans in Bellflower. This is just one of the group’s service projects. Members of the 60-year-old club, based in Rossmoor, come from all over Orange and Los …continue reading

Veterans Legal Institute

Veterans Legal Institute (VLI) is proud to announce the continuing support of the Judicate West Foundation (JWF) with another $10,000 investment to fund a critical staff attorney, Ms. Allison Higley. Ms. Higley is currently completing her third and final year, as an Equal Justice Works AmeriCorps Legal Fellow. Because JWF’s …continue reading

build it workspace

Explore how science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics are used to create a world of possibility. Learn through hands-on, playful projects from building rockets and drones to game design and robotics. Build It Workspace uses 3D printing, Lego robotics, laser cutting, coding, wood and fiber crafts to challenge the imagination. …continue reading

Award-winning children’s nonprofit, The Youth Center in Los Alamitos, moves forward with new marketing and branding strategies thanks to Zydeco Design in Seal Beach, a 9-year-old company based out of Minneapolis, Minnesota which serves both the United States and Canada. The Youth Center recently completed a year-long partnership with Zydeco …continue reading