Coffee 4 Vets offered at Scrambles

The Antelope Valley Veterans Community Action Coalition conducts a Coffee for Vets event from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m., today, at Scrambles, 835 East Ave. Q-9.

For details, call Phil Roberts at 661-802-8300.


Retired teachers meeting Sept. 21

The Antelope Valley Retired Teachers Association will have a meeting at 10:30 a.m., on Sept. 21, at Denny’s restaurant, 2005 West Ave. K.

Speaker Michael Dutton, former principal at SOAR High School, will share insights into education. Brunch will be hosted by the Board.

The meeting also will be available via Zoom.

Toastmasters group conducts virtual meets

The Shoptalk Toastmasters gather via Zoom from 7 to 8 a.m., Fridays.

For details or for the Zoom link, contact Larry Coltin ( or Brenda Yardeen (661-810-6165).

Nonprofit seeks to help foster youth, needs supplies

Bags4kids a nonprofit that helps foster children with basic necessities, is in need of hygiene items, socks, backpacks, school supplies, toys, books and all things for babies.

Donations can be dropped off at Bohn’s Printing, 656 West Lancaster Blvd., or Al’s Sew-n-Vac 904 West Lancaster Blvd.

For details, call 760-373-7632.

Health center in need of volunteers

The High Desert Regional Health Center, 335 East Ave. I, seeks volunteers for the gift shop.

For details, call 661-471-4138.


Equestrian center is open

The Littlerock Equestrian Center, 12237 East Ave. S-9, is open for horse boarding, training and riding lessons.

The center welcomes 4H, FFA, scouts, veterans and their families and all horse lovers.

Call 661-365-9604 or visit for details.

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