Young people in and around Alameda can learn to “walk on water” at Mike’s Paddle Kids Stand-up Paddleboard (SUP) Summer Camp. Explore beautiful Ballena Bay while learning to SUP. Taking in breathtaking views of San Francisco, meeting underwater friends and enjoying the summer sun are just a few of the perks for this week-long, full-day camp.
Spring is typically considered a time of rejuvenation, house cleaning, flowers in bloom, and it’s even a fantastic time for a metabolic cleansing, also known as “detoxing.”
Spring is the time of year when most of our lives are in full swing, and we’ve forgotten many of our New Year’s resolutions. One of those may have even been weight loss. One great way to “jump start” our metabolism is detoxification.
We all want to be listened to. We often would like feedback on our thoughts, feelings, questions and concerns. We will not necessarily follow the recommendations or feedback, but the information may be valuable to consider.
I plan to write a regular column for the Alameda Sun that answers readers’ questions. The article will respond to a question and offer options to what is being asked. Identification does not need to be included. If it is, I won’t disclose it.
The City of Alameda Health Care District board of directors was informed on Feb. 17 of the resignations of directors Kathryn Sáenz Duke and Jim Meyers, effective March 20. The board met last Wednesday and approved a procedure and timeline to fill the vacancies.
The Diversity Committee at Alameda High School recently donated $700 to the Carol Ann Read Health Center. The gift was made possible through the sales of a special shirt. The donation will help survivors and people still suffering from breast cancer and by covering transportation and groceries for patients. The students want to extend their thanks to everyone who purchased a shirt and helped make this donation possible.