Every 10 years, the U.S. Census Bureau undertakes a massive task: counting every person living in the United States — regardless of age, citizenship status, gender, etc. Outside of voting, one of the most powerful things you can do for your community is participate in the census.

Your participation helps ensure our community receives its fair share of more than $600 billion in federal funds annually for critical programs that support education, housing, and emergency disaster relief services. Census data determines the number of U.S. representatives each state sends to Congress. It also sets the district boundaries for our congressional, state senator, assembly member, county supervisor, and city council elections.

To assist with the 2020 Census, the U.S. Census Bureau is now hiring for a variety of temporary jobs. To be eligible, you must be at least 18 years old, have a valid Social Security number, pass a criminal background check, and be a U.S. citizen. Bilingual skills are highly desirable.

  • Field Supervisors $33 per hour
  • Recruiting Assistants $33 per hour
  • Census Takers $30 per hour
  • Office Staff $24–$31 per hour

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Become a Presidio of Monterey Museum Docent

Posted on March 19th, 2019 by lighthouseave

Do you like to meet new people, share stories, and learn and share our history? Learn more about the Presidio of Monterey in Monterey's history and become a museum docent! You're invited to an orientation meeting on Tuesday, April 23, 6:30pm-8:30pm followed by a training session on Saturday, April 27, 10am-1pm at the E.O.C. at 600 Pacific Street in Monterey (behind Monterey Fire Station #1).

Learn the history and significance of the Lower Presidio Historic Park, home of the "best small museum on the Central Coast" as you train to be a Presidio of Monterey Museum Docent. For more information, please phone the Museums and Cultural Art Office at 831-646-5648. If you plan to attend the orientation and/or training, please e-mail the office.

Hepner & Pagan, LLP is a full-service family law firm located in downtown Campbell, devoted to coming up with customized solutions to fit the unique needs of each individual client or family. We believe in empowering the client to make the choice that is right for them and use our knowledge, skills and resources to approach each case with the client’s goals in mind. The firm’s goal is for you to participate in creating your own agreements and, whenever possible, to resolve matters with a negotiated settlement.

Navigating through the family law process can be very overwhelming. You need a firm with attorneys that will recognize and respond promptly to your very important needs, as well as return your calls and answer questions in a timely manner. We pride ourselves on being accessible to all of our clients and on promptly returning calls and answering questions.

Our compassion, experience, and when necessary, aggressiveness will enable you to achieve the results you need and deserve.

The Joseph Boston Store is celebrating "Everything Bees" March 15 - May 5, 2019. Come to our shop at 210 Olivier Street in Old Monterey and find books on bees and designing your own bee-friendly garden, honey stix from Carmel Honey Company, stunning beeswax candles by The Honey Ladies, bee-themed cards and art prints by local Monterey Artist Helene Benson (Little Herb Girl), and raw wildflower honey from Happy Girl Kitchen.

The Joseph Boston Store will host local honey and jam tastings from Happy Girl Kitchen on March 29 and 30, 12pm-2pm.

Campbell Coffee House is a space cultivating a wealth of local products and resources from the Bay. Our products are sourced local, our drinks are made to order by our wonderful baristas who truly care about your dining experience, and our carefully selected menu items are meant to appease everyone's diets.

There is nothing like a good cup of coffee, the best Avocado Toast, and a great welcoming environment. Oh and we also have free Wi-Fi and a well maintained toddlers area. The perfect space for everyone to dine.

Hula's Has a Menu for You!

Posted on March 18th, 2019 by Hula's Island Grill

Whether you're vegan, vegetarian, or gluten free, Hula's Island Grill, located at 622 Lighthouse Avenue in Monterey, has a menu for you! Check out the many possibilities on our website. You can enjoy a tropical cocktail, a quick bite, or a full dinner while being taken care of by our great staff. Our full menu, a fusion of island and American flavor, has something for everyone.

At 5:17 Total Body Transformations, we meet women just like you exactly where they are, empowering them to realize their full potential. No more lofty expectations. No prior experience required.

Here, your past failures become fuel propelling you toward incredible success. With us, results are guaranteed. We empower and encourage women with a realistic, sustainable approach to wellness that includes motivating, engaging workouts alongside practical, sustainable nutrition guidance in encouraging, uplifting community.

We’re here for women who want to take life to the next level — moms new and seasoned who want to drop the postpartum pounds or find themselves; women who want to outlast their husbands, kids and grandkids; successful executives with stress-filled habits who want better quality of life; women who have let their health sit on the back burner for far too long; women who are just tired of feeling like they’re failing.

At 5:17, you can regain your confidence and reinvest in yourself. It's never too late to get started.

If you love to read and talk books with other people who are into the pulp life, you must check out the Recycle Book Club that meets every month at Recycle Bookstore in Downtown Campbell. This isn't any ordinary book club. In this book club, you don't just talk books, you also get to meet the authors!

This unique club is organized by Lloyd Russell, an avid reader himself who blogs about books and the literary world at BookSage. The books are from a wide ranging array of topics covering just about any genre you could think of. There's probably a title or two in their upcoming book schedule that will interest you no matter what type of reader you are.

There are no requirements to participate. In fact, you don’t even have to read the book! You can come just for the chance to meet the author and get a copy of the book signed, if that's what you want.

Take a look at this great upcoming lineup that Recycle Book Club just published for the spring and summer of 2019!