Upcoming Podcast Launch Puts Out Call For Co-Hosts

The upcoming launch of podcast It The Fighting Hole, being configured at new website, fightinghole.vet, is the result of a growing collaboration between the Marine Corps League and the Marine For Life Network in general, which was a main theme of the League’s Mid-Winter Conference in Virginia last weekend. Increasing awareness and visibility is a general order for both organizations going forward.

Specifically the podcast is a result of Marine Adrian ‘Yobi’ Blumberg’s efforts, in his role as Communications Officer of the East Bay’s M.C.L. Detachment 919, to engage with and expand knowledge of his detachment and the M4L Network.

“Our goal is to be able to meet with transitioning Marines and their families within the first two weeks of the Marine landing in the area to begin their new civilian life.”

New Episodes of In The Fighting Hole Coming

New interview with Maria Salazar, Marine in New York, fixing to graduate from with a degree in Art Therapy this May drops tomorrow, and a clip from the interview with Gustavo Ambrozio, Programmer at Large, and keep an eye put for another interview to be released soon with Pete Turner, host of the Break It Down podcast out of LA!

https://anchor.fm/inthefightinghole/episodes/Promo-for-Week-of-Apr-28th-e3scnc

LAWN REPORT RE: HIPPIES GETTING ON * see ‘Your’*

We are currently in need of 35 Volunteers to help with Habitat Restoration at Sabercat Historical Park this Saturday, May 4th. The volunteer opportunity is at Sabercat Creek, Site to be determined. Volunteers and Parents/Guardians, please read the information below along with the volunteer guidelines.

EVENT INFORMATION

This event is organized by the City of Fremont Environmental Services Division and is a Habitat Restoration. This is a great opportunity to have a positive impact on the environment.

WHAT TO BRING

Click on form to read the City of Fremont Community Services Department Volunteer Guidelines.Volunteer must bring a signed Volunteer Form to the event in order to participate in this volunteer opportunity. A reusable water bottle, outdoor work clothes: hats, sunscreen, sturdy closed-toe shoes/boots, long pants and a long-sleeved shirt. Highly recomended to bring your own gloves and tools (please label them).

VOLUNTEER DETAILS

Event: Habitat Restoration for Sabercat Historical Park

Date: Saturday May 4, 2019

Volunteer Time: 9 am – 12 pm, Arrive 10 minutes early 10 sign-in. Safety information starts at 9 am.

Location: Sabercat Historical Park, Specific Site sent with confirmation email

Ages: All Ages

Number of Spots: 35

Please note: This volunteer opportunity is limited to the first 35 people. Confirmations will be sent via email on Tuesday, April 30 or earlier. If selected, please bring school forms if necessary and a completed Volunteer Form.

Volunteer Tasks

  • Maintain native plants, remove invasive plants, and sheet mulch.

City of Fremont Community Services | 3300 Capitol Ave, Building B, Fremont, CA 94538

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