Mount Rubidoux Manor's "Seniors Go Green" announce their 2nd Annual Green Event titled "Seniors and Children Go Green Day".
This event was kicked off in May by an Art Contest held in the Alvord Unified School and the Riverside Unified School Districts titled "The One Thing I Can Do..........to help the environment." The Art Winners were presented at City Council on September 21, and two Mayor's Choice Awards were given to two students personally selected by Mayor Ron Loveridge.
The two students were Kelsey Hondo, 1st place winner and David Uribe, Honorable Mention of the AUSD.
The event will be held on October 2, 2010, at White Park located at 3900 Market Street in Riverside, Ca. The hours are 10:00 to 2:00 where the Art Winners will be honored and receive their prizes.
Calendars of the Art Winners will be available for purchase the day of the event. Our special guest is Dan Peerless from Gray is Green: The National Senior Conservation Corps founded by retired Yale Professors in North Haven, Conn. We are an intergenerational event and have something for all to see and do.
Our sponsors are: The City of Riverside; Pechanga Casino and Resort; Riverside Woman's Club; Marriott Hotel; Riverside First Baptist Homes; SEIU; Mayor's Commission on Aging, Public Utilities; and Provident Bank.
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