GoFundMe Account and Free Use of Adorni for Coast Guard Members

This is copied from a press release from the City Manager’s office on January 17, 2019

As a Coast Guard City, the City of Eureka is committed to helping our Coast Guard families during the Federal Government shutdown.

The City of Eureka will be collecting non-perishable food, gift cards and cash donations to assist Coast Guard Families.

Donations will be accepted during business hours at Eureka City Hall, City Manager’s Office or checks can be made to:

City of Eureka – Coast Guard Fund City Manager’s Office
531 K Street Eureka, CA 95501

Additionally, the City of Eureka has set up a “Go Fund Me” account. Individuals can donate by following this link.

The City of Eureka recognizes that this is a difficult and stressful time for Coast Guard members and all Federal employees.

Therefore, the City invites Coast Guard members and furloughed Federal employees to utilize the Adorni facilities at no cost during the furlough. Please bring your federal ID to access.

Please contact the City Manager’s office at 707.441.4144 for additional information.

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Be Part of a Solution to Houselessness

UPLIFT Eureka Co-Pilot Recruitment

Want to help the houseless population but not sure where to start?

Become an UPLIFT Eureka Volunteer Co-Pilot!

Co-Pilot Requirements:

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New Reduced Rate for Seniors at the Adorni!

We are pleased to announce that the Adorni is now participating in a fitness program available to residents who are insured members covered under an AARP® Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan insured by United Healthcare Insurance Company.

The rate is $11 for residents and $13.50 for non-residents per month. Basically, AARP is paying 50% of members rates.

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Teach your own community class.

Are YOU interested in teaching a community class? How cool! We’re always looking for people with great ideas

Ideas are virtually unlimited, including:

  • Cooking
  • Art
  • Fitness
  • You name it

Should you decide to teach a class with Eureka Community Services, we will do a great deal to help you make it successful. We want you and the class to be a tremendous hit; after all, we’re a team! And to that end, we have a wide range of resources we will use to help you promote it.

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New Hours at the Adorni

In case you missed it, as of January 1, 2019, the hours for the Adorni Community Center have changed.

We are now open:

  • Monday through Friday from 7AM to 7PM (This does not affect evening classes; they will continue as before.)
  • Saturdays 9AM to 7PM
  • Sundays 9AM to 4PM

Eureka Trash Bash Feb 2

Spend 90 minutes beautifying Eureka!

Come join us in yet another Eureka Trash Bash Saturday Feb 2 from 11AM to 12:30 PM as we clean up the 101 corridor from the Bayshore Mall to Wabash ave. Meet at Vigo St. next to discount tire. All supplies are provided.

Breakfast and lunch provided by Applebees. Bring your own cup for complimentary coffee by Humboldt Bay Coffee.

This is brought to you by ECO Eureka, PacOut Green Team, Empower Eureka, Vampire Penguin, STIL, and Pacific Outfitters.

Please show up at 10:45am for breakfast and coffee; cleanup will begin at 11am.

All supplies – and a meal – are provided:

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E.C.O. Eureka Teaches Local Students About Stormwater Pollution

Eco Eureka and RCAA have teamed up to educate local students about the importance of stormwater pollution prevention.

This week students at EHS and Zane took a closer look at storm drains, gutters, permeable and impermeable surfaces, trash and water flow around their campuses to spark ideas of how to keep stormwater clean. Then they installed storm drain markers to bring awareness that all stormwater flows to Humboldt Bay! Continue reading E.C.O. Eureka Teaches Local Students About Stormwater Pollution