Zach Taylor’s five touchdown passes led Buena Park to a 43-34 victory over Cypress in a first-round CIF-SS Southwest Division game last Friday to earn the Sell Your Home with Lindsey Acton Player of the Week Award presented by Fullertonstories.com.
Target Clinics will open an on-site health care provider service December 6 in its West Fullerton store. The clinic will be staffed by Kaiser Permanente nurse practitioners and will offer primary health care services that included pediatric and adolescent care, family planning, well-woman care. According to the Target corporate website, the clinic will accept insurance plans other than their own membership plan. There are currently 79 Target Clinics in seven states.
From the Fullerton Police Department Public Information Office --The Fullerton Police Department has been awarded a $ 280,238.00 grant fromthe California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) for a year-long program of specialenforcements and public awareness efforts to prevent traffic related deaths andinjuries.
On Thursday evening Fullerton women gathered at the Community Center for the 10th annual Fullerton Women’s Leadership Forum hosted by City Council Members Jennifer Fitzgerald and Jan Flory. Founded in 2004 by then-City Council Member Sharon Quirk-Silva, the gathering honors women’s achievement in business, education, and community service.
There were about 230 participants from approximately fifteen different high schools throughout California, among which were SHHS and Troy High School students. There were even some elementary students who joined this event.
California water is one of the topics of discussion during 'All Points of the Compass', Cal State Fullerton annual geography symposium. The event is free and open to the public.