• 1st District Supervisor Mick Gleason hosted a barbecue lunch for foster youth at the Kern County Network for Children Dream Center on March 25.

  • Spring Fling is scheduled for March 28 — April 4, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., at CALM. All children 12 and under will be admitted free when accompanied by a paying adult.

  • Sing Lum Elementary School student Jeffrey explains his Kern County Science Fair project to a judge during the 27th annual event on March 24. He was one of about 800 students who participated.

  • Motivational speaker Cedric Crawford leads students in a dance to kick off the 16th annual Leaders in Life Youth Conference. An estimated 2,000 6th-12th graders attended the conference on March 12.

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MOVE Model Site

The Richardson Center was designated as a MOVE Model Site on March 17; becomes one of only five sites in California

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Science Fair Results

2015 Kern County Regional Science Fair results announced; projects with top scores now eligible for state science fair

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Leaders in Life

Middle and high school students pack Bakersfield Convention Center for a day of networking, learning and motivation

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Wednesday March 25th

Spring Break starts this weekend for most Kern County students. How do you plan to keep the little ones busy? Don't miss CALM's annual Spring Fling, March 28 — April 4, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m, at the zoo. Kids 12 and under will get in FREE with a paying adult. CALM docents will be on site to give guests up-close-and-personal animal encounters, train rides can be had for just $1 and a Children’s Crafts Corner will be open in the Education Center. ...

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