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    Program specialist Carrie Atkin-Goss helps a student pick out shoes during the annual Children’s Shopping Spree at Kohl’s. The event is co-hosted by CCCC and provides at-need students with back-to-school clothes and supplies.

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    KCSOS's Greg Rhoten has been elected chairman of SELPA Administrators of California, a statewide association of professional educators organized to present, review, and evaluate major special education issues.

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    The Early Childhood Council of Kern is urging families to put down their electronics and engage in conversation through a new outreach campaign. Click on the photo to find out more.

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    Groundskeeper Ray Burton installs a drip line in a succulents garden at KCSOS’s facility on Union Avenue. The garden is part of a larger xeriscape demonstration area being constructed to showcase various water-saving options.

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Monday August 3rd

The Bakersfield Active 20-30 Club, in conjunction with Community Connection for Child Care (CCCC) and Kohl's, hosted the annual Children’s Shopping Spree at Kohl’s on Gosford on Saturday. The annual event provides more than 200 local disadvantaged students with a new backpack filled with school supplies along with a $100 gift card. Volunteers from the organizations acted as personal shoppers to help the children pick out new school clothes and shoes. ...

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