The RCC Community Garden is competing for one of four $20,000 or one of twenty $10,000 grants from Seeds of Change. The fifty gardens with the most votes will move into a second round where their essays and applications will be read by judges. Community voting began on March 31 and will continue till April 18, anyone who votes can vote once everyday. For more information contact Tonya Huff at email@example.com.
Riverside walk for wishes
Make a Wish foundation will be at Fairmount Park April 9 at 7:30 a.m. for its annual Riverside Walk for Wishes event. There will be a spirit walk in the morning followed by vendors, games, prizes and live entertainment. For more information about the event contact Sarah Pizzaruso event coordinator at 714-573-9474.
Aarefah Mosavi spoke against the hiring of former Mt. SAC Equal Employment Opportunity Programs Director Lorranie Jones at the Riverside Community College District Board of Trustees meeting on April 5.
Riverside City College secured a decisive win against Orange Coast College in an Orange Empire Conference track and field meet on March 25, winning 110-42. The men also won in convincing fashion, 107-50.
The Riverside City College baseball team was able to come away with two non conference wins over Santa Barbara City College and Taft College following a five game losing streak to start conference play.