SUNRISE SERVICE - Bethany Lutheran Church will hold a Sunrise Service Easter Sunday, April 20, at 7 am in the church at Shaw and Madera Ave. Breakfast will be served, followed by a special service at 10 and an Easter egg hunt at 11 am. All are welcome. For more information call Pastor Jodi Golden Lund at 843-2547.
RELAY FOR LIFE - Relay for Life meetings are April 21, Apr. 23 (Bank Night). The committee meets at 6:30 pm and Team Captains at 7 pm at Kerman Covenant Church in the main building. The Event is on April 26-27 9 am -9 pm at the high school. For more information contact event chair Shavawn Meyer, 559-213-3773, or email email@example.com, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
LIFEGUARD CLASS - The City of Kerman Recreation Department is offering an American Red Cross Lifeguard Certification class Wednesday, April 30 Ė Sunday, May 4. Cost is $190 per person and includes certification cards, CPR/AED handbook and a CPR mask, payment is due on the first day of class. Register for class by Monday, April 28, must have 5 participants to offer class. For more information on class times and location call Theresa Johnson, Recreation Coordinator at 846-9383.
CRAB FEED - The Kerman Rotary Club will host a Crab Feed on Saturday, May 3, in the Kerman Community Center, with hors devours at 6 p.m. and dinner at 7. Tickets are $60 for adults, $25 for under 12. The event will benefit youth seniors and the high school band.
CHURCH DINNER - Kerman United Methodist Church will hold itís annual Chicken Dinner, Raffle and Silent Auction on Saturday, May 3, from 4 to 7 pm, in the church at 3095 N. Madera Ave. Tickets are $10. For more information call the church at 846-8686, Patty (209) 380-1418, or Kay (559) 907-4212.
GOLF TOURNEY - The 8th Annual Kerman Quarterback Club Golf Tournament will be held at Madera Golf & Country Club on Saturday, May 3 at 1 pm. Cost is $100 per player, Hole Sponsorships are $100, Gold Sponsorships are $250, Platinum Sponsorships are $600 and the Title Sponsorships are $1,000. Gold, Platinum and Title sponsorships will be displayed at every home football game for both Pop Warner and Kerman High School games. The Kerman Quarterback Club is a non-profit organization that supports the football programs in Kerman, from the Pop Warner level through the High School. Donations help to purchase updated equipment, team meals, sponsor the annual youth football camp and also allowed the coaching staff the opportunity to attend coaching conferences. Raffle items can also be donated for a raffle during the tournament. For additional information please contact Efrain Guizar at email@example.com or by phone at 559-351-2058.
RECORDS SHREDDING - Kerman Unified School District will destroy Special Education student records on file for students who have a birth date year of 1989 or later. Student records include all Special Education records-copies of Individual Education Programs (IEPís) test reports, progress reports, etc. Destruction of these records will begin on or after May 15, 2014. Should you wish to obtain your records, you must contact the Pupil Personnel Services Office at (559) 842-2162 prior to May 10, 2014.
DOCUMENT SHREDDING - Central Valley Community Bank will offer free document shredding Tuesday, May 20, 9 am to noon, in Kerman at 360 S. Madera Ave. (559) 842-2265. Businesses and individuals may shred confidential files of up to six banker boxes per person or business for free (up to truck capacity).
ALMOND SYMPOSIUM - The Southern San Joaquin Valley Almond Symposium will be held Thursday, May 29, from 7:30 am to 12:30 pm at the Kerman Community Center, 15101 W. Kearney Blvd. There will be presentations by UC specialists. Registration is $10. Register at ucanr.edu/ or call 559-241-7515 for more information.
SOBER GRAD - The 2014 Sober Grad Committee is asking for cash, prizes, food or gift certificates to cover the annual event, scheduled for June 5. For more information call Anne at 696-6602 or Gracie at 916-0147.