Virtual support group for CoCo parents, Celebrate Diwali in Alameda County

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Good morning, it's Thursday, Nov. 11.

Contra Costa County's virtual support group for Raindbow parents, guardians and caregivers

The Rainbow Community Center of Contra Costa County is putting on a virtual support group for parents, guardians and caregivers that meets every second Thursday of the month.

Contra Costa County looking for Mailing Machine Operator

The Contra Costa County Public Works Department is looking to fill a Mailing Machine Operator position. The permanent, full-time position starts at just over $43,000 annual salary. According to the post, interested applicants must have a valid California Driver's License and at least one year of experience operating and maintaining bulk mailroom equipment.

Celebrate Diwali in Alameda County

The Heritage House at the Alameda County Fairgrounds is helping county residents celebrate Diwali. The county, in partnership with the Hindu American Foundation, ISKCON and Sewa International, decorated the Heritage House with festive decorations in homage of the holiday.

East Bay favorite comes to Embarcadero in SF

East Bay favorite Cholita Linda is coming to San Francisco! That's right, the food truck turned brick-and-mortar Latinx restaurant has officially expanded to a prime, waterfront retail space along the City's Embarcadero located a 1 Ferry Building Suite 44. The soft opening hours for Cholita Linda are 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Take in the beautiful views and eat some tacos at this authentic Bay Area Latin restaurant.

Above are some of the most relevant and interesting municipal, legal and health-related updates for the two major East Bay Area counties.

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