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Fremont Fire looking for student volunteers, MDUSD promotes Townhall for childhood vaccinations

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Good morning, it's Friday, Nov. 12.

Oakland Rising needs volunteers for canvassing event!

Oakland Rising, a nonprofit aimed at increasing voter turnout, needs additional volunteers for a canvassing event in unincorporated Alameda County Saturday, Nov. 13 from noon to 3 p.m. Training, necessary materials and PPE will be provided. To sign up for the event, click here.

Fremont Fire looking for student volunteers!

The Fremont Fire Department is looking for student volunteers between the ages of 14-21 for a Fire Explorer program. According to the post, potential Fire Explorers must be Alameda County residents and be interested in a career in the fire service. Those interested can send an email to Program Coordinator Preston Mattos to apply by Friday, Nov. 26. Preston's email is

Contra Costa County Office of Education celebrates Veteran's Day

The Contra Costa County Office of Education honored military veterans on Thursday to commemorate Veteran's Day.

Mount Diablo Unified School District promotes county Townhall discussing vaccinations for children

Mount Diablo Unified School District Superintendent reminded parents and the public about a number of upcoming Townhalls regarding vaccinations for children that will be hosted by the county office of education. For a complete list of Townhalls and links to previous Townhalls, click here.

Contra Costa County Public Works road closures

The East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD) is finalizing pipeline replacement work late this week. According to the department, EBMUD, in conjunction with the Contra Costa County Public Works Department, is fully closing a portion of Miranda Avenue, Angela Avenue, Bolla Avenue, Saint Alicia Court and Bushmint Place. Residents are urged to avoid the area for the time being.

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

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