Concord High hosts first car, truck, bike show

Concord High School hosts an inaugural Car, Truck and Bike Show on April 19, at the school, 200 Concord Blvd., Concord.

Registration is from 7 to 11 a.m. Awards will be presented at 2 p.m. The entry fee is $30 per vehicle. Spectators are free.

For information, call 925-687-2030.

Spring fundraiser at Mountain View

The Mountain View Elementary School Parent/Faculty Club will host Parent's Night Out from 6 to 9 p.m. May 2, at the Renaissance Hotel, 2805 Jones Road, in Walnut Creek.

The event features a dinner, silent and live auctions, 50/50 cash raffle, deck of card game for a chance to win a $1,600 Bulova diamond watch and more.

The fundraiser benefits school programs and the purchase of electronics.

Admission is $40 per person. R.S.V.P. by April 30; tickets will not be sold at the door.

Baby sitting will be available until 9 p.m. for $5 per hour.

For information, email Rene Rogers at slickmommy@aol.com or Jessica Hoversen at hoversenjess@yahoo.com or call the school at 925-689-6450.

Students at Oak Grove eligible for free meal

The Mt. Diablo School District is participating in the Child and Adult Care Food Program for at-risk students.

The afterschool supper program is free to all children enrolled at Oak Grove Middle School, 2050 Minert Road, Concord.


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For more information, contact Suzanne Bernhard at 925-682-8000, ext. 4127.

Hope Academy offers summer program

Hope Academy for Dyslexics is registering children ages 1-7 for a half-day summer program from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. June 16-July 11. The school, at 5353 Concord Blvd. in Concord, serves dyslexic children who struggle in the areas of reading, writing or spelling.

The four-week program fees are $1,000 per child. For information, call Laurey Ahonen at 925-687-7555 or go to www.hopeacademyconcord.org.

Mount Diablo photo contest for students

The second annual Scholastic Photo Contest invites students in grades K-12 in Contra Costa and Alameda counties to submit their original pictures of Mount Diablo.

Photos can be of one of the Diablo parks, listed on the contest website at www.SaveMountDiabloContest.com, that showcases why the student enjoys Mount Diablo's lands and think they should be protected.

All photographs must be submitted by April 30. Winners will be announced May 12.

The contest raises awareness about Save Mount Diablo's work and encourages students to visit their local natural parks, explained public relations manager Beryl Anderson.

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