The Las Lomas High School Car Classic will be held Sept. 15 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the school, 1460 S. Main St.
For the second year in a row, the car show will feature various vehicles and have food, music and prizes. All money raised at the event will benefit the senior class' activities.
Organizers are still looking for entries of new, used or vintage cars. There will also be test drives available of new Dodge, Chevy, Ford and Toyota cars.
Students are also encouraged to attend with their own cars. It costs $10 for a student to enter their own car in the show.
Organizers also seek donations of gift certificates, merchandise and coupons that can be used as fliers. Go to www.laslomasptsa.com to download a donor form.
To enter your car or get more information, go to http://llhscarclassic.org
Individual volunteers and company employees have pledged their support to bring Junior Achievement of Northern California programs to Contra Costa schools again this year, according to a news release.
Junior Achievement is an organization focused on educating students on financial literacy, workforce readiness and entrepreneurship. Junior Achievement of Northern California serves 23 counties and in the 2011-12 school year worked with more than 122,000 students. The group offers in-school
The programs are taught in the classroom and workplace by volunteers from the local business community. Walnut Creeks students participated last year and will again this year, according to the group.
Last school year, Contra Costa students participated in "JA Days," where trained volunteers spent a day in a classroom, or once a week for up to seven weeks.
"Students learned the basics of personal and professional finances, starting and marketing a business, ethical dilemmas, and entrepreneurship," according to the release. "Teachers welcome JA into the classroom because it helps students connect other lessons and topics they have covered to 'real world' applications."
For more information go to www.janorcal.org
Berean Christian High School will host a National Christian College Fair that is open to the public.
The fair will take place 6 to 8 p.m. Sept. 13 in the school's gym at 245 El Divisadero Ave. in Walnut Creek. More than 30 colleges will be represented, and there will be a financial aid seminar at 6:45 p.m.
To learn more, go to www.nccf.us
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