On Saturday, February 6th, noon to 3:00 PM, College of San Mateo will open College Heights Stadium to the
undefeated Wounded Warrior Amputee Football Team (WWAFT) in a moving match against San Francisco’s NFL Alumni.
The WWAFT is made up of men and women who lost a limb while serving in Iraq or Afghanistan. Its first game against the NFL Alumni was played prior to Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis. This year’s game in San Mateo will be their fifth appearance during activities leading up to the Super Bowl. Learn more and buy tickets ($10.00) at http://woundedwarrioramputeefootballteam.org/team-info/team-calendar/
The City of San Mateo City Services Academy is an outstanding opportunity to learn about the challenges facing municipal government today and to interact with City staff. Eleven City departments are involved (including City Council, City Manager, Community Development, Public Works, Parks & Recreation). Taught by City staff, the Academy provides an interactive learning experience through case studies, site tours, and class discussions. The program is open to anyone 18 or older, who works or resides in San Mateo and has an interest in City government. Participants must be willing to devote Wednesday nights for 12 weeks.
Sign up early for this FREE opportunity to understand, and participate directly with, our City leaders by contacting Laurie Strange, firstname.lastname@example.org, to be added to the mailing list. Applications will be available Spring 2016.
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