CCIE PROGRAMS & ACTIVITIES
CCIE MOURNS THE LOSS OF PRESIDENT CHRIS MCCARTHY
The entire California community college community was saddened by the sudden loss of President Chris McCarthy. Chris was the President of Napa Valley college, and the President of CCIE since 2007. He was a sincere advocate of international education and CCIE and a personal friend of mine since 1985. I first met Chris when he was a faculty at Los Angeles Harbor College and I had just started working at the Institute for International Education at the Los Angeles District. Chris worked to include different ethnic, racial and social class voices in his English classes and was among the first community college faculty to lead semester length study abroad programs. He remained a champion for international education at all of the colleges that he worked at throughout the decades. CCIE sends our condolences to the entire Napa Valley Community.
Reflections from Donald Culton
You have lots of acquaintances in life, hopefully many friends, but in your entire life you only have a few best friends. Today I have one less. Chris McCarthy often wondered how he had gone from playing a guitar in a bar in Alaska to President of Napa Valley College. He was thankful and overjoyed at landing a full time teaching gig at Harbor College. To him that was real success. Destiny or just plain competence pulled him into administration, though he would often joke, asking why had he given up the classroom to put up with budget and personnel problems. He said his greatest educational experience was twice leading Harbor students to Cambridge, England for a semester abroad. His continuing commitment to international understanding was shown by his leadership as President of California Colleges for International Education since 2007. He will be missed by many for good reason. He was a genuinely nice guy.
CCIE Announces the 2009 - 2010 Board of Officers
CCIE is please to announce the 2009-2010 Board of Officers. These are volunteer positions to help guide CCIE activities. The new President will be announced after the CCLC convention in November. Continuing as Treasurer is Dr. Jacob Ng, Peralta Community College District. The four new Vice-Presidents are: Dr. Bill Scroggins, Superintendent/President of College of Sequoias; Dr. Mark Robinson, Vice-Chancellor, Student Development, City College of San Francisco; Michael Mandelkern, Dean of Literature, Orange Coast College. The final VP will be announced shortly. Please feel free to contact any of the new officers with comments and suggestions.
CHANCELLOR JACK SCOTT NAFSA COMMUNITY COLLEGE LUNCHEON SPEECH
Chancellor Jack Scott has given CCIE a copy of his key-note presentation at the 2009 NAFSA Community College Luncheon, Thursday- May 28, whose theme was "International Education & Workforce Development in a Time of Economic Crisis." To access his speech and President Emeritus, Edward Valeau Introduction please go to www.ccieworld.org
CCIE DUES FOR 2009-2010
CCIE wants to remind all our members that, now, more than ever, it is important to pay your dues. CCIE dues are collected on the academic year - July 1 - June 30. It is critical that every member be current with their dues in order for CCIE to continue to support activities such as the Newsletter, Web-Page, Workshops, and Student Scholarships and Institutional Grants. If your college has not already processed your 2009-2010 dues, please make sure that the paperwork is being processed.
CCIE ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING & LEADERSHIP SKILLS WORKSHOP: November 18, 9:00 - 12:00
CCIE would like to welcome everyone to attend our annual Business Meeting and Leadership Skills Workshop on Wednesday, November 18 from 9:30 - 12:00 at the CCLC convention, at the Hyatt Regency SFO in Burlingame. Please join us for this important meeting. The agenda includes : a) collaboration in light or economic challenge; b) building new leadership; and c) making a difference: International Education and Community Colleges. CCLC President, Scott Lay is the highlighted speaker. A roundtable featuring new CCIE Board of Offices Dr. Bill Scroggins and Dr. Mark Robinson will address the theme of Internationalizing our Campus during Economically Challenging Times. Please share information on this meeting to those at your college who are attending CCLC. It is also appreciated, if you can RSVP to Rosalind at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are planning to attend.
INTERNATIONAL NEGOTIATIONS MODULE PROJECT (INMP) & U.S. INSTITUTE OF PEACE WORKSHOP
All CCIE college members were invited to a special workshop on Internationalizing the Curriculum, with key-note speaker, David Smith, Director, U.S. Institute for Peace. The theme of the workshop was Causes of War: Paths to Peace. The event was sponsored by the Center for Active Learning in International Studies (CALIS); United States Institute of Peace (USIP), Whittier College INP (international negotiation project) and CCIE. This program helped celebrate the 20 years that the community college INMP program has been in existence.
The USIP offers an annual summer community college seminar. For information: www.usip.org/education-training/domestic/college-and-university-programs/global-peace-and-security-commuity-coll
Also at this site is information on the Peace, Conflict, and Security in Community Colleges (PCSCC) Special Interest Group. The SIG is formed with the objective of supporting community college faculty, staff, and administrators who are teaching and promoting subjects and topics that broadly relate to peace, conflict, and security. Those that work closely with community colleges are also invited to affiliate. PCSCC supports efforts at improving curriculum (content and pedagogy) as well as other strategies used by community colleges in promoting domestic and international peace, conflict resolution, and security. PCSCC is not affiliated with any other organization rather it aims to meet at times when other entities are convening. Meetings are informal and focus on promoting the field in community colleges and working towards a vibrant and interdisciplinary effort in community colleges. Founding members are:
Jennifer Batton, Cuyahoga Community College; Susan Lohwater, Cuyahoga Community College; Paul Hanson, Cuyahoga Community College; Carol Franklin, Cuyahoga Community College; Jessica Szabla, Kent State University; Farane Farazdaghi, Golden West College; Abbie Jenks, Greenfield Community College; Greg Rabb, Jamestown Community College; Barbara Thorngren, Nashua Community College; and David J. Smith, U.S. Institute of Peace
The INMP is an on-line simulation of international negotiation that allows community college faculty from across the curriculum to infuse an international perspective into their classes. http://www.icons.umd.edu/inp/index.html Students negotiate on a range of international issues selected by the faculty members so that they can support the substance of their classes. Each participating classroom adopts the role of a different country and negotiates from the point of view of that country. At the conclusion of the project, students will be familiar with the culture, economy, history and politics of other countries, the interrelationship of nations, the art of negotiation, and with the Internet. Community college faculty from all disciplines are invited to participate and former students acknowledge that this was an exceptional learning experience as they not only learn more about current issues and negotiations in general, but that they become more aware of the ways in which such issues affect them personally. If your faculty would like to participate in the Spring 2010 simulation, please contact Rosalind.
POCCSA GRANT UPDATES
CCIE was awarded an IFSA Foundation Grant to help further access to community college study abroad semester-length programs in California. We are now in the final semester of the grant, Providing Opportunities to Community College Study Abroad (POCCSA). Planned activities include:
- 7th Cycle student scholarships. Scholarships range from $ 250 - $ 1500 and are available for students participating in a CCIE member college Spring 2010 semester-or quarter length program. For Student Scholarship criteria and application, please visit the CCIE webpage at www.ccieworld.org The Due date is October 22.
- On-line survey to assist with dissemination of Standards of Best Practice. Please watch for information on this survey and support CCIE by promptly participating.
FULL SCHOLARSHIPS TO STUDY IN KOREA FOR SPRING SEMESTER 2009
CCIE announces the Spring 2010 Student Scholarships to study in Soonchunhyang University in Korea. These scholarships for only for students from CCIE member colleges who are current with their dues. The scholarship includes the following: Tuition; airfare (up to $ 800); room/board; weekly living expense support of 150,000 W (approximately $ 125). Students depart in early March and return in mid-June and will take courses in Korean Language, Culture, Business and Korean/American Relations. In addition, students will spend 15 hours per week in the “cultural and language ambassador” program in which they converse with Korean students studying at Soonchunhyang University and share cultural information. Academic credits offered by Soonchunhyang University. Students DO NOT NEED TO KNOW ANY KOREAN TO APPLY. This is not a group study abroad program, but rather an individually designed program and as such, medical insurance must be obtained privately by an international insurance provider before arrival on campus.
Soonchunhyang University was founded in 1978 and offers undergraduate programs in 5 colleges. The university is located on Central West Coast of South Korea, and is located nearby famous resort destinations and cultural attractions. For more information on Soonchunhyang University, visit: http://www-english.sch.ac.kr
For a SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION, please e-mail Rosalind Raby at email@example.com
APPLICATIONS ARE DUE OCTOBER 15.
THE COMPARATIVE AND INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION SOCIETY (CIES) WESTERN REGIONAL CONFERENCE AT UCLA, NOVEMBER 12 - 14.
The Theme is “Education and International Engagement.” The conference will be devoted to the theme of Education and International Engagement. The conference will address education efforts within and among regions and countries, emphasizing the impact of factors such as globalization, national development, urbanization, equity and access. For additional information please visit : http://www.cideucle.org/
MOBILITY INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR
Mobility International USA, National Clearinghouse on Disability and Exchange
announces their “Disability Community Seminar: Accessing the World through International Exchange.” at Berkeley, CA on October 30, 2009
U.S. citizens and residents with disabilities and representatives of U.S. disability organizations are invited to attend this one-day seminar and luncheon as we discuss the ‘Who, What, Where and Why’ of international exchange for U.S. students, teachers, professionals and others with disabilities:
- Presenters with disabilities will share personal international exchange stories and talk about accommodation strategies for navigating abroad, what to bring, what to expect and more.
- Participants will receive practical tools and resources on using VR and keeping SSI benefits, while also learning about scholarships available for international exchange.
- Representatives of international exchange organizations will present about programs and scholarships, best practices and share from past exchange experiences.
When: Friday, October 30, 2009, 9:30am - 4:00pm . Cost: $40.00* (includes lunch).
*Registrants may request a scholarship for a reduced rate based on financial need.
For more information and registration, go to: www.miusa.org/ncde/semninarbayarea
FAMILIARIZATION TRIP TO CAPE TOWN
Familiarization Trip to Cape Town offered by Fellowship Travel International
Fellowship Travel International is offering a Familiarization Trip to see their African volunteer program in Cape Town, November 22-29. The cost is $ 879 (from Washington Dulles Airport). Participants will do volunteer work through the Living Hope Community Center which offers the largest local response to HIV and AIDS in South Africa. Fellowship Travel works to match volunteers’ skill sets and fields of study with the local needs. The Familiarization Trip has generous support from South African airlines, Living Hope and the Team House. For additional information, please contact For more information, simply contact Johanne Cossette, Tour Manager:
(804) 550-0121, ext. #119
(800) 235-9384, ext. #119
SPRING 2010 GLIMPSE CORRESPONDENTS PROGRAM
The Spring 2010 Glimpse Correspondents Program seeks applicants. Supported in part by the National Geographic Society, the Correspondents Program is for especially talented study abroad students specializing in writing or photography. Correspondents receive a $ 600 stipend, a professsional editor, career training in writing and photography, guaranteed publication on Glimpse.org and potential publication in National Geographic platforms. Application is due Nov. 1: http://glimpse.org/correspondents/share or contact Kerala Taylor, Editor in Chief, firstname.lastname@example.org.
CIEE - INTERNATIONAL FACULTY DEVELOPMENT SEMINARS AND PING FELLOWSHIP
CIEE announces that there will be Faculty Development Seminars for Summer, 2010 in 23 countries. Applications are due March 1, but the Ping Fellowship Application is due Jan. 15. http://www.ciee.org/IFDS/application/
INTERNATIONALSTUDENT.COM TRAVEL VIDEO CONTEST: DUE OCT. 30
InternationalStudent.com is pleased to present the Fourth Annual Video Contest. Grand Prize is $3,500 and there will be other great prizes, like an iPod Touch and a video camera. This is a great opportunity for international and study abroad students, to tell their story. Videos can be no longer than 5 minutes long; there is no minimum length. Entries must be received by October 30, 2009. For more information and to enter, go to: http://www.InternationalStudent.com/contest/ or contact Keith Clausen, email@example.com
NAFSA STUDENT DIPLOMAT VIDEO CONTEST
NAFSA and Abroad View, the global education magazine for students, is sponsoring the 2009 Student Diplomat Video Contest. By sharing stories about their experiences abroad, students can win $ 300. The contest is open to U.S. undergraduate students who are currently studying abroad or have recently returned from a study abroad experience. Videos should focus on how their experience has helped to advance global understanding. Participants are encouraged to consider how their study abroad experience has shaped them as a global citizen, served as a bridge to cross-cultural understanding, promoted peace, or positively impacted the local community in which they studied. Videos should be no longer than three minutes. The deadline for entries is 11:59 p.m. EDT, November 6, 2009. For complete contest guidelines and to learn how to submit a video, visit http://www.nafsa.org/publicpolicy/
INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION – GENERAL INFORMATION
SAN JOSE STATE NEW ONLINE BA DEGREE IN GLOBAL STUDIES
San Jose State University announces a new online BA degree in Global Studies. The Global Studies Online is an interdisciplinary, inter-collegiate program that provides an understanding of the global society, political, economic, and natural environment and skills in creating thinking and analysis. The Global Studies degree prepares graduates for employment in international business, finance, government, security, non-profits, and service industries like entertainment and IT. The Online program is unique in allowing students to complete their upper division course-work entirely online. For information contact Mark McKenna, Associate Director, Global Studies Initiative firstname.lastname@example.org or http://gsonline.sjsu.edu.
To nominate a President, contact Shannon Bishop at email@example.com
IIE NETWORK UNIVERSITY PRESIDENTS INTERVIEW SERIES
IIE has launched a University Presidents Interview Series to help provide readers with a perspective on how the upper levels of higher education administration interpret the importance of internationalization and the role fo the university in promoting it. These interview will also discuss how international experiences have impacted the careers of the Presidents interviewed and how best to equipt today’s students for an increasingly global world. The first series of interview include President John B. Simpson, University at Buffalo; President Stephen M. Curtis, Community College of Philadelphia; and President Ruth J. Simmons, Brown University. To access these interviews go to www.iienetwork.org/?p=InterviewSeries.
To nominate a President, contact Shannon Bishop at firstname.lastname@example.org
AACC/IIE WORKSHOP- STUDY ABROAD AT COMMUNITY COLLEGES
This first ever workshop was held on March 14, 2008, at IIE Headquarters in New York City, was highly successful with over 85 attendees. The 3rd Workshop will be held in Houston, Texas on March 19. Watch for registration information.
USA TODAY ARTICLES ON INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION
Mary Beth Marklei wrote a series of articles on Community College International Education for USA Today. She profiled the AACC Tour to Vietnam as well.
Vietnam, other nations look to U.S.-style community colleges (datelined Rach Gia, home of Kien Giang Community College)
Photos: Tour Hay Tay Community College
U.S. college recruiters find growing market overseas, in Vietnam (about AACC fair)
U.S. community colleges strive to boost study-abroad programs
"REASONS TO STUDY IN CHINA" BY COLIN SPEAKMAN, CONSULTANT ON CHINA INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION
Community College Models: Globalization and Higher Education Reform, Edited by Raby, Rosalind Latiner and Valeau, Edward J. has been published by Springer Publishers. ISBN: 978-1-4020-9476-7. Information can be found at http://www.springer.com/education/comparative+education/book/978-1-4020-9476-7
I think we all recognize the arguments for study of Mandarin (surely now the most important language after English for the world to study?), the globalization aspects of Chinese economic development/international business, and international relations in the context of Chinese foriegn policy (US-China axis).
However I have long detected a rise in interest in studying "Chinese Culture, Beliefs, Philosophy" as well among US students and indeed "our" students once in China.
While I pitch this in a practical way "Understanding Chinese culture will help understand Chinese business and economics", there's no doubt that study of the culture (and related) for its own sake is coming more in promenance.
I think some of this has resulted from "a perceived failure of western values" in the recent/current global financial crisis.
In addition, a timely new book by Martin Ja9ques "When China Rules the World" alludes to the importance of the cultural focus. Jacques argues that China is not so much a country now as it is a culture, a civilization. Its ability to assimilate and change the cultures with which it comes in contact is the key characteristic of its existence as a uniquely complex nation with a long, multifaceted evolutionary path.
The theme of the enduring impact of Chinese culture is picked up below in some extracts from the current conferences celebrating Confucius' birthday on Monday September 28
"If human beings are to survive, they have to go back some 2,500 years, to the era of Confucius, according to Professor Xavier Walter"
"The central ideas of filial piety and fraternity as emphasized by Confucius connote a kind of responsibility based on experience and studies, and are eminently superior to individualism as enshrined by the West."
AACC and ACCT Joint Statement on the Role of Community Colleges in International Education
Please click here to see the the Joint Statement.
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT CORNER
AACC LETTER TO DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY STUDENT AND EXCHANGE VISITOR PROGRAM
AACC cosigned a letter to the Department of Homeland Security's Student and Exchange Visitor Program, along with the other five major presidential associations (ACE, AAU, NAICU, NASULGC, AASCU), raising concerns with proposed increases of fees for the Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS) and related policy changes. SEVP has proposed raising the fee that international students pay to support SEVIS from $100 to $200. Fee increases for colleges would be even more significant. Schools wishing to be recertified for the SEVIS system would have to pay $1,700 for the certification petition fee and $655 for each necessary site visit, up from $230 and $350, respectively. The higher education letter objected to the fact that DHS is proposing to fund all SEVIS related enforcement costs through user fees. The letter also raises concern with the extensive increase in the breadth of data relating to international students that institutions would have to maintain and provide to the DHS upon request. See for details: http://www.aacc.nche.edu/Template.cfm?section=GovernmentRelations
Spotlights on CCIE member colleges are provided in each Updates. Please send any information that you would like to share about your college, including information on faculty, students, international guests who have recently visited your college, and related international educational activities. In addition, if any of your students or faculty have received international related scholarships or grants, please share that with CCIE so that we can publicly congratulate your students.
SMC RECEIVES FEDERAL GRANT FOR INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION
Santa Monica College received a two-year U.S. Department of Education Undergraduate International Studies and Foreign Language Title VI A Grant totaling nearly $180,000 that will be used to develop a comprehensive international studies program. The grant comes in the third year of SMC’s global citizenship initiative, a pioneering crusade that seeks to foster in students an understanding of international, intercultural and ecological issues, as well as an understanding of economic factors and human rights and environmental issues. The initiative distinguishes itself from other colleges and universities, however, by going beyond an international studies program and incorporating volunteer work and the cultivation of a sense of global responsibility. In the 2 /12 years since the global citizenship initiative was launched, the college has taken major steps toward realizing its goal. The college has added a global citizenship requirement (one class) for students to receive an Associate of Arts degree. It has strengthened its Study Abroad program and, through the Associated Students, provided scholarships for low-income students to participate in these overseas study trips. It launched a Global Connections and other internationally themed lecture series. And it has sent SMC faculty and other employees to several countries to study international, cultural and global environmental issues. New programs are being planned for China and Turkey with the assistance of the grant funds.
- LAKE TAHOE COLLEGE Needs additional students for their Education Abroad program in Chile: Culinary Arts - Explore the Food, Wine, and Culture of Chile. Dec. 9 -18, 2009. Approximately $ 3,600. For more information please contact Jen Spina and email@example.com
- EL CAMINO COLLEGE Needs additional students for their Education Abroad program in New Zealand and Sydney, Australia. Jan. 9 - Feb. 4. Classes include Group Communication, Intercultural Communication, and Physical Geography. There is a significant hiking component in New Zealand. Cost: $ 5,395 which includes airfare. For additional iformation please contact Matt Ebiner, firstname.lastname@example.org or Rosemary Swade, email@example.com. www.elcamino.edu/faculty/mebiner/ Needs additional students for their Education Abroad program in New Zealand and Sydney, Australia. Jan. 9 - Feb. 4. Classes include Group Communication, Intercultural Communication, and Physical Geography. There is a significant hiking component in New Zealand. Cost: $ 5,395 which includes airfare. For additional iformation please contact Matt Ebiner, firstname.lastname@example.org or Rosemary Swade, email@example.com. www.elcamino.edu/faculty/mebiner/
GENERAL CCIE INFORMATION
UPDATE YOUR COLLEGES´ INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS ON CCIEWORLD.ORG
Please review the CCIE web-site to make sure that you college is accurately listed. The CCIE web-site includes information on all programs related to international education and highlights awards, grants, and other information to showcase your college. Please send any updates to Rosalind at firstname.lastname@example.org
The National Clearinghouse on Disability and Exchange (NCDE)'s Web site
This web-site provides links to information about several initiatives including Foreign Language Programs, Community College Exchanges, and Diversity & Disability. The NCDE, administered by Mobility International USA and sponsored by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the U.S. Department of State, assists international exchange programs in the process of including people with disabilities in all types of international exchange programs. Visit: http://www.miusa.org/ncde.
Visit the CCIE web-site section to view various scholarship opportunities for students studying abroad and for international students studying at California community colleges. Please send information on any scholarship that your students have been rewarded that assist them gain international literacy skills.
Check the web-site for deadlines for:
Note Special Scholarship Opportunities just for CCIE member colleges
- October 7 - 10: 40th Annual Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT) Leadership Congress: “Achieving Success in a Global Economy: Navigating the Education Landscape During Turbulent Times.” www.acct.org/events/annualcongress/09/
- October 13-16: Australian International Education Conference. “Transitions and Transformations”. Sydney, Australia. http://www.aiec.idp.com/home.aspx
- October 15: Academic Cooperation Association (ACA) / Swedish Institution (SI) European Policy Seminar: “Making Ends Meet - Innovative Ways of Funding International Students.” in Stockholm. www.aca-secretariat.be/08events/Seminars
- October 26 - 30: NAFSA Region XII Conference in San Diego
- November 8 - 11: Annual Canadian Bureau International Education (CBIE) Conference: “Internationalization Effectiveness: Strategies for Success.” in Toronto, Canada: www.cbie.ca/conference/2009/index_en.html
- November 11- 14: Council on International Education Exchange (CIEE) Annual Conference: “Cultivating Culture: Local Foundations, Global Perspectives”: in Istanbul, Trukey: www.ciee.org/conference/istanbul/register.aspx
- November 10: National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER) “Young People: Finding their Way in a New Era.” in Melbourne, Australia: www.ncver.edu.au/newsevents/policy/forum.html
- November 12 - 14: CIES Western Region Conference at UCLA
- November 18: CCIE Annual Meeting at the CCLC Convention, San Francisco: 9:30 - 12:30
- Feb. 19: IIE / AACC Education Abroad Workshop: Houston Www.iienetwork.org/?p=IIE_AACC_2009
- Feb. 20 - 23: CCID Conference: Texas
- March 1 - 5: Comparative and International Education Society Conference: Chicago
- March 24 - 25: Annual Meeting of The Forum: North Carolina
- May 25 - 30: NAFSA Conference: Kansas City
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BENEFITS OF COLLEGE & DISTRICT CCIE MEMBERSHIP
Members of full status are entitled to:
a) ability to vote in all elections and to enjoy other rights and privileges accord to all members; b) access of CCIE Website and inclusion of college / institution in Website; c) access to a collaborative network of community colleges who are devoted to international / intercultural education; d) access to CCIE thematic workshops at reduced rates (TBA); e) access to the CCIE International Negations Modules Project (INMP); f) access to technical assistance team on global competence and its development on community college campuses; g) eligibility for CCIE faculty and staff grants; h) eligibility for CCIE student scholarships; I) eligibility for officer positions; j) inclusion in CCIE annual reports that documents the individual activities of member colleges and which is shared with colleges and organizations throughout the state and nationally; k) inclusion of College in CCIE list-serve; l) participate in the annual business meeting; m) receipt of CCIE on-line monthly newsletter; n) receipt of the CCIE quarterly Directory of Study Abroad Programs; o) receipt to reports and publications prepared by CCIE experts; p) reduced CCIE conference fees.
CCIE Supporting Member for 2008-2009
Cerritos; Chabot-Las Positas CCD; Citrus; Coast District; Contra Costa District; El Camino; Foothill/DeAnza District; Glendale; Lake Tahoe; Long Beach; Los Rios District; Mt. San Antonio; Peralta CCD; Rio Hondo; San Bernardino Valley; San Diego District; San Francisco; Santa Barbara; Santa Rosa; Sequoias; Shasta; Sierra; Siskiyous; Southwestern; State Center CCD; West Valley/Mission CCD; Yosemite District
As of October 1, CCIE Supporting Members for 2009 - 2010 are:
Barstow; Contra Costa CCD: El Camino; Glendale; Lake Tahoe; Los Rios CCD: Mt. San Antonio; North Orange County CCD; Ohlone; San Francisco; Santa Barbara; Sequoias; State Center CCD
Thank you all for processing your 08/09 dues and we look forward to receiving your 09/10 dues
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