2. Oohrah! The Marines will be at the Boys & Girls Club of Capistrano Thursday in honor of National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month this September. They’ll be going through a training program with the kids to gear them up for a one-mile race.
3. Don’t stroke out: City staff has made arrangements for seniors ages 50+ to receive a free stroke screening on from 9 a.m. to noon Thursday at the Community Center, 25925 Camino Del Avion. SCAN Health Plan will have a mobile screening van on site equipped with Wii Bowling and mind challenge computer games for you to enjoy while you wait. Screenings are first come, first served and take approximately 10 minutes. No appointment is necessary. For more information call (949) 493-5911.
4. Parents’ turn: It’s back-to-school night 6 p.m. Thursday at San Juan Hills.
5. A homecoming worth coming home to: San Juan’s got three homecoming games this weekend. On Friday, San Juan Hills High School goes head-to-head with Fullerton High School and JSerra Catholic High School faces Dana Hills High. On Saturday, Saddleback Valley Christian Schools squares off against Riverside Christian. We cheer for all of San Juan Capistrano’s teams!
6. Washing your car for a cause: Get a fresh new wash while supporting our troops and their families. The JSerra Patriot Club is hosting a car wash to help families of soliders who were lost in combat to send their children to college.
Car washes will be held at the 7-Eleven across from campus 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday. Every wash goes directly to help a family in need. Get there early for coffee and treats.
For other happenings, check our events calendar.
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