Riz Oades Memorial Scholarship for 2018

The San Diego Foundation’s 2018-2019 Common Scholarship Application will open December 1, 2017 and close on February 1, 2018.  Visit www.sdfoundation.org/scholarships for more information....

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25th Anniversary Celebration

KALUSUGAN KALAKASAN CELEBRATES ITS 25TH ANNIVERSARY                  Time flies so fast! Kalusugan is now 25 years old this November. I can’t hardly believe that 25 years ago, we started a coalition that became an organization that aimed to help Filipino Americans in San Diego find the path to good health and total wellness through Community education and service, advocacy, research and training. Please come and join us: November 10, 2017,...

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Asian Journal – 2nd Annual Vim & Vigor: Art and Wellness Festival

Dr. Ofelia Dirige’s article Kalusugan + Kalakasan Ctr for Hlt & Wellness Contemporary Asian American Issues odirige@msn.com   THE SECOND ANNUAL VIM & VIGOR: ART AND WELLNESS FESTIVAL The second annual “Vim & Vigor: Art and Wellness Festival” will again be held October 14, Saturday, from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm at the Memorial Park in Chula Vista located at 374 Parkway, Chula Vista. This is a one-day event that combines Art and...

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Vim & Vigor Entertainment and Workshop Schedules

Below are our very exciting Entertainment and Workshop schedules for next Saturday’s Vim & Vigor!  More details can be found on www.vimandvigorfest.com.  Click on the images for larger versions.  ...

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Vim & Vigor GOLD Sponsor – Comerica!

Thanks to Comerica Bank for returning as a sponsor to the 2017 Vim & Vigor event! Comerica Incorporated is a financial services company headquartered in Dallas, Texas, strategically aligned into three major business segments: the Business Bank, the Retail Bank, and Wealth...

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Vim & Vigor SILVER Sponsor – Operation Samahan!

Thanks to Operation Samahan for returning as a sponsor to the 2017 Vim & Vigor event! Operation Samahan, Inc., was founded in 1973, when a group of volunteer doctors and nurses met in a barber shop in downtown San Diego. Frustrated by the lack of culturally and linguistically competent health services available to their own family members and communities, they began seeing providing primary care to Filipino and Latino patients, providing...

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