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Park Watch Meeting Coming to Manzanita Park in Palmdale on June 12
PALMDALE – The City Of Palmdale’s crime prevention staff and Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Deputies will host a Park Watch meeting on Wednesday, June 12 from 5:30 to 7:30 pm at Manzanita Park, located at 431 Mesa Verde St. in Palmdale.

“Come out to meet City employees from various departments that help make the parks beautiful, fun and safe each day,” said Supervising Public Security Officer Danny Cortez. Get updates and discuss issues or concerns With the Sheriff's Department and the City. You bring your family and we'll provide the music, games and snacks for this interactive meeting.”

Similar to Neighborhood Watch, the goal of Park Watch is to prevent crime and vandalism through community involvement.

“If you are unable to attend the meeting we ask that you still participate in Park Watch by simply reporting suspicious or illegal activity to the Sheriff’s Department, and vandalism, maintenance or other issues by calling the City of Palmdale’s 94-PRIDE hotline,” Cortez added.

Extended Summer Hours Announced for Joe Davies Heritage Airpark
PALMDALE – The City of Palmdale’s Joe Davies Heritage Airpark at Palmdale Plant 42, located at 2001 Ave. P, has announced its extended summer hours for 2019.

From June 1 through Aug. 31, Airpark will be closed on Mondays; open Tuesdays through Thursdays from 10 am to 2 pm; Fridays and Saturdays from 9 am to 2 pm, and Sundays from 2 to 7 pm, excluding major holidays and inclement weather. Admission and parking are free.

Returning this summer are the popular Twilight Tours, which will be held on June 13, July 18 and Aug. 15. The Airpark will be open from 5:30 to 9:30 pm with guided tours provided at 6:30 and 8 pm. Picnic tables and BBQs will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.

“Bring your families, friends and out-of-town visitors to see an amazing display of aircraft which reflect Palmdale’s amazing aerospace heritage,” said Palmdale Recreation Coordinator Kathleen Whiteside.

Applicants Sought for Palmdale Aerospace Academy Board Position
PALMDALE - The Palmdale Aerospace Academy is seeking applications for one board director to represent the City of Palmdale for a 3-year term to expire July 31, 2022.

The deadline to return applications is Thursday, June 13, 2019 at 6 pm. Completed applications may be mailed (postmarked by the deadline), hand-delivered to the City Clerk’s office, located at 38300 Sierra Highway, Suite C, or submitted by email to cityclerkdepartment@cityofpalmdale.org.

The classified ad, a description of the duties and responsibilities, and The Palmdale Aerospace Academy application are available on the City’s website at www.cityofpalmdale.org, or in the City Clerk’s department. Applicants are encouraged to attach a resume.

The Board generally meets on the third Monday of the month at 4:15 pm at The Palmdale Aerospace Academy located at 3300 East Palmdale Boulevard, Palmdale.

Board members must be willing and able to attend regular meetings, participate in fund raising events on behalf of the organization, attend special events and participate in professional development activities. If appointed, the applicant will be required to pass a background check, and submit a Statement of Economic Interests, Form 700.

JETHAWKS SWEPT BY STOCKTON
Ports come back with three runs over final two innings Sunday

LANCASTER, Calif. – The JetHawks lost a late lead and fell to the Stockton Ports, 6-5, at The Hangar Sunday afternoon. Stockton scored the final three runs of the game, taking their first lead in the ninth inning.

Lancaster (27-28) started strong, scoring five runs in the first three innings. Matt Hearn led off the first inning with a single, extending his hitting streak to 15 games. It’s the longest hitting streak in the California League this season.

After a Carlos Herrera single, Sean Bouchard launched a three-run home run to put the JetHawks on top. Stockton tied the game with three in the second inning, but Lancaster added two runs in the third inning. Ryan Vilade drove in a run with a triple and Taylor Snyder brought Vilade home with an RBI single.

Will Gaddis did not factor in the decision despite a second-straight quality start. He allowed three runs on seven hits in six innings.

Stockton (23-32) scored three runs on Lancaster’s bullpen. Moises Ceja allowed a run in the eighth inning, and Nick Kennedy (0-2) gave up two runs in the ninth. Robert Mullen tied the game with a sacrifice fly, and Nick Allen drove in the go-ahead run with a bloop single.

LANCASTER LOSES FOURTH IN A ROW
Stockton with 18 hits for the second-straight game

LANCASTER, Calif. – Lancaster suffered another tough defeat Saturday, losing to the Stockton Ports, 12-3, at The Hangar. The JetHawks fell into an early hole and could not come back. It is the team’s fourth loss in a row.

Stockton (22-32) scored four runs in each of the first two innings to go on top, 8-0. Lucas Gilbreath (2-3) was knocked out of the game in second inning, after allowing eight runs on eight hits. It’s the second night in a row that Lancaster’s starter hasn’t gotten out of the second.

Lancaster (27-27) got on the board in the third. Ryan Vilade drove in a pair with a double in the third inning, but the JetHawks only scored one more run in the contest.

Seth Martinez (2-3) got the win for the Ports after pitching three innings in relief of starter of Xavier Altamirano. Both teams used five pitchers in Saturday’s contest.

AV Hospital Leadership Launches Bold Expansion and Modernization Plan
Board’s strategic vision includes expanded emergency room and new hospital

LANCASTER, CA - The Antelope Valley Healthcare District Board of Directors voted unanimously to invest $8.7 million to expand Antelope Valley Hospital’s emergency room and $9 million toward laying the groundwork to build a new, state-of-the-art hospital.

The board approved the addition of a 6,300-square-foot modular building with 44 beds, adding to the 67 beds currently in the emergency room. The new building will be attached to the existing emergency department. A modular, pre-fabricated structure does not require a new foundation and allows the hospital to erect the new building in less than a year’s time. Last year, the emergency room saw about 130,000 patients in a space that was built for a fraction of that number. In recent years, the number of emergency room visits has increased year-to-year. AV Hospital is home to the third-busiest emergency room in all of California.

“One of my first objectives when I returned to Antelope Valley Hospital this year was to address the chronic overcrowding of our emergency room and initiate the process of building a brand-new medical center that will serve our community’s needs for years to come,” said CEO Ed Mirzabegian. “I commend the board for taking the necessary steps to ensure excellent patient care today and generations to come.”

Learn to Save a Life During Sidewalk CPR Day June 6
Hands-only CPR training can double or triple chances of survival

LANCASTER, CA - Antelope Valley residents can learn to save a life for free during Sidewalk CPR Day on Thursday, June 6. Antelope Valley Hospital (AVH) in partnership with American Medical Response (AMR) will provide “hands-only” CPR training from 9 a.m. to noon at the Community Resource Center, 44151 15th Street West, and from 4 to 9 p.m. at the farmer’s market on Lancaster Boulevard between Fern and Ehrlich avenues in downtown Lancaster. AVH is one of nearly 100 sites throughout Los Angeles County to participate in Sidewalk CPR Day. Hands-only CPR training takes just 10 minutes.

“Our team is passionate about caring for our community,” said hospital CEO Ed Mirzabegian. “We jumped at the chance to take this year’s Sidewalk CPR festivities to downtown Lancaster and engage our fellow neighbors, friends and residents by giving them lifesaving knowledge.”

Also known as compression-only CPR, hands-only CPR is different from conventional mouth-to-mouth CPR. It is designed to give people basic skills, which if provided immediately after sudden cardiac arrest, can double or triple a victim’s chance of survival until emergency responders arrive. Frequent chest compressions move oxygenated blood through the body, keeping the brain and other vital organs alive until the heart can be restarted. During Sidewalk CPR Day, participants will receive information about the signs of sudden cardiac arrest and instruction on how to perform effective chest compressions.

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