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SCVTV’s Community Corner: Season 5, Episode 10

On this episode of SCVTV’s Community Corner, hear about the SCV Senior Center’s “Celebrity Waiter Dinner”, innovative arts integration programs at Newhall Elementary School, the City’s upcoming “Bike to Work” challenge, Avenue SLS’s incredible and life changing mission, VIA’s “Workforce Development Conference”, and catch a brand new TWISC, which has details on the 2024 “Neighborhood Cleanup”.

Show Opener

Hosts Carrie Lujan and Dave Caldwell open this week’s show with a preview of the guest lineup.

Then, Carrie shares details on the upcoming “Free to Be Me” Festival, a full day arts, music, and entertainment extravaganza that celebrates SCV’s special needs community and their families.

Find out more about Free to Be Me at

Summer may be a couple months away still, but now’s the time to start marking your calendars for Summer events! Of course one of the classic Summertime events in Santa Clarita is Concerts in the Park! The City has released this year’s full lineup and Carrie shares what’s headed to the Central Park stage this July and August.

Find out more about Concerts in the Park at City of Santa Clarita’s website.

This Week’s Guest Lineup

Then, SCV Senior Center CEO Kevin MacDonald shares how to get involved in this year’s “Celebrity Waiter Dinner” and how this annual fundraiser helps support their valuable programs.

After, Newhall Elementary School Principal Jackeline Tapia gives insight into her school’s arts integration programs and how these innovative learning approaches positively affect all aspects her student’s learning and development.

Following this, City of Santa Clarita’s Project Technician Lindsay Schmandt discusses the City’s upcoming “Bike to Work” challenge, how residents can participate in it, and the mission behind this program.

Then, Avenues SLS’s Executive Director Scott Shepard and Guest Volunteer Dan Heldoorn give insight into this nonprofit’s life changing impact on adults with disabilities. They also share details about their upcoming cornhole tournament!

After, VIA’s Workforce Development Conference Co-Chairs Hillary Broadwater and Ed Masterson give insight into the conference and what sort of discussion topics are on the docket.

Finally, learn how you can help beautify your community during the 2024 Neighborhood Cleanup event on a brand new episode of “This Week in Santa Clarita”.

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