August 23, 2014
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Valentine themes raise money for clubs

      In an e-mail after the auction, Kuanda said that the highest bid was $133 for VVC Officer Jacquel. In all, the auction raised $830, Kuanda said. Club members will use the money for leadership training and financing community events.
     Meetings for the Black Student Union are at noon Tuesdays in the SAC's Quiet Room. The club's adviser is Jeffrey Holmes, director of Disabled Students' Programs and Services.     
     At the other end of the SAC, tickets for a raffle were being sold by the Future Teachers of America. The raffle winners each received a big basket of Valentine goodies.
     By the end of the day, the club had raised $400 to buy supplies for the Teaching-Learning Center's June tech camp. The camp's purpose is to teach 15 children leaving fifth grade how to use handheld computers. 

   Fifteen times every weekday up to 9:30 p.m., four Victor Valley Transit buses come to the college to take students to and from their campus activities. As reported by the Victor Valley Transit Authority, 49 percent of all transit bus riders are students.
     Students use public transportation to get to and from classes, some as far away as Lucerne Valley and Wrightwood. The VVTA provides more than a million rides a year and this opens parking spaces on campus for other students.
     For information, such as transit services for the disabled, call the VVTA at 948-3030.

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