The nonprofit aims to help veterans and their families, including those seeking support with benefits and claims.
Only those who complete the challenges are eligible to win a prize to be picked up from the Lompoc Library.
The contest — where the winning essayist will receive $1,000 — has been extended and entries are being accepted through July 31.
Youth in the community, aged 8-17, are invited to learn new track and field skills from Coach Jacob Brown of the Central Coast All-Stars Track Club.
To ensure that family and friends unable to attend in-person graduation ceremonies can participate, the district plans to livestream the events.
Attendees are eligible to participate in the live giveaway and receive 1 of 25 local gift cards, each valued at $25.
True Vine Church hosting presentation on human trafficking awareness
City of Lompoc to hold special council meeting on May 20; public invited
Bookstore holding sale to benefit Friends of the Lompoc Library
Lompoc online utility bill payment portal now live
LHS considers buying new textbook materials; welcomes community inquiries
City of Lompoc resumes mailing out utility bills
City's Electric Division earns Public Power Diamond designation
Lompoc's Old Town Market could see return this summer; vendors sought
COVID-19 vaccination clinics being offered through Saturday
COVID-19 vaccination eligibility at LVMC
LVMC continues to vaccinate eligible groups
The Lompoc Recreation Division is offering special programming this month which grants the Easter Bunny and his helpers permission to “egg” lo…
Lompoc Unified School District inviting parents, educators to review new curriculum
Restaurant Week runs through Sunday
Lompoc utility payments will not be accepted from Feb. 22 through March 8
Recreation division collecting vendor interest ahead of community market launch
Lompoc Public Library winter reading challenge continues
Lompoc Boys & Girls Club hosting barbecue fundraiser
Fire Department accepting vendor applications for fireworks stands