Beaumont to Host Ice Cream Social

The city is inviting the community out to talk one-on-one with elected officials and city representatives.

Submitted by the City of Beaumont

Ever wonder what goes on at City Hall? Here is your chance to find out!

On Thursday, the City of Beaumont will host an Ice Cream Social/Open House from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Beaumont Civic Center, located at 550 E. 6th Street.

This family friendly event is an opportunity for members of the community to talk one-on-one with Beaumont’s elected officials and representatives from city
departments. Information and details on the city’s many services and programs
will be available. In addition, this event will have a special feature on Beaumont’s history in honor of the City’s Centennial year! A separate room will house newspaper articles, books and artifacts from Beaumont’s past. Bring your questions and your appetite. Ice cream will be provided!

For more information on this event, please contact the Civic Center at 951-769-8520. For information on upcoming events, please visit the City’s website at www.BeaumontCares.com or follow us on Facebook and

little g August 28, 2012 at 05:20 PM
Yea, I want to know how a sign hung on the high school fence advertising free breakfast and lunch during the summer because Beaumont's students fall below the poverty line, while on the other side of the campus a zillion dollar stadium and headquarter are getting built. Maybe the families could feed their own kids a poptart if they weren't paying for this stuff?
Kay Schubeert August 28, 2012 at 09:04 PM
If you become an involved citizen, it would help you to understand the dynamics of the finances involved to feed the needy and improve our schools at the same time. This information is far more helpful to helping all of the taxpayers and Kudos for being able to do both at the same time. I doubt that depriving our students of the stadium would put any more meals on the table for the needy - check it out and let us know. little k
Sheri Davis August 29, 2012 at 12:05 AM
Having a $12 million stadium/sports complex, and an $8 million new DO aren't necessary cost wise. BUSD misled the public when they pushed hard for Measure Z being passed. Measure Z is partially and/or wholly funding BOTH the sports complex/stadium AND the new DO. Lloyd White dug around and found the truth about Measure Z wording and what it's ACTUALLY being used for. BUSD DO lied. We as taxpayers are paying HIGHER property taxes because Measure Z was worded in such a way so as to guarantee its passage. Does BHS need a new sports complex/stadium? Yes, there is no denying that. However, need it cost $12 million??? NO!!!! I would rather see my tax dollars put to better use feeding the needy versus providing some sissified football player air conditioning while they're practicing. When was the last time a BUSD student went from playing BHS football to playing for a university to playing for a pro team??? I don't mean any other sport. I mean football and only football. Students can't function in school - or in life in general - if their tummies are empty. Look at your property tax bill the next time it comes in. Part of why it is as high as it is is because of BUSD DO - the current Supe, Assist Supe Latham, Hovey, Kakish, all had a hand in that. Enjoy....


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