The following are links to interesting web sites. As I find new sites of interest I will add them to this information page. Click on them to find new information and places to visit.
Great Shopping site:
Want all the latest fashions at bargain prices take a look at
Bargains in LA
for some great tips on finding the best places to shop in the Los Anageles area
Earthquake and Natural Disaster Prepardness Sites:
Red Cross at: Red Cross
FEMA at: FEMA
Los Angeles City Fire Dept at: LAFD
The Emergency Prepardness Institute: Get Prepared
Tired of unwanted solicitations? Want to get off telemarketers list? Click on
Do Not Call
to go to website or call (888) 382-1222.
Looking for places to donate things? The following is a list of places that will take your computer, eyeglasses, cell phones and more:
You can drop off your old eyeglasses at Goodwill stores, Lenscrafters, some bakks and libraries and in the lobby at the Daily Breeze on Torrance Blvd.
Old Christmas Cards:
The Neighborhood Church in Palos Verdes at the church office 9-4 on M-F or Sunday during the 9 am or 11 am services.
Be sure to remove all your information before you donate them!!
The Wireless Foundation's Click on Call to Protect has two South bay locations:
The Body Shop in Del Amo Fashion Center in Torrance
Team One Advertising at 1960 E. Grand in El Segundo.
You can also mail direct to: Call to Protect, 2555 Bishop circle West, Dexter, MI 48130-1563
You can also bring them to Beacon House 1003 S Beacon St. San Pedro M-F 9-5
You and find more information at Cell phone disposal and click on Households Hazardous Waste at bottom of page. You can also call ( 800)CLEAN-LA.
Also starting July 1, 2006 all California cell phone providers must provide recycling services for used cell phones.
SoCal computer Recyclers, 1430 240th St Harbor City ( 310) 626-8180 or visit their wesite SoCalRecyclers
LA County Recycle Programs:you can check out their web site at LA Recycle
Be sure to remove all personal information from any donated computer or othe tech device. TechSoup offers helpful hints and links.. see Ten Tips for Donating a Computer on their site.
Habitat for Humanity Store:
This is a great place to find surplus building materials, new and vintage items. The store is located at 17700 S Figueroa. It's open Tuesday - Saturday, 9-6 (310) 323-5665. There are also stores in Santa Ana and Pasadena. Check their website Habitat for Humanity
I ran across this web site and was fascinated. Lots of interesting topics...How Stuff WorksTake a look I think you will be intrigued.
Harris Company Real Estate Appraisals and Consultants
You can find many great Manhattan Beach real estate agents and loan officers on ActiveRain.com Kaye Thomas is a proud member of the ActiveRain Real Estate Network, a free online community to help real estate professionals grow their business.
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