The Coronado Blood Drive on Wednesday, June 10, resulted in the Red Cross exceeding its goal at 106%. In total, 53 units were collected, which can go on to save up to 159 lives. Since the City partnered with the Red Cross in April during COVID-19, a total of 130 units have been collected which can go on to save up to 390 lives. The next drive is scheduled for Wednesday, July 15, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Nautilus Room. Donations are by appointment only through the Red Cross website.
- Music And Melodies Camp
- City Recreation Information And Registration Phone Numbers
- Coronado’s Café 1134 Sold, To Reopen As Parakeet Café
- CUSD Listens To Local Voices, Looks At Systemic Changes
- Mask Up! Coronado Plans Face Covering Giveaway
- The Negotiation Gridlock Created By MLB Owners And Players Continues
- High School Student From Coronado Wins Worldwide “Strogatz Prize”
- Be The Parade That Celebrates Our Independence Day This July 4th!
- Navy Region Southwest And Coronado Unified School District Agree On Lease Terms For Child Development Center
- A Visit With Coronado High School Class Of 2020 Valedictorian Brendan Chapko
- Fourth Of July Decorating Contest
- Coronado Dog Beach, Sunset Park Reopened
- A Message From The Superintendent
- Three Local Sixth Graders Donate Fundraising Money To Local Charities
- Coronado City Council Approves Caltrans Relinquishment Package For State Routes 75 And 282
- Thomas R. Golden
- From CIFF: A Spooky But Compelling New Thriller, “Shirley”
- March Against Racism In The Coronado Schools
Sorry, there are no recent results for popular videos.