AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for May 17, 2013

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Protesters will gather at San Diego’s Federal Building at noon for 550 San Diego janitors that say they could lose their jobs without immigration reform. The protesters believe that the janitors would be eligible for the “pathway to citizenship” if congress was able to move on immigration reform. They will call for the President to suspend I-9 employment terminations until congress acts.

Also at noon San Diego City Council President Todd Gloria is announcing that the California State Historic Resources Commission named the North Park Water Tower an official historic site.

Today is National Bike to Work Day. In San Diego organizers expect over 7000 people to hop on their bikes this morning. Hundreds of pit stops have been set up all over San Diego County for the riders. Even County Supervisor Dave Roberts is getting in the act… He’s riding from Solana Beach to San Diego.

Camp Pendleton is hosting the Fifth Annual Recon Challenge this morning. Beginning at 4:00 AM participants will jump from a tower into a pool, assemble an M240 rifle underwater, and then race over an obstacle course.

More than 3000 students are graduating at Cal State San Marcos this morning at 10:30. And over the weekend more than 9000 student will walk at San Diego State University’s commencements.

And finally tonight at 6:00 El Cajon’s Recreation Department is hosting a “Kids Night Out Pool Party”. Parents and their children will be whooping it up at the Fletcher Hills Center and Pool at 2345 Center Place in El Cajon.

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