AM Briefing from for December 12, 2013

After returning from an eight and a half month long deployment the USS Nimitz and its battle group made port in San Diego. This morning part of that battle group says good bye to the air craft carrier. The guided-missile destroyers USS Stockdale and USS William P. Lawrence say good bye to the Nimitz as she heads to her home port Everett Washington. This is the last leg of a 10-month long deployment for the Nimitz.

Today at 7:30 AM San Diego County Taxpayers Association hosts a breakfast about open data and government transparency.

Then at 9:00 this morning the San Diego Unified Port District Board of Port Commissioners is work-shopping a port master plan.

This afternoon at 3:30 the Port of San Diego Ship Repair Association is delivering holiday gifts to some of the underprivileged children in Barrio Logan. They’re handing out the presents at the Barrio Station Youth Center on Newton Ave.

Tonight at 5:00 National City and its Chamber of Commerce is celebrating the 6th annual Christmas at Brick Row with a tree lighting.

It’s the annual Holiday Joy Ride for bicyclists from the San Diego County Bicycle Coalition tonight at 5:30. They’re riding through downtown San Diego starting at 753 15th St.

And finally at 7:30 tonight “Scrooge! the Musical” takes the stage at the C3 Performing Arts Center.

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