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May 10, 1998 | SCOTT MARTELLE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Don't be surprised if this is the apartment ad of the future: "For rent--2br, 2ba, w/prking, crptg, new appls and tutoring." Under a rapidly growing nonprofit program based in Newport Beach, renters in several low- to moderate-priced apartment complexes across Southern California are finding the usual perks of tennis courts and swimming pools expanded to include free learning centers for their children.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 10, 1998 | SCOTT MARTELLE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Don't be surprised if this is the apartment ad of the future: "For rent--2br, 2ba, w/prking, crptg, new appls and tutoring." Under a rapidly growing nonprofit program based in Newport Beach, renters in several low- to moderate-priced apartment complexes across Southern California are finding the usual perks of tennis courts and swimming pools expanded to include free learning centers for their children.
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August 7, 1998 | JOHN CANALIS
The Nova Community Foundation will open a learning center Saturday for children who live in the Tara Village Apartment Community. Students can use the center to get help with their homework or brush up on reading, math, computer skills, geography and other subjects. Services are free. At the Novaland Learning Center, staff members and volunteers aim to help students through school and into college.
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July 17, 2000 | ANDRE BRISCOE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Two years ago, Justin Miller was on the fast track to success, with a well-paying job in the corporate world. Miller was an employee at Macy's department store in Phoenix, but when Kris Erickson, a friend who at one time was also in the business world, suggested that Miller chuck his suit and tie and work as a coordinator for a nonprofit learning center, he realized he had found his calling. "I just love kids," Miller said. "They need someone to show them that they are cared for."
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May 11, 1998 | SCOTT MARTELLE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Don't be surprised if this is the apartment ad of the future: "For rent--2br, 2ba, w/prking, crptg, new appls and tutoring." Under a rapidly growing nonprofit program based in Newport Beach, renters in several low- to moderate-priced apartment complexes across Southern California are finding the usual perks of tennis courts and swimming pools expanded to include free learning centers for their children.
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