HOTTER DAY: The hazardous weather outlook remains in place for most of Southern California, as the threat of thunderstorms and flash flooding is still possible in the deserts and mountains. In the valleys, the temperatures are going to rise, according to the National Weather Service. Highs should be around 97 degrees today, while overnight, it should be mostly clear with a low around 67 degrees. Sundown is 7:50 p.m.
GOLF FUNDRAISER: There is room for one more team of players for the Unforgettables Foundation golf tournament, hosted by PGA Tour pro Tom Pernice Jr. The event will be Aug. 8 at Bear Creek Country Club in Murrieta. The tournament will benefit the Unforgettables, a Redlands-based group that helps families with funeral costs for children, and the Foundation for Community and Family Health. For information, call Unforgettables' director Tim Evans at (909) 855-3130 or visit their website.
NIGHTS OUT: Tuesday is National Night Out, an annual event to get neighborhoods and communities together as a deterrant to crime. While Loma Linda isn't having an event (neither is Colton or Grand Terrace), there are events nearby. The city of San Bernardino will have from 4 to 8 p.m. at Nunez Park. Redlands will be having a , with a bike rodeo and giveaway, followed by a free movie screening. And Rialto will be having police demonstrations in its downtown from 5 to 8:30 p.m.
WRITING CLASS: Loma Linda University is offering a three-day workshop on grant writing concepts and approaches. The class is led by Albin Grohar, PhD, Executive Director for Advancement at Loma Linda University. Cost is $199 for the three days or $75 for full-time students or tribal members, which includes breakfast each day, handouts and certificate of attendance. Space is limited, and registration is available online through Loma Linda University.
GOING CRUISIN'? Today is the final day to pre-register your vehicle for participation in the 22nd annual Stater Bros. Route 66 Rendezvous, which will be Sept. 15-18 in downtown San Bernardino. Open to cars 1974 model year or earlier, the event is a four-day festival of food, family fun and cruising. Registration is $70 per car if received by today, which includes a T-shirt. On-site registration the weekend of the event will be $80 per car and will not include the T-shirt. For registration information, or to download entry forms, go to the event website.