AM Briefing from for January 20, 2014

A strong storm is sending high surf and dangerous rip currents to San Diego’s beaches today. The National Weather Service says a pair of storms in the North-Central part of the Pacific Ocean are sending a strong swell that are causing the treacherous conditions. Surf will be from 5 to 7 feet … that means that the face of the wave could be as high as 14 feet. Today is not a day to learn to surf. Today’s warning is in effect form 5:00 AM until noon and there could be other warnings later on this week.

San Diegans are celebrating Marten Luther King all over town today.

Kaiser Permanente employees honor Dr. King’s legacy with a day of community service. At 8:00 AM about 70 of them will be working at the San Diego food bank.

Then at 9:00 AM the First Untitled Methodist Church of San Diego is hosting the 6th interfaith service at Morley Field in Balboa Park.

The 26th annual All People Celebration kicks off at 10:00 AM with lots of music, poetry, and multi-media at the San Diego Public Market in Barrio Logan

Also at 10:00 the San Diego Blood Bank and KISS 95.7 honor Dr. King with a blood drive at the San Diego Hall of Champions in Balboa Park.

And finally late this afternoon at 4:00 the National Biodiesel Conference and Expo starts its 4-day run with a key note speech from the 1980 “Miracle on Ice” hockey team’s goalie Jim Craig.

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