Temecula Valley Elks hold Elks National Foundation fundraiser

Temecula Valley Elks hold Elks National Foundation fundraiser

TEMECULA—Recently the Temecula Valley Elks held a fundraiser for the Elks National Foundation, an Elks charity. The Elks National Foundation helps fund scholarships, Hoop Shoot and various programs throughout the United States. The special guest at the fundraiser was District Deputy Grand Exalted Ruler for the Southeast District Bob Cones, who is a member of […]

LifeStream eliminates tattoo deferral for potential blood donors

SAN BERNARDINO—LifeStream blood bank is altering its policy that currently defers potential blood donors with a tattoo for one year from the date of the most recent inking. The new policy took effect on Monday, Aug. 31. “Since the 2012 implementation of the “Safe Body Art Act” in California, body art establishments are required to […]

Classes now forming with city of Menifee Community Services Department

MENIFEE—Menifee Community Services Department announced that brand new classes are forming now at various facilities. Instructors were carefully selected to bring safe, fun and affordable classes to Menifee residents. Classes have been scheduled to meet the needs of all Menifee families. Current classes include: horseback riding, yoga, Zumba, dance for youth and teens, cooking, dog […]

Pets of the Week

Pets of the Week

Animal Friends of the Valleys September Special:  For the month of September all adult cats and kittens are just $5 (plus spay/neuter fee if applicable) with approved application. My name is Ted and I’m a 2-year-old creme colored domestic short-haired cat. I’m a handsome and playful boy who would be a wonderful pet. I am already […]

Measure AA Citizens Oversight Panel: Working on MSJC’s Future

SAN JACINTO—The panel of citizens appointed to oversee the expenditure of funds for the expansion of Mt. San Jacinto College has been hard at work navigating governmental regulations related to future construction. The group’s second meeting will be held in September to discuss Measure AA. Committee Chairman Bob Botts said the group held its organizational […]

Temecula Education Foundation receives CID Grant to support arts and sciences curriculum in local schools

TEMECULA—The Temecula Education Foundation, a 501(c)3 nonprofit foundation supporting almost 30,000 students in the Temecula Valley Unified School District, has received a $2,500 Community Improvement Designation Grant from the Riverside County Board of Supervisors. CID funds will be used to supplement curriculum in the visual and performing arts and sciences in Grades K-12 in TVUSD schools. […]

Advance tickets on sale now for Southern California Fair

PERRIS—The 2015 Southern California Fair, scheduled to take place Oct 3 – 11 at Lake Perris Fairgrounds returns to its roots with the theme “Root-n Tootin Fun.” Fairgoers have much to discover at the fair with an exciting lineup of live entertainment, motorsports action and more, all included with fair admission. Advance tickets are on […]