Fallbrook Chorale rehearsing for Christmas concert program

FALLBROOK—Fallbrook Chorale started rehearsals on Tuesday, Sept. 8 from 7-9 p.m. at Community Baptist Church, 731 S. Stage Coach Ln. The Christmas concert program will include holiday favorites as well as “The Many Moods of Christmas Suites” arranged by Robert Shaw and will highlight a full orchestra.  For information contact [email protected] or call (760) 390-9726.

Nominees for the 7th Joan Sparkman Unity Award announced

Nominees for the 7th Joan Sparkman Unity Award announced

TEMECULA—The Professional Women’s Roundtable invites you to join them for an evening to celebrate women in our community who go above and beyond in service following in the footsteps of the exceptional Joan Sparkman. Professional Women’s roundtable is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit committed to helping women. With the excitement of Pechanga Resort & Casino in the […]

Donaldson steps down from role at SAFE

TEMECULA—SAFE Alternatives for Everyone Executive Director Melissa Donaldson has announced she is leaving the agency close to her 15-year anniversary, according to a press release issued by the organization. Donaldson was the first employee of SAFE and was hired to take the agency from a volunteer based fundraising agency to a domestic violence service delivery […]

Lake Elsinore and Storm Baseball unveil first EV stations, urge drivers to charge it up

Lake Elsinore and Storm Baseball unveil first EV stations, urge drivers to charge it up

LAKE ELSINORE—The Lake Elsinore Storm and the city of Lake Elsinore announced on Sept. 9 the installation of two Electric Vehicle Charging Stations at Diamond Stadium and another three in other locations that are now available for public use. Team president Dave Oster and Mayor Steve Manos made the announcement. The installation of these stations […]

Cities are the new retirement communities

It used to be that as retirement approached, seniors would conjure up bucolic dreams of lazy days in a country setting. But, more of them these days are deciding to take it easy on the streets of big cities where they can find new friends and a busier, more exciting and enriching lifestyle, says the Association […]

Brookfield Residential named finalist in building industry association’s annual awards

SAN DIEGO—Brookfield Residential is a finalist in three award categories for the 2015 Building Industry Association of San Diego County Icon Awards, including two Riverside County finalists. The annual event, taking place on Sept. 19, recognizes homebuilders who have demonstrated excellence in new home architecture, design and sales and marketing over the past year. Brookfield Residential’s […]

Two are better than one

Zachary Elliott Faith Columnist I once had a guy tell me that he didn’t need friends. He said that he was fine by himself and he didn’t need to have guys to watch sports with or go fishing with. When he told me this I thought, “How strange. What a weird person to not want […]

Flu season approaches

Summer is not quite over but the Centers for Disease Control are already cautioning seniors and others at risk for the flu to get their shots, says the Association of Mature American Citizens. The flu is a winter illness but outbreaks can occur as early as October. Bearing in mind that it usually takes two weeks […]

Avalon Management awarded new HOA contract for BelVista community

Avalon Management awarded new HOA contract for BelVista community

TEMECULA—The Avalon Management Group was recently awarded the management contract for BelVista Community Association, which will result in an annual savings of thousands of dollars to the community. BelVista is a new, 210-unit luxury planned community, located in Temecula near parks, restaurants, shops and schools and is within minutes of Temecula’s scenic wine country. “The […]