Local resident receives academic honors

Northeastern University is pleased to recognize Temecula resident Shellby Coyle, who was recently named to the dean’s list for the fall semester, which ended in December. Coyle’s major is marketing. To achieve the dean’s list distinction, students must carry a full program of at least four courses, have a quality point average of 3.25 or […]

Temecula student earns Faculty Honors

David Young Balser of Temecula earned the distinction of Faculty Honors for fall semester 2006 at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Undergraduate students earning a 4.00 academic average for the semester gain the distinction of Faculty Honors. The Georgia Institute of Technology, also known as Georgia Tech, is one of the nation’s leading research universities, […]

Teens to learn to make movies at TVIFF camp

Temecula area teens will have a shot at telling their stories for the big screen thanks to a partnership announced between Temecula Valley International Film Festival (TVIFF) producer Cinema Entertainment Alliance and Temecula-based KZSW-TV station. The inaugural two-week TVIFF Film Camp, run by Hollywood-based media and education company Rebel Media Inc., runs Monday, July 9, […]

Temecula Middle School performs at Walt Disney World

Students with the Temecula Middle School Bobcat Concert Band became stars in their own right at the Disney show on Friday, March 23, when they took the stage at Magic Kingdom Park. They traveled from Temecula to the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida to take part in Disney Magic Music Days. Groups from throughout […]

KID’S CORNER – Pinecone Bird Feeder

This fun and easy bird feeder is being created by the boys and girls at the Pechanga Great Oak Clubhouse. Materials: 6” piece of yarn 2”–4” pinecone Peanut butter Plastic spoon Birdseed Step 1 Tie a loop at one end of the yarn (big enough for hanging on a tree branch) and tie the other […]

Internet Safety Night for parents only

Day Middle School PTSA is sponsoring a presentation by CATCH (www.catchteam.org) on Thursday, May 3, at 6:30 p.m. on the growing phenomenon of social networking Web sites such as MySpace and CraigsList. Social networking through the use of the Internet and text messaging is the most popular form of communication between today’s youth. Parents will […]

Temecula Valley Elks honor scholarship winners

Temecula Valley Elks #2801 honored six students and their families at a recent dinner. The lodge presented awards and certificates to the six winners of the lodge competition for the Elks National Scholarship contest. Each winner received a scholarship from the Temecula Valley Elks Lodge to help with college expenses. Scholarship applications were judged on […]

High school performing ‘Miracle Worker’ in sign language

Calvary Chapel Christian High School’s American Sign Language Department invites everyone to “The Miracle Worker” by William Gibson. This play will present in both American Sign Language and Spoken English for deaf and hearing audiences alike to enjoy the show. “The Miracle Worker” shows the struggles of a deaf-blind child, Helen Keller, wanting to express […]

Elks present dictionaries to

On behalf of the Temecula Valley Elks, Dictionary Project Co-chairmen Bob and Diane Farrens recently visited Temecula Preparatory School to donate dictionaries to third grade classes. Each student was given his or her own dictionary to use in the classroom. The students will take these dictionaries with them throughout their school careers. The Temecula Valley […]

KID’S CORNER – Vanilla Wafer Pops

This fun and easy treat is being created by the boys and girls at the Earle Stanley Gardner Middle School Clubhouse. Parental supervision is recommended. What you need • 20 vanilla wafer cookies • 1/2 cup peanut butter • 1 (6-ounce) bag chocolate or white chocolate chips • Colored candy sprinkles • Popsicle sticks • […]