Laskin to compete in County Science Fair

Fourth grade student Celeste Laskin won 1st place at the Lake Elsinore Unified School District Science Fair, March 11, 2004. After winning 1st place in the Donald Graham Elementary Science Fair, Celeste went on to win the District award, which entitles her entry into the County Science Fair. \\"I just love science and social studies\\" […]

Open House slated for Boys & Girls Clubs

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Southwest County will celebrate National Boys & Girls Club Week with a series of fun and exciting events on Thursday, April 1, 2004 from 5 to 7 p.m.The Temecula location will host an open house to the community to demonstrate exhibitions from its five core programs: Character & Leadership […]

Cooper named Jr. High Student of Year at 4th Annual Blade Awards

It had all the excitement of the Academy Awards, right here in Temecula. The stars arrived in their finery and proceeded down the red carpet along an illuminated path. The reporters conducted interviews and lights flashed as the paparazzi captured the expressions of the award recipients. The evening of March 12 was a magical night […]

Water resources scholarships offered to area college students

If you are interested in a career in the water industry, Eastern Municipal Water District (EMWD) invites you apply for a scholarship opportunity from the Santa Ana Watershed Project Authority (SAWPA)The Clair A. Hill Scholarship is open to California residents currently enrolled full-time in selected colleges and universities within California. Students must be junior or […]

Eagle Scouts recognized in Troop 337

Brian Hazell and Noah Ng of Boy Scout Troop 337 were honored for achieving the status of Eagle Scout at a special program held February 29. For his Eagle Service Project, Hazell designed, constructed and installed 10 large Trailheads at four locations at the Santa Rose Plateau Ecological Reserve in Murrieta. He also built 6 […]

Boys & Girls Clubs of Southwest County Celebrates New Zealand

February 24 – Temecula, CA. The Boys & Girls Clubs of Southwest County experienced New Zealand culture through Project Learn on February 20.Project Learn is an educational enhancement program that offers homework assistance and tutoring, along with cultural studies, computer projects and occasional field trips. The Project Learn program was made possible through a grant […]

Murrieta’s outstanding young poets honored

FRONT PAGE CAPTION: Young poets Marisa Jerry, Baylei Harbour, and Nathan Abila were honored Tuesday evening for their talent by the Murrieta Friends of the Library and Murrieta Valley Unified School District. Pictured with the students are Luanne Ferrer, Friends of the Murrieta Library, Sharon Seelman, MVUSD Learning Director, and Jeanne Nelson, MVUSD District Library […]

5th Annual All-Valley Honor Band to perform on March 6

On Saturday, March 6, sixty young musicians will take the stage at Chaparral High School to perform as the 5th Annual All-Valley Honor Band. The seventh through twelfth graders were chosen by audition from among 100 who tried out.The All-Valley Honor Band is sponsored by the Valley Winds Community Concert Band. Students rehearse together three […]

Students of the Month for February announced

The following students have been selected as Students of the Month for February: Murrieta Valley High School:Desiree MiksadAlexander SimentalCreekside High School:Joshua MyersBrittany ShephardElsinore High SchoolAndrew PearsonErin VillanuevaTemescal Canyon High School:Erik WyrickTracy ShermanAlternative Education Center:Maximillian (Max) WilsonAlexandra (Ali) Dore

Boys & Girls Clubs of Southwest County Selects Top Young Artists

Six talented young artists from The Boys & Girls Clubs of Southwest County have been named winners in this year’s Fine Arts Program on the local level. The program is a comprehensive initiative promoting creativity in a variety of media as well as encouraging artistic skills and cultural enrichment. The Boys & Girls Clubs of […]