Partial solar eclipse viewed by hundreds at Marna O’Brien Park



















2 Responses to "Partial solar eclipse viewed by hundreds at Marna O’Brien Park"

  1. Kenneth Mayes   August 24, 2017 at 9:25 am

    The comment “Viewed by Hundreds” is so much bull. This event was attended by 150 at best. Why must wildomar continue to lie about the poor attendance at its city park events. $350,000 is collected annually to entertain the same couple hundred people. There are no programs for seniors or even children, there are only poorly attended movies, where it would be cheaper to pay for movie passes at the local theater. There is the city birthday where alcohol is allowed to be sold where the profits benefit the Rotary Club, of which all council persons are members, the citizens do not benefit.

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  2. Sheyanne   August 25, 2017 at 4:06 am

    It might be an exaggeration but I’m one of the same 100 people that is continually engaged at the city’s events (my kids & I enjoy the astronomy nights!) and I appreciate them. I appreciate the small size of the events in comparison to the masses at neighboring cities’ events.
    But on the other hand, I don’t follow Wildomar’s fiscal planning and do believe rec department classes for kids & seniors is much needed.

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