Life continues in Anza during pandemic

Little Jesse Jeanne Cochrane gushes positive vibes while out with her family in Anza. Anza Valley Outlook/Diane Sieker photo
Despite the social and financial turmoil caused by the coronavirus pandemic, Anza and Aguanga residents remain mostly untouched by many of the events affecting the rest of the world. Life for most residents is steady and stable as they go about their daily business. “My faith and belief in God, that He is who the Bible says He is, gives me comfort,” Stephanie Rollain said. There are animals to be cared for, children to raise and restaurants to enjoy. Daily lives go on, albeit with some changes. Large gatherings are not permitted, so horse shows and fairs were placed on hold. Equestrians, however, must continue to care for their animals, exercising and schooling them. Motorcyclists wait for tasty treats on a hot da
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