Menifee city officials present Menifee Cares $5,000 grants to four local small businesses

Miguel Campos, center, owner of Breakfast House Los Tejabanes in Menifee, receives a $5,000 check for his business provided by the Menifee Cares Small Business Grant, Tuesday, Jan. 12. Menifee city councilmember Bob Karwin, Menifee Mayor Bill Zimmerman, Menifee city councilmember Matt Liesemeyer and Menifee Mayor Pro Tem Lesa Sobek present the check. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Four Menifee small-business owners were delighted Tuesday, Jan. 12, to see members of the Menifee City Council, Menifee Valley Chamber of Commerce and the Menifee Rotary appear at their storefronts with $5,000 checks desperately needed to offset their COVID-19 revenue losses. Accepting the checks provided by the city’s Phase 4 Menifee Cares Grant Program offering small business experiencing economic hardships $1,500 to $5,000 forgivable grants because of the COVID-19 restrictions were Menifee Lakes Optometry, J’s Barbershop, Breakfast House Los Tejabanes and Gallant Medical Supply. The Menifee Rotary Club also offered the businesses employees COVID-19 regulation face masks during the special presentation. The city in past months has offered other $5,000 grants to other businesses
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