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Double S Tack & Feed Annual Easter Egg Hunts – March 27, 2021

Double S Tack & Feed Annual EASTER EGG HUNT on Saturday, March 27, 2021! Join us for a fun filled day with 2 Easter Egg Hunts! One at 11am and another at 2pm. All eggs have prizes that range from free baby chicks, feed, and all kinds of goodies for your pets, gift certificates and prizes for EVERYONE! You could win a huge Easter Basket! Snacks will be provided!  Double S Feed is located at 14335 Old Hwy 80, El Cajon Ca. 92021. For more info call (619) 443-9211 or email rita@doublestackandfeed.com

 

 

Registration Opening March 1, 2021 for All Zones Free Palm, Arundo/Bamboo Recycling By GAFSC

Registration Opening for All Zones Free Palm, Arundo/Bamboo Recycling By GAFSC

Dry palm fronds, arundo, and bamboo are a fire hazard anywhere especially when within 5′ of a structure. You can correct these problems by using our Free Recycling Program.  We will haul your fronds, frond butt ends, bloom/seed pods (no trunks), arundo, and bamboo twice per year in all our zones.

We are able to do this thanks to Pioneer Landscape’s dedication and equipment as well as funds from the Sunrise Powerlink Fire Mitigation Grants Program.

The next Free Palm Recycling event will take place during the week starting 3/22 with on-line registration opening for all Zones in the am 3/01/21.  The deadline to register is 3/19 at midnight.

More information, including  our schedule, registration process, and rules, is available on our website home page at: www.greateralpinefsc.org

General Event Rules for 2021

  • EACH TIME YOU USE THE SERVICE, YOU MUST REGISTER ON LINE
    NO LATER THAN MIDNIGHT FRIDAY, 3 DAYS BEFORE THE START OF THE EVENT

Each event is spread over a number of days

The TOTAL VOLUME [Length x Width at Base x Height] of piles must be less than 4000 cu ft.  

Note:  All materials must originate from the areas within 100 ft of your home and within 20 ft of your driveway and roadside or from your neighbor’s defensible space that overlaps onto your property.

Defined Rules – palm frond, arundo, and bamboo specific (red)

  • You must be the owner of the property in one of the Zones outlined on our zone map.
  • You may pay someone to create your defensible space, but you personally must register with GAFSC on our website.
  • Your piles must be fully staged by the Sunday evening (and for safety no earlier than 15 days) before the event to allow our crew to start our documenting process the following morning.
  • Stack materials no more than 4 ft high with the cut ends facing the roadside or accessible private driveway. In order to fit the trailer, limit material lengths to 15ftPalm trunks, dumped or old compressed, tangled piles or any staged for burning will not be eligible.
  • All piles must be within 5 ft of access point for the equipment. Note severe side slopes or down slopes are not acceptable. Please combine all materials at a readily accessible location on or near paved or well maintained on-property roads. Note, since our contractor’s equipment exceeds 37′ in length, piles staged where excessive maneuvering is needed will not be picked up.
  • Note: please do not include any other materials in your piles! NO, mud, rocks, construction debris or trash; NO bagged or bundled material, loose bark, leaf litter, succulent, poisonous material; NO stumps or any other root materials.
  • You do not have to be home for this curbside service.
  • Our Contractor follows Project Activity Levels set daily for San Diego County and will only work when deemed safe to use mechanical equipment.

Thanks for your interest in keeping our community safer from wildfire and watch for rattlesnakes!

Regards,
Dennis Larsen
Volunteer/Chipping Mgr
chipping@greateralpinefsc.org
or
info@greateralpinefsc.org

Barons Market Alpine Weekly Ad Specials: Feb 24-March 3, 2021

Barons Market Alpine Weekly Ad Specials for this week!

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The Alpine Woman’s Club Accepting Scholarship Applications from Graduating High School Seniors from Alpine

Alpine Woman’s Club to Award Scholarships

February 2021 ALPINE – The Alpine Woman’s Club Scholarship, Preservation and Education Foundation will be accepting scholarship applications from the Class of 2021 for graduating high school seniors who reside in Alpine. In order to be considered for a scholarship, applications must be received no later than May 31. Students applying for a scholarship must: reside in Alpine; have a well-developed sense of community participation and/or have been diligently applying themselves in the employment area; show scholastic and extra curricular achievement; submit a 500-word autobiographical essay, and plan to attend a college, university or vocational school.  Due to the restrictions placed upon students for the past and current school year, consideration for this unprecedented time will be taken into account. To date, this scholarship program has awarded more than $146,000 to Alpine Students.

Applications are available at www.alpinewomansclub.org.

For more info please contact Kathy Stewart Kathysab@cox.net

Annual Home & Garden Spring Craft Show in Alpine – March 4, 5 & 6, 2021

Alpine Country Gifts & Crafts 27th Annual Home & Garden Spring Craft Show at the Alpine Woman’s Club (2156 Alpine Blvd. Alpine, CA 91901) on March 4, 5 & 6, 2021. We have 30 juried crafters! We accept Visa and Mastercard! For more info please contact Saralynn Hopkey ay (619) 445-4212 or EMAIL HERE Visit our website for more info at www.AlpineCountryCrafts.com

Schedule
Thursday, March 4: 4pm–7pm
Friday, March 5:  9am–7pm
Saturday, March 6:  9am – 4pm

8 Week Live VIRTUAL MINDFUL-Based Stress Reduction Workshop with Laurie Hallihan – April 11, 2021

8 Week Live VIRTUAL MINDFUL-Based Stress Reduction Workshop with Alpine’s own Laurie Hallihan on April 11, 2021 from 9am to 11:30am (Via Zoom Online)

Are you suffering from the following: Depression, anxiety, or chronic stress, physical pain, immune dysfunction, fertility difficulties, binge eating and eating disorders, substance use disorder or other addictions? Consider Mindfulness!

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FREE Virtual “Introduction to Mindfulness” Workshop with Laurie Hallihan – March 14, 2021

FREE Virtual “Introduction to Mindfulness” Workshop with Alpine’s own Laurie Hallihan on March 14, 2021 from 9am to 10:30am (Via Zoom Online)

Are you suffering from the following: Depression, anxiety, or chronic stress, physical pain, immune dysfunction, fertility difficulties, binge eating and eating disorders, substance use disorder or other addictions? Consider Mindfulness! In this

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NOTICE: Alpine Community Planning Group (ACPG) Virtual Meeting (Agenda) – February 25, 2021

Alpine Community Planning Group

P.O. Box 1419, Alpine, CA 91903-1419

Notice of Regular Meeting | Final Agenda

Thursday, February 25th, 2021 at 6:00pm

Virtual via Zoom – https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83431043687 – Call in 1-669-900-6833 Meeting ID 834 3104 3687

Archived Agendas & Minutes

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ALPINE COMMUNITY PLANNING GROUP VACANCY NOTICE – February 22, 2021

This is to announce that a vacancy has occurred on the Alpine Community Planning Group (CPG) for Seat #13 of the 15-member Group. The County’s Board of Supervisors makes this appointment.

You may refer to the Roster of Boards, Commissions and Committees on the County’s website at www.sandiegocounty.gov/cob/ for information about this Committee. Vacancies

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FREE 8 Week Live VIRTUAL Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Class for College Students – March 19, 2021

College and life in general can be difficult right now with Covid…. Mindfulness can help with: Depression, anxiety, or chronic stress, Physical pain, Binge eating and eating disorders, Substance use disorder and Other addictions. Join us for a FREE 8 Week Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Online

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