We need your help!! Volunteers are needed for Wildfire Preparedness Day 2017! Join us on Saturday, May 20, 2017 from 9am– 12pm at the Alpine Community Center (1830 Alpine Blvd. Alpine, CA.) Lunch will be provided for all volunteers by The Kiwanis of Alpine. We need volunteers to help out during this cleanup day to clear weeds and provide a safe, defensible space for the Alpine Community Center. The Alpine Community Center is a non profit facility not subsidized by any governmental agency, so we need your help! Put your best gardening clothes on, bring your gloves and any handy weeding tools! To volunteer or for more info please contact Cindi Robertson – Director of Operations, Alpine Community Center at 619.445.7330 or email email@example.com
A GIFT for “you” MOM! A Mother´s Day special from Fit4Mom Stroller Strides! 1 FREE WEEK OF CLASSES!
We got your full body workout covered! Come as you are… hair a mess, in pajamas, or covered in spit up… it´s ok! Our Village is growing and we would love to meet you and your kid(s). We are your village! (Offer valid from May 1 to May 15, 2017) Classes take place at the Alpine Community Center Park at 1830 Alpine Blvd. Alpine, CA. 91901 (behind the library) Don´t wait any longer! Sign up for your free week and view class schedules at www.alpine.fit4mom.com
Got Questions? Contact Sandy Herbert (619) 722-0190 or (619) 200-8263 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
My Computer Doc of San Diego Warns of Ways Scammers Try to Gain Access to Your Computer!
There are a many ways a scammer will try and influence you to allow them to gain access to your computers. These are just two of the ways they will try:
- You may be working on your computer and then all the sudden you get a popup saying you are infected and if you close the window all of your files will be deleted. This is a hoax and do not fall for it. Do not call the number it says to call because they will login to your computer and tell you are infected and have been hacked. This is not true and they pray on people that are not tech savvy.
- Here is what you should do. If you get the popup, then just turn off your computer by pushing and holding in on your power button until the computer shuts off. Then call me and I will give you directions to turn it back on and I will login and make sure everything is ok.
- You may get a phone call out of the blue from another tech company saying they are getting reports of your computer sending out viruses. They may even say they are associated with Microsoft. They will try and convince you to allow them to gain access to your computers remotely. Once they have access to your computer, they will show you the event log in the admin control panel. They will say these logs are actual viruses but don’t click on them. Windows logs just about everything you do in these logs. The logs are not viruses and are valid entries. Then they will say whatever antivirus you have installed is not protecting you and recommend you pay them as much as $300 plus for their remote support. If you do this, they will more than likely cause lots of problems. They will uninstall valid software and in some cases, reformat your hard drive and you may have all your files, pictures etc. deleted.
- Here is what you should do. Hang up and do nothing.
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UPDATE: REUNITED! Owner has been found – I thought he looked familiar (like a dog named Robbie that has been missing many times before in Alpine) I contacted his owner and it was him!for future info his owners info is: Please Gina at (619) 757-0703 or GinaM@sandiegomagazine.com or Coleman at (619) 709-0664
Continue reading (REUNITED) FOUND DOG: Male Black SCHNAUZER Blend, Alpine Ca. 4-26-17
4-27-17 LOCATION_DESCRIPTION: Montecito vista (Map it) off of East Alpine Blvd across the freeway from Viejas Casino in Alpine, Ca. 91901 around 1pm. The female chocolate lab was last seen with a little pug. Update – our other chocolate lab is now missing too
NAME: mike jones EMAIL ME HERE TELEPHONE: 619-438-1568
Continue reading 2 LOST DOGS: Male & Female Chocolate Labs, Montecito Vista, Alpine 4-27-17
4-26-17 FOUND MALE Grey Black Tabby CAT at 5635 Willows rd., Alpine 91901. Super friendly, but scared
Contact Crystal at (515) 291-0026
Cheese of the Week: Cypress Grove Midnight Moon!
This is an aged goat’s milk cheese that’s nutty, buttery and smooth. Makes a terrific grilled cheese, and pairs well with Zinfandel.
From triple-cream French Brie to Truffle-flecked artisan goat’s milk cheese, Barons Market will feature a new gourmet cheese each week in the
Continue reading Barons Market Alpine Cheese of the Week: Cypress Grove Midnight Moon!