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BITS Wild West Night Fundraiser to Support Animal & Equine Therapy – June 1, 2019

Wild West Night is an old fashioned, family good time FUNdraiser to support Equine & Animal Therapy programs in San Diego County.

Back In The Saddle’s 2nd annual Wild West Night Fundraiser will take place on Saturday June 1, 2019 from 5pm to 10pm at the Descanso Town Hall. The event promises to be a fun filled evening featuring delicious BBQ, adult beverages, great music, family fun activities, silent auction & raffle items. Proceeds will go towards providing Equine & Animal Therapy programs for children, Veterans & individuals with special needs in San Diego County. Changing Lives…One Ride at a Time! For more info please call 619-333-9400. Tickets are $20 in Advance and $30 at the door and can be purchased HERE.

CPR/AED* Certification Class at the Alpine Woman’s Club – June 8, 2019

CPR/AED Certification Class Alpine Woman’s Club June 8th

Would you know how to respond if your child stopped breathing or someone you love had a heart attack? If you answered no, then you should attend this class held at the Alpine Town Hall 2156 Alpine Blvd on Saturday June 8th from 9am to 11am.  A must class for babysitters, parents and grandparents. This CPR class is taught in a very simple, fun and easy to understand manner. You will receive a two year certification and learn CPR for adults, children, and infants as well as the Heimlich maneuver, what to do for drowning and how to use an AED machine. A portion of the proceeds goes to the Alpine Woman’s Club Scholarship, Preservation and Education and Foundation. Fee is $45 for adults and $25 for children 10 years to 17 years. To register please call Save-A-Heart  619-445-4569.

“Love for Luke” Fundraiser for 8 Year Old Alpine Boy Diagnosed with Leukemia – June 1, 2019

Love for Luke Fundraiser! Saturday, June 1, 2019 from 2pm to 7pm at Boulder Oaks Elementary School (2320 Tavern Rd. Alpine Ca 91901) Please join us for an amazing afternoon! We will have a car show, Vendors, rock painting, #LOVEFORLUKE swag, face-painting, airbrush tattoos, fabulous live music, food, shaved ice, horse draw cart rides, free book exchange, an AMAZING silent auction including trips to Hawaii, date nights, spa days, and so many you just have to come see!!!!

We also have a few surprises that are sure to provide you with memories. We really hope you can join our amazing community in supporting Luke and his family in his fight of a lifetime, we love this family. Friends don’t let Friends Fight alone! For more info please email

About Luke: Luke Hayworth is an 8-year-old little boy whose energy, sweetness, and silliness bring joy and light to everyone he meets. On December 26th, his family’s world was shattered when he was suddenly diagnosed with Leukemia.

Luke and his family have a long, exhausting road ahead of them. So many have asked me how they can help and I am hoping this page will be a positive and supportive way to provide that help when it is needed and love always.

We will keep you posted from here. we know together as a community we can help him feel the love from his school, friends, and community he is separated from. Luke and his family will not fight alone! Like our facebook page here!

You’re Invited to a Paint’n Party Fundraiser for Gymtrix – June 2, 2019

Join us for a Paint Party Fundraiser for our GymTrix Gymnastics Team on Sunday, June 2, 2019 from 3 -5 pm at Bethel Assembly of God (1929 Arnold Way, Alpine) A paint party master artist will provide step by step instructions for creating your own masterpiece while you socialize and enjoy light refreshments! The Cost is only $35. Sign up with Kristi in the GymTrix office at 2358 Tavern Rd #7, Alpine 619-659-8772 or sign up & pay via VENMO @TeamAustria-Gymtrix. Call or Text Katrina Leaverton, 619-203-1978 or Jennifer Kelly, 760-717-4613 for additional details. About our team: The Gym Trix gymnastics team is raising funds to travel to Dornbirn Austria to join the TEAM USA delegation and represent Alpine and the USA at the 2019 World Gymnaestrada. These amazing athletes have been working hard for over a year to prepare for this trip but still need your help to get there. Please join us for a fun night with friends and painting!

Chamber to Launch Government Affairs Committee in Response to SANDAG Plan that Shelves Long-Planned Freeway Expansions

The Alpine Chamber has been a voice for small business since 1961, but the time has come to formally organize ourselves and express our concerns to the powers-that-be. The Chamber is assembling a “Government Affairs Committee” to address a paradigm shift at the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) concerning voter-approved highway funding. We believe these new policies will stifle economic and job growth in Alpine.

To quote a recent letter from Supervisor Diane Jacobs to the Board of Supervisors:
“On April 26, 2019 SANDAG Staff unveiled a new vision for the Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) that identifies numerus new public transit projects while removing the unfunded highway projects promised to voters in 2004. If adopted, this reallocation of TransNet funding will degrade the confidence of San Diego’s voters and contribute to worsening traffic conditions throughout the region.”

Of particular concern to the Alpine Chamber is the potential loss of a long-promised plan to expand Interstate-8 to three lanes between 2nd Ave in El Cajon to Los Coches. Alpine businesses and residents agree that the expansion will provide much needed relief from traffic congestion. Indeed, the average commute time for Alpine residents in 2017 was half an hour with nearly 1 in 4 residents having a commute time exceeding 45 minutes. Simply put, time spent in traffic is time wasted. It has a negative impact on business and quality-of-life.

Again, to quote Supervisor Diane Jacobs:
“Businesses throughout San Diego rely on the region’s road network on a daily basis for a multitude of reasons. Residents in rural communities do have reliable access to public transit and they need cars to get to jobs, schools, and other communities. Also, a functioning road network is crucial to public safety. The fires that have occurred in our region are a testament to the need for improvements to congested roads and highways.”

The Alpine Chamber is calling on community leaders in Alpine to come together to fight for our interests and stand up to policy-makers who ignore the will of the voter. Our new committee will act as a unified voice and as an essential part of the decision-making process.

If you are interested in serving on the Government Affairs Committee, please contact Executive Director, Alex Ward, at or (619) 445-2722 soon.

LOST CAT: Solid Black Male Named “Truman”, Crown Hills Area Alpine 4-18-19

**LOST CAT** 4-18-19 Alpine Ca (Crown Hills Area) Black Male Cat named “Truman”.

Us: You’re not an outdoor cat. You only think you are. Truman: And you need to shut your mouth when you’re talking to me! Us: Don’t go out there. It’s dark. Truman: You’re not the boss of me, hah! Us: No?

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Mini Fairy or Gnome Garden Workshop – May 25, 2019

Make & take your own Mini Fairy or Gnome garden. Saturday May 25, 2019 from 2pm to 4pm at BITS (Back in the Saddle) in Alpine! $20 includes all supplies, Fairy treats and meet a real live Unicorn. Limited spaces available, Advance reservations & payment required. Reserve your spot today, email/PayPal to:

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NEED FOOD? Register for the SIHC Summer Preservation Food Drive: – May 29, June 19, July 17, August 14, 2019

Need Food? Join SIHC (Southern Indian Health Council) for our Summer Preservation Food Drive on May 29, June 19, July 17, August 14, 2019 from 1:30pm to 3:30pm at the Alpine Clinic Courtyard, 1st floor (4058 Willows Road ▪ Alpine, CA 91901) To receive food, one member per household must register and have ID on

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LOST CAT: Black & White Female “Catarina”, Old Stagecoach Rd. Alpine 5-17-19

LOCATION_DESCRIPTION: 5-17-19 Alpine Ca. Lost 1 year old Female Black and White Cat “Catarina”. Kinda small. Lost from our home near Queen of Angels Church and Old Stagecoach Road in Alpine. REWARD $100

NAME: Scott 619-701-1276



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LOST CAT: Female Grey Tabby w/ White Feet, “Kona” – Willits Rd. Alpine 5-16-19


5-16-19 LOST CAT ALPINE CA 91901: Alpine Heights Rd. and Willits Rd. Kona is grey with stripes and has a pink collar with a bell. She was last seen by my neighbor at 10:00 p.m. on Thursday night. We desperately need to find her as she always comes in at night. Please reach

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