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Rattlesnake Avoidance Training Class for Dogs at Windfall Ranch – June 7, 2020

Rattlesnake avoidance classes Alpine Ca 91901

Due to the high demand, Windfall Ranch in Alpine is again hosting Rattlesnake Avoidance Training for dogs on Sunday, June 7, 2020.  Training is provided by High On Kennels.   Individual training will be scheduled at 15 minutes intervals starting at 9:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m.  Dogs should be at least 6 months old.  The cost is $75 per dog.

Windfall Ranch is located on Japatul Valley Road in Alpine at Mile Marker 18 (1/2 mile north of Lyons Valley & 4.5 miles south of Interstate 8). Call or text Terry at 619-992-0084 or email here to check for available times and schedule an appointment.

 

Love to SHOP AGAIN at For the LOVE Gift Boutique in Alpine! WE HAVE SO MUCH NEW MERCHANDISE!

For the LOVE Gift Boutique is reopening our doors, come in and see all the new merchandise, so many new items to see. Support local businesses shop local. We fave FACE MASKS for the whole family, Wine Barrel Crosses, Hand crafted crosses, Jewelry, Handbags, Yard Art and SO MUCH MORE!!! Come and celebrate friends, love and life at For the LOVE Gift Boutique! Open Wednesday – Friday from 10am to 6pm / Saturday & Sunday from 10am to 3pm! We are located at 2530 Alpine Blvd, Ste. E, Alpine, CA. 91901. (Right next to Janet’s Montana Cafe) Kelly Boykin – Owner 619-669-5094 or email kellyboykin68@msn.com. Visit our facebook page at Facebook.com/forthelovegb

 

 

San Diego County New Update on What’s Allowed, Not Allowed in Restaurants and Stores – May 21, 2020

Restaurants and stores can now open to serve customers in person. However, they must follow specific guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Guidelines for dine-in restaurants are:

  • Temperature/symptom screening for employees daily
  • Employees with symptoms are not allowed to work
  • All tables need to be six feet apart or have barriers separating them
  • Signs need to be posted reminding customers to social distance
  • Employees must wear facial coverings
  • Customers must wear facial coverings except when seated
  • No self-service such as buffets, salad bars, soda machines, etc.
  • Encourage reservations
  • Expand outdoor seating

Before reopening, food businesses must fill and post the County Restaurant Operating Protocol. Additional guidance, posters and information for a safe reopening can be found on the coronavirus-sd.com page for restaurant operators website.

The County Department of Environmental Health continues conducting food safety status verifications to ensure compliance with the California Retail Food Code and provide guidance and education on the Health Officer Orders.

Retail shopping

Customers are allowed in stores, including malls, with the following requirements:

  • Post signs saying no employees or customers with COVID-19 symptoms should enter
  • Temperature/symptom screening for employees daily
  • Employees and customers must wear facial coverings
  • Limit number of customers to maintain six feet of distance

Businesses that have not done so already need to complete a Safe Reopening Plan, post it at their entrance and discuss with their employees. Retail businesses that have been providing curbside or front-door pick-up and will now be allowing customers indoors must update their plan.

The public or employees should not enter any business if they have symptoms of COVID-19, which include cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fever, chills, muscle pain, sore throat, or a new loss of taste or smell.

The plan was adopted because the County meets all the current readiness criteria and can safely move into an accelerated reopening.

As more places open to the public, it’s important for people to continue taking precautions to avoid getting and spreading COVID-19.

“Dining out and shopping must be done safely as crowded places increase the risk of exposure to COVID-19,” Wooten said. “People should continue wearing a face covering in public, maintain their distance from others, avoid touching their face and wash their hands frequently.”

While some San Diegans would like for more businesses to reopen and other activities to occur, the State has yet to allow the following to open:

  • Hotels, Airbnb
  • Gyms, fitness centers
  • Hair, nail salons
  • Beach parking lots
  • Sitting or lying down on the beach
  • Religious services, except funerals performed with social distancing

COVID-19 Testing, Cases and Deaths

Testing:

  • 4,722 tests were reported to the County May 20, and 175 or 4% were positive.
  • 3.7% was yesterday’s 14-day, rolling average percentage of positive tests.

Cases:

  • 175 new cases were reported for a San Diego County total of 6,315.
  • 1,183 or 18.7% of the total cases have required hospitalization.
  • 354 or 5.6% of all cases had to be placed in intensive care.

Deaths:

  • 11 more COVID-19 deaths were reported today, bringing the region’s total to 241.
  • Seven women and four men died, and their ages ranged from 51 to 100 years.
  • All but one had underlying medical conditions.

The number of active outbreaks, deaths and cases at nursing homes and other congregate living facilities are:

  • 73 active outbreaks, 50 at congregate living facilities and 23 in community settings.
  • 1,391 cases, including 119 deaths in congregate living facilities.
  • 299 cases, including five deaths in community settings.

More COVID-19 Information

The County’s COVID-19 webpage contains additional information on the disease, including a graph showing new positive cases and total cases reported by date. The data is also broken down by gender, race and ethnic/race group. An interactive dashboard with several COVID-19 indicators is being updated daily. For more information, visit coronavirus-sd.com.

YIPPEE!! The Mediterraneo Bistro is NOW OPEN FOR DINE-IN SERVICE! – May 20, 2020

May 21, 2020

Ladies & Gentlemen……….WE ARE OPEN FOR DINE-IN SERVICE!!!

We only have 50% of the seats available, and we are requiring our guests to wear masks (not while you eat of course!!!), but we ARE open for Dine-in! Safety has been and will continue to be our main concern as we reopen to the public, so please be mindful and maintain social distancing when you come, and please wear a face mask! Reservations are strongly recommended since we have less seating!

SEE YOU SOON!!!!!!! The Mediterraneo Bistro staff and the Croce family – Call us at 619.445.9902. We are located at1347 Tavern Rd. Alpine Ca. 91901 View our full menu online at mediterraneobistro.com

FOUND Bank Card on Alpine Blvd. – May 21, 2020

 

May 21, 2020 Alpine Ca 91901: A debit / credit card was found in front of our building at Alpine Fence Company on Alpine Blvd. We will keep it in the office until June 1st. Please call to identify.  Thank you!

Megan Connelly EMAIL: megan@alpinefencecompany.com

TELEPHONE: 619-659-9320

Janet’s Montana Cafe in Alpine Giving Customers FREE PIES on May 23, 2020 – GET THE DETAILS HERE!

*** FREE PIES!! **** YESSSSSSSS!!!!!!!! (Beginning May 23) IF YOU HAVE EVER HAD THE PIE AT JANET’S you KNOW how LIFE CHANGING IT IS! BEST PIES ON EARTH! This is an awesome deal they are offering! Here’s the scoop…….”In observance of Memorial Day and to show our appreciation to our loyal customers, Janet’s Montana

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Rattlesnake Avoidance Training Class for Dogs at Windfall Ranch – May 16, 2020

Rattlesnake avoidance classes Alpine Ca 91901

Rattlesnake Avoidance Training for Dogs will be held at at Windfall Ranch on Japatul Valley Rd in Alpine on Saturday May 16, 2020. Training Provided by High On Kennels. Cost is $75 per dog. Call or text Terry at 619-992-0084 or email here to check for available times.

Windfall Ranch is located on Japatul Valley

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The Housekeepers of Alpine will be back open and CLEANING on May 18, 2020!

The Housekeepers of Alpine will be back open and CLEANING on May 18, 2020! Please give us a call to book an appointment! We Specialize in Deep Cleaning! My name is Sonia Rivera and I am the owner of The Housekeepers of Alpine. I have worked and lived in the Alpine community for over 20

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Little Pioneers Preschool in BACK OPEN: Spots Available – Grab Yours Now!

LITTLE PIONEERS PRESCHOOL HAS OPENED BACK UP!! WE HAVE SPOTS AVAILABLE, GRAB YOURS NOW!

OFFERING THE HIGHEST QUALITY PRESCHOOL FOR OVER 23 YEARS. WE OFFER SMALL CLASS SIZES WITH AGE APPROPRIATE CURRICULUM, DAILY ART, STORY-TIME, SONGS, AND KINDERGARTEN READINESS. WE ENCOURAGE CHILDREN TO DEVELOP THEIR NATURAL POTENTIAL, TO FEEL GOOD ABOUT THEMSELVES, AND

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Barons Market Alpine Weekly Ad Specials: May 13-19, 2020

Barons Market is your neighborhood market. We carry a terrific selection of natural and specialty food at rock bottom prices. We are passionate about value and enthusiastic about passing great deals on to you. No gimmicks.Limited quantity on some items. Not responsible for misprints. Barons Market is located at 1347 Tavern Rd. Alpine, Ca.

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