We lost our cat last night and we’re really missing her. She’s a medium sized gray cat with fuzzy hair, her name is Little. If anyone has seen her we would love to know. My phone number is 760-420-6538 and my email is email@example.com. She was last seen at the Alpine Timbers condos near the Alpine Village Apartments on Arnold Way on Friday night, April 17th.
M.S. Walk at Liberty Station 2015
On 4-25, The Kiwanis Club of Alpine is sending a team of walkers to Liberty Station which is in Point Loma. The Alpine Kiwanis Trailblazers will be registering to walk at 7:00 a.m. at the Station. The Walk begins at 8:00 a.m., approximately, as there is usually a lot of walkers and it takes time to stage them. The Walk includes a wonderful scenic view of San Diego’s beautiful Harbor and is a easy 3 mile walk. Last year we were able to raise over $700! (read story here)
Liberty Station is built on land originally occupied by the U.S. Navy. The Naval Training Center has processed many U. S Naval personnel from the early forties until the City of San Diego sold the property to the owners of the Liberty Station. On your scenic Walk you will see the U.S.S. Never sailed which was the training ship used by the Navy to train its sailors. The ship is beautifully built as a wooden ship on dry land and is painted Navy Gray. Quite a sight and a bonus to your walk.
Thank you for your interest in our endeavor to assist The M.S. Society in their wonderful work for the citizens of San Diego County.
Please join us in donating or walking to show your support for helping the victims of M.S. If you wish to donate or walk please contact Dick Rabell, Captain of the team at (619)445-5712.
On 4-11, at its regularly scheduled Kiwanis meeting, The Kiwanis Club of Alpine held it’s annual Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. The meeting is held at The Alpine Elementary School Auditorium, 1850 Alpine Blvd. The meeting was attended by three Local Law Enforcement Agencies, California Highway Patrol, U.S. Border Patrol and The Alpine Sheriff’s Office. Representing the Agencies was C.H.P. Sergeant Damion Budwine, U.S. Border Patrol, Deputy Patrol Agent in charge, Richard A. Gordon and The San County Sheriff’s Office, Sergeant Chris Cross. All of the above supervisors had chosen their recipient for their outstanding service. The Supervisors read their respective recipients qualifications for the Award, and they were quite impressive.
Once each Supervisor had finished, The recipient stepped forward and The Honorable Duncan Hunter presented them with a certificate thanking them for their outstanding service. Next a representative from Senator Joel Anderson’s Office, Stephanie Lawless presented a certificate to the recipient. The President of The Kiwanis Club of Alpine, Greg Fox then presented a beautiful oak plaque to the recipient. Each recipient was given a standing ovation by all of the Kiwanis members and their guests.
The following Law Enforcement personnel were honored by the Kiwanis Club and the visiting dignitaries:
Officer Paul J. Anzalone, C.H.P. , U.S. Border Patrol Agent Michael Sablan and Deputy Wesley A. Manning, Alpine Sheriff’s Station.
President Fox closed the meeting, with these words, “ Honoring these fine Law Enforcement personnel is just a token of our appreciation for the exceptional service that you have rendered to the community of Alpine and the surrounding East County”
Richard Rabell EMAIL ME HERE
The Interactive Fountain at Viejas Outlet Center Opens May 2, 2015 and will be open on Saturdays and Sundays from 11am-5pm. Children are welcome to come splash & play for FREE! (Please wear water shoes) Viejas Outlet Center is located at 5005 Willows Road, Alpine, CA 91901 www.viejas.com 619.659.2070
Regular meeting of the Board of Directors of the Alpine Fire Protection District. Tuesday, April 21, 2015 – 5pm. Fire Station #17 (Meeting Room) 1364 Tavern Rd., Alpine, CA. 91901 *VIEW AGENDA HERE ag042115_
Posted By: Jean Moore Alpine Fire Protection District, Finance Officer Alpine Fire Protection Foundation (501c3), Administrative Director 1364 Tavern Road,
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April 15, 2015 ACCIDENT THIS MORNING AROUND 4AM on SOUTH GRADE RD. IN ALPINE. This happened right at the curve at SCENIC VIEW. (Map it) The news report states that it was a teenaged BOY from lakeside, Ca. He was airlifted to the hospital and was alive, but is stated to have life threatening
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Join us for our yearly Appreciation Sale! Saturday May 2, 2015 from 8am-5pm at Double S Tack & Feed, 14335 Olde Hwy. 80, El Cajon 619-443-9211. Take 20% off EVERYTHING inside the store (with some exclusions) Fly sprays, masks, horse supplements, vet meds, grooming supplies, pet supplies hardware supplies tack supplies and more! Activities include
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Wright’s Field Native Grassland Demonstration Area Dedication Ceremony – April 21, 2015
Tuesday, April 21, 2015 at 6pm – 7pm at Wright’s Field in Alpine 2001 Tavern Rd. Alpine Ca 91901. Join BCLT and Alpine Girl Scout Troop #6401, as we unveil our newest project at Wright’s Field – our Native Grassland Restoration Project
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Don’t Miss the Spectacular FECA 20th Annual East County Garden Tour! – 2 Alpine homes are featured this year! Friends of East County Arts, Inc. presents its 20th Annual Garden Tour on Saturday, April 25, 2015 from 9 am to 3 pm. Five spectacular gardens will offer an amazing variety of settings and each
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