The Cub Scouts of Pack 105 invite you to come and join Cub Scouting!
Please attend our Informational Sign-Up Night on Thursday, September 18, 2014 at 6:00p.m. at Alpine Elementary School, 1850 Alpine Blvd. If you want your son to have some fun, excitement, outdoor opportunities, and a chance to participate in a program in which he doesn’t always have to win -instead, he learns about “Do your best” and how to be helpful to others -then we have just the program for you! For more information please contact Jennifer Tomasulo, 619-786-4933 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Cub Scout Pack 105 Flyer 2014
ALFA BOOKSTORE NEWS FOR 9/3-9/7 WINTER HOURS BEGIN – OPEN 10: -4: Wed.-Sun.
The new BARRONS Market is open and is right across the street from our New Library site at the community center – What a Win/Win deal for all of us! Eat and Read, YES! We are featuring COOK BOOKS this week. Come in and shop in our non-profit store at 2554 Alpine Blvd and support the LIBRARY.
Remember all your purchases help to build our NEW LIBRARY – opening in Nov. of 2015.
Our non-profit, all volunteer BOOKSTORE is at 2554 Alpine Blvd. (619) 722-1277 email@example.com
Viejas Casino & Resort 23rd Anniversary – Get Fired Up!
Join us in celebration of our 23rd Anniversary for a weekend filled with a Guinness World Record attempt, exciting promotions, and a blockbuster boxing rematch!
Friday, September 12th
Join us at 8pm near the Viejas Hotel Pool as we attempt to launch the World’s Longest Chain of Fireworks—a chain of over 10,000 fireworks! The sky will be alive with this record setting attempt, and you can witness it all first-hand! http://viejas.com/promotions/viejas-23rd-anniversary
Saturday, September 13th
Visit us again on Saturday for our Anniversary Cake Cutting celebration in the V Lounge at 4pm, and then watch Floyd Mayweather and Marcos Maidana square off in a highly anticipated rematch on our 30-foot viewing screen at the Viejas Hotel Pool! Main event begins at 8pm (conditions permitting).
On Saturday, August 23, the Alpine chapter of American Youth Soccer Organization(AYSO) hosted the annual Soccerfest at the Creekside and Shadow Hills fields. Teams had their first scrimmage of the season and the girls U14 team even got to play against the coaches! Youth and adult referees got to practice their skills and gain valuable experience. Families seemed to have a wonderful time spending the day together watching and playing soccer, eating Kona Ice, hot dogs, and sliding down the 3 huge water slides.
The AYSO board would like to thank everyone who came out and participated in making this such a fun event!
Commissioners Jay and Lori Harding
LOST AND FOUND: If you are missing any of the pictured items below, or found a red folding chair, please call Jaime Petruccelli at 619-339-4635.
Dr. Nichols’ Herb Garden
A full house attended the Alpine Historical Society’s pot luck luncheon at the Woman’s Club on Sunday, August 17, where the guest speaker was Judy Dunning, the founder and president of the San Diego Herb Guild. Judy discussed the kind of herbs or herbal products that Sophronia Nichols, Alpine’s first physician, may have used in her practice in the late 1890’s. Her presentation focused on a selection of herbs with medicinal value whose origin in the Mediterranean were a perfect fit for our Alpine climate. All who attended were captivated by her easy going manner, humorous stories, and the knowledge she shared about herbs and the conditions that can be treated.
We would now like to take this program to the next level by planting an herb garden at the Alpine History Museum. The permanent display will incorporate a variety of herbs along with text labels describing their traditional uses for treating some common ailments. Judy Dunning will help us plan and install this exhibit so that all visitors will have an opportunity to see these truly remarkable herbs in a natural landscape setting.
You can help us make this project come alive by making a tax deductible contribution to the Alpine Historical Society. It’s simple, just mail a contribution to Alpine Historical Society, PO Box 382, Alpine, CA 91903-0382. If you prefer, you can bring your donation to one of our monthly Open House events from 2 to 4 pm on the last weekend of every month.
Our next Open House will be Saturday, August 30 and Sunday, August 31. The Alpine History Museum is located at 2116 Tavern Road in Alpine. Visit www.AlpineHistory.org