Live Music, thousands of dollars in prizes, Jambalaya & Cajun/Creole Cuisine, New Orleans style! Cash bar, hurricane drinks, more! This fundraiser benefits the award-winning nonprofit media East County Magazine & Viejas Emergency Alerts.
TICKETS: $25/ person (EARLYBIRD RATES by March 7) or $30 at door RESERVE SPACE NOW! Tickets at Pinnacle Peaks or RSVP 619-698-7617; e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Dress festive!
ALFA BOOKSTORE NEWS FOR WEEK OF 3/12-3/16 Mysteries! We are inundated with both paperback and hardback Mysteries. Paperback Mysteries on sale for 50c all this week. Don’t overlook the Cozy Mysteries – often funny, a fast read and very entertaining. We have several LEE CHILD “Jack Reacher” paperbacks and hardbacks, and many volumes by ROBERT CRAIS, CLIVE CUSSLER, and W.E.B. GRIFFIN among many others. We are featuring COOKBOOKS and NATIVE AMERICAN literature this week. Our “new” book table is full again, thanks to your generous donations. We are a non-profit funding special programs and books for YOUR Library. Your patronage and donations are our LIFEBLOOD. We are at 2554 Alpine Blvd. Open Wed.-Sun. 10: -4: and staffed by wonderful BOOK-LOVING Volunteers.
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Creating a Nation of Readers
“You’re never too old, too wacky, or too wild to pick up a book and read with a child.” Dr. Seuss
March 3rd was our “National Read Across America” day honoring Dr. Seuss and promoting a life-long love of reading. On what would have been Dr. Seuss’ 106th birthday, Alpine Elementary School participated in this Seussical celebration with a community read-in.
“It is important to foster a love for reading. There is no greater gift we can give a child than literacy,” said Jon McEvoy, principal.
Many community members agree. Firemen, sheriff deputies, PTA, local business owners, parents, and Kiwanis went into classrooms to talk about the importance of reading and read a book by beloved author Theodor Seuss Geisel, Dr. Seuss.
To learn more about Read Across America go to the National Education Association website at www.nea.org
SUBMITTED BY: Corinne Lewis, AES
Anna’s Linens at Viejas Outlets had their Grand Reopening on February 27. Local store employees and regional company representatives marked the event with a Ribbon Cutting and special in-store promotions.
Anna’s Linens had been located at the far east end of Viejas Outlets since 2004. The new store is just over 10,000 square feet and is closer to the center of the Outlets, next to Pac Sun and Oshkosh B’Gosh, and across from Reebok. There are many specials taking place at the new store in March. For more information, visit www.viejas.com.
Anna’s Linens has 90 stores in California and over 300 nationwide.
We would like to make the community aware of a great opportunity to give!
Bethel Christian Assembly will be donating our church bus to: Rancho de Sus Niños Orphanage in Tecate, Mexico. We would like to fill the bus with items they could use.
Here is a list: Any type of toiletries: deodorant, shampoo,
Continue reading Donations for Mexican Orphanage Being Accepted During the Month of March at Bethel Church
3-9-14 Found dog, male chihuahua mix. in alpine village apartments. contact Alicia 619.277.6009
(Photo by Gary Buzel)
*Story via www.nbcsandiego.com
Investigators are trying to piece together what led to a gruesome discovery in San Diego’s East County: a body set on fire.
Just before 5 a.m. Sunday, San Diego County Sheriff’s deputies got a report of a body lying on a dirt road
Continue reading Body on Fire Found in Alpine This Morning 3-9-14
*Photos by Laura Pursglove
Update 11:20am 3-9-14: “Gun Fire” Update: 125 acres and 30% contained with 260 personnel on scene. Gusty winds in the area have grounded helicopters.
Update 3:41pm – Via Cal Trans – All lanes on I-8 have been reopened.
Update 3pm: This fire has now been
Continue reading FIRE ALERT: Fire Near Pine Valley Currently 50 Acres 3-8-14