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Black Friday Special at ALPINE CHILL – 1/2 off All Frozen Yogurt Creations! November 23, 2018

Black Friday Special at Alpine Chill Frozen Yogurt! 1/2 off ALL YOGURT CREATIONS! Offer valid on Black Friday ONLY – November 23, 2018 from 12pm to 8pm! No Coupon Required! (No other discounts or rewards will be applied) Alpine Chill is located at 2963 Alpine Blvd. Suite #106, Alpine, Ca. 91901 (619) 445-7410. Visit our website at

Join in the Breast Cancer Support Walk for Alpine Resident Erica Trafton – November 17, 2018

Hi Alpine Community – a local Alpine mom Erica Trafton to two sweet little girls, recently found out that she has breast cancer. Saturday morning (November 17) she will be undergoing a double mastectomy. A small group of her friends, family and supporters will be meeting at the Starbucks in Alpine at 9:30am (wearing PINK of course 😊) and then walking in the neighborhood behind Albertsons to show our love and support. Erica grew up in Alpine and it would be wonderful if we took this opportunity to show up for her as a community. We’d love to see you there and join us! For more info please Contact Rachel Gregg at 619-517-9620

Arts & Crafts Fair at the Historic Descanso Town Hall – November 17, 2018

Arts & Crafts Fair at the historic Descanso Town Hall (24536 Viejas Grade, Descanso Ca. 91916) Saturday, November 17, 2018 from 10am to 2pm. Live music! Shop LOCAL for Christmas Gifts! Free admission! Bring your friends! Local artists and crafters with paintings, jewelry, decorative gourds, apparel, home / ranch / garden wares, leather goods, linens, embroidery and many more one-of-a-kind items! For more info call Robin at 619-445-8313 or Lisa at 619-445-5035

Alpine Goodwill is HIRING! Come to the Career Fair on November 15, 2018

Career Fair at the Alpine Goodwill Store (1830 Alpine Blvd) this Thursday, November 15, 2018at 10am in the parking lot area. Please see all the details in the flyer below. You can apply in advance at

EMERGENCY INFORMATION: Wildfire Smoke and Face Masks for Protection in Dangerous Conditions

Surgical and dust masks WILL NOT protect you from the dangers of breathing Wildfire smoke… Choose a mask called a “particulate respirator”.

Wildfire smoke can irritate your eyes, nose, throat, and lungs. It can make you cough and wheeze, and can make it hard to breathe. If you have asthma or another lung disease, or heart disease, inhaling wildfire smoke can be especially harmful. If you cannot leave the smoky area, good ways to protect your lungs from wildfire smoke include staying indoors and reducing physical activity.

Wearing a special mask called a “particulate respirator” can also help protect your lungs from wildfire smoke  Respirator masks labeled N95 or N100 provide some protection – they filter ‐ out fine particles but not hazardous gases (such as carbon monoxide, formaldehyde, and acrolein). This type of mask can be found at many hardware and home repair stores and pharmacies and online. Your local health agency may also have these masks.

Choose an N95 or N100 mask that has two straps that go around your head. Don’t choose a one ‐ strap paper dust mask or a surgical mask that hooks around your ears – these don’t protect against the fine particles in smoke. Choose a size that fits over your nose and head and under your chin. It should seal tightly to your face. Please note that these masks don’t come in sizes that fit young children and will not seal well. They also will not seal well on people with beards.

Don’t use bandanas or towels (wet or try) or tissue held over the mouth and nose. These may relieve dryness but they won’t protect your lungs. Using a respirator mask can make it harder to breathe, which may make the existing medical conditions worse as it takes extra effort to breath through them and can make it uncomfortable to use them for very long.

Throw away your mask when breathing through it gets difficult, if it gets damaged or if the inside gets dirty. Use a new mask every day if you can. For more information, search for “wildfire smoke” on


Alpine Kiwanis Club Meeting – EVERY SATURDAY MORNING!

Weekly Kiwanis Club of Alpine meeting every Saturday at Alpine Elementary School (located at 1850 Alpine Blvd) at 7:00 a.m. Join us for breakfast and learn about who we are and what we do for the alpine community. For more info please contact Bob Soto Alpine Kiwanis President at 619-772-6464 or email or

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Donations Needed for the “Emergency Food Pantry” at the Alpine Community Center

The Alpine Community Center has been an “Emergency Food Pantry” for the Alpine community for the past 6 years. Recently we noticed a marked increase in requests for assistance and we depend solely on donations to stock this Pantry. Until now the major donor to this cause has been Alpine’s Christ the King Episcopal Church.

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Alpine’s Community CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTING! – November 24, 2018

Almost 100 entries have registered so far for the 23rd Annual Alpine Village Christmas Parade of Lights & Snow Festival on Friday, Dec. 7, 2018 in Alpine! Holiday lights are required for every entry and for the first time every entry must be registered, as required now by the County of San Diego. PARADE

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Baron’s Market Alpine Cheese of the Week: “Kerrygold Skellig” 11-13-18

Cheese of the Week: “Kerrygold Skellig”

This week’s “Cheese of the Week” is Kerrygold Skellig. This all-natural Cheddar is produced with milk from grass-fed cows that graze on the green, lush pastures of Ireland. It’s creamy, rich, tangy and slightly sweet. Pairs well with your favorite Irish beer. Come in for a taste

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Alpine Woman’s Club Monthly Luncheon Meeting – November 20, 2018

The Alpine Woman’s Club meets the 3rd Tuesday of the month Doors open at 11:30am, lunch is at noon and a program follows. Our guest speaker this month on November 20th is Glennis Gould, crime specialist, San Diego County Sheriff’s Department. The Alpine Woman’s Club is open to all

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