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Church Rummage Sale at Calvary Chapel Alpine – July 11, 2020

Church Rummage Sale at Calvary Chapel Alpine! Help support missionaries! Join us on Saturday, July 11, 2020 from 8:00am-12:00pm! Calvary Chapel is located at 2267 West Victoria Drive, Alpine, CA, 91901. Got questions? GOT DONATIONS? Text or call Kim Wilson to arrange drop offs (619)200-8795.

For more info Contact Sommer Ramirez at (619) 445-2589 or EMAIL HERE

𝑺𝒊𝒈𝒏-𝑼𝒑 𝑵𝒐𝒘 𝒇𝒐𝒓 Alpine Education Foundation’s 𝑹𝒆𝒂𝒅𝒚 𝑩𝒓𝒆𝒂𝒌 𝑪𝒂𝒎𝒑𝒔 2020!

Ready Break Camps offer students grades K-8 a deeper dive into learning with a more hands on approach. These camps are fun, involving and educational. Virtual & in-class Camps for this summer are available now for registration at

Alpine Education Foundation “Back to the 80’s” Gala – September 26, 2020

2020 Alpine Education Foundation’s “𝐁𝐚𝐜𝐤 𝐭𝐨 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝟖𝟎’𝐬” 𝐆𝐚𝐥𝐚 has been rescheduled! Come join us on Saturday, September 26, 2020 for the Back to the 80’s Gala.  The Gala will feature dinner, auctions and live music by San Diego’s own Radio Thieves; 80’s dress is required… For Tickets & Information visit:

The Alpine Kiwanis Club is Accepting Donations to Help Needy Families and Seniors

April 1, 2020

The Alpine Kiwanis Club is accepting donations from the community to be able to give aid in the form of gift certificates for meals at local restaurants for needy families and seniors. If you wish to donate, please send your donations to Alpine Kiwanis Club at P.O. Box 306 Alpine, CA 91903-0306 made payable to Alpine Kiwanis Club.  Please reference donation for needy on your check. Barons has offered to give a $50 Gift Card for food to each case. The more support we receive from the community, the more we will be able to assist those in need.

Also, if you are aware of any needy families or seniors please call Joe Brunold at (619) 322-9631.



FREE Curbside Palm Frond and Arundo ONLY Chipping Available March 23-27, 2020

Mornin’ All Zones chipping fans,

On-line registration opens for ALL Zones on 3/02/20 for Palm & Arundo chipping ONLY.  This event will take place March 23-27, 2020.  No other materials are eligible for chipping during this event. Click here to sign up

This service will be available twice this year to customers in all our zones.  This is the first Palm/Arundo chipping event this year.

Event Specific Rules

Please follow the regular Curbside Chipping Rules but in addition, because of the special nature of Palm Fronds and Arundo, we ask that fresh cut materials dry for at least 2 weeks before the event.  When stacking your piles, we have found that having the stems, or big ends, face away from the chipper works best and they should be located where the chips may be piled since the chipper we use for these events cannot broadcast chips over a great distance!

Thanks for your interest in keeping our community safer from wildfire and watch for rattlesnakes!

Dennis Larsen
Volunteer/Chipping Mgr


URGENT! VOLUNTEERS NEEDED at Dream Rider Equestrian Therapy in Alpine!

URGENT! VOLUNTEERS NEEDED at Dream Rider Equestrian Therapy in Alpine!

Spring is here and the days are longer and warmer. Children want to learn to ride! So if you can lead a pony on Wednesday or Thursday afternoons from 4-6 we would be very grateful. We could also use help on Saturday or Sunday mornings from 9:30-11:30. To learn more about us please take a look at our Facebook page: .

Visit our website at to find application.

Volunteers make our work possible! If you are interested please call Catherine Hand at 619-445-2576 or email:



BCLT Adds 15 Acres to Protected Open Space in Alpine’s Wright’s Field

Alpine’s Local Nature Preserve Adds 15 Acres to Protected Open Space – Wright’s Field in Alpine has increased in size by 15 acres, thanks to a generous donation of land by Daryl and Tammy Priest of El Cajon. This open-space land in the center of Alpine will now be conserved forever as parkland for the enjoyment of the public. This new property adds even more open-space to the existing conservation land owned and managed at Wright’s Field by the Back Country Land Trust (BCLT). It also adds creek frontage along Alpine Creek, a walking path to the center of town, and will protect at least one more historic homestead site from Alpine’s history by including it within the boundary of the
nature preserve.

The donation of this additional land adds to the current 230 acres already conserved by BCLT in the heart of Alpine, bringing the total acreage of privately conserved land in the center of town to 245 acres. Like the rest of Wright’s Field that is owned and managed by BCLT, this property will be open to use by the public from sunrise to sunset every day of the year. BCLT would like to extend our sincerest thanks to Daryl and Tammy Priest for this generous donation of land.  To learn more about opportunities to explore this new property, or to volunteer for upcoming cleanup  projects at Wright’s Field, email:

For more info please contact Jon Green at Back Country Land Trust (BCLT) at 619.504.8181 or email

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Volunteers Welcome! Trail Work Day at Wright’s Field – March 1, 2020

Join us for a Trail Work Day at Wright’s Field on Sunday, March 1, 2020 from 9am to 12pm – Hosted By Back Country Land Trust. This year BCLT is working with the San Diego Mountain Bike Association (SDMBA) to build more partnership and collaboration between all of our trail users – that includes hikers, mountain bikers, and equestrians. Volunteers should wear sturdy shoes, long pants, a hat, and bring sunscreen, water, and work gloves. SDMBA will supply drinks and snacks, as well as tools and training for this workday. BCLT will be providing erosion control materials and native seed for habitat restoration. Meeting location is at 1951 Tavern Road. Our group will hike to the project site from there. Parking is available at Joan MacQueen Middle School – 2001 Tavern Road.

For more info please contact Jon Green at Back Country Land Trust (BCLT) at 619.504.8181 or email

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Horses, Heroes & Hearts Event Benefiting Saddles in Service – February 15, 2020

Horses, Heroes & Hearts on Saturday, February 15, 2020 from 5:30 pm – 9:30 pm at the Lakeside Community Center 9841 Vine St,
Lakeside, CA 92040.

Join us for a fundraising event to benefit Saddles in Service—a horsemanship experience that promotes wellness & healing for our Active Duty Military, Veterans, Law Enforcement, Firefighters and 1st Responder Heroes through rescued Horses.

Limited Ticket Sales! $50 per person, $375 for table of 8 *after 2/9 ; $65 per person. Ticket includes: BBQ Dinner, Beer or Wine,Music & Dancing & a Gift!

Featuring ~ The Brodie Stewart Band *Opener for Lynard Skynyrd, Josh Turner, Hank Williams Jr. and more! * Olde Highway 80 BBQ *Featured in “Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives”*

Events of the night include: 50/50 Opportunity Drawing—*cash only*, Silent Auction, Wine Wall and more!

To pay online:
To pay by check:
Make checks payable to Toni Arzillo, Memo section: Saddles in Service
Send to: Thrivent Financial, Mt. Helix Group, 7960 University Avenue #250, La Mesa, CA 91942

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Learn more about who SADDLES IN SERVICE is by watching this VIDEO HERE!


Scholarship in Memory of Alpine Teen William Burton Offered to Graduating GHHS Seniors

William Burton was a standout student-athlete at Granite Hills High School who was killed in a tragic auto accident in 2017.

The William Burton Spirit of the Eagle Scholarship was created to honor William and to recognize students who demonstrate the qualities of bravery, patriotism, individuality, and kindness; qualities that helped make William so remarkable. 


William’s parents, Donna and Brad Burton, along with his brothers Jacob and Zachary, wish to honor and remember William by awarding one Granite Hills High School graduating senior each year with The William Burton Spirit of the Eagle Scholarship.

The Burton family will select a senior who has been kind to fellow students and has demonstrated the courage to take risks and stand up for their beliefs.  The senior chosen will also be a student who has exhibited individuality and is recognized as a patriotic American.  The recipient will have his/her name engraved on the William Burton Spirit of the Eagle Trophy displayed at Granite Hills High School and receive a check in the amount of $500.00 – $1,000 to spend at his/her own discretion.

To support the William Burton Spirit of the Eagle Scholarship, or for more information, please visit:


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