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Alpine Community Planning Group (ACPG) Meeting (Preliminary Agenda) – June 28, 2018


Notice of Regular Meeting | Preliminary Agenda

Thursday, June 28, 2018 at 6:00pm

Alpine Community Center | 1830 Alpine Boulevard, Alpine, CA 91901

*View Agenda and list of Planning Group Members below

ACPG – June 28th 2018 Regular Meeting Agenda


VETERANS WANTED for the Veterans Float in Alpine’s 4th of July Parade 2018

We are looking for veterans to walk with us beside the Veterans Float in our upcoming 4th of July Parade on July 4, 2018. (Learn more about the parade here)  There will be a limited number of seats on the float itself for those veterans with mobility issues. Please let us know if you would like to join us by sending an email to


Staging will begin at 9 a.m. at the Alpine Community Church, 2225 W Victoria Ave in Alpine. Veterans can be dropped off by driving in on Marshall Road behind Fuller Hall at the church. The VFW is helping to arrange for a van to transport spouses to the Alpine Community Center where the Festival will begin.


The parade will kick-off at 10 a.m. sharp with the flyover of refurbished biplanes from World War II. You will be able to remain cool inside the church until the parade is ready to begin.


For additional information about the 4th of July Parade & Festival, please visit the Alpine Kiwanis website, and click on Events then 4th of July Parade.

Alpine Garden Club Meeting: Special Topic “RAT CONTROL”- April 12, 2018

The Alpine Garden Club meeting is April 12th at 5:45 p.m. at the Alpine Library. Our April speaker is Mayra Hernandez with the San Diego County Vector control. Her talk is on Rat control in your home. Mayra was born and raised in San Diego and has a degree from San Diego State in Public health and has been working at the Vector control program for 5 years. She started out as a technician with Vector control where she worked with rat surveillance. Now she is the environmental health specialist with the outreach team. Come and hear her talk on rat control in your home. The program is free and all are welcome to come!

The Alpine Library is located at 1752 Alpine Blvd. Alpine Ca 91901  (619) 445-4221 For more info please contact Hilde Hinchcliff HERE

Alpine Woman’s Club Monthly Luncheon & Meeting- February 20, 2018

Special guest speacker – Mark Larson KFMB Radio personality. The Alpine Woman’s Club Monthly Luncheon & Meeting will be on February 20, 2018 at 11:30 am.  The Alpine Woman’s Club is open to all East County Women. The club is located in the Alpine Town Hall, 2156 Alpine Blvd. After lunch, Mark Larson KFMB Radio personality, will talk about how to stay sane in today’s crazy times.

The club’s Mission is to provide opportunities for women to meet and socialize, to maintain the Historic Alpine Town Hall and to hold fundraiser’s for their scholarship fund. So far, they have given away $126,000 in scholarships to local college bound students. If you are a senior in high school and live in Alpine then you qualify to apply for a scholarship. Deadline is May 31st. Go to their website for further information.

The Woman’s Club also holds special events each year. Attic Treasures Sale Feb. 23rd and 24th from 8am to 3pm, Victorian Tea April 21st (invitation only), CPR Certification Class June 9th 9am -11am and the Christmas Home Tour in December.

If you are interested in learning more about the club then please make a reservation to attend their monthly meeting/luncheon. Contact Karin Smith  or (619) 357-5353. Information about events and programs can also be found on their website at or their Facebook page. The club is located in the Historic Alpine Town Hall, 2156 Alpine Blvd. Alpine Ca 91901.

Alpine Library Calendar of Free Events – February 2018

Alpine Library Calendar of Free Events – February 2018

Library events LogoWe are celebrating Black History Month at the library with a special storytelling event for all ages on February 27 at 6 pm.
Ollis Jon (OJ) Mozon, Jr. loves to tell stories that energize hope, encourage faith, exude love and enlighten minds.  While serving as a Navy chaplain he discovered the joys of storytelling. Over the years he has shared his repertoire of Bible stories, folktales, myths, legends and historical vignettes around the world. Many thanks to the Alpine Library Friends Association for sponsoring this event. And don’t forget to stop by and check out some books by and about our Black writers, artists and heroes!

We’re also starting a new Yu-Gi-Oh! club for teens on Fridays at 3:30–duel with friends, trade cards, learn to believe in the heart of the cards…or just hang out! 

View the Library Calendar Larger here: February 2018 Calendar – Alpine Library


Other special events this month include……

Meet the Author: Benjamin Sanders – Saturday, February 10 at 2 pm
Benjamin Sanders will discuss what it takes to find success and fulfillment, using examples from his Amazon E-book, Become Your Ideal Self, and his new book Deliberate Delusions.

No More Barking! –
Saturday, February 17 at 2 pm
If your pooch is all bark, all the time, fear not: Redemption is at hand. Veteran East County dog behaviorist Nan Arthur will address the reasons dogs bark, and how owners can help their dogs bark less and live more serenely in their homes. 

Acoustic in Alpine Concert: The Full Deck (brought to you by the Alpine Library Friends Association) –
Thursday, February 22 at 6 pm
The Full Deck bring a bluegrass sound that’s a mixture of traditional and modern, with a twist that’s all their own.


Meet the Fire Marshal – Friday, February 23 at 1 pm
Alpine Fire Marshal Jason McBroom will give life-saving tips for making sure you and your family are prepared for fire safety throughout the year.  This month’s topic is Residential Sprinkler Systems.


Finally, don’t forget to visit the ALFA Bookstore, located in the library lobby. They have a ton of wonderful books for extremely low prices, and all the proceeds go to support library programs and enhance our collection. Their hours are: Tuesday 10 AM – 7:30 PM and Wednesday – Saturday 10 AM – 4:30 PM.


If you have any questions, comments or other suggestions, please respond by email or call us at (619) 445-4221, and be sure to “Like” the Alpine Library on Facebook for the latest library news and program photos. We’ll see you soon! The Staff of the Alpine Library. The Alpine Library is located at 1752 Alpine Blvd. Alpine, CA 91901. 



Alpine Garden Club Meeting: Certify YOUR Garden as a Wildlife Habitat – February 8, 2018


Alpine Garden Club will hold our next meeting February 8, 2018 at the Alpine Library at 5:45.

Come hear Carlette Anderson, the Director of the Community Wildlife Habitat Program as she explains why you need to certify your garden. In 1995 the Anderson’s certified their garden with the National Wildlife Federation. In 1999 Alpine was designated as America’s first wildlife habitat and the Anderson’s garden was the first certified garden, and today Alpine has more than 200 certified garden’s.

The program is free and all are welcome to come and hear Carlette speak on certifying your garden.

The Alpine Library is located at 1752 Alpine Blvd. Alpine Ca 91901. For more info please contact Hilde Hinchcliff at or email HERE


Alpine Historical Society Potluck Luncheon & Presentation “Medical Care in Early San Diego” – February 18, 2018

Potluck luncheon & Presentation ” Medical Care in Early San Diego”- Sunday, February 18, 2018 at 1:45pm

Our February 18, 2018, General Membership Meeting will feature a “potluck” luncheon, brief business meeting with election of officers, followed by a fascinating historical presentation on “Early Medical Care in San Diego”. The featured speaker, Catalina Preskill, MD, will delve into the techniques and instruments used in 20th Century San Diego to treat disease and injury. Her lecture will explore the world of early medicine, including some of the first doctors and medical facilities in San Diego. Dr. Preskill’s lecture combines elements of her historical research with personal experience as a pediatrician to present an accurate and entertaining review of early medical practices. She may even throw in some recipes for “Old Time Medicine” to cure what ailes ya’.

Dr. Catalina Preskill retired after a thirty-year career with Kaiser Permanente, and is now a volunteer physician at the St. Vincent de Paul Medical Clinic and the Executive Director of the Gaslamp Museum at the Davis-Horton House in San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter.

Please bring a potluck item to share for the luncheon which begins at 1:00 p.m. or arrive by 1:45 p.m. for the brief general membership meeting followed immediately by Dr. Preskill’s presentation. Admission is free, but your donation helps to defray the cost of programs and helps us preserve historical artifacts and maintain the museum facilities. The Potluck Luncheon and Program will be held at the Alpine Town Hall (Alpine Woman’s Club), located at 2156 Alpine Boulevard. Seating is limited, so please make your reservations early by calling Tom Myers at (619) 885-8063 or send an email request to


Alpine Fire Protection District Board of Directors Meeting – January 16, 2018

Alpine Fire Protection DistNotice of Regular meeting of the Board of Directors of the Alpine Fire Protection District. Tuesday, Alpine Fire Protection District Board of Directors Meeting – January 16, 2018 – 5pm at  Fire Station #17 (Meeting Room) 1364 Tavern Rd., Alpine, CA. 91901.


VIEW AGENDA HERE: ag3_21_2017


Posted By:
Jenn James – Alpine Fire Protection District, Administrative Assistant
1364 Tavern Road, Alpine CA 91901-3831
(619) 445-2635
fax (619) 445-2634

Alpine Soroptimist Install New Members

January 2018 – President Susan Lancaster welcomes Terri Repetto , Kiersten Pinard, and Angela McMahill to the Alpine Chapter, Susan Baker and Chelsea Lindley were unable to attend.

The Alpine chapter of Soroptimist International welcomed five new member to the chapter at the January Meeting. They  include Susan Baker, Chelsea Lindley, Angela McMahill, Kiersten Pinard.  and Terri Repetto. For information on joining this philanthropic women’s organization please contact Dana Paskle at Dana’s Boutique or email President Susan Lancaster at

The chapter announced to upcoming events that raise money to fund the three philanthropic functions: 1) Support for the Mt Empire teen girls through Dream It Be It mentoring program 2) Funding for the Live Your Dream scholarship for working and going to school moms and 3) Informational programs to prevent teen sex trafficking in San Diego county.

The events include GROUNDHOG DAY Bunco February 2 nd at the Alpine Women’s Club. Dinner and drinks at 6 PM. Bunco 7-9 PM all for $20. Raffle prizes and Bunco prizes galore. Space is limited so make your reservations now at The second event to mark on your calendars is the annual retreat to be held Saturday April 28th. This all day event highlights wonderful speakers on all facets of living well and interactive sessions combined with breakfast and lunch with wine and beer tasting. Online ticket sales will begin late March. Watch for the announcements in local Alpine news or on the Soroptimist website at

Alpine Soroptimists meet every First Tuesday of the month at the Alpine Library and Committees meet at the Alpine Inn every Third Tuesday. All at 6 PM . Everyone is welcome to either night.

Submitted By Susan Lancaster


Alpine Kiwanis Annual Youth Olympics: FREE and OPEN TO ALL KIDS! – February 10, 2018

****The Kiwanis Club of Alpine has RESCHEDULED THE YOUTH OLYMPICS EVENT – New date is Saturday, February 10, 2018****

Original Post: Alpine Kiwanis 2018 Youth Olympics on the Turf Field at Alpine Elementary School! February 10, 2018 from 8:30am to 12:30pm. FREE and open to everyone! Medals will be awarded in 4 age categories. Boys and Girls compete separately. Registration begins at 8:30am. Lunch and restrooms will be available. For more information please contact Corinne (619) 445-2625 or EMAIL HERE