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Barons Market Alpine Weekly Ad Specials: April 17-23, 2019

Barons Market is your neighborhood market. We carry a terrific selection of natural and specialty food at rock bottom prices. We are passionate about value and enthusiastic about passing great deals on to you. No gimmicks.Limited quantity on some items. Not responsible for misprints. Barons Market is located at 1347 Tavern Rd. Alpine, Ca. 91901. (619)445-5600. Open Everyday 8 AM to 9 PM (except holidays) Visit our website at

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LOST BIRD: Grey, White & Yellow Cockatiel, Eltinge Rd. Alpine 4-19-19

4-19-19 LOST BIRD ALPINE CA 91901: Lost Cockatiel! Flew away around 9:30am on Eltinge Dr. (behind shell station.) If seen or found please contact Billy Marsh at 619-796-9543 or EMAIL HERE

25th Annual Alpine Community Church Rummage Sale – May 10 & 11, 2019

Come shop around and find hidden treasures at Alpine Community Church’s 25th Annual RUMMAGE SALE – East County’s Biggest and Best Rummage Sale EVER! Friday, May 10, 2019 & Saturday, May 11, 2019 from 8am to 3pm at Alpine Community Church (2225 W. Victoria Drive) There will be tons of clothing, toys, kitchenware, linens, jewelry, crafts, shoes, furniture, books, videos, CDs, sporting goods, tools, yard equipment, and MORE! All with great low prices! This sale has a reputation for being the cleanest, most organized rummage sale in the county and draws shoppers from the entire San Diego region.

Church members as well as local Alpine residents save their gently used items and donate to the church, which has been collecting items for the last few months. Starting the week of May 6, members volunteer to inspect, sort and clean all items that have been donated.  All electric items are tested to make sure they are in working order.  Alpine Kiwanis Club members come on Thursday morning and install their tents in the parking lot at 2225 W. Victoria, across from the Women’s Club, and church volunteers then move all items out and organize them for the sale that begins at 8am on Friday morning.

Many Alpine residents look forward to this Rummage Sale, because of the bargains that await them.  Organizer Donna Boyer states, “We begin pricing items early in the week.  Prices are set low – the goal is to sell all that we have collected and we set prices so items will sell quickly”.  Trustee Vern Sonksen explains, “The Rummage Sale is our biggest fundraiser of the year.  While the money helps the church budget, we also hope that it will benefit the Alpine community.”

Members of the church are also available to pick up any items that people in the community would like to donate.  The church does not accept used computer equipment, old console televisions, nor do they accept used recliners.  According to Sonksen, “these items don’t sell and are very difficult for us to move around on sale days.”

Donations are welcome! For more information call 619-445-2110 or visit our website at  For pickups, call Tom at 619-885-8063.

DONATIONS WANTED for the Alpine Community Church Rummage Sale in May 2019

The Alpine Community Church is accepting donations for the annual Rummage Sale. From April 17, 2019 through Wednesday, May 8. Donations such as clothing, working electronics, working appliances, furniture, jewelry, gardening tools, holiday decorations, linens, kitchen utensils, toys and baby furniture, paintings, books and pet items will be accepted.  Monetary donations are also welcome. Please contact the church office at (619) 445-2110 between 9:00 a.m. – noon to setup an appointment for you to drop off your donations from April 17 – May 8. If you can not drop off your donated rummage sale items, call the church office to schedule pick up. The Rummage Sale will be Friday, May 10 and Saturday May 11 from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Got questions? Contact Barbara Nelson at 619-301-8561 or EMAIL HERE. The Alpine Community Church is located at 2225 W. Victoria Dr. Alpine, CA 91901 (619) 445-2110. Visit our website at

Volunteers Welcome! “Creek to Bay” Community Cleanup in Alpine – April 27, 2019

Join Back Country Land Trust to help clean up our beautiful town of Alpine! Join us Saturday, April 27, 2019 from 9am-12pm. Meet at Alpine Regional Center – 1620 Alpine Blvd. Registration is open for this annual event. RSVP HERE, and help keep our watershed clean and trash free! All ages and abilities are welcome.

Please contact us by phone or email with questions or to RSVP for any of these events. All volunteer hours may be certified for community service and student school requirements.

Contact Jon Green at Back Country Land Trust (BCLT) at 619.504.8181 or email 

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Household Hazardous, Electronic and Universal Waste Collection Event in Alpine – April 27, 2019


PUT TOXIC WASTE IN ITS PLACE -It is illegal to throw away or abandon household hazardous waste!

Join us for a Household Hazardous, Electronic and Universal Waste Collection Event in Alpine on April 27, 2019 at Joan MacQueen Middle School –(bus lot) 2001 Tavern Rd from 9am – 2pm.

HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE is unused or leftover portions of products containing toxic chemicals used to maintain your residence. Products labeled Caution, Warning, Danger, Poison, Toxic, Flammable or Corrosive are considered hazardous. TRANSPORTATION REQUIREMENTS OF HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE: Leave products in the existing container, if possible. Make sure lids are on tight so containers will not leak. Transport containers in the trunk or in the back of the vehicle away from passengers and pets. Do not transport over 15 gallons or 125 pounds at one time. Containers used for transport must be no larger than a 5-gallon bucket. Please tape household battery terminals. PLEASE NOTE: Five (5) televisions or computer monitors (CRT) per car will be accepted, in addition to household hazardous, electronic and universal waste. WE CAN NOT ACCEPT: Business waste, medication, tires, ammunition, explosive and radioactive materials, air conditioners or large appliances. Home generated “sharps” including syringes and lancets will be collected during this event. Please transport in closed rigid containers. Medication will be collected at the Alpine Sheriff’s Station.

• GASOLINE (w/container)
EMPTY CONTAINERS: Empty containers
can go into the trash or be recycled.



This community service is sponsored by the County of San Diego Department of Environmental Health and funded by a grant from CalRecycle

International MARTIAL ARTS Training Center in Alpine OPEN HOUSE – April 20 & 27, 2019

You are invited to an International MARTIAL ARTS Training Center OPEN HOUSE at the Whispering Sage Ranch in Alpine on April 20 & 27, 2019 from 9am to 10am. Our school is unique because we train INSIDE and OUTSIDE surrounded by natural beauty. Grand Master John Oliver is a Taisho 10th Degree, Black Belt with 62 years experience in Martial Arts. Master Lucy Oliver is a 5th Degree Black Belt with 37 years experience in Martial Arts. Come see what we are all about at our Open House! We are located at 23864 Japatul Valley Re. Alpine, Ca. 91901 *Mention this article for ONE FREE KARATE LESSON! For more info visit our Facebook page or please call 619-485-2887 or email us at


Alpine Resident Jim Tewksbury’s Property Featured in San Diego Home & Garden Magazine – March 2019

*Shared from San Diego Home & Garden Magazine

A Garden’s Motif Motive

From Balboa Park to the Wild West, one gardener treasures themes in a motif landscape

Almost every day, from dawn until what Jim Tewksbury calls “beer-thirty,” he works around his Alpine garden. Now and then, when curious passersby stop to admire the front yard’s majestic Engelmann oak or its two antique farm wagons, he’ll pause to invite them on a “nickel tour” of the grounds.

“First we walk through ‘Balboa Park,’” Jim says, pointing to the Koi pond and manicured lawn shaded by towering trees and rimmed with boulder-studded slopes, dry streambeds and tumbling waterfalls. “Then,” he says with a smile, “we go to ‘Old Town.’”

Gasps generally greet this turn into the backyard where what could be a John Wayne movie set comes into view. A rustic Western town—from jail to general store, gussied up with weathered wood and Old West memorabilia—frames an edibles garden where an antique windmill whirs in the breeze.

“Most people like to carry a single theme through their landscape,” the retired civil servant says. “I like more. It’s like having many yards in one.” And his sprawling landscape definitely has split personalities. 

Last July Jim welcomed an unlikely group of garden visitors—sheriffs and firefighters battling the West Fire raging just two blocks away. “One day 15 were in the backyard eating lunch, enjoying the shade,” he says. “They did a phenomenal job keeping Alpine from burning to the ground.”

The property’s inspired makeover got underway three years ago after Jim and his wife Marlene, a business manager, purchased a 1970s-era ranch home angled to overlook an acre dotted with two dozen mature trees. The couple relishes back-country living; but after 12 years, Santa Ana winds that lashed their mountain-top Descanso home finally drove them to move a bit westward. “We like Alpine’s small-town atmosphere, the peace and quiet,” Jim says of their new community at the edge of the Cuyamaca Mountains.

Previous owners dug a well and added the home’s rear flagstone patios and pond, but the lawn was riddled with crabgrass and circled with bare or overgrown slopes. Closer to the home thousands of bulbs crowded beds, leaving behind mounds of brown foliage after their short-lived flowers faded—a look Jim disliked. In the backyard a few fruit trees struggled and a lone storage shed stood on bare dirt…. see more photos and finish reading article here

Easter Worship Experiences at Bethel Christian Assembly in Alpine – April 19-21, 2019

Easter Worship Experiences at Bethel Christian Assembly: (1929 Arnold Way, Alpine, CA 91901) We invite you and your family to join us for a very special Easter weekend celebration. There is something for everyone! Come as you are, everyone is welcome. We would love for you to become part of our church family.

  • Friday April 19, 2019 at 5:30pm
  • Saturday April 20, 2019 at 5:30pm
  • Sunday April 21s, 2019 at 9am and 10:30am


For more info please call (619) 445-5508. All information can also be found at


GIGANTIC Easter Egg Hunt & Carnival at Joan MacQueen Middle School in Alpine – April 20, 2019

OPEN TO ALL! Easter Egg Hunt at Joan MacQueen Middle School (2001 Tavern Rd, Alpine, CA 91901) on April 20, 2019 from 8:30am to 12pm! Hosted by Bethel Christian Assembly. This is the largest Easter activity in East County with over 25,000 stuffed eggs! The Fun Includes: Pancake Breakfast, free food, Egg Hunts, Carnival Games, Face Painting, Crazy Hair, Glitter Tattoos, Prizes and Bike Giveaways, Inflatables, Petting Zoo, Pony Rides, and Easter Bunny Pictures.

Easter Worship Experiences at Bethel Christian Assembly: (1929 Arnold Way, Alpine, CA 91901) We invite you and your family to join us for a very special Easter weekend celebration. There is something for everyone! Come as you are, everyone is welcome. We would love for you to become part of our church family.

  • Friday April 19th at 5:30pm
  • Saturday April 20th at 5:30pm
  • Sunday April 21st at 9am and 10:30am


All information can also be found at