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ALL ARE INVITED to the Alpine Elementary School “FINAL ALOHA” Hawaiian Luau Celebration – June 11, 2019

Alpine Elementary School invites you to a “Final Aloha” Hawaiian Luau Celebration on Tuesday June 11, 2019 at 11:30am. This is truly the end of an era. The Roadrunners have called Alpine Elementary School home for 65 years! Come be a part of an ALL-COMMUNITY EVENT! Walk through our school’s history in photos, watch our final classes perform a decades dance and help us honor our final retirees. Lunch will be free for students and staff, $7 plate donation for others. (first come first serve basis) We will also have activities, snow cones, cotton candy, popcorn and jumpies! Alpine Elementary School is located at 1850 Alpine Blvd., Alpine Ca 91901. For more info please contact Connie at (619) 445-2625 or EMAIL HERE

Alpine Education Foundation (AEF) ReadyBreak Summer Camps in Alpine – Beginning June 17, 2019

There is still room in our summer camps for the first two weeks of summer! Your Kids are not going to want to miss out on these action packed camps! Register today to make sure you have a spot in any of our camps starting soon. aef4kids.org/programs/camps

𝗖𝗵𝗼𝗼𝘀𝗲 𝗳𝗿𝗼𝗺 𝘁𝗵𝗲 𝗙𝗼𝗹𝗹𝗼𝘄𝗶𝗻𝗴: 𝗝𝘂𝗻𝗲 𝟭𝟳𝘁𝗵-𝟮𝟭𝘀𝘁
Keyboarding and Music (1st-3rd grade)
CoEd Sports (1st-5th grade)
Sunrise Camp (PreK-5th Grade)
Week 1 Art and Science (3rd-8th)
Week 1 CoEd Sports (Middle School)

𝗖𝗵𝗼𝗼𝘀𝗲 𝗳𝗿𝗼𝗺 𝘁𝗵𝗲 𝗙𝗼𝗹𝗹𝗼𝘄𝗶𝗻𝗴: 𝗝𝘂𝗻𝗲 𝟮𝟰𝘁𝗵-𝟮𝟲𝘁𝗵
Cooking and Nutrition (Middle School)
Art Camp (3rd-7th grade)
Week 2 Art and Science (3rd-8th grade)
Week 2 CoEd Sports (Middle School
Sunrise Camp (Pre-K-5th Grade)

We have many other camps offered throughout the summer so be sure to check them out at our website aef4kids.org/programs/camps!

 

Youth Sports Speed & Agility Classes at Gymtrix – June 12 thru August 28, 2019

Speed & Agility Classes at Gymtrix begin EVERY WEDNESDAY June 12 – August 28, 2019 from 4-5pm. Only $10 per class! The main objective of Speed & Agility training is to help every athlete perform at their maximum potential. Training sessions will focus on speed (development and technique), acceleration (resistance and assisted running drills), agility (lateral quickness and mobility), upper & lower body strength (plyometric & core strength exercise), endurance, balance and stamina. Gymtrix is located at 2358 Tavern Rd. (Next to Boulder Oaks Elementary School) For more info call 619-659-8772 or email Karen Smith at gymtrix@att.net. Visit our website at www.gymtrixinc.com

Screen Your Teen – FREE HEART SCREENING FOR YOUTH in Alpine – June 30, 2019

The EPSaveALife Foundation is offering a FREE, all-community youth heart screening in Alpine at the Southern Indian Health Council building on Sunday, June 30, 2019 from 9am to 1pm.  It is our heart’s desire to screen all community youth ages 12-25 and we sure appreciate your help to inform Alpine and surrounding areas. The screening will be at the Southern Indian Health Council, Administration Building 2nd Floor located at 4058 Willows Road, Alpine, Ca. 91901. Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) is a leading cause of death in youth under 25 and the #1 killer of student-athletes, but heart screenings are not part of regular youth exams; We lose at least 12 youth each year in San Diego alone. The Eric Paredes Save A Life Foundation has provided over 30,000 free heart screenings for youth age 12 to 25, finding 1 in 300 at risk from an undetected abnormality or risk factor. This syndrome can happen without symptoms or warning signs. You may register at epsavealife.org/register (Walk-ins welcome!) For more info please contact Joanie Moes, Program Manager at 619-318-0006 or email Joanie@epsavealife.org

RUMMAGE SALE Benefiting TB11 (Trevor Barnes – Suicide Awareness) DONATIONS NEEDED – June 22, 2019

GOT JUNK? We WANT IT! We are having a Rummage Sale Benefiting TB11 (Suicide Awareness) on Saturday June 22, 2019 from 7am to 12noon at 1447 Sunhaven Dr., Alpine Ca 91091. CLEAN OUT YOUR CLOSETS and drop off your donations between May 31-June 20, 2019 at 1447 Sunhaven Dr. (if possible call or text Mona Barnes at 619-997-1131 prior to dropping off)

TB11 believes that awareness and education are the first steps to prevention of suicide. It is our hope by giving back to our community and sharing our love and memories of Trevor Barnes – a charismatic, athletic, funny and very much loved son and friend, we will be able to help other to reach out for help. Got questions? Please contact Shellie Donofrio at 619-729-2668 or Mona Barnes at 619-997-1131

Board Approves Plan to Boost Wildfire Resilience – June 4, 2019

The County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to implement a pre-fire strategy in its highest-risk areas to reduce wildfire loss.

The Board unanimously approved the plan presented by public safety staff with one modification: to develop a grant program to help residents in the high fire risk communities pay for fire-resistant building improvements to their homes. San Diego County CAL FIRE Division Chief and Fire Authority Chief Tony Mecham told the Board the plan consists of four steps:

  1. Fire Authority will ramp up community education so that more homeowners understand how wildland fires start and behave and how to prevent them. This will be accomplished with community courses and workshops coordinated with Fire Safe Councils and Community Emergency Response Teams, also known as CERT.
  2. Fire personnel will double annual inspections on homes in fire-prone areas and recommend improvements to reduce the fire risk on their homes. Mecham told the board there are 102,000 structures in the unincorporated areas of the County and that County Fire plans to increase annual inspection of homes to 20,000 a year.

Mecham added that while San Diego County’s new construction building and fire codes are already progressive, Fire Authority staff plans to include more ember-resistant vents and eaves, landscaping guidelines and other ways to make exteriors more fire resistant. Fire Authority is also launching a new pilot program to provide ember-resistant vents to homeowners. A Knox Box grant program will also allow County Fire to purchase and install locked boxes with a copy of the house key, allowing them to gain access to homes of at-risk residents without having to resort to breaking doors.

3. Firefighters will do more to safeguard communities by reducing fire fuels such as grasses and brush. The goal is to treat 5,000 acres a year using prescribed burns, chipping and fire crews cutting back brush by hand.

4. Firefighters will help clear overhanging trees and brush over roadways that are primary and alternative evacuation corridors. The initial goal is to treat 40 additional miles of County roads and maintain 40 miles of fire roads and truck trails a year.

Mecham told the Board that County Fire will be focusing its risk reduction efforts on four communities a year. This year they will focus on the communities of Guatay and Crest, followed by Palomar Mountain and Jamul’s Lawson Valley.

To implement the plan, the County requested funding for five additional staff positions and additional contracted services through CAL FIRE to provide fire code enforcement, vegetation management, geographic information systems mapping, defensible space inspections and other support.

5-7 Host Families STILL NEEDED for Visiting Belgian Students Aged 16-20

Belgian Students at San Diego Zoo – May 27, 2019

Students are here for 3 weeks  (one group in July and one in August) and have a program they go to all day M-F and spend time with their host families on evenings and weekends. They are wonderful kids and it is a great experience! Retirees, young families, empty nesters, ANYONE with a heart for hosting is a possibility. We can work with most schedules!

Please consider being an ambassador with me this summer! If you are at all interested in learning more about hosting please contact Jaime by call/ext at 619-339-4635 or email jaimepetruccelli@gmail.com

 

 

DC Kids Fundraiser Community Rummage Fair (SPACES AVAILABLE) – June 22, 2019

The DC Kids 2020 presents A Community Rummage Fair on Saturday, June 22, 2019 from 7am to 2pm at Alpine Elementary School (1850 Alpine Blvd., Alpine Ca 91901) Vendor & Rummage selling spaces are available for $25. Small businesses welcome! You must register by JUNE 12 by emailing dckids2020@gmail.com

DC Kids 2020 Fundraising Coordinator Team: Jennifer Johnsgard, Jen Cochran & Shannon Thornton

Are You Interested in a Pilates / Barre / Yoga Studio in Alpine? TAKE THIS SURVEY & Share YOUR Thoughts!

Are you interested in a Pilates / Barre / Yoga Studio in Alpine? Share your thoughts! Help Craft a PIlates, Barre & Yoga Studio in Alpine! Let is know what you think! Take the survey HERE

Go questions? call Cindy at 619.820.2871 or Email Cindy

Alpine Jazzercise HAS MOVED! Check Out Our New Location & “Beat the Heat” Classes Starting June 2019

June 2019  – Come join us at our new location at the Alpine Community Church in the “Fuller Hall”, located at 2225 West Victoria Dr. Alpine Ca. 91901.

We are also starting some NEW early morning class times for the women in Alpine called “BEAT THE HEAT CLASSES”! Get in early and get your full body workout done and out the door you go off to enjoy your Summer Days 🙂 These new classes will be starting the week of June 10th. Please see the class schedule below. For more info please contact Karen Walters – Alpine Jazzercise at 619-922-9313 or email jazzercisealpine@gmail.com

Membership Options – $65 per month for 12 months and $50 joining fee / $85 month to month and $50 joining fee
Walk-Ins – $20 single visit