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FIRE ALERT: Fire on 8 East & Tavern 7-20-17

Photo Credit: Alpine Resident Alyssa Gusich

UPDATE: 8:43pm –  Cal Fire is reporting that the Forward rate of spread has been STOPPED

7-20-17 8:30pm Alpine Ca 91901: BRUSH FIRE ALERT***** EB* and Tavern Rd, Alpine Fire on Scene of a 1 Acre Brush fire Running Up Bank. CHP is reporting a GIANT TREE IN FLAMES… No lane closures at this time. Fire is visible from freeway. Possibly started from some sort of spill from a car on freeway..

 

8:523pm: A resident is reporting that it is right next to the bridge on west victoria Dr.

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Goodbye to Cancer! Bring Your Donations to Dana’s Boutique!

Good-Bye Cancer! Hats, Scarves, Necklaces & Earrings Ongoing Collection Drive

This is an ongoing campaign for men, women and children! As a recent breast cancer survivor, I strive to make the journey easier for others. You are invited to join me in collecting clean/new HATS, SCARVES, NECKLACES, and NEW EARRINGS. At a time when patients feel unhealthy and unattractive, these things can give a much needed boost in appearance and attitude, not to mention warmth on a now hairless head. I want items to pay-it-forward and put smiles on the faces of patients who are undergoing chemo and radiation treatments at Grossmont Hospital. You can bring your donations to Dana’s Boutique in Alpine, located at 2271 Alpine Blvd., #E  Alpine Ca 91901. (619) 722-6785.  For more info contact Terri Repetto at 619-348-5122 / 484-225-7344 (text) or email terrilovessdhomes@gmail.com

$1 Gymnastic Class Day at Gymtrix in Alpine – July 24, 2017

$1 Gymnastics Class Day at Gymtrix! July 24, 2017 from 4:30pm to 5:30pm. Come do a gymnastics class for only $1.00! All levels welcome. Please call and leave a message to reserve your spot. Gymtrix is located at 2358 Tavern Rd #7, Alpine, Ca 91901. For more info please call 619-659-8772 or email Kristi Gorney at gymcoach16@yahoo.com

 

Alpine Fire Protection District Board of Directors Meeting – July 18, 2017

Alpine Fire Protection DistRegular meeting of the Board of Directors of the Alpine Fire Protection District. Tuesday, July 18, 2017 – 5pm at  Fire Station #17 (Meeting Room) 1364 Tavern Rd., Alpine, CA. 91901.

 

VIEW AGENDA HERE: ag07182017

 

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

www.alpinefire.org

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FOUND DOG: Female White Long Haired Terrier Mix, Albertsons Parking Lot Alpine 7-17-17

7-17-17 Found Dog Alpine Ca 91901: (POST FROM OUR FACEBOOK PAGE) Is anyone missing this dog?? She is a Female white / Cream color with long hair. Possibly a Terrier Mix. I Ran into someone at Albertsons asking if she belongs to anyone, she was just hanging out around the front of the store. She has a diaper on and no collar we were going to check here before calling animal control!! Please share! (FYI This was posted on our Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10213964771579791&set=p.10213964771579791&type=3&theater

the person who found her did not leave a number) Please check with the Southern Region Animal Shelter in Bonita if you know who this dog belongs to.

South Shelter
5821 Sweetwater Road, Bonita, CA 91902
619-767-2675

 

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(REUNITED) LOST DOG: Male Beagle “Buford”, Tavern Rd. Alpine 7-15-17

UPDATE: 7-17-17 BUFORD HAS BEEN FOUND!

LOST DOG ALPINE CA 91901 – July 15, 2017  Buford” A Male Beagle went missing at 5:30 PM on Saturday from Tavern Rd. in Alpine Ca. he is chipped but does not have a collar on at this time. Please call Taylor at 619-760-6226 or 619-820-5336 if found!

 

 

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URGENT! 2 Families Needed to Host Belgian Exchange Students in August 2017

HELP! We need a family or two to host Belgian students in August! I just had a couple of committed families fall out!

The details are they arrive the night of August 2, they go to LA the 9-11  and to Las Vegas/Grand Canyon the 14-18. The program keeps them busy M-F 8:30-5:30 and they spend evenings and weekends with the host family. They depart early on the 25th. There is a small stipend paid to help cover expenses of hosting. The students are male and female 16-19 years old.

If you are interested please call Jaime Petruccelli at 619-339-4635 or email jaimepetruccelli@gmail.com

FIRE ALERT! Fire off the I-8 Freeway Between Lake Jennings and Dunbar Rd. 7-11-17

7-11-17

5:19 UPDATE FROM ALPINE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT:

Evacuation warning issued for all of Peutz Valley and lower part of Deer Creek Estates.  This is a WARNING ONLY just be prepared in case an evacuation is called.

Will know in 2 – 3 hrs. if the fire turns.
The next couple of hours are the most critical.

It has crested the top of the hill above the Deer Creek Estates but hoping it will be stopped at Bullard Lane and Montana Serena.

Evacuation sites: 

Granite Hills High School 1719 E. Madison Avenue, El Cajon;

Joan McQueen Middle School 2001 Tavern Road Alpine

 

Cal Fire Update 4:29 p.m.

Fire at 400 acres and 0% contained

 

Cal Fire Update 5:01 p.m.

Forward rate of fire has been stopped and is now 400 acres. 

Road closure has been lifted for westbound I-8 freeway and eastbound

 

4:11 UPDATE – EVACUATION ADVISORY has been given for the areas of PEUTZ VALLEY, HUNTER PASS and Portions of harbison Canyon. Evacuation shelter is at shelter at Joan MacQueen Middle School, located at 2001 Tavern Road in Alpine or granite Hills High School

UPDATE: 4:05pm – the fire is currently burning SOUTH towards CREST and harbison canyon. IPN is reporting NO CONTAINMENT. THE fire is 300 acres with the potential for 2,500

UPDATE: 2:53pm Mandatory evacuations for the areas of Viewside Ln., Alpine Blvd in El Cajon are in effect. Viewside Ln. runs parallel on the south side of I-8 before Dunbar Lane.  (MAP IT HERE)  2:42pm Fire has grown to 300 acres. The fire is running South and has a potential for 2500 acres. Those evacuated can seek shelter at Joan MacQueen Middle School, located at 2001 Tavern Road in Alpine.

2:31pm All lanes closed in both directions, I-8 eastbound at Tavern, I-8 Westbound at Dunbar. You can get current updates on what they are calling the #Jenningsfire from Cal Fire’s website here: http://www.fire.ca.gov/current_incidents/incidentdetails/Index/1654

 

Lat/Lon: 32.845409 -116.877244 http://www.google.com/maps/place/32.845409%20-116.877244
UPDATE 3PM : Viewside lane at Dunbar is being evacuated.

 

The fire is in between Lake Jennings Road and Dunbar and it’s appears to be climbing the hill to the South. They are dumping water on it and have closed the freeway it appears I got some good footage from old Hwy 80 as I was coming home from the airport. Alpine doesn’t appear to be in danger at the moment but we’re going to watch this carefully.

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LOST DOG: Male Brown & Black Dog, Dehesa Area Alpine El Cajon 7-10-17

Lost dog Alpine / Dehesa / El cajon 7-10-17: Missing from the Dehesa area. Male Brown dog. he is very friendly. Has New York License Tags on. If seen Please call Jason Pinto at 619-820-5130

 

Reverend Gay Beauregard’s 15 year of Ministerial Leadership Celebration – July 15, 2017

ALL ARE INVITED!! Reverend Gay Beauregard is celebrating her 15th year of Ministerial Leadership. Come celebrate with us on Saturday, July 15, 2017 from 2 – 5 p.m. at the Alpine Women’s Club (2156 Alpine Blvd., Alpine CA 91901)

Fifteen years ago, in July 2002, Gay stepped up to take on the role of Senior Minister at Alpine Church of Spiritual Living. The church was originally founded as “Country Unity”, by her former mother-in law, Pauline Beauregard. However, after 4 changes in ministerial leadership, in a 10 year period, things weren’t going well. As Gay explains “a decision had been made to move the church down the hill, and I didn’t want to see that happen”. Although she had just graduated from ministerial school, she was determined to see the church spiritual needs of people living in our alpine community.  Not long after in October 2003, Alpine was struck by the “Cedar Fires”, and Reverend Gay began sending out messages of encouragement and support. Today these messages are published on the Alpine Community Network, and are widely known as the “Thought for the Week”. They are said to be driving force behind the Sunday services she leads at Alpine Church of Spiritual Living.

In celebration of Gays 15 years of inspirational leadership, a champagne reception is being held for her on Saturday, July 15th at the Alpine Women’s Club from 2 to 5 p.m. All are welcome to attend. For more information go to www.alpinechurchofspiritualliving.org . Please call 619 445-6459 to RSVP.