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Back in Time Vintage Emporium is Closing it’s Doors – Get 50% OFF EVERYTHING Till August 18, 2019

Hi Friends, It’s been great!  Thank you for shopping at Back in Time Vintage Emporium the last four years.  We appreciate your patronage.  We’ve met a lot of great people and made many friends.  Now we have to empty our shop and close our doors.  From August 1, 2019 till we close on August 18, 2019, EVERYTHING IN THE SHOP IS 50% OFF!!!  Drop in and say good bye and pick up some great bargains.  See you soon, Bruce and Marion.

We are located at 2253 Alpine Blvd, Alpine, CA 91901. Got questions? Give us a call at (619) 722-4228 and ask for Bruce or Marion! Or email us at contact@backintimevintageemporium.com

www.backintimevintageemporium.com

Affordable Adult Enrichment Classes in Alpine Offered By Grossmont Beginning August 19, 2019

Grossmont Adult Education is excited to partner with the Alpine School District to offer affordable adult enrichment classes at Alpine Elementary School starting August 19. Though we are starting with a limited number of classes, we will be adding more in the weeks and months to come. Right now we are offering Line Dancing, Yoga & Aerobics Classes. We invite the Alpine adult community to visit our website at adultschool.guhsd.net and select the Alpine link in the Announcement section of our home page. Check back regularly to check for newly added classes. For more info please contact Jeff Wood at 619-588-3515 or email jwood@guhsd.net

FIRST EVER Historical Trolley Tour of Alpine! Reserve Your Spot TODAY!- September 29, 2019

Take a Trolley Tour of Historic Alpine! Mark your calendars and plan to join the Alpine Historical Society for our FIRST EVER, docent narrated, trolley tour of historic Alpine and Viejas valley on Sunday, September 29, 2019! Tours will be at 1pm and 3:30 pm — Reservations Required. The narrated tour will take you to more than two dozen sites in Alpine and Viejas Valley where historians will discuss the first people, the Spanish era, early settlers, and the growth and development of our town. The tours start at the John DeWitt Museum. Please arrive 15 minutes early to register and board the trolley. The tour ends at the John DeWitt Museum where it began. Each tour will take about 1-1/2 hours. The museum is located at 2116 Tavern Road in Alpine. Cost: $35.00 per person Reservations (prepaid) are required for these tours. Please call Lisa (951) 704-8854 or EMAIL HERE to make your reservations.

 

Celebration of Life for Ethan Jerad Hollander at the Alpine Community Center – August 3, 2019

Ethan Jerad Hollander was born on March 6th 1992 on a rainy day at Grossmont Hospital. He left us on a clear blue sunny day June 1st 2019. In those brief years he accomplished much as a child, teenager and young adult. He enjoyed Cars, Trucks, Motorcycles, Bicycles (Mountain, BMX and Skatepark) Skateboards, Scooters pretty much anything with wheels!

Ethan was a very talented person with a hard head and intense drive. He knew what he wanted to accomplish in life and was pushing hard to fulfill his dreams.

His personality was goofy, and outgoing in his personal life, and professional in his business life. He touched so many people that it floored me with the outpouring of support and emotional thoughts people had stated.

Our family would love for Ethan’s extended family and friends (who he treated as family) to join us for a Celebration of his life on August 3, 2019 from 11:00am until 3:00pm at Alpine Community Center located at 1830 Alpine Blvd, Alpine, CA 91901. There will be light foods (Ethan’s favorites Mexican, Italian) and drinks at the event. This is a public event for those who knew Ethan. If possible, we ask that you RSVP through the Facebook Event page HERE so we can get an accurate count for food & drinks.

Please join us as we remember the times, good and bad, funny and sad but all the memories that he gave us and he helped create!

Respectfully the Hollander Family. If you have questions please email Zack Hollander HERE

 

SHAOLIN TEMPLE Opens in Alpine Offering Traditional Kung Fu, Qi Gong, Meditation, Chinese Tea Ceremony & Yoga – July 2019

Shaolin Temple San Diego is one of the authentic Shaolin Kung Fu branch and the only one in San Diego that is originally from Shaolin Temple in China. 34th Generation Shaolin Warrior Monk Shifu Yan Tuo’s new Alpine Temple offers traditional Kung Fu, Qi Gong, Meditation, Chinese Tea ceremony, Yoga, and Chinese culture. Our goal is to bring the peace, harmony and happiness to everyone’s life and the community! We offer classes from age 6 years and up to seniors. Our new school in Alpine opens on July 6, 2019. We are located at 2806 Alpine Blvd., Suite C., Alpine, Ca 91901. Mention this post for 1 FREE CLASS! For more info please call Shifu YanTuo at 619-467-6308 or email shaolintemplesd@yahoo.com

Visit our website at http://www.shaolintemplesd.com/

 

$146,000 Awarded to Various SD County Fire Agencies Including the Alpine Fire Protection District

 

SAN DIEGO, July 24, 2019 – Today, the San Diego Regional Fire Foundation (Fire Foundation) announced $51,000 in additional 2019 grants to local fire agencies to further improve the system of fire and emergency services in San Diego County.  The Fire Foundation is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year and has donated $5.6 million during those years to make our citizens safer, including $146,000 to date in 2019.

“These grants enable fire departments to obtain needed fire, medical/rescue and communications equipment and training so our firefighters can deliver the highest level of service to all our communities,” said Fire Foundation Chairman Frank Ault.

Today’s grants fund the following equipment and training:

  • Alpine Fire Protection District: Radios and rescue air bags
  • Borrego Springs Fire Protection District: Rope Rescue Equipment
  • North County Fire Protection District: Firefighter Protective Clothing & Training
  • Ramona Fire Department: Physical Training Workout Equipment

$95,000 in grants awarded earlier this year supported the entire region, including mobile data computers for 33 fire engines in rural San Diego County and detailed map books to reduce response times and assist with evacuations.  Joan Jones, Fire Foundation’s Executive Director said, “We want to make San Diego County the safest county in the nation from major disasters; and avoid the wildfires San Diego experienced in 2003 and 2007, and those experienced elsewhere in California the last two years.   This requires a comprehensive regional approach to prevention and suppression”.

The Fire Foundation is proud of having provided over $157,000 to the Alpine Fire Protection District, since our inception, to help make the citizens of Alpine and surrounding communities safer from fires and medical emergencies. “The Alpine community has experienced a number of significant wildfires over the years due to the local terrain and vegetation.  It is critical for our department and those in our region to have excellent communications when working together to fight these fires.  The radios provided by the San Diego Regional Fire Foundation grant will significantly help this communication”, said Bill Paskle, Alpine Fire Protection District Chief.

Contributions from San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E), the San Diego Foundation, Grossmont Healthcare District, and many individuals have made these 2019 grants possible.

The San Diego Regional Fire Foundation, a 501c3 non-profit, was formed in 1989 with a mission to improve the system of fire and emergency services in San Diego County by providing financial support for first-responder equipment and training, by increasing public awareness, and by facilitating cooperation between cities, fire departments, county agencies, corporations, and other foundations.

 

Submitted By:

Joan Jones – Executive Director  619-814-1352

joanj@sdfoundation.org

www.sdfirefoundation.org

Twitter: @sdfirefdn

Have Your Child’s Next Birthday Party at Gymtrix! Kids LOVE Them!

July 2019 – Have Your Child’s Next Birthday Party at Gymtrix! Kids LOVE Them! Package A: $200 Includes party, set up and clean up.  Package B: $300 includes party, set up, clean up, paper products, cupcakes and party bags. Sleepover Package: $400 Includes sleepover, pizza and donuts! 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

Gymtrix FALL REGISTRATION NIGHT – August 17, 2019

Save the date for Gymtrix Fall Registration Night! Saturday, August 17, 2019 from 6pm to 8pm! Join us for specials, Open Gym and t-shirts! We offer a variety of youth fun including recreational gymnastics, competitive team gymnastics, boys gymnastics, cheer teams, birthday parties, special events & more! 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

LOST CAT: Grey Dilute Tortie Male, Tavern Rd & Arnold Way Alpine 7-19-19

LOCATION_DESCRIPTION (Alpine Ca 91901): Lost 11 yrd old dilute tortie (grey). Last seen near the Tavern Rd. and Arnold Way intersection.

 

NAME: Eric

EMAIL: ericghunt@gmail.com

TELEPHONE: 6195699138

TYPE: Lost

DATE_STAMP: 7/19/2019

TIME_STAMP: 10 pm

Congressional Candidate Ammar Campa-Najjar Town Hall Meet & Greet in Alpine – August 18, 2019

Congressional candidate Ammar Campa-Najjar will be at a Town Hall Meet and Greet open to the public at the Alpine Community Center on August 18, 2019 from 1 to 4 p.m. Food and beverages will be served. The event is hosted by Alpine resident Anne Craig-Tillmond. Mr. Campa-Najjar is facing off in the 2020 elections against incumbent Congressman Hunter, Jr. The Town Hall format offers an opportunity for constituents to ask questions about issues that matter most to them.  Residents who RSVP online have the option to ask two questions in advance from a list of topics.  These questions will be printed and collated by topic on the day of the Town Hall. One question from each topic will be randomly selected and Mr. Campa-Najjar will answer them.  Thereafter, the mic will open up for everyone to ask additional questions or give comments and all in attendance are encouraged to come prepared. Mr. Campa-Najjar will not have advance knowledge of the questions in order to make it as realistic & fair as possible. To RSVP for this event please click HERE

Got questions? Please contact Anne Craig-Tillmond at 818-439-0250 or EMAIL HERE

www.campacampaign.com

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