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LOST CAT: Male Grey & White Cat Named Simon, Tompau Rd. Alpine 4-27-20

My name is Simon.  I got out of my house Monday April 27, 2020 early in the morning.  I am only a year old and always stay inside. I am super friendly.  I live on Bremen way and Tompau Rd. in Alpine Ca. If you have seen me, please call 

Sheri Burch (619)987-1578  or EMAIL HERE

Thank you

Alpine Urgent Care Offers Covid-19 Testing, Telemedicine, In-Car Evaluations & House Calls

Alpine Urgent Care is open and seeing screened patients in the urgent care as well as telemedicine at home, and in-car evaluations.  We offer COVID-19 testing. We also offer house calls for the elderly or homebound. Primary care appointments are still available via telemedicine. We accept Medicare and most PPO’s.

We are open Monday-Friday from 9am to 5:30pm and Saturdays from 9:30am to 4:30pm. Closed Sundays. Our location is ready to serve you at 1730 Alpine Blvd. #109-B in the Ayres Center

Alpine Urgent Medicine is owned and operated by Dr. Mary Gessner-Peterson and her husband PA Brian Peterson. We are

Please call 619-722-1072 for questions and appointments

An Urgent Message to All Alpine Entrepreneurs

April 13, 2020

Dear Alpine,

If you have ever wanted the opportunity to own your own restaurant, NOW is the time! We all know that things will eventually get back to normal, so now may be the perfect time to invest, instead of hunkering down and waiting to see what happens. Because when there is a crisis, new stars are born!

Here are the details:

The Greek Village Grill had been serving Alpine successfully as a favorite

restaurant for almost 10 years. Late last year my family bought it and remodeled it to like-new condition and with a new name, “The Shawarma Shop”. (Located at 1730 Alpine Blvd., Suite #116 & 117 – in the Ayres Center) We opened only a short time before the Coronavirus craziness hit. With little time to gain traction, as well as having other businesses on our plate, the stress for our family has just become too much.

We have remained open for takeout and delivery to serve the community the best that we can, but now have no choice but to close it, sell it and move on. We are willing to look at all offers with cash and possibly cash and carry. This will be a straight asset sale with assets in place and ready to open back up immediately. We did not renew our lease on March 31 and have gone month to month. The landlord has expressed their willingness to work with a qualified tenant on a new lease.

As many of you know, this is an incredible opportunity because it has

been taking new restaurants over a year to permit, build-out and open from scratch. A year of time and a huge investment is not possible for most entrepreneurs wanting to open a restaurant. With this one, you can negotiate your own new lease, get your health department permits and re-open up as soon as you are ready!

Offers are being accepted between now and April 30, 2020. I urge anyone interested in this opportunity to submit your offer with proof of closing ability ASAP. Please send any questions, correspondence or offers to Ron Brookshire,, or call 619-279-4258. Broker DRE #01050798.

Thank you, Aiman Adam Sendi – Owner, the Shawarma Shop

Alpine Community Church Invites Residents to Place a Flower in Wire & Moss Cross at Steps for Easter

Easter arrives this Sunday!   While we continue to shelter in place, there is a cross made of wire and moss on the steps in front of Alpine Community Church on West Victoria Drive.   Everyone in the community is invited to stop by the church  and place a flower in the cross to celebrate Christ’s resurrection.   You can bring a flower from home or there will be a basket of flowers next to the cross.  Placement of flowers on the cross begins at noon on Saturday and will last through Easter Sunday.  Come when you can.

We can keep a safe distance and still come to celebrate God’s love.   By the end of the day on Easter, the cross will become a colorful celebration of His love.   Happy Easter to all! Alpine Community Church is located at 2225 W Victoria Dr, Alpine, CA 91901 (619) 445-2110

Submitted by Pam Price (Email me here)

A THANK YOU From Seek + Gather in Alpine

April 5, 2020 – SEEK+GATHER would like to thank not only the frontline medical personnel that are working excruciating hours and incredible work loads, but those professionals that are still servicing vital needs to the community.  The postal workers, the electricians, the Police, fire, and restaurant personnel.  SEEK+GATHER  especially would like to thank the employees who are working in the grocery stores that provide us all with nourishment and the ability to feed our families.  .  As we are all in this together, we will defeat this together.  BE SAFE.  Being a non- profit organization for the medical clinics  SEEK+ GATHER, will open as soon as we are told we can, by the CDC.  Thank you all for your understanding and support.

Alpine Community Center is CLOSED: Food Pantry and Senior Lunch Still Available by Appointment

April 7, 2020 –

Below is a current update on the Alpine Community Center.

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic and the implementing of regulations and limitations following Federal, State and Local State of Emergency Declarations, The Alpine Community Center has modified its hours and operating procedures. The front office will remain open to receive phone calls on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s between the hours of 9am and 1pm.

All recreation facilities are closed to both the public and members including: the tennis court, softball field, park, grass area, lunch area, and back parking lot.

The food pantry will remain open with modified hours and by appointment only. Please call if you are in need. We will get back to you by the following Tuesday or Thursday. The Thursday Senior lunch distribution will continue with a modified distribution policy. Senior lunches must be pre-ordered by 1pm on the Tuesday prior to the Thursday distribution.

You can help keep these programs going by donating to the Alpine Community Center. Go to donate.

Shane Greer, Director of Operations – Alpine Community Center



Home Delivered Craft Kits and Pre-Made Easter Baskets By The Crafty Kristen

April 5, 2020

Hi Alpine! I still have Easter craft kits for sale and pre made Easter baskets.  The craft kits are a great way for parents to engage with their kids and take their minds off of the craziness.

If you are interested please just email me at THECRAFTYKRISTEN@GMAIL.COM

The Alpine Library is Closed Until Further Notice Due to Coronavirus

April 1, 2020 – Happy April, everyone!

We know you all must be wondering what’s up at the library—how long will we be closed, where are the staff, what should you do with your books?  So, here’s a quick overview of what’s been going on.

We are closed until further notice, in accordance with the guidelines from County Public Health and the State of California. However, library staff are able to work from home on a variety of projects and professional development! We are keeping things running in the background so that we can be ready to reopen as soon as we are able to. You will find lots of new resources on our website and in our e-library, like classes in business, creative, education and tech skills from and school resources for kids and teens. Also, the County’s Live Well @Home site is full of tips and strategies for keeping healthy in both mind and body while staying at home.

All due dates on library materials have been extended until after we reopen, and we will not be charging any late fees. Please do not try to return any items now—we don’t have anyone to check them in or reshelve them since the library elves are also working from home!

We are also still providing reference service online through our Ask A Librarian page. If you need help researching a topic, or just need a recommendation for a good book to read, get in touch any time.

Of course, you probably have other questions so please feel free to reply to this email and we’ll try to help in any way we can.

For our kids and parents, here is a message from Ms. Heather, our youth librarian:

“Hello to my Alpine families – how are you? I miss seeing you at storytime and STEAM! It may be spring break on the school calendar, but while we’re at home, the Alpine Library offers great opportunities to exercise the skills your children have learned during this school year. Preschoolers through first graders will enjoy animated storytime books on BookFlix, a resource available through the library’s home page, (click on “eLibrary”). Kids can read the text along with the narrator, or simply watch the story unfold. Each picture book is paired with easy-reading nonfiction on a related subject, so children can learn about the world around them.

Kids and teens reading independently can borrow chapter books and teen fiction through Libby and OverDrive, the library’s ebook catalog. There are bestsellers from Jeff Kinney, J.K. Rowling, Raina Telgemeier, and more, as well as picture books that older siblings can read to younger ones. If you’re homeschooling (and who isn’t?), you’ll find solid non-fiction titles and literary classics in the Kids’ Schoolhouse and High School @Home ebook collections. For the easiest reading experience, download the free Libby app to your tablet or smartphone. And stay tuned for more updates from your local library!”

And finally, if you’re just missing the library (we miss you too!), here are some ways you can still feel connected to the library world:

Organizing the Books in Your Home, Part 1: How to Shelve Like a Librarian: Maybe this is finally your chance to get all your bookshelves in Dewey Decimal order!

Virtually Visit World-Class Libraries: Eight of the world’s most beautiful—as well as a few of the most out-there—libraries are a click away for now and a bucket list destination for the future.

The Magic of Libraries: Where Fantasy Meets Reality: Consider the many types of fictional libraries you encounter in literature!

How to Help Librarians and Archivists From Your Living Room: If you’re cooped-up and curious, use your free time to decipher handwriting, tag images, and more.

With all our best wishes for your health and happiness,

The Alpine Library Staff

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The Alpine Kiwanis Club is Accepting Donations to Help Needy Families and Seniors

April 1, 2020

The Alpine Kiwanis Club is accepting donations from the community to be able to give aid in the form of gift certificates for meals at local restaurants for needy families and seniors. If you wish to donate, please send your donations to Alpine Kiwanis Club at P.O. Box 306 Alpine, CA 91903-0306 made payable to Alpine Kiwanis Club.  Please reference donation for needy on your check. Barons has offered to give a $50 Gift Card for food to each case. The more support we receive from the community, the more we will be able to assist those in need.

Also, if you are aware of any needy families or seniors please call Joe Brunold at (619) 322-9631.



Hemp Hand Sanitizer Available at Alpine Ace Hardware

March 27, 2020 – Inventory Update!  Hemp Hand Sanitizer available at Alpine Ace Hardware! We have around 140 bottles. Price is $9.99 each. One per customer please.

Ace Hardware in Alpine is located in the Alpine Creek Town Center at 1347 Tavern Rd. Suite C, Alpine, CA 91901. We are open from 7am to 7pm! Give us a call at (619) 445-8100.