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Full and Part-Time Hiring Event at Viejas Casino & Resort – April 25, 2019

Join our team! We have multiple full and part-time positions available! Come to our hiring event at Viejas Casino & Resort on Thursday April 25, 2019 from 1pm to 4pm at the Grossmont College Craeer Center, Building 60, Room 140 (8800 Grossmont Center Dr., El Cajon Ca.) Start the application process at viejas.com/careers. Walk-ins welcome!  We offer excellent employment benefits! Drug test and criminal background check required for all employees. Must be 21 and older to apply.

Full and Part-Time Hiring Event at Viejas Casino & Resort – April 11, 2019

Join our team! We have multiple full and part-time positions available! Come to our hiring event at Viejas Casino & Resort on Thursday April 11, 2019 from 10am to 1pm at the Viejas Center of Career Development (Located on the west side of Viejas Outlets – 5003 Willows Rd. Alpine) Apply at viejas.com/careers

2 FOUND DOGS: Black, Tan and Spotted Border Collie / Shepherd Mixes, Alpine Blvd 3-30-19

3-30-19 Alpine Ca. 2 dogs found near Alpine Blvd and Arnold Way in Alpine Ca. Both appear to be black and tan Border Collie / Shepherd mixes. One is still a pup. They are currently at the Natural Instincts Healthy Pet Center in Alpine in the Doggy Daycare for safe keeping. Please call 619-445-1550 or visit the store at 2109 Alpine Blvd, Alpine, CA 91901. Ask for Angela Palmer.

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC! Boulder Oaks Elementary School ALL-STUDENT ART SHOW – April 8-12, 2019

Boulder Oaks Elementary School ALL -STUDENT ART SHOW! We would like to invite you to view our students’ accomplishments at our 25th Annual All-Student ART SHOW! The exhibition will be open to the community  on Monday, April 8 through Thursday, April 11, 2019 from 9am – 3pm in the Auditorium. No appointment is necessary. Please come at your own convenience. The Art Show is presented by the Boulder Oaks PTA Art Docent Program which is managed and run by our fabulous volunteers and  funded by the Boulder Oaks PTA and your generous donations. This is a special event. We hope you will take this opportunity to visit the Boulder Oaks campus and share in the children’s excitement in showcasing their masterpieces.  If you or your business are looking for an organization to make a tax deductible contribution to, please consider the Boulder Oaks Art Docent Program. Help us ensure its continued success in the education and development of art for our students.  Thank you in advance for your support and we look forward to seeing you there! Boulder Oaks is located at 2320 Tavern Rd, Alpine, CA 91901. For more info please call (619) 445-8676 or email Margaret Simpson & Lisa Lomax, BOES Art Program Coordinators maggie.mae48@yahoo.com

LOOKING FOR A JOB? Food & Beverage and Hotel Hiring Event at Viejas – April 4, 2019

Join our Food & Beverage and Hotel Teams! Food & Beverage and Hotel Hiring Event at Viejas, Thursday April 4, 2019 from 1pm to 4pm at the Viejas Center of Career Development (Located on the west side of Viejas Outlets – 5003 Willows Rd. Alpine) Apply at viejas.com/careers

 

(REUNITED) LOST DOG: Reddish Tan Male “Sparky”, Viejas View Ln. Alpine 3-27-19

UPDATE – HE HAS BEEN FOUND and REUNITED WITH OWNER!

“Sparky is the sweetest loving dog. I love him so much. Please help me find him. He was lost from across the street from Viejas Casino. He doesn’t have a collar on so someone could have thought he was a stray, but he’s not, he has a home and a family. Please bring him home! “

DESCRIPTION Redish/brown Retriever-Mix with some white. Around 43 pounds and a black mole on the side of his face

AREA LAST SEEN Alpine, CA 91901, NEIGHBORHOOD LAST SEEN – Viejas View Lane on 3-27-19

Please call (619) 905-2861

LOST CAT: Female Tabby Cat, Bremen Way Alpine 3-27-19

LOCATION_DESCRIPTION: 3-27-19 LOST CAT Alpine Ca 91901 – LOST CAT Grey, Black & Brown Striped Tabby 8 month old cat.  She is an inside cat and got out.  Very friendly! Lost on Bremen Way off off Tompau in the Alpine Heights Area.

Please contact Sheri Burch at 619-987-1578 or EMAIL: sheriburch@rocketmail.com

 

LOVE FOR LUKE Fundraiser: FREE STREET TACOS at San Diego Estates Realty – March 29, 2019

FREE TACOS! Street Taco Fest!

Join us on Friday March 29, 2019 from 3pm to 6pm for a Fundraiser for Luke at San Diego Estates Realty located at 1935 Alpine Blvd. Alpine Taco Shop will be serving up FREE Street Tacos! Luke is an 8 year old Alpine resident who attends Boulder Oaks Elementary School. He was diagnosed with High Risk Leukemia on December 26, 2018. He is currently going through Chemotherapy. To help his family with finances, the community of Alpine is banding together to help him fight this terrible disease. For more info contact Chuck Walker at 619-922-0841.

Sexually Violent Predator Possibly Being Placed in Alpine Neighborhood with Many Children

Submitted By Gerry Brewster- 3-25-19

Alpine community members.

The residents of Alpine Oaks Drive need your assistance.
1102 Alpine Oaks Drive has been recommended as a potential residence for a Sexually Violent Predator.

Please join the residents of Alpine Oaks Drive by writing to our elected officials voicing your concerns with the placement of any Sexually Violent Predator at 1102 Alpine Oaks Drive or anywhere else in the Community of Alpine.

Dianne Jacob, San Diego County Supervisor, District 2.
Dianne.jacob@sdcounty.ca.gov

Robert Spanbauer, Policy Advisor, for County Supervisor Dianne Jacob
Robert.spanbauer@sdcounty.ca.gov
619-531-5522

Brian Jones, California State Senator, 38th Senate District
Brian.jones@sen.ca.go

Lori Brown, Director of Constituent Services, for Senator Brian Jone
Lori.brown@sen.ca.gov
619-596-3136

Randy Voepel, California State Assembly Member, 71st Assembly District.
Randy.voepel@asm.ca.gov

Alec Baron, Senior Field Representative, for Assembly Member Randy Voepel
Alec.baron@asm.ca.gov
619-258-7737

Xavier Becerra, California Attorney General,
Meganslaw@doj.ca.gov

 

Please feel free to use this email as a template.

“Honorable…..

I am requesting that the California Department of State Hospitals remove 1102 Alpine Oaks Drive, Alpine CA 91901 from any further consideration as a residence for any Sexually Violent Predator.

Alpine Oaks Drive is a 3/4 mile dead-end street with 17 residences and has 11 children under the age of 14 living here. 3 of these children live within 75’ of the 1102 residence!!

Families and children should not have to live with a constant fear of anyone. If any Sexually Violent Predator is approved to live at 1102 Alpine Oaks Drive parents will have to continually watch and warn their children to be cautious.

Without your support I truly believe that our voices, concerns and request will not be heard nor approved by the California Department of Hospitals.”

Respectfully

(REUNITED) 2 FOUND DOGS: Male German Shepherd & Female Shepherd Mix, Alpine Blvd 3-26-19

UPDATE 3-26-19 OWNER HAS BEEN LOCATED and Animals reunited!

LOCATION_DESCRIPTION: 3-26-19 Alpine Ca 91901- Found 2 dogs male german shepherd and female german shepherd mix (in heat). Male approx 115 lbs, intact. Female approx 70 lbs,  in heat. Please call our office is off Alpine Bl. 619-445-9798

NAME: Alternative Pool Systems

EMAIL: apsinc@rocketmail.com

TELEPHONE: 619-445-9798