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LOST CAT: Black Male Cat “Creepy”, Tavern & Arnold Way in Alpine – April 30, 2021

Please spread the word! LOST CAT “Creepy” was LOST on April 30, 2021 in Alpine, CA 91901 near Arnold Way & Tavern Road. Description: All black with white patch on chest and tummy, kind of big. Neutered male, has microchip, friendly. For more info or to contact Creepy’s owner, click here: https://www.pawboost.com/p/6993467

Lost or found a pet? Report it to PawBoost here: https://pbrs.io/l/rpl

Alpine Veterans Wall of Honor Seeking World War II & Korean War Veterans for Honor Flight

Dear Military Veteran and Family Member,
We hope that you are doing well and are staying healthy. One of our partner organizations, Honor Flight San Diego has requested we help them find Southern California World War II and Korean War Veterans to go on their Honor Flight.
Honor Flight San Diego is a nonprofit organization that takes our most senior veterans (currently WWII and Korea) on a three-day trip to Washington, D.C. to see the memorials built for their service and sacrifice. Due to the pandemic they had to postpone their last three flights and are now planning for an October 2021 trip. The organization has generous donors and the three-day trip is no cost to the veteran.
During the trip, you would visit the WWII, Korea, Lincoln, Vietnam, and USMC Memorials, as well as the Navy Yard Museum. Women veterans go to the Military Women’s Memorial as well. One of the most special parts of the trip is to have a front row seat at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Changing of the Guard Ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery. The trip is filled with patriotism, gratitude for your service, and camaraderie with your fellow military brothers and sisters. Every veteran is paired with a “Battle Buddy” for the trip to help them with any needs.
The trip will be October 1-3, 2021 and will be on a charter flight from San Diego with about 90 other Southern California WWII and Korea Veterans. There will be charter buses to take you to and from the BWI airport, and on the Saturday trip to the memorials in Washington, D.C. The hotel rooms for Friday and Saturday night and all your meals are covered as well. Again, there is no cost for you to go on this trip.
If you are interested in seeing more information, please visit their website at: www.HonorFlightSanDiego.org or visit their Facebook page @HonorFlightSanDiego. Their Director of Public Relations has made herself available to answer any of your questions. You may contact Holly via email at: holly@honorflightsandiego.org or via phone at: (619)609-1669. She can send you a veteran application in the mail as well.
Thank you for supporting the Alpine Veterans Wall of Honor!
Sincerely,
Dan Foster and Debbie Jackson
Alpine Veterans Wall of Honor

INSTRUCTOR WANTED for AEF “ReadyBreak” Camps in Alpine

𝙄𝙣𝙨𝙩𝙧𝙪𝙘𝙩𝙤𝙧𝙨 𝙒𝙖𝙣𝙩𝙚𝙙 for 𝙍𝙚𝙖𝙙𝙮𝘽𝙧𝙚𝙖𝙠 𝘾𝙖𝙢𝙥𝙨 in Alpine

Anticipating parents and students wanting extra learning and fun opportunities this summer, Alpine Education Foundation is offering expanded ReadyBreak summer activity camps. Do you have a passion that you would like to teach? Do you have “the touch” for engaging k-8 students? Would you like to earn up to $1,600 per week this summer? All applicants welcomed including non-Alpine residents. If so, please read the flyer, and then click here to apply: https://forms.gle/HBsT6nH3fF6xsApM6.

Here are just a few topics that could be offered but certainly not limited to these: Sports, Art, Music, Musical Theater, Cooking, Health and Nutrition, Safety/CPR, Gardening/Horticulture, Legos, Engineering, Science & Coding. For more information please contact Ashlee Rodgers at 619-733-2914 or email alpineaef@gmail.com

 

Cilantro’s Mexican Food NOW OPEN at Viejas Outlets

May 2021 – Cilantro’s Mexican Food is  now open at Viejas Outlets! Whether you are hungry for breakfast, lunch or dinner, Cilantro’s Mexican Food will satisfy any craving––opens daily at 8am 😋 !  Viejas Outlets is located at 5005 Willows Rd. Alpine Ca 91901. For more info please call 619-659-2070 or visit our website at www.Viejas.com

MOM’S SKATE FREE on Mother’s Day at Viejas Outlets Roller Rink – May 9, 2021

Mom’s Skate Free while accompanied by your child on Mother’s Day, May 9, 2021. Moms will also receive a Carnation when they visit Shopper Services!  Celebrate Mom––treat yours to the perfect day of shopping and roller skating at Viejas Outlets. Skating is open from 3pm to 8pm. Get more info here https://bit.ly/3u4HLwn

Viejas Outlets is located at 5005 Willows Rd. Alpine Ca 91901. For more info please call 619-659-2070 or visit our website at www.Viejas.com

DRIVERS WANTED! Alpine Kiwanis SOAP BOX DERBY (Ages 7-19) – May 22, 2021

DRIVERS NEEDED for the Alpine Kiwanis SOAP BOX DERBY!! Stock & Super Stock (Ages 7 – 19) on May 22, 2021 Viejas Casino & Resort (Far East Parking Lot) located at 5300 Willows Rd, Alpine, CA, 91901. Limited Club Cars are available on a First Pay basis!! Fee is $50 per racer (Double Elimination Race) Weigh-In & Tech Check start at 7:15am (15 pound tail weight race) Races start sharp at 9:30am (Estimated finish around 3:30pm)  Food is available at the Viejas Outlet Food Court.  For more info contact Greg Fox at 619-840-9400. Or visit our website at www.SoapBoxDerby.org/Alpine or our Facebook Event age at www.facebook.com/alpinekiwanissoapboxderby

 

Got Stress? – Article By Cindy Douglas, Certified Reiki Master

Got Stress? Stress is formally defined as our body’s way of responding to any kind of demand or threat that is viewed as dangerous or complicated, either real or imagined. We often respond to these demands with a ‘fight or flight’ action, depending on personal values and attributes.

Stress is the body’s way of protecting itself. This can be very positive when it keeps us energetic, focused, and alert. ‘Good’ stress is what provides that additional adrenalin during emergencies situations. ‘Good’ stress also provides the energy and focus to accomplish tasks during the course of regular day.

But, when stress reaches a certain point it stops being helpful and can be detrimental to your health, mood, productivity, relationships, and your quality of life.  Although short-term stress can actually boost the immune system, long-term stress can cause the immune system to break down.  This break down has the potential to increase inflammation which can lead to disease.

If you often feel frazzled or that your life is out of control, it is time to implement strategies to bring everything back into balance. ‘Bad’ stress can truly wreak havoc on all parts of your life

Emotional symptoms:

  • Depression or general unhappiness
  • Anxiety and agitation
  • Moodiness, irritability, or anger
  • Feeling overwhelmed
  • Loneliness and isolation

Physical symptoms:

  • Aches and pains
  • Diarrhea or constipation
  • Nausea, dizziness
  • Chest pain, rapid heart rate
  • Frequent colds or flu

Experts recommend several techniques to regain your balance during these stressful times, including increasing your activity level, connecting with others, eat a balanced diet, become more organized, spend time relaxing, and do something nice for someone else.  This last one is very powerful as it takes the focus off of you!

Other recommendations include acupuncture, massage, and reiki. All three of these directly impact the body and mind to promote relaxation and the release of stress.

If you are interested in scheduling a reiki session or learning more about how reiki can support you physically, emotionally, and spiritually during these challenging times, please text me at” Body, Mind, and Spirit” in Alpine 619-726-0408.   Additional information can also be found at https://www.reikihealingclinic.com/ 

Please take care of yourself . . . take care of each other!

Article by Cindy Douglas, Certified Reiki Master
Reiki Healing Clinic, Alpine, CA.

SPRING RED HOT BUYS at Alpine Ace Hardware! 

Come in to your local Alpine Ace Hardware and see all the fantastic deals on all your essentials for spring! We have TONS of RED HOT BUYS! 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.

Click here to view the current April 2021 Ace Hardware RED HOT BUYS!

 

Volunteers Needed at Dream Rider Equestrian Therapy

April 2021 – Dream Rider Equestrian Therapy is reopening for lessons this Spring 2021 after a year of shut down. We begin with our first student on April 10th, Saturday morning, and every Saturday morning for the following six weeks. We need someone to help with those lessons to lead the pony for April 17th and May 8th from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30. a.m. Please call Catherine Hand 619-445-2576 or email me, Catherineh@prodigy.net to sign up as a volunteer for this 5013C public charity for Equine Therapy for children with special needs. Check out our website: HTTP://www.dreamriderequestriantherapy.com or our Facebook page, Dream Rider Equestrian Therapy Facebook.

SPRING TRAIN RIDE! A Unique Easter Experience for the Whole Family – March 27, 28 & April 3, 2021

Looking for a new way to celebrate the Easter holiday with your family? Look no further than the Pacific Southwest Railway Museum in Campo Ca on March 27 & 28 and April 3, 2021!

Looking for a new way to celebrate the Easter holiday with your family?  Look no further than the Pacific Southwest Railway Museum!  Complete with a train ride, a visit from the Easter Bunny, and a tour of the Museum Grounds, the Bunny Train event at the Museum is perfect for the whole family.

The celebration kicks off with a train ride.  The Easter Bunny will board the train at the Campo Depot and visit with all of the passengers on the train before it travels through San Diego’s beautiful east-county mountains.  After enjoying the 45-minute journey, the train stops at the Museum’s Display Building where guests can tour our many exhibits in a safe and socially-distanced manner. The best part – entrance into the Display Building is included in the price of your train tickets!

For the safety of our passengers and volunteers, all persons over the age of 2 years old, regardless of whether they are fully vaccinated, must wear a face covering for the duration of the train ride and while in any enclosed building at the Museum.  Face masks may be purchased at the Campo Depot if you do not bring a face covering.

TICKETS

All Trains Depart from the Campo Depot located at 750 Depot St., Campo, CA 91906.

Note: Passengers arriving less than 30 minutes before their train ride are not guaranteed a visit with the Easter Bunny due to program restrictions.

You can find more information at psrm.org/bunny-train