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  • Signs Your Elderly Parent Needs Help

    How do adult children know when their elderly parent needs help? Oftentimes the parent won’t be the one to admit they need assistance. And sometimes they may even try to hide the fact that they need additional care. We’ve put together some helpful tips on how you – the adult child – can recognize the […]

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  • Seasoned Animal Welfare Advocate Monica Wylie Named New Executive Director of Animal Friends of the Valleys

    “Collaboration, at all levels both within an organization and with community partners, can often be the difference between life and death in the sheltering world,” explained Wylie. With a track record of identifying areas of opportunity in the world of animal sheltering, Wylie’s hands-on ability to work with a wide variety of stakeholders, including team […]

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  • Regional Agricultural Pipeline Conversion protects Recycled Water Resources in Lake Elsinore

    “The Regional Agricultural Pipeline Conversion eliminates vegetation growth, reduces maintenance costs, decreases evaporation and evapotranspiration, and improves water flows into Lake Elsinore,” shared Andy Morris, president of the board for EVMWD. “In partnership with RCFCWCD and the City of Lake Elsinore we have been able to cost-share the expenses for this project. It is a […]

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  • Professional Women’s Roundtable Presents ‘Invest in Yourself’

    You are invited to a presentation and Q&A on the ways you can invest in yourself: physically, emotionally, and financially so that you may live longer, maintain energy, manage life’s stressors, and have the money to do so. Join us for lunch and to hear tips from these experienced women: Lisa Harris, International Bestselling Author, […]

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  • Oak Grove Raised over $34,000 for Sports, Recreation and Culinary Programs

    The 17th Annual Golf Classic, took place at its on-going home, Pechanga Casino’s award-winning golf course, Journey’s End with 115 participants. The Golf Classic, presented by The Tavern Grille in Murrieta, supports Oak Grove’s sports and recreational programs, allowing youth to learn leadership and teamwork skills. “We are thankful to Tavern Grill for being the […]

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  • Developing Your Own Business Analyst Skills

    First, they have strong analytical skills. This includes training in creative thinking to stay ahead of the competition. Critical thinking allows one to understand the good and bad of an idea and impact of potential change. Overall a good BA is a system thinker looking at the whole picture and how a company can work […]

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  • 11th Annual Murrieta Field of Honor in Town Square Park Debuts November 9th

    This year’s Field of Honor will honor First Responders, including the Murrieta fire and rescue and police departments in the opening ceremonies, scheduled for 9:45 a.m. on Saturday, November 9. In addition, a Military Family Resource Expo will be available that day. New for 2019, the Patriots Ball which concludes the week-long commemoration will be […]

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  • 2019 Murrieta/Wildomar Chamber ‘Award Celebration Winners’

    The Murrieta/Wildomar Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce the 2019 Award Celebration Winners.

    These businesses were nominated by peers and citizens of the surrounding areas, they submitted a questionnaire that was reviewed and voted upon by executives outside our immediate area.

    Congratulations to all the winners.

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  • TVCC Announces Emily Falappino as New CEO

    “Emily Falappino is going to be that person who will not only build on what Alice Sullivan so masterfully executed, but she will take the chamber to whole new heights”, stated Brian Connors, TVCC Chairman of the Board. “Our selection committee was thoroughly impressed, and our board of directors voted unanimously for her hire. Her […]

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  • 6 Tips for Long Distance Family Caregivers

    If you are one of the many who don’t live near your aging parents, no need to panic. You can still be actively involved and take on a meaningful caregiving role from miles away. The following tips can be very helpful for long-distance caregivers who can’t be near their loved one to provide daily care. […]

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  • Two New Haunted Houses Come to Southern California Railway Museum!

    New this year to the fall event line-up is “Terror in Train Town,” two great haunted mazes designed and produced by the renowned Bloodshed Brothers: the “Hyde Street Massacre Haunted House” and “Darkness.” The Hyde Street Massacre Haunted House is what your worst nightmares are made of. Once you arrive at this 2,500 square foot […]

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  • How-To Replace Your Turf and Get Paid

    To be eligible, residents must register at www.socalwatersmart.com before beginning any step of the project. Once you receive an approval to proceed, you have 180 days to complete your transformation. Once you have been approved, use these simple steps to get started: Identify your current turf as either warm season (St. Augustine, Bermuda, and Zoysia) […]

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  • City of Temecula Reports Jobs Count a Record High

    With continued growth of a diverse economic base, Temecula’s job numbers are creating a positive impact for Southwest Riverside County. Temecula accounts for roughly 40% of all jobs in Southwest Riverside County, making it the job center of the region. The City of Temecula is pleased to announce job counts are up nearly 4,000 jobs […]

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  • The Family Birth Center at Rancho Springs Medical Center Gets a Make Over

    A new look, logo and colors enhance the largest birthing center in the region. The Family Birth Center at Rancho Springs Medical Center recently unveiled the newly decorated and updated Center with a multi-Chamber ribbon-cutting event. The Center’s Director Gina Lowery, MSN, RNC-OB, says the new color scheme and brand logo have provided a soothing […]

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  • Murrieta Welcomes New Fire Chief – David Lantzer

    “I am thrilled to continue collaborating with the great team that we’ve assembled over the past few years,” Lantzer explains, “And I’m glad to lead the Department as we move forward with a myriad of important new programs and services that will allow us to keep up with changing technology, address deferred maintenance and invest […]

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  • Sponsorship Request

    On behalf of the Board Members of Agape Koinonia Alliance, Inc, 501 (c) (3) organization (EIN 47-1673031, and Temecula Chamber of Commerce member, I invite to you be a sponsor for our Community Outreach Concert and Fundraiser on October 12, 2019. Location: Community Recreation Center, 30875 Rancho Vista Road, Temecula, Ca 92592. The purpose for […]

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  • Relief is on the Way

    Fortunately, help is on the way. The City of Temecula has just been awarded a $50 million U.S. Department of Transportation Infrastructure & Rebuilding America (INFRA) Grant, in support of the Interstate 15/French Valley Pkwy, Phase II Project. The city had already secured $60 million of the total $110 million cost of Phase II. The […]

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  • Raj Narayanan Joins Local Consulting Firm

    Effective Action Consulting LLC (EAC) is proud to announce the addition of Raj Narayanan to its consulting team. Raj brings a wealth of experience and commitment working in and for the community. Raj’s most recent engagement was a five and a half year run as General Manager of the Lake Elsinore Storm where he oversaw […]

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  • New Interfaith Council Officers Elected

    Photo from left to right: Jim Willis, Treasurer, Member of Center for Spiritual Living of the Temecula Valley; Emmy Slusser, Co-chair, Member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Temecula Stake; Craig Smedley, Outgoing co-chair, Member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Murrieta Stake; Marti Treckman, Secretary, Member […]

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  • NAFE’s September Meeting Speaker will be Lauri Morris known as The Diversified Diva will be the Speaker for Temecula.

    Join Robbie Motter, Director and Shelly Rufin Co-Director for the September meeting, Sept 3rd at 6:00 PM at Texas Lils Mesquite Grill – 28495 Old Town Front St, Temecula Cost is $10.00 for members and $15.00 for guests, then you order dinner and pay the restaurant direct, RSVP to Robbie Motter 951-255-9200 orrmotte@aol.com Our Speaker […]

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  • Menifee Offers Business Resource Guide for Small Business Owners and Entrepreneurs

    “It is part of our strategic business gardening plan to help nurture the growth and development of our business community,” said City Manager, Armando Villa. “Our City Council is very focused on creating a community in which businesses are encouraged and incentivized to grow along with our City.” The resource guide also contains information on […]

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  • Menifee City Council Approves Dispatch Service Agreement with City of Murrieta

    The approval of the agreement is the latest major milestone during the formation of the Menifee Police Department. The first came in November of 2018, when the Menifee City Council passed a resolution directing and authorizing the formation of its municipal police department. In March of the following year, City Manager Armando Villa announced the […]

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