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  • Tech Gifts Ideas for 2019

    When looking at charging options to gift, I found everything from bracelets that charge a device while going about your daily routine to ones that attached to a stroller providing a charge while transporting the children from one place to another. The multi-device user will appreciate those that can charge many devices at one time. […]

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  • National Philanthropy Day Recognizes Local Leaders

    The Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) Inland Empire Chapter honored three of Temecula’s leading professionals for their contributions to the fundraising profession and in strengthening their communities. Tuesday, November 12th was National Philanthropy Day, which was celebrated by the organization and its affiliates at the Mission Inn in Riverside, CA. Bruce Nimmo, licensed contractor, of […]

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  • Don’t Let FOG Spoil Your Holiday Cheer!

    Here are a few simple tips to keep in mind when preparing your favorite holiday meals: Scrape all food into the trash before washing dishes or placing them in the dishwasher Pour oils, fats and grease from cooking into a disposable container, such as an empty jar or can, and let solidify. Then, place container […]

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  • City of Temecula Announces 2019 Commercial Broker of the Year Award Recipient

    On November 7th, members of the local Temecula Commercial Real Estate community gathered for the 7th Annual Broker of the Year awards presented by the City of Temecula. Held at the Temecula Conference Center, the event recognized the City’s top commercial real estate brokers, who have had an exceptional influence on their community by exemplifying […]

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  • Changing Lives

    Several months ago, a young boy, and his mom, came to Empowerment Village. They were exhausted, and afraid that life was never going to get better. After living in 10 different communities and several shelters, they just needed a safe place to stay, and to grow healthy. After an intake visit and seeing one of […]

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  • 4 Tips on Taking the Stress out of your Bookkeeping

    Bookkeeping is a task known to every business. I will be sharing some tips that we practice here at Andy’s Glass to ensure the process is running smoothly daily. Keeping your bookkeeping updated is key! To some, the idea of accounting and bookkeeping can be intimidating or, just outright boring! You can always hire an […]

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  • SMART Goal Setting

    Developing goals is a key step to succeeding in business and personal life. While even bad goals are better than nothing, a tried and proven methodology is found in the acronym SMART. Let’s walk down through the letters. “S” = Specific. State what you want to accomplish by setting this goal. Use action words such […]

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  • Major Road Improvements Coming to City of Murrieta

    “Streets and roads represent some of the biggest infrastructure investments a city can make,” explains City Manager Kim Summers. “It’s a priority for residents, businesses and the City to care for this investment, and I am thrilled we are going to make that happen.” Summers adds that over the past decade, some street maintenance had […]

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  • City of Murrieta to Host 17th Annual Veterans Day Parade

    On November 11th, the City of Murrieta will host the 17th Annual Veterans Day Parade in recognition of its hometown heroes and all of the men and women who have fought for this nation’s freedom. The parade will begin at 10 a.m. on Washington Avenue accompanied by the singing of the National Anthem and a […]

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  • Murrieta Welcomes New Council Member, Gene Wunderlich

    Out of 14 qualified applicants, Murrieta City Council has appointed 30-year Murrieta resident and businessman Gene Wunderlich to fill the seat vacated by Randon Lane. He will be sworn in at the Tuesday, November 5, 2019, Council meeting and will serve through the remainder of the term, which ends in November 2020. The position is […]

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  • Rotary Club of Temecula Holiday Boxes “Service Above Self”

    Our local schools begin collecting canned and boxed foods towards the end of October through approximately 10 days prior to Thanksgiving.  A group of Rotarians (Rotary Club Members) pick up the donations from various schools and non-profit locations around our city and bring them to our temporary warehouse.  We generally sort all the food on […]

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  • Temecula Hosts Annual Patriotic Salute to Veterans

    Please join us as we honor and thank our veterans for their selfless service. Bring your entire family, your friends, lawn chairs, and warm blankets to enjoy a wonderful evening under the stars. The event will feature remarks by City dignitaries, the presentation of military banners to recognize active military personnel from the City’s Military […]

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  • Understanding the Risk of Hiring Private Caregivers

    While it often seems less expensive, hiring a private in-home caregiver can be a challenge and may have legal implications for the employer. But knowing the risks and responsibilities can help protect you and provide peace of mind. Some of the most important factors to consider when hiring a private caregiver are the additional costs […]

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  • Waves Project Welcomes Kristi Piatkowski as Director of Development

    The WAVES Project of Temecula is proud to announce the addition of Kristi Piatkowski to our staff effective October 21st. Kristi will take the helm of all fundraising and donor relations for our programs serving wounded American veterans. Kristi has extensive experience working for more than eighteen years in the Non-Profit sector including coordinating programs, […]

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  • Temecula’s Man of Music Offering Christmas Specials

    All about music is an understatement concerning Kenneth Rice, the owner/operator of The Little Shop of Horns in Temecula for over 20 years and with Christmas coming, consider giving the gift of music. When his shop first opened, Ken had just completed many years of extensive repair training from Manny Gavriolov at the Horn Connection […]

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  • Murrieta City Hall Becomes Designated Passport Acceptance Facility

    Preparing to travel out of the Country? The City of Murrieta wants to make your life a little easier. Effective October 1st, the Murrieta City Clerk’s Office is accepting passport applications during regular City Hall office hours. Photos are also available. No appointment is necessary, and the process should take about 15-20 minutes for forms, […]

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  • Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District Selects New General Manager

    The Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District (EVMWD) Board of Directors recently announced the selection of a new general manger. Greg Thomas joins EVMWD as a seasoned leader specializing in engineering, construction, operations and maintenance. Thomas most recently served as the general manager for the Rincon Del Diablo Municipal Water District (RDDMWD). RDDMWD serves parts of […]

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  • Coworking Connection is Expanding

    Dione started Coworking Connection in Murrieta in 2011, spawning from an idea that sparked in 2004, as she was working from home. Dione has run her business, Impact Marketing and Design, for over 20 years. She didn’t want to go the executive office route, she had in mind an open, collaborative and affordable alternative. The […]

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  • Broken Promises

    The Senate Bill 1 gas tax increase promised to fix our crumbling highways and roads. That promise was short-lived. Last month, Governor Newsom issued an Executive Order redirecting the state’s $5 billion annual transportation funds from highway/road repairs toward reducing congestion via “strategies designed to encourage people to shift from cars to other modes of […]

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  • Andy’s Glass Is Your Trusted Window and Glass Expert

    And we have the capability to fulfill any glass need from one broken window to a full home replacement to shower enclosures—we do it all. We only choose to carry the best brands of windows and patio doors. Our selection includes premium brands like Milgard, Andersen, La Cantina, Western, and Simonton. Our goal is to […]

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