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  • Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce Newly Elected Board Members

    The Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the new members of the 2020 Board of Directors. The board of directors had 8 open positions for the 2020-2022 term and the ballot boasted 13 nominees. The 8 new electees will join the current board effective January 1, 2020. 2020 Newly Elected Board Members: […]

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  • Public Relations Society Honors Water District

    Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District (EVMWD) was recently recognized by Public Relations Society of America, Inland Empire Chapter, with four awards for excellence in public outreach. The Polaris Awards recognize exemplary public relations efforts that successfully incorporate sound research, planning, implementation and evaluation. These awards represent the highest standards of performance in the public relations […]

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  • Murrieta City Council Selects Gene Wunderlich as Incoming Mayor

    At its December 17 Reorganization Meeting, the Murrieta City Council selected Gene Wunderlich to serve as incoming Mayor. He will replace Kelly Seyarto, who has completed his mayoral term and will remain on the City Council. Council Member Scott Vinton was chosen as Mayor Pro Tem. As Mayor, Wunderlich will bring professional expertise on land […]

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  • Supervisor Washington Re-Elected to Prestigious Statewide Committee

    “I will guide policy decisions that help Riverside County tackle ongoing challenges with homelessness, criminal justice, infrastructure and economic development, and job creation,” said Supervisor Washington. “I am excited to carry on this important work on behalf of Riverside County’s 2.4 million residents.” The CSAC Board of Directors voted earlier this month at its annual […]

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  • Humanitarian Awards of 2019

    The winner of this year’s individual award was Ken Nordstrom, a member of the Temecula Valley Elks Lodge, Boy Scouts of America, and Grace Presbyterian Church, whose pastor Neal Neuenschwander nominated him for the honor. In nominating Ken, Pastor Neal said: “Ken demonstrates the IFC values of compassion, support, dialogue, and respect. Ken has been […]

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  • Community Outreach Ministry Recognized for its Mentoring Services

    The certificate was in honor of the mentoring services the Davies offered youth for a recent “Gearing Up For STEM” Mentor Protégé Workshop. In addition to the Davies, a team of mentors was also honored for their mentoring services. Laverne Williams-Schoonover Ed.D, a guidance counselor at Aspire Community Day School received a Certificate of Recognition […]

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  • California’s Energy Future

    Please join us on February 20th, at the Pechanga Resort Casino to participate in a public symposium that will facilitate a robust and balanced dialogue about energy and other critical public safety concerns in California. We will convene two expert panels. The morning session will focus on what our energy future looks like, and how […]

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  • 2020 – The Year of the Employee

    Take time to get to know your team members individually and understand their job aspirations and why they choose to apply and work at your company. Find out what drives them to do a good job. Helping the employee move toward their career goals is a sure way to show that the company cares for […]

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  • What You Don’t Know You’re Missing When You Work from Home in Temecula

    People in offices envied their at-home counterparts, but what nobody was saying was that the reality of working from home is much less ideal than those pajama-clad employees and entrepreneurs were letting on. It turns out there are a lot of cons to working from your home office, including distractions, difficulty with productivity, struggles with […]

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  • Temecula Valley High School Parking & Reagan Park Restrictions Update

    One of the concerns expressed during the past few weeks has been the perceived displacement of students who currently use the particular public lot at Reagan Park, instead of parking on the Temecula Valley High School (TVHS) closed campus. TVUSD and TVHS administration are confident that we will be able to accommodate TVHS students who […]

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  • Signs Your Elderly Parent Needs Help

    Their once tidy home is now being neglected – Does your parent seem to be having difficulty doing typical housekeeping tasks? Are you noticing more dirt and clutter around their home? Cleaning the house can become difficult for aging parents for a variety of reasons. Their eyesight could be failing, and they could be missing […]

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  • T’was the Lights Before Christmas Home Decorating Contest

    When you enter the Holiday Home Decorating Contest, choose the judging category that suits your house the best based on the descriptions provided. Enter as an individual residence or as a neighborhood.  All decorations must be in the front yard. Select houses will be featured on the T’was the Lights before Christmas Bus Tours and […]

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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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  • Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce Announces Nominees for Business, Citizen, Valley Young Professional and Non-Profit of the Year

    Each year, the members of the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce nominate businesses, non-profit organizations and individuals who they feel serve as leaders in community service, business ethics and economic development. Winners are announced at the Annual Awards Gala on Saturday, February 29, 2020 at Pechanga Resort & Casino. This grand black-tie event is generously […]

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  • Colonel Melissa Coburn Honors Veterans at Temecula Valley Hospital

    “Our Veterans Day recognition event was a tremendous success.  It was such an honor to have Col. Melissa Coburn, as our keynote speaker.  We are indebted to all of our Veterans who have given service to this country,” said Darlene Wetton, Chief Executive Officer of Temecula Valley Hospital. Coburn presented a special thank you to […]

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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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