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  • Regional Identity Drives Economy

    Five cities pull together to facilitate regional branding The first step in a regional branding initiative launched Thursday, August 30th in the City of Temecula City Hall, one of the southern gateways into Southwest Riverside County, with more than a modicum of success. The efforts to define the five-city region, traditionally known as “Southwest Riverside […]

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  • Promise to Distressed Homeowners Must Be Kept

    The Legislature passed and the Governor just signed, Assembly Bill 1829, which legalizes the taking of more than $330 million that was meant to help homeowners impacted during the Great Recession. The $330 million comes from the National Mortgage Special Deposit Fund that was established under the direction of then Attorney General Kamala Harris. It […]

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  • Field of Honor Celebrates 10 Years

    The Field of Honor has become one of the premiere events in the City of Murrieta, so much so that the City has designated it a “Signature Event.” The week of festivities brings people from all over southern California and touches hearts as far away as Afghanistan and other areas where our military serves. This year the Field expects to receive about 10,000 visitors.

    Look for it beginning on November 10th and continuing through the 17th.

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  • How to Transform 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: 1. Identify your current turf as either warm season (St. Augustine, Bermuda, and […]

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  • NAFE October Meeting Features Anika Ortiz

    Anika Ortiz may look like a typical 15-year old, but she isn’t. With a list of honors, awards, and most well-deserved accolades, including being named as one of the “100 Most Influential People in Orange County”. Just last year alone she did 19 speaking engagements all over Southern, CA. and has been featured 10 times […]

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  • Professional Women’s Roundtable Presents Michael Julian, CPI PPS CSP

    Michael created the A.L.I.V.E. Active Shooter Survival program, which he teaches throughout the US and wrote the book, 10 Minutes to Live: Surviving an Active Shooter using A.L.I.V.E., which is sold worldwide. RSVP is a must. The cost to attend the luncheon meeting is $20.00 for members and $25.00 for guests. Thank you. We meet […]

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  • Transparency Certificate of Excellence Awarded to Temecula Public Cemetery District

    “This award is a testament to Temecula Public Cemetery District’s commitment to open government,” said Cindi Beaudet, General Manager. “The entire district staff is to be commended for their contributions that empower the public with information and facilitate engagement and oversight.” To receive the award, a special district must demonstrate the completion of essential governance […]

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  • TVCC Holds Ribbon Cutting for Effinger Communications

    “Having once worked for LifeStream Blood Bank as the Area Representative for the greater Temecula Valley, I have remained loyal to their lifesaving endeavors and thought this would be a great way to promote those efforts, as well as promoting Red Lobster and my company at the same time,” said Effinger. According to Effinger, his […]

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  • Volunteer Tracks

    A non-profit, 501 (c) 3, OERM is currently accepting volunteer applications. Assistance is needed in guest relations, guest experience, mechanics, painters, electricians, other trades and general administration. OERM has a number of railway collections that include: • Pacific Electric Red Cars • LA Railway Yellow Cars • Other Electric Railways • Santa Fe Railway • […]

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  • Business Women’s Network Announces September Speakers

    BWN’s September 11th meeting features member speakers Bonnie Clark, President of Kratos Financial and Insurance Solutions and Lorie Herick with Top Notch Auto Sales. Kratos is a Temecula-based Holistic Financial Services Company. Bonnie holds licenses in CA, AZ, NV, TX, IN, OH, OR, VA, MD and Fl. Top Notch Auto Sales is where your buying […]

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  • The Secret Weapon

    What does this all mean? I’ve been around the block more than a few times. I’ve encountered nearly every possible scenario and know how to handle things when the go wrong. I’ve taken situations that seemed impossible and turned them around. I’d love to go to work for you. I’m both a probate expert and […]

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  • PWR Presents Joan Sparkman on Giving Back to the Community

    Professional Women’s Roundtable would like you to join us for this very special meeting where we’re privileged to introduce PWR Member Joan Sparkman. Her many Affiliations, Elected Offices and Awards are very numerous. University of California Affiliations: Trustee to the UCR Foundation 2000-2010, UCR Biomedical Science Advisory Board, Chancellor’s Associates, A. Gary Anderson Graduate School […]

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  • DMV Wait is So Long Your New Car Qualifies for Historic Plates

    DMV officials blame the longer wait times on the implementation of the federal REAL ID Act. This law requires all residents who want to board any commercial flight or enter military bases and most federal facilities to get a REAL ID-compliant driver’s license or identification card by October 1, 2020. To handle the extra processing […]

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  • $200M Expansion Moves Forward for I-15

    Thomas spoke to a packed room at the Economic Development Coalition Board meeting during its regularly scheduled meeting and described what Phase 2 and Phase 3 of the French Valley Interchange will look like among other things. His topic was, “Traffic and the I-15 Corridor.” Thomas was representing the “Move I-15 Through Temecula Valley” regional […]

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  • NAFE Meeting in September to Feature Daniela Bumann

    Liberator and Corporate Consultant – Hi, I`m Daniela. I`m a liberator and I`m a Swiss entrepreneur with an adventurous positive spirit, dedicated to helping you become your BEST self. I`m an Author, CSL, international Speaker and DiSC Communications trainer, and I have been working as a certified Coach (among other certifications) since 1994. I have […]

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  • Second Annual City of Temecula Emergency Management Summit: Partnering Agencies

    As part of the 2018 citywide theme, Temecula SAFE, the City of Temecula’s Emergency Management Division cordially invites the public to the City’s second annual Emergency Management Summit: Partnering Agencies. Event: Temecula Emergency Management Summit: Partnering Agencies Date/Time: Thursday, September 20, 2018, 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Location: City of Temecula City Hall, Conference Center, […]

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  • Temecula Sunrise Rotary Announces John Tamalunas as New President

    John is a Southern California native, having spent his life in LA, San Luis Obispo, San Diego and now Temecula. After leaving his home town of Rancho Palos Verdes for college in San Luis Obispo, John graduated from Cal Poly with a bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry. He then moved to San Diego where he began […]

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  • September 11th Remembrance at Temecula’s Duck Pond

    Please join the City of Temecula on the 17th anniversary of September 11th as we remember and honor those we lost. The ceremony will be held at the Temecula Duck Pond (located on the corner of Rancho California and Ynez Roads). The program is scheduled to begin Tuesday, September 11, 2018 promptly at 6:30 pm. […]

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  • 2017-2018 Murrieta/Wildomar Award Celebration Honorees

    Chairman’s Choice – Derric Gonzalez Ambassador of the Year – Cindy Warren Fire Fighter of the Year – Engineer Travis Anderson Police Officer of the Year – Corporal Enrique Romero Visionary – Tammy Wilson Chamber Member of the Year – April Vidal Entrepreneur of the Year – Sandy Word Small Business of the Year – […]

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  • Keeping Up with the Rate of Change

    Rate of Change is constantly increasing evident by knowledge levels which are expected to double themselves every twelve hours thanks to the propagation and exponential growth of the internet fueled by Moore’s law that states computer processing speed will double every eighteen months. So, the saying “the only thing guaranteed not to change is that […]

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  • Don’t Procrastinate! Learn to Be A Better Speaker Now!

    If you have always wanted to be a better speaker, better communicator and better leader, we are the club you need to be a member. The Next Level Toastmaster’s Club is a club where you will learn all of this in a friendly and fun environment! We are a new club that meets on every […]

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  • Assistance League Reaches Out

    Assistance League’s Operation Community Outreach has donated five Acer 14” Chromebooks to the Murrieta location of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Southwest County. Although the club has computers at the main Murrieta Clubhouse, due to building capacity issues, some of the kids have been moved to a modular unit at Shivela Middle School where […]

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