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  • Celebrating the Life of Bea Taylor

    Bea was born Beatrice May Dawson, March 9, 1927, in Ohio. Her parents Thelma and Frank later moved to Chula Vista, where they built a nursery business. Bea loved to dance and met her first husband Navy sailor Gardner Wade at a USO dance. They had two children, Vera and Bruce. The couple divorced, and […]

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  • Temecula Mayor Matt Rahn Appointed

    Temecula Mayor Matt Rahn Appointed as Chair of the State of California’s Cannabis Advisory Committee Last week during its first meeting of 2018, the California Department of Consumer Affairs’ newly created committee, the Cannabis Advisory Committee (under the Bureau of Cannabis Control), appointed Temecula Mayor Matt Rahn as its Chair. Mayor Matt Rahn is the […]

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  • Mercedes-Benz Veteran Comes to Temecula

    Chris comes directly from Fletcher Jones Motorcars, the Newport Beach flagship store of the group which announced sales of over 9,000 vehicles in 2017, and the #1 Mercedes-Benz dealership in the nation for 19 consecutive years. Chris moved to Southern California from Sydney, Australia in 1993 and has been a valuable team member at FJ […]

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  • The City of Temecula Presents a Special “Sweetheart Concert”

    Just in time for Valentine’s Day, the City of Temecula proudly presents a Sweetheart Concert, in collaboration with the Valley Winds Swing Band. Bring your sweetheart to the Community Recreation Center (30875 Rancho Vista Road) on Sunday, February 11th at 2:00 pm for a free concert. The Valley Winds Swing Band is modeled after the […]

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  • Courtyard Hotel Opens in Murrieta

    Innovative design and flexible space tailors to the needs of today’s travelers. Courtyard by Marriott Temecula/Murrieta is now open for business in Murrieta. Featuring an innovative lobby space as well as Courtyard’s latest contemporary room design, the new hotel provides flexibility and choices that allow guests to optimize and elevate their travel experience. Located at […]

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  • We Live in a Visual World

    Everything happens so fast anymore which is why businesses need to create images that inspire their customers to notice them. I have been a Google Business Photographer since 2012. Because of that I have seen many changes in the SEO market. Today more than before, the most important idea is to get noticed. Images do […]

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  • Valentines Celebration for Angel Tree Children and Needy Families

    This event is hosted by Community Outreach Ministry (COM), Saturday February 10th from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm at Wellness and More, 25377 Madison Avenue, Suite 104 in Murrieta (Across from Walmart, Behind Denny’s). Free Dental Workshop – Vista Community Clinic of Lake Elsinore is bringing their dental bus and invites needy children and families […]

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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 24, 2018 […]

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  • Southwest Healthcare System Recognized

    Southwest Healthcare System Recognized for Being a Member of the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce for 35 Years Southwest Healthcare is one of the leading employers in Southwest Riverside County and partners with a wide variety of local and regional businesses.  When the hospital system looks to develop a healthcare related event, a strategic business […]

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  • Senator Stone Honors Large and Small Businesses

    On Thursday, December 14th, Senator Jeff Stone (R-Riverside County) presented his 2017 ‘Large Business of the Year” Award to BMW Management, owners and operators of Sizzler restaurants in the 28th Senate District and across California.

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    “It was an honor to present this award to Gary and Sally Myers and BMW Management for all they have done for more than 34 years in our community,” said Senator Stone. “Not only have they been great business leaders in the community, they’ve been good friends.”

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  • Youth Engaged in Serving Seniors

    Bringing the youth and senior community together proved to be just one way the Rotary Club of Temecula is making a difference in Temecula and surrounding areas. The Interact Clubs in Temecula and Murrieta and Boy Scout Pack 301 rose early one Saturday to help Senior citizens who were in need. Many of our Senior […]

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  • The Value of Home Care for America’s Aging Seniors

    America’s population is aging quickly. By the year 2020, 56 million Americans will be aged 65 and older; by 2050, that number will reach 84 million. At the same time, the number of potential family caregivers is decreasing due to demographic shifts and the increasing geographical distance between seniors and their families. These and other […]

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  • PWR Features ‘State of the Cities’ with Mayors Matt Rahn & Jonathan Ingram

    Temecula Mayor Matt Rahn –  Dr. Matt Rahn has over twenty years’ experience in higher education and university research, and as a land use and policy professional. He received his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from the University of Nevada Reno, his Ph.D. from UC Davis, and his law degree from the University of San Diego. […]

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  • NAFE Meeting in January to Feature Wanda Allen as Guest Speaker

    Come and meet Wanda Allen, Author & Keynote Speaker Topic “Follow Up Sales Strategies” at the Temecula Nafe’s January 2nd meeting. Join Robbie Motter, Nafe Global Coordinator and Director of the Temecula Nafe Network on January 2nd at 6:00 PM and hear a dynamic Speaker Wanda Allen, Author and keynote speaker. Please RSVP to Robbie […]

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  • Don’t Rush to Flush, Be Sewer Smart!

    A Message from: Eastern Municipal Water District, Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District, Rancho California Water District, and Western Municipal Water District When rinsed down the drain or flushed down a toilet, fats, oils, and grease (FOG); prescription and over-the-counter medications and personal hygiene products can wreak havoc on the sewer system. Take these simple steps […]

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  • Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce Announces Four Elected Board Members

    2018 Newly Elected Board of Directors: Leslie Doherty, Leslie A. Doherty & Co., PC BJ Fazeli, Fazeli Cellars Winery Jeff Kurtz, Promenade Temecula 2018 Board of Director Incumbent: Soledad Escobedo, Pacific Western Bank “I want to offer my congratulations to the individuals who have been elected to our board and who will be representing the […]

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  • Temecula’s ‘Twas The Lights Before Christmas’ Home Decorating Contest Applications

    “Even though our three children are grown, we all still pile into the SUV on Christmas Eve, now with coffee and the City Holiday Lights map in hand. It’s a tradition we have loved for almost 28 years.

    So, thank you to the tireless and talented participants who keep the spirit of the Holidays bright for the rest of us to enjoy. With much community pride, the tradition continues!”

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  • Caring, Sharing and Saving Lives This Christmas

    The overlooked and underprivileged children adopted are referred to us by Angel Tree a program of Prison Fellowship®, area schools and social services departments. COM also partners with local law enforcement and fire fighters; Cops for Kids, California Highway Patrol, U.S. Forest Service, community businesses and churches. Collaboratively we are bringing these children together for […]

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  • Senator Stone Receives Perfect Mark on ‘2017 California Chamber’ Vote Record

    CalChamber released the results of their 43nd annual vote record on November 3rd. “When the people of the 28th District elected me, I promised to support California businesses and the hard- working families that are the backbone of our state’s economy,” said Senator Stone. “I applaud CalChamber, and other groups, that help shine a light […]

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  • Senator Stone Receives “Champions of Manufacturing” Honor from CMTA

    “California legislative policies have a profound impact on manufacturing growth and investment in the State,” said CMTA President Dorothy Rothrock. “We commend the legislators who are demonstrating their commitment to manufacturing. It should be a high priority for all policymakers to make California competitive for new manufacturing investments.” Senator Stone applauded CMTA’s efforts to hold […]

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  • Rotary Club of Temecula Donates Holiday Meals to Over 250 Families

    The Holiday Basket program, Toy and Bike Drive, was started by Rotarian Bob Brown 20 years ago whose heart was changed when as a child his family received the generosity of his community with food and toys at a time when his family needed help. The Rotary Club of Temecula is made up of business […]

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  • Rotary Club of Lake Elsinore Installed Lending Library

    Not everyone has easy access to the public libraries, particularly which the closure of some smaller libraries. The lending library project provides ready access to books within walking distance. The “take a book, leave a book” approach supports education and literacy on a community level. The project was started by Rotarian Toss Bol in 2009 […]

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