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  • Don’t Let FOG Spoil your Holiday Cheer!

    Fats, oils, and grease (FOG) can be a big problem for homeowners, especially during the holiday season. With the large family meals being prepared, it is easy to forget that some of our favorite dishes can cause clogs, if sent down the drain. Foods, including meats, sauces, gravies, salad dressings, frostings, batter and butter can […]

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  • Santa’s Electric Light Parade

    Friday, December 2nd at 7:00pm Bundle up, bring your holiday cheer and join us to watch the parade as it travels south through Old Town beginning at the intersection of Del Rio and Jefferson. There will be floats that twinkle, holiday music from school marching bands and much more as we celebrate the holiday season. […]

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  • TVCC Announces Nine Elected Board Members

    The Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the election of nine members to their 2017 Board of Directors. The ballots sent to chamber members in October resulted in the election of five incumbents and four newly elected members. Their terms will commence at the January 2017 Board Meeting. 2017 Newly Elected Board […]

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  • Temecula Business Women’s Connection (TWBC) Raises over $6,000 for Homeless

    The Temecula Women’s Business Connection is proud to announce our recent “TWBC Holiday Open House with Heart” raised $6,009.00 for local non-profit, Project Touch, who serves homelessness. Over 30 women, members of TWBC, wanted to make a difference by hosting the recent “heart fundraiser” and donating all proceeds to a local charity. Over 60 businesses […]

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  • Rancho California Water District Launches New Crop Conversion Program

    As local farmers begin to make plans for the upcoming growing season, the Rancho California Water District (RCWD/District) is lending a helping hand. The District’s newly created CropSWAP program provides financial assistance for agriculture customers who convert high water use crops to lower water varieties. This will not only save water but will provide sustainable […]

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  • CarMax Hiring for Its Largest Location Nationwide in Murrieta

    CarMax, Inc. (NYSE: KMX), the nation’s largest retailer of used cars, selected the city of Murrieta as the location to build the company’s largest multi-purpose facility to date. The location will serve as a reconditioning hub that will feed inventory to several of the company’s stores in southern California. The location will also house CarMax’s […]

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  • Tips for Saving Water during the Holidays

    Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District (EVMWD) has a few tips for preparing your home for holiday meals and parties without running up your water bill. Even small changes can add up to big savings over the course of the holiday season. Consider thawing your turkey and other holiday dishes in the fridge, rather than under […]

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  • Safe Shopper Patrols

    Fortunately, the Murrieta Police Department will also be out there staffing extra dedicated patrols on bikes and in cars during the holiday season.  The goal for the Safe Shopper Patrols will be to deter those that might be tempted to break into vehicles and steal purchased gifts.  Officers will be out in force patrolling all […]

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  • Rotarians Save Thousands of Children in 3rd World Countries

    More children die of SAM each year than of HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria combined. But, on the brighter side, a global solution to SAM has been found. It is as simple as a jar of specially developed peanut butter known as “Ready-to-use Therapeutic Food” (RUTF). Project Peanut Butter (PPB), Together with colleagues Michele Lescane and Dr. […]

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  • PWR Announces Extraordinary Member Showcase

    At this meeting we will get to know select members in more depth. This meeting is always fascinating and creates a wonderful environment for networking. As always, members and guests are encouraged to meet for coffee or lunch outside of our meetings. Come join us at our meeting; then reconnect with that special woman whose […]

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  • Glass Doctor Murrieta Celebrates 10 Year Anniversary

    With 10 years of service in Murrieta, Temecula Valley and surrounding areas, Glass Doctor Murrieta has become a staple in the community. As the only local member of the Auto Glass Safety Council, Glass Doctor Murrieta is a trusted source for both Windshield Repair and Windshield Replacement. The Auto Glass Safety Council is the industry […]

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  • Dan Stephenson Speaker at Temecula Valley Learning Forum

    Construction has started with the European village consisting of three distinct and separate wineries – including a 40-room Italian villa style hotel with a European Spa.  The three wineries will be a French, Spanish, and Italian winery. When completed this complex will be one of the most spectacular winery operations in the world.  In addition, […]

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  • PWR Announces ‘The 5-Minute Networking Experience’

    What’s your definition of Networking?  If you attend networking events with the motive to sell, you will be frustrated and confused by the outcome.  And, you might alienate yourself from those could be a great referral source for you. Do you embrace, enjoy and attend with an open heart? Get involved in the group’s community […]

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  • Senator Stone: Seniors to Turn the Tables on Fraud

    State Senator Jeff Stone (R-Temecula) and the City of Lake Elsinore are hosting a FREE Senior Scam Seminar on October 14. One in five seniors has been a victim of fraud and seniors are the most targeted group. In addition, new scams are developed every day. A panel of experts will provide information to seniors […]

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  • 2,000 Flags Wave in Silent Tribute to Heroes

    More than 2,000 flags will wave in silent tribute to heroes in the Murrieta Rotary Club’s eighth annual Field of Honor, set to open November 5 in Murrieta Town Square Park. The increasingly popular event, honoring heroes nominated by local residents, is a visually stunning, awe-inspiring array of perfect rows of American flags.

    The event includes the Patriot Chalk Walk, Opening Ceremonies that honor first responders, Veterans Luncheon, Veterans’ Day Parade, and a Candlelight Ceremony and Concert.

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  • Women’s Peer Connection Welcomes Daniel Brincat as October Speaker

    Daniel Brincat, CYBER SECURITY AND INFO TECHNOLOGY SPECIALIST at Southwest Riverside County Associate of Realtors, will be the featured speaker at Women’s Peer Connection on Thursday October 13. Our lives are under the constant influence of online communication.  We are connected by our phones, our laptops, our desktops and our tablets. How secure are you […]

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  • Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce Presents the Ultimate Business Mixer & Expo

    The Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce will host the Ultimate Business Mixer & Expo, Wednesday, October 19th from 5:00pm to 8:00pm at the beautiful Galway Downs. Sponsored by Pechanga Resort & Casino Corner Bakery Café and Temecula Valley Hospital, this networking event will provide the opportunity for businesses to foster new relationships, and build business […]

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  • The Temecula Valley Learning Forum to Feature John Kelliher as October Speaker

    John Kelliher is co-founder, along with his wife Kim, of two Temecula-based businesses: Grapeline Wine Tours, and Stryder Transportation. Grapeline, a Temecula Business of the Year in 2005 and 2014, provides wine tasting tours in Temecula, Santa Barbara, Paso Robles, Sonoma and Napa. Stryder Transportation provides executive and group transportation throughout Southern California, operating a […]

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  • Ribbon Cutting of New National Merchants Association Headquarters

    Mayor Pro-Tem Maryann Edwards, Senior District Representative Marie Joyce and board members of the Temecula and Murrieta Chambers of Commerce joined CEO Heather Petersen for the ribbon cutting of the new corporate offices of National Merchants Association. The event was held on Friday, Sept. 9th   at 43620 Ridge Park Drive in Temecula. VIPs who […]

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  • Legislative Summit – “2016, a Pivotal Year for California.”

    Hear from local professionals on topics including the Military issues and March Air Force Base, infrastructure, water issues, State of the State, County budget, public safety, environmental regulations, and zoning of Wine Country. Keynote speakers include: Congressman Duncan Hunter, California’s 50th District Senator Jeff Stone, California 28th Senate District Supervisor Chuck Washington, Riverside County Board […]

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  • September 11th Remembrance at Duck Pond

    On Sunday, September 11, 2016, the City of Temecula will host a memorial ceremony to honor those who lost their lives in the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. 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 […]

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