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Information Sessions Scheduled for Business Degree program through MSJC and CSUSM!

Information sessions about the Mt. San Jacinto College/California State University San Marcos Business Degree Program are scheduled through the month of July.The sessions will answer questions potential students may have about the MSJC/CSUSM program that will help students earn a bachelor’s degree in business in four years. The Business Administration program starts in fall 2014 and will be held at MSJC’s Temecula Education Complex 2.

 Information sessions will be held at TEC 2, 43200 Business Park Drive in Temecula.

 

June 4, 2014 – Wednesday

First Session: 4:30 p.m.

Second Session: 6:00 p.m.

June 23, 2014 – Monday

First Session: 4:30 p.m.

Second Session: 6:00 p.m.

June 27, 2014 – Friday

First Session: 4:30 p.m.

Second Session: 6:00 p.m.

July 12, 2014 – Saturday

One session only: 11:00 a.m.

July 17, 2014 – Thursday

First Session: 4:30 .p.m.

Second Session: 6:00 p.m.

The program will provide students with a seamless transition from the community college level to the four-year university level, save money through a four-year completion rate and boost success by using a cohort-based model that sends fulltime students through the program as a group.

Students must be prepared for college-level math and English. Visit www.msjc.edu/CSUSMbusiness or call 951-487-3409.

Riverside California Federation of Woman’s Club to honor Larry McAdara June 14, 2014, for his outstanding community service

RIverside, CA ..Larry McAdara the director of the Riverside County Rape Crisis Center will be honored on June 14th by the Riverside California Federation of Woman's Club for his outstanding community service and contributions as director of the Riverside County Rape Crisis Center, in the “Faces Makes Places Program.” This will be one of the first events of its kind held in the state of California.To support this event we are reaching out to the community to ask them to purchase a ticket for themselves and/.or others.To purchase tickets which are $45.00 and include lunch, call 951-675-1378 or Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Tickets can also be purchased at www.eventbrite.com. Type in Faces Makes Places in the event section and click in city Riverside California, and the event will appear.“Faces Makes Places” is a part of the National  Federation of Woman's Club program (GFWC) outreach with the American Mural Project. The American Mural Project is a national project where a large national collaborative art piece is going to be created. Part of the art piece will also have installed various military pieces to honor our military active/inactive past and present, which will serve as a lasting tribute for their sacrifice and service. Visit  www.americanmuralproject.orgfor more information.Monies ‘raised from the event will be donated to the American Mural Project, as well as for local academic scholarships for both high school students as well as scholarships for the University of California Riverside (UCR) medical students.UCR Medical School is the newest medical school in the state of California in the last 40 years. The medical school was established to train more physicians to work and live in Riverside County.

MSJC’s Class of 2014 will Turn Tassels on May 30

Corrine Rutledge worked a variety of jobs for a few years after attending high school in Banning before she decided to return to Mt. San Jacinto College to earn her degree. Irvin Calderon, of Perris, was still in high school when he was encouraged to attend MSJC. Menifee resident Leslie Fairbairn signed up for MSJC’s nursing program when she decided it was time for a career change. All three students will move on to earn four-year degrees after they graduate from MSJC next week.MSJC will hold commencement for 1,093 students at 6 p.m. on Friday, May 30, 2014 at the Ramona Bowl Amphitheatre in Hemet.During graduation, the college will award 1,593 associate degrees and 143 certificates for an impressive total of 1,736 combined degrees/certificates awarded. Many students earn more than one degree or certificate  or a combination. MSJC is encouraging its graduates to share their photos by using hashtag #MSJCGrad when posting updates and photos to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc. www.facebook.com/msjc.edu https://twitter.com/MSJCedu.MSJC graduating students Sarah Stebbings of Wildomar and Megan Kellenberger of Hemet will give their reflections during the ceremony. Hannah Dixon of Temecula will offer the Pledge of Allegiance and Ivelisse Porroa Garcia of Banning will serve her fellow students as the official Tassel Turner.For the second year in a row MSJC boasts three Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Transfer Scholarship winners: Irvin Calderon, Aaron Hansen, and Christopher Blake Leeper.

Menifee remembers Purple Heart Veterans on Memorial Day

Menifee, a newly designated Purple Heart City, is hosting a Memorial Day remembrance event to honor the men and women of the United States Armed forces who have died in military service to our country.The ceremony is scheduled for Mon., May 26 at 12 noon, at the Veterans Memorial in Wheatfield Park at the corner of La Piedra and Menifee roads. Military families along with the entire Menifee community are invited.The Memorial Day ceremony includes the posting of colors by the Paloma Valley High School NJROTC Color Guard and participation from the local chapters of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1956 and Oasis Veterans Club. The Master of Ceremony is Christopher Proctor, the new commander of the VFW chapter 1956, and the keynote speaker is Ed Yarbrough from the Oasis Veterans Club. The ceremony concludes with the distribution of flags for attendees to set around the Veterans Memorial.

Menifee celebrates the Audie Murphy Ranch Sports Park grand opening

The Audie Murphy Ranch Sports Park grand opening ceremony and party in the park, hosted by the City of Menifee and Brookfield Homes, is set for Sat., May 24 from 10 am to 2 pm. A brief ceremony and ribbon cutting begins at 10 am followed by a fun-filled day of free activities.The first pitch and inaugural baseball game begins at 10:30 am at the ball fields and features handicapable.players and their helpers from the Menifee Valley Little League Challenger Division. On the soccer field,Menifee Youth Soccer is hosting free youth soccer clinics throughout the day. Professional skaters and scooter riders will be showcasing their talents in Menifee’s new skate park at various times during the event.

In addition to the sporting activities, families can enjoy a rock climbing wall, kids’ jumpers, a balloon artist and refreshments. The tot lot and children’s play area, along with the picnic areas, will be open for the first time.“It’s a big day for the Menifee community,” said City Manager Rob Johnson. “We’ve been anxiously awaiting the opening of this beautiful new sports park, a much-needed amenity for our city’s youth and sports enthusiasts, and another great gathering place for the entire community.

Speed limit corrections to come on some Menifee streets

Menifee’s Public Works and Engineering department recently completed the city’s first speed survey to determine the “critical speed” on all major Menifee roads. The “critical speed” is defined as the speed at which 85 percent of the traffic is moving.Critical speed is used by traffic engineers to determine the correct speed limit on city streets, which is set to the nearest five mile-per-hour increment of the documented, certified critical speed.In order to enforce speed limits on city streets with radar or other electronic devices, speed studies must be completed every seven years to determine current and accurate critical speeds.

Speed limits must be updated based on speed study results and the approved speed limit (determined by critical speed) must be posted to be enforced.The recent adoption of the speed survey by Menifee City Council and the consequent changes to speed limits are certified as reasonable and safe for these street segments. Many existing posted speed limits remain unchanged. However, beginning early this summer there will be several newly posted speed limits, several speed limit increases and several speed limit reductions on Menifee streets. 

Tuesday, 27 May 2014 20:02

APRONISTA PARTY!

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APRONISTA PARTY! June 14, 2014 from 10:00 am - 1:00 pm.

Wear your favorite apron. Photos and media coverage. 

 At EARLE GIRL APRONS, 42030 Main Street, Old Town Temecula.  Raffles, giveaways, refreshments. 

 Call (310) 344-9565 / (951) 764-5747 for information or visit website www.earlegirlproductions.com 

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Menifee Home Town Beauty  to compete in Miss USA Contest

Former Menifee resident, Nia Sanchez, will be representing Nevada in the Miss USA Beauty Pageant as the reigning Miss Nevada USA 2014.  Nia won the Miss Nevada title in  January and is determined to be the first Nevada contestant to win the Miss USA title.Nia, who was born in Sacramento, California, moved to Menifee when she was eight years old with her father, David Sanchez and younger brother,  “Little” David Sanchez, Jr.   She graduated from Paloma Valley High School in 2008, where she won her first Crown as Paloma Valley’s Homecoming Queen.  Since then, Nia has won several other titles including:  Miss Citrus Valley, Miss Hollywood USA, and she was Second Runner Up in the Miss California Pageant. 

As a pageant contestant, of course you have to be a well versed public speaker.  Helping to hone her public speaking skills came from teaching groups of up to thirty students at her parents’ martial arts studio, Menifee Martial Arts Academy.  Nia is a Certified Instructor and has a Forth Degree Black Belt.Since graduating from high school, Nia has been a regular globe trotter.  She has been to twelve different countries ranging from Dubai to the Great Wall of China.  When Nia finally landed from all of her travels in 2012, she touched down in Las Vegas, Nevada.  Be sure not to miss cheering on Menifee’s very own Nia Sanchez on The Miss USA Contest which will be televised from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on June 8th 2014 at 8pm on NBC.  ALL OUR BEST NIA!!!!!

 

From Tree Trunks to Asphalts, Temecula's Street Painting & Art Festival is Colorizing Old Town

TEMECULA STREET PAINTING AND ARTS FESTIVAL.ADDING COLOR TO OLD TOWN FROM TREE TRUNKS TO ASPHALT

TEMECULA, CA – Fine artists of all ages will be colorizing  Old Town Temecula during the Street Painting and Arts Festival,  June 20-22. Artists will start their works of art on Monday June 16 and continue throughout the week, while street painters and muralists will begin Friday even, June 20th.Plein air is a French expression, meaning "in the  open air" or painting outdoors.  Plein air artists begin painting Old Town Temecula scenes on canvas and paper,  Monday, June 16,   while string artists  decorate  benches, trees, the gazebo,  and other objects at Sam Hicks Memorial Park.  Titled Yarn Splash,  the string  projects  will be completed Saturday,  June 21. The yarn art remains  in place  through August 24. 

This is a first-time event within the Temecula Arts Festival and is hosted by the Temecula Valley Museum.  For information call (951) 694-6450. Plein air artists paint with oils, water color, pastels and acrylics, through Sunday, June 22. French Impressionists Claude Monet, Camille Pissarro and Pierre-Auguste Renoir advocated en plein air painting and much of their work was created en plein air. Temecula's plein air festival is inspired by Ralph Love, a popular California plein air artist who lived and taught in Temecula. His Art Shack was located where Baily's Old Town Dining is now located. The courtyard at Baily's is named in Love's honor as is the Plein Air Festival. Artwork completed during the Ralph Love Plein Air Festival will  be on display in the Temecula Civic Center, 41000 Main Street,  Saturday and Sunday.  

Muralists, pastel artists, and painters cover the black top of Main and Mercedes Streets at Town Square Park, with vibrant pastel paintings.  With asphalt as their canvas,  street painters have been painting Old Town Temecula's streets for 14 years.  Artists come from as far away as Arizona and Washington to participate in Old Town's Street Painting Festival. Over 140 artists painted 92 murals in 2013. Each year the event grows larger.

Monday, 26 May 2014 20:10

SAVE THE DATE

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SAVE THE DATE
BOSTON BILLIE’S
JUNE 15TH FATHER’S DAY
10:00 AM  - 2:00 PM
CHAMPAGNE BRUNCH
Boston Billie’s starting weekly
Sunday Champagne Brunch
Brunch will feature an array of:
Traditional Breakfast Items
Salads:
Hot Entrees:
Desserts:
Beverages:
Reservations will be required:951-679-1756
Boston Billie's has been serving the Menifee/Sun City area for 25 Years.

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