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-30- An Editor’s Notebook



 

 

VC Cemetery District board has two openings. If you live in VC and are interested in serving, you can apply! Contact Carolyn Kurtz at 760-749-7868. The board’s meeting times have changed. They now meet at the Valley Baptist Church, 30053 Miller Rd., on the second Tuesday of each month at 10 am. The public is always welcome.

The district has a pile of free fill dirt for the taking. Talk to Jeff Haack, superintendent at the Cemetery (28953 Miller Road) at 760- 749-1186 Mon-Fri, 9 a.m.-noon.

Kurtz tells me the district wishes their grass was greener, but that like everyone else, they have to comply with the restrictions on water usage.

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NEARING THE GOAL—Valley Center Walk for Life Marketing Chairman Sharon Briscoe says the group is making a final push towards its goal of $100,000 for the year. “In 2014 we did not make our goal by August 31st. But we did raise $100,000 in the calendar year! We are currently ranked twelfth of over 125 Relays in our region for fundraising,” she said.

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PATRIOT DAY—Valley Center Fire Department will lead an observance of Patriot Day September 11 at Fire Station No. 1 on Lilac Road. The names of the 3,000 plus victims of the 9/11 terrorist attack will be read aloud by anyone who chooses to participate. The observance will include an honor guard. The September 11th remembrance event runs from 7–9 a.m. Anyone interested in reading names should contact the Department at 760-751-7600.

GOURDSTOCK—Gourdstock will return to Bates Nut Farm September 19–20

9 a.m.– 5 p.m. The event is hosted by San Diego County Gourd Artists and California Gourd Society groups. It celebrates all-things-gourd and includes demonstrations, competition and exhibits on Saturday and Sunday. The festival is open to the public; admission and parking are free.


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