Senior Net a great program

The Fallbrook Health Care Foundation was founded in 1979 to support the hospital. Now, that hospital is a for-profit organization. The HCF has taken on many roles in support of the community. One of those functions is the Senior Net computer classes. Senior Net offers a friendly, low-pressure environment for seniors to learn computers. In […]

Small to fill Rainbow CPG seat

Alvin Small was appointed to fill the vacant seat on the Rainbow Community Planning Group. Small, whose appointment was confirmed by the San Diego County Board of Supervisors on a 5-0 vote March 22, will serve as the board member for Seat No. 9 for the term expiring January 5, 2009. He replaces James Beebe, […]

Team Women announce new Fallbrook chapter

FALLBROOK — Team Women founder Karyn Fagan announced last week that there will soon be a Fallbrook networking chapter added to the growing list of locations. Currently Team Women has chapters in Murrieta, Temecula, San Diego and Menifee. Outside the state of California, the chapters are nationwide. As mentioned, Team Women is currently forming chapters […]

Avoiding the arrogant Webmaster

Try mentioning the web to most small business owners and you’ll hear a litany of complaints. Not only are they not getting a piece of the web business pie, but the whole subject is incredibly frustrating. If they have a site, no one can find it. If they don’t have a site, they can’t figure […]

K Club meets with Kiwanis Club

The Fallbrook High School K Club attended a recent meeting of their sponsor, the Fallbrook Kiwanis Club. The students indicated their plans for college following graduation from Fallbrook High. Their plans for college included Amy Hansen, BYU, to be a teacher; Amber Bowman, USD, to be a pediatrician; Juan Gomez, UCSB, to study biology; and […]

‘Best Friends’ keeps pets comfy at home

Valerie Thompson, owner of Best Friends Pet & House Sitting Service, says, “There’s no place like home.” For pet owners who know their “best friends” rest more comfortably in their own surroundings, Valerie’s service is perfect. “Your pet hates to see you go, but if their surroundings and daily routine remain constant, they are much […]

Village News offers Web sites to public

FALLBROOK — The Village News, Inc. is going global! We are proud to extend our Web site development skills to the public so you can have your very own site for customers around the world to view. Internet sites of all features and sizes are available, from template-driven sites for a mere $10 a month […]

mall honored by Rally for Children

FALLBROOK — Louise Small recently completed two years as Rally for Children president. To thank and honor her, the group gave Louise a pashmina scarf. The scarf symbolizes the affection and hugs each member wishes to give her for her gentle leadership ways. This was Louise’s second two-year stint as chair (first 1995-97) and thus […]

Leland Hueser awarded 50th pin

Leland Hueser of Fallbrook was recently awarded a 50-year membership pin by Grand Masonic Lodge of Ohio. Leland is also a member of the Fallbrook Masonic Lodge and was presented the pin by Jerry Wolfforth, Inspector of Grand Masonic Lodge of California. The presentation was made in open Lodge with family and friends present.

Bonsall’s Straub Construction receives top award

WASHINGTON, DC — Straub Construction, Inc. received a top award Feb. 21 from Associated Builders and Contractors for its work on the Design-Build Missile Transport Bridge at Vandenberg Air Force Base, CA. Straub received first place in the Infrastructure/Heavy category in ABC’s Excellence in Construction Awards program held recently at ABC’s national convention in Orlando, FL. […]