Government Agencies

Senator Bill Morrow Office (760) 434-7930 “Check 21” Megan’s Law Sex Offender Database Now Available Online “The online Megan’s Law database is an important first step to better equip parents and concerned citizens by protecting our children against sexual predators. Much more must be done to ensure that our children are not placed in harms […]

Honorary Mayor

“My Christmas was blessed by the generosity of those who gave and the joy in the eyes of those who received the gift.” Each year, my husband Gary and I collect clothes and toys to help a village and their orphanage in La Mision, MX. We became aware of this village when our good friends […]

President’s Message

As the new president of the Bonsall Chamber of Commerce, one of my main goals to promote our businesses and help them obtain more exposure. I also think it is very important to see that our business owners are included in the overall plan for the future of this community. I’m hoping to create a more […]

Service Clubs

November and December were busy months for the Bonsall Woman’s Club ladies. The “Magic of Christmas” held at the Art & Cultural Center in Fallbrook was turned into a beautiful and wonderful room filled with Designer Christmas Trees, baskets filled with all types of gifts that anyone would love to receive. The Christmas Crafts Shoppe […]

Special Events

THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 2005 – 5:30 p.m. Once a month, one or two of our members hosts a Chamber Sundowner. The host provides food and a site for this friendly “mixer,” giving local business owners, residents, school and service club representatives an opportunity to meet together in an informal social setting. This is open to […]

2005 Bonsall Chamber of Commerce Executive Board and Directors

There are eleven (11) elected positions on the Bonsall Chamber board with a commitment to serve a three-year term. There is also an option to be a candidate for another three-year term with a limit of six years In November, the Chamber Board selects its own Executive Board for the next year. The new President […]

Legacy Endowment to award two grants

Legacy Endowment, the community foundation that manages individual endowments and disburses funds (as per the directions of the donor) for the benefit of the community of North San Diego County, has announced it has funds to be awarded for two separate grants to 501(c)(3) organizations (non-profits). The grants will be awarded for: 1. Handicapped assistance […]

Pearls: the queen of Gems

Since 1961, the American Pearl Company has specialized in natural pearls and imported cultured pearls from around the world. In the late 1960s, they opened an experimental pearl farming operation. After several million dollars and 25 years of research, in 1985 they harvested the first large commercial and marketable crop of American cultured pearls. By […]

Celebrate a new you for the new year

You and your friends are invited to attend the Fallbrook Women’s Connection Friday, January 21, from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Held at the beautiful Grand Tradition, 1602 S. Mission Rd., Fallbrook, Ann Schneider, owner of the Women’s Health Boutique in Escondido, will surprise us with easy steps for a new you. Wigs will be […]

Gregory Canyon

While Gregory Canyon Ltd. obtained approval for a solid waste permit for the Gregory Canyon landfill on December 14, 2004, from the California Integrated Waste Management Board, it has been learned that the company is three months behind on their loan payment to La Jolla Loans. In speaking with Jeff Lepore, a loan officer for […]

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