Kerley and Schuette receive Kiwanis Club awards

Larry “Mac” McLeland, Governor of the California-Nevada-Hawaii District of Kiwanis International, presented Distinguished Service Awards to Vice President Cathy Kerley and Secretary Walt Schuette during a recent visit to Kiwanis Division 37. Both Kerley and Schuette are members of the Kiwanis Club of Fallbrook in Division 37. Liz Ferguson, Lieutenant Governor, Division 37, hosted the […]

Staff appreciation dinner held

FALLBROOK — The staff of Fallbrook United Methodist Church was recently given a dinner and thanks for their devoted services. There were 37 for dinner at Mary Bell’s home. Mrs. Bell’s three grandchildren — Lauren, 12, Nicole, 10, and Rachael, 8 — served the dinner. Also assisting the Bell girls was Bridget Harrison, 12. The […]

State tax filing simplified for many

Nearly a third of California taxpayers, including some families earning up to $200,000, can now file their income tax using the state’s simplest tax form, the 540 2EZ. Also, this year via ReadyReturn the state will actually fill out a return for a select group of taxpayers, according to the Franchise Tax Board. “Filling out […]

Myers visits Thailand

FALLBROOK — Pastor Tom Myers of Fallbrook First Christian Church and his wife, Sharon, just returned from a three-week visit to Thailand and India. The Myerses visited Bill and Reba Harrison, who have been missionaries for 30 years in Chainy Mai, Thailand. Mrs. Harrison is Tom Myers’ sister. They also visited Delhi, India, and went […]

Edward Jones investment representatives never stop training

Kent Borsch of the financial services firm Edward Jones hasn’t completed his training yet. That’s because the training program at Edward Jones is ongoing throughout an investment representative’s career. “At Edward Jones, my training began on day one and hasn’t stopped,” Borsch said. “That’s one of the things that initially drew me to the firm. […]

Saving clients money on insurance is Rochlis’ goal

A conversation about the complexities of health insurance is what began Craig Rochlis’ career as a broker in the field. Unlike many agents, Rochlis only sells insurance for health — not life, auto or homeowner. By doing this, he has the ability to focus on all the little nuances and have a better understanding of […]

Pala Mesa is generous with amenities

Pala Mesa Resort is listening to its guests and meeting planners by including many of its services and amenities in the room rate instead of adding it on in the form of surprise surcharges, resort fees or parking charges. “The Pala Mesa Resort has never had a resort fee or charged guests for parking, but […]

County seeks input from community

The County of San Diego Department of Parks and Recreation this weekend will distribute a community wide needs assessment via US Mail to more than 60,000 residents in the Fallbrook, Spring Valley and Lakeside communities. The objective of the needs assessment is to gather public input to help guide development of future recreation programs and […]