Fallbrook Garden Club offers scholarship award

Any graduating senior or college student with a permanent address in Fallbrook and pursuing a course of study related to objectives of the Fallbrook Garden Club is eligible to apply for the 2004-2005 award offered by the club. Applications are available at the Fallbrook High School career counseling office, the Agriculture Department and at Ivy […]

Fallbrook Hospital Auxiliary offers scholarships

The Fallbrook Hospital Auxiliary is currently accepting applications for scholarships from high school seniors living within the Fallbrook Union High School District whose post-graduate studies will prepare them for a career in healthcare. Also eligible to apply are former FUHSD students who are already majoring in healthcare programs, and persons who have previously received scholarship […]

Local girls, moms attend 13th annual Adelante Mujer conference

SAN MARCOS — Approximately 1,200 Latina girls and their mothers, including nearly 200 from Fallbrook elementary and high school districts, workshop presenters and volunteers attended the 13th annual Adelante Mujer conference at Cal State San Marcos, the single largest gathering of Latinos in North County. The North County Latinas Association, an all-volunteer organization of women […]

Retired teachers participate in community swap meet

The public is invited to visit the display tables of California Retired Teachers at the swap meet on Sat., April 9, from 7:30 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Fallbrook Community Center. There will be useable household items for sale. Each year the retired teachers use proceeds from the sale to provide grants to active […]

PTA presidents meet about Arts in Park

FALLBROOK — On March 16, Fallbrook PTA presidents met with Mike Choate, superintendent of Fallbrook Elementary School District. There was much excitement at the meeting as they planned their individual crafts for Arts in the Park, to be held April 24 at Live Oak Park. Mr. Choate advises attendees that there will be bus service […]

Sage Meadow students complete ‘Expert Projects’

FALLBROOK — The children at Sage Meadow Elementary School recently completed the school’s very popular “Expert Projects” with a fair attended by family, friends and community members. Expert Projects are somewhat similar to science fairs, with the exception that the students can pick any topic to study. This year’s topics ran the gamut from monster trucks to […]

Spanish class in Spain

This week the Bonsall Charter is on spring break! That’s right: the common student’s ace in the hole. This year as an added bonus BCAL’s Spanish class — yes, we have one — is going to Spain (me included). A few of the cities that will be visited are Seville, Granada and the capitol city […]

St. Peter’s continues winning ways

FALLBROOK — The month of March was a winning month for St. Peter’s Catholic School. In addition to their admirable performance earlier in the month at the San Diego Diocese’s Academic Decathlon, St. Peter’s has garnered several more prestigious wins. The Serra Club sponsors an essay contest every year at St. Peter’s and this year […]

Stiles: 30 years of perfect attendanc

FALLBROOK — Tom Myers, president of the Fallbrook Kiwanis Club, recently presented Paul Stiles with a “Perfect 30-year Attendance” certificate. Mr. Stiles was a founding member of the chapter. To have perfect attendance, a member must attend every meeting of the club or attend another Kiwanis Club meeting to receive credit for the absence. Paul […]

Career day scheduled for AAUW Avid girls

The AAUW mentors and the AVID girls of Fallbrook High School will present a Career Planning Day featuring members and guests who have had or are currently engaged in a career. The event will take place April 13 at 1 p.m. at 2568 Dos Lomas. A variety of careers will be featured, such as legal […]