Spring Break is here!

Congratulations to our girls basketball team! They are currently 3-2 for the season and doing quite well. The team has played some pretty tough opponents, such as San Marcos and Olive Hill. Let’s all go to the next game and support Potter Jr. High’s girls basketball team. We had another great fine arts event at […]

Sullivan takes second in academic decathlon

Congratulations to the Sullivan Middle School Academic Decathlon Team! Members Taylor Bashara, Matt Kabrel, Ryan Victor, Matt Day, Bryan Flynn, Raj Dharmapal, Beau Albright, Kelsey Meier, Miranda Kennedy, Derek Fletes, AJ Sanchez, Daniel Lusher, Kellen Shanahan and Brennan Fagrell brought back the second place prize for their outstanding efforts. The end results were a tie, […]

Soroptimist seeks scholarship applicants

Applications are available for the 2005 Soroptimist International of Fallbrook scholarships. Soroptimist is offering three scholarships this year to local high school seniors. Students must be graduating from Fallbrook Union High School, Ivy High School or Oasis High School and must reside in the greater Fallbrook area. The Education Scholarship is a $2,000 two-year award […]

Fallbrook Girl Scouts learn about cultures

FALLBROOK — Fallbrook Girl Scouts Service Unit, led by Debbie Mericle, recently celebrated World Thinking Day. Thinking Day is a time of Girl Scouts and Girl Guides to celebrate international friendship and world peace. Troops come together representing different countries and offering foods, arts, crafts, skits, songs and dances. The girls in this community love […]

Women’s History Month award winners

FALLBROOK — In honor of Women’s History Month, eighth grade students in Janis Fountain’s American History classes at Potter Jr. High took part in a writing contest titled “Amazing American Women.” Nearly 200 students did research and wrote two- to three-page essays on American women from the past and present. The writing contest was sponsored […]

Huber completes Eagle Scout project

FALLBROOK — Cameron Huber of Boy Scout Troop 737 recently completed his Eagle Scout project. The project was to design, build, paint, and mount five display boxes for the front of the building of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post. The VFW has been the charter organization for troop 737 for 60 years. These boxes […]

Computer classes offered

SeniorNet offers free computer classes. Recently, an overflow crowd took advantage of a free class offered by Fallbrook SeniorNet Learning Center. The class, “PC Maintenance,” was instructed by Ted Kubitz and Russ Hatfield. SeniorNet is now accepting applications for the spring session. Classes offered are: “Introduction to Windows XP,” “Introduction to the Internet and E-Mail,” […]