‘Mad Hatters’ enjoy lunch, plan fashion show

FALLBROOK — The Mad Hatters of Silvergate Retirement enjoyed a marvelous lunch out recently at Café de Artistes. Michael Calvanese, owner, and his staff treated the ladies like royalty, with great food and a wonderful presentation of the artwork within the café. The Mad Hatters is a newly formed Red Hat Society group with over […]

Angels assist worthy local programs

FALLBROOK — The April directors meeting of the Angel Society of Fallbrook was held at the home of Marylyn Miller with much discussion about the upcoming Society’s luncheon, to be held May 19 at the Grand Tradition, located in Fallbrook. Doors open at 11 a.m. and luncheon begins at noon. One of the opportunity items […]

Paul Kooyman honored

Fallbrook Union High School Senior Paul Kooyman was recently honored by President George W. Bush for his outstanding community service accomplishments. The award, which came in the form of a certificate and a letter signed by the President, was recently presented to Paul by Fallbrook Union High School Principal Ruth Hellams. Paul has been active […]

Journey to motherhood catalyst for career

Carrie Sandoval has always known that she wanted to be a mother. After two miscarriages and one stillbirth she was still determined to have children. Since I was not born with a “maternal instinct” I subjected her to a barrage of questions in order to attempt to understand what drove Carrie and her husband Michael […]

Moore nominated for Parent Volunteer Award

“Mary Moore is always an advocate for all children and an outstanding role model,” said Stacey Everson, director of special projects for the Fallbrook Union Elementary School District. “She is a guiding force within our educational community and we appreciate all the time, effort and dedication she has given so freely to our students, parents […]

Fashion and fun planned for BWC’s charity fashion event

FALLBROOK — Ready for an afternoon of great fashion and fun? On Friday, May 20, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., the Bonsall Woman’s Club will be present their second annual Charity Luncheon and Fashion Show at the Pala Mesa Resort, Cliff Terrace Room. Co-chairs of the event are Donna Shanahan and Geri Sides. This […]

Help breast cancer walkers by eating pizza

Love pizza or sandwiches and want to help a team of local ladies raise money for the Susan G. Komen Foundation’s Breast Cancer 3-Day Walk? Simply enjoy lunch or dinner at the new Killer Pizza from Mars in Fallbrook on Mon., May 9, or Mon., June 6, and owner Steve Mizell will donate 20 percent […]

FGMS to meet May 12

The regular meeting of the Fallbrook Gem and Mineral Society (FGMS) will begin at 7:30 p.m. at 123 W. Alvarado Street in Fallbrook on May 12. Dr. Robert Housley will be sharing news of recent finds of minerals such as tellurates from the Blue Bell and Aga Mines near Baker, paratacamite from the Noonday mine, […]

Project Wildlife seeks volunteers

Project Wildlife needs volunteers to care for injured and orphaned North County Wildlife. Volunteers can work at Project Wildlife Care facility or in their homes. Training and supplies will b provided. If you have a few hours each week to help give wildlife a second chance, please call (619) 449-4285 to schedule an orientation.

Forest Home Women to hold sale May 14

The Fallbrook Chapter of Forest Home Women’s Auxiliary will hold its annual Parking Lot Sale on Saturday, May 14, from 8 a.m. until noon at Albertsons, 1133 S. Mission Road in Fallbrook. A variety of items such as home furnishings, clothing, books, collectibles, tools and much more will be offered. The Forest Home Women’s Auxiliary […]