Help raise funds, meet Reality Stars and support a great charity!
APRIL 7TH , 8TH and 9TH
REALITY RALLY FESTIVAL
“Fun for Funds”
for Michelle’s Place Breast Cancer Resource Center
Come One, Come All to the Reality Rally Festival
Temecula City Hall Square and Grounds
41000 Main St Temecula, Ca 92591
2016 date, Saturday, April 9th 4 pm – 9pm
For More about Living in The Temecula Valley visit our real estate site or give us a call, email or text firstname.lastname@example.org and (951) 522-0518
This Saturday, October 3rd, 2015 7am to 1pm
Neighborhoods off of Temecula Parkway (79South) just past Butterfield Stage Road on the right hand side. Follow the black and gold garage sale signs!
Want to buy or sell a home with a team that gives back to the community? Give us a call, text or email to get started at (951) 522-0518 or email@example.com
Take Me For A Walk!
The American Cancer Society is hosting a Canine Event to Fight Cancer this weekend in Temecula, California called BARK FOR LIFE
Sunday, August 30th, 2015 at the Ronal Reagan Sports Park from 8am to 11am
It’s a non competitive walk with your canine companion to raise funds and awareness in the fight against cancer. Registration is $ 25.00 per dog. All dogs must be on a leash.
Southwest Riverside Small Business Seminar & Resource Expo
“Strategies for Success in Today’s Economy” Friday, August 21, 2015 9am-2:30pm
Temecula Conference Center 41000 Main Street, Temecula *Free Parking at Civic Center Parking Garage
REGISTER ONLINE AT www.boe.ca.gov/seminars OR CALL 1-888-847-9652
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Tagged Community Events, French Valley Winchester, Helping Others, Lake Elsinore, Menifee, Murrieta, Small Business, Temecula News & Safety
20+ Families Participating Today in the communities of:
Temecula Creek, Berringer Creek and Oak Creek
7am to 1pm Follow the black and gold signs!
From Temecula take Temecula Parkway East (Away for the freeway), after crossing Butterfield Stage Road- the neighborhoods are on the right hand side.
“A Teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops.” –Henry Adams
As teachers continue to face school budget cuts and are forced to make do with limited resources, Teacher Appreciation has more meaning than ever in Southern California. In honor of Teacher Appreciation Week, May 5-9, 2014, the SoCal Honda Dealers and the Guys in Blue will once again be celebrating the efforts of five deserving school teachers and role models who go above and beyond to ensure their students have an unforgettable, meaningful school experience, and whose impact goes well beyond the classroom.
The Helpful Honda teams will surprise winning teachers in their classroom or during a school assembly throughout the week in Huntington Park, Carson, Anaheim, Granada Hills and San Bernardino. Based on the teacher’s unique strengths and academic efforts, each winner will be presented with much needed technology, art supplies, reading materials and more, to help them further their high-impact Helpfulness in classrooms.
Residents can discover the winners on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/SoCalHondaDealers and check out
Celebrating teachers who make a difference is one of many ways the SoCal Honda Dealers are giving back to communities across Southern California and continuing their commitment to helpfulness. Since January, the Guys in Blue have: surprised thousands of residents with complimentary roses on Valentine’s Day; volunteered with numerous organizations such as blood donation centers and food banks to be Helpful After the Holidays; helped over 250 four-legged friends find two-legged ones with Helpful Honda Pet Adoption events across Southern California, and more. Residents have likely also spotted Blue Shirts around their community doing other acts of helpfulness – such as cleaning up local parks and beaches, helping people carry their groceries, providing umbrella escorts and handing out water, tissues and chapstick. To-date, Helpful Honda has visited over 11,000 locations to lend a hand to residents in the most unexpected ways … It’s really their job to be Helpful!
OUR TEAM NAME in honor of the daughter (Jillie) of friends that asked us to walk with them.
We were invited to participate in this walk by friends whose young daughter (Jillie) is living the day to day demands of Type 1 Diabetes. Honestly I had not heard of this organization prior to a few weeks ago when we agreed to walk and help fundraise. Now that I have experienced the group first hand I will always be a fan.
What a beautiful way to spend a Saturday morning. Crisp and clear blue skies in the 60’s, walking a 5k on a trail along beaches with an over view of Lake Elsinore out of the Storm Baseball parking lot. There were hundreds of people, all ages surging at various speeds in front of us and behind us. Fundraising teams of families and friends turned out in a myriad of personalized shirts, colors and themes.
To learn more about the organization, make a donation or learn how their fundraising and advocacy is changing the lives of people in every community visit www.jdrf.org and maybe we’ll see you next year at the walk!