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PELTZER FARMERS MARKETHome of the famous Temecula Wine Country Pumpkin Patch is now going to be open Saturday mornings to host a community farmers market for all your fresh fruit and vegetable needs.
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We want to wish everyone a season of thankfullness. May it last all year-long!
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It’s that time of year again when we are reminded (very briefly before being slammed with “buy this, buy that” Christmas syndrome) that we should take stock of our lives and give thanks.
I must say that I am suspect of needing the reminder. And sad that this is a custom for only once per year. I think that this year I will put “be thankful” as a line item in my New Year’s resolutions. Maybe that will help.
So as I sit at my computer on this beautiful 70 degree day of sunshine in Temecula, California I am quietly going to give thanks to God and share with you what I am thanking him for;
My loving family (every single one of them), good health, great weather and a safe place to live.
I could go on and on but this is it in a nutshell. So what are you thankful for right now?
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Compliments of the City of Temecula…
Chutes & Ladders Party!
Spin the wheel and try to be the first family to reach 100 at our GIANT Chutes & Ladders party! Win races and challenges and move up the ladder. Think hard before answering puzzles so you don’t go down the chutes. This is a one-of-a-kind party you don’t want to miss. Pre-registration is strongly recommended.
When: Friday September 23rd
When: Friday September 23rd
City Wide Clean-Up
TEMECULA RESIDENTS ONLY
Saturday, May 7, 2011
8:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Chaparral High School
27215 Nicolas Road
The City of Temecula and CR&R are sponsoring a program to help you dispose of household waste and large miscellaneous debris that can’t be placed in your trash bins.
Proof of residency such as a California Driver’s License, California ID Card, recent utility bill, or property tax statement is required.
For more information on what will be accepted or what NOT to bring Click the Link HERE
Today is a good day to remind myself what I am thankful for, specifically about living in Temecula. I am thankful for:
- Great schools and even better teachers
- Clean air and blue skies
- Breezy afternoons and ample sunshine
- Being an easy drive to the big cities, mountains or beaches
- A large, visible police force
- A lack of graffiti and violent crime
- Beautiful neighborhoods and affordable housing
- An abundance of parks and golf courses
I’m thankful that my kids still say the pledge of allegiance in their school and that I can enter without passing through a metal detector. I can still talk to my banker without looking through bulletproof glass. Miles and miles of vineyards turning fall colors right now and crisp sunrises with hot air balloons in the background…
What are you thankful for about where you live?