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Senior golfers sought

FALLBROOK – Anyone over the age of 50 who likes to play golf is asked to consider joining the Fallbrook Seniors Golf Group. The group plays each Tuesday at various courses in north San Diego County. The group is as much a social club as a golf club as it presents a summer party, a […]

2017 Fallbrook Community Read tickets now available

FALLBROOK – Tickets for the 2017 Fallbrook Community Read and Fundraiser are now on sale. Best-selling author Ann Patchett will speak about her latest book, “Commonwealth”, on Saturday, May 6 at 6:30 p.m. at Fallbrook Library. Information, reservations and tickets are available at www.fallbrooklibraryfriends.org or at the Bottom Shelf Bookstore at 124 S. Mission Rd. […]

Fallbrook Chorale starts rehearsals Feb. 22

FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Chorale is starting to rehearse for this year’s spring program and concerts. The Chorale, under the direction of Danny Lang and accompanists Jean Dixon and Patti Lang, encourage anyone who is looking for a fun and enjoyable way to give back to the community and loves to sing to join them […]

Special Olympics Basketball to start new season

FALLBROOK – Jeremiah’s Ranch Special Olympics Basketball will a new season on Feb. 10. Practice will be on Fridays from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Christ the King Lutheran Church, 1620 S. Stage Coach Ln. Special Olympics is open to all individuals with special needs age 14 and older. Contact Linda White (760) 805-5214 […]

Assembly Minority Floor Leader Marie Waldron appointed to committees

SACRAMENTO – Assembly Member Marie Waldron, R-Escondido, announced Jan. 20 that she has been named to the following committees for the 2017-2018 session: Arts, Entertainment, Sports, Tourism and Internet Media, Vice Chair Assembly Ethics Health Local Government, Vice Chair Assembly Rules Governmental Organization “It’s great to receive my committee assignments and get to work on the issues […]

Live Oak Dog Park to be open six days a week

Live Oak Dog Park to be open six days a week

FALLBROOK – Tails are wagging around the Live Oak Dog Park because the San Diego County Park and Recreation Department has granted a sixth day for the dog park to be open – Tuesday. Beginning Jan. 3, Wednesday will be the only day the dog park is closed. Park committee members believe the extra day […]

Firefighters raise funds with Turkey Bowl

Firefighters raise funds with Turkey Bowl

FALLBROOK – On Nov. 20, members of the Fallbrook Firefighters Association played the North County All Stars, a San Diego women’s tackle football team, in a friendly game of flag football to raise money for the families of two slain police officers in Palm Springs. “Turkey Bowl 2016 was a success!” said Joshua Kortekaas, a Fallbrook […]

The Fall Show opens at the Z Café

The Fall Show opens at the Z Café

BONSALL – A new exhibit of three different artists began on Nov. 1 and will run  through Jan. 30, 2017. To celebrate and reconnect with old friends, there will be a reception on Saturday, Nov. 12, from 3 to 5. The Z and its artists look forward to seeing everyone. Darlene Seale is an artist, illustrator, and surface designer.  Her art […]

Local couple wins gold in St. George, Utah.

Local couple wins gold in St. George, Utah.

GEORGE, UT – This year at the 30th anniversary of the Huntsman World Senior Olympic Games, Fallbrook residents Roger and Carolyn Mathes were awarded gold medals for the 65-70 mixed doubles tennis event at the USTA sanctioned tournament. Athletes ages 50 and older came from 77 countries to compete in 27 athletic events from Oct. […]

Locals fight against litter

Locals fight against litter

FALLBROOK – After two months of cleanup, one neighborhood is about halfway done cleaning up litter and illegally dumped furniture and trash. Jan Scott, a Fallbrook resident, commended Zeke Maldonado from the Bonsall Road Station and road crew for their work. In addition, she is grateful to the Odd Fellow Cemetery crew for cutting back […]

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