Alpine & Mountain Empire Chamber of Commerce

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Alpine’s Light Parade, Snow Festival nears

—- Get ready to light up with wheels, the family or pets for the 18th Annual Village Christmas Parade of Snow Festival on Dec. 6 in Presented by the Alpine Mountain Chamber of Commerce, any entry with holiday lights, bands, is welcome to join Claus as the glowing parade down Alpine Boulevard at p.m.

The popular march at the free Snow Festival real snow at the Alpine Town Center at 1347 Road. Celebrate with Claus, a Community Christmas free snow sledding, activities, crafters and vendors 10 p.m. “We invite to come to this popular event,” said Chamber Ben Everhart of Comfort Keepers. early. Bring your and enjoy the fresh air. at local country stores and our various types of cuisine.”

year’s sponsoring partners for the fun are Westcore Properties/Alpine Creek Center, Viejas Band of Indians, Kamps Propane, San Gas Electric, Iberdrola Renewables and the Twin Plaza.

There’s no parade entry Click here to get entry Hot chocolate and treats will be at the Snow Festival.

Non-food Festival vendor spaces are for $45.Click here to get vendor For more information about the Snow Festival or Alpine Empire Chamber of Commerce activities and opportunities, phone 445-2722, fax (619) 445-2871

Kiwanis golf event children’s hospital

Great and friendly players raised $10,000 at the 24th Annual Collier Miracle Mile of Golf Tournament for Rady’s Hospital! Hosted by the Alpine Foundation of the Kiwanis Club of —- a member of the Alpine Empire Chamber of Commerce, 80 golfers had a good time 8 on the links at the Admiral Baker Course in San Diego.

“It went extremely said Dick Brown, one of the Kiwanis tournament co-chairs. weather helped —- the found it very pleasant. is a very friendly course. The are very impressive and people comfortable.”

Co-Chair Bill thanked everyone who attended, the Kiwanis members who helped and “very generous golfers.” Grant, the former San Diego pitcher who is now their television auctioned off sports memorabilia well-known athletes at the awards and program.

“We had a good great crowd,” said Dave Truax.

The money be handed over to the hospital in of 2014 for one more special before it’s put to work for Pediatric Trauma Unit. said the money raised is into quarters first so from around San Diego can use the coins to compete in the Miracle of Quarters contest. Teams imaginative designs on the Red Carpet.

To learn more about the Mile of Quarters competition, the Kiwanis Club of Alpine and all its and events, phone (619) or (619) 445-1666 or visit .

Padre Dam’s park national awards

The Santee Recreation Preserve water of the Padre Dam Municipal Water has earned two national awards! The Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds presented its “Large Park of the and its “Plan-It Green” awards on 7 to the Santee Lakes Recreation

The awards were held at annual conference in Knoxville,

It’s a major honor for the as well as the Padre Dam Municipal District, a member of the Alpine Empire Chamber of Commerce. Park of the Year Award is competitive and to be considered one of the top two campgrounds is a accomplishment,” said Johnathan O. Santee Lakes’ parks and director. He said the award that the Santee Lakes Preserve at 9310 Fanita in Santee “has the best facility and customer service in the “It’s something that really proud of,” said. “We’re the only municipality that has won an award this. We work hard to have the best campground and regional park in the area.”

More than 600,000 enjoy the 191-acre park according to the Padre Dam district. It the park is self-sustaining, operated user fees, grants, and collaborations with community and organization partnerships.

“Sixty of our workers are volunteers,” Skinner Among other requirements, the Large Park award the Santee recreational area for its design, marketing plan and and management skills.

ARVC, represents the interests of private vehicle parks and campgrounds in the presented the Plan-It Green to the Santee preserve for five of work to make the park friendly. Seven lovely water lakes with all of recreational activity now mark a gravel mine site.

The preserve was created in 1961 to Santee’s wastewater and to send water from the Water Facility back into the for landscape irrigation. The process keeps polluted water running into the Pacific

The park now offers camping, boating, special events and trails. It’s also to 175 bird species. The addition of an photovoltaic solar RV storage using recycled water the lakes and performing planting and programs with community were among the tasks earned the Plan-It Award for the “Santee Lakes is honored to be by ARVC for the efforts of park and volunteers that keep Lakes at the forefront of green every year,” Skinner

Find out more about the Lakes Recreation Preserve and its by calling (619) 596-3141 or www.santeelakes.com .

Candidates for Honorary Mayor

advocate vies for Honorary

ALPINE —- Nina seeks the Alpine Honorary position because she thinks “can be influential in any capacity.” change people’s lives by how you and how you love them,” said “The Honorary Mayor’s fulfills that concept. I in helping people and the community. an artist and teacher and I step in the community needs me.”

Teacher tosses hat into Mayor’s race

Kindergarten Cheryl Irick likes to work every day at Creekside Learning Center, a school she as “a really magical That’s why, Irick she decided to raise money for public schools as a candidate for the Alpine Honorary Mayor Continued.

Fire chief for Honorary Mayor

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