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This is one of the best golf tournments of the year complete with contests, raffles, giveaways, vendor, food and more! Best of all, the proceeds from the tournament will help Habitat for Humanity Inland Valley continue their great work in the valley. To register for the tournament online, visit www.habitativ.org/golfclassic, or call 951-296-3362.
Take Steps for Crohn’s & Colitis is CCFA’s largest fundraising event having touched over 240,000 people and raised nearly $60M to help further the Foundation’s mission.
Our Take Steps walks offer a wonderful day for family, friends and the community to celebrate all of the efforts that have been put forth in raising funds towards our mission. Our walk events are filled with live music, food, kids’ entertainment, educational materials, and, of course, wonderful exposure for our corporate partners. In 2014, more than 70,000 people joined us nationwide, helping us raise $11M.
82 cents of every dollar raised goes towards breakthrough research, public and professional education, and patient support services in communities across the nation.
Register Now. Join thousands of others in the fight against digestive diseases.
Walk Manager, Jackie Mizon (619) 497-1300 or email@example.com
For more information visit San Diego Take Steps for Crohn's and Colitis.
Join The Team!
Lace up your tennis shoes pack your tent and sleeping bag, and join the fun. Be a part of the American Cancer Society;s Relay for Life! Get a group of friends , family , co-workers, schools, churches or clubs togeteer as aRelay team and join us for 25 hours of fun, excitement, and an all-around good time. We'll have music, food contests, awardsand prizes. And, at the same time we will honor the courageous spirit of thos battling cancer. You don't have to be a track star to be a winner in this race for life. There are many events you can join like walking with Courageous Cancer Survivors , Camping out for A Cure , joining the Luinarias to recoginze your love ones (cancer survivors and those who lost their battle) during the evening of the event.
How Can you Help?
Form a team
Proudly walk The Lap of Hop , as a cancer survivor
Volunteer Your Time
Dedicate A luminaria
Be a Corporate or Individual Sponsor
*For more information vist Relay for life of Menifee!*
Sponsored by the Temecula Education Foundation, the Taste of Temecula Valley (TOTV) is held annually, rain or shine, on the last Saturday of April, located at Town Square in front of Temecula City Hall, Old Town Temecula. This event combines live performances from local and nationally-known entertainers with an opportunity to sample Temecula Valley’s finest foods, wines, and beers. Admission is $10 per person for ages 13+; children 12 and under are FREE. Each paid admission includes a complimentary “taste” ticket or commemorative wine glass. Guests may purchase additional “taste” tickets for $2 each and may stroll among a variety of booths to sample the best from area wineries, restaurants, microbreweries, and specialty vendors.
“Then, as now, we’re holding the Taste of Temecula Valley for the kids,” said Chairman Mark Katan. “This event is good for our local economy, and it benefits students in our district. With budget cuts and funding shortfalls, our schools need community support now more than ever,” he added. “The Foundation’s goal is to alleviate the fundraising burden from parents and administrators by planning events that benefit all schools in the Temecula district. Donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law, and monies raised will support education in the arts, sciences, and technology – areas that otherwise will suffer further decline,” Katan said.
The event actually has a history dating back more than 20 years. In the late 1980s, a food and wine tasting event was championed by the Community Recreation Center Building Foundation, resulting in the construction of the Temecula Community Recreation Center (CRC), now part of the 128-acre Ronald Reagan Sports Park. By resurrecting the popular taste event, the Temecula Education Foundation is following in its footsteps, this time targeting funding to benefit students in all TVUSD schools.
The Temecula Education Foundation is an all-volunteer, 501(c) 3 nonprofit corporation. For more information on sponsorship, booth space, or volunteer opportunities, contact Katan at (951) 283-5305. TOTV tickets are made available in late March/beginning of April through the Old Town Community Theater Box Office.
For more information visit Temecula Valley Foundation for Excellence in Education.
Paws for the cure is an event where dedicated humans and canines come together to raise funds and awareness for breast cancer, enjoy a walk with others, compete in fun dog contests and witness some amazing dog entertainment. A doggone FUN DAY for the entire family!
For more information visit www.komenie.org,or call 676-7465
Sample chocolate confections and great wine while helping out a great cause. Pechanga resort and casino hosts the Chocolate Decadence and Pechanga Wine Festival. Two days of sipping and learning about wines from 50 vintners, plus trying award-winning chocolate desserts and gourmet food from Pechanga's acclaimed chefs. Proceeds benefit Habitat for Humanity Inland Valley. Tickets are on sale now at Pechanga.com or by calling 877-711-2WIN. Must be 21 years or older to attend.
The Addams Family A New Musical Comedy booked by Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice
Music and Lyrics by Andrew Lippa
Old Town Temecula Community Theater42051Main Street Temecula CA 92590
More information visit: WWW.TemeculaTheater.ORG
Animal Friends Of The Valley is having there 11th Annual Wines For Canines & Kitties Wiens Family Cellars starting Saturday March 14. There wil be a gust speaker Ric Browde, A Fido Fashion Show, Chef Volkers Spring Buffet and Music by Lil Eddie Entertainment along with a Silent/Live auction.
Tickets are $50 each
Table of 10 $450
More information visit: www.AnimalFriendsOfTheValleys.Com
A NEW YEAR – A GREAT TIME TO
BEGIN OR EXPAND YOUR CAREER IN EDUCATION
MURRIETA, CA – (January 12, 2015)… A new year brings new opportunity, and there is no better time to take those first steps towards a better future by returning to school and pursuing or expanding a career in education.
Anyone interested in learning more about a career as a teacher, a guidance counselor or an administrator is invited to attend Azusa Pacific University’s free Graduate & Credential Information Meeting which will be held on February 26th from 5:45 – 7:30 pm at their Murrieta Regional Center located at 40508 Murrieta Hot Springs Road (next to Sam’s Club). A light dinner will be served.
Attendees will learn more about Azusa Pacific University’s graduate degrees and credential programs, admissions requirements, and application process. Attendees will also hear about financial aid, scholarship and grant opportunities.
Azusa Pacific University is WASC and NCATE accredited and is recognized among the nation’s best colleges by U.S. News & World Report and ThePrinceton Review. To RSVP call (951) 304-3400 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.