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  • State Treasurer Ma visits Fallbrook

    Jeff Egkan, NCFPD Director, District 4|Updated Jul 18, 2024

    Our little "Friendly Village" recently had a visit from one of our state's most influential elected officials. On July 12, California State Treasurer Fiona Ma spent nearly the entire day in our community, meeting local elected officials from each of the community's special districts and school districts at a luncheon, touring an avocado packing facility, an avocado grove, two fire stations, and culminating in an evening wine tasting event hosted by the Fallbrook Democratic...

  • FUESD, FUHSD and BUSD to serve free breakfast and lunch

    Updated Jul 18, 2024

    FALLBROOK/BONSALL – Fallbrook Union Elementary School District, Fallbrook Union High School District and Bonsall Unified School District announce the policy for serving meals to students under the National School Lunch / School Breakfast Programs for the 2024/2025 school year. All students will be served lunch and breakfast at no charge at the following sites: Fallbrook Union Elementary School District: Fallbrook STEM Academy La Paloma Elementary Live Oak Elementary Maie Ellis Elementary Mary Fay Elementary Mike Choate Center...

  • Classical concert pianist Kay to perform in Fallbrook

    Updated Jul 18, 2024

    FALLBROOK – Friends of the Fallbrook announced a Freaney and Friends free concert will be offered Tuesday, July 23, at 1 p.m. in the Community Room at the Fallbrook Library. It will feature Kasey Kay, one of San Diego County's most beloved classical concert pianists. Kay returns to Fallbrook Library to treat her fans to some of Chopin's and Bach's most challenging compositions. Her virtuosity and interpretation keep her fans coming back. She has developed a reputation for b...

  • Michalke closes out Junior Dairy Goat Show career with 2 grand champions

    Joe Naiman, Village News Reporter|Updated Jul 18, 2024

    The San Diego County Fair's livestock breed shows allow exhibitors between the ages of 9 and 19 to show in the youth divisions while also allowing those youth to compete in the open divisions as long as the same animal is entered and shown in the junior show and the animal meets all open show entry deadlines and guidelines In her final year of youth eligibility, 19-year-old Taylor Michalke was awarded the Junior Dairy Goat Show grand champion of breed for both a LaMancha doe a...

  • 12U Warriors Baseball 'Live out a dream' in Cooperstown, N.Y., finish 6-1

    Updated Jul 18, 2024

    FALLBROOK – The 12U Warriors baseball team, including Hudson Dent, Louie Medellin, Gauge Johnson, Noah Wilson, Matty Bausch, Adrian Salgado, Liam Rafalski, Gavin Artesi, Hudson Riccardi, Tanner Smith, Mathieu Riperton, Talin Gray and Emmet Zink, lived out a childhood dream they started planning for two years ago with a trip to Cooperstown, New York, to play in the biggest and most popular 12U baseball tournament in the Country. A first for the small San Diego County town, t...

  • Mike Choate Early Education Center: Shaping the future of Fallbrook's youngest learners

    Updated Jul 17, 2024

    FALLBROOK – In the heart of Fallbrook, the Mike Choate Early Education Center stands as a beacon of nurturing and educational excellence for the community's youngest members. Serving three and four-year-olds, this esteemed institution is dedicated to fostering early academic and social skills through a comprehensive and inclusive approach that makes learning both fun and effective. At the core of the center's offerings are four California State Preschool classrooms and two s...

  • Rattlesnake Tank paint recognizes high school seniors

    Updated Jul 17, 2024

    FALLBROOK – For anyone who has ever wondered why the water tank up the hill from South Mission Road is painted with numbers each year, here's a little Fallbrook history. Every year, the Fallbrook Public Utility District changes the painted numbers on "Rattlesnake Tank" to reflect the year the incoming seniors at Fallbrook High School will graduate. FPUD staff just painted over the "24," changing it to "25," to welcome the next graduating class. The reason for the annual e...

  • Boys & Girls Clubs of North County to open teen center July 19

    Updated Jul 17, 2024

    FALLBROOK – The Boys & Girls Clubs of North County is excited to announce the opening of its new Teen Center on Friday, July 19. This one-of-a-kind Teen Center will occupy the club’s former administrative building located at 445 E Ivy St. just up the hill from the Ingold Clubhouse. The official ribbon-cutting ceremony, open to the greater community, will follow on Aug. 20, at 4:30 pm. The Teen Center will provide local teens with a safe and engaging space to hang out with friends and connect with positive role models. Cre...

  • John Richard Sill

    Updated Jul 17, 2024

    John Richard Sill, a retired naval aviator, Fallbrook avocado grower, and certified public accountant, died on Sunday, June 30 at his home in Provo, Utah. He was 90. Born in Los Angeles in 1933, John attended Horace Mann Elementary and Beverly Hills High School before entering Stanford University on an ROTC scholarship where he majored in Economics. On graduation from college, John joined the Navy and spent 20 years serving his country, from 1956 to 1975. He spoke fondly of se...

  • Garrick William Jones

    Updated Jul 17, 2024

    Garrick William Jones passed away on June 29 after a hard-fought battle with Leukemia. He was surrounded by family and an amazing group of friends. He is survived by his mother Sue, sister Stacy Huggins (Nathan), long-time partner and soulmate Jacquie Miller, and nieces Alyssa and Leila, and nephews Zack and Anthony plus aunts and uncles - Candy Gietzen (Richard) in Del Mar and her two daughters Cara and Christina and their children, Minnesota aunts Barbie and Janice and...

  • Talmadge Reid Cowan

    Updated Jul 17, 2024

    On Monday, May 27, 2024, Talmadge Reid Cowan passed away at the age of 93. Tal was a wonderful husband, father and grandfather as well as a Marine Corps Veteran. He had a life well lived and passed away from pneumonia. He was born in Maitland, Missouri. He married Linda Sue White in 1963. Both Tal and Linda got their first teaching jobs through the mail and moved from Missouri to Oceanside, California. A couple years later they both got jobs in Fallbrook at Potter Junior High...

  • Exciting changes happen at CTK Preschool

    Updated Jul 12, 2024

    FALLBROOK – Changes are taking place at Christ The King Lutheran Church Preschool. "We have revamped our preschool completely," explained CTK's Lead Pastor Brandon Way. "It is a play-based preschool." The preschool has a new director, Laura Humble, who has worked in early childhood education for more than 20 years. Humble said, "My greatest passion and joy comes from serving children ages zero to five, sharing the love of Jesus and helping them and their families as they n...

  • Potter Jr. High JV girls basketball team clinches Coastal Conference Championship

    Updated Jul 10, 2024

    FALLBROOK – The Potter "Braves" Middle School 7th grade girls basketball team completed an undefeated season and won the Coastal Conference Middle School Girls Basketball Championship. The Braves secured their title with a commanding 42-19 victory over Vista Innovation and Design Academy (VIDA) on May 29. The championship game showcased the Braves' strong defensive presence and suffocating full-court press, which allowed them to take an 18-8 lead at halftime. Offensively, B...

  • Summer brunch offers musical entertainment

    Updated Jul 10, 2024

    FALLBROOK – Fallbrook Women's Connection invites all families and children to attend a Summer Brunch in the ballroom of the Beverly Mansion at Grand Tradition Estates and Gardens, Friday, July 26 from 10 a.m. to noon, doors open at 9:15 a.m. The program will feature NVoice Studios Children's Show Choirs, directed by Sandra Kopitzke who will present their 2024 spring/ summer program entitled "Best Day of My Life" for our enjoyment. It features high energy songs of yesterday a...

  • Fallbrook STEM Academy honors high school graduates

    Updated Jul 10, 2024

    FALLBROOK – Fallbrook STEM Academy students honored Fallbrook High School graduates who arrived in cap and gown and celebrated their accomplishments Wednesday, May 21. The event was marked by enthusiastic participation from Fallbrook STEM Academy students, who welcomed the graduates with roaring cheers, high fives and signs bearing positive messages. The Fallbrook STEM students created an electric atmosphere, filled with excitement and pride as they celebrated the a...

  • Vicente wins scholarship

    Updated Jul 10, 2024

    FALLBROOK – Felipa Vicente Diego from Fallbrook High School won a Bill De La Fuente Scholarship. Diego and her family attended the 8th Annual Award Night on June 26 where she was awarded a Migrant Education scholarship in honor of Dr. Julian Nava, who was an American educator and loved helping the community. Vicente is attending Mira Costa College and plans to transfer to CSUSM to get her master's as a Spanish Teacher. Submitted by Migrant Education Program, Fallbrook High S...

  • Majewski has larger role at county fair with exhibit moved to outside

    Joe Naiman, Village News Reporter|Updated Jul 10, 2024

    Karla Majewski has the title of "Bug Wrangler" for the insect exhibit at the San Diego County Fair. In past years, the exhibit which includes non-insect invertebrates had been in the California Grown barn, but this year it was moved to the outside infield area known as "The Farm." "I'm able to take my bugging abilities to more of a back yard to educate people," Majewski said. Majewski was also involved in other aspects of The Farm. Kathy Wadham is the exhibit coordinator for...

  • Honoring special North County residents

    Supervisor Jim Desmond, 5th District|Updated Jul 10, 2024

    I wanted to take a moment to recognize some exceptional residents in North County whose dedication, resilience, and service have enriched our community. These individuals and groups have made North County an extraordinary place to live, and we are proud to present the 2024 State of North County award winners. Eric Weirather, the band director for Rancho Buena Vista High School, has been a guiding force in music education for 28 years. Eric’s unwavering commitment continues to...

  • Encore Social Club is 'Where the fun happens'

    Updated Jul 4, 2024

    FALLBROOK – Encore Social Club closed out its regular season on a high note with some great events. Members enjoyed a private showing of the musical "Lights, Camera, Action" at Vista's Broadway Theater. The afternoon started with drinks and appetizers followed by an entertaining performance that was enjoyed by all. Another highlight of the season was their annual fundraising event "Evening At The Auction." Guests enjoyed music, a dessert & coffee bar, and socializing in an e...

  • New T. Jefferson Parker thriller 'Desperation Reef' to launch at Fallbrook Library

    Updated Jul 4, 2024

    FALLBROOK – T. Jefferson Parker, former Orange County reporter turned New York Times bestselling author, is about to launch his 29th thriller, "Desperation Reef." Parker will be reading from and discussing "Desperation Reef" at Writers Read at Fallbrook Library, a monthly author series, on Tuesday, July 16, at 7 p.m. The library is located at 124 S. Mission, between Alvarado and Fig streets, and the book will be available for sale and signing. Parker's latest novel plunges t...

  • BUSD advances leadership

    Updated Jul 4, 2024

    BONSALL – The Bonsall Unified School District Board of Trustees is proud to announce that Superintendent Joseph Clevenger will be transitioning to a leadership role at the San Diego County Office of Education. A BUSD administrator for over seven years, Clevenger credits the incredible teachers, staff, board members, and Bonsall/Fallbrook/Pala/Oceanside/Vista community partners for the remarkable work done each and every day for this exceptional opportunity. The BUSD Board T...

  • Extended School Year and Migrant Summer School programs launch with exciting new initiatives

    Updated Jul 4, 2024

    FALLBROOK – The Extended School Year (ESY) program has begun, offering enriching educational experiences to 220 students, including those with disabilities and typical students. This year, the ESY program was hosted by La Paloma Elementary, San Onofre School, and the Mike Choate Early Education Center, operating five days a week from June 4 to July 1. The ESY program focuses on maintaining progress towards Individualized Education Program (IEP) goals through a dynamic O...

  • Blanket project teaches students to crochet

    Updated Jul 4, 2024

    FALLBROOK – Students at Fallbrook High School are joining a partnership with the Fallbrook Blanket Project and are learning to crochet. Volunteers from the Fallbrook Blanket Project are teaching the students the correct steps for successful crocheting. Students are earning community service credits with the completion of each 7x9 inch patch. These beautiful, crocheted patches will be then be joined to become a blanket. The Fallbrook Blanket Project will then donate these b...

  • Larry Kent Hale

    Updated Jun 27, 2024

    Larry Kent Hale, 85, of Fallbrook, California, passed away on June 11, 2024, at his home. He is survived by his life partner, Caroll Hiatt of Murrieta, California; son Mike (Jojo) of Scottsdale, Arizona; son Matthew (Kevin) of Amsterdam; grandson Liam of Scottsdale and three siblings, Vickie, Karla and Bub. He was preceded in death by his wives Colleen and Faye, and son Mark. Larry was born in Cass, Indiana, in 1938, grew up in Cass and graduated from Union High School in...

  • Free meals for students offered by FUHS

    Updated Jun 27, 2024

    FALLBROOK – Fallbrook Union High School has announced that they are serving free meals to students under the Seamless Summer Option from June 10 to July 18. All children 18 years of age and under are able to access breakfast and lunch at no charge at the following location: Fallbrook High School, 2400 South Stagecoach Lane. For additional information, contact Judi Reynolds, [email protected], 760-731-1601. Submitted by Fallbrook Union High School....

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