Village News - Also serving the communities of De Luz, Rainbow, Camp Pendleton, Pala and Pauma

TVHS is now an evacuation center, Great Oak is next if needed.


Last updated 10/23/2007 at Noon

Terri Keim, director Circle of Care is coordinating meals for both

shelters. Currently asking for donations of diapers, non perishable

grocery items, toiletries and new clothing. her number is 951 973-3582

Pala, Rincon, La Jolla Indian Reservations are being evacuated to

Temecula, many residents have been evacuated many times in the last 2

days. Others are fleeing with only the clothes on their backs.

Sparkletts water has donated truckload of water to the shelters

Private citzens are donating non perishables, gatorade, water,

juice-Temecula city workers are assisting the shelters.

Great Oak is currently being monitored by local law enforcement, if

evacuations are required parents will be notified by phone, students

walking will be bussed out to safe location.

Fire has shifted and making way back toward Pala/Great Oak expecting

many more evacuees.

Over 100 animals are now being cared for by Animal Friends of the

Valley, Target supplying dog food.

Starbucks, Olive Garden and Costco donating food items.

Many residents complaining about the lack of TV information and

uncertainty of where to go. Some couldn't find location in Temecula.

According to residents, Rincon, Pauma and Pala fires not even



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