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Angel Society donates to local projects

FALLBROOK – In its May board of directors meeting, the Angel Society approved donations to various local projects aiding youth and seniors totaling $10,000:

• Fallbrook Music Society – $3,000 – in support of its youth music education outreach program for the 2012-2013 fiscal year; assemblies are designed to expose students to world cultures and build musical awareness, music appreciation and cultural understanding of music and its origins.

• REINS – $3,000 – to support the REINS scholarship program for low-income riders to ride in and benefit from its therapeutic horsemanship program.

• Fallbrook Smiles Project – $1,000 – for the purchase of needed dental supplies and dental educational materials for its school-based programs and senior project.

• Fallbrook Senior Center Nutrition Program – $1,000 – to help cover costs of its home-delivered meal program as well as meals served to seniors at the center.

• San Onofre School field trip – $1,000 – to support an overnight trip for some fourth grade students of San Onofre School to participate in a living history maritime program ‘Before The Mast,’ by role-playing as members of the crew of an 1834 Hide-trade ship, spending the night on the two tall ships, the Brig Pilgrim and the Spirit of Dana Point.

• Fallbrook Village Association – $1,000 – a donation to commemorate the renaming of its Beech Street Park as Jackie Heyneman Park, in honor of Heyneman’s outstanding community service.

The Angel Society of Fallbrook donations arise from proceeds of its all-volunteer thrift shop, The Angel Shop, at 1002 S. Main Ave. For more information, visit


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