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Fallbrook celebrates July 4th at Rotary breakfast

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FALLBROOK – Many local community members celebrated July 4th by attending the Rotary Club of Fallbrook’s Independence Day Pancake Breakfast held at the Fallbrook Community Center. Breakfast, consisting of pancakes, sausage, orange slices, coffee, and orange juice, was served to 295 guests.

Attendees enjoyed the opening program that included the presentation of Colors done by the Fallbrook Union High School Marine Corps Junior ROTC, the National Anthem, and an Invocation.

Guests were greeted by the American Legion and the Sheriff’s Volunteer Patrol which both had booths in front of the community center. Many children enjoyed the face painting activity.

The Dog Show included a field trial obedience demonstration by Ron Hall and his dog Case and Kadi Thingval of Dantero Kennels and her Malinois. Community members brought their dogs and competed for prizes in categories such as obedience, best smile, ugliest, shortest and longest legs, best hat, owner look alike, and best trick.

Fundraising chair Dale Mitchell said, “Thank you to our sponsors, including Ross E. Curtis Allstate, whose contributions supported both the pancake breakfast and the dog show.”

Proceeds for the event will go to the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society, Camp Pendleton.

Submitted by Rotary Club of Fallbrook.


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