County’s population to swell 50 percent over four decades

RIVERSIDE – Riverside County will remain among the top 10 fastest-growing counties in California over the next four decades, swelling in population by more than 50 percent, according to projections by the California Department of Finance. The agency released figures last week from a demographic study showing that Riverside County’s populace will go from its […]

Thimble Club to host Open House

ANZA – The ladies of the Anza Thimble Club are hosting an Open House/Membership Drive Saturday, April 8, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the meeting room of the Valley Gospel Chapel, 43275 Chapman Road, Anza. Guests will have an opportunity to enjoy a delicious lunch prepared by club members and to view and […]

Hamilton K-8 kindergarten transitional/registration opening soon

ANZA – Hamilton K-8 School is announcing if pre-school children are kindergarten ready transitional kindergarten registration will be conducted April 18-19 in room 301 at Hamilton K-8 School, according to school officials. The registration will be from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. both days at the school at 57550 Mitchell Road in Anza. Robin M. […]

My Church as a social club

Dr. Gary Welton Special to Anza Valley Outlook Don’t get me wrong. Churches are much more than just social clubs. Yet the evidence suggests that our churches need to be social clubs. One of our concerns as Christian leaders and role models is the secularization of America. We hear that surveys show a growing number […]

Clampers to visit Anza historical site

ANZA – Please join us in welcoming members of E Clampus Vitus to Anza Saturday, March 18, from 10 a.m. until noon. Chapter 1069 will be visiting the historical marker they placed in front of the Little Red Schoolhouse in the heart of Anza, at Highway 371 and Contreras Road. The visit to the marker […]

CORRECTION

The Anza Outlook edition of March 3 incorrectly identified Bill Donahue, overseeing the Community Hall renovations now underway, as a member of the Anza Community Building, LLC Board. He is not a board member. The Anza Outlook regrets this error. The KOYT ‘Spring Fling’ rescheduling story in this edition of Anza Valley Outlook further clarifies […]

From The Heart to hold semiannual rummage sale

ANZA – From the Heart Christian Women’s Ministry will be holding its Annual Rummage Sale at Valley Gospel Chapel March 16, 17, and 18. Hours Thursday and Friday are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. From the Heart Christian Women’s Ministry was formed over 10 years ago by a small group of women who simply wanted […]

IHS opens new youth regional treatment center in California

HEMET – The Indian Health Service, in consultation with the 104 federally-recognized tribes of California, announced the grand opening of the Desert Sage Youth Wellness Center in Hemet. The new Youth Regional Treatment Center located at 39990 Faure Road in Hemet, will provide culturally appropriate substance use disorder services to American Indian and Alaska Native […]

Pool safety is key in drowning prevention

Pool safety is key in drowning prevention

Editor’s note; following the tragic death of 2-year-old drowning victim Zayden Wilson, Anza Valley Outlook felt it was important to remind readers how they can help to protect the ones they love from an accidental drowning. The following tips are courtesy of a variety of sources including the Center for Disease Control and Life Saver Pool […]

HHH receives a $5,000 training grant from the ASPCA

HHH receives a $5,000 training grant from the ASPCA

ANZA – Heavenly Horse Haven, a nonprofit horse rescue, received a $5,000 ASPCA’ ASPCA Equine Fund which provides grants to U.S. nonprofit equine welfare organizations and other animal welfare organizations that care for horses, mules, donkeys and ponies. The grant is awarded to equine organizations such as Heavenly Horse Haven that strive to achieve the […]