Creativity comes alive at Anza’s Little Red Schoolhouse

Creativity comes alive at Anza’s Little Red Schoolhouse

Minor Park and the Little Red Schoolhouse exploded with creativity Saturday, March 18, when from 1-3 p.m. a special workshop hosted by the Anza Civic Improvement League attracted talented children of all ages to try their hand at building, painting and decorating their very own bird house, garden stake plaque or flower pot. Materials and kits were provided. The event, sponsored […]

Purvis pledges to work with community to combat crime in Anza

Purvis pledges to work with community to combat crime in Anza

Administrators of two crime-fighting social media groups met with newly promoted Riverside County Sheriff Capt. Leonard Purvis Monday, March 6. Sheriff Stan Sniff recently designated Purvis as the incoming Commander of the Hemet Sheriff’s Station, replacing Capt. Joe Borja who has since retired. The meeting took place at Jilberto’s restaurant in Anza. Attending were Bud Elmore and Diane Sieker of Anza […]

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 […]

Thimble Club holds March meeting, plans open house

Thimble Club holds March meeting, plans open house

Kathryn Allen Publicity Chairman Anza Thimble Club Spring is here, and you could tell from the energy in the room at the Thimble Club’s March 2 meeting that everyone is happy to see the sunshine. We love our meeting room at the Valley Gospel Chapel, from which we have a wonderful view of the beautiful […]

Spring kids, lambs and foals abound around in Anza

Spring kids, lambs and foals abound around in Anza

Lambing, foaling, and kidding season has begun and the hills are resounding with the bleats of new and curious babies. Many of these little lives were introduced into the world during the mountain winter storms that struck recently. But amazingly, these brand-new creatures are nonetheless thriving. The gestation period for goats and sheep is five months, but horses take a full 11 months. The timing of many […]

Flooring work begins on Community Hall forcing temporary closing

Flooring work begins on Community Hall forcing temporary closing

A group of Anza volunteers and Community Hall board members pitched in Saturday, Feb. 25, to strip the floors of the community building in preparation for improving the floor support and tiling expected to begin this week. The necessary renovations, required by the Riverside County Health Department, have forced the temporary closing of the Community […]

Second Annual Temecula Bulldog Revival wows crowds in Aguanga

Second Annual Temecula Bulldog Revival wows crowds in Aguanga

An unforgettable event took place in Wilson Valley in Aguanga the weekend of Feb. 24-25 when Bulldogs from all over Southern California came to take part in the second annual Temecula Bulldog Revival Show and Iron Dog Competition. Hosted by Maximum Power Kennels of Aguanga, this ABA (American Bully Association) and AMA (American Molosser Association) sanctioned show was great fun for both man and […]

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