Tasty Knarley Dog makes Mr. Happy’s happier

Tasty Knarley Dog makes Mr. Happy’s happier

There’s a new chef in town. Talented, entertaining, skilled in his culinary art and above all, funny. Yes, you cannot order amazing tri-tip, chicken breast or pork tenderloin sandwiches or delectable teriyaki burgers from “Knarley Dog” without rolling with laughter. Also known as Chef R. G. Hirsch, he has recently taken up residence in Anza and can be […]

Mid-Month news for Anza VFW Post 1873 and it’s Auxiliary

Hope everyone had a Happy Easter and the children found all the hidden eggs. Several years ago, my son and his girlfriend hid eggs for her daughter. Unfortunately, it snowed after the eggs were hidden, resulting in many not being found. However, they were located after the snow melted. Needless to say, they were put […]

Anza VFW Post 1873 and Auxiliary mid-month news

Don’t let this beautiful weather lull you into thinking it’s OK to plant your summer garden. We could possibly still get snow. It’s happened before. So, save yourself some work and wait until the end of April. Both the Comrades and Auxiliary will be electing new officers. If you are interested in accepting a position, […]

March news from Anza VFW Post 1873 and auxiliary

We bid farewell to Commander Bob Cobb and his wife Barbara Ann who are moving to Oregon. We welcome Sr. Vice Commander Henry Sokol who is stepping up to the position. Both the Comrades and Auxiliary will be electing new officers in a couple of months. If you are interested in accepting a position, please […]

Anza VFW Post 1873 and Auxiliary mid-month news

We certainly have had our share of rain these past two months, as well as some fair-weather days. I was asked if it was OK to start planting. Only if you’re planting a cold weather seed. We could still have snow. I was here years ago when it snowed for Easter. Mother Nature loves to […]

Anza VFW Post 1873 and Auxiliary mid-November News

Hope everyone has a Happy Thanksgiving. We have a lot to be thankful for. We may wonder about it sometimes. But when you see the news or read the newspapers, you have to stop and think how lucky we are to live in this country. It may not be perfect, but it has to be […]

Something F.U.N to do for Thanksgiving 

Something F.U.N to do for Thanksgiving 

Gerilyn Mellin  valleystaff@reedermedia.com A little under a decade ago the F.U.N. (Friends Uniting Neighbors) Group started as a few people with a caring idea. They wanted to feed the hungry people in our community. They started a Thanksgiving feast tradition. They cook up a banquet fit for a king and invite the entire neighborhood. The first Thanksgiving gathering […]

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