February news from VFW Post 1873

As I write this, I’m listening to the rain running off the eaves on the west side of my house. I love to hear it, especially when I have a fire going, a good book to read and a pot of homemade soup simmering on the stove. What more could I ask for? Well, I […]

Power outage scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 9

Anza Electric Co-Op has announced a brief power outage will occur on Tuesday, Feb. 9 in the Pinyon and Paradise Corners areas beginning at 11 a.m. According to a text from the co-op, the outage, which is due to equipment maintenance, will last for approximately 20 minutes.

The Redshank Riders, much more than a social group

The Redshank Riders, much more than a social group

Greg Bruce Redshank Riders President When I first joined the Back Country Horsemen of California about 25 years ago it was mostly just for the name. I grew up in Canada and riding in the back country was what we did. When I move to California even finding the backcountry seemed a challenge. I wanted […]

Chairbound learn self-defense tactics at Anza Community Hall

Chairbound learn self-defense tactics at Anza Community Hall

Wheelchair bound Anza residents Sharon Perrin and Barbara Cox came to Michael Patke’s self-defense class expecting to learn how to defend themselves from their wheelchairs, but learned something even more important in the class. Patke, a martial arts instructor, Progressive Fighting Systems certified, offers chairbound residents in Anza Valley free self-defense classes at the Community […]

A beautiful ‘Sunday Drive’ interrupted

A beautiful ‘Sunday Drive’ interrupted

Planning on a Day Trip: Out on a Sunday drive traveling from the San Diego area a couple is looking forward to visiting Twice Loved Treasures; they are repeat customers. Arriving at 10 a.m. they discover that the shop opens at 11 a.m. on Sundays. They decide to go on ahead and drive up to […]

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