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ALPINE SUMMER 2019

CELEBRATE THE 4TH

The Annual 4th of July Parade & Festival is bursting with fun

GET IN THE GROVE

Alpine's famous steakhouse is serving up the best

A PUBLICATION OF THE ALPINE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

HEROES AND HORSES

How a local couple helps heal our nation's heroes


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Viejas Casino & Resort ∙ 5000 Willows Road ∙ Alpine, CA 91901 ∙ 619.445.5400 Guests must be at least 21 years of age to enter. Guests must be at least 21 years of age to drink alcoholic beverages. Guests under 21 years of age are permitted in The Buffet, Ginger Noodle Bar, Locale Kitchen & Lounge, The Café or Daily Roast only, but must be accompanied by an adult. Guests must be at least 18 years of age to enter Viejas Bingo. Families are welcome at the Viejas Outlets and the Viejas Hotel. Please play responsibly. For help with problem gambling, call 800.426.2537

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CONTENTS Summer Issue - 2019

Get in the Grove Fine dining in Alpine, The Grove Steakhouse is the perfect place for something special.

Heroes and Horses

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An Alpine couple uses equine threapy to help our nation's heroes heal at their ranch free of charge.

4th of July Parade

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A time-honored tradition returns to Alpine this summer.

Alpine Garden & Gifts

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Local entrepreneurs, Kathy and Mario Matranga, sit down with us to talk about their local business.

The Patron of Alpine Much of Alpine today is the result of Benjamin Arnold's hardwork, foresight, and generous donations.

Community Calendar The best list of entertainment, volunteer opportunities, and other major events.

Above: A brilliant example of this year's superbloom in Alpine (2530 Victoria Meadows Drive). Cover: Freepik.com.

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WELCOME TO ALPINE! 1620 Alpine Blvd, #208 Alpine, CA 91901 alpinechamber.com (619) 445-2722

@visitalpine Follow us on Social Media! Established in 1961, the Alpine Chamber

of

Commerce's

mission is to advance the commercial, industrial, civic, agricultural

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Nestled in the foothills of the Cuyamaca Mountains of San Diego County, Alpine is a historic mountain community dating back to the early settlers of Southern California. Since the pioneer days, Alpine has drawn many to enjoy scenic vistas, fresh air, and pleasant climate. Visitors

often remark on the preservation of Alpine's small town charm despite the proximity to a bustling metropolitan region. We agree: Alpine is a jewel of quiet country living less than half an hour from Downtown San Diego.

GETTING TO ALPINE Conveniently located adjacent to Interstate 8, Alpine is less than half an hour from the coast and Downtown San Diego by car. Visitors can access the heart of Alpine from both Exit 30 (Tavern Rd) and Exit 33 (Willows Rd/Alpine Bl) on I-8.

Public transit service is available on the MTS 838 and 888 bus routes. Visit sdmts. com for complete schedules and a list of stops. Area casinos offer limited shuttle service from points in Coastal San Diego. Check their websites for full details.

general

interest and prosperity of the communities we serve. The Chamber is an independent, non-profit organization serving

ALPINE

small businesses in east San Diego County with nearly 200 members.

PACIFIC OCEAN

SAN DIEGO

It is only through the support of our partners and the generous participation of our advertisers that this publication is possible.

BAJA CALIFORNIA

We ask that you support them with your business and let them know their support of the Chamber helped in your purchasing selection. STAFF CONTACT Alex Ward - Executive Director alex@alpinechamber.com

Thank you to our 2019 Chairman's Circle Members for making it another successful year!


Alpine Urgent Care | www.calcompmed.com | (619) 722-1072 | 1730 Alpine Blvd, Ste 109, Alpine CA 91901

Conveniently located in the Ayres Shopping Center. Open Monday-Friday 9:00am-5:30pm and Saturday 9:30am-4:30pm. Our Medical Director is board-certified in Emergency Medicine, and our clinicians bring over 35 years of emergency medicine experience. We offer: Same day sick walk-in’s • Cough/Cold • Back Pain • IV fluids • Injections • Lacerations/Wound Care • TB tests • X-ray and Labs on site • Strep and flu testing • UTI’s • Broken bones/sprains • School or sports physicals • EKG • Breathing treatments • Workers comp injury. We also do primary care through our sister facility “Comprehensive Medicine” and House Calls for the elderly or homebound.

PostalAnnex | www.postalannex.com | (619) 659-8082 2710 Alpine Blvd Ste K, Alpine CA 91901

PostalAnnex offers a diverse range of services for industry and individuals, including private mailboxs, notary public service, high-speed copying, office supplies, faxing service, 4-color printing, key duplication, greeting cards, assorted gift items and more!

Clayco Electric | www.claycosolar.com | (619) 971-2799 1724 Adrian Ct, Alpine, CA 91901 | DIR #1000063999

Clayco Electric is an electrical contractor fully committed to giving their clientele prompt, top-quality electrical work designed to meet and exceed industry standards for safety and efficiency, regardless of size or scale. Go solar today! CA Lic # C-10 962955 AZ Lic # CR-11 316266


GET IN THE GROVE Resplendent with luxurious décor and a warm, inviting atmosphere, The Grove offers classic and contemporary cuisine for the definitive gourmet experience.

Located at Viejas Casino & Resort, The Grove is not your average steakhouse. The quality of the food, the wide variety of menu options, and the inviting ambiance are just a few of the factors that helped The Grove receive the prestigious AAA Four Diamond Award. Considered top shelf in fine dining by many, The Grove is the ideal venue for your next special occasion or formal night-out. Upon arrival, guests are encouraged to relax and let themselves be pampered by world-class service. The most difficult decision of the diner's night may be choosing among the diverse and tantalizing appetizers. From their famous signature seafood tower (prawns, jumbo shrimp, seasonal oysters, crab legs, and lobster claws) to lamb chops served with polenta “tots”, The Grove has exciting dishes for every course. The Grove only serves hand-selected USDA Prime and AA Wagyu beef, perfectly aged a minimum of 21 days. Sourced from the finest ranches in the Midwest, their USDA Prime Steaks are the top 2% in quality of all beef produced in the U.S. Feeling adventurous? Try the grilled bison steak served with sautéed carrots, sweet potato mash, mushrooms, cherry chutney, and rapini. The vegetarian options are inspired and unforgettable. The watermelon salad with watercress, feta, Mandarin orange segments, shallots, and a balsamic ginger dressing will have your taste buds dancing. For an entrée, the toasted quinoa & acorn squash is served with house-made chermoula, an herb-and-lemon-based marinade and relish used in North African cooking. After your luscious meal, the dessert menu will tempt you to splurge. Fresh desserts are made daily and the menu changes often. If you're lucky try the layered chocolate cake. With so many different types of choloate in one bite, you'll think you've gone to heaven. The attention to detail and gourmet selections will make your dining experience at The Grove a pleasure long remembered. Indulge in an exciting menu sure to satisfy and inspire you to return again and again. ◊


The Grove Steakhouse 5000 Willows Road Alpine, CA 91901 (619) 445-5400 viejas.com/dining

Primary Residential Mortgage, Inc. | www.alpineprmi.com (619) 722-1303 | 2124 Arnold Way, Alpine CA 91901

With over thirty combined years of home lending experience we have the knowledge and know how to find the right home loan for you. We process, underwrite and fund all of our loans. Chris Wiley, Branch Manager, NMLS #240137

Al Panchos Mexican Restaurant www.alpanchos.com | (619) 6598987 | 2139 Alpine Blvd, Alpine CA 91901

Serving Alpine for over 20 years, Al Pancho's is proud to maintain a positive reputation in the community, and they strive to offer top customer service, food quality, and affordability.


WHAT'S YOUR HOUSE WORTH? CONTACT ME TODAY FOR A FREE HOME EVALUATION.

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If your home is currently listed with another broker this is not intended as a solicitation.

View your hourly, daily and monthly water use online. Our online water use portal will provide you with 24/7 access to your water use, help you set water use goals and alert you of potential leaks. Go to www.padredam.org and click on ‘My Water Use’ to begin seeing your water use online.

Proud to support our Alpine community Grossmont Healthcare District is a public agency that supports health-related community programs and services in East San Diego County.

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HEROES AND HORSES An Alpine couple has created a special place for our nation's heroes to begin their journey of healing. Faced with mental and physical health problems associated with serving on the front lines, Saddles In Service offers an innovative way for those who have served our nation and communities to heal.

Founded by Mike and Tammy Oluvic in 2017, the dream of Saddles In Service became a reality when Mike retired from the United States Navy in 2016. After relocating to Storm Son's Ranch in Alpine, Tammy learned about a group of horses that had been rescued and in need of forever homes. Two days later, Storm Son's Ranch had their first two rescue horses. Today, the ranch is home to thirteen amazing horses, each with a unique story. The Saddles In Service program offers Active Duty Military, Veterans, Firefighters, Law Enforcement, and First Responders the unique opportunity to explore their own healing alongside a rescue horse. Their program is absolutely free to Heroes and their families, and it is tailored to fit the

specific physical and emotional needs of each Hero they serve. Saddles In Service carefully pairs Hero and horse and assists the pair in building their relationship through grooming, groundwork, and riding. "These majestic animals are mirrors to our souls. They bring out how I am feeling. I started out a nervous wreck. But as time and patience has taught me, everyone, including and especially the horses, bring positive reinforcement to this vet," said Army Veteran, Kyle Green. While working with their horses, Heroes learn the importance of being aware and begin to work on controlling their emotions. Throughout the program, Heroes regain confidence, learn patience, and rediscover themselves. â—Š Saddles In Service P.O. Box 692 Descanso, CA 91916 (619) 566-6208 saddlesinservice.org

Alpine Premier Properties alpinecountryhomes.com (619) 445-6246 | 1411 Rock Terrace, Alpine, CA 91901

What sets Russ & Dawn August apart from competitors is their emphasis on service and vast level of experience and knowledge of the Alpine real estate market. They are progressive and aggressive in marketing their listings. CalBRE #00612394 & #00612455.

Edco | www.edcodisposal.com (619) 287-7555 | 6670 Federal Blvd, Lemon Grove, CA 91945

"We'll Take Care of It" EDCO is a Family Owned and Locally Operated waste collection and recycling company, serving numerous communities in Southern California since 1967.


4TH OF JULY PARA Primary Residential Mortgage, Inc. | www.alpineprmi.com (619) 722-1303 | 2124 Arnold Way, Alpine CA 91901

A time-honored tradition returns to Alpine this summer bringing fun and fellowship

With over thirty combined years of home lending experience we have the knowledge and know how to find the right home loan for you. We process, underwrite and fund all of our loans. Kelli Kruel, Loan Officer, NMLS #222434

Highlights of the parade include the Alpine Veterans from the Bert Fuller VFW Post 9578, the Garden Club’s float, which was last year’s winner in the parade competition, and a beautiful Cinderella Carriage entered by Greywood Kennels! Also, the Historical Society has a fun surprise planned for their entry! One might even see Uncle Sam passing out complimentary flags!

Tractor Supply Co. | www. tractorsupply.com | (619) 5611230 | 14140 Olde Hwy 80, El Cajon, CA 92021

TSC's products include: clothing, equine and pet supplies, tractor/ trailer parts and accessories, lawn and garden supplies, sprinkler/ irrigation parts, power tools, fencing, welding and pump supplies, riding mowers and more.

Let’s hear it for the red, white, and blue! Alpine lets the colors of the flag fly in the annual 4th of July Parade and Festival! The parade has been revived from the Crown Hills 4th of July parade by the Kiwanis Club of Alpine, assisted by the Alpine Chamber of Commerce and Alpine Community Center. Now the annual parade happily rolls down Alpine Boulevard, harking back to the great days of old when towns celebrated our national holiday together!

Alpine’s Honorary Mayor, Linda Cioffi is this year’s Grand Marshall. Cioffi, owner of Alpine View Lodge, a residential living facility specializing in dementia and Alzheimer’s care for the elderly, is also a hardworking

fundraiser for her cause, Quest for the Cure. Cioffi’s most fervent goal in life is to see the end of Alzheimer’s disease

and dementia. She says, “I am a cancer survivor, and in my lifetime, I want to shake the hand of the person who has


ADE & FESTIVAL beaten Alzheimer’s disease.” Quest for the Cure has been going strong for four years and has successfully raised

over $100,000. Each year their goal grows to a higher level, and each year they surpass their goal. In October, the main fundraising event will be an Oktoberfest held at the Alpine Community Center. Watch for Honorary Mayor Cioffi to roll by in the Grand Marshall vehicle! The parade steps off on July 4, 2019 at 10 a.m. at the corner of W. Victoria Drive, and Alpine Boulevard. When the Alpine Church bell rings, the floats will process, showing their spirit for the red, white, and blue as they head west to the Alpine Community Center Park where the festival will be underway! The Kiwanis Cook Shack will be offering hot dogs and hamburgers, and cold drinks! The Salvation Army will have popcorn, cotton candy and snow cones. Children are invited to participate in the dunk tank and game booths. There will be music and entertainment inside the Alpine Community Center, including a magician that will surprise and amaze. ◊

Farmers Insurance - Robert Soto | (619) 722-6001 | 1730 Alpine Blvd, Ste 119, Alpine, CA 91901 | Lic #0H24951

As your local Farmers® agent, I help identify the insurance coverage that best fits your needs. I have the knowledge and experience to help you better understand your coverage options--whether it's auto, home, renters, business insurance and more. Contact me today!

My Boys & Me Window Washing myboyswindowwashing.com (619) 508-2305

My Boys & Me Window Washing is a family-owned business able to handle any size job. They are committed to the highest standards of excellence to ensure that each window will look its best.


ALPINE GARDEN & GIFTS An interview with Kathy Matranga, co-owner of Alpine Garden & Gifts and A Cut Above Florist

Entrepreneurs Kathy & Mario Matranga know talent when they see it. As the former longtime owners of the popular bar and live music venue, Patrick’s II in San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter, the Matrangas have traded in booking musicians to hosting artisans. The Chamber recently sat down with Kathy Matranga to learn more about their business, Alpine Garden & Gifts. When did you open Alpine Garden & Gifts, and what inspired you? Matranga: Alpine Garden and Gifts was opened in November 2013. We retired from the nightlife business and sought out a quieter life here in beautiful Alpine. I have been a florist for most of my life, so the transition to a plant nursery was very easy. I also ran another local gift shop, so I had experience selling antiques and gift items. A few years before launching Alpine Garden & Gifts, I established A Cut Above Florist, specializing in a variety of services. That side of the business continues to thrive and blending a florist into our nursery has been a natural fit. Besides all of the wonderful things you’ll find at Alpine Garden & Gifts, we offer wedding consultations, holiday home decorating, and personalized custom flower arrangements.

What is your favorite part about running your business? Matranga: Mario and I love the variety and freedom of running our own business. One day we are behind the counter taking care of nice people and the next, we are picking out plants or hitting estate sales. Every day is an adventure! What is something people may not know about your business? Matranga: We like to tap into the creative talents of the local people. Whether they are making jewelry, building furniture or re-purposing vintage items, we like to give them a venue to sell their wares. Our monthly ‘Vintage Markets’ are a good opportunity to see what this mountain community has to offer. The market is held one Sunday a month and features 10-15 additional vendors, live music, and a café cart with coffee, pastries, and treats. Also, every year we import fresh cut Christmas trees from an exclusive farm in Oregon. These trees are gorgeous and incredibly popular in the community! We always run out! Do you have any advice for home/garden enthusiasts? Matranga: Growing a garden can take a bit of a commitment but it is well worth it. Surrounding yourself with the beauty of plants and flowers is a very healthy, relaxing hobby. Start slow, learn and enjoy! ◊ Alpine Garden & Gifts 2442 Alpine Boulevard Alpine, CA 91901 (619) 452-3535 alpinegardenandgifts.com


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QUEST FOR THE CURE

To Benefit Alzheimer’s San Diego Join us at the ALPINE COMMUNITY CENTER Friday, October 4th - 4:30 to 7:30 PM

Alpine's very own memory care setting, the Alpine View Lodge will be hosting it's annual QUEST FOR THE CURE fundraising event benefiting Alzheimer's San Diego, the only organization where every dollar raised in San Diego, stays in San Diego. Each year your local team, QUEST FOR THE CURE is a top fundraiser for the WALK4ALZ and this year we aim to raise over $75,000.00 to support those affected now and to fund research for a cure in our lifetimes. Join us at the Alpine Community Center on October 4th, as Channel 8 newsman, Shawn Styles returns as master of ceremonies for Alpine's first OCTOBERFEST. With great food by Descanso Junction, beer garden, opportunity drawing, an amazing live and silent auction, you don't want to miss out on the fun. Please contact the Alpine View Lodge for more information. Alpine supports QUEST FOR THE CURE, and is leading the way to a world without Alzheimer's Disease. Join us at www.alzsd.org/quest

Alpine View Lodge 973 Arnold Way, Alpine, Ca. 91901 Phone 619-445-5291 www.alpineviewlodge.com


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THE PATRON OF ALPINE Get to know Benjamin Arnold, Alpine's historic benefactor and driving force behind many of our beloved landmarks. Written by Carol Walker, Alpine Historical Society Almost everyone in Alpine has heard about Benjamin Arnold—a leading figure in the development of our community in the late nineteenth century. Arnold Way was named in his honor.

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Mr. Arnold was described as having a strong character, yet he was gentle in manner and very approachable. He was born in Kent County, Rhode Island on September 22, 1822. He was engaged in the East African Trade with his brother and uncle and dealt in ivory and spices. Already a very wealthy man, he and his wife, Harriett, moved to this area to help relieve his asthma and began acquiring land. During the great land boom of 1887-1888 he bought several lots, known as the Horton Addition, in downtown San Diego and built a mansion on the corner of 5th and Juniper Streets. In 1889, the Arnolds visited Alpine, liked it and soon purchased property in the center of the settlement. He built a large home named Los Robles (pictured below) and from then on he and his wife divided their time between Alpine and their home in San Diego. His Alpine Hotel was built in 1890. His home and hotel were both destroyed by fire.

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Mr. Arnold was responsible for the building of several significant public buildings in Alpine. The Alpine Center School was built in 1890 and the Parsonage in 1893. Land for the Alpine Cemetery on Victoria Drive was donated in 1899. Also in 1899, he advanced half the cost to build a Town Hall. Alpine’s first corporation, The Hall Company, Inc., was formed with $600.00 in shares sold to stockholders. The Town Hall became the village’s social and political center. The Town Hall and the Parsonage still stand today—a constant reminder of the significant contributions Mr. Arnold made to the Alpine community. The Town Hall is now the Alpine Woman’s Club building and the Parsonage is Kasitz Kastle Retirement Home. In addition to buildings, Mr. Arnold made significant improvements to the “terrible road” from Lakeside to El Cajon and took over the stage line and added more horses, better equipment and additional stops. Benjamin Rice Arnold died on August 24, 1899 at his home in San Diego of heart failure. He was buried at Mt. Hope Cemetery in San Diego. Mrs. Arnold died on June 11, 1902 in Rhode Island. That same year, Mr. Arnold’s remains were moved to Swan Cemetery in Rhode Island where he was buried next to his wife. “That he was loved by the people of the mountain settlement he had adopted is accepted, and that he loved them and their village can be assumed by what he did while here.” …quoted from Alpine, History of a Mountain Settlement, by Beatrice LaForce. ◊


EVENT CALENDAR SUMMER HIGHLIGHTS June 28 - 6:30 p.m. The US Navy 32nd St Brass Band in Concert Alpine Community Center & Alpine Library Free Summer Concerts in the Alpine Community Center Park, 1830 Alpine Blvd– behind the Library. Bring your blanket or chair and relax (or dance) on the lawn. Bring a picnic or purchase food from local vendors. June 29 - 7 p.m. Alpine Day at Petco Park Alpine Chamber of Commerce Join the Chamber for a night out at Petco Park! We'll watch the San Diego Padres take on the St. Louis Cardinals. Space is limited. Tickets required. For more information, please contact (619) 4452722. June 30 - 9 a.m. Screen Your Teen – Free Heart Screening for Youth Southern Indian Health Council The EPSaveALife Foundation is offering a free, all-community youth heart screening at the Southern Indian Health Council building. It is our heart’s desire to screen all community youth ages 1225. The screening will be at the Southern Indian Health Council, Administration Building 2nd Floor located at 4058 Willows Road, Alpine, CA 91901. July 4 - 7:30 p.m. Star Wars: The Force Awakens Viejas Outlets Free screenings at Viejas Outlets, 5005 Willows Road. Showtimes start at 7:30 p.m. For more information please visit Viejas.com.

Willows Road. Showtimes start at 7:30 p.m. For more information please visit Viejas.com. July 6 - 9 a.m. Descanso Days Parade and Fair Descanso Town Hall Association The parade starts at 10am but be sure to get your spot early. The road closes at 9:30 a.m. and the fair will begin following the parade. There is no admission fee. There will be live music, beer & wine, sodas, good food, vendor booths and more! There will be a kids’ area behind the bandstand with face painting & crafts. For more information, please visit www.descansotownhall.org. July 9 - 7:10 a.m. Hot Topics Breakfast Alpine Chamber of Commerce Join the Chamber for it's monthly member meeting featuring a guest speaker. Hosted by VFW Post 9578 (844 Tavern Rd). Cost: $20. To sign up visit: www.alpinechamber.com July 12 - 6:30 p.m. The Blue Creek Band in Concert Alpine Community Center & Alpine Library Free Summer Concerts in the Alpine Community Center Park, 1830 Alpine Blvd– behind the Library. July 26 - 6:30 p.m. Graceland featuring Bill Pareneau in Concert Alpine Community Center & Alpine Library Free Summer Concerts in the Alpine Community Center Park, 1830 Alpine Blvd– behind the Library.

July 4 - 10 a.m. 4th of July Parade & Festival Kiwanis Club of Alpine The annual parade will be stepping off at 10am and proceed down Alpine Blvd to Tavern Rd. The festival will be held right after in the Alpine Community Center Park. It will include game booths, a jumpy house, petting zoo, a live band, food and more.

July 26 - 6 p.m. Pine Valley Days Mountain Empire Men's Club Join us as we celebrate our community and raise funds for the Mountain Empire Men's Club! Friday night events are Barbwire in concert and our famous deep pit BBQ! Saturday has the best parade in the East County and our Day In The Park featuring food, vendors, music, and a kids zone!

July 5 - 7:30 p.m. How to Train Your Dragon 3 Viejas Outlets Free screenings at Viejas Outlets, 5005

August 9 - 6:30 p.m. The Wildside Band in Concert Alpine Community Center & Alpine Library Free Summer Concerts in the Alpine

Community Center Park, 1830 Alpine Blvd– behind the Library. August 13 - 11 a.m. Hot Topics Brunch Alpine Chamber of Commerce Join the Chamber for it's monthly member meeting featuring a guest speaker. Hosted by the Alpine Castle. Space is limited. Reservations required. Cost: $20. To sign up visit: www.alpinechamber.com August 17 - 7:30 p.m. Clint Black in Concert Viejas Casino & Resort After 30 years of ‘killin’ time,’ Clint Black is ready to celebrate. The multi-million selling country icon is set to embark on a tour commemorating the 30th anniversary of his groundbreaking debut album Killin’ Time, which all but altered the landscape of country music. Three decades later, Clint remains humble as ever about the massive influence he has had on the genre. For more information visit viejas.com/concertsinthepark. August 18 - 8 p.m. Sebastian Maniscalco - Stay Hungry Tour Viejas Casino & Resort A string of record-breaking sold out comedy appearances, a new top-ranked show on SiriusXM, “The Pete & Sebastian Show,” and inclusion on Forbes’ 2017’s “The World’s Highest Paid Comedians” who praised, “thanks to his enthusiasm and willingness to work, Maniscalco will likely continue to be on Forbes’ list for years to come.” For more information visit viejas.com/concertsinthepark. August 23 - 6:30 p.m. Classic Buzz in Concert Alpine Community Center & Alpine Library Free Summer Concerts in the Alpine Community Center Park, 1830 Alpine Blvd– behind the Library. September 6 - 6:30 p.m. Whiskey Ridge in Concert Alpine Community Center & Alpine Library Free Summer Concerts in the Alpine Community Center Park, 1830 Alpine Blvd– behind the Library.


Alpine Urgent Care | www.calcompmed.com | (619) 326-4445 | 1730 Alpine Blvd, Ste 205, Alpine CA 91901

Full Health Care Circle - continuity of care allows us the ability to provide you with Medical Care at all levels and in multiple settings. We offer medical services in the following environments: in office visits, house calls, nursing facilities, hospice, assisted living facilities and we can personally admit you into Grossmont Hospital. Unlike other practices, if Hospital admission is needed, we won't transfer your care to an on-call hospitalist. We at Comprehensive Medicine continue your care at the hospital as your primary physician. This way you continue to work with us and minimize the probability of having conflicting treatments from multiple on call physicians. Need immediate care? Call our sister office, Alpine Urgent Care at (619) 722-1072.

VFW Post 9578 | www.vfw9578.com | (619) 445-6040 844 Tavern Road, Alpine CA 91901

Bert Fuller VFW Post 9578, "Up on the Hill", has been part of the Alpine community for over 45 years! Our Post welcomes all veterans and guests from the public to visit. Our spacious west-facing, enclosed deck with spectacular views, is ideal for your next event! Visit us today!

Mercy Medical Transportation | www.mercymedtrans.com (760) 751-9797 | 27350 Valley Center Rd, Valley Ctr, CA 92082

Mercy Medical Transportation has been providing advanced life support, 9-1-1 services to suburban, rural, and wilderness communities since 1994. Mercy is proud to serve Alpine and the San Diego back country communties!


MEMBER LIST The Alpine Chamber of Commerce would like to thank the following businesses and organizations for their continued support. We ask that you support them with your business and let them know their support of the Chamber helped in your purchasing selection. Al Panchos Restaurant

Clayco Electric

My Boys and Me Window Washing & More

Alpine Beer Company

Clean Sweep Janitoral Services

My Happy Place Embroidery

Alpine Castle

Comfort Keepers

ON LINE BOOKKEEPING & TAX SERVICE INC

Alpine Community Center

Congressman Duncan D. Hunter for Congress

Pacific Southwest Railway Museum

Alpine Computer

Country Pet Hospital

Padre Dam Mun. Water District

Alpine Dentistry

Country Wine & Spirits

Parker Properties

Alpine Education Foundation

Cox Communications

Postal Annex of Alpine

Alpine Equipment Rentals, INC

Data Disposal

Primary Residential Mortgage Inc. - Chris

Alpine Gardens & Gifts

Dave & Reema Real Estate Services

Wiley

Alpine Historical & Conservation Society, John

Davic Construction

Quest Church of San Diego

DeWitt Museum

Descanso Town Hall

REACH Air Medical Services

Alpine Landscape Materials

East County Magazine

Republic Services

Alpine Library Friends Association

East County Pump Service

Robert Soto Insurance Agency - Farmers

Alpine Mobile Home Estates

EDCO Disposal Service

Ryan De Prizio

Alpine Orthodontics,Cynthia L. Jackson DDS &

Edward Jones

Saddles In Service

MS Orthodontist

Family Auto Service

San Diego Gas & Electric

Alpine Paving

German American Society

Santee Lakes Recreation Preserve

Alpine Pepper Tree Farm & Vineyard

Golden Acorn Casino

Screenmobile of El Cajon

Alpine Physical Therapy & Wellness Center

Good Samaritan Retirement

Seamless Rain Gutters, Inc.

Alpine Premier Properties

Granite Lion Cellars

Seek + Gather

Alpine Regional Center - NAI San Diego

Greywood Kennels

Soroptimist International of Alpine

Alpine Shell Station

Grossmont Healthcare District

Southern Indian Health Council

Alpine Special Treatment Center

Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College

St.Madeleine Sophie's Center

Alpine Twin Plaza

District

State Farm Insurance

Alpine Union School District

Jeff Campbell San Diego Estates

Stax Up Alpine Blvd & Tavern Road

Alpine Urgent Medicine/California Mobile

Julian Charter School/Pine Valley

Summit at Alpine Apartments

Physicians

Kamps Propane of San Diego

Susan Hobbs

Alpine View Lodge

Keli Jo Cadenhead

Sycuan Casino & Golf Resort

Alpine Village Apts.

Keller Williams

Tag Stop, The

Alpine Woman's Club

Keller Williams Realty

Tractor Supply Co.

Alsop & Assoc. Ins. Agency

Kiwanis Club of Alpine

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