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What’s Inside... Redistricting Updates
This issue takes us through another two months of covering life in our great community. There is so much happening; it’s been tough to cram it all into these 24 pages. It is almost like we need more space (hint: foreshadowing alert).
Besides the quality information you have come to expect from the pages of Mira Mesa Living, we are trying some new things in this issue as far as our design and layout. We hope you like some of the changes which are an attempt to spruce things up a bit. Please let us know what you think, whether positive or negative. As always, there are so many ways to reach us. To To To To
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Life in Mira Mesa is good, and it’s only going to get better as the spring turns into summer. Surely, you agree. We will see you on the streets living in Mira Mesa.
Spring is arguably our favorite time of year. After a soggy March, we are seeing more flowers in bloom. The weather is warming up. We can smell delicious food on our neighbors’ grills. Our children are having more fun outdoors later into the day because of the extended daylight hours. In this issue we focus on a lot of things that make us happy. That includes athletics at every level, expanding our cultural awareness and watching kids use MML as a learning resource. Basically, it all comes down to people in our community doing some amazing things like countless years of volunteer work or overcoming deadly obstacles to become a mentor for people raising money for cancer research. We also can’t forget to mention the hard work put in by high school and college students who graduate in May and June. That is no easy task and they need to be commended.
Miramar College Graduation
Mira Mesa Wrestling Running For His Life
Mira Mesa Volunteer of the Year
What You Need To Know
Sincerely, The Staff at Mira Mesa Living
Front Cover Photography: Ron Moralez • zoomshots.net
Michelle Tsai, Publisher – Ms. Tsai holds an MBA with an emphasis in finance and a BA in marketing from University of San Diego. She has lived in the Mira Mesa neighborhood for nearly a decade. In that time she has joined several committees including serving as Vice President of the Mira Mesa Chamber of Commerce. Ms. Tsai believes her strengths include connecting people and groups and building long-standing relationships in the community.
Leah R. Singer, Writer – Ms. Singer is a freelance writer and blogs about family, motherhood, traditions, cooking and other such topics. She earned a master’s degree in communication and bachelor’s degree in journalism and political science, both from San Diego State University. Ms. Singer enjoys living in Mira Mesa with her husband, daughter, and animal family. Read more about her at: leahsthoughts.com.
Steve Nicoles, Editor – Mr. Nicoles worked for nearly a decade as a professional television news reporter. He brings that experience along with several journalism awards including a regional Emmy ™ to Mira Mesa Living. As a graduate of San Diego State University, Mr. Nicoles is excited to be living and working in San Diego while focusing on one of the city’s most diverse and unique neighborhoods.
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Mira Mesa Living May/June issue