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Changes unfold at Anza Baptist Church with the return of Matt and Julie Nevills

Kim Harris VALLEYEDITOR@REEDERMEDIA.COM

Capt. Leonard Purvis has been tapped by Riverside County Sheriff Stan Sniff to replace Capt. Joe Borja as commander of the Hemet Sheriff ’s Station who has announced his retirement next month.  see page A-3

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Crews to begin work on May Valley area nonmotorized trials Tony Ault TAULT@REEDERMEDIA.COM

U.S. Forest Service trail crews and volunteers are busy sharpening their Pulaskis and McLeods to be ready to go to work in the spring to clear and rehabilitate 35 miles of trails in the May Valley area of the San Bernardino National Forest near Mountain Center. see page A-4

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SunAnza Solar Project grading nears completion Tony Ault TAULT@REEDERMEDIA.COM

Despite weather delays, Anza Electric Cooperative’s SunAnza Solar Project contractors have finished most of the grading and much of the undergrounds at the solar farm project adjacent to the AEC headquarters building on Highway 371 in Anza.

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The Nevills family including Matt, Julie and daughter Eliana are back in town. Matt is currently serving as an intern pastor at Anza Baptist Church. Julie is a stay at home mom and involved with AVC. Courtesy photo

Jodi Thomas ANZAEDITOR@REEDERMEDIA.COM

Four years ago, among heart felt goodbyes and tears, Anza Valley Christian students and staff said farewell to a very favorite couple,

Matt and Julie Nevills. Both attended Anza Baptist Church; Julie Nevills had been the first higher learning teacher at AVC and Matt Nevills volunteering there as well. Both had poured their hearts and life into their work and students

while at night they attended classes at California Baptist University in Riverside looking toward the future. The couple graduated from Cal Baptist in 2012. Matt moved into the area in 1986 when he was only 5-years-old with

his family. He attended Hamilton schools all the way through K-12, graduating from Hamilton High School in 2000. Matt’s mother, Deborah Nevills, was the

see NEVILLS, page A-3

Enjoy good food and fellowship at FTH’s luncheon Saturday Jodi Thomas ANZAEDITOR@REEDERMEDIA.COM

A dedicate force for good, From The Heart Women’s Christian Ministries’ ladies work tirelessly year-round to better the lives of area children and families who could use a helping hand. You or someone you know may have children who have benefited from these ladies’ efforts, whether it be at the Backpack Giveaway, Christmas Gift Giveaway, Christmas Party or received a laptop or scholarship as a senior. Now you can have a fun afternoon out, enjoy good food and fellowship and help area children by attending FTH’s monthly fundraising luncheons. January’s will be held Saturday, Jan. 14. At the luncheon, you will enjoy a scrumptious buffet just for $5 and as an added bonus, enjoy hearing from a

see LUNCHEON, page A-4

October’s meeting was the first launch of the FTH’s Fundraising Luncheon. Annie Ashby from Thimble Club Jodi Thomas photo was the special guest speaker.

ACIL installs new board of directors Diane Seiker VALLEYSTAFF@REEDERMEDIA.COM

The Anza Civic Improvement League (ACIL) met Jan. 7, in the Little Red School House in Anza to install their new Board of Directors.  Certificates of Appreciation were also given to outgoing Directors Bob Giffin (President 2011-2016) and Annika Knoppel (Secretary 2011-2016). A brick paver in each of their names will also be placed on the walkway to the Little Red Schoolhouse front door, courtesy of the new board. The incoming Board was elected at the annual meeting Dec. 3. Incoming President is Ken Ogren, Debbie Vesey is vice president, Carol Ann Smith is treasurer, and Bud Elmore is a director. Ken Bob Giffin and Annika Knoppel pose for a photo after being awarded Certificates of Appreciation while ACIL President Ken Ogren looks on during the Jan. 7, meeting of the ACIL. Diane Seiker photo

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A N Z A’ S U P C O M I N G E V E N T S If you have a community upcoming event email it to anzaeditor@reedermedia.com, put attention events in subject line. FTH Fundraiser Luncheon. Saturday, Jan. 14, at noon. $5 special speaker Food For the Faithful’s Ester Barragan. Please bring canned goods for food drive. At Anza Valley Christian Fellowship located 55180 Hwy 371, Anza Ca, near Bautista Road; entrance is off Bautista Road See Article in this week’s AVO. *To learn more about these clubs and organizations- see below. Regular Happenings Hamilton High School. Find out what is happening using Hamilton’s online calendar at www.hamiltonbobcats.net/apps/ events/calendar/. Let’s Eat at the VFW. Anza VFW’s weekly meals open to the public. Meals are served: Wednesday, 5-7 p.m., for $6.50 donation; Friday: 5-7 p.m. for $7.50 donation; Sunday: 8:30-10 a.m. for $6 donation. Thursday and Saturday’s food and activities vary, monthly meal schedule and happenings available at www. anzavalleyoutlook.com. VFW Post is 1/4 mile west on Bailey Road off Terwilliger Road (951) 763-4439. VFW website http://vfw1873.org. Email vfw1873anzaca@gmail. Now accepting debit and credit cards. Hamilton Museum. Open Wednesdays and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 39991 Contreras Road, Anza. Information, call (951) 763-1350 or visit www. hamiltonmuseum.org.Check out FB: Hamilton-Museum-andRanch-Foundation. Public Library at Hamilton High School. Hours are Monday and Friday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Lunch: Monday Friday during school is 11:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday hours 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Located at 57430 Mitchell Road in Anza. Phone: (951) 763-1865, call to confirm hours. Health, exercise, resources, recovery meetings Veterans’ Gathering Mondays. 9-11 a.m. next to Indian Health,

39100 Contreras Road. Anza, Suite D in Anza. Men and Women veterans come to share and help each other deal with the struggles brought about and during service to our Country. Call John Sheehan at (951) 923-6153. Need an advocate to help with VA Benefits call Ronnie Imel (951) 659-9884. The Most Excellent Way. Christian center recovery program for all kinds of addiction. Program is court approved, child care provided. Transportation help available. Fridays 7-8:30 p.m. and Tuesdays 8-10 a.m. 58050 Hwy. 371 (Corner of 371 & Kirby) in Anza. AA Men’s Meeting. Meetings take place Thursdays at 7 p.m., 39551 Kirby Road Anza, south of Hwy. 371. ALANON. Tuesday evenings, 6:30 to 8 p.m. 56095 Pena Road in Anza at Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church. Information, call Carol at (951) 763-1022. Alcoholics Anonymous. Wednesday evenings at 8 p.m. 56095 Pena Road in Anza at Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church. Information; call (951) 763-4226. AV Christian Men Service Club. Food distribution outreach, USDA inclusive, every third Wednesday of each month at the Anza Community Hall from 9 a.m. to noon. Volunteers needed. Must be bilingual and able to add, spell and read. Carrying weight may be required. Volunteers receive first pick of food for their help. Contact Jeff Crawley at (951) 763-1257 for information. Fit after 50. Free exercise class takes place every Tuesday and Friday from 10:30-11:30 a.m. at Anza Community Hall. Chair aerobics help with coordination and balance and increase muscle tone. No jumping required, wear gym shoes and bring water. Leader Joe Volkman can be contacted at (951) 763-0827. Assistant is Reba Schulz at (951) 763-2254. Free Mobile Health Clinic. Open every third Wednesday of the month from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. No appointment is needed. Uninsured may only be in the RV in hall’s parking lot or inside the Anza Community Hall. Grief Share. Call (951) 763-

4226 to register. Meetings held Fridays at 1 p.m. at Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church, 56095 Pena Road, Anza. Grief Share is designed to minister to people grieving the death of a loved one through videos and discussion. It is a place for hurting people to find healing and hope. Food ministries FUN Group weekly food ministry. 3 p.m. Thursdays only at Anza Community Hall. To order a paid box and help feed those who can’t afford to pay, drop off payment and cash donations by Thursday at 1:30 p.m. at the ERA Office, Hwy. 371 in Anza. Pay inside or drop off during the day in the red box outside. Put your name and request on an envelope and payment inside when dropping off. About $100 worth of food in $30 boxes. Half boxes are available for $15. For every $30 box sold, six people can be fed. Food is delivered once a week to those who cannot find a ride. Information: Bill Donahue at (951) 288-0903, Robyn at ERA or call Donald Seddon at (760) 390-5537. FUN Group’s Free Community Dinner. Dinners are held at 1 p.m. on the last Sunday of the month at Anza Community Hall. All are welcome. Donations of time, money, etc., always welcome. FUN Group gathers supplies donated by individuals, local merchants, restaurants and churches to prepare the best quality and tastiest meal for all who attend. To donate or get involved; Donald Seddon at (760) 390-5537 or Terry Seddon at (760) 695-7452. Food for the Faithful is a nondenominational local food bank. Food and clothing are distributed the last Friday of each month starting at eight until the food runs out usually around noon. They also hand out food on emergency basis throughout the month contact Esther Barragan (951) 763-5636 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church which is where the food bank is located on Highway 371 in the township of Anza. Volunteers and donations are always welcome. Bible studies Anza’s Mormon Church. Sunday Sacrament, 10 a.m.; Sunday

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School, 11 a.m.; Priesthood/ Relief Society, noon; Wednesday Scouts, 6 p.m.; Youth Night 7 p.m. Information, call Ruiz (951) 4457180 or Nathan (760) 399-0727. Wednesday Genealogy/Family History Class 5-8 p.m. open to the public. 39075 Contreras Road, Anza. Native Lighthouse Fellowship. Meets the first Saturday of the month 10 a.m. Breakfast served. All welcome to come fellowship together. Located at the ‘Tribal Hall’ below the Casino in Anza. Information, call Nella Heredia at (951) 763-0856. Living Hope Bible study. Tuesdays from 8-10 a.m., 58050 Hwy. 371 (corner of Kirby) Call Pastor Kevin (951) 763-1111 for questions. All welcome. Anza RV Club House 7 p.m. Second Wednesday of the Month Pastor Kevin officiating. Located off Terwilliger Road. Monthly Christian Men’s Breakfast. Breakfast takes place the fourth Saturday of each month at 9 a.m. Breakfasts rotate to different locations. Contact Jeff Crawley at (951) 763-1257 for information. S h e p h e r d o f t h e Va l l e y Lutheran Church Wednesday Bible Study. Wednesday Bible study takes place at 10 a.m. 56095 Pena Road in Anza. Call (951) 7634226 for more information. VGC. Saturday Men’s Bible Study. 7 a.m. Breakfast is usually served. 43275 Chapman Road, in the Terwilliger area of Anza, (951) 763-4622. Clubs TOPS Meeting- (Take Off Pounds Sensibly). Support group meets weekly on Wednesdays. Weigh in at 8:30 a.m., meeting at 8:45 a.m. at Thompson Hall at the Anza Baptist Church, 39200 Rolling Hills Road in Anza. Questions call Lynn Johnson (951) 392-1389. High Country Boys and Girls Club. Second Monday of the month attend committee meetings at ERA Real Estate office in Anza. Info call Albert Rodriguez at (951) 492-1624 or Robyn Garrison at (805) 312-0369. HCBGC Bingo fundraisers. Held on second and fourth Fridays at Anza Community Hall, 6:309:30 p.m. H C B G C h o s t F re e AT V Rider Course by Coach2Ride. com. Class is free for riders 17 and younger. Well-paced handson training session. Local off-road regulations, places to ride and environmental concerns discussed. The State of California requires all ATV riders under 18 years of age be safety certified.  Loaner ATV’s and apparel available for a small fee. Call to reserve (858) 382-1515. Anza Area’s VFW Post 1872. Capt. John Francis Drivick III also includes the Ladies’ and Men’s Auxiliaries. P.O. Box 390433, 59011 Bailey Road in Anza, (951)763-4439 http://vfw1873. org. Request monthly newsletter and or weekly menu by email vfw1873anzaca@gmail.com. 4-H Meetings. Meetings are on the third Wednesday of the month (except February) 6:30 p.m. at Anza Community Hall. 4-H is for youth 5 to 19 years old offering a variety of projects. High Country 4-H is open to children living in the Anza, Aguanga and surrounding areas. Information; Allison Renck at (951) 663-5452. Anza Valley Artists Meetings. Meetings are third Saturday of each month. 1 p.m. Various locations. Share art and ideas, participate in shows. Guest speakers always needed! Contact President Rosie Grindle at (951) 928-1248 . Helpful art tips at www.facebook.com/ AnzaValleyArtists/. Anza Quilter’s Club. Meets from 9:30 a.m. to noon the first and third Tuesday of each month at the Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church, 56095 Pena Road in Anza. Anza Valley Lions Club. Guest meetings with dinner are held on the first Monday of each month

at 7 p.m. Meetings and events are posted on the Anza Lions Club website calendar at www. anzalionsclub.org. Meeting at Anza Valley VFW Post 1873, 59011 Bailey Road in Anza. Guests and potential members contact Mike Esposito (951) 760-9756. Boy Scouts Troop 319. Cubs meet at 6 p.m. every Tuesday and Boy Scouts at 7 p.m. every Wednesday at the Mormon church on Contreras Road South of Hwy. 371. Information, call Richard Hotchkiss (951) 551-3154. Boys Scouts Troop 371. Boy Scouts meet at Lake Riverside. Call Ginny Kinser for details at (909) 702-7902. Civil Air Patrol. Squadron 59 is looking for new members of all ages. Information; Squadron Commander Major Dennis Sheehan from the Anza area at (951) 4034940. To learn more and see the club’s meeting schedule visit www. squadron59.org. Fire Explorer Program. Meets at 6 p.m. every second, third and fourth Tuesday of the month. Located at Fire Station 29 on Hwy. 371 in Anza. Call (951) 763-5611 for information. Redshank Riders. Back country Horsemen meet at 7 p.m. at the Little Red School House in Anza, the second Thursday of each month. Visit www.redshankriders.com or call Carol Schmuhl for membership info (951) 663-6763. Thimble Club. First Thursday each month at Valley Gospel Chapel 43275 Chapman Road, in the Terwilliger area of Anza. Lunch $5 at 11:30 a.m. followed by meeting. The Thimble Club is a local philanthropic women’s group started by local farmer’s and rancher’s wives more than 104 years ago. Join in the proud tradition of the Thimble Club. No sewing required. Information, Shaaron Chambers (619) 2061268. Organizations From the Heart. Mission is to help the area’s neediest children and FTH Christian Women’s Ministries invites all women and men to join in this mission. Donate or help with the bi-yearly rummage sales to raise funds for the cause or to help with other events. Monthly Luncheon and special speaker meetings are held second Saturday of each month at noon, $5 charge for lunch at Shepard of the Valley Lutheran,56095 Pena Road in Anza. Information, call President Christi James (951) 595-2400. Anza Community Hall. General membership meetings are on the fourth Thursday of the month at 7 p.m. Members are like a shareholder; membership – $20 person, $35 business, both get one vote. Membership and Swapmeets are the main way the Hall pays the bills. No government funds are allocated. Voting members receive discounts off Hall rentals, Swapmeet booths and save on propane gas from Farrell Gas. Mail membership to: Anza Community Building, Inc. at P.O. Box 390091 Anza, CA 92539.  Located at 56630 Highway 371 in Anza. Swap Meet at the Anza Community Hall. Each Saturday of the month, weather permitting, early morning to 1 p.m. Vendors wanted. For all Hall inquires, memberships, rental or swap meet call (951) 428-0901. AVMAC. Second Wednesday of each odd month at Anza Community Hall at 7 p.m. Group serves as local liaisons to the county from the community. Contact info (951) 805-6800. Minor Park and Little Red School House. Available to rent, cared for by the Anza C i v i c I mp r o v e me n t L e a g u e no government allowed funds, membership pays the bills $10 a person, $18 family or $35 business membership. Visit www.anzacivic. org. Meetings. 5:30 p.m. last Thursday of each month. Hwy. 371 at Contreras Road in Anza. Info; President Bob Giffin at Overland Reality in Anza.

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Purvis tapped for lead role at Hemet Sheriff’s Station following retirement of Borja next month

Capt. Leonard Purvis has been named as Capt. Joe Borja’s replacement by Riverside County Sheriff Stan Sniff for the Hemet Sheriff’s Station. Borja is retiring Courtesy photo in February.

Kim Harris VALLEYEDITOR@REEDERMEDIA.COM Capt. Leonard Purvis has been tapped by Riverside County Sheriff Stan Sniff to replace Capt. Joe Borja as commander of the Hemet Sheriff’s Station. Borja has announced his retirement will be next month. The announcement was made Thursday, Jan. 5, through a press release issued by the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department Media Information Bureau. Purvis will officially take command of the station Feb. 16, but he will begin working with Borja this month to phase into his new assignment. Purvis currently oversees the

Sheriff’s Professional Standards Bureau or internal affairs. Purvis has over 27 years of fulltime law enforcement experience, serving over the years with the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department, the Banning Police Department and the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department. Purvis and his family are longtime residents of the HemetSan Jacinto Valley. According to the press release, Purvis started his law enforcement career with the Monterey Park Police Department in 1986, initially as a police explorer and later as a reserve police officer in the community in which he grew up. He was hired as a deputy sheriff with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and graduated from their academy in 1989. The following year Purvis moved to Riverside County and transferred to the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department. He was initially assigned in 1990 to the Sheriff’s Court Services Division at the Banning Superior Court where he provided court security. In 1994, he was transferred to patrol at the old Banning Sheriff’s Station. In January 1998, he was promoted to investigator and assigned to the Special Investigations Bureau. He worked primarily in the Intelligence/Vice/Gang and the Major Narcotics units. In 1999, he was promoted to sergeant and assigned to the Lake Elsinore Sheriff’s Station where over the next five years he supervised patrol, the Community Oriented Policing and Problem Solving Team and the station’s

Detective Bureau. In June 2004, the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department contracted with the city of San Jacinto to provide police services and he was assigned to the initial transition team as the administrative sergeant where he oversaw patrol functions, the Detective Bureau, front office staff, logistics, crime prevention personnel and city police volunteers for the San Jacinto Police Department.  Purvis was appointed as deputy chief of police for the Banning Police Department in 2005, leaving the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department. He was later appointed as chief of police in 2007, and oversaw 61 staff with an annual operating budget of $7.5 million. He remained in that position over the next six years for the 30,000 population, 23 square mile, San Gorgonio Pass community. With Spanish as his first language growing up in Monterey Park, Purvis focused on the importance of diversity and established police department relationships throughout the Pass area, including Youth Accountability Team, Project Safe Neighborhoods, outreach to at-risk youth programs, and Boys & Girls Club efforts. Purvis returned to the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department in December 2013. He was initially assigned as a sergeant at the Sheriff’s Southwest Station and later within sheriff’s administration.  In March 2015, he was promoted to sheriff’s lieutenant and assigned to the Lake Elsinore Sheriff’s Station where he oversaw administration and later patrol operations.  Sniff promoted Purvis to the rank

of captain in 2015, and he was initially assigned as the commander of the Sheriff’s Professional Standards Bureau. Purvis has a Bachelor of Science degree in workforce education and development from Southern Illinois University. He is a 2006 graduate of the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia and the Peace Officer Standards and Training Executive Development Course. He holds the POST Executive Certificate.  Purvis has served as an instructor on criminal justice topics in the local community colleges over the years. The Hemet Sheriff ’s Station provides service and protection to approximately 120,000 residents and covers over 700 square miles of Riverside County. The Hemet Sheriff’s Station provides police services to both the city of San Jacinto and

Mt. San Jacinto College. Additionally, the Hemet Sheriff’s Station provides law enforcement service to the unincorporated communities of Aguanga, Anza, Cahuilla, East Hemet, Garner Valley, Gilman Hot Springs, Green Acres, Idyllwild, Lake Riverside, Mountain Center, Pine Cove, Pine Meadows, Ramona, Sage, Santa Rosa, Soboba, Soboba Hot Springs and Valle Vista. The Hemet station commander oversees an annual budget of $22 million with an authorized staff of 132, including an authorized 107 sworn peace officers of all ranks, although the actual number of filled positions this fiscal year has been reduced by sharp county budget cuts caused by the current fiscal challenges faced by Riverside County.

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Forest Service crews to begin spring work on May Valley area nonmotorized trials Tony Ault TAULT@REEDERMEDIA.COM

work with the announcement by Forest Service officials in December that approved the May Valley nonmotorized Trails Project in the San Jacinto Ranger District. The May Valley trails project has been a long-term collaborative effort with Riverside County Park and Open-Space District, the hill communities of Idyllwild, Mountain Center and Garner Valley, and local groups and the Forest Service. The collaborative effort promotes healthy recreation and creates a sustainable and interconnected, shared-use, nonmotorized trail network that will complement local, regional, and national trails and day-use opportunities. The current trails are popular with mountain bikers and hikers, but other undesignated trails in

U.S. Forest Service trail crews and volunteers are busy sharpening their Pulaskis and McLeods to be ready to go to work in the spring to clear and rehabilitate 35 miles of trails in the May Valley area of the San Bernardino National Forest near Mountain Center. The Mountain Fire more than three years ago destroyed thousands of acres of the National Forest area from Garner Valley to the San Jacinto Wilderness area above Idyllwild and trail crews, volunteers and Civilian Conservation Crews have been busy rehabilitating the Pacific Coast Trail and other trails in the burned out areas. Some of the same crews have been given more

the area exist or have been long in disrepair. The demand to open some of those trails has been growing since the Mountain Fire restricted the use of other trails in the wilderness popular with Pacific Crest Trail hikers and equestrians. When completed the May Valley nonmotorized Trail Project will allow equestrian riders to ride from McCall Memorial Equestrian Park to Hurkey Creek Park, while enjoying scenic vistas. Bicyclists and hikers will be able to ride and hike a variety of trails suited to both the beginner as well as the experienced user. San Jacinto District Ranger Arturo Delgado said on signing the decision papers Dec. 22, 2016,“I am very pleased to sign the decision today and express a huge thank you

to everyone that has participated in the process,”. “The community and our staff are ready to initiate the project, and we anticipate beginning work in the spring,” added Delgado. The project will encompass 5,500 acres analyzed in the May Valley area, with Forest officials adopting 22 miles of unauthorized trails, constructing 2.5 miles of new trails, developing 2 trailheads and rehabilitating 10.5 miles of unauthorized trails.  Delgado said, “for more information about the project and the decision, please visit our project webpage at:http://data.ecosystemmanagement.org/nepaweb/nepa_ project_exp.php?project=15568.” The mission of the U.S. Forest Service, part of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, is to sustain the

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January’s A Thimble Full of News: The Thimble Club is loving their new cozy digs Vickie DeMenge SPECIAL TO ANZA VALLEY OUTLOOK

As for me, I firmly believe that for every bad thing that happens something good comes out of it. Others feel God works in mysterious ways. Either way the members of the Thimble Club are enjoying the hospitality of the Valley Gospel Church. Their cozy Fellowship Hall is proving to be a wonderful meeting place. The round tables foster a spirit of camaraderie. A new excitement that change can bring has replaced the angst of leaving the Community Hall. We members are looking forward to a great 2017. The new arrangement seems to be best for all parties involved. Our Jan. 5 luncheon chefs pre-

pared a fine winter day’s galosh to warm our souls and our tummies along with a salad and a banana cream/vanilla wafer dessert. The chefs were Clara Beach, Barbara Ann Cobb, Char Diaz and Rika Antilles. Our presenters were Shaaron Chambers and Annie Ashby. Due to the many earthquakes our surrounding areas are experiencing, disaster preparation was reviewed. We also learned what to do in an active shooter situation. On a happier note, the “Happy Birthday” song was sung to members with birthdays in December and January. We also decided to have an Open House Luncheon in April. All women 18 years of age and older are invited. We would like to share our past and future

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LUNCHEON from page A-1 community leader about the organization. January’s special speaker will be Esther Barragan of Food for the Faithful. Food for the Faithful is a local food bank started by Barragan and others, in an effort to meet a local mother’s needs whose family found themselves in crisis. From there the idea grew into a full-fledged nonprofit helping many within the community each month. It is James’ intention to host speakers at their luncheons who come from within the community. James said she feels that as a community, the more we know about and appreciate each other the more we can easily work together toward the common goal of making the community a better place. Anza Valley Christian Fellowship will host FTH’s January Fundraising Luncheon. AVCF is located at 55180 Hwy. 371 in Anza near Bautista Road, the entrance is located off Bautista Road. Luncheons are not held during the months when the group hosts a rummage sale or other event.

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Eva and the Vagabond Tales delights with old-time music and story-telling

Eva and the Vagabond Tales Band ended their Jan. 7 concert at the Diamond Valley Arts Center by inviting those attending to gather close to hear the band sing one of their original folk songs and shake hands. The band includes from left, Jasmine Capitola with her accordion, guitarist and drummer Jacob Pflum, Eva Mikhailovna and Al Artega bassist on the ukulele. Tony Ault photos

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The sign on the entrance of the Diamond Valley Arts Center read “Sold Out” for the Jan. 7 appearance of Eva and the Vagabond Tales band, but for those who attended it was an intimate two hours of folk music and fun. The Hemet Harvard Street art gallery and theater at 123 N. Harvard St. in Hemet was filled with handclapping and laughing guests at the four-member popular band from Riverside. It was the second appearance of the band in Hemet led by singer and musician Eva Mikhailovna. Her young band, with bassist Al Artega, accordionist Jasmine Capitulo and drummer Jacob Pflum that broke out of the alleyways of Old Town Riverside only five years ago, are emerging with a growing audience of appreciative folk and Gypsy music fans from San Francisco to Phoenix. The DVAC flyer represents the band well saying “the band continues building its sound from the foundations of old-time music and melancholy story-telling, bending the laws of traditional songwriting and song.” Their music, a blend of Western,

Gypsy, Folk and Ragtime, comes mainly from their own ideas and experiences gleaned in their travels. With Eva’s Russian heritage the audience could feel a bit of Europe in many of her songs spurring on handclapping and the swaying of beer and wineglasses from a smiling and attentive audience. The music replete with yodeling and melodic humming, brought rounds of applause during the performance. The music was only rivaled by Eva’s tales of her band’s “couchsurfing” during their travels and the strange people they met along the way. The concept of couchsurfing is popular among young college students all over the world who find themselves without a place to stay during their travels. For this young under 30s band it is an ideal adventure that authors many tales, thus the name Vagabond Tales. Eva’s one story about a trip to San Diego one late night staying with an old Eddie Arnold relative with his one-eyed Pug, aboard his sand-locked boat left the audience laughing. It was a delightful tale told in the band’s repertoire, with a sad twist at the end about the Pugs’ death the next day. “It was so sad,” said Eva. During the intermission at the

DVAC Eva offstage greeted many of the audience enjoying popcorn and conversation. She, in a little tongue and cheek told the Hemet audience, “you are the best handclappers I know of.” She also praised the Arts Council members attending for their gallery and staging that brings top talent to the community. “I feel like the people in Hemet respect art so much more than others,” Eva said. Earlier that day her band delighted in shooting a video in the city underneath some of its signature trees. One of the bands more memorable actions was at the end of their concert when they walked down off the stage and ask everyone in the audience to pull up their chairs and stand close to them as they sang one of their downhome style songs with audience participation. A more intimate time could not be found with a such a fine band. The band has pages on almost all social media and can be found at www.Eva.AndTheVagabondTales. com. Some of their featured songs on CD are “Letters from the Moon,” “La Dauleur Equise,” “Away from Me,” and a new song “Hallways.” The DAVC will feature Sandii Castleberrry with her “Roots of American Music,” performance

Eva and the Vagabond Tales Band performs one of their many folk songs for the audience at The Diamond Valley Arts Center Jan. 7.

at the center Jan. 21 in downtown Hemet. She and Paul Carman will take the audience on a musical tour through America, learning about the multicultural origins of songs and instruments. Admission to the show will be $20. Snacks, beer and wine are served at additional cost. The show will begin at 7 p.m. Doors to the Art Center and its gallery are open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday

through Saturday. Admission is always free. Saturdays 1-3 p.m. DVAC sponsors an artists’ roundtable A.R.T. where local and visiting artists talk about interests in common and share their backgrounds, techniques, promotion. Networking is casual and friendly. For more information about DAVC call (951) 652-3822.

SunAnza Solar Project grading nears completion Tony Ault TAULT@REEDERMEDIA.COM

Despite weather delays, Anza Electric Cooperative’s SunAnza Solar Project contractors have finished most of the grading and much of the undergrounds at the solar farm project adjacent to the AEC headquarters building on Highway 371 in Anza. The AEC SunAnza is a cooperative project with its power supplier Arizona Electric Power Cooperative (AEPCO). Groundbreaking was held Oct. 15, 2016, and workers have been working on grading the roughly two-acre future site of the solar array that will supply four megawatts of power to AEC’s customers in the Anza and Aguanga valleys, Garner Valley, Mountain Center and parts of Sage. Kevin Short, AEC manager earlier said the new four megawatt solar system at buildout will support 14 percent of the AEC annual energy output.

In 2011 the AEC Board approved the first “Solar Farm” project that allowed members to participate in purchasing a small amount of renewable energy for their own use, without the cost of investing in their own system, a news release said. This was an experiment in “virtual net metering,” where AEC installed and maintained the system on their headquarters building at 58470 Highway 371 in Anza. The energy created was credited the energy back to the participating members on a pro rata basis. The project proved very popular resulting in the idea to create the SunAnza project. At first the project was not cost effective but considering California regulations regarding renewables and greenhouse gas reduction requiring utilities like AEC to provide 33 percent of their electricity from renewable energy sources by 2020. Helping the project become a reality was a grant through the Department of Energy’s Sunshot Initiative,

working with other cooperatives and gaining permits from the Riverside County Board of Supervisors. AEC officials reported, “The Department of Energy is providing $3.6 million, matched by $1.2 million from NRECA (National Rural Electric Cooperative Association), the National Rural Utilities Cooperative Finance Corporation (CFC), Federated Rural Electric Insurance Exchange, PowerSecure International, Inc. (NYSE:POWR) and 14 participating cooperatives.” SunAnza was initially planned to be completed by the end of January but weather conditions could slow the completion date. Residents and visitor traveling along Highway 371 will soon be seeing workers erecting the stanchions and solar arrays on the Sun Anza site that will help AEC provide low cost electricity to meet growing power demands occurring in the Anza and Aguanga Valley and to the outlying areas of Garner Valley and Lake Hemet.

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judge and jury is very serious. It violates Article III, Sections 2 and 3 of the Constitution. “No Person shall be convicted of Treason unless on the Testimony of two Witnesses to the same overt Act, or on Confession in open Court.” It also emasculates the fourth, fifth, sixth and eighth amendments to the Constitution. Allowing the military to perform police duty previously rendered by civil authorities is unconscionable in a free society. The Fourth Amendment deals with searches and seizures and reads in part “... no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation ...” Warrants give civil authority the power to arrest only when the reason for the search, probable cause, has been reviewed and authorized by an elected judge who has given an oath to uphold the Constitution. He stands between the plaintiff and the defendant as the protector of constitutional law. There is no role for the military, even with a president’s authorization. Freedom dies when this amendment dies. The Fifth Amendment has several parts that are affected by the National Defense Authorization Act, but space limits my coverage to just a couple.  Infamous or serious crimes mandate a grand jury, 12 or more citizens to evaluate the evidence before proceeding, which will not exist in a military arrest and extradition to Guantanamo Bay process.  Moreover,

one cannot “be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law.” Due process is the civilian judicial system. The Sixth Amendment deals with criminal court procedures where “the accused shall enjoy the right to … a public trial, by an impartial jury of the state and district wherein the crime shall have been committed … to be confronted with the witnesses against him; to have compulsory process for obtaining witnesses in his favor, and to have the assistance of counsel in his defense.” The National Defense Authorization Act destroys the Sixth Amendment to the Constitution for those for whom the president thinks are enemies of the state. There will be no “impartial jury,” no “obtaining witnesses in his favor” and no “counsel in his defense,” and Cuba is hardly within “the state and district wherein the crime shall have been committed.” Finally, the National Defense Authorization Act obliterates the Eighth Amendment for those the president and the military define as terrorists. The protection against cruel and unusual punishment for them ends and torture becomes justified. The military will not care about excessive fines or bail, also parts of the Eighth Amendment. The possibility of “indefinite detention,” or transfer to an unnamed foreign entity for unspecified purposes under military rather than civilian jurisdiction, is “cruel and unusual

punishment.” As is having a missile fired upon you by a predator drone based upon secret evidence presumed to be true by one man— the president. Sadly both Democrats and Republicans, despite their oath to preserve the Constitution, are responsible for this act. With bipartisan support it is unlikely to be reversed. But there is another just as powerful way found in the 10th Amendment to return to the Constitution. The use of the Liberty Preservation Act, “which bans participation with or assistance in any way with any federal act which purports to authorize the indefinite detention of a person within the United States.” Virginia, home of Declaration of Independence author, Thomas Jefferson, and the father of the Constitution, James Madison, was appropriately the first state in the Union to nullify the National Defense Authorization Act in a 96-4 and 39-1 vote in its House and Senate respectively. Done March 1, 2013, just two months after Obama signed it into law.  Alaska joined Virginia in July, followed by California in October of the same year. Governor Jerry Brown stated, “It is the policy of this state to refuse to provide material support for or to participate in any way with the implementation within this state of any federal law that purports to authorize indefinite detention of a person within California.”  Michigan followed Dec. 27,

Thoughts on Russia hacking the federal government, Israel, the changing of the guard and the lost middle class; Part One Dear Editor, Claims have been made to convince the people that Russian Hacking steered by Putin, was the cause of the Democratic loss of power this last election. So, the current movement is to punish Putin (so many months later after the fact) while nations such as China who has hacked the government stealing important information with not one consequence. They did not just hack into emails that when revealed proved to be true; showing the underhanded behavior by the Democrats and their friends which was never denied. My question is where is the proof provided to the people? Is this nothing more than politically driven propaganda? A smoke screen designed to hide the present government’s actions in an effort to give validity to and support to their claims? But why would they do this at this late date? Let’s look further.

It was also proven that the Dem’s were behind the hazing of Trump supporters and rallies. Dem leftist supporters in Dec. 2016 even made videos pleading that the will of the people has been usurped and not followed by the electorate. Never in all my life have I heard of such a thing and there have been many heated elections in my life time. Further to add to the chaos the long arm of the global power of the U.N. was used to sneak in a jab at the Sovereign Nation of Israel before the current administration goes out (It is said that the current administration was in on this jab). Israel has been our longtime ally and friend in the Middle East and the U.S. has always protected its interests. But Secretary Kerry in a one-sided speech publicly admonished and put down the Nation of Israel that is only trying to protect itself from neighboring terrorist groups sponsored by the state of

Palestine like Hamas. But Kerry in his speech never mentions that fact nor the good Israel is doing in the region. Israel is the victim from neighboring terrorism in the situation not the other way around. Israel like all nations has the right to defend themselves. In Israel as those who live in its boarders follow the laws of the land, all of its people are allowed to live in peace; that includes Muslims, Palestinians and Jews alike. BTW – The next time you call someone on your cellphone remember this; if it was not for Israel you would not have one. They invented and blessed the world with the cellphone and with many other technical and medical, inventions and discoveries. In my opinion, all this is being done to create a diversion from the real reasons the Dem’s lost and to ignore the voice of the people. Could it also be that they

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have those in rank that support the Globalist agenda to rid all lands of their borders and thus lose control over their own countries destinies. As long as America remains a sovereign Republic, independent and strong, they know they cannot control the world. Is all that we are seeing happening in these last weeks before the changing of the guard a sign to pay attention too? Are the powers that be, trying to create a country that is set up to be disabled? Is this a willful attempt to railroad our Republic down the tracks toward a destination of globalism, into the one world government mind-track? If I am wrong so be it, but then ask yourself why we have been losing the ability to maintain a middle class who have contributed to a big part of the success of this country. Who over the past nine years have suffered greatly with many finding themselves unemployed, losing their homes and businesses, their lifesaving. Who do you think it was that voted for Trump in record numbers throughout the United States of America? The lost Middle Class! Make America Great Again be vigilant, Signed, The Late Great Middle Class Editor’s note: Read part two of this editorial letter next week.

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2013. Appropriately, it was the first state in the Union to use the 10th Amendment to defy the unconstitutional Fugitive Slave Act of 1855, which refused to return runaway slaves to the South and their masters. Michigan will not participate in “holding a U.S. citizen without habeas corpus.”  According to the Tenth Amendment Center, a non-partisan organization that keeps track of state nullification efforts, “Sixteen states have introduced or passed non-compliance resolutions or bills resisting the NDAA.” They also provide a model for resistance called the Liberty Preservation Act for other states wishing to implement this part of the Constitution. Texas proposes the toughest penalties on federal agents attempting to implement NDAA law in their state, a jail term “not to exceed one year, a fine of not more than $10,000, or both the confinement and the fine.” Harold Pease is a syndicated columnist and an expert on the United States Constitution. He has dedicated his career to studying the writings of the Founding Fathers and to applying that knowledge to current events. He has taught history and political science from this perspective for over 30 years at Taft College. To read more of his weekly articles, please visit www.LibertyUnderFire.org.

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Ogren appointed Patricia Whittle to be secretary pro tem.  Old business, new business, financials and some membership changes were discussed during the meeting. It was announced that ACIL annual memberships will increase  effective  Feb. 1. Individual memberships will increase from $10 to $15 and equal one vote, while family memberships will increase from $18 to $25 and equal two votes. Business memberships will continue to be $35, with that equaling 1 vote. The new board has decided to meet twice a month. Meetings will be held the first Saturday of the month at 9 a.m. and the third Thursday of the month at 4:30 p.m. All meetings will be held at The Little Red Schoolhouse located at Hwy. 371 at Contreras Road in Anza. For more information about ACIL, please visit http://www. anzacivic.org/index.html.


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+ Local Lore + Old men and old cars Mallard Fudd Special to Anza Valley Outlook

Years ago in Anza, California, when I was about 10 years old, I bought my first car. It was a 1950 Ford, my brother and I raced it around in a circle in the field where we lived. Now part of having a car meant that if it broke or got flats you had to work on it. My brother and I changed out our first transmission at the ripe old age of 11 years. Thus started my love affair with the automobile, and I dare say there are a lot of men out there that started the same. In my eyes it is such a shame that

nowadays most new cars have to be taken to an authorized dealership to be repaired. I feel that this has taken away the innovation and work ethics of some of our young men and women. Yes, in the “old days” you judged an automobile (there’s another word that isn’t used anymore) by how it was built. Was the steel in the car thick and substantial; was she built strong? I remember my father talking about such cars as the Cord, Stuz, Dusenberg and Kaiser Frazier. When I was in my twenties I remember reading an article in the Hemet news about two old men that had gotten arrested in a store

parking lot in Hemet. It seems that they had a little to drink, and when they started to leave the parking lot in one of the men’s Kaiser Frazier they got into a discussion about the substantiality of said vehicle. I guess the driver was bragging that none of the cars in the parking lot were near as tough as his Kaiser Frazier. The Kaiser straight from the factory had nearly quarter inch-thick steel and chrome plated bumpers, even the fenders were nearly an eighth inch-thick steel. To make his point, he began ramming the other cars after which he showed his friend that no damage had been done to his Kaiser while

the other cars were terribly damaged. Of course both men were promptly arrested. Point being, as the old man said upon his arrest, “they don’t build them like they used to.” I know very few older men that don’t have a love for older automobiles. You can change the spark plugs in a matter of minutes in some cars. Today you actually have to pull the intake manifold just to change the spark plugs. How is that for stopping the consumer from working on his own vehicle? Even the act of purchasing a vehicle has become hands off. Go into a dealership, and they want to hand you

a piece of paper showing the facts about the vehicle. When old timers go into a parking lot, the salesman can usually expect the old guy to kick the tires, check the coolant, oil and tire wear, and even if he is 80 years old, you can bet he will be on his back, on the ground and looking under the car. I usually kick the tires first; there are two reasons for doing this first. One, it tells you the tires are near properly inflated. Two, it is a way of telling the salesman that you are damn sure gonna check this automobile out. P.S. Smack the fender a good one too; see if it dents.

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: R-201614940 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as: Y NOT MEXICAN AND SEA FOOD 41413 Margarita Rd, Ste K-102, Temecula CA 92591 County: Riverside Y Not Mexican and Sea Food, Inc., 41413 Margarita Rd, Ste K-102, Temecula CA 92591 This business is conducted by a Corporation This Corporation is located in the state of California Registrant commenced to transact business under the fictitious business name listed above on 12/1/2016 I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true any material matter pursuant to Section 17913 of the Business and Professions Code that the registrant knows to be false is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine not to exceed one thousand dollars ($1,000).) Registrant: Armando Alvarez Statement was filed with the County Clerk of Riverside County on 12/1/2016 NOTICE—IN ACCORDANCE WITH SUBDIVISION (a) OF SECTION 17920, A FICTITIOUS NAME STATEMENT GENERALLY EXPIRES AT THE END OF FIVE YEARS FROM THE DATE ON WHICH IT WAS FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK, EXCEPT, AS PROVIDED IN SUBDIVISION (b) OF SECTION 17920, WHERE IT EXPIRES 40 DAYS AFTER ANY CHANGE IN THE FACTS SET FORTH IN THE STATEMENT PURSUANT TO SECTION 17913 OTHER THAN A CHANGE IN THE RESIDENCE ADDRESS OF A REGISTERED OWNER. A NEW FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT MUST BE FILED BEFORE THE EXPIRATION. THE FILING OF THIS STATEMENT DOES NOT OF ITSELF AUTHORIZE THE USE IN THIS STATE OF A FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME IN VIOLATION OF THE RIGHTS OF ANOTHER UNDER FEDERAL, STATE, OR COMMON LAW (SEE SECTION 14411 ET SEQ., BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONS CODE). I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THIS COPY IS A CORRECT COPY OF THE ORIGINAL STATEMENT ON FILE IN MY OFFICE. PETER ALDANA RIVERSIDE COUNTY CLERK. LEGAL: 2579 PUBLISHED: December 23, 30, 2016, January 6, 13, 2017

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: R-201615521 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as: 1. IMMIGRATION WORLD 2. EDUCATION WORLD 4261 Odyssey Drive, Unit 116, Corona CA 92883 County: Riverside World Media Organization, 4261 Odyssey Drive, Unit 116, Corona CA 92883 This business is conducted by Corporation This Corporation is located in the state of California Registrant has not yet begun to transact business under the fictitious names listed above. I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true any material matter pursuant to Section 17913 of the Business and Professions Code that the registrant knows to be false is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine not to exceed one thousand dollars ($1,000).) Registrant: Zhi (--) Shen Statement was filed with the County Clerk of Riverside County on 12/16/2016 NOTICE—IN ACCORDANCE WITH SUBDIVISION (a) OF SECTION 17920, A FICTITIOUS NAME STATEMENT GENERALLY EXPIRES AT THE END OF FIVE YEARS FROM THE DATE ON WHICH IT WAS FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK, EXCEPT, AS PROVIDED IN SUBDIVISION (b) OF SECTION 17920, WHERE IT EXPIRES 40 DAYS AFTER ANY CHANGE IN THE FACTS SET FORTH IN THE STATEMENT PURSUANT TO SECTION 17913 OTHER THAN A CHANGE IN THE RESIDENCE ADDRESS OF A REGISTERED OWNER. A NEW FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT MUST BE FILED BEFORE THE EXPIRATION. THE FILING OF THIS STATEMENT DOES NOT OF ITSELF AUTHORIZE THE USE IN THIS STATE OF A FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME IN VIOLATION OF THE RIGHTS OF ANOTHER UNDER FEDERAL, STATE, OR COMMON LAW (SEE SECTION 14411 ET SEQ., BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONS CODE). I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THIS COPY IS A CORRECT COPY OF THE ORIGINAL STATEMENT ON FILE IN MY OFFICE. PETER ALDANA RIVERSIDE COUNTY CLERK. LEGAL: 2586 PUBLISHED: January 6, 13, 20, 27, 2017

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: R-201615851 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as: CONCEPT 4 LIFE 24384 Sunnymead Blvd, Suite 220E, Moreno Valley CA 92553 County: Riverside Tiffany Nicole Dupree, 25791 Fir Ave., Moreno Valley CA 92253 This business is conducted by an Individual Registrant has not yet begun to transact business under the fictitious names listed above. I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true any material matter pursuant to Section 17913 of the Business and Professions Code that the registrant knows to be false is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine not to exceed one thousand dollars ($1,000).) Registrant: Tiffany Nicole Dupree Statement was filed with the County Clerk of Riverside County on 12/27/2016 NOTICE—IN ACCORDANCE WITH SUBDIVISION (a) OF SECTION 17920, A FICTITIOUS NAME STATEMENT GENERALLY EXPIRES AT THE END OF FIVE YEARS FROM THE DATE ON WHICH IT WAS FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK, EXCEPT, AS PROVIDED IN SUBDIVISION (b) OF SECTION 17920, WHERE IT EXPIRES 40 DAYS AFTER ANY CHANGE IN THE FACTS SET FORTH IN THE STATEMENT PURSUANT TO SECTION 17913 OTHER THAN A CHANGE IN THE RESIDENCE ADDRESS OF A REGISTERED OWNER. A NEW FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT MUST BE FILED BEFORE THE EXPIRATION. THE FILING OF THIS STATEMENT DOES NOT OF ITSELF AUTHORIZE THE USE IN THIS STATE OF A FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME IN VIOLATION OF THE RIGHTS OF ANOTHER UNDER FEDERAL, STATE, OR COMMON LAW (SEE SECTION 14411 ET SEQ., BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONS CODE). I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THIS COPY IS A CORRECT COPY OF THE ORIGINAL STATEMENT ON FILE IN MY OFFICE. PETER ALDANA RIVERSIDE COUNTY CLERK. LEGAL: 2587 PUBLISHED: January 6, 13, 20, 27, 2017

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: R-201615577 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as: LATE BLOOMER EVENTS & DESIGN 33465 Camino Hernandez, Temecula CA 92592 County: Riverside Evelyn Juven De La Garza, 33465 Camino Hernandez, Temecula CA 92592 This business is conducted by an Individual Registrant has not yet begun to transact business under the fictitious name listed above I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true any material matter pursuant to Section 17913 of the Business and Professions Code that the registrant knows to be false is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine not to exceed one thousand dollars ($1,000).) Registrant: Evelyn Juven De La Garza Statement was filed with the County Clerk of Riverside County on 12/19/2016 NOTICE—IN ACCORDANCE WITH SUBDIVISION (a) OF SECTION 17920, A FICTITIOUS NAME STATEMENT GENERALLY EXPIRES AT THE END OF FIVE YEARS FROM THE DATE ON WHICH IT WAS FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK, EXCEPT, AS PROVIDED IN SUBDIVISION (b) OF SECTION 17920, WHERE IT EXPIRES 40 DAYS AFTER ANY CHANGE IN THE FACTS SET FORTH IN THE STATEMENT PURSUANT TO SECTION 17913 OTHER THAN A CHANGE IN THE RESIDENCE ADDRESS OF A REGISTERED OWNER. A NEW FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT MUST BE FILED BEFORE THE EXPIRATION. THE FILING OF THIS STATEMENT DOES NOT OF ITSELF AUTHORIZE THE USE IN THIS STATE OF A FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME IN VIOLATION OF THE RIGHTS OF ANOTHER UNDER FEDERAL, STATE, OR COMMON LAW (SEE SECTION 14411 ET SEQ., BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONS CODE). I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THIS COPY IS A CORRECT COPY OF THE ORIGINAL STATEMENT ON FILE IN MY OFFICE. PETER ALDANA RIVERSIDE COUNTY CLERK. LEGAL: 2583 PUBLISHED: December 30, 2016, January 6, 13, 20, 2017

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: R-201614826 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as: INSPIRE ME DESIGNS 36305 Capri Dr, Winchester CA 92596 County: Riverside Nayeli Lopez Serrano, 36305 Capri Dr, Winchester CA 92596 This business is conducted by an Individual Registrant has not yet begun to transact business under the fictitious name listed above I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true any material matter pursuant to Section 17913 of the Business and Professions Code that the registrant knows to be false is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine not to exceed one thousand dollars ($1,000).) Registrant: Nayeli Lopez Serrano Statement was filed with the County Clerk of Riverside County on 11/30/2016 NOTICE—IN ACCORDANCE WITH SUBDIVISION (a) OF SECTION 17920, A FICTITIOUS NAME STATEMENT GENERALLY EXPIRES AT THE END OF FIVE YEARS FROM THE DATE ON WHICH IT WAS FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK, EXCEPT, AS PROVIDED IN SUBDIVISION (b) OF SECTION 17920, WHERE IT EXPIRES 40 DAYS AFTER ANY CHANGE IN THE FACTS SET FORTH IN THE STATEMENT PURSUANT TO SECTION 17913 OTHER THAN A CHANGE IN THE RESIDENCE ADDRESS OF A REGISTERED OWNER. A NEW FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT MUST BE FILED BEFORE THE EXPIRATION. THE FILING OF THIS STATEMENT DOES NOT OF ITSELF AUTHORIZE THE USE IN THIS STATE OF A FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME IN VIOLATION OF THE RIGHTS OF ANOTHER UNDER FEDERAL, STATE, OR COMMON LAW (SEE SECTION 14411 ET SEQ., BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONS CODE). I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THIS COPY IS A CORRECT COPY OF THE ORIGINAL STATEMENT ON FILE IN MY OFFICE. PETER ALDANA RIVERSIDE COUNTY CLERK. LEGAL: 2580 PUBLISHED: December 23, 30, 2016, January 6, 13, 2017

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: R-201615641 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as: LA MICHOACANA ICE CREAM 540 W 4th St #8, Perris CA 92570 County: Riverside Mailing address: 27245 Scott Rd., Menifee CA 92584 Marissa (--) Oseguera, 540 W 4th St #8, Perris CA 92570 This business is conducted by an Individual Registrant commenced to transact business under the fictitious business name listed above on 12/19/2016 I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true any material matter pursuant to Section 17913 of the Business and Professions Code that the registrant knows to be false is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine not to exceed one thousand dollars ($1,000).) Registrant: Marissa (--) Oseguera Statement was filed with the County Clerk of Riverside County on 12/20/2016 NOTICE—IN ACCORDANCE WITH SUBDIVISION (a) OF SECTION 17920, A FICTITIOUS NAME STATEMENT GENERALLY EXPIRES AT THE END OF FIVE YEARS FROM THE DATE ON WHICH IT WAS FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK, EXCEPT, AS PROVIDED IN SUBDIVISION (b) OF SECTION 17920, WHERE IT EXPIRES 40 DAYS AFTER ANY CHANGE IN THE FACTS SET FORTH IN THE STATEMENT PURSUANT TO SECTION 17913 OTHER THAN A CHANGE IN THE RESIDENCE ADDRESS OF A REGISTERED OWNER. A NEW FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT MUST BE FILED BEFORE THE EXPIRATION. THE FILING OF THIS STATEMENT DOES NOT OF ITSELF AUTHORIZE THE USE IN THIS STATE OF A FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME IN VIOLATION OF THE RIGHTS OF ANOTHER UNDER FEDERAL, STATE, OR COMMON LAW (SEE SECTION 14411 ET SEQ., BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONS CODE). I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THIS COPY IS A CORRECT COPY OF THE ORIGINAL STATEMENT ON FILE IN MY OFFICE. PETER ALDANA RIVERSIDE COUNTY CLERK. LEGAL: 2582 PUBLISHED: December 30, 2016, January 6, 13, 20, 2017

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: R-201613800 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as: MUNDO CELLULAR 7 510 W. 4th St., Perris CA 92570 County: Riverside Mailing address: PO Box 965, Perris CA 92572 BMPA Investments Inc., 21245 Johns St., Perris CA 92570 This business is conducted by a Corporation This Corporation is located in the state of California Registrant has not yet begun to transact business under the fictitious name listed above. I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true any material matter pursuant to Section 17913 of the Business and Professions Code that the registrant knows to be false is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine not to exceed one thousand dollars ($1,000).) Registrant: David -- Ortega Statement was filed with the County Clerk of Riverside County on 11/2/2016 NOTICE—IN ACCORDANCE WITH SUBDIVISION (a) OF SECTION 17920, A FICTITIOUS NAME STATEMENT GENERALLY EXPIRES AT THE END OF FIVE YEARS FROM THE DATE ON WHICH IT WAS FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK, EXCEPT, AS PROVIDED IN SUBDIVISION (b) OF SECTION 17920, WHERE IT EXPIRES 40 DAYS AFTER ANY CHANGE IN THE FACTS SET FORTH IN THE STATEMENT PURSUANT TO SECTION 17913 OTHER THAN A CHANGE IN THE RESIDENCE ADDRESS OF A REGISTERED OWNER. A NEW FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT MUST BE FILED BEFORE THE EXPIRATION. THE FILING OF THIS STATEMENT DOES NOT OF ITSELF AUTHORIZE THE USE IN THIS STATE OF A FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME IN VIOLATION OF THE RIGHTS OF ANOTHER UNDER FEDERAL, STATE, OR COMMON LAW (SEE SECTION 14411 ET SEQ., BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONS CODE). I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THIS COPY IS A CORRECT COPY OF THE ORIGINAL STATEMENT ON FILE IN MY OFFICE. PETER ALDANA RIVERSIDE COUNTY CLERK. LEGAL: 2563 PUBLISHED: November 11, 18, 25, December 2, 2016 RE-PUBLISHED: December 23, 30, 2016, January 6, 13, 2017 To correct the spelling of the city

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: R-201615954 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as: ENTERTAINMENT PLUS TALENT AGENCY 49041 Mariposa, Palm Desert CA 92260 County: Riverside Mailing address: PO Box 5789, La Quinta CA 92248 Convention Support Services Inc., 81074 Paloma Circle, Indio CA 92201 This business is conducted by Corporation This Corporation is located in the state of California Registrant commenced to transact business under the fictitious business name listed above on 1994 I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true any material matter pursuant to Section 17913 of the Business and Professions Code that the registrant knows to be false is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine not to exceed one thousand dollars ($1,000).) Registrant: Marilyn Joan Balchan Statement was filed with the County Clerk of Riverside County on 12/29/2016 NOTICE—IN ACCORDANCE WITH SUBDIVISION (a) OF SECTION 17920, A FICTITIOUS NAME STATEMENT GENERALLY EXPIRES AT THE END OF FIVE YEARS FROM THE DATE ON WHICH IT WAS FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK, EXCEPT, AS PROVIDED IN SUBDIVISION (b) OF SECTION 17920, WHERE IT EXPIRES 40 DAYS AFTER ANY CHANGE IN THE FACTS SET FORTH IN THE STATEMENT PURSUANT TO SECTION 17913 OTHER THAN A CHANGE IN THE RESIDENCE ADDRESS OF A REGISTERED OWNER. A NEW FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT MUST BE FILED BEFORE THE EXPIRATION. THE FILING OF THIS STATEMENT DOES NOT OF ITSELF AUTHORIZE THE USE IN THIS STATE OF A FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME IN VIOLATION OF THE RIGHTS OF ANOTHER UNDER FEDERAL, STATE, OR COMMON LAW (SEE SECTION 14411 ET SEQ., BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONS CODE). I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THIS COPY IS A CORRECT COPY OF THE ORIGINAL STATEMENT ON FILE IN MY OFFICE. PETER ALDANA RIVERSIDE COUNTY CLERK. LEGAL: 2590 PUBLISHED: January 6, 13, 20, 27, 2017

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: R-201615487 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as: XPRESS CLEANING SERVICES 28673 Acanthus Ct, Menifee CA 92584 County: Riverside Mailing address: 9274 Maywood Way, Riverside CA 92503 a. Teresita Gabriel Reed, 9274 Maywood Way, Riverside CA 92503 b. Josephine Obay Beltran, 28673 Acanthus Ct, Menifee CA 92584 This business is conducted by Joint Venture Registrant has not yet begun to transact business under the fictitious names listed above. I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true any material matter pursuant to Section 17913 of the Business and Professions Code that the registrant knows to be false is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine not to exceed one thousand dollars ($1,000).) Registrant: Teresita Gabriel Reed Statement was filed with the County Clerk of Riverside County on 12/15/2016 NOTICE—IN ACCORDANCE WITH SUBDIVISION (a) OF SECTION 17920, A FICTITIOUS NAME STATEMENT GENERALLY EXPIRES AT THE END OF FIVE YEARS FROM THE DATE ON WHICH IT WAS FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK, EXCEPT, AS PROVIDED IN SUBDIVISION (b) OF SECTION 17920, WHERE IT EXPIRES 40 DAYS AFTER ANY CHANGE IN THE FACTS SET FORTH IN THE STATEMENT PURSUANT TO SECTION 17913 OTHER THAN A CHANGE IN THE RESIDENCE ADDRESS OF A REGISTERED OWNER. A NEW FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT MUST BE FILED BEFORE THE EXPIRATION. THE FILING OF THIS STATEMENT DOES NOT OF ITSELF AUTHORIZE THE USE IN THIS STATE OF A FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME IN VIOLATION OF THE RIGHTS OF ANOTHER UNDER FEDERAL, STATE, OR COMMON LAW (SEE SECTION 14411 ET SEQ., BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONS CODE). I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THIS COPY IS A CORRECT COPY OF THE ORIGINAL STATEMENT ON FILE IN MY OFFICE. PETER ALDANA RIVERSIDE COUNTY CLERK. LEGAL: 2588 PUBLISHED: January 6, 13, 20, 27, 2017

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CHANGE OF NAME ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME Case Number: HEC 1602421 TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS Petitioner: ALLISON LEE CORNELL Filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: Present Name: ALLISON LEE CORNELL Proposed Name: ALLISON SHROPSHIRE CORNELL THE COURT ORDERS that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the petition for change of name should not be granted. Any person objecting to the name changes described above must file a written objection that includes the reasons for the objection at least two court days before the matter is scheduled to be heard and must appear at the hearing to show cause why the petition should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court may grant the petition without a hearing. NOTICE OF HEARING Date: Feb 2, 2017 Time: 1:30 pm Dept: H1 The address of the court is 880 N. State St. Hemet CA 92543 A copy of this Order to Show Cause shall be published at least once each week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in the following newspaper of general circulation, printed in this county: Anza Valley Outlook Date: Nov 29, 2016 Signed: Kathleen Jacobs, Judge of the Superior Court LEGAL: 2589 PUBLISHED: January 6, 13, 20, 27, 2017

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: R-201615946 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as: AFTERSHOCK BREWING COMPANY 28822 Old Town Front St., #107-108, Temecula CA 92590 County: Riverside Mailing address: 40625 Symeron Way, Murrieta CA 92562 Aftershock Brewing Company, 28822 Old Town Front St., #107-108, Temecula CA 92590 This business is conducted by Corporation This Corporation is located in the state of California Registrant commenced to transact business under the fictitious business name listed above on September 15, 2012 I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true any material matter pursuant to Section 17913 of the Business and Professions Code that the registrant knows to be false is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine not to exceed one thousand dollars ($1,000).) Registrant: Karen Ann Nigh Statement was filed with the County Clerk of Riverside County on 12/29/2016 NOTICE—IN ACCORDANCE WITH SUBDIVISION (a) OF SECTION 17920, A FICTITIOUS NAME STATEMENT GENERALLY EXPIRES AT THE END OF FIVE YEARS FROM THE DATE ON WHICH IT WAS FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK, EXCEPT, AS PROVIDED IN SUBDIVISION (b) OF SECTION 17920, WHERE IT EXPIRES 40 DAYS AFTER ANY CHANGE IN THE FACTS SET FORTH IN THE STATEMENT PURSUANT TO SECTION 17913 OTHER THAN A CHANGE IN THE RESIDENCE ADDRESS OF A REGISTERED OWNER. A NEW FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT MUST BE FILED BEFORE THE EXPIRATION. THE FILING OF THIS STATEMENT DOES NOT OF ITSELF AUTHORIZE THE USE IN THIS STATE OF A FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME IN VIOLATION OF THE RIGHTS OF ANOTHER UNDER FEDERAL, STATE, OR COMMON LAW (SEE SECTION 14411 ET SEQ., BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONS CODE). I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THIS COPY IS A CORRECT COPY OF THE ORIGINAL STATEMENT ON FILE IN MY OFFICE. PETER ALDANA RIVERSIDE COUNTY CLERK. LEGAL: 2591 PUBLISHED: January 13, 20, 27, February 3, 2017

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: R-201615066 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as: USA EXPRESS 31435 Eucalyptus Court, Temecula CA 92592 County: Riverside Sang Thi Vu, 31435 Eucalyptus Court, Temecula CA 92592 This business is conducted by an Individual Registrant has not yet begun to transact business under the fictitious name listed above I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true any material matter pursuant to Section 17913 of the Business and Professions Code that the registrant knows to be false is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine not to exceed one thousand dollars ($1,000).) Registrant: Sang Thi Vu Statement was filed with the County Clerk of Riverside County on 12/6/2016 NOTICE—IN ACCORDANCE WITH SUBDIVISION (a) OF SECTION 17920, A FICTITIOUS NAME STATEMENT GENERALLY EXPIRES AT THE END OF FIVE YEARS FROM THE DATE ON WHICH IT WAS FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK, EXCEPT, AS PROVIDED IN SUBDIVISION (b) OF SECTION 17920, WHERE IT EXPIRES 40 DAYS AFTER ANY CHANGE IN THE FACTS SET FORTH IN THE STATEMENT PURSUANT TO SECTION 17913 OTHER THAN A CHANGE IN THE RESIDENCE ADDRESS OF A REGISTERED OWNER. A NEW FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT MUST BE FILED BEFORE THE EXPIRATION. THE FILING OF THIS STATEMENT DOES NOT OF ITSELF AUTHORIZE THE USE IN THIS STATE OF A FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME IN VIOLATION OF THE RIGHTS OF ANOTHER UNDER FEDERAL, STATE, OR COMMON LAW (SEE SECTION 14411 ET SEQ., BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONS CODE). I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THIS COPY IS A CORRECT COPY OF THE ORIGINAL STATEMENT ON FILE IN MY OFFICE. PETER ALDANA RIVERSIDE COUNTY CLERK. LEGAL: 2585 PUBLISHED: December 30, 2016, January 6, 13, 20, 2017

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: R-201615676 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as: ACTIONLAB MEDIA 6387 Kaisha Street, Corona CA 92880 County: Riverside Jordan Mason Hoskins, 6387 Kaisha Street, Corona CA 92880 This business is conducted by Individual Registrant has not yet begun to transact business under the fictitious name listed above I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true any material matter pursuant to Section 17913 of the Business and Professions Code that the registrant knows to be false is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine not to exceed one thousand dollars ($1,000).) Registrant: Jordan Mason Hoskins Statement was filed with the County Clerk of Riverside County on 12/20/2016 NOTICE—IN ACCORDANCE WITH SUBDIVISION (a) OF SECTION 17920, A FICTITIOUS NAME STATEMENT GENERALLY EXPIRES AT THE END OF FIVE YEARS FROM THE DATE ON WHICH IT WAS FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK, EXCEPT, AS PROVIDED IN SUBDIVISION (b) OF SECTION 17920, WHERE IT EXPIRES 40 DAYS AFTER ANY CHANGE IN THE FACTS SET FORTH IN THE STATEMENT PURSUANT TO SECTION 17913 OTHER THAN A CHANGE IN THE RESIDENCE ADDRESS OF A REGISTERED OWNER. A NEW FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT MUST BE FILED BEFORE THE EXPIRATION. THE FILING OF THIS STATEMENT DOES NOT OF ITSELF AUTHORIZE THE USE IN THIS STATE OF A FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME IN VIOLATION OF THE RIGHTS OF ANOTHER UNDER FEDERAL, STATE, OR COMMON LAW (SEE SECTION 14411 ET SEQ., BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONS CODE). I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THIS COPY IS A CORRECT COPY OF THE ORIGINAL STATEMENT ON FILE IN MY OFFICE. PETER ALDANA RIVERSIDE COUNTY CLERK. LEGAL: 2592 PUBLISHED: January 13, 20, 27, February 3, 2017


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