February 10, 2014HOMEOWNER BEEKEEPING PROGRAM FEB 11
The program at the February meeting of the Dos Valles Garden Club will be "Benefits of Bees in your Garden" by Dianna Busch, Beekeeper. Bees are a necessary and critical element in the world's food supply. Without pollination we would not have the majority of the foodstuffs we currently eat. Dianna will present a brief overview of the honeybee and discuss gardening, pollination, pesticides, and news. She will display and explain the equipment utilized in beekeeping, including the Kenyon Top Bar hive approach and the benefits of using this type of hive by homeowner beekeepers. The public is welcome to attend. The meeting will held at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 11 at the St. Stephen Church, 31020 Cole Grade Road in Valley Center.
FINDING YOUR FAITH
Is God real? How can you know? Would he show you a sign? When San Diego County Sheriff 's Detective Ali Perez kicked in a door to arrest a vile and dangerous pedophile he received multiple hits from a high-powered rifle, but he also received a sign. Come hear the story of how entering that door became the defining moment of his life. His story will challenge everything you thought you knew about your life and world. Detective Perez will tell his fantastic story at Ridgeview Church on Sunday, Feb. 9, at 5 p.m.
FINDING YOUR FAITH
Recent resignations have created four vacancies on the Valley Center Community Planning Group, two of which remain open for applications. Applications for the vacant seats should be submitted to Hans Britsch, Chairperson of the Nominations Committee no later than March 5. Contact Hans for application packets at 760-535-4312 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Applicants must be 18 years of age, registered voters, and residents of the Valley Center Planning Area.
PARKS AND REC DISTRICT LOOKING FOR COMMUNITY INPUT
The Valley Center Parks and Recreation District has put together an online questionnaire to better gauge the community's interests in Parks' facilities. All Valley Center residents are invited to fill out the quick survey. It is available at the VCPRD's new website: valleycenterparks.com. The revamped website also features a new online reservation system for use of the Community Hall and Parks' facilities.