February 21, 2014FREE EVENT
On Friday, March 7 at 7 p.m. Valley Center Community Church will be hosting a free event entitled "Creation / Evolution & the Authority of Scripture" with guest speaker Jay Seegert. Seegert is an author and international speaker, and also co-founder of the Creation Education Center. He has degrees in Physics and Engineering and has been lecturing on the authority of Scripture for over 28 years. Some of the topics he will be addressing include why do most scientists believe in evolution? Has evolution been scientifically proven? Can we really take Genesis seriously? What should we teach our children? Is the Bible outdated & old-fashioned? All are welcome to attend. Valley Center Community Church is located at 29105 Valley Center Road, Valley Center. For info call 760-749-5151 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
VCCPG ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
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 email@example.com. 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: www.valleycenterparks.com. The revamped website also features a new online reservation system for use of the Community Hall and Parks' facilities.
EGG HUNT PLANNING
Planning for Valley Center's annual Easter Egg Hunt has begun. To donate items for the event that will be held on Saturday, April 12, please contact Elizabeth Usher at 760-749-4902.
SEE OSCAR AT VC MUSEUM
There will be a rare chance to get up close to an Oscar until March 1 at the Valley Center History Museum. The Oscar, awared to Gordon Wiles in 1932 for his work on the film Translantic, is on loan from VC resident Dana Wiles Behymer of Valley Center. The museum is located at 29200 Cole Grade Road in Valley Center. Hours are Tuesday through Saturday from 1 to 4 p.m. Admission is free. For more information, visit vchistory.org or call (760) 749-2993.