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COMMUNITY NOTES: Rotary bar sets BBQ competition, more

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Golf foe to support government core

TEMECULA – The Pechanga Development Corporation will horde a gift golf foe to assistance a California Indian Culture Sovereignty Center on Friday, Apr 10. The eventuality starts during 9 a.m. with a putting foe during Journey during Pechanga, 45000 Pechanga Parkway in Temecula.

The core provides entrance to educational resources and is in a final year to compare appropriation awarded by a San Manuel Band of Mission Indians. Every dollar lifted during a eventuality supports a research, village outreach, and student-work positions during a center.

Information: 760-750-3535 or cicsc@csusm.edu

– Staff report

Rotary bar sets BBQ foe

WILDOMAR – The Rotary Club of Wildomar presents their annual grill foe on Saturday, Apr 11. The “The Ultimate BBQ Showdown East vs West” will run from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. during Marna O’Brien Park, 20505 Palomar St. in Wildomar.

There will be some-more than 40 teams competing for money prizes. The eventuality will also embody a children’s play area, some-more than 50 vendors, live song and a drink garden.

The bar meets during noon Thursdays during Stadium Pizza, 32278 Clinton Keith Road, in Wildomar. Members and guest might move a bag lunch or squeeze lunch from a restaurant.

Information: Jon Favillo, Rotary President, 760-529-6841

– Staff report

Plant, wildflower travel set

LAKEVIEW – A Plant and Wildflower Walk is set for 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Apr 11, during a San Jacinto Wildlife Area.

David Bramlet and Patrick Temple, botanists and specialists in singular plants of a area, will plead a categorical plants of a coastal virtuoso scrub, grasslands, riparian and wetland habitats. Organizers wish to see singular plants such as San Jacinto Crownscale, Spreading Navarretia, and Threadleaved Brodiaea.

Meet during a wildlife area’s parking lot, 17050 Davis Road, in Lakeview.

Information: Sue Nash, 909-228-6710 or northfriends.org

– Staff report

Backyard composting seminar set

MEAD VALLEY – The Riverside County Waste Management Department has set a giveaway backyard composting seminar in Mead Valley on Saturday, Apr 11.

The seminar will learn how to recycle organic resources such as yard trimmings, fruit and unfeeling rubbish into a dark, crumbly, sweet-smelling dirt conditioner. The eventuality starts during 10 a.m. during a Mead Valley Library, 21580 Oakwood St.

source ⦿ http://www.pe.com/articles/april-764217-staff-riverside.html

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