Temecula Valley Rose Society Holds 16th Annual Rose & |
"A Moment of Magic" is the theme for this year's annual Rose & Arts Festival to be held on Saturday and Sunday, May 1 and 2, at the Temecula Community Recreation Center.
Admission is free. The festival will feature plenty of roses; live music; original floral artwork; light refreshments and an exhibit by the Temecula Valley Garden Club, which is co-hosting the event again this year with the Temecula Valley Rose Society. Hours both days are 12-4 p.m.
This year's signature painting, shown here, is a work called "Nature's Illumination" and was created by artist T. Berg Kvitky.
The Temecula Valley Rose Society, a non-profit organization, owns and maintains the Rose Haven Heritage Garden in Temecula. This beautiful garden, which features thousands of roses, a water-wise garden, a gazebo and a reflecting pond, is open daily to the public from dawn to dusk.
The Rose Society is dedicated to community beautification through a number of projects and new members are always welcome. Please visit the Web site, www.temeculavalleyrosesociety.org, for directions to the garden and plan a visit soon.
Dr. David Gomez Reaches Out |
to State Education Leader
Dr. David Gomez, superintendent of the Santa Paula Union High School District, spent time discussing important education issues with Jack O'Connell, the state's head of Public Instruction, at Legislative Action Day in Sacramento on March 15.
The two joined more than 400 fellow administrators in urging state lawmakers against imposing further funding cuts to education in the 2010-2011 state budget. Meanwhile, 22,000 pink slips went out to teachers and another 1,000 were given to administrators last month.
Earlier this year, O'Connell visited Santa Paula High School
for a tour of the school. O'Connell met the teachers, Principal Paul Marietti and some students, and spent time during the day with Dr. Gomez, discussing the state budget crisis and its effect on education. Inviting O'Connell to visit the high school is one of the many ways Dr. Gomez has sought to reach out to state education leaders.
Dr. Gomez, a 30-plus year educator, is running for the position of vice president for the Association of California School Administrators. He also is president-elect for the California Association of Latino Superintendents and Administrators.
CMH Address to Focus on New Hospital, Healthcare Reform|
The public will receive updates on the construction of a new Community Memorial Hospital and other building projects, including the new Cancer Center, when President and CEO Gary Wilde gives the 2010 State of the Hospital address on Thursday, May 6.
The address will be held at 6 p.m. at the Poinsettia Pavilion, 3451 Foothill Road, Ventura. Refreshments are at 5:30 p.m.
Wilde also will discuss healthcare reform and what it means to CMH and its patients during his address.
Space is limited, so reservations are encouraged. For reservations, call 652-5385, or RSVP online at www.cmhshealth.org/rsvp.
Sheeler Moving and Storage
Earns Top Industry Award,
Moves to a Larger Facility
Sheeler Moving and Storage in Ventura has once again received a top industry award for high quality service to its customers.
Wheaton Van Lines recognized Sheeler Moving and Storage in March with the Total Quality Commitment Award for 2009 - the same award Sheeler has previously won several times. Winners must score high on the company's Total Quality Commitment Program. Points are earned based on customer service ratings and measurable performance data pertaining to claims, safety, professionalism and cost estimating accuracy, among other factors.
Sheeler Moving and Storage also is pleased to announce the relocation of Sheeler Management Staff and Sheeler Records Management Dept. on April 17th to 6020 Nicolle St., right next door to the company's old location. Sheeler will also increase their storage capacity at 6059 King Street to over 46,000 square feet.
Sheeler offers moving and storage for residential, commercial and industrial clients, including local, out of state or out of the country moves. Sheeler also provides Records Management services for the long-term storage of hard records and documents as well as imaging/scanning and record destruction service. Visit www.sheelermoving.com.
Local Doctor Taps Web for Sales|
Ventura pediatrician Dr. Carey Chronis launched his Dr Carey's™Baby Care kit last fall and since then has seen this wonderful gift set featured in blogs and Web sites throughout the Internet community, all of which help promote product sales and name recognition for Dr. Carey.
Dr. Carey's™Baby Care kit features six essential items for baby care along with Dr. Carey's™ Baby Care Guide, a 96-page book filled with color photographs explaining all of the ins and outs of caring for a baby during that first year. All of the products and book are packaged in a gorgeous gift box, making Dr. Carey's™Baby Care kit the best present for new parents. The information provided in Dr. Carey's™ Baby Care Guide is like having Dr. Carey make a house call!
Reviews from bloggers specializing in baby care and moms have been resoundingly positive and many blogs offered the kit as a free giveaway.
As well, Dr. Carey's™Baby Care kit has been featured in local and national media outlets and Dr. Carey has made himself available to serve as an expert source in early childhood development.
For more information on Dr. Carey's™Baby Care kit, visit the Web site at www.doctorcarey.org.
Amy Bentley Takes WC to Riverside County
Amy Bentley wears many hats during her normal workday. She's a writer, editor and media consultant with Whisenhunt Communications
, a regular contributor to several regional magazines and an education reporter.
Amy joined Whisenhunt Communications
in 2002, when her son Logan was two years old. She had been working as a full-time reporter for several years for the Ventura County Star, and the Thousand Oaks News Chronicle before that. As a new mom, Amy left the Star and joined Whisenhunt Communications
, finding the relationship a perfect fit because it allows her to work out of her home. Logan was a two-pound, three-ounce preemie born at Community Memorial Hospital
who spent time in the CMH NICU. He's now nine, perfectly healthy and a bright third-grader.
Amy and her family moved a few years ago from Ventura to Temecula, a growing suburban community in Southwest Riverside County. She continues to help our clients, including some newer ones like the Temecula Valley Rose Society
With most of our work being done electronically, through e-mail and by phone to maximize cost efficiency, Amy's continued success
at Whisenhunt Communications
shows how our associates - and our clients - can be located anywhere in the world and still receive excellent marketing services from us in this global marketplace.
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Read about the company and its team of media and graphics experts.
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The firm's many diverse clients make enormous contributions to the community and the public relations firm has been instrumental in helping them accomplish their goals.
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