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Rio Chama Rv Park 182 NM-17, Chama, New Mexico 87520 Coordinate: 36.90903118, -106.5764088 Phone: (575) 756-2303(www.riochamarv.com) 2. Dunn-Edwards Wellborn Paint 1407 3rd St, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Coordinate: 35.6659813, -105.9697113 Phone: (505) 983-7351(Dunnedwards.com) 7. Albuquerque Youth Symphony Program Inc 3315 Louisiana Blvd NE, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87110 Coordinate: 35.122281, -106.569954 Phone: (505) 875-1319. News Radio 600 Live in El Cajon for Salvation Army iHeart Media San Diego’s KOGO-AM News Radio 600 is planning a live broadcast from 9 a.m. 10, at the Target store parking lot, 250 Broadway, El Cajon, in support of the 40th annual East County Toy and Food Drive.

KOGO's Cliff Albert, LaDona Harvey, Ted Garcia and Cal Walker will help collect donations benefiting the Salvation Army El Cajon Corps and East County families. Also as part of the event, a parade of fire trucks from Heartland Fire and Rescue Dept. About a dozen fire trucks will leave at about 11 a.m. Lexington, El Cajon, and arrive at approximately 11:15 a.m. KOGO-AM has annually supported this fundraiser with a live remote since 1996. Started in 1976, the East County Toy and Food Drive is one of the oldest and largest toy and food drives in San Diego County. `Toys for Joy” at El Cajon Valley High School on Saturday The Rock Church will host its 20th annual Toys for Joy event from 9 a.m. The free toy, food and clothing giveaway will be held at four locations, including Lincoln High School, Southwest High School, San Marcos High School and El Cajon Valley High School. Children ages up to 11 receive a free toy and families will have the opportunity to receive free lunch and groceries.

Free clothing will be available at Lincoln High School. Church officials expect attendance will exceed 23,000 people at the four locations. In addition, organizers expect more than 20,000 toys, 12,000 bags of groceries and 250,000 articles of clothing will be distributed to families in need. The event also includes live entertainment and a kids’ fun zone. In 2015, Toys for Joy gave away 22,000 toys, 12,000 bags of groceries, and 223,000 articles of clothing. Volunteers can sign up at www.toys-for-joy.org/volunteers. Toys can be purchased using an online wish list at www.toys-for-joy.org/toys. Monetary and in-kind gifts can be contributed online at www.toys-for-joy.org/donate. Event sponsors include Mattel Toy Store, Metro PCS, Rock Thrift Store, The CW San Diego 6, and San Diego Half Marathon. The Rock Church, which began in February 2000, hosts 17 Sunday services at five multi-site campuses and more than 10 microsites with more than 13,500 people in attendance per week. In 2013, the church opened an East County campus at 808 Jackman Dr. A former Michael’s retail store in El Cajon was remodeled to feature a 725-seat auditorium. La Mesa Chamber to Host Ribbon Cutting for Jack in the Box The La Mesa Chamber of Commerce will host a ribbon cutting photograph for the relocated Jack in the Box restaurant at 6110 Lake Murray Blvd., La Mesa, at 11 a.m., Wednesday, Dec. “We are grateful to the owner Nasir Faroogi for making this investment in La Mesa and our business community,” said Mary England, president/CEO, La Mesa Chamber. “This new structure and location is an added benefit to our area.” The new restaurant is located a few yards from an existing Jack in the Box in a retail center with a Ross Dress for Less store. “KadsarMasood, the store manager and his entire team, will show us why this brand-new building is the best place to get your best hamburger, tacos and more that will make your day,” England said. (NASDAQ: JACK) operates and franchises Jack in the Box restaurants, one of the nation’s largest hamburger chains, with more than 2,200 restaurants in 21 states and Guam. Voters Return Two Incumbents, Add New Member to Grossmont Healthcare District Two longtime Grossmont Healthcare District (GHD) board members retained their seats in the recent November 2016 election, plus voters elected a new face to join the five-member board that represents more than 500,000 people residing in the district’s 750 square miles in East County. East County voters reelected Robert “Bob” Ayres and Michael Emerson to four-year terms. In addition, Santee resident Virginia Hall was elected to a four-year term as a new board member. A seat on the GHD board became available when Betty Stieringer, a retired Registered Nurse and board member since 2012, decided not to seek reelection.

Ayres, a retired banking executive with 50 years of experience in both public and private-sector banking and construction financing and management, joined the board in September 2010 to fill a vacancy.

The El Cajon resident was then elected to a four-year term in November 2012. Emerson, a registered ophthalmic dispenser and owner of Hart Optical Co. of La Mesa, was appointed to the board in May 2008 to fill a vacancy. The La Mesa resident was then elected in November 2008 and reelected in November 2012.

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