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We are getting ready to build a root cellar and would like to make it a hands-on learning experience for anyone interested in participating. I have the tractor to dig the cellar and will cover all expenses (of course) involved. I am looking for someone with knowledge on root cellars that can work with us to design and install. Anyone that would be willing to help, please contact me. I would like to complete this project before the holidays. My intent is to charge just enough for this workshop to cover paying the expert for their time/knowledge, so as soon as I start to have an idea about how many people are coming I will post the cost.
I have recently started teaching yoga here in Anza and am getting the word out! I teach Wednesday mornings at 10 am and Sundays at 2 at a lovely space off of the 371 and Burnt Valley RD (very close to Paradise cafe) I also teach on Thursdays at 11 am in the building on the corner of 371 and Kirby. I was trained at Cloud Nine Yoga school in Temecula and have been teaching for almost a year now. I teach all levels and am mindful of where each individual is at physically. We have fun!! Please consider joining us. Classes are $10 .
SEP 6, 2017 — Good morning all, I want to thank every one of you that's signed the Anza Electric Cooperative, Inc petition to the CPUC. True high speed internet access is closer every day for our members in Garner Valley, Pinyon and Mountain Center! Please take a moment to ask your family and friends to sign. We only need 189 to reach our goal of 500, and every signature counts! https://www.change.org/p/california-public-utilities-commission-approve-connectanza-phase-2-casf-grant ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Our community has been underserved by internet service providers since the creation of the internet. We are rural, sparsely populated, and for-profit telecom providers aren't interested in serving our needs. Our local cooperative, Anza Electric, is proposing to build Phase 2 of their ConnectAnza fiber-to-the-premises project to serve the communities of Pinyon, Mountain Center, and Garner Valley with 50Mb/s fiber optic internet service for $49 per month. They have applied for a California Advanced Services Fund grant to do this. The areas are priority areas according to CASF: CASF Prority Areas The CASF grant application summary may be seen here: ConnectAnza Phase 2 When constructed we will finally have high speed, reliable and affordable internet service to our homes, businesses and institutions. Area anchor institutions such as Camp Ronald McDonald, the Girl Scouts Camp Schermer, Lake Hemet Campground, Hurkey Creek Campground, and the UC Riverside Deep Canyon Research Facility will be served, as well as area fire stations and all residences. This project has been supported by all area elected officials, as well as 93% of the area's residents and businesses. ConnectAnza Phase 1 is successfully under way with a generous CASF grant under the phase 1 application. See the ConnectAnza website at http://www.connectanza.org Please join us in support of ConnectAnza's grant application by signing this petition.