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Gary R Cook appointed Chair Hemet-San Jacinto Democratic Club Candidate and Government Outreach Cmte
By Hemet-San Jacinto Democratic Club
Gary R Cook appointed Chair of Hemet-San Jacinto Democratic Club's Candidate and Government Outreach Committee, starting the week of January 13, 2013. Gary is looking for Democratic party-affiliated candidates for offices in the San Jacinto Valley.
By Ontario Convention and Visitors Bureau
Ontario Convention and Visitors Bureau names Castle Communications to produce the popular Southern California event.
By Roger Horn of Pinnacle Estate Properties, Inc.
On January 1, 2013, Upside Down Homeowners were supported when The United States Congress passed an extension to the Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act as part of tax bill H.R. 8. This is the bill addressing the “fiscal cliff.”
Plant and tree growth slows to a crawl or stops completely in January in Southern California gardens. Take this opportunity to prune and plant, say experts at Agromin, a manufacturer of earth-friendly soil products made from organic material.
With forecasts of near normal rainfall in November, Southern California gardeners have the opportunity to plant fall gardens now and let Mother Nature do the watering.
By Assn. for Women in Technology
Carmella Cassetta, CIO of Corinthian Colleges, Inc. Keynotes Annual Event Recognizing 2012 Scholarship Recipients and Local Technology Executives Making a Difference
Although the temperature still feels like summer, now is the time for Southern California gardeners to plant cool season vegetables for a spring harvest, say experts at Agromin.
The community will provide rare public tours, celebrating the addition of 150 new homeowners year-to-date, as well as five new parks and other community improvements that have taken place over the past 12 months.
By TRI Pointe Homes
Tamarind Lane is the ninth new-home neighborhood at the Azusa-based master-planned community, Rosedale.
By Discover Torrance
Families who seek an uncrowded beach vacation destination this summer can come catch a wave, attend surf camp, bike for miles, picnic, and more with hotel rates starting at just $79 per night!
By Snell & Wilmer L.L.P.
Snell & Wilmer's Orange County and Los Angeles offices will be co-hosting an MCLE program with the Association of Corporate Counsel – Southern California (ACC-SoCal) on June 6, 2012 at the Sky Room in Long Beach, California.
There is still time to enjoy a full Southern California summer garden by planting heat-happy vegetables in June. The typically mild Southern California temperatures during the month give these vegetables a good start for the hotter months ahead.
By Newman Grace Inc.
Southern California Professional Magazine, after a stellar premier issue launch, has just released its second issue and is free to read on its website.
Greg Jackson has been named Southern California Sales Manager for Agromin, one of California's largest producers and distributors of bulk and packaged mulch, compost and value-added specialty organic products.
By H&S Business Services
On-Site Lab Saves Schools and Companies Time and Money while Reducing Employee Downtime
By Jennifer Perez
Honoring Global Youth Service Day, teens from the nonprofit LIME will visit a Long Beach preschool this Saturday to plant a vegetable garden that will feed needy local children. Volunteer spots are still available.
Network of Southern California Real Estate Agents will donate up to half of their net commission to the charity designated by clients.
By NorCal Press
Seaside Eyecare Optometry is helping patients experience the best that life has to offer with easy access to Glaucoma screening at the progressive San Clemente eye doctor.
April is the time of year to prepare and plant flower and vegetable gardens so they produce throughout summer and early fall. All this activity makes April one of the busiest months for gardeners say experts at Agromin.
By Jetset Magazine
Jetset gives you a roadmap for a perfect trip through Southern California.
By Newman Grace Inc.
Newman Grace Inc. launches its new online publication Southern California Professional Magazine
Agromin, the organics recovery company for more than 50 communities in Ventura, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles and Orange counties, recycled 386,680 tons of organic material from residents and businesses in 2011, up from 379,792 in 2010.
Without a real winter in Southern California this year, gardeners can expect plenty of sunny days in March to prepare garden soil and plant warm season vegetables and flowers, say experts at Agromin.
By One Concierge
One Concierge expands concierge & lifestyle coverage in Southern California thorough new agreement with Executive Errands.
Nationally renowned illusionist Michael Grandinetti brings his original, large-scale magic effects to California as the closing act "It's Magic!", an annual theater tour.
By Alpert, Barr & Grant
Lee Kanon Alpert and Gary L. Barr, principals in the Encino law firm of Alpert, Barr & Grant APLC, have been named by Super Lawyers Southern California magazine as two of the top attorneys in Southern California for 2012.
By Cappello & Noël
Leila J. Noël, partner in the Santa Barbara law firm of Cappello & Noël LLP, has been named by Super Lawyers Southern California magazine as one of the top attorneys in Southern California for 2012.
By Anne Monaghan / Monaghan Communications
Present Value Properties has named Shannon Labowitz-Coleman as Associate Broker. Labowitz-Coleman will be responsible for managing and sourcing new retailer and landlord representation assignments.
By James Latham
North Hollywood, CA (January 17, 2012) – The Valley Film Festival is now accepting submissions for its twelfth annual season of independent films from around the Valley and the world. The final deadline is July 15, 2012.
By Flourishe Admin
Flourishe is hosting a contest to Giveaway 2 free booths in their "Empowerment Lane" happening at the Mom's Advice Magazine's Spring Issue Launch Event in Los Angeles, February 12th!
With the average January rainfall in Southern California at about three inches, gardeners have opportunities this month to spend time outdoors preparing their yards for the spring growing season.
By Golden State Lifeguards
With Christmas and the New Year fast approaching, Golden State Lifeguards is hard at work preparing to launch a drowning prevention & awareness campaign in Southern California to begin in January 2012.
By Southern California Golden Retriever Rescue
The Southern California Golden Retriever Rescue, a non-profit rescue dedicated to saving Golden's, announced the 2nd Annual Pet Photo with Santa Event. The event is this Saturday, December 3 at Pet People located at 10537 4S Commons Drive, San Diego
By BAM Communications
Offers Wide Range of Services that Include the Intelligent Assistant, Intelligent Workspace and Intelligent Solutions
Cool weather in December means less plant growth in Southern California, however, keep an eye on the weather and be ready to take action to keep winter gardens looking beautiful, say experts at Agromin.
By Friends of Jim Herrmann
Local man and family in need get outpouring of support from Temecula and Murrieta communities. Jim Herrmann has motocross accident, breaks neck and back and friends rally together to have a Charity Benefit - www.temeculacomedy.com
By WIT Windows and Doors
Tomorrows window today. Ply Gem triple pane windows sold and installed by WIT Windows and Doors represent the pinnacle of energy efficiencies. They are an integral part of any energy saving strategy.
By Doron Ofir Casting
Doron ofir casting is currently seeking 5 girls to have their stories told and voices heard in a new documentary series!
By CAVS Youth Basketball - Media Train
CAVS Youth Basketball, Southern California's Premier AAU Youth Basketball Organization, will hold its Annual Open Tryouts for boys and girls, ages 5-14, on Sunday, November 13th, from 9am-12:00pm.
By Stanbridge College
Stanbridge College’s vocational nursing students went beyond the classroom by volunteering their nursing skills at free medical camps in southern California. The medical camps benefited those who cannot access medical services on a regular basis.
By talkTECH Communications
Cal Net Technology Group, Southern California’s leading IT consulting and computer services company serving Los Angeles, Ventura, and Orange counties, has earned a position on the 2011 Inc. 5000 list.
Cooler November weather in Southern California makes it the ideal time to plant over a dozen varieties vegetables while also pruning trees for a healthier, fuller look in spring, say experts at Agromin.
By Saint Marie Records
Saint Marie Records signs Elektro-Shoegaze band The FLIR with plans for their debut full length record in 2012. SMR has also signed Drowner and Lotte Kestner in recent weeks.
By Nordman Cormany Hair & Compton LLP
Nordman Cormany Hair & Compton, LLP has successfully renegotiated a new lease with its landlord, Hines, Inc. the real estate firm that owns 1000 Town Center in Oxnard.
By Website Administrator
FRE3KICK and Phoenix Monsoon will have an exclusive and unique co branded Signature T-shirt. Available for purchase November 5, 2011
By Gorilla Marketing
Riverside, Calif. promotional products firm Gorilla Marketing has added four new positions to their busy office.
By AHMC Health Foundation
The AHMC Health Foundation opened its doors in 2009 with hopes of improving the quality of life for people throughout the Southern California community.
With the fall sun moving lower in the sky, October is the time to adjust your garden to keep it producing beautiful flowers and tasty vegetables in Southern California, say experts at Agromin, a manufacturer of earth-friendly soil products.
By Katie Wagner Social Media
"Small Business Secrets" workshop in Mission Viejo promises to help business owners learn effective skills to help boost their business and sales.
By Sarah Lawson
Hotel Laguna announces it's a Hospitality Recycling Partner with Clean the World Global LLC, a charitable organization that focuses its efforts on both reducing landfill waste and preventing illness and death worldwide in impoverished communities.
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