Make the ‘WRIGHT’ Choice for Your Insurance

(Above: Joel Wright, Owner, Wright Insurance) Get the “Wright” insurance coverage at an affordable rate. Call JB Wright Insurance Services at (909) 628-0444 TODAY & request a quote. Or visit them online at http://www.wright-ins.com.

Staff Reports

Chino – When looking for an insurance company, Wright Insurance Services is the right choice.  For the last 30 years, they have been providing the best in auto, home, business, and life insurance…and they are still going strong!

JB Wright Insurance Services is an Independent Insurance Agency, which means they represent many different companies so they can find the one that is right for you.  Their staff has the knowledge and experience of their insurance products to provide maximum benefit and protection to their clients.

“Our goal is to provide our clients with the insurance they want at the lowest possible price, while providing them with the highest level of customer service,” said owner and agent, Joel Wright. “We can furnish our clients with an assessment of their insurance needs and choice of which package fits them best,” he added.

Being an independent agency allows customers to have stronger coverage, better protection, and the lowest possible rates.  Wright Insurance Services has access to more options than any one single insurance carrier can offer.  “This ability to compare pricing helps us secure you a lower premium,” said Wright.

Wright Insurance was founded by Joel Wright and his parents Bob and Myrna,  and their company is now an agency that the community knows and trusts.  

“It’s quite fulfilling to have been a key source of insurance for thousands of people in the Southern California area, who have come to rely on us,” said Joel Wright.   

Now, customers continue to spread the good word about Wright Insurance Services because they are treated like friends and family, rather than just clients.  “Professional people who treat you like family is always The Wright Choice!”

Wright Insurance Services is located in both Chino, 909-628-0444 and in Santa Clarita, 661-244-5244.  Visit one of their licensed professional insurance agents at 3340 Riverside Dr. Ste. L in Chino. However, if you want a quick quote, call 909-628-0444. 

“It’s always FREE and always FAST! Better protection…lower premiums…the WRIGHT choice for 30 years!”

60 Freeway Shut Down for 15 Weekends

Staff Reports

As part of the “60 Swarm”, Caltrans will be closing down the 60 freeway for 15 weekends starting tonight, July 26. The closure will take place each weekend from Friday nights at 10 p.m. to Monday mornings at 5 a.m. 

The eastbound SR 60 will be closed for the next eight weekends, including on and off ramps, between the I-15 and the 60/91/215 Junction in Riverside.  This closure will take place starting tonight and ending September 23 (excluding Labor Day).  Then, the westbound SR 60 will be closed for seven weekends, including on and off ramps, from September 28 through November 18 (excluding Veteran’s Day), between the 60/91/215 Junction in Riverside to I-15.   

Travelers are encouraged to take the detours such as the I-15 north freeway to the I-10 freeway or the I-15 south freeway to the SR-91 freeway.  For more information, call the “60 Swarm” Hotline at 1-833-60SWARM or 1-833-607-9276.

In addition, the State of California Department of Transportation issued the following news release:

The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) began a paving project on State Route 60 (SR 60) on Monday, July 22, 2019 to repair deteriorated pavement slabs from Euclid Avenue in Ontario to the 60/91/215 Junction in Riverside. Caltrans will also begin a bridge project in fall 2019 on SR 60 to replace Pipeline Avenue, Monte Vista Avenue and Benson Avenue bridge structures. The combination of these two projects and two other local interchange projects has been dubbed the “60 Swarm”.

The $134 million pavement project includes $16.9 million in funding from Senate Bill 1 (SB 1), the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017. The project was awarded to J. McLoughlin Engineering Company of Rancho Cucamonga and will replace pavement slabs along SR 60, upgrade ADA access points and repave the on and off ramps within the project limits. The project is expected to be complete in fall 2021, weather permitting.

Caltrans is alerting motorists that full directional closures will begin on SR 60 on July 26, 2019 for a period of fifteen weekends. Eight weekend closures will occur on eastbound SR 60 followed by another seven weekends of closures on westbound SR 60 between Interstate 15 (I-15) and the Junction of 60/91/215. The weekend closures will occur Friday nights through Monday mornings. The closure details are as follows:

• Full closure of eastbound SR 60, including all eastbound on and off ramps, between I-15 and the 60/91/215 Junction in Riverside for eight weekends from Friday nights at 10:00 p.m. to Monday mornings at 5:00 a.m. from July 26 through September 23 (excluding Labor Day weekend). There will be no eastbound access during this closure. Motorists may use the westbound SR 60 to access local on and off ramps.

• Full closure of westbound SR 60, including all westbound on and off ramps, between the 60/91/215 Junction in Riverside to I-15 for seven weekends from Friday nights at 10:00 p.m. to Monday mornings at 5:00 a.m. from September 28 through November 18 (excluding Veteran’s Day). There will be no westbound access during this closure. Motorists may use the eastbound SR 60 to access local on and off ramps.

Detour signage will be in place in advance including information posted on the Caltrans overhead changeable message signs (CMS) along freeways. Motorists are advised to use alternate freeways such as I-10, I-15, SR-210 and SR-91 to avoid the closure and reach your destination. Access to local areas and businesses is available by accessing on and off ramps from the opposite direction of the closure. Additional information will be released along with a press conference on July 23, 2019.

The contractor will begin nighttime work with lane closures throughout the project limits on Monday, July 22, which will continue throughout the length of the project. Lane closures will take place from 10:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. A traffic reconfiguration will occur on SR-60 west of I-15 for the duration of the project. Five lanes will be available in each direction on SR-60 during daytime work west of I-15. The speed limit will be lowered to 55 miles per hour within the project limits. Information for the bridge replacement project on SR-60 is forthcoming.

Know before you go! To stay on top of roadwork in the Inland Empire, go to Caltrans District 8 and sign up for commuter alerts. Follow us for the latest information on Facebook and Twitter. To assist in planning your commute, view live traffic conditions using QuickMap and planned lane closures.  

For those with sensory disabilities requiring alternate formats (i.e. Braille, large print, sign language interpreter, etc.) and those needing information in a language other than English, please contact Kimberly Cherry at 909-383-6290 or TTY 711 by October 31, 2019.

The City of Eastvale News Complete Edition: July 2019

The City of Eastvale News covers local news for Eastvale, Norco, Corona, Jurupa Valley, Mira Loma, Chino and more. Click the following link to access the complete issue in pdf format: https://anaprdotcom.files.wordpress.com/2019/07/2019-07-eastvalenews12pages.pdf

Eastvale State Of The City Was A Success

Photo courtesy: City of Eastvale
The Eastvale City Council Members enjoying the State of the City Business Luncheon on July 17.

Staff Reports

Eastvale – Many attended the 8th Annual State of the City hosted by the Eastvale Chamber of Commerce. The theme of this year’s State of the City was Thriving Together.

“There is a saying that you can go faster by yourself, but you can go further together,” stated a City post. “That’s really where thriving together comes into place. Your voice matters and you’re essential to ensuring that Eastvale continues thriving together for generations to come!”

The two-day celebration began on July 17 with a Business Luncheon held at 11:30 a.m. at the Eastvale Community Center.  On Thursday, July 18, residents gathered at 6 p.m. at Eleanor Roosevelt High School for the community event. Mayor Todd Rigby shared the State of the City Address, which included the state of Eastvale, city accomplishments, and goals for the future. The free event also included the city’s popular “Taste of Eastvale”.

“As a long time Eastvale resident, I am proud to serve as Eastvale’s Mayor,” said Mayor Rigby. “I have had the opportunity to watch Eastvale continue to progress and thrive throughout this year and the exciting part is, this is just the beginning and we’re just getting started!” said Rigby.

“In Eastvale, we have an opportunity to create great places for people to connect, prosper, and truly thrive,” said Bryan Jones, City Manager.  “We want to work with the residents of Eastvale to really truly understand what is our potential and what really matters to them when it comes to creating a sense of community and an experience and a feeling that they can truly feel proud to call home,” added Jones. 

Last year, the City of Eastvale assembled the Strategic Planning and Goal setting workshop, which included city management, city staff, and public input.  After the workshop, the following six targets were identified as the key pillars for the future: 1) Communication/Community Engagement 2) Public safety 3) Economic Development 4) Organizational Development 5) Finance/Budget and 6) Infrastructure.

Over the last year, the following great things happened in the City:

  • For the 8th year in a row, the City has presented a balanced operating and capital budget
  • The City’s Comprehensive Annual Financial Report was awarded the prestigious Certificate of Achievement for financial reporting
  • City Staff has made such an impact in the community that many departments have grown
  • A new user friendly City website was launched
  • Public outreach and public workshops have taken place in an effort to include residents in city decisions
  • City Hall has expanded its services, such as now providing Notary and Passport Services
  • A Community Satisfactions Study was launched for the first time this year

The City is also building healthy reserves by setting aside at least six months or 50% of annual regular general fund operating expenditures.  These strong reserves are combined with two land investment acquisitions assets including 7 acres at Hamner Place and 22 acres at Scholar Way and Citrus Street. “We’re investing in our city so it can thrive for decades to come,” as stated in the State of the City video.

In addition, the City also announced the establishments that have recently opened, which include:

  • The Station in Eastvale
  • Café Rio
  • MOD Pizza
  • Starbucks
  • In-N-Out
  • Dick’s Sporting Goods
  • W Cafe
  • Miguel’s Jr.
  • El Pollo Loco
  • Les Schwab Tires
  • Pita Street
  • Creamistry

At the State of the City, several projects and updates were also announced:

  • Two trails will be built through the community in an effort to connect the city schools and parks. This will be funded by the $8 million grant the City was awarded from the State. The City plans to work closely with residents over the next year to design these trails. 
  • Limonite Avenue and I-15 Interchange, which is expected to open this November
  • Hamner Avenue Bridge Widening Project, expected to begin construction after the Limonite Interchange is complete.  This will be a six-lane bridge and a multi-purpose trail to replace of the two-lane bridge currently over the Santa Ana River.
  • Limonite Avenue extension, located west of Archibald, across the Cucamonga Creek.  This extension will connect Eastvale to the City of Chino. A design was recently started for this extension.
  • The Merge, expected to include business park buildings and a retail center
  • Hamner Place, expected to have retail and Eastvale’s first hotel
  • More retails stores will open at The Station

The following restaurants and establishments are expected to open as well:

  • Chik-Fil-A
  • Tony’s Chop House
  • Heroes Restaurant and Brewery
  • Sprouts Farmer’s Market
  • Which Wich
  • Quick Quack Car Wash
  • Big Wok Mongolian Grill
  • Eastvale Medical Plaza 
  • Staybridge Suites by IHG, including a rooftop bar and vegetarian options

 “Community is very important in our city,” said Council Member Jocelyn Yow. “It’s really important that we build that community in City of Eastvale,” added Yow.

In an effort to connect the community, the following events and programs will take place in the City:

  • The Tailgate Fest, a country music festival, expected to take place in August
  • An Arts and Public Places Program will be initiated, including a very special mural that will involve our community

Public safety is also a top priority in Eastvale.  The Sheriff’s Department and Fire Department are doing a great job keeping the community safe, which is why the City was ranked the 12th safest city in the state.  Below are the additions and accomplishments made to the City’s Public Safety:

  • A motorcycle deputy was added
  • An automated license plate reader program was implemented
  • ALPR cameras were installed on patrol vehicles and various entry/exit points throughout the city
  • The Neighborhood Watch Program covers every area in the City; we are one of the first cities in the country that has accomplished this.

However, the City is still looking into how to enhance the City’s safety through collaborative endeavors and advanced technology.  Here is what is expected to be added to increase community safety in the next year:

  • A medic squad, which is a smaller truck that can help respond to critical incidents
  • 10 patrol hours were approved to be added, which equates to two more deputies to be on patrol 

Other items that are expected to be launched or pursued in the future are:

  • Business Registration process will be made available online within the next year
  • A local library will be pursued
  • Additional entertainment options will be pursued

In addition, over the next year, the City will launch the Eastvale 2040 plan to help identify where the City should be in 30 years, how to get there, and what the City needs to put in place today so that the city can truly thrive.  This plan will involve a lot of community engagement. “We look forward to your feedback, ideas, and vision as we identify what this plan will foster for years to come!”

Mayor Rigby added a final note about how important the community’s feedback is.  “No matter how young or hold old you are, we believe you have a voice in our community and we want to make sure our community knows that you have a voice,” said Rigby. 

WE are Eastvale, thriving together!

New Young Walnut Mayor

Photo courtesy: Andrew Rodriguez

Staff Reports

Walnut – Andrew Rodriguez was announced as the City of Walnut’s 31st Mayor on July 10, 2019.  He is expected to be sworn in at the next Walnut City Council Meeting.  Rodriguez was first elected to the Walnut City Council on April 12, 2016.  He is the youngest City Councilmember ever elected in Walnut’s 57-year history and is one of the youngest City Councilmembers currently serving among Los Angeles County’s 88 communities.  

Rodriguez calls Walnut his hometown since he was born and raised in the city and attended Walnut Valley Unified schools.  He graduated from Walnut High School with honors and was even a commencement speaker.  “Having been raised in Walnut, I have a vested interest in the city’s future and will make sure that our community continues to be one of the best places to live in both California and the United States,” said Rodriguez on his Facebook page.  

As a graduate from Rutgers University, Rodriguez studied political science, urban planning, and public policy.  He has a diverse political background, including his work on the Los Angeles Mayor campaign in 2013 and his work as a Campaign Fellow for Cory Booker’s U.S. Senate campaign in New Jersey, also in 2013.  His experience in urban planning and development include his time at New Brunswick Development Corporation, where he “researched grants and tax abatements related to a proposed collegiate housing project and was actively engaged with stakeholders to ensure that all aspects of projects remained on track,” according to his website.  He also worked with Los Angeles City Council Member Paul Koretz, where Rodriguez gained experience with permit and license applications, committee meetings, and documents for council deputies.  

In addition, Rodriguez currently works for a Los Angeles non-profit organization helping at-risk youth and is a parishioner at St. Lorenzo Ruiz Catholic Church.  Rodriguez is also running for California State Assembly, District 55 in 2020.  

As Walnut Councilman, Rodriguez did a great job updating the community about what was happening in the city.  He made an effort to post development updates, new business openings, and local events that were happening in the city.  He also made an effort to promote small businesses currently in Walnut, in addition to helping new entrepreneurs with the process of starting a new business in the City. 

As Mayor, Rodriguez said he is excited and looking forward to the work again.  “I will continue to be actively involved in our community and look forward to seeing you around our beautiful city!” said Rodriguez. 

Here We Grow Again

Grand openings and projects started in Eastvale

Photo courtesy: City of Eastvale
DICKS Sporting Goods held its Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on July 8.

Staff Reports

Eastvale – Eastvale is continuing to grow with new stores opening and projects starting. 

DICK’s Sporting Goods held its Ribbon Cutting on July 8 and its Grand Opening event from July 12 to 14.  The new Eastvale Gateway store is located at 12399 Limonite Avenue.  The Grand Opening included great prizes, fun activities, and a chance to meet professional baseball player Zack Cozart!

DICK’S Sporting Goods, is the largest U.S.-based, full-line omni-channel sporting goods retailer.  The new DICK’S location in Eastvale opened up approximately 75 jobs to the community.

Another exciting announcement is that the Eastvale L.E.D. Retrofitting Project is now in process.  In March 2019, the City of Eastvale purchased 4,100 streetlights from Southern California Edison (SCE) to place within the city limits. “We have now began the process of upgrading to new retrofitted LED lights, making the city streets much brighter at night,” according to City officials. 

These new LED streetlight fixtures have been placed strategically in a distribution pattern that will not cast light backwards onto residents’ yards.  They only cast light out far enough to cover the road surface and they will use 75% less energy than traditional streetlights.  In addition, the lights “align with the City’s strategic goal to enhance public safety by creating more visibility,” according to the City.

A total of 1,118 lights have been converted citywide, which completes all the main streets (arterials).  The entire project is expected to be completed by December 2019. 

In addition, Eastvale’s newest Shop-Dine-Stay destination, Hamner Place, broke ground on July 12.  Hamner Place will be located off Hamner Avenue and Schleisman Road.  See the Hamner Place article for more information.

Crime Recap June

Photo courtesy: Riverside County Sheriff’s Coroner,
Pictured is Kyle Kammers

A recap of crime that took place in Norco during the month of June.

Staff Reports

Inland Empire – Last month, crime was limited in Eastvale and Corona, but there were a few cases in Norco.  Below is a list of the crime that took place in Norco during the month of June.

INCIDENT: Grand Theft / Residential Burglary

WHEN: June 3, 2019

WHERE: 2000 Block Mountain Avenue Norco

On June 3, Riverside County Sheriff’s Department Deputies responded to a call of grand theft at the 2100 block of Hamner Ave in Norco.  The suspect fled the scene to a residence in the 2000 block of Mountain Ave., in Norco. 

“Entry was made to the residence and the subject was apprehended inside the residence,” according to the Riverside County Sheriff Coroner’s office.  The suspect was later identified as Rafael Murrillo Quezada, 21 of San Bernardino.  Quezada was arrested and booked at the Robert Presley Detention Center.  The property and currency that was stolen from the residence was recovered. 

Anyone with information pertaining to this investigation is encouraged to contact Deputy Monzon at (951) 270-5673

INCIDENT: Sexual Assault Investigation

WHEN: June 20, 2019

WHERE: John F. Kennedy Middle College High School, Norco

A May 2019 investigation led to the recent arrest of Kyle Kammers, 33 of Riverside, who was a school employee at John F. Kennedy High School.  The investigation began in May 2019 when school administrators from the Corona-Norco Unified School District informed law enforcement of a possible inappropriate relationship between Kammers and a seventeen-year-old female student. 

Jurupa Valley Sheriff’s Station Investigators determined that Kammers and the student first interacted with each other at the school and communicated through text messaging, along with other social media platforms. “During some of their interactions, it was alleged Kammers started a sexual relationship with the student and received multiple inappropriate photographs of the minor,” according to the Riverside County Sheriff’s Coroner’s office.

On June 20, a search warrant was served at Kammers residence, located in the 3300 block of July Drive, and Kammers was taken into custody.  Kammers was booked and transported into the Riverside County Jail for sexual assault against a minor, in addition to various crimes.

However, this is still an active investigation. Anyone with information pertaining to this investigation is encouraged to contact Investigator Patrick at the Jurupa Valley Sheriff’s Station by calling (951) 955-9234. Citizens may also submit a tip using the Sheriff’s CrimeTips online form.

Eastvale Hamner Place Breaks Ground

Eastvale Hamner Place Breaks Ground on July 12

Photo courtesy: City of Eastvale
The above layout is the expectation of Eastvale’s newest Shop-Dine-Stay destination, Hamner Place.

Staff Reports

Eastvale– On Friday, July 12, the City celebrated the Groundbreaking of Hamner Place, Eastvale’s newest Shop-Dine-Stay destination.  Hamner Place will be located off Hamner Avenue and Schleisman Road.

“The City of Eastvale is committed to enhancing the quality of life for Eastvale residents by creating places for people to connect and have community.  Hamner Place will do just that, while elevating Eastvale and putting our city on the map!” stated City officials.

Over the years, Eastvale residents have suggested multiple dining choices and options they would like to see in the City of Eastvale. Therefore, this past year, the City surveyed all their restaurants to identify what type of dining options were missing. 

“We also conducted a Restaurant Feedback Questionnaire to better understand the community’s ideas on future development of restaurants in our community,” stated Olivia Applegate, Public Information Officer, in a news release. 

“It was important to the City of Eastvale that residents help lead us in the right direction as we focus on recruitment and attraction as part of Economic Development,” she added.

Since then, city officials have been diligently trying to identify how to elevate dining experiences in Eastvale.  City officials have met with restaurateurs and have created a Restaurant Ad-Hoc committee in an effort to reach this goal.

In result, the following establishments have been determined as the best additions to Hamner Place: Heroes Restaurant & Brewery, Tony’s Chop House, Starbucks, and Staybridge Suites by IHG.

Heroes Restaurant and Brewery is a family restaurant that serves great American food and quality hand craft beers.  They are expected to open in summer of 2020. 

In addition, Tony’s Chop House is a brand new concept created by The Meat Cellar, and will be completely unique to Eastvale.  Tony’s Chop House will feature all of the amazing steaks and chops that The Meat Cellar offers but will have an elevated ambiance and a variety of added menu items.

Lastly, Eastvale’s very first hotel, Staybridge Suites by IHG, will open in Hamner Place in 2021. Staybridge Suites is a 4.5 star, 120-room hotel that features a rooftop bar, conference and event center, pool with cabanas, and is the only hotel with vegan food options in the Inland Empire.

Hamner Place is expected to bring in more jobs, sales tax revenue, and transient occupancy tax (TOT) to the city.  Since TOT is the tax that hotel guests pay during their hotel night stays, the city of Eastvale will see these TOT funds for the first time after Staybridge Suites opens. 

In addition, to help lower the traffic into the City, the Hamner Avenue Bridge Widening project will begin after the completion of the Limonite Avenue I-15 Interchange Project, which is expected to be completed by November 2019.  The Hamner Avenue Bridge will consist of three lanes, north and south directions, which will be plenty of room for travelers to reach Hamner Place.

 “We want to thank Lewis Companies and Retail Centers for their vision for Hamner Place.  They are the definition of turning challenges into opportunities and a part of making the impossible, possible,” stated a City news release.  

“Stay tuned for more exciting news regarding dining and entertainment experiences coming to Eastvale!”

Photo courtesy: City of Eastvale,
On July 12, Eastvale City officials gathered to break ground for Hamner Place.

No Shots Fired At Picnic in the Park

Staff Reports

City clarifies that no shots were fired at annual Picnic in the Park.

Eastvale – The 15th Annual Picnic in the Park was an eventful day that took place from June 28 to June 30 at the Eastvale Community Park.

The three-day celebration welcomed a summer season of non-stop fun in Eastvale, which was held by JCSD.  The event included carnival rides, games, food and craft vendors, and a marvelous fireworks display.  In addition, there was a Salsa Making Contest judged by Mayor Rigby and Councilwoman Yow.

However, there were many rumors about an incident that happened during the event.  On June 29, social media groups filled with residents speculating about an incident that took place at the Picnic in the Park.  The City of Eastvale issued a statement on their Facebook page stating the following: “a fight took place and one of the individuals had a pellet gun. NO shots were fired and there were minor injuries only. Two suspects were subsequently arrested.”

The City of Eastvale wanted to clarify the correct information to the community and they also ensured that the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department would remain onsite through the duration of Picnic in the Park, ensuring the “event is safe and enjoyable for all.”

The clarification provided a peace of mind for Eastvale residents and they expressed their appreciation.  The rest of the event was enjoyable and safe for the community.  Until next year, Eastvale!

Eastvale Summer Events

Staff Reports

Eastvale – Summer is here and there are a variety of events for you and your family to enjoy.  Check out the list below for events in the City of Eastvale.

The City of Eastvale 8th Annual State of the City

When: July 18 at 6 p.m.

Details: A Community Event on Thursday, July 18, 2019 at Eleanor Roosevelt High School at 6 p.m. The Community Event is free to the community

More info: info@EastvaleCOC.org

Planning Commission Meeting

When: July 17 at 6 p.m.

Where: City Council Chambers, 12363 Limonite Avenue, Suite 900, Eastvale

More info: City Clerk’s Department at (951) 703-4420

65th Street LIVE! Concerts in the Park

When: July 19 from 7: 30 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Where: Harada Heritage Park, 13099 65th Street, Eastvale

Details: Neon Nation- 80s Band.  All concerts are FREE. You are welcome to bring your own food, picnic blankets, and lawn chairs. There will also be vendors selling a variety of food and drinks. 

More info: JCSD.us

Public Safety Commission Meeting

When: July 23 at 6 p.m.

Where: City Council Chambers, 12363 Limonite Avenue, Suite 900, Eastvale

More info: City Clerk’s Department at (951) 703-4420

City Council Meeting

When: July 24 at 6:30 p.m.

Where: City Council Chambers, 12363 Limonite Avenue, Suite 900, Eastvale

More info: City Clerk’s Department at (951) 703-4420

SCORE Workshop: How to Digitally Spy on the Competition

When: July 25 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. 

Where: Eastvale City Hall, 12363 Limonite Avenue, Suite 900, Eastvale

Details: During this workshop, you will learn how to set up a competition report, monitor your own website as well as those of your competitors, track your industries’ trends and more! This is a FREE workshop.

More info: To register and for more information, please visit: https://conta.cc/2KVkE48

65th Street LIVE! Concerts in the Park

When: July 26 from 7: 30 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Where: Harada Heritage Park, 13099 65th Street, Eastvale

Details: Mick Adam and the Stones- Rolling Stones Tribute.  All concerts are FREE. You are welcome to bring your own food, picnic blankets, and lawn chairs. There will also be vendors selling a variety of food and drinks. 

More info: JCSD.us

Public Safety Community Workshop

When: July 30 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. 

Where: Eastvale City Hall, 12363 Limonite Avenue, Suite 900, Eastvale

Details: Our goal of this workshop is to bring Eastvale residents and businesses together to come up with the best direction as well as strategy for public safety. Our hope is that this allows us to best meet the needs and desires of our community while remaining fiscally responsible.

65th Street LIVE! Concerts in the Park

When: August 2 from 7: 30 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Where: Harada Heritage Park, 13099 65th Street, Eastvale

Details: Hollywood U2- Tribute.  All concerts are FREE. You are welcome to bring your own food, picnic blankets, and lawn chairs. There will also be vendors selling a variety of food and drinks. 

More info: JCSD.us

65th Street LIVE! Concerts in the Park

When: August 9 from 7: 30 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Where: Harada Heritage Park, 13099 65th Street, Eastvale

Details: Cold Duck- Top 40 and Variety Band.  All concerts are FREE. You are welcome to bring your own food, picnic blankets, and lawn chairs. There will also be vendors selling a variety of food and drinks. 

More info: JCSD.us

Moonlight Cinema

When: August 10 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Where: Orchard Park, 5900 Festival Way, Eastvale

Details: Movie will be Wonder Park.  All concerts are FREE. Join JCSD in a night of family fun watching some of your favorite movies under the stars. All movies are FREE. Showtime begins at dusk.

More info: JCSD.us

65th Street LIVE! Concerts in the Park

When: August 16 from 7: 30 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Where: Harada Heritage Park, 13099 65th Street, Eastvale

Details: The Answer- Classic Rock.  All concerts are FREE. You are welcome to bring your own food, picnic blankets, and lawn chairs. There will also be vendors selling a variety of food and drinks. 

More info: JCSD.us

 

 

Fun Ways to Keep Kids’ Minds Active in Summer

Photo Courtesy: (c) Olesya Shelomova / stock.Adobe.com

By Statepoint

A vacation from school is no excuse for a vacation from thinking. Not only can learning be made fun, but you can avoid a rusty return to school in the fall by keeping kids’ minds active all summer long.

Here are a few fun ways to make thinking and learning a priority, while not detracting from the fun of summer days:

• Make the Most of a Trip: From the lifecycle of local wildlife to the accomplishments of a great figure hailing from your destination, there is always an opportunity to learn about science, art, history and more on a trip out of town. Whether you are going on a beach getaway or visiting a major city, ask your kids to research the destination before departure. Not only will this help add meaning to the trip, it’s a fun way for kids to stay intellectually occupied. Then, once you are there, look for educational opportunities like museums, historic sites and guided nature walks.

• Learn an Instrument: The summer vacation is the perfect time to delve into the world of music. And new technologies can make the process of learning enjoyable and exciting, as well as help beginners learn to play at their own pace. For example, the CT-X700, a portable keyboard with features that are tailored to casual or beginning players, comes with hundreds of built-in rhythms that span both time and the globe. Young musicians can learn not only how to play an instrument, but also get acquainted with the history of music. The Step-Up Lesson system, which displays proper fingering and notation, is a great way to easily learn songs, while its six-track recorder can quickly capture sudden inspiration.

• Play: Whether kids are playing a formal team sport or just going outside and running around, staying active is good for the brain. Indeed, evidence supports that exercise can make people more creative, improve concentration and boost memory. Take advantage of the season and hit up the pool, baseball diamond, playground and more.

• Puzzle it Out: Use new tech like ClassPad.net, to give kids the functionality necessary to tackle any math puzzle — from geometry to graphing to statistics and beyond. A free, all-in-one web-based mathematics creation and discovery resource, kids can use it to catch up this summer or work ahead.

With so many ways to make learning fun, you can avoid brain drain in your household this summer for a smoother transition back to school in the fall.

4 Ways to Get Fit as a Family

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By Statepoint

One of the keys to encouraging children to develop health habits early is to make fitness a priority in the home.

The great news is there are a variety of ways to lead an active lifestyle that are suitable for the whole family, including kids of all ages.

Let these four creative ideas help you turn each day into an opportunity to get fit and have fun as a family. As with any workout, it’s important to have the proper gear, and that starts with footwear. Each exercise is paired with a suggestion of what to consider when it’s time to choose the right shoe.

  1. Visit a playground: Choose your own adventure, taking note of your favorite parks and playgrounds and their features, such as skate parks, swings, slides and climbing walls.

Shoes to try: Vans all have a variety of “updated classic” styles available in men, women and children’s sizing in on-trend colors, such as blush, yellow and white. This ensures that everyone can find a pair that reflects their personalities, while also providing necessary support.

2. Learn a new sport: From tennis to golf to touch football, there are a variety of ways to experience healthy activities as a group.

Shoe to try: The Adidas Lite Racer features a Cloudfoam EVA midsole to guide your foot when enjoying high-impact sports, such as running or tennis.

3. Participate in a charity run: Whether you’re a seasoned runner or have just signed up for your first 5K, many fundraising races are designed to accommodate the whole family. For younger children, search for events that allow baby strollers or that host a separate Fun Run for the kids.

Shoe to try: Nike offers the Flex Experience, which features lightweight synthetic overlays for a great fit and feel in both adult and children’s sizing.

4. Get outdoors: Explore a new hiking trail to make memories and enjoy stunning scenery. Cater to all family members by choosing the length and level of difficulty of the hike.

Shoes to try: Built to go off-roading, ASICS hiking shoes features reversed lugs on the outsole to ensure a dependable grip both uphill and downhill.

New footwear can help each member of the family get motivated to meet fitness goals and try new activities. For a one-stop-shopping experience and shoe trends for families, visit the Athletic Shop at Rack Room Shoes in stores or online at http://www.rackroomshoes.com/athleticshop.

Exercise shouldn’t be a chore. With new gear, a great attitude and a sense of adventure, getting fit as a family will be fun.

Norco Dentist Cares About His Patients

Call 951-372-9094 TODAY to make an appointment with a great team! Norco Family Dental Group is located at 2031 River Rd., Norco, CA 92860. Stop by their location in the old Stater Bros. shopping center. The cross streets are 2nd & River Rd. For more information and current promotions, visit them online at www.drghorbanian.com

Staff Reports

Norco– Dr. H. Ghorbanian of Norco Family Dental Group genuinely cares for everyone who walks into his office.  As a private dentist, he strives to provide quality care and great customer service to all of his patients. 

The Norco Family Dental Group business philosophy is to listen to their patients, treat them with warm gentle care, and be understandable to their financial concern.  When asked why Dr. Ghorbanian is in the dentistry field, he said, “I just love dentistry.”  He stated that he is most satisfied when he sees the joy of his patients after giving them the smile they have always wanted.

Norco Family Dental Group offers a wide variety of dental services including cleanings & exams, periodontal treatments, dentures & partials, cosmetic dentistry, teeth-in-a-day, tooth-colored fillings, crowns (caps), porcelain veneers, smile makeovers, and implant restoration.  However, Norco Family Dental Group specializes in cosmetic and implant dentistry.  “We provide ‘all-on-four’ implant restoration,” says Ghorbanian.  Patients having problems with dentures can benefit from implant-overdenture.  In addition, Dr. Ghorbanian encourages patients ages 50 and over to come in if they are having a frustrating dental problem. 

Dr. Ghorbanian has been practicing dentistry since 1991.  In addition to years of practice, he is a member of the following organizations: American Dental Association (ASA), California Dental Association (CDA), American Academy of Implant Dentistry (AAID), American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD), and Orange County Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (OCACD). 

Norco Family Dental Group also cares about their patients’ financial situation.  They accept most PPO Dental Insurance, as well as Medical and Medicare.  However, for patients who do not have dental insurance, they offer an in-house dental plan.  This dental plan will reduce out of pocket expense by about 40% and there is no waiting period.  They also offer financial services that have no interest for 24 months.

Therefore, with Norco Family Dental Group, you no longer have to be anxious about your next dentist visit.  Call 951-372-9094 today to make an appointment with a great team.  Norco Family Dental Group is located at 2031 River Rd., Norco CA 92860.  Stop by their location in the old Stater Bros. shopping center, with cross streets on 2nd and River Rd.  For more information, visit www.drghorbanian.com

3 Ways to Make the Most of Summer Produce

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Always clean fruits and vegetables to remove pesticides, wax and soil.

By Statepoint

Summer can be all too fleeting, but one of the best ways to ensure you make the most of the season is by enjoying the generous harvest of fruits and vegetables it brings.

Here are three simple ways to make the most of summer produce:

Get Produce at Its Peak

Produce tastes best when enjoyed during its peak season. Before shopping, check produce guides to see what’s at its peak near you. A few easy ways to be sure you’re getting the cream of the crop are to join a Community-Supported Agriculture (CSA) group, visit a farmer’s market and to simply look for the local label at your supermarket. In a culinary rut? Because CSA members don’t always have the option of selecting the exact items they receive, a subscription is a particularly good idea for those with adventurous spirits looking to expand their horizons.

Be Safe

In your efforts to feed your family nutritious produce this summer, be mindful that many fruits and vegetables contain contaminants like pesticides, wax and soil on their outer layer. While independent studies show that washing produce with water or bleach solution still leaves behind large traces of pesticides, there is now a better way to protect your family.

With just a spray and rinse, Arm & Hammer’s Fruit & Vegetable Wash safely eliminates more than 90 percent of residue from the commonly used pesticide thiabendazole, when used as directed — four times better than water alone. Made with pure and simple ingredients like Arm & Hammer baking soda, water, salt and lemon oil; and free of harsh chemicals, it’s easy to stock your kitchen with it and make it a part of meal prep. For more information, as well as cleaning tips, visit armandhammercleans.com.

Use it Up

Don’t let any produce go to waste. Here are five fun uses for fruit and vegetables:

• Fruit popsicles: Chop fruit into small chunks and mix with juice and even a bit of honey. Pour the mixture into a popsicle mold and freeze. You’ll have a delicious, healthful snack for later.

• Fruit or veggie kebabs: The grill is not just for burgers and dogs. Make veggie skewers using mushrooms, zucchini, green peppers and onions. For a light dessert, grill pears and peaches to be eaten on their own or topped with a bit of ice cream.

• Pesto: Go beyond the classic basil recipe to get creative with your pesto sauces. From cilantro to spinach to mint, many of summer’s richest green herbs and vegetables make great stand-ins.

• Cold soups: The weather may be hot, but that doesn’t mean you need to put soup on the back burner — or any burner at all. From gazpacho to borscht served chilled, you can cool down with soup this summer.

• Preserves: Certain fruits — such as strawberries — can technically be found any time of year, but are absolutely unparalleled in summer. Capture that magic for the months ahead by turning your favorite fruits into jams.

5 Delicious Low-Carb Recipes Perfect for a Cookout

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By Statepoint

Food on the grill, carb-loaded side dishes and high-sugar desserts are at the center of most seasonal cookouts. But this doesn’t mean you need to avoid those countless neighborhood barbecues to ensure you stay on track with your healthy lifestyle.

Courtney McCormick, manager of Clinical Research & Nutrition for South Beach Diet, recommends these five lower-carb recipes that are great to bring along to any cookout.

• Shredded Chicken Chili: Just toss some chicken, beans, tomatoes and a combination of chili powder, ground cumin, paprika, salt, black pepper, garlic powder, onion powder and oregano in your slow cooker and let that magic machine do all the work. Six hours later, you’ll have perfectly cooked chicken and plenty of flavorful fixings for fewer calories than a chicken prepared in a sugary or cheesy sauce.

• Avocado Tuna Sandwiches: Mix lemon juice, avocado, Dijon mustard, salt and pepper in a small bowl and add canned tuna fish. Scoop onto a slice of whole grain bread with arugula, sliced cucumbers and red onions and you’ve got yourself a delicious sandwich to eat in place of that hamburger.

• Skinny Shrimp Fajitas: You won’t miss the tortilla with this recipe! Combine shrimp, onion, bell pepper, olive oil and dry fajita spices such as chili powder, garlic, onion, cumin and paprika in a large bowl. Pour into a veggie basket or place on skewers and let the grill do the work for you.

• Pesto Cilantro Dip: Bake walnuts at 275 degrees until golden brown, then chop cilantro, garlic, and walnuts in a food processor for about 25 seconds. With the machine running, pour olive oil in a steady stream. Add sour cream, lemon juice and salt. Pulse a few times to combine and you’re done! Serve with fresh veggies.

“This recipe is quick and simple,” says McCormick. “It contains minimal ingredients and it is packed with healthy fats. Plus, it keeps five days in the refrigerator and freezes for up to a month.”

• South Beach Coleslaw: Coleslaw is a BBQ staple and this recipe for a lighter version of it is easy as 1-2-3! Whisk together mayonnaise, mustard, vinegar, celery seed and a sugar substitute. Add cabbage and toss to combine. Season to taste with salt and pepper and refrigerate until ready to serve.

For more details on these recipes and other great tips and tricks to lose weight and live healthier, visit South Beach Diet’s website The Palm at palm.southbeachdiet.com/cookout-low-carb-recipes.

Remember, cookouts don’t need to wreak havoc on your healthy diet. By making some simple swaps and choosing healthier options, you’ll stay on track while still enjoying time outdoors with family and friends.

TAILGATE FEST 2019: Pull Up. Park. Party.

THE UNANIMOUS SENTIMENT AMONG ALL TAILGATERS IS THAT
“WE DON’T WANT THE TAILGATING TO STOP WHEN THE SHOW STARTS!”
WE HEAR YOU. WE AGREE!

Eastvale- Tailgate Fest is the first country music festival that caters to the fans who show up hours before the concert to pop a top, drop a tailgate and turn the parking lot…or in our case, hundreds of acres of lush green grass… into the party.

Stay where you are…we are bringing your music to you.

Tailgate Fest brings the stages outside to the tailgate. No packing up the party to head inside, no need to stop that game of cornhole, no need to stuff all your belongings in your pockets or grab sweaters and extras to last you the evening.

Tailgating can continue throughout the whole festival as fans can watch their favorite performers from their personal party setups at their vehicles.

DON’T WANT TO TAILGATE? NO PROBLEM!

For some fans who are “Country AF” but don’t want to tailgate, General Admission Stageside, Pit Passes or even our side stage POOL viewing platform, offer the more traditional experience to get up close to the stage.  Yes, we said “pool.”  A limited number of people can secure a SUPER VIP pass to kick back with their favorite beverage and plant themselves in the pool while watching the best that Country music has to offer.

The ultimate fan experience – YOUR food, YOUR drinks, YOUR kind of Country Music Festival

ACTIVITIES

EXTREME CORNHOLE CHAMPIONSHIPS
Enter the Tailgate Fest World Cornhole Championships at our Extreme Cornhole Court

JACKED UP TRUCK COMPETITION
Show off your hot truck in our Jacked Up Truck Competition where we’ll be the judge of how hot it really is….and those lucky cowboys and cowgirls could win incredible prizes from Yeti Coolers to ticket upgrades and more so get those trucks polished and primped. You just may win Best In Show. (Entry details coming soon)

TWO STEP HONKY TONK
Test out your dancing skills or take lessons at our Honky Tonk and bring what you’ve learned back to your tailgate to turn the volume up on the party.

MORNING BLOODY BRUNCH
Kick off day two right with your fellow tailgater country comrades who, regardless of partying all day Saturday, are ready for another one on Sunday! (Reservation Information Coming Soon)

TAILGATE UNPLUGGED
Each night we’ll feature local artists who will be performing acoustic sets of your favorite country songs around a campfire! Pull your person tight and feed each other S’mores …or just roast smores and feed them to yourself! Either way, you’ll be having a hell of a good time around the campfire.

*ALL NEW* BOOTS & BIKINIS 

Mega Pool Party at Tailgate Fest: Sometimes the best part of the festival is the hotel pool party and let’s face it, it can be hard to leave.
Guess what?  We really get you. Welcome To BOOTS & BIKINIS…Tailgate Fest’s VIP ONLY All Day, All Night Pool Party. We’re bringing that hotel pool party to you:

  • Exclusive specialty cocktails from our sponsors
  • Live DJ spinning
  • Poolside Waitstaff
  • Lounge Chairs and Towels
  • Tailgate Unplugged performances
  • Pool Volleyball, Beerpong & Horseshoes
  • S’mores and Fire-pits

This is our no-holds-barred pool party spectacular and, just like the tailgating doesn’t stop at Tailgate Fest…now neither does the pool party. Welcome to Boots and Bikinis at Tailgate Fest.

GENERAL INFORMATION-

DATE:

August 17-18, 2019 (Two Days)

ADDRESS:

Leal Ranch, 12740 58th St.  Eastvale, CA 92880

Carpooling, ride-sharing and public transportation are highly encouraged. Drop-offs are permitted at entrances. There will be a dedicated Lyft/Rideshare pick up lot onsite.

GATES OPEN:

10am (Event is Rain or Shine)

BOX OFFICE HOURS:

10am-10pm

AGES:

This is an all-ages event. Everyone needs a ticket regardless of age

PRESS/MEDIA

For Press and Media inquiries, please email heather@hbprnm.com / 615-579-8043
Or brittany@hbpr.com / 310-698-9450

SPONSORSHIP

For sponsorship opportunities, please email info@latailgatefest.com

GENERAL POLICY

Wristbands are sold per person (NOT per Vehicle) and will govern which sections you can access. A GA wristband will not have access to the VIP tailgate lot and vise versa.

Event is Rain Or Shine

All Sales Are Final – No Exceptions

Do Not Try on your wristband when it comes in the mail. Once it’s tightened it will not come off.

All Wristbands are non-transferable

TICKETING ISSUES

For any ticketing issues please email:  order-support@frontgatetickets.com or call 888-512-7469

ENTRY/RE-ENTRY 

The event is outdoors and once parked you are inside the festival space and can move around based on your wristband category access. Once your vehicle leaves the grounds, you are not allowed to return with it until the next day.

WRISTBANDS

All wristbands will be shipped to the address provided in the weeks leading up to Tailgate Fest.  Tracking will be sent to you once your package has shipped.  Please stay tuned to Tailgate Fest social media regarding the status of your wristbands.  If you do not receive your wristbands by the time you are headed to the event, please visit http://support.frontgatetickets.com/

NOT ALLOWED AT TGF: STRICTLY ENFORCED / ALL VEHICLES AND PATRONS SUBJECT TO SEARCH

No Weapons of Any Kind, including Fireworks or explosives
No One Under 21 can consume alcohol anywhere on site
No Drugs/Illegal Substances
No KEGS
No Skateboards, Scooters, Personal Motorized Vehicles, Bicycles
No Pets (Absolutely no pets, not even in cars as it will be a hot day)
No unlicensed vending, sampling, giveaways, handbills
No Masks or face paint
Persons engaging in violent or unruly behavior will be immediately ejected from the concert site or parking lots, and no refunds will be given for their tickets
No Glass bottles (please use cans and cups)
No Laser Pointers
No Drones

REFUND/REPLACE

No Refunds will be given for any reason
Lost or Stolen Tickets will not be replaced. Treat them like cash
Wristbands will be mailed to the address provided.

CAMPING RULES-

CAMPING IS OPEN FROM FRIDAY, AUGUST 16TH AT 3PM – MONDAY, AUGUST 19TH AT 10AM. YOU MAY CHECK IN FRIDAY 3P-11P/SATURDAY 8A-6P.
  • You must have a Tailgate Fest festival wristband and Campground wristband for access to the campgrounds. You can purchase your passes here.
  • Sites are first-come, first-serve.  No saving Spots.
    • RV spaces are 20X50
      One Vehicle per site allowed
    • Tent spaces are 10×30 (and in a different section. Tents and Rv’s cannot commingle)
    • NO Car Camping is permitted.
    • All camping is Dry Camping
    • No Vehicle ins/outs.
  • The campsite is right behind the stage/performance area and a short 2-3 minute walk.
  • Your camping spot is your tailgating spot.
    • You may not leave an additional truck/car in the GA or VIP Tailgate Sections.
    • No overnight parking will be permitted in the Tailgating Lots.
  • Limit of one steering wheel per campsite.
    • If you are camping in a 5th Wheel/Airstream, the companion vehicle is required to stay with the 5th Wheel or in the event it doesn’t fit, a nearby lot designated for companion vehicles.  It may not be moved to the Tailgating lots.
    • Your space in the campsite is your tailgate spot.  The campsite is directly behind the stage and very close so you may walk to and from the stage and access the applicable areas respective to your wristband category throughout the day and night as long as you have the wristbands stated in item #1.
  • All vehicles are subject to search upon arrival, No Vehicle Re-Entry! Surrendered items are considered forfeited on entry. No items will be returned
  • Each patron must be 21 to drink alcohol within the campground area. If you enter the campground with beer or wine, your government-issued ID will be checked to verify you are 21+ years of age. The San Bernardino Sheriff’s Dept. will frequently enter the campgrounds and ID campers drinking alcohol at random. If you are underage and are caught illegally consuming an alcoholic beverage, you run the risk of receiving a citation or even being arrested. Carry your government-issued identification AT ALL TIMES.
  • Absolutely no car movement will be permitted unless you are leaving the event permanently outside of noted lockdown hours. Once your vehicles are in the campsite, they must remain there for the duration of the festival.  This is for your safety and the safety of your neighbors. If you need to leave early or unexpectedly, please let security know and they will safely guide you out of the campsite.  You will not be permitted back in. 
    • Vehicle lockdown will be from 9pm until approximately 2am while we allow pedestrians to exit the venue.  This is to ensure the safety of our guests.  Please be patient with our staff.
  • Resale of passes is prohibited.
  • Transferring passes is prohibited.
  • Passes must be displayed at all times.
  • NO Open Flame BBQ or Fire-Pits (Propane Ok)
  • Tent and awning stakes must be marked.
  • Severe Weather: This time of year could bring high winds and high heat.  Tailgate Fest is focused on the safety of its patrons, employees and service partners. As such, plan to bring plenty of water as It is imperative to stay hydrated all weekend long. Additionally, make sure tents are well staked and that face masks, bandanas, and sunglasses are on your Tailgate Checklists.
  • Generators: Campsites are close together. When utilizing a generator, please be considerate of your neighbors. The quieter and more ventilated your generator is, the better. Please “pipe up” internal generators reducing noise and diverting exhaust fumes above the RV and away from your neighbor’s camping area. For free-standing generators, a “muffle box” can reduce noise and direct exhaust away from fellow campers. All generators are the sole responsibility of their owners.
  • KEEP YOUR AREA CLEAN! Keep a trash receptacle in your camping area helps prevent accumulation, odors and helps create a pleasant camping environment. We offer curbside garbage pickup! Leave your trash-specific bags near the road by 10am Sat-Monday for collection.
  • Recycling: Tailgate Fest is highly focused on our environmental footprint and takes keeping our waste to a minimum. Let’s recycle all our beverage containers. Please leave your recycle-specific bags in a separate pile near the road by 10am Sat-Monday for collection.
  • Overnight Parking: Overnight parking is only permitted in the Campsite and only one steering wheel per spot.  Companion vehicles of 5th Wheel that don’t fit into its space will be parked at a  designated non-tailgating lot.
  • Fire lanes must remain open at all times.
  • Reflectors are requested on bicycles.
  • Sorry, no pets.
  • No fireworks, weapons of any kind, sky lanterns, candle balloons, large bonfires or pit fires.
  • No parking within 50 feet of water stations.
  • No vending without proper vendor permit.
  • Motorcycles must be parked in designated motorcycle parking, not at your campsite.
  • No semi-trailers, off-road vehicles, ATVs or rental trucks allowed.
  • No private golf carts allowed.
  • No open-pit or charcoal fires are permitted. Small camping stoves and small propane BBQ’s are permitted.
  • No water balloon launchers, spotlights, horseshoes, laser points, or other items that pose a danger to surrounding guests. Small kiddie or wading pools are allowed.
  • No unmanned aircraft (drones/helicopters).
  • If you or members of your group are removed from the camping facilities by security for violation of any festival rule, vehicles may be removed at owner’s expense.
  • No glass is allowed within the campgrounds. Please pour/move all contents that are in a glass container into a plastic one before arriving.
  • No selling or buying drugs including marijuana and prescription drugs.
  • The venue/promoters are not responsible for any materials misplaced, lost or stolen.  It is recommended that you do not bring valuable items and that anything valuable is locked in your campers or cars.
  • The venue/promoters are not responsible for stolen or damaged vehicles.  Overnight parking will not be allowed.  In the extenuating circumstance that a designated driver is not able to drive, the vehicle may be left overnight at the owner’s own risk.
  • All Campers must adhere to 1:30am NOISE CURFEW (Quiet Time Rules)
  • Included services in Campgrounds will include: Restrooms, Handwashing Stations, Water Refilling stations for water bottles only, trash/recycling collection, Food & Beverage vendors
THE FOLLOWING ITEMS ARE NOT ALLOWED INSIDE THE CAMPGROUNDS: (PROHIBITED ITEMS)
  • ABSOLUTELY NO GLASS Containers of any size (this includes your alcohol containers)
  • NO GLASS ANYTHING
  • NO weapons of any kind
  • NO drug paraphernalia or drugs
  • NO metal tools including hammers, mallets etc.
  • NO metal tent stakes (plastic tent stakes allowed only)
  • NO animals will be allowed in the campgrounds. Entry will be denied.
  • NO fireworks, paper lanterns or any type of explosives
  • NO unauthorized vending of any kind is allowed.
  • NO drones (with or without cameras) or any unmanned flying vehicle
  • NO box trucks, cube trucks, utility type trailers, ATV’s, Golf Carts, Dirt Bikes, mopeds or other motorized vehicles will not be permitted on site.
  • NO open flame campfires of any kind will be permitted
  • NO amplified sound musical equipment
  • NO tiki torches
  • NO tanks of compressed air, helium, nitrous
  • NO balloons
  • NO hoverboards or motorized scooters
  • NO cameras with detachable lens
  • NO laser pointers
  • NO AXES
  • NO Spare Vehicle Batteries
  • NO Chains/Chain Wallets
  • NO dumbbells/kettlebells/weight plates
  • NO Golf Clubs
  • NO Promotional Items or wrapped vehicles
  • NO Spray Paint
  • NO Scissors, tools or sporting equipment (bats, clubs, sticks, metal)
  • NO Bicycles of any kind

*LISTS SUBJECT TO CHANGE

THE FOLLOWING ITEMS ARE ALLOWED INSIDE THE CAMPGROUNDS: (APPROVED ITEMS)
  • Digital Cameras
  • Games/Giant Jenga/Corn Hole, etc
  • Glow Sticks
  • 2 cases of beer/ boxed wine per vehicle (No Glass)
  • Tent / sleeping bag
  • Inflatable furniture
  • Bug spray
  • Sunscreen/sunglasses/hat for shade
  • Plastic trash bags
  • Extra toilet paper
  • Acoustic musical equipment (No bongos after midnight!)
  • Rubber mallet for tent stakes
  • Portable electric or battery-powered lantern or flashlight with extra batteries
  • A flag to identify your campsite (no metal but METAL)
  • A small luggage lock for your tent (please don’t bring any valuables – if you must, keep them locked in your vehicle out of view)
  • Earplugs
  • First Aid Kit
  • A camera (professional cameras with detachable lenses are NOT allowed)
  • Water / Ice
  • Food / Coolers
  • Small propane cooking stove/propane grill (using propane containers of 16.4 oz or smaller)
  • Lawn chairs
  • Blankets
  • GOOD TIMES

TENT CAMPING

Sites are 30’ x 10’

  • One vehicle per site allowed
  • Tent must fit within the same site as vehicle
  • Sites assigned in order of arrival.
  • No Sleeping in vehicle.
  • No vehicle ins/outs. .
  • Passenger cars, trucks or vans only

Tailgate Fest is the first festival of it’s kind and was designed to superserve the experience country music and tailgating.  This has made the festival an incredible amount of fun and our fans are some of the happiest and best moods we’ve seen at festivals.  Let’s all take care of each other and help each other out.  If someone is out of buns and you have some to spare make a swap for some ketchup or something.  Let’s have the greatest weekend of the summer and keep it cool.  It’s tailgating after-all!

We’re here to help.  Email us anytime for questions: info@latailgate

5 Warm Weather Weight Loss Blunders to Avoid

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Make favorite drinks healthier with simple ingredient swaps, says Julie Chrisley.

By Statepoint

Along with warm weather comes picnics, cookouts and other parties that can take a toll on your healthy lifestyle.

To help you stay on track while you’re enjoying the sunshine and good times, Courtney McCormick, manager, Clinical Research and Nutrition at Nutrisystem, is sharing the top five weight loss blunders people tend to make this time of year and simple tips for avoiding them.

• Blunder 1: Crash dieting: The thought of putting on a swimsuit may entice you to crash diet. Crash diets are not only unhealthy, they tend to slow metabolism, making it difficult for you to drop more than just a few pounds. Also, any weight you lose short-term will be regained as soon as you resume eating normally. It’s best to stick with your healthy lifestyle year-round. Have a bad day? That’s okay. Vow to get back on track the next day.

• Blunder 2: Ordering smoothies and frapps: When the weather turns hot, a blended drink can seem like an ideal morning or afternoon pick-me-up. However, those from coffee shops and convenience stores tend to be loaded with sugar and fat. A 16-ounce serving may have more than 200 calories and 50 grams of sugar. Quench cravings by ordering unsweetened or lightly sweetened iced coffee or tea or opt for a protein shake.

“Being from the south, I love my sweet tea. To be sure I don’t overdo it on the sugar, I will use a little bit of honey as a sweetener instead,” said Julie Chrisley, Nutrisystem ambassador.

• Blunder 3: Not watching alcohol intake: Alcoholic beverages can be very refreshing in warm weather, but even a light beer or white wine is more than 100 calories, and today’s popular sweet drinks like hard cider and wine coolers have as many 180 calories each. To avoid over-indulging, alternate one or two drinks with fizzy seltzer over ice and a lime wedge.

• Blunder 4: Perspiring to lose: When you exercise in the heat, you may think you can feel the pounds melting off with each bead of sweat. And if you weigh yourself right before and after a workout, you may see a difference. The problem is as soon as you replace the fluids you’ve sweated out, you’ll see on the scale that you’ve lost little, if any, weight. Your best bet is to maintain a steady activity level every day so that you get at least 150 minutes of movement a week. Regular activity keeps your metabolism burning continually, even if you’re just walking inside an air-conditioned mall.

• Blunder 5: Loading plates with BBQ favorites: Backyard barbecues bring out many favorite classics, like potato salad and coleslaw. While those dishes start with healthful vegetables, they get weighed down with excessive saturated fats from mayonnaise and sour cream. What’s more, the loads of sugar in popular barbecue sauces can heap calories on a lean chicken breast. To manage intake, avoid creamy salads and dip chicken in BBQ sauce instead of slathering it on before grilling.

For more tips and tricks for staying on track with weight loss and healthy lifestyle goals, visit leaf.nutrisystem.com.

To overcome the most common warm weather weight loss blunders, it’s best to know what they are, as well has have go-to strategies to avoid them.

Riverside Police & Fire to Assist in Upcoming Summer S.T.E.M. Academy for Local High School Students

Riverside Stem Police

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Courtesy InlandEmpire.US

Last week, the Science and Technology Education Partnership (STEP) announced an interactive program that will immerse 140 Riverside high school students in the application of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) in Law Enforcement and Public Safety (LEAPS). This program will provide intensive, hands-on STEM training through experiential learning. It will also focus on Police and Fire Department careers during the week of July 15 -19, 2019. Two groups of 70 pre-selected students will spend the week with the Riverside Police Department and the Riverside Fire Department. Members of Police and Fire will provide instruction and hands-on training to students in various areas where STEM concepts are applied within public safety. At the completion of the week, students will develop and present their innovative STEM LEAPS projects during the design challenge competition.

The program curriculum will include:

  • Simulated detection and neutralization of bombs and hazardous materials
  • Application of scientific methods to manage, collect and analyze crime scene data including fingerprints and blood samples
  • Arson/Fire Investigation
  • Vehicle Extrication & Jaws of Life demonstration
  • Hazardous Materials Response and Mitigation
  • Construction and coding of robots
  • Developing mobile apps to assist in emergency situations
  • Crime scene forensic analysis
  • Paramedic & Critical Care Transport – American Medical Response (AMR)
  • Hands Only CPR

“A major goal for the STEM LEAPS Learning Labs is that many more of our local students will graduate from college with STEM degrees and then be employed by the Riverside Police Department, Riverside Fire Department, and other local law enforcement and public safety organizations,” said Gordon Bourns, Chairman and CEO of Bourns, Inc.

Construction Update: I-15 Limonite Avenue Interchange Project

Here is the latest construction update for the upcoming week (7/15/19-7/20/19) from the City of Eastvale:

Autism Mom: You are Never Alone

Columnist Melody Kramer, BKA: Autism Mom

By Melody Kramer

Being a mom, autism mom or not, is tough. Our lives get so consumed with our children’s activities. Some have sports, others like me may have therapy (speech, OT and so on).  It can get overwhelming and consume so much time.

We as moms look around, and there are moms everywhere. So why at times do we feel alone?  We are so busy with kids here and there we miss the mark and don’t connect.  That feeling of loneliness can fester inside to where we feel defeated, sad and all alone at times.  We have to remember God is just a prayer away. We are never alone as long as we have God by our side. I have heard if God feels far away, it’s not Him that moved.   God is always watching us, is there for us and here to comfort us.  We need to keep moving forward and trusting the Lord above that he’s with us.  He sends us angels that we do call friends, though there are times when one feels alone running around, doing errands rushing off kids and picking up kids.   All we have to do is look to the heavens and know that no matter where we are or what we do we are never alone.

“Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be frightened, and do not be dismayed, for the Lord your God is with you wherever you go.”

 Joshua 1:9 ESV

Melody Kraemer is the Editor and Publisher of Macaroni Kid: Jurupa Valley-Eastvale and Macaroni Kid: Riverside. For more information or general encouragement, feel free to email her at: autismmomofboys@gmail.com