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Renaissance Pleasure Faire Opens Seven-week Run April 6

LOS ANGELES, CA: The Queen invites you to join the celebration of the 57th anniversary season of the Renaissance Pleasure Faire. ‘Tis a great and mighty wonder, this joyous feast day brings! Your trip may only take you ten minutes East of Pasadena, but you’ll end up 500 years and a continent away. Step through our gate, out of the modern, weary world, and into a land of unbridled imagination, celebration, and compassion. The Original Renaissance Pleasure Faire – the world’s oldest – presents its 57th anniversary season, beginning April 6th, and continuing each weekend through May 19th, at the Santa Fe Dam Recreation Area in Irwindale, CA.

Victor Valley College Hosts High School Construction Competition

VICTORVILLE, CA: The Victor Valley College Construction Technology department hosted its third annual building competition between local high school teams last month.

The Construction and Manufacturing Technology program prepares students for various positions in the construction field, including the opportunity to become self-employed.

The goals of the high school-level building competition were to spread awareness of the opportunities available at VVC and to show how much fun it can be for students who are striving to work in the field of construction, according to Construction Technology Department Chair Anthony Bonato.

Hesperia, Victorville Job Openings, & March 30 – 5 SBC Positions & Jobs


Lifeguard – $12.00/hr. Must be at least 15 years of age. Lifeguard Job Description – Seasonal Part Time Aquatics

Water Safety Instructor: $12.25/hr. Must be at least 16 years of age. Water Safety Instructor Job Description – Seasonal Part Time Aquatics

Victor Valley College Student Leaders Make Their Voices Heard In D.C.

WASHINGTON D.C.: By Nicole Fox: Sixteen Victor Valley College students spent six days attending a national leadership conference and discussing critical community college issues with public officials in the nation’s capital earlier this month.

During the American Student Association for Community Colleges (ASACC) conference, held March 9 to 12, the students heard from speakers David Baime, senior vice president for government

Students Invited To Enter MD Air District Poster Contest

VICTORVILLE, CA: Local students who have a “Flair for Clean Air” can earn a chance to win up to $100 and a new bicycle by participating in the Mojave Desert Air Quality Management District’s 2019 Clean Air Month Poster Contest.

The District annually hosts a new theme for the contest and challenges students to learn about issues affecting air quality while also being creative. This year’s theme, “A Flair for Clean Air,”

VVC Play This Weekend And Next: Classical Comedy Tartuffe

Simone Graham – Editor: This is an opportunity to take the teens in the family for some local exposure to culture that will give them background for future or current classes in school. Reading it is fine, but seeing it performed live is so much better.

All-VVC student cast production of Tartuffe, by Moliere, running the next two weekends in the Black Box Theatre in the Performing Arts Center (building 54). Please support the students’ hard work for the last seven weeks of rehearsals!

Elsinore Super Bloom Update

LAKE ELSINORE, CA – City Hall: This weekend, we will execute the same plan as last weekend and road closures will be put in place to accommodate the shuttles and prevent gridlock.

Road closures will be from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. and include: Lake St. Northbound, Nichols Rd. Eastbound, Nichols Exits on I-15 are for visitors only, El Toro Road and Lake Street On/Off Ramps.

City Fire Dept. On-Track For March 30 Launch

VICTORVILLE, CA: The City of Victorville recently hosted a Swearing In Ceremony for its re-established Victorville Fire Department. During the ceremony, 50 line personnel including the department’s captains, engineers and firefighter/paramedics took the oath of office and received their service badges.

“Our fire personnel bring with them a wealth of experience and skill that will benefit Victorville,” said City Manager Keith Metzler.” “They were chosen from an applicant pool of more than 250 applicants and following rigorous testing and background evaluations.”

AV Town Council Expands Allowances For Second Dwelling Units

APPLE VALLEY, CA: Town Council unanimously approved to expand the opportunities for construction of accessory dwelling units in Apple Valley. This was necessary to comply with new State law requirements. Also known as a granny house or a second home, accessory dwelling units (ADUs) can provide independent living for family members or others in need of affordable housing.

LAFCO Approves North Apple Valley Annexation

APPLE VALLEY: The Town of Apple Valley has received approval by the Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO) for San Bernardino County to annex approximately 1,365 acres in north Apple Valley.

“The annexation adds three miles of prime freeway frontage to the Town’s boundaries,” said Apple Valley Mayor Larry Cusack. “The annexation area is a logical extension of the Town’s continued growth.”