By Brent Wakefield, President and CEO, Meals on Wheels San Diego County It’s hot and temperatures will only continue to rise as we move further into the summer season. Most of us are feeling like Earth has turned into Mars as the heat scorches on, with California already reaching a record-setting heatwave. When temperatures soar, it’s… Continue reading Easy Tips for Seniors to Beat the Heat as Temperatures Soar
Leadership and Life Skills at Hickman Elementary School Inspire Young Students to Become 21st Century Leaders with the Leader in Me Process CITY OF SCHOOL –San Diego – May 18, 2021– Hickman Elementary announced today the school has been certified and named as a Leader in Me Lighthouse School by FranklinCovey Education. This recognition is evidence… Continue reading Hickman Elementary Named a Leader in Me Lighthouse School by FranklinCovey Education
By Pam Stevens The Mira Mesa Town Council, Mira Mesa’s non-profit volunteer civic group, invites everyone interested to attend the Mira Mesa Town Council meeting via Zoom this Monday evening, June 7, 2021. On the agenda will be: -Awarding of the three 2021 Mira Mesa Town Council/Verne Goodwin Scholarships: MMTC Scholarship Committee Chair Eric Kolbeck… Continue reading MMTC Honors Scholarship Winners and City Councilmember Chris Cate Speaks June 7!
By Pam Stevens New Owners Plan to Re-open Iconic Mira Mesa Business Mira Mesa Lanes, the iconic bowling alley in the heart of Mira Mesa and one of the community’s oldest businesses, has been purchased by new owners who plan to re-open the historic business as soon possible. Professional bowler Missy Parkin and her husband,… Continue reading Mira Mesa Lanes Saved!
Miramar College will be featured at the April 5 MMTC Meeting via Zoom, 7 PM. In addition, Mayor Gloria will update MMTC on City issues Meet the new Miramar College president, Dr. P. Wesley Lundburg, and learn from Professor Tanya Hertz about the Regional Entrepreneurship Center (REC) Innovation Lab, at the Mira Mesa Town Council… Continue reading Mira Mesa Town Council April 5, 2021 MMTC Meeting
Under the guidance of the CA Department of Public Health and San Diego County’s Public Health Officer, the San Diego Public Library will be closed until further notice. Programs and events at the library are cancelled until further notice, although virtual events, such as meetings of the Mira Mesa Library’s monthly book group, the Banned… Continue reading MIRA MESA BRANCH LIBRARY Announcement – March 1, 2020
By Gary Weitzman, DVM, president and CEO, San Diego Humane Society In a report published in the San Diego Union Tribune on December 20, 2020 titled “San Diego Humane Society urged to stop releasing adoptable cats back onto streets,” reporter Morgan Cook noted that some animal advocates disagree about the best care for community cats.… Continue reading Creating a More Compassionate World for Community Cats
WEBINAR – DRAFT LAND USE SCENARIOS – FEBRUARY 18, 2021 The City of San Diego and the Mira Mesa Community Plan Update Advisory Committee are hosting a live webinar to review and discuss the draft land use scenarios. During the webinar, questions can be submitted by the public for a Q&A session after the presentation.… Continue reading MIRA MESA COMMUNITY PLAN UPDATE ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING Feb. 18 5:30
By Pam Stevens Meet newly elected Third District San Diego County Supervisor Terra Lawson-Remer via Zoom when she updates the Mira Mesa Town Council on the state of the County at the Mira Mesa Town Council meeting Monday, February 1, at 7pm. Public welcome! Details about how to join the meeting via Zoom or watch… Continue reading County Supervisor Terra Lawson-Remer Featured at Feb. 1 MMTC Meeting via Zoom, 7pm
SAN DIEGO — As with many recent community and cultural events, the Vietnamese American Youth Alliance (VAYA) announced the cancellation of the in-person 16th annual San Diego Tết Festival. The event, which typically attracts thousands of visitors to Mira Mesa, was scheduled for Feb. 12-14, 2021. Instead, VAYA will host the event virtually, tentatively scheduled… Continue reading 16th Annual SD Tết Festival Goes Virtual Feb 13, 2021