By Pam Stevens Jeanne Christensen, Mira Mesa High School Sapphire Sound band director since 1994, will be honored by the Mira Mesa Town Council as 2018 Mira Mesa Volunteer of the Year at the MMTC Volunteer of the Year Dinner on Friday, March 29, 2019, at the Country Inn & Suites hotel in western Mira… Continue reading Make Your Reservations Now! MMTC Volunteer of the Year Dinner March 29th to Honor Jeanne Christiansen!
Article By: Al Radick On Saturday February 9th, a small army of folks turned out to Hourglass Field Community Park for I Love A Clean San Diego day. A full attack was launched on the park and the adjacent areas. The mission was a complete success… a total of almost 500 lbs. of trash and… Continue reading I Love A Clean San Diego – Mira Mesa Edition!
Article from: SANDAG Significant Rail Improvements to Occur in North County and San Diego A scheduled closure of the region’s coastal rail line will be in effect this weekend to allow SANDAG crews to work on rail and station improvements and conduct rail maintenance. The rail closure affects four railroads operating on the San… Continue reading FULL RAIL CLOSURES FROM OCEANSIDE TO SAN DIEGO SCHEDULED FOR THIS WEEKEND
Article By: Al Radick Jan. 2019 A few years ago while having coffee with an old friend at the Bad Ass Coffee Co. in Rancho Penasquitos I innocently asked what he thought of the museum in Penasquitos Canyon. Surprisingly he answered What Museum? Well the following week we got our coffee to go and I… Continue reading THE STEALTH MUSEUM
Article by: San Diego Unified Forty years after the first school shooting in city history, the San Diego Unified School District is remembering the victims and engaging the community in an effort to end gun violence. San Diego Unified principal Burton Wragg and custodian Mike Suchar were killed in the shooting outside Cleveland Elementary School… Continue reading San Diego Unified leaders Outline Steps to Help Schools Protect Students from Gun Violence
[Pictured Above: Larvae of the convergent lady beetle feeding on aphid. The larvae is often mistaken for a pest. Photo Credit: Jack Kelly Clark, courtesy University of California Statewide IPM Program.] Article By: Vincent Lazaneo Each spring as swallows return to Capistrano colonies of aphids appear in gardens. The insect feeds on plant sap and… Continue reading Watch for Aphids in Spring
MEETING NOTICE Please join us on February 12, 2019 for the monthly meetings of the MIRA MESA RECREATION COUNCIL 501c3, 6:30PM MIRA MESA RECREATION ADVISORY GROUP, 7:00PM at Lopez Ridge Neighborhood Park Recreation Center 7245 Calle Cristobal miramesarecreationcouncil.org