How crazy does December get for you? Some of the things that people do… Getting gifts, making sure getting all the work done in the office is done (getting those extra hours before vacation), family gathering and if you’re hosting… Good luck on getting all your groceries and cooking done in time. And trying to add… Continue reading December Fitness Survival Guide (Getting Your Workout In)
Article By: Pam Stevens The Mira Mesa High School Madrigals, directed by Marielena Teng, will begin the December 3 MMTC meeting with a brief program of seasonal music. The meeting starts at 7pm in the Mira Mesa Library community meeting room, 8405 New Salem Street, San Diego CA 92126. Following the Madrigals’ choral program, the… Continue reading MMHS Madrigals Sing, Mira Mesa Volunteer of the Year Vote at December 3 MMTC Meeting
Article By: Vincent Lazaneo Remember when cut fir trees used for Christmas décor had a pleasant, piney scent? That seasonal aroma you enjoyed in the past may now be absent unless the decorations you hang on your tree include a pine scented ornament. I have not purchased a cut Christmas tree for many years but… Continue reading The Scent of Christmas Past
[Pictured Above: The onion variety, yellow Granex, is used to produce Maui onions in Hawaii. Photo Credit: Forest Starr and Kim Starr] Article By: Vincent Lazaneo Many cultures use onions to enhance the flavor of prepared food. If you use onions, it’s convenient to buy them from a retail store but people who like to garden… Continue reading Onion Secrets For Sweet Success
Article By: Pam Stevens Each year since 1984 the Mira Mesa Town Council has held an annual dinner to recognize special volunteers who make the community a better place to live. The Volunteer of the Year Dinner is also an opportunity to raise funds for the college scholarships which MMTC awards to graduating high… Continue reading Mira Mesa Volunteer of the Year Nominations Due Nov 1, Vote at MMTC Dec 3
Looking for a scary good time on Halloween night? If you visited the “Salem Haunts Mira Mesa” booth at 4thof July Fun Day in Mira Mesa Community Park last summer, you already know where to go! Every Halloween since 2012, a group of friends and neighbors have transformed the front yard at 10908 New Salem… Continue reading Salem Haunts Mira Mesa on October 31!
[Pictured Above: Large black and yellow garden spider feeds on many pests in garden. Photo Credit: Jack Kelly Clark, courtesy University of California Statewide IPM Program.] Article By: Vincent Lazaneo You may dislike spiders, but before you kill them consider where they are located. Their webs may be a nuisance but for the most part spiders in… Continue reading Spiders: Good Outdoors – Not Indoors