S3E7 – March Episode


The mission of the Temecula Valley Historical Society is to “identify, preserve and promote the historical legacy of the Temecula Valley and to educate the public about its historical significance.” Projects have included the placement of plaques and markers on historic buildings and sites in Old Town Temecula, the restoration of the Louis Wolf Tomb, the restoration of a stagecoach and the production of a DVD about the local history. The Society provides self-guided walking tour maps of Old Town Temecula to local shopkeepers for public distribution.
Check out this deeper look into Vail Ranch History.

Need to Know

The Riverside Public Health System keeps track of Covid-19 metrics.
The IRS website has information you need to know about filing, getting your stimulus money, and more.
Rental assistance can be found at United Lift


Workforce Development
Whether you are looking for a job or have one to fill, get help at Riverside County Workforce.
SOI Crew Story
Sergio reviewed the You’re My Boy, Blue! Burger from Public House in Temecula.

Good to Know

Did you know a local business in Temecula has been tasked with providing supplies and even the production of covid-19 vaccines? MilliporeSigma a global provider in life science and now a part of history has been very involved with rolling out the vaccines.
IECF College Scholarships are still available as of the end of March.
Know of a kid who could use a break? Or do you want to help a child? Call on Big Brothers and Big Sisters
Blood Bank needs YOU to donate. Come to the blood drive at JDS Creative Academy on April 29, 2021. Sign up here

Voice of Innovation

Find out more about Women’s History month here. If you want to learn more about Ashley Eakin, check out her accomplishments on her website.

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