The city of Beaumont seeks the public’s help in coming up with a mascot that will reflect and represent the community the city’s Parks and Recreation department serves.
An altar displayed depictions of gifts and harvest, and a kinara holding seven candles representing the principles of Kwanzaa was set up at the front of the Center For Spiritual Living.
The morning of Dec. 1 Banning City Manager Doug Schulze gave the San Gorgonio Pass Rotary Club an overview of future development within the city, pointing out that in spite of limited land resources the city is showing economic growth.
The Beaumont-Cherry Valley Recreation and Park District (BCVRP) helped open up the Christmas season by hosting the 29th annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony at the Cherry Valley Grange Monday evening, Nov. 28.
The Beaumont-based nonprofit Little Wishes Big Hearts program is collecting toys to distribute to more than 200 young people around the Pass area community, and will host a free event between 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. the afternoon of Dec. 11 at the Beaumont Civic Center.
It was mostly adults who were gallivanting at the Boys & Girls Club’s clubhouse last weekend, as they participated in a cheesy (“cheesy” in a good way) fundraising event that combined some old-fashioned games with lots of chances to win not-so-cheesy prizes.
In its second year of being hosted in Banning, the city’s growing film community drew nearly 300 visitors to the Prestige Film Festival, which took place at Fox Cineplex and the Station Taphouse last weekend.
After being held at the Grange for 29 years the Beaumont-Cherry Valley Recreation and Park District’s annual Winterfest will be moved to Noble Creek Park this year to give it space to grow. The free community event will be held Friday, Dec. 2, and Saturday, Dec. 3.
- Beaumont approves plan change to accommodate school district
- Athletic director Martin DuSold retires from Beaumont Unified
- Beaumont approves street improvements, extensions
- Policy handbook passes, but Beaumont sports fields fees are on hold
- Christian Braun De La Fuente
- Station 98 gets new engine
- Sheriff’s department mourns second line-of-duty death
- Beaumont High School alumnus Korey Slaughter remembered at vigil
- Vera Elena Garcia-Flores
- One killed, three injured in ramming, shooting incident
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