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By IMPERIAL VALLEY PRESS STAFF | December 16, 2009
The Magnolia 4-H Club will be have its monthly meeting at 6 p.m. Dec. 14 at the First Baptist Church, 4249 Highway 86 in Brawley. Bring your unwrapped gift for the Toys for Tots Drive and canned food for the canned food drive. Remember this will be our club?s Christmas party so bring goodies. For more information call Terrie Sullivan at 760-344-8492. ? VICKY MAGANA vmagana@ivpressonline.com
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By IMPERIAL VALLEY PRESS STAFF | December 12, 2009
Bella Musica Studio invites the public to a Christmas Piano Party at 4 p.m. Sunday at First Baptist Church, 724 Orange Ave. in El Centro. Students and teachers will perform Christmas favorites. Bella Musica is the studio of Lindsay Danesi. Admission is free and refreshments will be served. ? VICKY MAGANA vmagana@ivpressonline.com
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January 6, 2009
Dr. Robert Cameron of Brawley and his son Bruce, 11, were lost to the world since Sunday night when they put out from Gonzaga Bay in a tiny boat. They were found at 11:35 a.m. Wednesday by air searchers directed by Sheriff Herbert Hughes. > > 40 years ago - The most important single event transpiring in the Valley in 1968 - the event which could conceivably have the most far-reaching effects upon Valley residents - occurred Nov. 25, when the California Rural Legal Assistance filed suit against the Imperial Irrigation District.
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By NICOLAS TABOREK, Staff Writer | December 24, 2008
For Maria Martinez and her 5-year-old son Miguel, Christmas came early this year. Martinez, who is on disability leave from her job at Jack in the Box, on Monday was one of seven single moms ?adopted? at a charity event sponsored by the El Centro U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement office. Held at the Center for Family Solutions in El Centro, ICE agents presented needy families with presents from their wish lists and hosted a Christmas party, complete with a visit from Santa.
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By Dora DePaoli | January 9, 2008
At a Christmas party at my niece?s house, a ?Ms. Wonderful? doll was being passed around during the gift exchange. This doll was programmed with some phrases that perfect wives might use, and it was quite popular: 1. Don?t feel bad Honey, I forgot it was our anniversary, too! 2. You don?t need a glass, just go ahead and drink right out of the carton. 3. You?re going out with the boys tonight? You?ve worked hard. Enjoy yourself. 4. Oh, you?re watching a ballgame. Just stay right there on the couch and I?
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By Imperial Valley Press Staff | December 17, 2007
The Bombay Beach annual Christmas party will be Saturday at the Bombay Beach Community Center. As part of the festivities, the Imperial Valley College Students for Political Awareness will help hand out gifts as part of the Northend Wish List project at 12:30 p.m. ? JONATHAN DALE jdale@ivpressonline.com BRAWLEY Alzheimers group to meet The Alzheimer?s Association support group of Brawley will meet at 2:30 today at 580 W. Main St. For more information, please call the Brawley Chamber of Commerce at 344-3160.
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By IMPERIAL VALLEY PRESS STAFF | November 30, 2007
A Calexico centennial tree-lighting ceremony tonight at City Hall will be followed by a Christmas of Lights Parade. The city of Calexico and the Calexico Centennial Committee is putting together the back-to-back events. The tree-lighting ceremony, where drinks and hors d?oeuvres will be served, will be at 5 tonight at 608 Heber Ave.; the parade will start at 6 tonight. The parade route will be closed to traffic. The parade will start in front of City Hall on Heber Avenue and travel south, turning west on Fourth Street, south on Rockwood Avenue and east on Second Street before ending at Heber Avenue and First Street.
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By JONATHAN DALE,Staff Writer | December 15, 2006
HOLTVILLE ? With their faces lit by little but the flicker of the candles they held, residents here walked through the streets of Holtville as part of a traditional Catholic Posada on Thursday evening to celebrate this year?s Christmas. ?They use ?posada? for any Christmas party in Mexico, but this is actually a tradition where people walk in a procession carrying candles and at the front of the procession somebody is dressed like Joseph and someone dressed like Mary,? organizer Susan Massey said.
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