Michael P. Neufeld | Oct 19, 2012
Mountains Community Hospital’s Kathleen Walsh applies electrodes to Rotarian Rudy Westervelt during a demonstration of the new Propaq LT monitor purchased by a $25,000 grant from the Mountain Sunrise Rotary Club. (Photo by Michael P. Neufeld)
RYLA 2012-Teamwork Game
Games help the students learn how to become a better leader and work together as a team.
The 16 Rim students who attended RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Awards) last month came home from the weekend hanged people.
Students’ Art Reaps Prizes
Mountain News: Posted: Thursday, June 14, 2012 10:02 am
The first art competition sponsored by the Mountain Sunrise Rotary Club drew 35 entries from students at Mary Putnam Henck Intermediate School, Rim High School and Mountain High School.
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Allison Banner offered today’s program.
Allison went through all of the difficulties locals have been having getting fire insurance on their homes, because of our status as a high risk neighborhood.
She’s happy to report that she is able to get reasonably priced insurance a different company other than Allstate – but all of the service and claims comer through the Allstate Company. She’s very happy with the new company!
- Traffic will increase by 25 to 50% in the next decade
- Space is limited
- Safety if paramount
- Funding is limited (Surprise!!)
- How about a freeway on the desert side of the mountains?
- Double deck freeway?
- Narrower lanes?
New pontoon boat
The golf course has been very helpful
They work on hiking, tours
The previous Commander of this office had been here for 29 years!
He has spent 24 years in the department
A recent assignment was commanding the Crime Lab
He was recently stationed in Muscoy – and is really excited he was transferred to the mountain!
He mentioned that the Sheriff’s office may be taking over the San Bernardino City Police Department due to city budget problems.
The Captain reported there are few homicides here, but one happened here yesterday – preliminarily, a burglar was shot by a homeowner – more to be reported later.
Here encourages his Deputies to live on the mountain, and believes that them being a part of the community is helpful to their job.
He notes that we are a very involved community – which he finds to be a very positive feature.
The Department is studying the use of body cameras – the decisions will be made shortly.
His office has recently annexed what used to be the courtroom and court offices that have not been used since 2006 – giving them lots more space to house all of the volunteers!
- Case management – connect families with resources.
- Early Identification and Intervention
- Centers on therapy need by kids.
- Oral – dental health and education
- Developmental screenings and support