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OCTOBER 2014


Kids


Take the Kids for a Ride on the Pumpkin Train Pumpkin WIN 4 TICKET GIVEAWAY!


Pumpkin Train is a


Fall tradition not to be missed at the Orange Empire Railway Mu- seum in Perris, CA. The dates are Oct. 18, 19, 25 and 26. In addition to the


trolley ride, there will be a bounce house, chil- dren's games, a bal- loon entertainer, bubble wands, storytelling on a real, decorated train ride, Spooky Caboose and child-size train rides. Kids can wear their costumes and take part in a costume contest at 12:30 p.m. each day. This annual Hal-


loween event is sure to please the whole fam- ily. Ages 12 and up $18, ages 5 to 11, $14, 2 to 4 is $7, (includes pumpkin). Member tickets are 12 and up, $9 and 2 through 11 are $7. Each paid ticket includes a free good-sized pumpkin. An extra pumpkin is $7. Child-size train rides are an extra nominal charge. There is more information available at www.oerm.org. Or try to win a 4-ticket giveaway to Pumpkin Train at the Orange Empire


Railway Museum. To enter just share a Facebook post on your page and comment "I shared" Deadline for entry is Oct. 15th . A winner will be picked at random and announced here. Tickets will be at the gate, need name, email address and phone number. Good luck to all. https://www.facebook.com/neighbors.news Please call the museum to make your reservations at 951-943-3020.


Martial Arts The City of Lake Elsinore offers a martial arts class with the West Coast


Academy of Tae Kwon Do. All levels of students, ages 10 & up, are welcome to join. Training includes basic skills, sparring, and the chance to test for higher levels. Class is Monday & Friday 7:15 p.m. to 8:45 p.m. $25 per month. Call the Lake Community Center at 245-0442 for more information. City website: www.lake-elsinore.org


Temecula Valley Elks Purple Pig Party The Temecula Valley Elks #2801 had a ‘PIG Party’. PIG for People Into


Giving. The money was donated at the California-Hawaii Elks Vice Presi- dent, Cliff Wadley’s visitation in June.


In addition to that donated , the mem-


bers donated an additional $1041.97 that evening. The money donated at the PIG Party and the previously donated Century Clubs ($100 each) and the Fifty-Two Club ($52 each) go the California-Hawaii Elks Major Project, a charitable organization serving children with disabilities.


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