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Burn House On Birch Street Cleanup 9/18/10 Trona Care Inc. in Rewind 2010 TRONA CARE NEWS January 26, 2011 Contents: Trona Care Community Cleanup 2010 Household Hazard Waste Schedule Valentines Day Perfect Ideas & Gifts Basketball Game Fundraiser Upcoming Events Trona Care Inc. would like to give a special thanks to RBS, San Bernardino County Fire Dept., Tony Hilton, Fred Ramirez, Audrey Schylar and all our community volunteers that made this happen. Thank You Before After Burn House On Cedar Street Cleanup Before Trona Care Inc. In Rewind February 20 th – Argus Fire Station to Circus Mountain 18 Volunteers - 6 Truck Loads – 3 Dump Truck loads – 3 abandoned business were boarded up – Boards painted to match April 17 – Trona Cemetery Trona Alumni Committee teamed up 35 Volunteers April 24 – Baptist Church Road to Circus Mountain 36 Volunteers – 28 55 gallon trash bags – 2 truck loads - 2 trailer loads
On October 2, 2010 Trona Care Inc. Teamed up with Code Enforcement and our community to achieve a common goal Beatifying our community. Trona Care Inc. would like to thank everyone who pitched in and help. From the weeds on the bike path to the weeds and trash in front yard everyone helped to remove: 24,000 Tons of Rubbish 2,000 HHW 4 Bins of Electronics 2 Trucks of Tires Trona Care News Page 2 Household Hazard Waste Clarence Parker Household Hazard Waste Accepted Items Motor Oil, Oil Filters, Antifreeze, Gasoline, Auto & Household Batteries Paint, Paint Products, and Paint Thinners Pesticides/ Fertilizers, Wood Preservatives Pool Supplies, Auto & Furniture Polish TVs, Computer Monitors & Components Cell Phones, Telephones, Microwave Ovens Radios, Stereos, DVD/VCR Recorders Clothes Irons, Space Heaters, Fluorescent Light Tubes Items NOT Accepted Business Wastes Explosives/Reactives Asbestos Medical Wastes Household Hazard Waste would like to remind everyone that every second Saturday of each month they will be open for 8am to 12pm. Household Hazard Waste schedule for 2011 is as follows: January 8 th February 12 th March 12 th April 9 th May 14 th June 11 th July 9 th August 13 th September 10 th October 9 th November 12 th December10 th Each Household Hazard Waste collection will be held at the fire station 127. Doris Vanhorn would also like to remind everyone of what items can and cannot be accepted. So check out the list below and we hope to see you on every second Saturday for all your Household Hazard Waste needs. For any additional information please contact Doris Vanhorn @ Station 127 (760) 372-5988 October 2, 2010 Community Cleanup Community Cleanup
Valentines Day is a time for people to gather and cherish friendship. Enjoy this holiday with the entire family by planning some fun activities. There are so many entertaining activities to choose from like crafts, games, and gifts you can give to each other. Here are some fun tips for how to celebrate Valentines Day with your kids: Gather all your kids and make some thumbprint heart cookies. This will be a fun activity to do with your kids since most kids love cookies! Buy some heart-shaped cookie cutters, cookie mix, red thick icing, and some Valentine sprinkles. Make some Valentine crafts with your kids. There are many crafts that you can make. For example, make an easy Valentines Day bookmark to give to someone special. Its very simple - just use a wooden craft stick and paint it red. Then, trace and cut one large and two small hearts out of red and pink paper. Glue the small hearts on top of the large heart. How about playing and learning with Valentine conversation hearts. Gather all your kids and have some fun! Have a family game night. Get together and spend some quality time with your kids and share some laughter over a game However you decide to celebrate this day, make it a memorable one with teachings of love, friendship, kindness, and family unity. Valentine's Day is one of the romantic days of the year. Unfortunately it is also one of the most commercialized holidays of the year as well. From Hallmark cards, to heart hugging teddy bears, there are thousands of gifts out there which all end up looking pretty much the same. All is not lost though, with these five simple tips we will help you weed out the vast majority of mass produced fare, to give your loved one something a little special this year. What Does Your Partner Love? One of the most important factors in choosing a perfect Valentine's day gift is making sure that you show that you know what your partner loves. Their favorite color, animal, flower or even food can be transformed in to an amazing gift. The important thing is being able to show how much you listen to and care about your loved one. Memories from the Past A great way of making your gift just a little bit more special is by linking to your past experiences with your loved one. A picture from a past vacation, a small bit of memorabilia, or something that originated from a place you have travelled to. It doesn't have to be from far away, you gift could incorporate something as small as a trinket from your favorite romantic restaurant. Tradition Nothing makes a gift more special than tradition. Something you share together can become even more special year after year. A tradition that is special between you and your partner can grow even more special. Traditions could be as small as sending two cards a year, or giving a little trinket along with your main Valentine's Day gift. Make it Personal A small engraving, a short message, or a memorable photograph can help personalize a gift, helping show just how much it truly is from the heart. Personalization may take a little extra effort, but it is well worth the effort. Make it a Little Unique Variety is the spice of life. Adding a unique touch can help give a little element of the unexpected. Making a few changes, or even finding a gift which is totally out of the ordinary can help create the perfect Valentine's Day gift. Trona Care News Page 3 Tips on the Prefect Valentines Day Gift
Trona Care P.O. Box 374, Trona Ca 93592 Phone – (760) 372-5988 Fax – (760) 372- 5942 Tronacare@yahoo.com Trona Care News Page 5 Community Announcements & Upcoming Events Trona Care Inc. Cleanups Blooming Sands Garden Club Elks Lodge Tops HHW Schedule Seniors Center Website April 9, 2011 - Cemetery Cleaning the Argus & Trona Cemetery May 14, 2011 - 7 th & Birch Street Cleaning the Burned Down house on the corner October 2011 - Community Cleanup Final Date and more cleanups will be announced at a later date Nifty Thirty Fashion Show March 31, 2011 7:00pm Additional information call Zana Eisenhour at (760) 372-4177 or June Sayre (760) 372-5292 Also Blooming Sands will be having a Plant Sale At the Spring Fling hope to see you there. The San Bernardino Dept. of Aging and Adult Services are sponsoring a FREE HEALTH SCREENING At the Elks Lodge on Thursday, February 24 th 11AM – 1PM Additional Information about programs available for senior will also be offered See the flyer at the Senior Center for more information Household Hazard Waste would like to remind everyone that every second Saturday of each month they will be open for 8am to 12pm. Household Hazard Waste schedule for 2009 -2010 is as follows: January 8 th February 12 th March 12 th April 9 th May 14 th June 11 th July 9 th August 13 th September 10 th October 9 th November 12 th December 10 th For any additional information please contact Doris Vanhorn @ Station 127 (760) 372-5988 For updates and Trona Care news, Check out www.TronaCare.com Tops Every Tuesday at 6:00 pm At the Senior Center Additional information call Priscilla at 372-5889 Community Chest Kick-Off Dinner February 22, 2011 At the Senior Center Starting at 5:00PM Community Chest Need a ride? Rides are available for shopping or doctor Appointments. Fore additional information call Priscilla at 372-5889 St. Madeleines Church Rummage Sale March 31, April 1, 2 Spring Fling Around the Corner March 19, 2011
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