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  • We once again partnered with Michelle’s Place to provide Christmas stockings to the children of the women enrolled in their Pink Ribbon Assistance Program (those currently undergoing treatment).  Our fundraising efforts this year included selling “Stockings” at our individual places of business and then using the funds raised, our members shopped and stuffed the stockings for […]

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  • New Gens held our first ever Bingo Fundraiser to raise money for our Community Services, International Services and Youth Services!  The event was held at the new Franklin’s Cove in Murrieta.  Due to our many generous sponsors the event was a huge success.  We had many first time Bingo players who were intrigued by our […]

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  • Several of our members and their families joined forces to help clean up some the hiking trails in Murrieta.  Our club has committed to making this a quarterly project.  It is a very hands on project that helps to beautify our community.  We will have hikes planned throughout the year so if you would like […]

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  • Nancy Obenberger, the Operations Manager at the Economic Development Corporation of Southwest California came to the New Generations to talk about a program the that is rolling out in the Temecula and Murrieta high schools – the H.I.G.H.E.R ( How I Get Hired Employee Readiness) Certification Program. H.I.G.H.E.R is an 8 week program that helps […]

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  • During the month of September, 60 Rotary clubs in Riverside and San Bernardino counties sponsored a “One Million Meals” campaign, encouraging inland residents to donate non-perishable canned goods or cash in support of food banks that serve the region’s less fortunate. “The effort has been tremendous,” Sheryl Silver of the Palm Desert Rotary Club said. […]

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  • The tears still involuntarily flow at the thought of Michelle’s passing; but from the “pool of tears” has come a mission of service to make it better for others touched by this unrelenting disease. Family, friends, and the community have come together and created a mission to serve our community. Her parents say that more […]

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  • PRYDE 2012 was held May 5-6, 2012.  We were able to to send two of our club members as Tribal Elders and two students to camp this year.  We hope to participate in this district activity every year.

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