It was all about dogs at 1st Annual Pet Walk, held at Hesperia Civic Plaza Park. The public made it a big success by coming out and walking laps around the Civic Park Plaza. Those who raised $50 or more received a free T-shirt.
There were contests, vendors of pet- friendly products, and a pet adoption fair. The June 1 event was sponsored by Rotary Club of Hesperia, Y102, Kat Country, 106.5 The Fox and Hesperia Recreation & Park District.
Proceeds benefit the Rotary Club to fund pet adoptions for seniors, spay/ neuter programs for pets of low income families, scholarships and other local community programs.
From June 1 to August 31, the City of Hesperia Animal Shelter is partici- pating in the Rachel Ray $100,000 ASPCA Shelter Challenge, going to the shelter that has the greatest increase in adopted animals during that period. The Hesperia Shelter has set a goal of adopting 1300 animals in 13 weeks.
By Ron Postoian, President of AC Plus Heating and Air
I could not even begin to tell you the benefits of servicing your air condi- tioner and heating system at least two times a year. Having this done will put money back into your pocket, avoid costly repairs, and reduce your down time when you need it the most.
I know other companies beside AC Plus do off season visits Most solid HVAC companies have a program for this type of service. I can’t speak to what other companies offer, but with us we offer 30% off any suggested re- pair, faster on time service in prime times, and major discounts on systems being installed in the spring and fall months.
We will do things like check refrigerant levels, motor conditions, and change filters. We check electoral conditions, gas pres- sures and look for signs of part fail- ure before the season hits.
A dirty sys- tem will at best cost 30% more to operate and at worst cause ma- jor failures to heat exchangers and compressors.
I urge you to call the company you’re using now, and get signed up. If you don’t already have someone, give us a call at (760) 956-3737. The cost is only $149.00 per year. This is a good time to get set up for a fall heater ser-vice visit.
On June 23, the Hesperia Elks Lodge held a fashion show. The event featured Casual Divas modeling outfits, and Wacky Fashionistas – three couples wearing some crazy outfits.
Casual Divas models were Marilyn Cranford, Linda Masquefa, Phyllis McMahan, Jackie Nelson, Ann Schieffer and Dee Thomas.
Wacky Fashionistas were Pat Beardsley with Harry Thayer, Maggie Campbell with Bob Jump, Darlene Voltz with Mack Collings.
Fashions were provided by R.V. Casuals; decorations by Virginia Bitters. Proceeds benefit Elks children’s pro- grams.
Hesperia Elks Lodge is located at 2402 E Avenue, (760) 949-2646.
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Apple Valley Sunset Concert AmphitheaterJuly 18, 2019 at 6:00 pm – 9:00 pmApple Valley Parks & Recreation, 14955 Dale Evans Pkwy, Apple Valley, CA 92307, USAJul 18 (Thu) Ironhorse AV Sunset Concert Amphitheater, 6-9pm, 760-240-7880