Tomorrow (November 17), the Original Graziano’s Italian Restaurant and Bar is hosting a fundraiser for Saint Peter and Saint Paul school in Rancho Cucamonga.
The event will take place from opening to closing at the restaurant, 1615 N. Mountain Ave. (at 16th Street).
All you need to do is mention the school and Graziano’s will donate 20% of your purchase to the school.
Jamba Juice will offer free flatbreads to the first 150 customers starting at 2 p.m. Tuesday. The new California Flatbread comes in four flavors — Tomo Artichoko, Smokehouse Chicken, Mediterran Yum and Four Cheesy.
Everybody knows the 21st birthday is the best.
Celebrate it with Wahoo’s, on
11561 Foothill Blvd. in Rancho Cucamonga next Saturday starting 11 a.m. The first 21
guests will receive a special goody bag. Gift cards and coupons for
free meals will also be handed out.
Now that we are sliding into the holiday season, several Inland Empire eateries and grocery stores are inviting customers to help out the less fortunate.
First up, we have Victorville’s Johnny Rebs’, which is sponsoring a Thanksgiving food drive. Those who bring at least two canned or boxed foods suitable for a traditional Thanksgiving dinner (e.g. a box of stuffing or mashed potato flakes, a can of gravy or cranberry sauce, etc.) will receive 15% off their meal.
The donated food will be given to the Victor Valley Rescue Mission, which will be holding its Thanksgiving Banquet for the needy from noon to 3 p.m on Wednesday, November 25. Last year, the mission served nearly 700 Thanksgiving meals, this year they expect to serve over 1,000.
In other words, your donations to Johnny Rebs’ will definitely be put to good use.
So, if you want to help the hungry and “put some South in your mouth” at the same time (and get 15% off!), visit the Victorville Johnny Rebs’ at 15051 Seventh St.
Also, if you are interested in donating a turkey to Victor Valley Rescue Mission, please call (760) 955-5958.
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Another quickie, this time from the Daily Bulletin and the Upland Now blog:
The Pomona Moose Lodge will be holding a Taste of Fall dinner and raffles event at 6 p.m. Friday (November 13) at the lodge, 916 N. Central Ave., Upland.
Now, I’m sure there’s a perfectly good reason why the Pomona Moose Lodge is located in Upland, but who am I to judge?
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Just a quickie from the pages of the Daily Bulletin:
The Rancho Cucamonga Woman’s Club is holding its annual “New to You” and Bake Sale today (November 11) beginning at 11 a.m.
The event will take place at the clubhouse in Alta Laguna
Mobile Estates, 10210 Base Line Road.
According to the club, “It’s a great opportunity to get some holiday shopping done, buy some
yummy goodies and meet some of the wonderful women who devote their
time, efforts and love to so many worthwhile projects.”
Click here to read the original blurb.
From the Ontario Now blog today, we learned that an Ontario fresh & easy has an opening date: Wednesday, December 2.
The store at 2645 E. Riverside Drive (at Archibald Avenue) is now accepting, as per usual, nominations for their grand opening $1,000 charity donation.
If you have a local charity you’d like to nominate to receive the money, click here to do so, but hurry! You’ve only got until next week to put in your nomination. Employees at the new store will select which charity will receive the donation.
to read the original post at Ontario Now.
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Peppermint, pumpkin and winter dream lattes will be free this Thursday from 4 to 8 p.m. at The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf. The Holiday Open House offer is at all California locations.
Well, of course, you’re gonna have to work for it.
I’m aware it’s extremely late notice, but the Inland Empire Resource Conservation District is conducting a cleanup of the neighborhood around Citrus Valley High School in Redlands.
And what about the free meals?
Breakfast and lunch will be provided for volunteers by Oscar’s Mexican Restaurant and the Gourmet Pizza Shoppe (a Dine
909 favorite), both of Redlands, and Mimi’s Cafe of San Bernardino.
All three restaurants are worth paying for meals at, by the way.
The cleanup takes place from 8 a.m. to noon today (November 7).
Clean up efforts will be assisted by volunteers from Hands on Inland Empire and from three of Redlands’ high schools: Redlands, Redlands East Valley and Citrus Valley.
Interested in volunteering? Volunteers should meet outside Citrus Valley High School, 800 W. Pioneer Ave., Redlands.
A new, modern-style McDonald’s opened a week ago in Fontana (17017 Sierra Lakes Parkway, at Sierra Avenue).
Surprisingly, I’m lovin’ it. It’s a slightly smaller restaurant, without a Playplace. It’s very modern inside and if it weren’t for the menus and posted advertisements, you’d scarcely know you’re in a McDonald’s. Personally, I think it’s a great direction for the company.
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