Taste of Temecula Valley offers guests a new way to experience the city


Friday, May 3rd, 2013
Issue 18, Volume 17.


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Taste of Temecula Valley offers guests a new way to experience the city - Shane Gibson photo. - For the “Think Green” campaign, American Residential Services partnered with Temecula Valley Foundation for Excellence in Education and awarded three students at the Taste of Temecula Valley for their clever ideas in energy conservation. From left: American Residential Services GM, John Butler, high school student Lauren Schlansky won $500, elementary school student Sophia Zeida won $200, and middle school student Jack Nelson won $300. 
For the “Think Green” campaign, American Residential Services partnered with Temecula Valley Foundation for Excellence in Education and awarded three students at the Taste of Temecula Valley for their clever ideas in energy conservation. From left: American Residential Services GM, John Butler, high school student Lauren Schlansky won $500, elementary school student Sophia Zeida won $200, and middle school student Jack Nelson won $300. 

Taste of Temecula Valley offers guests a new way to experience the city - Shane Gibson photo. - Great Oak High Jazz Combo Group “Soul Tree” performed at the 2013 Taste of Temecula Valley.
Great Oak High Jazz Combo Group “Soul Tree” performed at the 2013 Taste of Temecula Valley.

Taste of Temecula Valley offers guests a new way to experience the city - Shane Gibson photo. - 2012 Boys and Girls Club Idol winner Anatalia Villaranda performed and impressed the crowd at the Taste of Temecula Valley.
2012 Boys and Girls Club Idol winner Anatalia Villaranda performed and impressed the crowd at the Taste of Temecula Valley.

Taste of Temecula Valley offers guests a new way to experience the city - Shane Gibson photo. - Dozens of local food, brewery and winery vendors set up under white tents, serving samples to guests attending the 2013 Taste of Temecula Valley on Saturday, April 27.
Dozens of local food, brewery and winery vendors set up under white tents, serving samples to guests attending the 2013 Taste of Temecula Valley on Saturday, April 27.


 

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