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By Kim Harris
Managing Editor 

Rock the Oaks takes to the stage at Temecula Valley High School


Last updated 2/8/2019 at 4:58am

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Eric Warner emcees the annual Rock the Oaks and welcomes guests to the fundraising event that benefits the Oak Grove Center's performing arts and autism programs, Feb. 1, at the Temecula Valley High School Theater. The Oak Grove Center in Murrieta is a nonprofit treatment facility for children with psychological, emotional, behavioral problems and special needs. 

Rock the Oaks, the popular fundraiser for Oak Grove Center for the Arts, took to the stage at Temecula Valley High School last weekend.

The two-day, three-performance, music event featured country, classic rock, gospel and Broadway music by some of the hottest artists, along with some comic relief and benefits the Art and Autism programs at Oak Grove.

This year marked the 11th year of the event.

Performers for the event included, JaeCe Simon and Grace Batey, Black Rock Candy, TEAZ and the Oak Grove Performance Team.

Oak Grove Center is a nonprofit treatment Center for California children psychological, emotional and behavioral problems and special needs. Their mission is to rebuild the lives of at-risk children and their families through education, healing, restoring relationships, building character and instilling hope.

Oak Grove Center serves 76 children who live on the Murrieta campus and up to 140 day students who attend the nonpublic school in Murrieta and Oak Grove at the Ranch in Perris. Oak Grove Center offers California's at-risk children the widest spectrum of services: education, sports and the arts, programs for autism and independent living, and much more.

Kim Harris can be reached by email at [email protected]


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