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the HEINZ man
Lou Bareno spent 28 years of his working life with Heinz. Over the course of three decades he collected mementos of his time there. So many that it was enough to earn him a display at the recent...
Rolling Hills Ranch resident Roy Tapia is a busy man. Tapia works up to six days a week at his family’s business in Tijuana. He and his family started their logistics business with one store in...
Vital pursuit of healthiness
Vic and Kristina Reeves are used to helping people in their everyday lives. Vic Reeves saves lives as a Chula Vista firefighter, his wife helps heal people as a nurse with Sharp Healthcare. Now they...
It’s not every day that you meet an amazing lady like Erin Kelly and who has made a huge impact in the lives of many in our community. Kelly and her husband Cole have lived in Eastlake for 14 years...
Always busy, always giving
The Rubio family moved to the Eastlake Shores community one year ago. Many families would likely recognize Manny Rubio’s voice from the automated phone messages sent on behalf of Sweetwater Union...
Pipes are still calling, 50 years later
From glorious battlefield marches to jaunty celebration songs, the powerful wail of bagpipes tends to dominate any occasion, and its distinct sound is a classic staple of Hollywood police dramas,...
A HEART-y response
Eastlake High School mountain bike team coach Ron Guitard is in real trouble following a heart attack. But the Chula Vista community is rising to the occasion to help the currently unemployed teacher...
Michelle Padilla has only been living in Eastlake for six months but she is already making her presence felt. Late last year she created Helping Hands, a community group dedicated to raising...
MANA makes a difference
The Mexican-American Women’s National Association (MANA) turned Venus Molina’s life around. Which is why, nearly 30 years later, Molina remains active as a volunteer with the organization. Her...
A South Bay Realtor has begun a youth program teaching young people the value of contributing toward the betterment of their communities. South Bay Ambassador Program (SBAP), begun more than a year...
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