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Healthy Community Healthy You – Common Injury Areas: Relatable Accidents & Pains

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Megan Johnson McCullough — Our bodies are machines that are amazingly designed to be resilient and durable. However, certain parts seem to have expiration dates despite our life capacity. As a trainer, the 3 most common injuries I work with are knee, back, and shoulder. Most of you reading this can probably attest to one […]

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Notice of Public Hearing Zoning Administrator

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Notice of Public Hearing -Of The Zoning Administrator December 9, 2021 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Zoning Administrator of the City of Vista, California, will hold a public hearing in the Planning Division offices at the Vista Civic Center, 200 Civic Center Drive, Vista, California on Thursday, December 9, 2021, at 1:30 a.m. to receive and consider all evidence and […]

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City Of Vista – Planning Commission Public Hearing Notice

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Public Hearing Notice City of Vista Planning Commission December 7, 2021 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN hat the Planning Commission of the Chartered City of Vista, California, will hold a public hearing in the Vista Civic Center Council Chambers, 200 Civic Center Drive, Vista, on December 7, 2021, at 6:00 PM, to receive and consider all evidence […]

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News from Vista’s Economic Development Department

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Five Easy Ways to Support Small Businesses in Vista this Holiday Season  ‘Tis the season for shopping small and supporting our cherished Vista businesses. Whether you’ve lived in Vista all your life, dropped in from a nearby North County town, or are visiting for the first time, everyone can shop small and make a big […]

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AVO Playhouse First-Ever Holiday Show, “Miracle on 34th Street: A Musical Radio Play”

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“Miracle on 34th Street: A Musical Radio Play” The Moonlight Goes Indoors to Reopen Vista’s AVO Playhouse with its First-Ever Holiday Show, “Miracle on 34th Street: A Musical Radio Play” December 3 – 23, 2021 Vista, CA  November, 2021 –The AVO Playhouse, located in Vista’s historic Vista Village, will once again come alive for the first time […]

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Vista Chamber Of Commerce

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This Holiday Season Skip the Lines and Shop Small! SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY IS NOVEMBER 27 NOT SURE WHERE TO START? Check out the newest issue of the Vista Magazine in which Vista Chamber CEO, Rachel Beld, supplies us with a Vista Holiday Shopping Guide. This guide covers everyone that you could think of on your […]

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Thanksgiving DUI Patrols

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Millions of people will be hitting the road over the Thanksgiving holiday to spend time with their loved ones.  To ensure everyone is safe on our roads, the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department wants to remind the public not to drive impaired.  From Wednesday, November 24 through Sunday, November 28, Sheriff’s Deputies will be on the […]

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    Update Missing Person- Fallbrook

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    Extensive Search Conducted for Missing 83-year-old Fallbrook, CA –On November 3, 2021, eighty-three-year-old Elena Roy was reported missing by her husband. According to her husband, Elena walked away from their residence in the 900 block of Woodcreek Drive in Fallbrook. Elena suffers from dementia and has been known to walk away from her residence before. […]

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    Carlsbad Village Is The Place To Be On Small Business Saturday

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    Carlsbad, CA — Carlsbad Village is the place to be on Small Business Saturday. The Carlsbad Village Association is sponsoring Small Business Saturday on November 27th from 10am-5pm in the heart of Carlsbad Village, Carlsbad, CA. “Supporting small businesses strengthens our local economy in so many ways,” said Christine Davis, Executive Director of the Carlsbad […]

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    Carlsbad City Manager

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    Coming to you one day early this week due to the Thanksgiving Day holiday. As a result, not much new to report on the COVID front (county data comes out Wednesday evenings), but lots of other updates as we head into the holiday: What happens if you don’t use a turkey fryer the right way […]

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    Nominees Requested For 2022 Martin Luther King, Jr. Service Award

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    Oceanside, CA –The City of Oceanside is seeking nominees for the 2022 Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Service Award. This annual award recognizes and honors residents of the City who have made a significant contribution of time and energy through volunteer work to improve community life, promote positive community development, and enhance the lives of […]

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    Oceanside Students Recognized As Rising Stars By Local Business Community

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    Oceanside, CA– The Oceanside Chamber is excited to host its second Rising Star student recognitionprogram from 7:45-9 a.m. Dec. 7 at the El Corazon Senior Center, 3302 Senior Center Drive, Oceanside. The Rising Star program is hosted by the Oceanside Chamber of Commerce to recognize high school seniors at ourcity’s high schools who have overcome […]

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    San Diego Repertory Theatre Presents The Hilarious ” Second City – She The People”

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    TR Robertson — San Diego Repertory’s Mission Statement says they are to “produce intimate, provocative, inclusive theatre. We promote an interconnected community through vivid works that nourish progressive political and social values and celebrate the multiple voices of our region.” Were those multiple voices ever heard and political and social values questioned and celebrated with […]

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    Supervisor Jim Desmond

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    Happy Thanksgiving I don’t think there’s ever been a more important Thanksgiving than this year. Now more than ever is a time for reflection, for sitting down and thinking about all the things for which we are grateful.  I am grateful to sit down with my family this year, have a wonderful meal and just […]

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    Carlsbad Library

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    Thanksgiving holiday closure, study rooms and festive cheer at Carlsbad City Library Carlsbad, CA —All Carlsbad City Library locations will be closed on Thursday, Nov. 25 and Friday, Nov. 26 in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday. Save the Date: A Live and In-Person Adventure with Annabelle Gurwitch Schulman Auditorium at Dove Library Saturday, Dec. 4, 2 […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron – Keeping Your Home Insured

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      Assemblymember Marie Waldron –It’s always fire season in California. Unfortunately, we’ve had multiple, catastrophic wildfires in our state and region in recent years to prove it. As a result, many homeowners in the 75th Assembly District and throughout the state have had their insurance canceled, frequently due to their home’s location in Very High Fire Hazard […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron – Giving Thanks

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      Marie Waldron, State Assemblymember — In this season of Thanksgiving, we have a great deal to be thankful for. Despite the many challenges California has faced over the last year, we have also seen many triumphs, including advances in wildfire protection and water storage here in the 75th Assembly District. When we give thanks to our Creator for the many blessings bestowed […]

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      Aaaseblymember Waldron – Protecting Women, Promoting Families

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      Marie Waldron, State Assemblymember — As only the 138th woman elected to the California State Legislature, I am dedicated to prioritizing women and families as the center of a strong community. Unfortunately, women and families have been overlooked for far too long. It’s critical that they receive the assistance they need to flourish in our state. The Legislature has passed a number […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron – Native American Heritage Month

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      Assemblymember Marie Waldron –On November 15th, I was proud to participate in Pechanga Pu’éska Mountain Day, celebrated by the Pechanga Tribe and the City of Temecula since 2012. During an 8-year battle to save their birth place and sacred mountain from an open-pit gravel operation, the Pechanga Band of Luiseño Indians and the City joined in […]

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      Rep. Levin’s Legislation to Rename San Diego Veterans Affairs Medical Center after Woman Veteran Passes The House

      By   1 week ago

      Washington, D.C. – U.S. Representative Mike Levin’s (D-CA) legislation to rename the San Diego Veterans Affairs (VA) Medical Center after U.S. Army CPT Jennifer M. Moreno, a highly-decorated combat veteran from San Diego who was killed in action during a deployment to Afghanistan in October 2013, passed in the House of Representatives with unanimous support. In November 2020, […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron – Supporting Our Veterans

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      Assemblymember Marie Waldron –Last Thursday was Veterans Day, or Armistice Day to an older generation, originally commemorating the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month when the guns fell silent in World War One. It’s a day we set aside to honor our veterans, with speeches and parades. But we need to do more Going […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron – Unclogging The Ports

      By   2 weeks ago

      Marie Waldron, State Assemblymember The crisis at the San Pedro Port Complex is sending shockwaves across the nation. San Pedro handles 40% of all containerized cargo that enters the United States, making it the primary gateway for U.S. trade to Asia. Unfortunately, cargo is piling up at California’s terminals, limiting supplies and increasing costs exponentially. With the Holiday […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron -Grateful for Veterans

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      Marie Waldron, State Assemblymember A blessed Veterans Day to the countless brave men and women who have served to protect their fellow Americans! I thank these men and women for their tireless dedication to the security of our Nation. There is no way that we can pay back the sacrifices our veterans have made, but California needs to do more. Veterans Day […]

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        Take Without Forgetting – Thomas Calabrese

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        Give Without Remembering Thomas Calabrese- Nick Holmes looked back on his Marine Corps career with a mixture of emotions. He was glad that he went in the military, but wasn’t sure if he had in him to do it all over again. Nick did was what required of him, but there was nothing spectacular or […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Suzan: I asked my coworker if she wanted to start doing the stairs or walk after work with me. She said she had a-fib and didn’t think it was a good idea. What does that mean?  Megan: She was referring to AFib which is atrial fibrillation. This is a condition that occurs when the upper […]

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        Wolfe Was On The Prowl -Thomas Calabrese

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        Happy Thanksgiving Thomas Calabrese –Some men are born to serve and others are born to lead and a very few are born to do both. Actor James Stewart became one of the few Americans to ever rise from private to colonel in only four years during World War II. The path for Spencer Wolfe wasn’t […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Andrew: What’s the difference between muscle contraction and extension? I hear it at the gym.  Megan: When it comes to the muscles and bones, extension means stretching out or elongating the bone or muscle. Contraction is flexing or bringing the bones or muscles into the same straight line. You can also think of it in terms […]

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        Self-Reliant Warrior – Thomas Calabrese

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        No Ordinary Guy Thomas Calabrese — There are voices that we only hear in solitude. They echo through the canyons and over mountains in our minds, but grow faint and inaudible when we are no longer alone. Living according to one’s notions of goodness is easy in our own imaginations, but it takes a truly […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Craig: I have a bad habit of late night snacking. Not even staying up late, but actually waking up in the middle of the night and heading to the kitchen to grab anything. I’ve gained weight so what can I do? Megan: There are actually emotional aspects to eating. We desire food even when we […]

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        Freedom And Liberty – Thomas Calabrese

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        Immeasurable Value Thomas Calabrese –Gunnery Sergeant Kirby Boone was born in Virginia City, Nevada. His father Zack, was a big and rough and tumble kind of guy, who was bigger than life. He was the kind of man who meant what he said and said what he meant. He never went looking for a fight, […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Elizabeth: I don’t sleep much and seem to be fine if I just use my weekends to catch up on missed sleep. But I’ve heard this isn’t good for you?  Megan: Sleep is the body’s recovery time, digestion time, repair time, and break from working and working for you. Not allowing your body to do […]

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          Vista Freshman Basketball “Feast Week” at Foothill High School in Santa Ana 

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          Daniel LangfordSEAS Special EducationHead Freshman Boys Basketball We are currently playing in “Feast Week” at Foothill High School in Santa Ana. Game Scores:Monday, Vista 43 Capo Valley 38 (Mission Viejo)Notables: L. Garrett 5 pts; B Hilstock 14 pts;G. Molina 4 pts; R. Friend 12 pts; Cyprian Hyde 8 pts, 13 rbs. Tuesday, Vista 77 Fairmont (San […]

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          RB Jalen Shaw & Quarterback Jim Leatherwood Make History For Scripps Ranch

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          David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer-Chick Embry Field at Wilson Stadium-Escondido High School-Escondido, CA: For the first time in school history Scripps Ranch has won the 2021 CIF Division III Football Title. The last time these 2 schools met was early on August 27th where the Falcons won 52-51 score. In the shootout on Scripps Ranch’s football […]

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          Vista Panthers Basketball In Feast Week Foothills High School In Santa Ana

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           David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer-11-23-21:  The Vista High Boys Basketball Open their 2021-22 season at the Feast Week Tournament at Foothills High School in Santa Ana, CA. In the first game, the Panthers defeated Capo Valley from Mission Viejo by a 43-38 score. Benji Hilstock led the Panthers with 14 points,  Robert Friend contributed with 12 […]

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          North County CIF Playoff Results

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          David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer – The Wildcats from El Camino High School conclude their season at 7-6 as they were defeated by the Helix Highlanders in the semi final round of the Divisioin I CIF Section Football Tournament by a 28-17 score.Mackavelli Malotumau scored on a 3 yarder and teammate Kiah Reid 13 carries for […]

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          Vista Little League Needs Your Help

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          Vista, CA –Vista Little League Families We need your help and expertise in the coming weeks. Before we lose access to Stonebrooke Fields at the end of December, there is a lot of work that needs to be done in order to preserve certain historical items, move equipment and other materials for use at the […]

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          Cal State San Marcos Vollyeball Team

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          Doering, Cordero-Barr, Turner Earn All-CCAA11/17/2021 | Volleyball Cal State San Marcos volleyball’s Kassy Doering, Grecia Cordero-Barr and Madison Turner were each named All-CCAA honorees on Wednesday. Cougars Open CCAA Tournament Play Against SF State11/17/2021 | Volleyball The Cal State San Marcos volleyball team (12-12, 9-9 CCAA) will be making its fourth consecutive appearance in the CCAA Tournament on Thursday when […]

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          Vista Little League Registrations Now Open

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          Registration for the Spring 2022 season is now open! A few things to note: 1. Our website provider, Sports Connect, updated their security features which will require you to reset your email and password. All of your prior settings are connected to the email address you used when you first set up your VLL account. 2. […]

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          Colleg Football -North County Athletes

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          David Willauer —Oregon 38 Washington State 24 OR: Morse alum Byron Caldwell 9 carries for 98 yards scored 2 touchdowns. WSU Helix alum Jahad Woods 12 tackles. Travis Janikowski Catheral Catholic alum 34 yard field goal. San Marcos alum Quinn Rolf 4 tackles. UCLA 44 Colorado 20 UCLA performers: San Marcos alum Kyle Phillips 99 […]

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            The Broadway Theatre Is Back, Baby

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            Vista, CA –The Dollmaker World Premier is based in Charles Dickens on Dec 2+18 at 7:30 pm and Dec4 -19 2:00 pm. Tickets $25.

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            Celebrate the Holidays!!

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            Always… Patsy Cline Created and originally directed by Ted SwindleyDirected by Allegra Libonati Featuring Becky Barta & Katie Karel Based on a true story December 8, 2021 – January 2, 2022 A dramatic musical theatrical experience, ALWAYS…PATSY CLINE has enjoyed great success all over the United States including a successful run off-Broadway. The show is based on a true story of Patsy’s […]

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            Next up at Cygnet Theatre: A Christmas Carol

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            A SAN DIEGO HOLIDAY TRADITION CONTINUES WITH CYGNET THEATRE’S A CHRISTMAS CAROLThe seventh season features new cast members and new hope after a difficult period for theatre-goers, as well as free ticket opportunities for students and healthcare workers. SAN DIEGO, CA – A Christmas Carol returns to Cygnet Theatre for its seventh season of cheer. It has become […]

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            Old Globe Announces Ebenezer Scrooge Christmas Show

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            San iego (November, 2021) — The Old Globe announced today the cast and creative team for Ebenezer Scrooge’s BIG San Diego Christmas Show, which began rehearsals last week. The Scrooge parody, set in San Diego, is based on A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, and is written by Gordon Greenberg (Globe’s The Heart of Rock & Roll and Working, London’s Guys and Dolls and Barnum) and Steve Rosen (The Other Josh Cohen, The Curious […]

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            Theatre School At North Coast Repertory Presents The Gift of Magi

            By   2 weeks ago

            Solana Beach, CA. The Theatre School @ North Coast Rep presents the holiday play, The Gift of the Magi. Exciting and heartwarming, this new theatrical adaptation by director Phillip Korth brings to life Della and Jim’s fateful Christmas together in New York City at the turn of the 20th century. With only $1.87 to spare, […]

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            BEN BUTLER: The Critics are RAVING!!

            By   3 weeks ago

            Extended by Popular Demand!!   Now Through November 21st!!!   “Ben Butler, must see thought provoking, Broadway Quality entertainment.”  – Kathy Carpenter, LA Splash Magazine Buy Your Tickets Today “Thanks to canny writing, thoughtful direction by David Ellenstein and committed performances by its four-member cast, “Ben Butler” is not only funny, it’s also an entertaining character study […]

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            Travel Notes – Send Me Away Vacations

            By   4 weeks ago

            2022 will see the return of many cruise lines to the beautiful waters of Alaska, a much anticipated event. Right now the season of sailings to Alaska are experiencing record-breaking numbers leaving many sailings already sold out. If Alaska is on your list for next year, call now to check the great promotions and see […]

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