• Council to consider annual Holiday Sell-A-Bration’

    The City Council on Tuesday is expected to approve its annual “Holiday Sell-A-Bration,” a business promotion set for Nov. 22 to Jan. 5. During that time, the city will waive temporary use permit, tent permit and banner permit fees. The city has been approving the Sell-A-Bration as a way to assist...

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  • FVSD Board of Trustees Candidates' Forum today

    With three seats up for election this year on the Fountain Valley School District Board of Trustees, a candidates’ forum will be held at 6 p.m. today to hear from the four candidates vying for the seats. The public is invited to attend and listen to the views of candidates Sandra Crandall, Jim...

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  • Kingston Technology becomes first Special Olympics Host Town gold sponsor

    Kingston Technology has become the first gold sponsor of the Fountain Valley-Huntington Beach  Special Olympics World Games Host Town program. In addition to providing substantial financial support for the Host Town program, Kingston – the world's largest independent manufacturer of memory...

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  • Mayor’s Breakfast features Chamber CEO

    Mary Parsons, president and CEO of the Fountain Valley Chamber of Commerce, will be the guest speaker at Mayor Michael Vo’s monthly Mayor’s Breakfast on Oct. 16. The breakfast is set for 8-9 a.m. in the Saltzer Conference Room at Fountain Valley Regional Hospital, 17100 Euclid St. Cost for...

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  • Fire station open house is Saturday

    The Fountain Valley Fire Department will hold its annual open house from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at Station No. 1, 17737 Bushard St. The family event will feature demonstrations by fire personnel, safety information, magic and food. More information:714-593-4436.

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  • An invitation from the Tuesday Mile Square Women's Golf

    The Tuesday Mile Square Women’s Golf Club invites women to play a round of golf and have lunch at Mile Square Golf Course. Cost for first-timers is $10. Cost to join the Tuesday Women’s Club is $85 a year. Club members pay $38 for golf and golf cart each Tuesday. Interested women are asked to...

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  • FVHS Grad Night volunteers needed

    The Fountain Valley High School Grad Night Committee is looking for volunteers to assist with this year’s on-campus Grad Night, set for June 10. Grad Night will feature a casino, games, prizes, activities and lots of food. The event is several months away but the committee needs to book...

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  • Electronics recycling is Oct. 11

    The Fountain Valley Community Foundation will hold a free electronics recycling drive from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 11 at the Fountain Valley Sports Park, 16400 Brookhurst St. Residents can drop off TVs, computers, microwaves, printers and other electronic equipment. More information: Call...

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  • Fountain Valley City Council Candidates Forum to be Rebroadcast Tonight

    Fountain Valley residents can see a rebroadcast of the candidates forum at 8:30 p.m. today on television. The nine candidates for three open city council seats answer questions and give their campaign statements during the 2-1/2 hour forum, which the Public Cable Television Authority (PCTA) will...

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  • Newland School earns Blue Ribbon honor

    Newland Elementary School has been named a 2014 National Blue Ribbon School – one of only three in Orange County to earn that recognition. U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan announced the names of this year’s Blue Ribbon schools on Tuesday. “National Blue Ribbon Schools are models of...

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  • Senior Center fall dance is Oct. 17

    The Center at Founders Village’s annual Fall Dance is set for 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 17. Ticket donation is $7.   The dance is sponsored by Fountain Valley Regional Hospital. Founders Village is at 17967 Bushard St. The lunch is sponsored by Orange Coast Memorial Medical Center.   More information: Call ...

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  • Blessing of the Animals

    King of Glory Lutheran Church invites residents to bring their pets to the church Oct. 5 for St. Francis of Assisi's Blessing of the Animals with Pastor David Beard presiding.   The blessing is scheduled for 2 p.m. at the church, 10280 Slater Ave.  A free will offering of a pet toy or food is...

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  • October 2014 Issue

    The October 2014 issue of Fountain Valley Living Magazine hits mailboxes today, and is also online for you to share:   http://issuu.com/lynnseeden/docs/fountainvalleylivingmagazine_oct201_a3a526032f969f

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  • Aldi appears headed to Fountain Valley

    Residents clamoring for a Trader Joe’s opening in Fountain Valley may get the next best thing.   Aldi, a Germany-based grocery store with ties to Trader Joe’s, has applied with the city to open in the now vacant Grocery Outlet store on Magnoiia Street at Warner Avenue. The city’s planning...

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  • Holiday canned food drive begins

      The Fountain Valley Classic Car and Truck Show Committee, under the umbrella of the Fountain Valley Community Foundation, is hosting its annual canned food drive to help families within the community in need for the holidays in December.   The committee is collecting non-perishable food items and...

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  • Oral cancer walk/run fundraiser is Sept. 27

    The inaugural Oral Cancer Foundation Walk/Run for Awareness of Orange County will take place on Saturday, Sept. 27, in Mile Square Park, 167801 Euclid St.   Money raised from the event will benefit patients, awareness, education, advocacy, research and other activities to help those suffering with...

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  • Man convicted of 2012 shotgun killing

    A 20-year-old man was found guilty of the 2012 shotgun killing of a Fountain Valley man outside a convenience store.  Reda Hassan Safieddine was convicted of second-degree murder and brandishing a firearm in the killing of 17 year old Valle Valeriano outside a 7-Eleven store at Harbor and Heil....

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  • Drug Take Back day slated for September 27

    Fountain Valley residents will have the opportunity Saturday, September 27, 2014 to safely get rid of unwanted prescriptions through the Fountain Valley Police Department’s Prescription Drug Take Back Program.  This is the ninth opportunity in four years that the department has put on the program...

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  • California Elwyn planning ‘Fall Fling’ on Sept. 27

    California Elwyn is making plans for its Fall Fling, a fashion show and lunch featuring Elwyn clients. The event is set for 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 27 and will feature a silent auction and wish tree. Independence Bank is the room sponsor for this event, which tells the Elwyn story of employment...

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  • Chamber Candidates Forum is Sept. 25

    The Fountain Valley Chamber of Commerce will host a Candidates Forum from 5-9 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 25 in the City Council chambers at City Hall.City Council candidates will answer questions from the chamber and from the audience. City Hall is at 10200 Slater Ave. More information: (714) 962-3822.

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  • Mark your calendars: Texas Hold ‘Em Poker is Oct. 4

    The Fountain Valley Community Foundation will host the community Texas Hold ‘Em poker tournament on Saturday, Oct. 4 at the Center at Founder’s Village Senior and Community Center.    This event helps raise much needed funds for various non-profit organizations in Fountain Valley by giving 100...

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  • 2014-2015 FVSD calendar now available

    The 2014-2015 school year is just around the corner.  The new school year schedule is now available.  Click here to access the schedule.

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    Fountain Valley Living Magazine appreciates the support we receive from the entire community, and especially from the patrons of the magazine.  Patrons are those that support our efforts through their voluntary donations to the magazine.  If you would like to help support the magazine, and the work...

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    If you are searching for an article you have seen here before, and can't find now, check our archive page.  Simply click here, or on the archives button at the bottom of the page. You can also use the search bar and look by topic.

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