New Year's

FROM THE CHIEFS CORNER: NEW YEAR’S SAFETY TIPS

 

By Fire Chief Sam DiGiovanna

December 28, 2012 (San Diego's East County)--New Year's Eve is a night to have fun and celebrate the coming year. However, safety is a must when participating in the festivities.

Whether you're staying in and celebrating with friends and family, or you're traveling to a party or city bash, following a few safety tips will ensure that you're safe and sound when the clock strikes midnight, ringing in the New Year!

 

 


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RING IN THE NEW YEAR AT THESE EAST COUNTY LOCATIONS

 

December 28, 2009 (San Diego’s East County) – Looking for a festive party or a special restaurant to celebrate New Year’s Eve? Below is our guide to New Year’s Eve attractions in East County and San Diego’s eastern regions on December 31st, including live music and dancing, fireworks, special menus, casino promotions, and activities for children, families and seniors.


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EAST COUNTY EQUESTRIAN GROUP, THE VICTORIAN ROSES LADIES RIDING SOCIETY, JOIN IN ROSE PARADE ON NEW YEAR'S DAY

The Victorian Roses Ladies Riding Society, an equestrian unit of nine women from several East County communities including Descano, Lakeside, Campo, Alpine and El Cajon, will appear in the 121st annual Rose Parade on New Year's Day, Jan. 1st, in Pasadena.

 


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