Mt. Miguel High School

MOUNT MIGUEL HIGH FOUNDATION HOSTS “QUARTERMANIA” FUNDRAISER OCT. 5

East County News Service

September 3, 2019 (Spring Valley) – Mt. Miguel High School Foundation will present “QUARTERMANIA” on Saturday, Oct. 5 from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Mt. Miguel High School Multicultural Event Center (8568 Blossom Lane, Spring Valley).

“Bring a roll of quarters and have some fun,” the invitation states. Quartermania is a cross between an auction, a raffle and Bingo. Vendors put an item up for auction; if you are interested in it you bid 1 to 4 quarters, then raise your paddle. If the Vendor draws your paddle number, you win. 


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MT. MIGUEL HIGH SCHOOL FOUNDATION PRESENTS “QUARTERMANIA”

 

East County News Service

September 6, 2018 (Spring Valley) – Mt. Miguel High School Foundation will present “QUARTERMANIA,” a cross between an auction, raffle and bingo. The event will take place on October 20 from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Mt. Miguel High School’s brand new event center, 8585 Blossom Lane in Spring Valley.


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LOCAL ATHLETES TAKE 9TH PLACE AT U.S. NATIONAL SYNCHRONIZED SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS

 

Alexandra Suarez and Ainsleigh Douglas

April 16, 2014 (San Diego’s East County)--Members of the San Diego SeaStars Synchronized Swimming Team, which practices in Spring Valley, earned 9th place in the duet event at the 2014 U.S. National Championships.


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FOOD HANDOUT: LARGEST IN EAST COUNTY

Samoan Independent Pentecostal Church feeds Lemon Grove needy, with help of Mt.Miguel football team.
 
By Bill Pogue
 
November 21, 2011 (Lemon Grove) -- The largest, annual free food distribution in East County occurred on Friday, November 18, was made by the Samoan Independent Pentecostal Church, where they rent church accommodations from the Lemon Grove Lutheran Church at 2055 Skyline Drive. This is the 8th consecutive year that Pastor Ulalei Tausaga, his wife Mai and son Smith, and their congregation performed this feat.

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CHARGERS FOOTBALL: Q & A WITH OGEMDI NWAGBUO

by Christopher Mohr

 

August 13, 2010 (San Diego) - For every Peyton Manning or Chad Ochocinco in the National Football League, there exist hundreds of players whose opportunities to play professional football come with no guarantees. Not only do these players not get drafted in the early rounds, many do not get drafted at all and have only an outside chance of playing as undrafted free agents.

 

Chargers defensive tackle Ogemdi Nwagbuo (more commonly known as 'O.G.') is one such player. His path to the NFL is not typical of most players who play several years of youth and high school football before moving on to college and up to the pros.


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BARONA TRIBE AWARDS MOUNT MIGUEL HIGH SCHOOL $5,000 GRANT FOR BOOKS WITH FOCUS ON STUDENTS’ PRESENT AND FUTURE


Since Program Launch, Barona Has Invested Nearly $1 Million to Schools Statewide


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