People Who Make A Difference

Senator Mike Morrell recognizes San Bernardino resident, Sergeant Ray Zaragoza as a true hero in our community. “His story is truly captivating and his service to our nation needs to go on record.” said Morrell, “We cannot forget the sacrifice made by our veterans in wars past and serving our nation as we speak.  His journey is an inspiration.”

In 1943, Ray convinced his mother to let him join the army. He took a train to Arkansas' Camp Joseph T. Robinson for basic training, where in Sergeant Zaragoza’s words, "we had to learn to stay alive." They trained day and night and had to sleep ...(Read More)

The Unforgettables Foundation Helps Families Remember

The Unforgettables Foundation is a non-profit organization that was founded by Tim Evans, with the help of Inland Empire educators, medical professionals, social workers, and morticians. It is committed to helping parents and communities endure the terrible and unfortunate death of a child. The Unforgettables Foundation mission is to assist low-income families provide a dignified, appropriate burial for their children who have passed away. They seek to empower communities to memorialize those children and encourage communities to recognize the financial burden that often surfaces with the death of a child. My experience with this organization has been nothing but positive. This organization perfectly combines professionalism with compassion in dealing with this very sensitive and very tragic set of circumstances.

To find out more information, check out their website at theunforgettables.com or call (909) 335-1655. Their office is located at 345 W Pearl Ave, Redlands, CA 92374.

Cucamonga Valley Water District Staff Members Educate Consumers On Water Supply and Conservation

The Cucamonga Valley, like most of western San Bernardino County, is rapidly urbanizing. With urbanization comes an increased demand on local resources, including our water supply. This demand has prompted the Cucamonga Valley Water District (CVWD) to educate consumers about the value of water, where their water supply comes from, and how every day we can each do our part to be good stewards of our natural resources. Without an educated and engaged customer base, water conservation and an appreciation for natural resources would not be possible. Part of this customer education includes a student learning component, which occurs at CVWD's Environmental Learning Center. Every year, thousands of students learn about our local water supply, water pollution, and other envffironmental issues in an interactive, hands-on learning environment. School classes grades 1-6 are invited to visit the Learning Center during the school year.

Please contact Ms. Shelley Cirrito at (909)987-2591 for more information.