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AUGUST 2020 FEATURE ARTICLE
Variety of On-going Activities
Keep Historical Society Busy

By Rebecca Marshall Farnbach
     Perhaps most think of our monthly presentations and newsletters as the main activities of the Temecula Valley Historical Society. These are our most visible functions, but there is a lot more going on behind the scenes.
    We are busy in the community. We watch over historic buildings and graves. We protest to the city council when historic properties are threatened. We’ve paid for repairs to several pioneer tombstones and provide the yard maintenance and pay taxes for Louis Wolf’s tomb. We have representation at the Old Town Review Board meetings and on the Riverside County Historical Commission. We are working with the City of Temecula to provide tax incentives for owners of historic properties.
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JANUARY 2020 - TVHS Celebrates Another Year End
FEFRUARY 2020 - Two Historic 1927 Events Happened at Vail Field
MARCH 2020 - TVHS to Celebrate Merger with VaRRA & Chamber Membership
APRIL 2020 - Darell & Rebecca Farnbach Win Citizen of the Year Award
MAY 2020 - History of Women's Suffrage in California
JUNE 2020 - Pandemics of the Past
JULY 2020 - Mahlon Vail's Story
AUGUST 2020 - Variety of On-going Activities Keep Historical Society Busy