Senator Bob Dutton Running for SBD Assessor/Recorder

San Bernardino County, CA, February 25, 2014 – On February 21st, Senator Bob Dutton (ret.) filed his nomination papers to run for San Bernardino County Assessor/Recorder. Dutton, known to many here in the Big Bear Valley, has much support from elected officials, community leaders, and associations that represent the county. As an elected official from the Inland Empire, Dutton has often been commended for his ability to provide effective leadership and has served as President or Board Member for his local Kiwanis Club, YMCA, Red Cross, and Chamber of Commerce. Dutton looks forward to another opportunity to serve the people around him and says, “My business experience and time in elected office make me uniquely qualified to serve as Assessor/Recorder.” Dutton is seeking this office with the support of all five members of the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors and several state and local taxpayer organizations that know what a significant role the Assessor plays in administration of county government. To learn more about the candidate, visit:...

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YMCA Camp Whittle Hosts Family Chamber Mixer

Big Bear, Ca, June 27, 2011, 3:00pm – YMCA Camp Whittle, located in the Fawnskin area is hosting this weeks Chamber of Commerce mixer tomorrow/ today.  The mixer will take place from 5:00 to 7:00pm, and is a family mixer, which means members and their immediate families will receive free entry, and non-members are only $5 each.  YMCA Camp Whittle is a 126-acre camp nestled in the mountains behind Fawnskin.  The road to Camp Whittle is a maintained dirt road, and Pam Scannell; the Chambers Membership Coordinator told KBHR there would be signs and people at the entrance to the camp.   Camp Whittle will offer 1-mile hayride tours of the camp to attendees, and they hope to expose the community to the camp, and allow people to see the services they provide to under privileged children.  Scannell also told KBHR that the camp will have archery available, as well as other surprise activities.  All are encouraged to attend, bring their business cards and network the night away.  For more information call the Chamber at 866-4607. [audio:http://kbhr933.com/wp-content/uploads/SP30858.mp3|titles=YMCA Camp Whittle...

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