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  • Field Dedication
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  • Orchestra
  • Skate Park Const Kickoff
  • Last of 6 Events for the 75th Anniversary for Founding Linda VIsta
  • Town Council Board Members
  • Joint Park Opens Behind Montgomery Middle School
  • Dedication of the San Diego Family Care Clinic
  • USD Orchestra Gives a Free Concert at the Linda Vista 75th Anniversary Celebration
  • Starts the Construction for the LV Skate Park

Next Council Meeting

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Happening Soon!

  • MontgomeryGrassyFieldRev
  • ParkOct
  • Farmer's Market every Thursday afternoon (2-6PM) in Linda Vista Shopping Plaza
  • Montgomery School field open for public joint use. Next joint field will be at Linda Vista Elementary School
  • Skate Park in LV Recreation Park construction underway - finish April

From the LVTC President!

TomKaye2015 rev1Thomas Cleary   USDLV Town Council members voted at the October General Meeting for the incoming 2017 LVTC President, Tom Cleary.  He is the current Vice-President and has headed the LV Planning Group.  Tom is Senior Director for Community & Gov't Relations for the U. of San Diego.  We will turn over in the New Year's meeting on Thursday, January 19th.  MEETING LOCATION CHANGE: American Legion Post 731, 7245 Linda Vista Rd.

Coming Soon

225px Martin Luther King press conference 01269u editWe will celebrate Martin Luther King Day on Monday, January 16th

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Linda Vista Goes to War - 75 Years Ago

Building Linda Vista's first houses were started in Feb. 1941 and the people moved in during Nov..  Quickly several bungalows on Fulton St.were used as school buildings for middle school and high school students until the schools were built.  Standing outside the bungalows on the grass, many were planning on new careers and not going to war.
     When the Japanese had a surprise attack against the U.S. on Sun, Dec. 7th, everything changed.  Some students left school and enlisted the armed forces for World War II (1941-45).  Many of the first Kearny High School graduates went into uniform to defend our nation and won the war.PearlHarborAttack

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