The Lucerne Valley FFA officers and adviser Mr. Troy Van Bavel delivered the “Buddy Bench” to members of the Eagles Leadership Team, which is advised by teacher Kay Hall. Peter Day / The Leader
By PETER DAY
The Eagle Leadership team had an idea, and the high school’s FFA officers put that dream into action.
From staff reports
The Lucerne Valley Mustangs lost to Desert Chapel of Palm Springs by a score of 60-0 on Sept. 19.
The Eagles were led by quarterback Kaleb Whan, who passed for 247 yards.
Statistics for the Mustangs were unavailable at press time.
A prayer vigil for Pastor Saeed Abedini will be held at 6 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 26 at Pioneer Park.
The event will mark the second anniversary that the American pastor has been imprisoned in Rajai Sahr prison in Iran. Abedini was sentenced to an 8-year prison term for undermining national security through Christian evangelistic activities. He was arrested in the summer of 2012.
By Peter Day
A senior housing project may be built near the Lucerne Valley Market & Hardware Store, according to Richard Selby, chairman of the Lucerne Valley-Johnson Valley Municipal Advisory Council.
“We see this as a real need,” Selby said during last week’s monthly meeting at the Community Center.
Beverly Lowry, who serves as a field representative for Third District Supervisor, agreed.
“There’s a crying need for more senior housing,” Lowry said.
on Oct. 5
A Place to Go Clubhouse will hold a Rummage Sale from 1 to 4 p.m. on Oct. 5.
All donations and money earned go to support the Clubhouse, which helps people with mental health issues. The Clubhouse offers members a small meal at 4 p.m., groups and the use of phone and computers .
The Clubhouse collects items regularly for their rummages sales. All donations appreciated.
A Place to Go Clubhouse is located at 32770 Old Woman Springs Road, Lucerne Valley. For more information, call 760-248-2327.