Veterans’ center holds grand opening celebration


Thursday, November 13th, 2008
Issue 46, Volume 12.


Veterans’ center holds grand opening celebration - Ruil Douglas photo. - Sharing thoughts at the celebration are Linda Raffignone
(left), vocational rehabilitation and employment officer, Department of Veterans’ Affairs regional office in San Diego; SVBRC Director Al Renteria (center); and Gary C. Douglas, service officer, AMVETS Dept. of California Service and Rehabilitation Dept., Loma Linda.
Sharing thoughts at the celebration are Linda Raffignone (left), vocational rehabilitation and employment officer, Department of Veterans’ Affairs regional office in San Diego; SVBRC Director Al Renteria (center); and Gary C. Douglas, service officer, AMVETS Dept. of California Service and Rehabilitation Dept., Loma Linda.

Veterans’ center holds grand opening celebration - Ruil Douglas photo. - County Supervisor Bill Horn (foreground) speaks to the crowd at the grand opening
ceremony for the Southwest Veterans’ Business Resource Center (SVBRC) on November 1. Standing in back are (from left) Sam Luna-Sanchez, Assemblyman Kevin Jeffries, Frances Lowe, Gillian Larson and SVBRC founder/CEO Al Renteria. The center is located at 145 East Fig Street.
County Supervisor Bill Horn (foreground) speaks to the crowd at the grand opening ceremony for the Southwest Veterans’ Business Resource Center (SVBRC) on November 1. Standing in back are (from left) Sam Luna-Sanchez, Assemblyman Kevin Jeffries, Frances Lowe, Gillian Larson and SVBRC founder/CEO Al Renteria. The center is located at 145 East Fig Street.

Veterans’ center holds grand opening celebration - Ruil Douglas photo. - Roger L. Reed (left), a service disabled business
owner who volunteered his talent to photograph and videotape the grand opening event, visits with USMC Pvt. Daniel Boothe.
Roger L. Reed (left), a service disabled business owner who volunteered his talent to photograph and videotape the grand opening event, visits with USMC Pvt. Daniel Boothe.

Veterans’ center holds grand opening celebration - Ruil Douglas photo. - Al Renteria, founder/CEO of the Southwest Veterans’
Business Resource Center.
Al Renteria, founder/CEO of the Southwest Veterans’ Business Resource Center.

Veterans’ center holds grand opening celebration - Courtesy photo. - Temecula resident Gillian Larson (left), a CBS TV “Survivor” contestant, visits
with Linda Raffignone (center) and Chris Day at the grand opening event.
Temecula resident Gillian Larson (left), a CBS TV “Survivor” contestant, visits with Linda Raffignone (center) and Chris Day at the grand opening event.


 

2 comments

Comment Profile ImageAlbert R. Renteria
Comment #1 | Friday, Nov 14, 2008 at 10:05 am
I want to extend my deep appreciation and gratitude to all those that attended our Grand Opening. We have posted our video of the event at www.usvets.tv and to view it look for our Southwest Veterans' Business Resource Center logo and click on "Video". I hope you enjoy the clip and join us at our online community www.WhereCommunitiesServeVeterans.org. God Bless, Albert R. Renteria, Founder and CEO
Comment Profile ImageSaketh
Comment #2 | Thursday, Nov 20, 2008 at 9:19 am
I attended the Grand Opening and was very impressed! Keep up the good work Fallbrook Vets!

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