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Wednesdays at Noon at Claim Jumper in Temecula
Daniel Lee Stephenson is a businessman who defines the entrepreneurial spirit as a tireless business advocate, generous humanitarian, and dedicated sports enthusiast. Stephenson owns a group of real estate related companies including Rancon Real Estate, Chardonnay Escrow, and the Rancon Group.
Since 1971, the name Rancon has been synonymous with high quality real estate development in an area of Southern California known as the Inland Empire. Under Stephenson’s direction during the real estate boom of the late 1980s, Rancon was one of the nation’s largest real estate syndicators raising more than $500 million in investor capital.
Rancon’s investment vehicles helped finance monumental projects such as Tri-City Corporate Centre—a 150-acre mixed use business park in San Bernardino, California. He was also actively involved in the development of Bear Creek, a landmark private residential community and golf course, designed by Jack Nicholas, located in Murrieta, California. In addition, Rancon partnerships have developed more than 25,000 acres of residential properties, almost three million square feet of retail/commercial space, more than seven million square feet of industrial space, and 1.4 million square feet of office space, all within the Inland Empire of Southern California.Read more...
Sandy McKay and her family moved to Temecula 15 years ago from Vista, CA. She and her husband, Tim of 25 years, are the proud parents of two sons. Their older son, Tyler, graduated from Chaparral High School is currently is a sophomore at Cal State University San Marcos. Her younger son, Dylan, is in 8th grade at James L. Day Middle School.
Sandy has been an educator or 23 years. She was a classroom teacher for 8 years in the San Marcos Unified School District and then she became the director of a BTSA Program (Beginning Teacher Support & Assessment) in again in San Marcos. In 2002 she accepted a position as an Assistant Principal in the Temecula Valley Unified School District. Sandy spent 3 years in a split assignment between Palomar and Nicolas Valley Elementary Schools. She then spent 7 years as a Principal of Palomar Elementary and then at Abbey Reinke Elementary and finally as a Principal on Special Assignment. However the opportunity to go back on site as Principal of Temecula Valley Elementary School, working with the faculty and students, was a thrill. She is in her 3rd year at TVES.
TVES is a California Title 1 school. A Title 1 School is defined as; Schools with a large underachieving, low-income student population.
Photos by Todd Montgomery
Photos by Todd Montgomery
Past President Kim
Cleft Palate Work
Jan 7th - Ryla program
Jan 14th - Rancho Damasitas - Group home for Foster Children
Jan 21st - Danl Steward - Navy Seal/applied to life
Jan 28th - Military Support at Camp Pendleton, Linda Sundram
Rotary has a long history of supporting our military. The Rotary Club of Temecula has picked up on that tradition and created The Military Family Support Project. Our project is simple in its very own nature. Listen to the issues facing our local Military Personnel, and their families, and apply the necessary resources that are needed to resolve the issue.