San Miguel Scene: Town Clean-Up Day is Saturday

September 6, 2012 

Saturday is the regular Volunteer Firemen Town Clean-up Day. They’ll accept items for the dumpster at the Fire Department from 8 a.m. until it’s full.

Monetary donations are greatly appreciated and help pay disposal fees. Also, it is aday to weed and beautify downtown landscaping areas not yet adopted. If you want to help, bring your own tools and meet on the west side of 14th Street at 8 a.m.

Mike Saunders is taking names and dates for the annual Lions Club Calendar. Call him to list birthdays, anniversaries and meetings at 712-9120 or stop by the San Miguel Mercantile. The Lions do good works with the proceeds.

Celebration to benefit Mission San Antonio

The Board of Directors for the Preservation of Mission San Antonio is hosting a celebration to benefit the Save Mission San Antonio campaign on Sept. 14 from 4 to 8:30 p.m.

Tickets are $35 in advance and $45 at the gate. Funds are needed to retrofit the mission or it faces closure.

For information and to buy tickets, call 831-386-0599 or visit preservemission sanantonio.org  .

Horseback riders to visit all 21 missions

Seven riders are visiting all 21 California missions, from Sonoma to San Diego on horseback. They began their journey Aug. 18 to film a documentary, “The California Missions Ride.”

They will arrive at Mission San Antonio on Sept. 13. On Sept. 16, they’ll arrive at Mission San Miguel. They’ll be part of celebrations at both places.

For information, go to www.thecaliforniamission   ride.org  .

San Miguel Mission to celebrate 215 years

On Sept. 16, Mission San Miguel will celebrate its 215th birthday at the annual fiesta and barbecue in the mission picnic grounds.

The barbecue dinner, with a choice of beef or chicken, will be served from noon until 4 p.m.

Dinner tickets are $10 for adults in advance; $12 at the gate. Tickets for children younger than 12 are $8.

For tickets in advance and for information, call 441-1243 or www.mission   sanmiguel.org  .

Proceeds benefit restoration and preservation of the Mission.

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