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  • Wendy Bucknum We are so grateful for your excellent service to our city and proud that you both have been recognized as leaders, and for your service, See article to comment
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Hop to Bunny Days March 31

Get ready to hop over to the annual Bunny Days celebration Saturday, March 31 at Oso Viejo Community Park, 24932 Veterans Way. This fun-filled family event is from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and boasts

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Register today for fun-filled spring youth camps

Whether it’s cooking, building, Minecraft, adventure or sports, we’ve got some exciting spring break camps lined up your kids will surely love. Registration is now available for the following Mission

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Remember these tips to keep your pets healthy and safe

In honor of this week’s designation as National Poison Prevention week, the Mission Viejo Animal Services Center is alerting pet owners of some common household items that can pose a risk to their

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Cookie donations sought for City’s adopted Marines and Sailors

If you want to provide a sweet treat to the brave hearts who serve our country, consider donating pre-packaged cookies for a special event benefitting Mission Viejo’s adopted Marines. The City’s

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Sisters Kelsey and Cookie need a new loving home

Kelsey and Cookie’s people unfortunately lost their home, so now these two sweet sisters are homeless. Luckily, their owners thought enough about their safety to bring them to the Mission Viejo

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