East County residents earn Lifelong Learning designation

June 17, 2024 – Our town took a magical trip down memory lane today. The Model T Ford Club of America rolled into town for their 2024 National Tour. 

Dozens of these magnificent Model T’s lined our streets. It felt like stepping back in time.

The visitors took a stroll through our town’s rich history, from the old Lakeside Inn, the Auto Speedway route, made famous by racing legend Barney Oldfield, to our charming historic buildings and homes.

The Lakeside Historical Society opened their doors, welcoming everyone to explore the chapel, museum, Gift Shop, and the Speedway monument. It was a little slice of the past brought back to life.

Their visit was short, but the memories will last a lifetime. A huge thank you to the Model T Ford Club of America for stopping by and making the day in our hometown so special.

Lakeside resident Emily Moore and La Mesa resident Adrienne Richart of SDSU’s College of Extended Studies have earned their Certified Program Planner (CPP) professional designations through the Learning Resources Network (LERN). To become a Certified Program Planner (CPP), an individual must pass the CPP exam. According to LERN, the purpose of the CPP is to provide a standard of achievement and excellence in the knowledge of lifelong learning. Moore is a program director for SDSU’s College of Extended Studies. Richart is an assistant program director for the College.