Tag: Ginny Ollis

Art is a Mind-Expanding Exploration

| March 2, 2017 | 0 Comments
Art is a Mind-Expanding Exploration

No two people look at any piece of art and see exactly the same thing. The lack of words opens the personal tunnel of interpretation. A new artist who has moved to San Diego and into a small but engaging gallery in Old Town graces our neighborhood with both the freedom to see with our […]

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The Frame Station is Getting a New Home

| October 30, 2016 | 0 Comments
The Frame Station is Getting a New Home

By Ginny Ollis Tom Sandler has been an icon of the Mission Hills business community since 1981. That’s when he opened his Frame Station business, creating and delivering perfectly suited custom framing for whatever you want to show off. (In case you don’t know, a quick visit to the big competitors, like Aaron Bros., will […]

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The Mission Hills Business Community Has a New Leader

| August 17, 2014 | 0 Comments
The Mission Hills Business Community Has a New Leader

by Ginny Ollis The Business Improvement District (BID) for Mission Hills has a role of promoting local businesses and providing them with leadership to be their voice in government issues. BIDs provide services, such as cleaning streets, providing security, making capital improvements, construction of pedestrian and streetscape enhancements, and marketing the area. The services provided […]

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From High Chairs to Bar Chairs

| December 31, 2013 | 0 Comments

Dan Thomas Shares Fond Memories As we start a new year, 2014, some of us will be setting our sights for new personal and professional expectations and goals. However, one of my dear friends, Dan Thomas, will be closing a chapter in his life. He’s retiring. Before he retires, he plans to go out with […]

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Mission Hills Town Council Announcement

| July 31, 2012 | 0 Comments
Mission Hills Town Council Announcement

  By Ginny Ollis Proving again that we humans are “pack animals,” residents and guests of Mission Hills poured into Pioneer Park on the 4th of July for the traditional parade, BBQ contest, children’s games and concert. Even the drizzling skies did not cause people to give up their neighborhood get-together. The Town Council registered […]

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