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'Working to preserve the rich heritage of the Temecula Valley'
'The palest ink is better than the best memory.'
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OCTOBER 2021 FEATURE ARTICLE
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Farnbachs Honored by City
With Names on Wall of Honor

By Dick Fox
   Over 25 years ago Darell and Rebecca Farnbach embarked on a journey of dedication for the preservation and restoration of an historic site in Temecula. Their efforts have resulted in what we know today as the Vail Headquarters.

   Early in this journey the vision was Darell’s, and he shared it with Rebecca on their first date over 30 years ago. Darell drove Rebecca by and showed her the complex of old buildings and shared his vision of what it should and could become one day.
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OCTOBER 2021 - Farnbachs Honored by City With Names on Wall of Honor
SEPTEMBER 2021 - Dear Brothers Vintage Base Ball
AUGUST 2021 - Utilizing Technology to Interpret History
JULY 2021 - Celebrations of the Past - The 4th of July Celebration in Temecula - 1904
JUNE 2021 - Studebaker: More Than Just a Different Car
MAY 2021 - Guenther's Murrieta Hot Springs Resort
APRIL 2021 - The Little House in Temecula
MARCH 2021 - The Shooting and Death of Asa C. Davis
FEBRUARY 2021 - Homesteading in Southern California
JANUARY 2021 - Jose Gonzalez, Temecula Pioneer Passes Away in January 1921