Hi, I’m Christine Damko with the City of Temecula standing in front of The Press Espresso on Old Town Front Street and this is your Good News of the Week for September 23rd, 2019 Nothing feels more like fall than enjoying a warm cup of coffee at The Press Espresso. The Press opened in Old Town Temecula back in 2016 and has been roasting coffee locally since then. They offer a variety of specialty lattes topped with home-made syrup and partner with local businesses to support and bring the community together. Although the majority of their pastries are baked in house, other popular menu items include croissants from Le Coffee Shop, tea from Old Town Spice and Tea Merchants, vegan donuts from EAT Marketplace and vegan pop tarts from Lazy Daisy. All the proceeds made from their Lazy Daisy pop tarts go towards the Breakfast Club Kids, a non-profit organization that supports an Ethiopian orphanage. Follow the Press on Instagram and Facebook @ThePressEspresso to see what they will be brewing up for National Coffee Day this Sunday! Be in control of your health and join us this Saturday, September 28th at 9 am for the region’s largest Health and Community Resource Fair at Temecula City Hall. There will be over 100 vendors in attendance providing, free health screenings, community resources, emergency preparedness, public safety awareness, and a non-profit expo. Come for the health of it and enjoy live entertainment, a hands-only CPR training, health giveaways and so much more. For more information, contact our Community Services Department at 951-694-6464. The Engaging Local Government Leaders network is taking a road trip to Temecula this month for a session on Engaging Adults with Special Needs. This session will be held at Temecula City Hall on Wednesday, September 25th and focus on the successful efforts of local inclusion programs such as Temecula’s Viticulture and High Hopes programs. Learn more about the event at TemeculaCA.gov/ELGL. Happy first day of Fall Temecula! I’ll see you next week.