The Mission Oaks Community Annual Candle Lighting will be held on Monday, Dec. 16, from 6-9 p.m.
If it rains, it will be held the next night on Dec. 17, at the same time.
Mission Oaks Community is in East Ridge, off Greenslake Road at Patton Drive.
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Sometime on Monday night, after I had written a piece on getting swatted with a switch as a kid, I got an email from ESPN Canada asking if I would be a televised guest on “Off the Record,” the most watched daily sports show in Canada. The subject: corporal punishment in America. Are you kidding me? I am hardly an expert. All weekend my world of sports and its excitement was warped ... (click for more)