Please remember: Your new or renewed Town Crier Membership comes with some nice extras. A fine one is discounts on up to two meals per day for six entire months at The Red Kettle restaurant in downtown Idyllwild, supplied through the generosity of Red Kettle owners Bruce Ross and Eileen Gallo-Ross. (Note to other businesses: We certainly are open to your support in providing something extra for TC members, too.)
New and renewing Members also earn an ongoing thank you published monthly in our list of supporting Members — unless you prefer anonymity, of course. As new Members you’ll also get a nice-looking “Town Crier Member” decal for the inside of your car or house window.
And, most importantly, your new and renewed Membership comes with the personal satisfaction of knowing you are keeping a real newspaper covering our Hill community, including coverage of the Riverside County Board of Supervisors, the Hemet Unified School District and six other local public agencies —not covered by any other media — supported by your tax dollars and that make decisions and/or recommendations as to how more of your tax money will be spent. You do not have time to attend those events in person — the Town Crier does that for you.
Our continued thanks to all TC supporters — Members, advertisers and readers — for helping to keep the Town Crier serving us all, including all you who are extended Members of our Hill community. And, all you readers, please patronize the TC’s regular advertisers and tell them you saw their ads in the Town Crier. We and they will appreciate that you did.