(A Tradition is Born)

Announcing the 1st Annual HSJ Chronicle Football Awards

Editor’s Note; The HSJ Chronicle is pleased to announce the first of what will become an annual awards banquet.  While this year, we are only celebrating football, next year we will expand the awards to include a variety of sports.  The awards will be announced (actually, RE-announced, as our sports writer Kyle named his top five picks a few weeks ago), and we have found a sponsor.

Applebee’s has never failed to help this community, and they have come through for us again.  The “HSJ Chronicle Awards Breakfast” will be held at Applebee’s on Sunday, December 8 at 8am.  The winners and up to three (3) guests eat free!

In sponsoring this event, Applebee’s Manager Melissa Silva said, “Applebee’s is truly a neighborhood bar and grill, so we’re all about helping our neighborhoods and our community.”

Thank You Applebee’s and thank you Melissa Silva!

Applebee’s is located at 2515 W. Florida Avenue, Hemet.

See next week’s edition for more details!

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