John Hine Temecula Subaru "Community Involvement"

 


 2018 Recycled Art & Fashion Show 

Presented by John Hine Temecula Subaru

The Recycled Art & Fashion Show presents original, eco-friendly art and fashion from arts professionals and college and high school students within the community. It promotes innovative re-purposing of consumer waste and raises environmental awareness with an exciting runway event and visual art display. Proceeds support Mt. San Jacinto College student scholarships and student/community events.

The Recycled Art & Fashion Show was founded in 2012 by Jane Laskin who received an Environmental Leadership Award from California State University at San Marcos for her creative recycling outreach programs. With educators Eileen Doktorski, Shelly Munoz and April Estoch, she formed a dedicated group of volunteers to create the event. It was an immediate success from its first production to a cheering audience of over 400 people. It is currently organized by the Planning Committee and the Mt. San Jacinto College Foundation with support from Hine Mazda/Subaru as a presenting sponsor and contributions from other local businesses and organizations. Hair and make-up for models are provided by Paul Mitchell - The School --Temecula.


Please join us Saturday, May 12 at 6:30 p.m. at the Monte De Oro Winery 

Ticke​ts are $20. 

Purchase tickets online now!


Price includes attendance to the event including: guest speaker, pre-show entertainment, runway show, awards, gallery display and raffle. Wine, beer and food are available at additional cost from the Monte De Oro menu. Ticket proceeds support event production costs, Mt. San Jacinto College student scholarships and student/community events.

 

 

John Hine Temecula Suburu had the unique opportunity to provide assistance and sponsorship for the 2nd Annual "Bark in the Park" Dog Walk/Show and Dog Park Fundraiser on Saturday, March 19, at the Live Oak Dog Park in Fallbrook, CA. Over 650 dog owners and their fun, friendly and furry four legged canine friends took park in the event. John Hine Temecula Subaru, Bill Brumbaugh VP/GM, was proud to present the "Best of Show" and "Owner Look Alike" awards. Of the event, Brumbaugh said, "This is such a fun time and we are glad to lend our support and have the opportunity to take part in order give the dogs a place to run and play. Subaru Loves Pets!" Live Oak Dog Park volunteer, Michelle Porkorny said, "This year's event was a 'huge success' and we can't wait to see it grow in the future in order to be able to meet the annual funding needs and maintenance of the off-leash Live Oak Dog Park. We are so thankful for John Hine Temecula Subaru's support." Event publicity was also published locally by The Valley News which is published weekly to over 100,000 area residents and businesses. //myvalleynews.com/calendars/john-hine-temecula-subaru-sponsors-bark-park-event/

 

Hine Temecula Subaru is proud to raise money for teachers through Subaru and AdoptAClassroom.org
We recently donated directly to six Temecula and Murrieta teachers 
to help them purchase school supplies for the 2015-2016 school year.  
Learn how you can join us and help today.





For the entire month of April, drop off you unwanted electronics at John Hine Temecula Subaru during our
"e-Waste Recycling Event"
Contact us for more information and acceptable items.


Hine Temecula Subaru is proud to sponsor the

4th Annual 2015 Recycled Art Fashion Show
 Location: Monte de Oro Winery and Vineyards,
35820 Rancho California Road, Temecula
 
    Event Date: Saturday, April 18, 2015
 
The Recycled Art & Fashion Show supports the arts and arts education,
raises environmental awareness and promotes wildly creative, eco-friendly
alternative art and fashion, hand-crafted from repurposed and discarded materials.


This annual gallery exhibition and runway event, now in its 4th year, was inspired by International Earth Day. It brings together established, professional artists and talented middle school through college-level art students creating a rich range of designers, collaborators and mentors.
Art students present with and learn from regional designers and artists in a professional, competitive venue.
Work is pre-judged for inclusion by the Event Planning Committee. At the event a panel of five outside judges select winners and present awards.