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Lake Forest
14 Jul, Tuesday
68° F

Tune into WOW! this Wednesday at 4 p.m. on Bob Ampe's Facebook and meet Sandra, owner of Las Fajitas Mexican Grill. Las Fajitas came to Lake Forest from Newport Beach and left the crowds behind! Sandra, has over 20-years of restaurant experience and makes sure her kitchen is sparkling clean. Her regulars STILL come down from Newport Beach (home of the old Las Fajitas) because there is nowhere quite like Las Fajitas Grill.

We're Open Wednesday's (WOW!) is is an exclusive project from Lake Forest Shop & Dine - CTY 611, and Bob Ampe meant to promote our local economy and shine light on our neighborhood's backbone: small business. This week we meet up with Agape Dance Lab in Lake Forest has been part of the Lake Forest Shop & Dine Experience since December. We welcome them into the new normal with open arms and grand jetes!

Today a meeting held by Dr. Clayton Chau from the Orange County Health Care Agency and Lucy Dunn, President of the Orange County Business Council, was conducted to touch on guidelines and orders in the county for businesses during Covid-19. "This is not about paranoia, the coronavirus is three months young in science. Yes, we know a lot but we still have a lot more to learn because don't know. We don't have the vaccine yet and it won't be online for another at least 18 months. We know the infection is out there," Dr. Chau said.

Hey locals, we've got another episode of WOW! We’re Open Wednesday’s. This week we talk to a high touch retail store, Discount Mattress Lady, to find out how to keep your customers safe, doors open and the good times coming. Lake Forest Shop & Dine partnered with Bob Ampe, Associate Broker with Coldwell Banker Realty, to go behind closed doors of Lake Forest’s small businesses to reveal neighborhood heroes, give exclusive discounts and showcase the Lake Forest Shop & Dine Experience! #LFWOW

Chairwoman Steel and Supervisor Wagner Get $26 Million in CARES Act Funding Approved, OC Board of Supervisors Rejects $75 million to Support Businesses Across Orange County. At the May 19th board meeting, Supervisor Wagner and I proposed a $101 million in CARES Act Funding for a Business Recovery Program.