West Ada School District officials were part of a Sunday conference call with Idaho Gov. Brad Little and after that call decided to keep schools open the week before spring break. Once […]
Loving Father & Husband
David Phillips born to Debra and Micheal Phillips grew up in the city of Rialto. David went to 4 diffrent high schools and finally landed at Eisenhower High in Rialto where he graduated in 1997.
David went to Chaffey JC for 2 semesters then decied to take a semester off. January 2000 David finally re-enrolled in school at SBVC where he decied to presue a degree in Child Development.
David was the VP of local CSEA Chapter 605 in Rancho Cucamonga where he fought against employee abuse and gave every unit member a voice.
After suffering the brunt of the economy in 2010 David was laid off due to budget cuts and was hired to put together and obtain a license for Calvary Chapel Rialto Pre School, and after 9 months of gruling work helped this pre school open for fall enrollment in 2010. David then was asked to hand the regins over to thier current director.
David now is a Niche Marketing professional. Currently advising companies in the areas of Private Security, Personal Protection, Community Policing, Event Planning, Consumer Advocacy, Published Authors, Arts and Non-Profit Organizations.
David ran (created April 20, 2009) Flores Park Neighborhood Watch a Neighborhood Watch group that spaned over 1 mile in radius. David also ran oversaw website www.RialtoNeighborhoodWatch.com, Face book site Flores Park Neighborhood Watch and wrote a blog RialtoNeighborhoodWatch@wordpress.com.
David Currently writes the blog for Rialto Now. This blog is used to bring the positive side of Rialto while keeping residents abreast of the going on's in the community.
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My First Blog Post
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