Fawnskin Business & Big Bear Marathon


Last week I got news that it looks like Amangela’s will get the approval to serve beer and wine. All they have to do is add a couple of gates to the deck.

So, congratulations!

Fawnskin Market

Mike is in Syria for his sister’s wedding. You might have met his energetic cousin Eddie already. If you haven’t drop by. He is running the store for a couple more weeks until Mike returns.

Rumors that Mike will come back with his own new bride are unsubstantiated!

Fawnskin Post Office

The Fawnskin retail window at the Post Office will be closed during the Big Bear Marathon on Saturday, September 6, 2008. The Post Office will have a special table set up near the Post Office and will offer commemorative cancellations for those who want souvenirs.

Visitors will also be able to purchase postage stamps. Big Bear Lake, Big Bear City, and Fawnskin Post Offices will have the special postmark available for 30 days after the event.

If you have questions, reach Cynthia at 909.866.3245.

Big Bear Marathon

Here is the news you need for September 6, 2008.

  • Hwy 18 / Big Bear Blvd. between Paine Road and the Dam will be closed to westbound traffic from 5:30am to around 9:30am. Limited eastbound traffic will be allowed with significant delays. Take alternate routes.
  • North Shore Drive will remain open to westbound traffic during the race, and progressively re-open to eastbound traffic as the last runners move along the course.
  • To minimize neighborhood congestion, athletes will park in Snow Summit’s parking lot(s) and shuttle to the Village and ½ Marathon start.
  • Big Bear Blvd. between Knight Ave. and Pine Knot Ave. will allow one traffic lane in each direction until all runners are clear.
  • Expect some delays on Big Bear Blvd. at Summit Blvd. and Division Dr. as runners cross the street.
  • Traffic will be back to normal early Saturday afternoon.

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