Early Residents of Menifee Honored at Historical Assocation Meeting

At a recent Menifee Valley Historical Association meeting, Paul Wright and his family were honored as early residents of Menifee Valley. Edward and Christine Wright came to the valley about 1932 with their young son, Paul. Deborah Chaussee, Paul's daughter, read a description of life in Menifee Valley written by her grandmother, Christine. On display at the meeting were several beautiful quilts and crafts made by Christine.

Photo: seated: Paul and Betty Wright. Standing L to R: Roger Chaussee, Deborah Chaussee,
Brenda Wright, and grandson Roger Paul Chaussee.


The mission of MVHA is to identify, preserve and promote the historical legacy of the Menifee Valley, to promote respect for its past, and to educate the public about its historical significance. The association meets the third Saturday of every month at Haun Center, 31850 Haun Rd in Menifee from 9:30 to noon. Membership is open to anyone who shares its goals.

Contact: Linda Denver, (951) 505-1374




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