Fallbrook Historical Society

Fallbrook Historical Society The Fallbrook Historical Society was chartered in 1976 and is dedicated to collecting, preserving and displaying the history and artifacts of Fallbrook.

The Main Museum - Upper Level:

Native American Display and Artifacts
Early Settlers Information
Fallbrook in miniature (scale model replicas of early Fallbrook buildings)
Model train (replica of train that once served this community)
Exhibits on agriculture, education, community organizations, the fire
department and the military. Guides to Fallbrook Historic Registry Site

The Main Museum - Upper Level:

Native American Display and Artifacts
Early Settlers Information
Fallbrook in miniature (scale model replicas of early Fallbrook buildings)
Model train (replica of train that once served this community)
Exhibits on agriculture, education, community organizations, the fire
department and the military. Guides to Fallbrook Historic Registry Site

Operating as usual

Members only BBQ with Vintage Car ClubOctober 30, 2021 From: 11:00 am To 3:00 pmThe Ford Room at the Fallbrook Heritage ...
10/09/2021

Members only BBQ with Vintage Car Club

October 30, 2021 From: 11:00 am To 3:00 pm

The Ford Room at the Fallbrook Heritage Center
1730 South Hill Avenue
Fallbrook , CA 92028

The Vintage Car Club is hosting a BBQ for FHS Members

Hamburgers & Hot Dogs
BYOB

Members only BBQ with Vintage Car Club

October 30, 2021 From: 11:00 am To 3:00 pm

The Ford Room at the Fallbrook Heritage Center
1730 South Hill Avenue
Fallbrook , CA 92028

The Vintage Car Club is hosting a BBQ for FHS Members

Hamburgers & Hot Dogs
BYOB

Do you remember demolishing day of the Fallbrook Train Station?
10/03/2021

Do you remember demolishing day of the Fallbrook Train Station?

Make your Next Event Memorable by creating Happiness at Fallbrook Historical Society facilities. “The Barn” at the Fallb...
09/30/2021

Make your Next Event Memorable
by creating Happiness
at Fallbrook Historical Society facilities.

“The Barn” at the Fallbrook Heritage Center

Capacity:
Standing only: 244
With tables and chairs: 144
Parking: 30 cars

The Ford Room at the Fallbrook Heritage Center
Capacity:
Standing only: 88
With tables and chairs: 41
Parking: 30 cars

The historic Reche Schoolhouse
Capacity:
Standing only: 112
With tables and chairs: 52
Parking: 20 cars

For booking, date availability and rates, please send email or call at:

[email protected]

call 760-723-4125

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Who remembers this bridge? When was it built? This bridge connects Fallbrook to Oceanside. The road through the San Luis...
09/26/2021

Who remembers this bridge? When was it built?

This bridge connects Fallbrook to Oceanside.

The road through the San Luis Rey Valley was planned as early as 1889.

Please visit Fallbrook History Museum today to learn Fallbrook amazing history.

Museum is open every Sat and Sunday between 1-4 pm.

Who remembers this bridge? When was it built?

This bridge connects Fallbrook to Oceanside.

The road through the San Luis Rey Valley was planned as early as 1889.

Please visit Fallbrook History Museum today to learn Fallbrook amazing history.

Museum is open every Sat and Sunday between 1-4 pm.

Do you have questions about Fallbrook History? Visit Fallbrook Historical Museum Open every Sat & Sunday from 1-4 pm.and...
09/19/2021
Question for our Historian

Do you have questions about Fallbrook History?

Visit Fallbrook Historical Museum
Open every Sat & Sunday from 1-4 pm.

and Fallbrook Reche Historical School house open the 3rd Saturday of the month from 1-4 pm.

Or simply fill out the farm to get your answers.
Get answers from our historian! click here…

https://www.fallbrookhistoricalsociety.org/question-for-our-historian/

Click the “Donate” button below to give any amount to the FHS. To become a member of the Historical Society, click here.

Do you know who was William Pittenger?He was a war hero. He received the highest Medal of Honor. Come and visit William ...
09/12/2021
Fallbrook Army veteran honors grave of 'Medal of Honor' Civil War hero

Do you know who was William Pittenger?

He was a war hero. He received the highest Medal of Honor.

Come and visit William Pittenger house between 1-4 pm on Sat and Sunday.
It is located in the Heritage Center, Fallbrook, California.

1730 Hill Avenue
Fallbrook, CA 92028
Open: Every Sat and Sunday between 1-4 pm.
Docents are waiting to answer any historical questions and you can buy a piece of history from the shop.

Come today and with family and kids.

Watch the CBS8 channel 8 video to learn more.

https://www.cbs8.com/mobile/article/news/local/zevely-zone/fallbrook-army-veteran-civil-war-hero/509-8c099b33-e85d-45b8-8c58-d256c647d55a

A bike ride through Fallbrook leads to a story of heroism and "The Great Locomotive Chase".

07/08/2021

—— History bits ——

FHS Barn has many historic farm equipment:

Fallbrook Historical Society Barn and other museums has thousands of historical art effects. The museum is open on Sunday from 1-4 pm.
Please come and visit and brings kids.

Please also like FHS page and follow.

If you are interested in California history. This document is good read.

https://dot.ca.gov/-/media/dot-media/programs/environmental-analysis/documents/ser/agriculture-study-a11y.pdf

FHS Open House - You are invited! June 26, 2021 From: 1:00 pm To 4:00 pmFallbrook Heritage Center1730 Hill AvenueFallbro...
06/03/2021

FHS Open House - You are invited!

June 26, 2021 From: 1:00 pm To 4:00 pm

Fallbrook Heritage Center
1730 Hill Avenue
Fallbrook , CA 92028

Come see our new displays!
Coloring for Kids.
Play Giant Chess.
Enjoy cars from the Antique Car Club.
Docent led tours of the Museums.
Gift baskets!
Free Refreshments.

FHS Open House - You are invited!

June 26, 2021 From: 1:00 pm To 4:00 pm

Fallbrook Heritage Center
1730 Hill Avenue
Fallbrook , CA 92028

Come see our new displays!
Coloring for Kids.
Play Giant Chess.
Enjoy cars from the Antique Car Club.
Docent led tours of the Museums.
Gift baskets!
Free Refreshments.

On this Memorial Day, The Fallbrook Historical Society remembers some of the Fallbrook boys who did not return from thei...
05/31/2021

On this Memorial Day, The Fallbrook Historical Society remembers some of the Fallbrook boys who did not return from their war. The list is long, but here are a few of them and their stories.

Tom Frew
Historian, Fallbrook Historical Society

—- History Bits —- First Fallbrook High School By Tom Frew This is the 1st Fallbrook High school built in 1893 on the co...
05/03/2021

—- History Bits —-
First Fallbrook High School
By Tom Frew

This is the 1st Fallbrook High school built in 1893 on the corner of Elder & Mission where Maie Ellis is today.
The grammer school was the ground floor. High school was the upper floor. See the 'History of Fallbrook High School' by Fallbrook Historical Society.
https://www.fallbrookhistoricalsociety.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/Spring-2019-The-Historian-Short-v..pdf

Please like FHS page and be part of Fallbrook history.

—- History Bits —-
First Fallbrook High School
By Tom Frew

This is the 1st Fallbrook High school built in 1893 on the corner of Elder & Mission where Maie Ellis is today.
The grammer school was the ground floor. High school was the upper floor. See the 'History of Fallbrook High School' by Fallbrook Historical Society.
https://www.fallbrookhistoricalsociety.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/Spring-2019-The-Historian-Short-v..pdf

Please like FHS page and be part of Fallbrook history.

The Reche School House built in 1896 will be open for visitors every 3rd Saturday of the month starting May 15, 2021. Co...
05/02/2021

The Reche School House built in 1896 will be open for visitors every 3rd Saturday of the month starting May 15, 2021.

Come and see the historical first one room school built by Reche family.

Located at 1319 S. Live Oak Park Road, Fallbrook, CA 92028.

Also visit our Historical Society’s main Rocky Crest campus, comprising the Main Museum, The Pittenger House and “The Barn“, was officially renamed “The Fallbrook Heritage Center”.

Heritage Center Hours:

Every Sunday 1-4PM

For Private Tours please email:

[email protected]

The Reche School House built in 1896 will be open for visitors every 3rd Saturday of the month starting May 15, 2021.

Come and see the historical first one room school built by Reche family.

Located at 1319 S. Live Oak Park Road, Fallbrook, CA 92028.

Also visit our Historical Society’s main Rocky Crest campus, comprising the Main Museum, The Pittenger House and “The Barn“, was officially renamed “The Fallbrook Heritage Center”.

Heritage Center Hours:

Every Sunday 1-4PM

For Private Tours please email:

[email protected]

Fallbrook Bonsal Rainbow Girl Scout troop made dolls for Vietnamese children in 1967. Photo credit: Marianne Toomey Aust...
04/25/2021

Fallbrook Bonsal Rainbow Girl Scout troop made dolls for Vietnamese children in 1967.

Photo credit:
Marianne Toomey Austin.
In the photo:
Patti Curcie Johnston Gayle Schockey top far right, Patsy Shade and Cindy Blakeman on left. Sharon Miller on top row and Jan Sanshulte bottom right. Marianne is next to Cindy.

Fallbrook Bonsal Rainbow Girl Scout troop made dolls for Vietnamese children in 1967.

Photo credit:
Marianne Toomey Austin.
In the photo:
Patti Curcie Johnston Gayle Schockey top far right, Patsy Shade and Cindy Blakeman on left. Sharon Miller on top row and Jan Sanshulte bottom right. Marianne is next to Cindy.

Become a member or join as a volunteer and help us preserve Fallbrook History. Fallbrook has a rich history. We manage s...
04/18/2021
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Become a member or join as a volunteer and help us preserve Fallbrook History. Fallbrook has a rich history. We manage several historical buildings.

We are open Sunday’s for in person visitors from 1-4 pm.
Beginning in May, the Reche Schoolhouse will be open the 3rd Saturday of the month from 1-4 pm.
Masks are required when visiting any of our museums.

FHS MISSION STATEMENT

The Fallbrook Historical Society’s mission is to bring history to life by educating the community and others about Fallbrook’s rich heritage.Brief History of Fallbrook Historical Society

The Fallbrook Historical Society (FHS) received its Charter, approval of exemption as a Non-Profit Corporation and Articles of Incorporation on August 9, 1976. The first general meeting of the FHS was called to order by George Kelsey in the Fallbrook High School Cafeteria on April 4, 1977. The current location of the museum and Pittenger House, were purchased in 1981. Construction of the “Barn” began on June 3, 2006, culminating with the “Barn” being formally dedicated and named the Donald J. Rivers Interpretive Center on October 9, 2011.

Click this link to join The Fallbrook Historical Society

Become a Member!

https://www.fallbrookhistoricalsociety.org/fallbrook-historical-society-home/membership-levels/

Come and Visit our museum on Sunday between 1 pm to 4 pm.

Choose the FHS membership below that you desire. Membership dues are fully tax-deductible.The Fallbrook Historical Society is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) Corporation. Sign…

Do you know whose photo is this?Please come and see Fallbrook History at the Heritage Center Museums and find out more i...
04/11/2021

Do you know whose photo is this?

Please come and see Fallbrook History at the Heritage Center Museums and find out more interesting facts about Fallbrook.

Open Sunday’s for in person visitors from 1-4 pm. Masks are required.

Road work has Rocky Crest closed at Mission Road. To reach the Heritage Center go west on Almond Street at Mission Road (next to Jack in the Box), then turn left on Hill Avenue until you reach our museum.

Do you know whose photo is this?

Please come and see Fallbrook History at the Heritage Center Museums and find out more interesting facts about Fallbrook.

Open Sunday’s for in person visitors from 1-4 pm. Masks are required.

Road work has Rocky Crest closed at Mission Road. To reach the Heritage Center go west on Almond Street at Mission Road (next to Jack in the Box), then turn left on Hill Avenue until you reach our museum.

03/30/2021

FHS Musuems closed 4/4/21 for Easter Sunday, back open 4/11/21.

Happy Easter!

Beginning Mar 21, 2021 our Heritage Center Museums are open Sunday’s for in person visitors from 1-4 pm. Masks are requi...
03/27/2021

Beginning Mar 21, 2021 our Heritage Center Museums are open Sunday’s for in person visitors from 1-4 pm. Masks are required.

Road work has Rocky Crest closed at Mission Road. To reach the Heritage Center go west on Almond Street at Mission Road (next to Jack in the Box), then turn left on Hill Avenue until you reach our museum.

Please follow this map.

Beginning Mar 21, 2021 our Heritage Center Museums are open Sunday’s for in person visitors from 1-4 pm. Masks are required.

Road work has Rocky Crest closed at Mission Road. To reach the Heritage Center go west on Almond Street at Mission Road (next to Jack in the Box), then turn left on Hill Avenue until you reach our museum.

Please follow this map.

Beginning Mar 21, 2021 our Heritage Center Museums are open Sunday’s for in person visitors from 1-4 pm. Masks are requi...
03/20/2021

Beginning Mar 21, 2021 our Heritage Center Museums are open Sunday’s for in person visitors from 1-4 pm. Masks are required.

Road work has Rocky Crest closed at Mission Road. To reach the Heritage Center go west on Almond Street at Mission Road (next to Jack in the Box), then turn left on Hill Avenue until you reach our museum.

Please follow this map.

Beginning Mar 21, 2021 our Heritage Center Museums are open Sunday’s for in person visitors from 1-4 pm. Masks are required.

Road work has Rocky Crest closed at Mission Road. To reach the Heritage Center go west on Almond Street at Mission Road (next to Jack in the Box), then turn left on Hill Avenue until you reach our museum.

Please follow this map.

4 Reasons why Fallbrook is a great place to live. https://www.sandiegorealestatehunter.com/blog/4-reasons-why-fallbrook-...
03/17/2021
4 Reasons Fallbrook San Diego Is a Great Place to Live in 2021

4 Reasons why Fallbrook is a great place to live.

https://www.sandiegorealestatehunter.com/blog/4-reasons-why-fallbrook-san-diego-great-place-live/?fbclid=IwAR2UcSzufX7mzHE8SM567pcHK-ZL-yTDnOMZpLAoY_x4rN_Ghl78hm7xyPU

4 Reasons Fallbrook San Diego Is a Great Place to Live in 2021 Including - There’s something for everyone in Fallbrook, Fallbrook is a great place for hiking and being outdoors, Fallbrook is a family friendly community and many MORE!

History Bits:Fallbrook Timeline - 1769—————————————-After Junipero Serra’s death the last California mission was founded...
02/16/2021

History Bits:
Fallbrook Timeline - 1769
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After Junipero Serra’s death the last California mission was founded La Misión de San Luis, Rey de Francia (The Mission of Saint Louis, King of France). At its prime, Mission San Luis Rey's structures and services compound covered almost 950,400 acres, making it the largest of the missions, along with its surrounding agricultural land. Native Americans in this area came to be called the Luisenos by the Spanish.

More timeline at https://www.fallbrookhistoricalsociety.org/about/fallbrook-history/fallbrook-timeline/

Please like FHS page and follow us to get more historical facts.

History Bits:
Fallbrook Timeline - 1769
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After Junipero Serra’s death the last California mission was founded La Misión de San Luis, Rey de Francia (The Mission of Saint Louis, King of France). At its prime, Mission San Luis Rey's structures and services compound covered almost 950,400 acres, making it the largest of the missions, along with its surrounding agricultural land. Native Americans in this area came to be called the Luisenos by the Spanish.

More timeline at https://www.fallbrookhistoricalsociety.org/about/fallbrook-history/fallbrook-timeline/

Please like FHS page and follow us to get more historical facts.

—— Fallbrook History Bits ——The Fallbrook Village Association, founded in 1993, literally arose from the ashes of Old Fa...
02/07/2021

—— Fallbrook History Bits ——

The Fallbrook Village Association, founded in 1993, literally arose from the ashes of Old Fallbrook. The Fallbrook Hardware store had been built in 1888 on the corner of Main & Alvarado in the center of the new town of West Fallbrook. When the old store was consumed by fire 99 years later, a burnt-out lot was left in the center of a town that was preparing to celebrate its centennial. Civic leaders recognized this and other issues as important to revitalizing the business section. The following is the timeline of the Fallbrook Village Association.

June 24th 1987: The 99 year old Fallbrook Hardware store on the SE corner of Alvarado & Main burns down on. This vacant lot will one day become Village Square.

For more of this story please click here.

https://www.fallbrookhistoricalsociety.org/about/fallbrook-history/featured-articles/history-of-the-fallbrook-village-association/

—— Fallbrook History Bits ——

The Fallbrook Village Association, founded in 1993, literally arose from the ashes of Old Fallbrook. The Fallbrook Hardware store had been built in 1888 on the corner of Main & Alvarado in the center of the new town of West Fallbrook. When the old store was consumed by fire 99 years later, a burnt-out lot was left in the center of a town that was preparing to celebrate its centennial. Civic leaders recognized this and other issues as important to revitalizing the business section. The following is the timeline of the Fallbrook Village Association.

June 24th 1987: The 99 year old Fallbrook Hardware store on the SE corner of Alvarado & Main burns down on. This vacant lot will one day become Village Square.

For more of this story please click here.

https://www.fallbrookhistoricalsociety.org/about/fallbrook-history/featured-articles/history-of-the-fallbrook-village-association/

Happy New Year to you and your family.Please visit FHS website at https://www.fallbrookhistoricalsociety.org and FHS Fac...
01/02/2021
Fallbrook’s 100+-year-old Ficus

Happy New Year to you and your family.

Please visit FHS website at https://www.fallbrookhistoricalsociety.org and FHS page on regular basis to learn Fallbrook History.

Please also share and like FHS page.

——- History Bits ——
100 year-old Ficus on Ammunition Rd near Albertsons, next to Carl’s Jr. restaurant.
Fallbrook has a Ficus tree that was 100 years-old in 2017. It is located on Ammunition Rd near Albertsons, next to Carl’s Jr. restaurant.
This Ficus has a history going back to the beginnings of the town of Fallbrook lives on Ammunition Rd near Albertsons, next to Carl’s Jr. restaurant. This tree, a Ficus macrophylla, commonly known as a Moreton Bay fig, is native to the east coast of Australia and must have come to California by ship as a seedling. Other notable Moreton Bay figs of approximately the same age are found in Balboa Park, Oceanside, and Santa Barbara. Some of these trees may have been imported as an experiment to test their usefulness for timber, but became more popular for landscaping because of their majestic canopies.
More at

https://www.fallbrookhistoricalsociety.org/about/fallbrook-history/featured-articles/fallbrooks-100-year-old-ficus/

100 year-old Ficus on Ammunition Rd near Albertsons, next to Carl’s Jr. restaurant. Fallbrook has a Ficus tree that was 100 years-old in 2017. It is located on Ammunition Rd near Albertsons, next t…

Address

1730 Hill St. (corner Of Rocky Crest And Hill) P.O. Box 1375
Fallbrook, CA
92028

General information

Sunday and Thursday - 1-4 p.m. or by appointment (760) 723-4125 MUSEUM ADMISSION IS FREE - DONATIONS ARE WELCOME Fallbrook Historical Society and Reche Schoolhouse are available for event rentals.

Opening Hours

Saturday 1pm - 4pm
Sunday 1pm - 4pm

Telephone

(760) 723-4125

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For those of you who remember my mother, Margaret Ray, she passed away last light in her sleep. She was known throughout Fallbrook for creating the first Lioness Club, for being Manager of Petrolane Gas Company, for her contributions to the Fallbrook Historical Society, and Pioneer of the year in 2010. She will be cremated and eventually buried next to her husband, Otto Ray at the Odfellows Cemetery in Fallbrook. A memorial will be given there at a later time after COVID. I will let you know when and where at that time should you like to attend. Music and food will be a must. Most likely be held at The Reche School or Live Oak Park near the dance area that was dedicated to her father, Eric Hindorff. 🎶😎
Thank you for supporting local history in our community. Your group is now featured on our North County Service Club directory.
I have a large framed copy of the Ellis Hotel in color. My grandparents were either owners or ran the hotel. Lee and Mabel (Tracy) Ellis were their names. My parents Ralph and Gladys Ellis told me the hotel burned down. Do you have any more info on the hotel or my grandparents? I would love to attach all info to the back of the hotel picture to pass down to my son who loves history of our family. Linda Ellis, McDonald, Dornan
I am on the board of the FHS . The Fallbrook Historical Society is in need of your help. Our main museum was built in 1981. The museum and the grounds are in need of critical maintenance and we are short on funds. We have launched a GoFundMe campaign to raise funds. With your support we can continue serving Fallbrook at facilities that everyone will want to visit.
Today, Saturday June 8th 1pm- 4pm, The Historical Society is having an Open house and annual meeting. There will be a scavenger hunt with prizes for the kids. Docents, including myself, will be there to show visitors around. See you!
Memorial Day 2019. Did you know one of the very first American casualties in Work War 2 was a young man from Fallbrook? Seaman 1st Class Charles E Swisher was serving on the USS Arizona on December 7th 1941 in Pearl Harbor when the ship was bombed, exploded, and sunk with the loss of more than 1,000 sailors and marines. He is still entombed in the ship at the USS Arizona memorial. Charles had joined the Navy in 1940, a year before the war began. The Fallbrook VFW Post in Fallbrook on Old Stage Road is named for Charles E Swisher.
You're invited to join us tomorrow July, 6th at Gracey Lane Farm! Bohemian Bliss Art Show and Complimentary Summer Cocktail! July 6th 3:00-6:00pm $15.00 Event Donation Tickets On Sale @ http://graceylanefarm.com/…/bohemian-bliss-art-show-july-6…/ Selected and curated pieces by local and Southern California artists will be featured. You will have the opportunity to view and purchase one-of-a-kind original art pieces. The art mediums in the show include: photography, acrylic on wood, acrylic and resin on wood, resin pour, acrylic pour, and hand-crafted macramé on wood pieces. FEATURED ARTISTS Taylor Gallegos, Visual Artist and Owner of TG Fine Art Local Artist - Fallbrook, CA Taylor Gallegos Jeannie Jeffries (JJ), Visionary Artist and Co-Founder of JJ Freshy Collective Venice Beach, CA Jeannie Jeffries Marissa Gerlach, Macrame Artist Valley Center, CA Marissa Gerlach Art pieces will be on display and available for purchase the day of the art-show. Art pieces will be on display and available for purchase the day of the art-show. For a private viewing or art purchase prior to July 6th, please contact us. Location: 2111 Gracey Lane, Fallbrook CA 92028 Advance Ticket Purchase Recommended Photography by: Susie Fiebich Photography
You're invited to join us tomorrow July, 6th at Gracey Lane Farm! Bohemian Bliss Art Show and Complimentary Summer Cocktail! July 6th 3:00-6:00pm $15.00 Event Donation Tickets On Sale @ http://graceylanefarm.com/…/bohemian-bliss-art-show-july-6…/ Selected and curated pieces by local and Southern California artists will be featured. You will have the opportunity to view and purchase one-of-a-kind original art pieces. The art mediums in the show include: photography, acrylic on wood, acrylic and resin on wood, resin pour, acrylic pour, and hand-crafted macramé on wood pieces. FEATURED ARTISTS Taylor Gallegos, Visual Artist and Owner of TG Fine Art Local Artist - Fallbrook, CA Taylor Gallegos Jeannie Jeffries (JJ), Visionary Artist and Co-Founder of JJ Freshy Collective Venice Beach, CA Jeannie Jeffries Marissa Gerlach, Macrame Artist Valley Center, CA Marissa Gerlach Art pieces will be on display and available for purchase the day of the art-show. Art pieces will be on display and available for purchase the day of the art-show. For a private viewing or art purchase prior to July 6th, please contact us. Location: 2111 Gracey Lane, Fallbrook CA 92028 Advance Ticket Purchase Recommended Photography by: Susie Fiebich Photography
Main and Alvarado. Probably 1930's? Safeway stores. Creator Burton Frasher, he is from Pomona, Calif.
This is my Grandfather Anthony Clarence Reche, Jr. Photo taken in Big Pine, Ça
There is a "Historical Tree" next to Carls Jr on Mission and Ammunition. I was wondering what they "history" behind that was?? Does anyone know??
Hi! I'm with the Girl Scout Fallbrook/Bonsall/Rainbow service unit. I'm looking for anyone who was a part of the White Rose Troop 7 in Fallbrook at any point in time, as a leader or as a girl member. My S.U. is hosting a celebration later this year and would like to invite any Troop 7 alumni to join us. If you, or someone you know, was in Troop 7, please let me know so I can send a formal invitation! Thank you!!