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Last week, Picket Fence Media received a visit from District 5 Board Supervisor Lisa Bartlett, who shared the good news that PFM had received a $10,000 grant via the CARES Act.

(From left) PFM’s Alyssa Garrett and Norb Garrett, Supervisor Bartlett, PFM’s Lauralyn Loynes accept the check outside the PFM office in Capistrano Beach.

The grant was part of a districtwide initiative to provide much-needed help to area small businesses. A complete list of recipients can be found at All of us at PFM are hugely appreciative of the support.

Photo: Courtesy of Sergio Prince

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