May 1, 2017. The Mojave Foundation is proud to announce that Panera Bread will be selling box lunches on the Airport every Wednesday starting May 10th from 11:00-1:00. Panera Bread will provide a choice of 5 box lunches out of building-1, at 16922 Airport Blvd, as well as drinks. This is a test case to prove out the concept, and if this works there is a possibility of a more frequent schedule and permanent establishment here in Mojave. The Mojave Foundation is committed to bringing more amenities to our community, and Panera Bread represents a growing number of national brands to express an interest in investing here. We welcome Panera Bread, and encourage all residents and employees to sample the lunches starting Wednesday the 10th.
Lancaster based Monster Fitness is launching its first satellite gym in Mojave on December 1. The gym will be located in a 15,000 square facility on the east side of the Stuart Witt Event Center on the Mojave Air & Space Port. The gym will be fully stocked with new, modern equipment, weights, treadmills, machines, locker rooms and more. Monster Fitness will also be offering fitness classes, basketball courts, and personal training tailored to the needs of their clientele.
Monster’s initial hours of operation will be 7am to 8pm Mon-Fri, and 7am to 6pm on weekends.
Monster is currently running a “pre-sale”, offering discounted memberships to those who sign up before December 1. Monster staff will
be at the Witt event center on the Airport this week and next. For more information call Alan Cox at 310-344-5054, or take a tour of the facility at 1247 Poole Street on the Airport.
The Mojave Foundation is pleased to welcome Monster Fitness to the Community, and looks forward to welcoming other entrepreneurs and amenities to Mojave, in our quest to improve quality of life.
The Mojave Foundation is working with Kern County Roads to apply for a massive sidewalks grant in May of 2015 that would put sidewalks on every street in downtown Mojave, and connect the bike path on Oak Creek Road with K street via the overpass. The sidewalk project would be funded by CalTrans, through the “Safe Routes to School” program. This is a highly competitive grant process with hundreds of communities across the state of California applying. There are two ways you can help us increase our eligibility to win this grant:
(1) Write a letter to Kern County Roads indicating your support for this project. Click here for a link to an example letter. Email your letter to Kern County Roads Department Director, Bob Neath at firstname.lastname@example.org, or mail it to 2700 “M” Street, Suite 400, Bakersfield, CA 93301
(2) fill out the survey below and help us put real data to our claims of usage. Ultimately, we recognize that this is a numbers game, and the more letters, and the more people we can point to who would utilize this infrastructure investment, the more likely we are to win the grant. Please hit “VOTE” after each question to see immediate results:
Chaise Lounge Sextet and
The Lori Andrews JazHarp Quartet
DATE: October 17, 2014
LOCATION: MOJAVE AIR & SPACE CENTER
STU WITT EVENT CENTER
POOLE STREET, MOJAVE, CA 93501
Scaled Composites, Inc
Virgin Galactic and The Spaceship Company
Farmers Insurance – Brett Hitchcock
the concert is FREE
benefitting Mojave Foundation
RSVP highly suggested for a head count/chair
if you come without reservations, please bring you own chair.
Meals available for purchase. All proceeds go to The Mojave Foundation.
For questions, call Steve at: 661.547.5708 or email Steve at: email@example.com
Event Website: http://mojavemusic.blogspot.com/
20 August 2014
The Mojave Foundation hosted it’s first community garden meeting at the site of the first ever community garden on an active Space Port. Organizer Joyce Nash, of the Mojave Foundation, welcomed the future gardeners at the 1300 square foot space that will be divided into 10-12 gardening plots for gardeners to grow items of their choosing.
“Where else on the planet can gardeners grow their fruits and vegetables in the shadow of a Rotary Rocket? Or with SpaceShipTwo flying overhead?” commented Marlena Rowley.
“Mojave is a community that strives to be a safe, beautiful and desirable place to LIVE and WORK,” says Nash, “with the realization that The Mojave Foundation will provide direction and attract support for the garden project from long term Mojave residents and airport employees.”
To become involved with the planning of Mojave’s community garden project feel free to leave a comment or call The Mojave Foundation office at 661-749-0940.
Community gardens are pieces of land where plants are grown and maintained by a group of individuals in the community. They are generally divided into plots for individual, family, or group use, and can host a variety of community events.
The Revitalize Mojave Vision Plan outlined how community gardens would add value to Mojave, and address several of its critical needs. The Mojave Foundation, whose mission is to encourage grassroots development of Mojave, is well placed to organize and execute the development and construction of a community garden.
We need your input to develop Mojave’s community garden into a useful and valuable space!
Please follow the link to the following survey.