RMA begins improving committee process

Video coverage of the RMA meeting (1 hour, 5 minutes)

After months of loud discussion, the Rancho Murieta Association began a quiet conversation at Tuesday’s meeting about how to improve its process for nominating and approving committee members. Read more »

Here's ETC's March community update

Entertainment, Theatre & CultureEntertainment, Theatre & Culture has published its March community update, which has information about the upcoming season and special ticket offers. Click here to download it.

Essay winner helps Optimists mark 25 years

Optimist essay winner

In a strong, clear voice, Murietan Hailey Truong read her winning essay at Tuesday night’s meeting of  the Optimist Club of Rancho Murieta, which was marking its 25th anniversary. Hailey, 14, a freshman at Pleasant Grove High School, addressed the topic “When all the world’s problems are solved, is optimism still necessary?” She won an $800 prize, and her essay goes on to compete at the Optimist district level, where the winner receives a $2,500 college scholarship. Boy Scout Gavin Correia brought the Optimists a proposal for his Eagle Scout project – building a throne for Santa’s use at the community’s annual Christmas tree lighting. That's one of many annual events staged by the Optimists, along with a paper-shredding pickup, family bingo night, ice cream truck visit, July 4 carnival at the lake, holiday crafts fair and multiple youth sports and Eagle Scout projects. The Optimists meet the first and third Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. at the Community Services District Building, across from the South Gate. (Click for larger image)

Having coffee, and a chat, with a cop

Coffee With a Cop

Trish Mulderrig was among the Murietans who stopped at the Local Bean Monday morning to chat with officers on hand for the Sheriff's Department's "Coffee With a Cop" program. Talking with her, from left, are Hector Aguilar, a deputy sheriff; Grant Haney, our problem-oriented policing (POP) officer, and Tory Crowder, a community services officer. Present were a half-dozen officers and a couple of members of Rancho Murieta's Security department. (Click for larger image)

Four volunteer for RMA board vacancy

The Rancho Murieta Association has released the names of four people who applied to replace an association director who resigned. The four will be interviewed by the board at a special meeting Thursday night. Read more »

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