Photos: Playing tummy drums with Music Mike

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Music Mike


Music Mike proved he's still the Pied Piper of Rancho Murieta when he appeared at Lake Clementia Amphitheater Sunday afternoon in a concert sponsored by the Kiwanis Club. He delighted hundreds of kids and parents with "Bingo," "I've Been Working on the Railroad" and other classic songs of childhood as well as offbeat ones like "The Boo-Boo Song."
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Photos: Summer Rec talent show

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The Rancho Murieta Association's Summer Rec program staged a talent show for families and friends Wednesday evening at Lake Clementia Amphitheater. There was a barbecue -- with food donated by the Optimist Club -- and then the entertainment, like the fourth-graders doing a "Banana Phone" dance, below, and the 3-year-olds singing "Old McDonald" with some coaching by counselor Katie Hallam, bottom.

 

Banana dance

 

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Neighbor Notes: Playing baseball in a different century

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A Murietan celebrates her 70th birthday on the century's luckiest day, vintage baseball comes to Stonehouse Park, and the Pleasant Grove Lacrosse Club gears up for boy and girl players. Read about your neighbors here. Read more » about Neighbor Notes: Playing baseball in a different century

It's a Murieta July 4 -- heat, fun and red, white and blue

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See 144 photos from the parade. If you were there, you're here. Click here

Rancho Murieta's 2007 Fourth of July celebration had all the traditional elements – a red, white and blue parade led by fire trucks, an afternoon at the lake, and fireworks filling the night sky to end the day. Did we mention the temperature topped 100?

In the early morning cool, while the Kiwanis Club served up pancakes at the Gazebo, runners in the 25th annual Fun Run headed down Lago Drive to begin the 5K run. Once again Kyle Fujitsubo emerged as the fastest person in Rancho Murieta, breaking the 16:30 record he set last year with a time of 15:43.

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RMA supports effort to build skate park

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Progress on three projects took center stage at the Rancho Murieta Association board meeting Tuesday – the skateboard park, the Country Club's plans for Bass Lake, and the cable system's move towards digital broadcasting.

The board approved a memorandum of understanding with Rancho Murieta Youth Enrichment Advocacy for a skateboard park. The agreement will allow the group to begin fundraising efforts to build the 10,000-square-foot skateboard park, which is estimated to cost just under $350,000. The facility would be located at Stonehouse Park. The park will be turned over to the RMA to own, operate and maintain when completed. Read more » about RMA supports effort to build skate park

Photo: New Eagle Scouts

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Rancho Murieta's newest Eagle Scouts are, from left, Robert Meyer, Blake Hurdle, Matt Kalmanson and Drew Moore. The Troop 633 Scouts were honored at the Eagle Court of Honor ceremony Sunday afternoon at St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church's social hall, attended by about 175 people. Bagpiper Steve McKinney played "America the Beautiful" to user in the solemn ceremony honoring the scouts, their parents, mentors, troop leader Mori Graf and former troop leader David Scharlach.

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Photo: Kiwanis video arcade

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The Kiwanis Club's video arcade brought the community's children to the Rancho Murieta Association Building Saturday afternoon with an end-of-school celebration that went on into the evening for teens. Robert Schumacher and his daughter Kaira, 4, kept Jeffrey Pealer, 6, company as he honed his driving skills.

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