SDUHSD Candidate Forum set for Oct. 12 The League of Women Voters of North County San Diego, the Carmel Valley Middle School PTSA and the North Coastal Council PTA are co-sponsoring a candidate forum for San Dieguito Union High School District candidates on Oct. 12 at 7 p.m. on Zoom.
For Larry Bloch, curing cancer is personal.
The Rancho Santa Fe Historical Society held a member appreciation BBQ at the Arroyo Campground on Sept. 17.
The Rancho Santa Fe Education Foundation (RSFEF) held its annual "Newcomers' Night Out" event Sept. 24 at the RSF home of Hillary and Brandon Barber.
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The Rancho Santa Fe Association board unanimously voted to authorize staff to move forward with a comprehensive site plan for the rehabilitation of the Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club clubhouse and campus.
The RSF Library held a festive retirement celebration Sept. 20 to honor the service of Jan Stephens "who will be missed by many patrons and friends."
Community Concerts of Rancho Santa Fe presented the first concert of its 2022-23 season Sept. 16 at the Village Church Fellowship Hall.
With the start of the school year, California became the first state in the country to implement a statewide Universal Meals Program, providing free breakfast and lunch for all children every school day.
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In honor of National Dog Month (August) and National Dog Day (Aug. 26), Rancho Valencia Resort & Spa in Rancho Santa Fe partnered with Helen Woodward Animal Center on Aug. 28 to allow guests and locals to meet adorable and adoptable pups for potential adoption as well as educate on how Helen Woodward supports the local pet community during its Puppy Pop-Up event.
The County of San Diego is continuing work on three roundabouts planned for the busy Paseo Delicias/Del Dios Highway corridor, long advocated for by the Rancho Santa Fe Association.
The ongoing emergency repairs to the Lake Hodges Dam will need to be expanded as recently a hole was uncovered at 285 feet.
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