Take a look at the August Kiwanis Kronicle

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Here's the August issue of the Kiwanis Kronicle, the monthly publication of the Kiwanis Club of Rancho Murieta. This 27-page issue features a look back at the Kiwanis July 4 breakfast at the Gazebo and other features. (A correction: The tri-tip dinner is Aug. 18, not Aug. 8.) Read more »

Family ties, Rancho Murieta edition

Pelicans

Reliable correspondent Bill (Natureman) Gengler provides a handful of family-oriented wildlife shots taken in Rancho Murieta and this note: "Of course the white pelicans made their yearly stop in the lake next to the Equestrian Center and the other creatures were roaming our streets with their kids.  I don't know which gate they came in, but they seem to be enjoying it here." Don't miss Bill's second photo, of the deer, which you can see if you click to continue. Read more »

Security logs, July 20-29

Here are Rancho Murieta's complete Security logs for July 20-29, as released to the public. CSD Security edits the logs to remove names and specific addresses before releasing the information. Read more »

Hotel California performs a Murieta encore

Hotel California

Hotel California will bring the Eagles' music to Rancho Murieta Saturday night.

[Corrected Aug. 3] Hotel California, five music industry professionals who reproduce the sound of the Eagles' studio recordings, will bring their show for a third time to Lake Clementia Amphitheater 8:30 p.m. Saturday as part of Entertainment, Theatre & Culture's season. Read more »

RMA ponders new motorcycle parking lot

Parking lot

The Gazebo's parking for motorcycles and cars could move across Lago Drive to this grassy area, which isn't as visible to people coming through the North Gate.

[Updated July 31] Looking ahead to 2016’s budget, the Rancho Murieta Association board of directors Wednesday night discussed building a new motorcycle parking lot, the need to re-sod the sports fields at Stonehouse Park and concrete work all over the community. Read more »

Relay for Life is fighting cancer again

Relay for Life

Murietans Arlene and Ed Wallace each receive a medal Saturday afternoon at the opening of the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life at Stonehouse Park. It was staged by Murieta volunteers. The Wallaces were completing the "survivor lap," in which cancer survivors walk the circuit that will then be walked by teams raising money to fight cancer. The event wrapped up Saturday evening with a tri-tip dinner and the luminaria ceremony.

Retreats development gets a big kickoff

Retreats opening

With heavy equipment turning dirt just a long iron away, hundreds of people gathered at the Country Club Thursday afternoon to mark the opening of the Retreats development. Sales manager Kevin Coates answered questions, handed out brochures and climbed on a chair to announce that the sales office will be open in the trailer on Alameda Drive 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday and every day thereafter. He also introduced the development managers and investors to the crowd, some of whom seemed mostly interested in the free drinks and food. The 84 homes, priced from $509,900 to $625,900 in a price sheet available Thursday, are being built on the North Course close to the clubhouse. The Retreats website is here.

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