ETC sets the table for a summer of fun


Lake Clementia Amphitheater is the home of ETC's shows every summer.

LogoEntertainment, Theatre & Culture for Rancho Murieta is putting the polish to another summer of fun at Lake Clementia Amphitheater. ETC's season opens with the traditional party gathering May 7, and the shows begin June 10. This summer there will be tributes to Motown, Jimmy Buffett and the Beach Boys, Boston and Styx, Earth Wind and Fire, and Elton John. Read more »

Busy signal? RMA phone is out of order

A message Tuesday afternoon from the Rancho Murieta Association: "RMA's phone service is not working correctly and dialing 354-3500 results in a busy signal.  We are awaiting the repair man.  In the meantime, RMA can be reached by dialing 354-3501.  Sorry for the annoying inconvenience."

CSD continues push to extend its role

In two committee meetings last week, the Community Services District continued a push to broaden its role. At one session, it talked about the Rancho Murieta Association’s need to clean up RMA policy around the variety of homeowner associations that exist – or will soon – in Rancho Murieta. The second committee discussed working more closely with the RMA to get things done for the community’s benefit. Read more »

Kiwanis Crab Feed fills St. Vincent Church hall

Kiwanis Crab Feed

Kiwanis Crab Feed

Red square See 41 photos from the event

There was 750 pounds of crab for the cracking at Saturday night’s Kiwanis Crab Feed at St. Vincent DePaul Catholic Church, but that wasn’t the only delicacy offered. Servers circulated with pricey caviar and two kinds of icy vodka, and patrons like Sam Somers Jr. swallowed a bump of caviar from the back of their hand and chased it with a small chug of vodka. That's Nancy Mazzoni serving the caviar. About 300 people chatted at their tables or bid on dozens of silent-auction items as music played. The event was a Kiwanis partnership with the Knights of Columbus. The servers were members of the Kiwanis Key Club, high schoolers who are the Kiwanians of the future. Click photos for larger images.

Meeting the community's new Security chief

Security open house

Murietans dropped by the Community Services District Building Tuesday to say howdy to Paul Wagner, the community's new Security chief. (Here's his background.) Pam and Dallas Broussard, foreground, who've lived in the community less than a year, talk with Wagner about how they can help Security. Listening are CSD Director John Merchant and General Manager Darlene Thiel.

They don't call him 'Birdman' for nothing

Young eagleBill "Birdman" Gengler shares this photo and message: "Picture I took this afternoon of a 2-year-old bald eagle sitting in a tree by the boat ramp at Lake Calero. He flew away before I could ask him to smile."

Dev Clark, sportsman and family man, dies

Dev Clark

Dev Clark, a man who loved his family and the outdoors, died Jan. 23 at the age of 89. Services will be held Saturday in Salt Lake City. A celebration of his life will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. Feb. 24 at the Local Bean Cafe in Rancho Murieta. Read more »

Security logs, Jan. 10-25

Here are Rancho Murieta's complete Security logs for Jan. 10-25, as released to the public. CSD Security edits the logs to remove names and specific addresses before releasing the information. Read more »

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