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Key Club needs new members to survive

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Key Club at Crab Feed

Key Club members were servers at February's Crab Feed at St. Vincent De Paul Catholic Church. (File photo)

Key Club logoRancho Murieta’s Key Club, in which teens volunteer to help at community events, says it needs a membership influx, and soon, or it will close up shop. What would this mean? Read more » Read more » about Key Club needs new members to survive

Hundreds attend Kiwanis Easter Egg Hunt

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Easter Dog

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The Sacramento SPCA’s booth was a hit at Saturday’s Easter Egg Hunt at Stonehouse Park. Why? Easter doggies available for adoption! This one, named Zelda, found a home Saturday. When the hundreds of kids weren’t asking if they could please-please-please take a dog home, they were eating cotton candy, playing with balloon art, walking through a petting zoo and, of course, chasing Easter eggs. The Kiwanis Club, sponsor of the event, provided 6,000 eggs for three egg hunts, divided by age, and the eggs disappeared into Easter baskets in about 12 seconds. Click photo for larger image Read more » about Hundreds attend Kiwanis Easter Egg Hunt

Paper-shredding event Saturday at RMA

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An on-site paper shredding event, sponsored by the Rancho Murieta Optimist Club and Rancho Murieta Homes & Land, will be held 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the Rancho Murieta Association Building parking lot. Bring boxes of old records and personal documents and watch them be shredded. Items that can be shredded on-site are books, binders, CD/DVD disks, file folders, and penda flex folders.  Binder clips, staples and paper clips do not need to be removed.  The cost is a $5 donation per box (average 30 pounds per box).  Items can also be brought in bags.  For more information, call 354-8520 or 354-2988. Read more » about Paper-shredding event Saturday at RMA

Kiwanis offers memorial bricks at Lake Calero

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The Kiwanis Club manages the Honor and Memorial bench at Lake Calero, and it offers a timely reminder that you can purchase a memorial brick there now for a $100 tax-deductible donation to Kiwanis. The bench is the centerpiece of the annual Memorial Day flag retirement, in about six weeks. Read more >> Read more » about Kiwanis offers memorial bricks at Lake Calero

ETC offers $2,000 scholarship contest

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Entertainment, Theatre & Culture for Rancho Murieta, the group that stages summertime concerts at Lake Clementia, is once again sponsoring an essay contest for high school seniors and offering a $2,000 scholarship as the reward. The deadline for entry is May 30, and the winner will be announced July 22. There's more information at ETC's website here at RanchoMurieta.com. Read more » about ETC offers $2,000 scholarship contest

Kids Fishing Day is a sunny good time

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Weigh-in

The haul

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What happens when you put together 700 pounds of trout, 130 children and a sunny day at Lake Clementia? Kiwanis Club Kids Fishing Day. Katarina Hartmann, 10, was one of the star anglers Sunday morning at the lake. She counted a hefty 2.04-pound trout among the slew of fish she brought to the Rancho Murieta Fishing Club cleaning station (and then carried away, right). The annual event is co-sponsored by the Fishing Club and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife. Children learn the importance of good water quality, maintaining habitat for fish, fishing ethics, casting and fishing, and the care and cleaning of caught fish. Trout were planted for the event. A free barbecue lunch capped the day. Students from the Rancho Murieta Key Club helped Kiwanis volunteers prepare and serve food provided by Raley’s. Click photos for larger images. Read more » about Kids Fishing Day is a sunny good time

Bus trip to S.F. Garden Show is in jeopardy

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The River Valley Garden Club is making a last call for Wednesday's trip to the San Francisco Flower and Garden Show. But jump on the bus soon. If the Garden Club doesn't fill a dozen more seats, the trip will have to be canceled. Read more » about Bus trip to S.F. Garden Show is in jeopardy

Kids Fishing Day is coming up Sunday

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Fishing Day

Kids Fishing Day is a chance for veteran fisherman to teach novices.

Sign-up takes place this week for the 16th annual Kiwanis Club Kids Fishing Day. The event happens 9 a.m. Sunday at Lake Clementia. Parental waiver forms are now available at the Rancho Murieta Business Center in Murieta Plaza. Attendance is limited to the first 120 children signed up. Read more » about Kids Fishing Day is coming up Sunday

A day dedicated to helping homeless dogs

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Doggie blankets

Rancho Murieta’s Fiber Art Group got together Wednesday at the Rancho Murieta Association Building and sewed 41 blankets for shelter dogs. The group made the most of its money, shopping smartly for dog-pattern fleece fabric and coming away with 10 shopping bags of it. Cost: $229. Savings: $300+. There are four bags of fabric left over. Back row from left are Sheryl Bray, Kathy Burke, Diane Graf, Marion Connelly, Jane Barnes and Tammy Burkart. Seated from left are Lana Mason and Sue Murphy.

Blankets

The day's work – stacks of doggie blankets. Click photos for larger images Read more » about A day dedicated to helping homeless dogs

Kiwanis Crab Feed fills St. Vincent Church hall

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Kiwanis Crab Feed

Kiwanis Crab Feed

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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. Read more » about Kiwanis Crab Feed fills St. Vincent Church hall

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