Looking in on Santa and Mrs. Claus

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Hashorvas

This will be the first Christmas in a decade that Frank and Marianna Hashorva won't be pulling on bright red clothing and delighting children as Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus. Frank is recovering nicely from heart surgery but won't be able to star in Friday night's Santa welcome and the other stops he usually makes — the Country Club's Christmas brunch, the Learning Center's holiday celebration and other gatherings, from here to the Mather V.A. medical center. Read more » about Looking in on Santa and Mrs. Claus

A Turkey Trot and a visit from Santa

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The holiday season gets under way Thursday and Friday with the Turkey Trot and Santa's arrival in Rancho Murieta. Here's the rundown. Read more » about A Turkey Trot and a visit from Santa

Don't look now, but the holidays are here

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Crafts

Local creativity and skills were on display Saturday as the Murieta Village Clubhouse became a shopper's delight for the Craft Fair and Bake Sale. Vendors presided over colorful tables of handcrafted items made from yarn, fabric and even gourds, and the library was transformed into a bakery. The annual event marks the start of the holiday shopping season in Rancho Murieta. Click photo for larger image. Read more » about Don't look now, but the holidays are here

Here's the rundown on Murieta's July 4

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Fireworks

July 4 is the day in Rancho Murieta, when many of us are entertaining friends and family, getting out early and staying out late. Whether you're a runner, a cart decorator, a bounce-house bouncer or a fireworks fan, the day has something for you. Here's everything you need to know: Read more » about Here's the rundown on Murieta's July 4

Scouts honor Memorial Day by retiring flags

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Flag ceremony

Boy Scout Troop 633 carried out its Memorial Day tradition of honoring those who have served under the U.S. flag by retiring worn and tattered flags in a solemn ceremony Monday evening at Lake Calero. About two dozen people looked on as pairs of scouts unfolded and placed each flag into the fire at the water's edge while piper Chuck Jamison played traditional bagpipe songs. Click photo to see larger image. Read more » about Scouts honor Memorial Day by retiring flags

Happy Easter, Rancho Murieta!

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Easter Egg Hunt

Red square Photo gallery: 42 shots from the day's fun

Six thousand eggs and hundreds of children made for a lively Easter Egg Hunt at Stonehouse Park Saturday. Among the many other attractions were a petting zoo, music and dancing, crafts, balloon art, cookie decorating, cotton candy and face time with the Easter Bunny.  The annual event was sponsored by the Kiwanis Club, area Key Clubs and Rancho Murieta Moms. Proceeds benefit local youth activities and senior services provided by the Rancho Murieta Kiwanis Foundation. Read more » about Happy Easter, Rancho Murieta!

Happy new year, Rancho Murieta!

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2016

Happy new year! Thank you, Rancho Murieta, for 2015, and here’s looking forward to a great 2016. Some of you deserve special thanks. Read more » about Happy new year, Rancho Murieta!

Do holiday shopping in your golf cart

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Wooden crafts

You can buy a birdhouse or other handmade wooden crafts at Ace Hardware.

The malls are crowded. The shipping deadlines are closing in. Even the online retailers are getting to end times. So what’s a Murietan with a shopping list to do? Well, you could jump in your golf cart and go shopping. Read more » about Do holiday shopping in your golf cart

Here are the brightest of our holiday lights

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Boundary Court

These Boundary Court decorations were a worthy winner for sure.

Red square Lights map: Tour the 15 winning homes

The Rancho Murieta Association announced the 2015 winners of its holiday lights contest this week, honoring 10 repeat winners and a handful of first-timers. Read more » about Here are the brightest of our holiday lights

Helping the needy at the holidays

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Holiday pickup

Elk Grove Unified School District staffers made their first pickup of gift and food items for the needy at the Rancho Murieta Association Building Monday morning. Penny Clemons, left, and Florence Oneto were among four people who emptied the two boxes in the lobby of the RMA Building. The donation boxes are still open if you have non-perishable food items and new, unwrapped toys to contribute. Read more » about Helping the needy at the holidays

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