Boy Scout Troop 633 of Rancho Murieta, which has produced many an Eagle Scout, has its first female Eagle, Joy Salo, who won the honor in December. Her Eagle project? Two new benches on Lake Calero. (At the end, there’s a sidebar on another Eagle, Aaron Fong, who was honored at the same ceremony. He comes from a long line of brothers who were Eagle Scouts.)
A photo essay on the light that’s all around us.
The Kiwanis is only 60-some people who meet twice a month, but what comes out of that is an astounding amount of community service and fun events. See the video for more. (Even more about the Kiwanis: https://rmkiwanis.org/ .)
The Community Services District is dealing with the weeds around our drainage ditches by using goats and sheep. They’ll be here until late September, we hope chewing mightily.
This season marks Entertainment, Theatre and Culture’s 20th anniversary. We went along for the ride at a 2021 concert just to see what it’s like. (The answer: It’s a lot.)
The 2022 season begins with the free ETC Kick-Off event – Sunday, May 22, 3 to 5 p.m. at the Rancho Murieta Country Club. There will be wine tasting and food provided by local restaurants. You can buy your memberships and concerts tickets, volunteer for concert duties and enter to win door prizes. There are five concerts after that, with tickets at $25 for members and $35 for non-members. Details here.
Meet the people who make the bookmobile happen. The Wanderer Bookmobile has been a fixture in Rancho Murieta for 40-plus years. It visits weekly, Wednesday from 9 to Noon, at the Village Clubhouse, 14751 Poncho Conde Circle. (But it doesn’t come on the fifth Wednesday of the month.)