Cooper and Cox will run unopposed for RMA board

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The candidates for two seats on the Rancho Murieta Association board of directors this fall will be incumbent Jack Cooper and former director Dick Cox. Read more » about Cooper and Cox will run unopposed for RMA board

Security logs, Sept. 3-10

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Here are the community's complete Security logs for Sept. 3-10, as released to the public. CSD Security edits the logs to remove names and specific addresses before releasing the information.

  • The format here is

    • Time and nature of report / location / resolution

  • When a time is not legible on the report, it appears as ---- .

  • Common abbreviations: 415 (disturbance), NFI (no further information), NOH (no one home), UTL (unable to locate), BOL (be on lookout), NOL (not on list), ADV (advised), WMA (white male adult), R/P (reporting person), W-2 (water unit), Code 4 (officer or situation is OK), LDN (left door notice), OGD (open garage door) and HBD (had been drinking).

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Her first of many picnics

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Picnic


Six-week-old Brooke Corsaut was the youngest attendee at Sunday's Cosumnes River Elementary School back-to-school picnic at Stonehouse Park. She was accompanied by her dad, Matt; mom, Dawny, and older brother, Blake, a kindergartener at CRES.
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Blues and Brews returns Sept. 29

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The fourth annual Blues and Brews event, put on by the Kiwanis Club and Plaza Foods, takes place 5-10 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 29, at Lake Clementia Amphitheater. The opening act will be acoustic blues from virtuoso musicians Jimmy Pailer and Lew Fratis, followed by a special performance by local blues and rock favorite Stonehouse.

The event is the last appearance of Stonehouse in its present form, since the group is losing its guitarist and plans to go on hiatus after this event to regroup, according to bandleader Darin Sexton. Read more » about Blues and Brews returns Sept. 29

CRES fundraiser runs Sept. 11-25

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The annual Cosumnes River Elementary School PTA fall fundraiser runs Sept. 11-25. CRES receives 50 percent of the proceeds from sales of high-quality wrapping paper, accessories, creative gifts, novelties, candies and snacks. The funds are used for educational assemblies and after-school programs, and to purchase library books, school supplies, and physical education and science equipment.

 

Fundraiser

New CRES principal Michael Gulden kicks off this year's Innisbrook fundraiser with, from left, pupils Jason Back, Sophia Jacquez, Alexis Pland, Brooke Pland and Katie Jacquez.

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Holding ETC tickets? Here's how to get a refund

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Entertainment, Theatre & Culture announced plans to give refunds to those holding tickets for Saturday’s Seals & Seals concert, which has been canceled.

On Monday, ETC said it was canceling the show, the final concert in its 2007 series, due to the illness of singer Dan Seals, who is battling lymphoma.

In a statement Wednesday night, Debbie Pishek, ETC president, said the group discussed the possibility of staging a replacement concert to close the season but decided it wasn’t possible.

Ticket refunds will be offered through September, Pishek’s statement said.  It outlined these options: Read more » about Holding ETC tickets? Here's how to get a refund

Security logs, Aug. 22-Sept. 2

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Here are the community's complete Security logs for Aug. 22-Sept. 2, as released to the public. CSD Security edits the logs to remove names and specific addresses before releasing the information.

  • The format here is

    • Time and nature of report / location / resolution

  • When a time is not legible on the report, it appears as ---- .

  • Common abbreviations: 415 (disturbance), NFI (no further information), NOH (no one home), UTL (unable to locate), BOL (be on lookout), NOL (not on list), ADV (advised), WMA (white male adult), R/P (reporting person), W-2 (water unit), Code 4 (officer or situation is OK), LDN (left door notice), OGD (open garage door) and HBD (had been drinking).

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RMA confirms what many know -- cable problems are back

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It's baaaack. The Rancho Murieta Association on Wednesday confirmed what many residents on the North already know -- the cable problem that was thought to be fixed last week is still with us.

Wednesday afternoon, RMA employees hand-delivered notices to residents in the area of Puerto and Venado drives saying the problem returned over the weekend and the association was continuing to work on it.

After RMA General Manager David Stiffler said Friday that a faulty piece of cable located on Venado Drive had been fixed to solve the problem, North residents responded with forum posts and story comments at RanchoMurieta.com saying they were still experiencing cable difficulties. Read more » about RMA confirms what many know -- cable problems are back

Security Committee hears drug-use concerns

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Members of the Community Services District Security Committee heard residents' concerns about drug use at the community's parks and gathering places Tuesday as resident Jerry Smith asked the CSD to implement 13 measures that came out of the forum he held last week at the Rancho Murieta Community Church.

The measures include creating a police force for Rancho Murieta and adopting county ordinances for drug use and underage drinking.

 

Security Committee meeting

Jerry Smith and Joanne Macomber were among those who spoke.

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Breast cancer fundraising events planned

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Local groups are planning fundraising activities for October, which is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

There will be a community events Oct. 5 and 20, and the Country Club is hosting the ninth annual golf tournament benefiting the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation Oct. 14.

Cancer survivor Judy Musgrove is working with the Kiwanis Club and other community groups and businesses to organize the Passionately Pink for the Cure Event, Friday, Oct. 5. Local businesses and organizations will be decorated in pink and have containers set out to collect donations of $5 and more.

On Saturday, Oct. 20, there will be a fundraising tea, with all proceeds going to the Susan G. Komen for The Cure foundation. Read more » about Breast cancer fundraising events planned

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