Rancho Murieta Country Club’s outgoing president spoke with the Kiwanis Club last week, offering answers to questions commonly heard about the club’s situation. If you’ve ever wondered about the club’s membership situation, the relationship between membership numbers and Murieta’s population, or why the club doesn't just open its restaurants to the public, read on. Read more »Read more » about Why doesn't the club just open up to all?
An elegant brunch and the chance to visit with Santa made for family memories and photos at the Country Club Sunday. Melody Deleon, 4, and her grandmother, Caryn Ribbs, were among the many families who visited buffet tables offering everything from custom-made omelets to frosted Christmas cookies before heading to a brightly decorated North Pole outpost to see Santa Claus.(Click photo for larger image.)Read more » about A holiday brunch and a chance to meet Santa
About 120 players teed off Saturday morning on the South Course as the Country Club hosted the Golf Channel’s Central California Amateur Championship, part of its Golf Am Tour. The tour has multiple flights and is open to men and women. Among the participants is Johnny Frink, the club’s executive chef. The players move to the North Course on Sunday for the final round. The top three players per flight earn a qualifying spot in the tour’s national championship.(Click photo for larger image.)Read more » about Amateur event tees it up at Country Club
[Story amended Oct. 16] The Community Services District’s meeting Wednesday will explore two large issues that have consumed the community in recent years. The board will discuss whether it should try to purchase the Country Club’s land as well as 500 acres of lakeside land on the North that is planned for development. Read more »Read more » about CSD ponders buying Club and lakeside land
Rancho Murieta Country Club announced the results of the election for three board seats at its annual meeting Thursday night. Elected were Bill Armstrong, Mike Martel and Elizabeth Meyer. An assessment of club members was approved. This is the first of two board elections the club will hold this month. Read more »Read more » about Club elects Armstrong, Martel and Meyer