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Next Lamorinda Weekly edition April 29, 2020

The Lamorinda Weekly team is currently working on our April 29 edition after skipping April 15 due to covid-19 impact.

Lamorinda Weekly Team

Published, April 3rd, 2020
Contra Costa Health Confirms COVID-19 Outbreak in a Senior Facility in Orinda
Press Release, Contra Costa Health Services
At least 27 people who live or work at a skilled nursing facility in Orinda have tested positive for COVID-19, Contra Costa Health Services (CCHS) confirmed today. No deaths... read



A blanket of gold covers Lamorinda hillsides. Photo A. Scheck
Spring blooms offer respite during difficult time
By Jennifer Wake
With Lamorinda residents under a shelter-in-place order, many are able to hit the trails for solitary walks while still keeping the required six-feet distance from others to avoid spread of the novel ...read

A Moraga Royale caregiver gardens with a resident. Photo Sophie Braccini
On the front lines at senior living facilities
By Sophie Braccini
Caregivers at senior living facilities are on the front lines in the fight for safety in Lamorinda and beyond. Staff is mobilized at these establishments 24/7, applying the utmost precautions to support the ...read
Aidan Mahaney Photo Gint Federas
2019-2020 Diablo Athletic League - Winter Sports
DAL All-League - Foothill Division
Boys Basketball - 2019-20
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A bouquet of tulips and roses add spring joy to any room. Photo C. Brian
Digging Deep with Goddess Gardener, Cynthia Brian
By Cynthia Brian
"We have it in our power to begin the world again." - Thomas Paine
What a difference a day makes! Who could have ever ...read
Lafayetteread all Moragaread all Orindaread all
Regarding coronavirus coverage

Notwithstanding the disclaimer on page 1 of your March 18, 2020, edition (as to the unavoidable possibility of outdated coronavirus information being included), you still have the obligation to accurately dispense what facts you do have with the solemnity warranted by this unprecedented emergency. Sadly, editorial decision-making got off to a bad start with the inclusion of the photo at the top-left of page 1 showing church board members gleefully practicing "safe distancing" without actually doing so, let alone doing so correctly.

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Local nonprofits hit hard by shelter-in-place order
By Pippa Fisher
Among many finding themselves in the completely unchartered waters of COVID-19 and the shelter-in-place order are the area's nonprofits serving some of the community's most vulnerable, for whom the co ...read

Lafayette continues to offer services during health emergency
While all Lafayette city facilities will remain closed except for the police department during the shelter-in-place order, city offices will be staffed virtually from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. via telephone, email and ...read

Lafayette Police Blotter
Lafayette Police
Department
Incident read
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Moraga Historical Society puts even more info at your fingertips
By Vera Kochan
If you love history, especially Moraga's, you'll be happy to know that the Moraga Historical Society has revamped its website to offer users more information than ever before.
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Town Staff continues to serve Moraga through shelter-in-place order
By Vera Kochan
Public buildings in Moraga continue to remain closed through May 1 in accordance with the Contra Costa County Health Department's shelter-in-place mandate. Included in the closures are the Town Office at 329 ...read

Moraga Police Blotter
Moraga Police
Department
Incident read
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Like other cities, Orinda moves to next stage of Covid-19 response
By Sora O'Doherty
Following the adoption of a proclamation of local emergency March 16 by the Orinda City Council, the business of local government has changed as dramatically as the lives of city residents and businesses in ...read

Nonprofit food delivery service finds that when the world closes a door, it opens a window
By Sora O'Doherty
White Pony Express was founded by Dr. Carol Weyland Conner in September 2013 on the simple idea that supermarkets had excess food that was being thrown out while people who couldn't afford food were going ...read

Orinda Police Blotter
Orinda Police Department Incident Summary Report
Feb. 23 - March 7
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Next issue: April 29, 2020
Quick links to stories issue April 1, 2020
Spring blooms offer respite during difficult time
On the front lines at senior living facilities
Local nonprofits hit hard by shelter-in-place order
Lafayette continues to offer services during health emergency
Moraga Historical Society puts even more info at your fingertips
Town Staff continues to serve Moraga through shelter-in-place order
Like other cities, Orinda moves to next stage of Covid-19 response
Nonprofit food delivery service finds that when the world closes a door, it opens a window
Lamorinda fire agencies in solid shape to confront pandemic
Letters to the editor
Lafayette Police Blotter
Moraga Police Blotter
Orinda Police Blotter
Could new fossil discovery lead to a Jurassic Canyon?
Neighbors find safe ways to socialize at a distance
The impact of COVID-19 on our high school juniors and seniors
A hearty appetizer for the home-bound
International Film Showcase offers films online during shelter-in-place order
Town Hall Theatre announces video of 'The Cherry Orchard'
Campolindo students sign National Letters of Intent
St. Monica fourth grade boys National team goes to Diocese Championship
2019-2020 Diablo Athletic League - Winter Sports
Digging Deep with Goddess Gardener, Cynthia Brian
Lamorinda home sales recorded
The impact of COVID-19 on our high school juniors and seniors
By Elizabeth LaScala
Without a doubt, your life has been already been impacted by the spread of the novel coronavirus. Social distancing, self-quarantine, voluntary or mandatory school and business closures clearly show we are not ...read

Campolindo students sign National Letters of Intent
Submitted by Chris Schofield
Two Campolindo High School football players signed National Letters of Intent to continue their football careers at the collegiate level. Quarterback Grant Harper signed with UC Davis and Linebacker Mason ...read
School Calendar
Acalanes Union High School District
Board Room AUHSD Office
1212 Pleasant Hill Rd, Lafayette
TBA

Lafayette School District
LAFSD Office
3477 School Street, Lafayette
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Moraga School District
Joaquin Moraga Intermediate School Auditorium 1010 Camino Pablo, Moraga
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Orinda Union School District
OUSD Office 8 Altarinda Road, Orinda
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Campolindo students sign National Letters of Intent
Submitted by Chris Schofield
Two Campolindo High School football players signed National Letters of Intent to continue their football careers at the collegiate level. Quarterback Grant Harper signed with UC Davis and Linebacker Mason ...read

St. Monica fourth grade boys National team goes to Diocese Championship
Submitted by Andi O'Toole
The St. Monica fourth grade boys National team (Red Division) was runner up in both the CYO Divisional and League Championship games, falling to the undefeated St. Perpetua boys (Blue Division) in two ...read

2019-2020 Diablo Athletic League - Winter Sports
DAL All-League - Foothill Division
Boys Basketball - 2019-20
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Life in Lamorindaread all
Could new fossil discovery lead to a Jurassic Canyon?
By Vera Kochan
As with many inconceivable scientific discoveries the first step begins with an accident of fate or a case of just being in the right place at the right time. The latest chapter in a potential new find comes ...read

Neighbors find safe ways to socialize at a distance
Submitted by Trudy Deutz
A few Moraga neighbors found a way to share an evening over cocktails with "social restrictions." Although the weather wasn't great, hence the warm clothes and blankets, a good time was had by all - even with ...read

A hearty appetizer for the home-bound
By Susie Iventosch
Even though making your own cheese at home sounds a bit daunting, this ricotta recipe is super easy and really fun to do. This cheese is delicious as an appetizer, but also works great in the filling for ...read

International Film Showcase offers films online during shelter-in-place order
Submitted by Efi Lubliner
Lamorinda residents can go online to see the trailers for three films available for rent through the International Film Showcase: "Corpus Christi," Poland's Oscar finalist this year in the International Film ...read
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