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Troop 237's newest Eagle Scouts
Boy Scout Troop 237 of Orinda honored five Scouts, Ryan Ansel, Matt Lyons, Mason Januszewski, Adam Brudzinski and Andrew Patten, for achieving Scouting's highest rank of Eagle Scout on Sunday, Nov. 25 at the Orinda Community Church.
Submitted by Shaun Ansel




Lafayette: New Eagle Scouts in Troop 200
Boy Scout Troop 200, chartered by Our Savior's Lutheran Church of Lafayette, is proud to announce its fall 2018 Eagle Scouts - Ryan Everly, Isaac Douglas, Cole Brightbill, Matthew Raffel, Maverick Fabela, Nicholas Shaw, Edward Laskey and Donovan Fuller. The new Eagle ...Submitted by Ben Douglas



Lions provide free eye screenings in Lafayette
Members of the Lamorinda Lions Club and ...Submitted by Bob Murtagh



Girl Scout Gold Award project helps homeless
Homelessness is an issue in many communities and the larger East Bay Area is no different. Homeless or highly mobile children often have a harder time keeping up in school and progressing academically. It is well known that lack of or poor education is a major cause ...Submitted by Diana Lee



White Pony Express sends ready-to-eat meals and cash donations to Paradise fire victims
Starting Nov. 14, White Pony Express, the ...Submitted by Steve Spraitzar



The Peter Pan Foundation continues quest to help others
The Peter Pan Foundation started as an organization that inspired children of all ages to be creative and give back while producing several big stage musicals a year. Since adding a performance troupe and partnering with local charitable organizations, PPF is now ...Submitted by Gina Campo



Village Associates helps families keep Thanksgiving traditions alive
Village Associates, an independent real estate brokerage firm in Orinda, continued its Thanksgiving tradition of helping families in need with children at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital, Oakland by preparing and providing over 75 meals, supplies and support.
Submitted by Brent Bamberger



Boy Scouts Providing Fuel for Life
Orinda Boy Scouts Troop 237, from the Orinda chapter of Grateful Gatherings, helped lift a family out of darkness and into the light. In one day, hard-working Scouts and families were able to furnish a home for a single dad and his four children recently transitioning ...



Campo musician offers unique class to strengthen breathing and improve lung functio
Many of us take breathing for granted, but for those suffering with respiratory issues, normal breathing is serious business. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease has the third highest mortality rate in the United States. Over 12 million Americans suffer from COPD as ...By Cynthia Brian



Handmade dresses sent to Congo, Uganda and Dominican Republic
Lafayette United Methodist Church women show some of the 529 dresses handmade this year to give to girls through the Dress A Girl Around the World Association. Dresses this year will go to girls in Congo, Uganda and Dominican Republic. All dresses are made with ...Submitted by Sue Renno



State of discourse in Sacramento discussed
California state Sen. Steve Glazer spoke about the state of discourse in Sacramento and some of the reasons why there seems to be so little comity among elected representatives at the Oct. 25 meeting of the Kiwanis Club of Moraga Valley. His comments were not ...Submitted by Michael Metcalf



Boy Scouts canvass Lamorinda neighborhoods for food drive
Youth from local Scouting organizations were ...Submitted by Charles Regan



Scouts clean up after festival
More than 30 Scouts and adults from Moraga Boy Scout Troop 212 gave three hours of their time to serve their Lamorinda neighbors by cleaning up after the close of the 2018 Lafayette Art & Wine Festival.
Submitted by Siv Ricketts



National Charity League event focuses on philantrophy and mental health
The two local chapters of National Charity League held their very first joint meeting Oct. 14, bringing together 200 young women from the Acalanes Area and Lamorinda Chapters of National Charity League. NCL is an organization of mothers and their daughters in seventh ...Submitted by Laura Dillard & Cheryl Bjornson



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