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Published on March 18th, 2020
New officers of Moraga Garden Club announced
The Moraga Garden Club announced its new slate of officers for the coming year starting September.
In addition to its many efforts of beautifying and supporting the town, the club has ...
Submitted by Linda Foley


Published on March 18th, 2020
Local teams take top prizes at Odyssey of the Mind regional competition
Local SF Bay Area teams competed at the yearly SF Bay Regional Odyssey of the Mind Competition Feb. 28 at Concord High School. Odyssey of the Mind, in its 41st year, started at a college in Pennsylvania and is the second largest worldwide competition which includes ...Submitted by Janine Ogando


Published on March 18th, 2020
Moraga Rotary event raises $33K for safety upgrades at Moraga schools
The Moraga School District will be the beneficiary of more than $33,000 which was contributed by participants at the 18th Annual "A Nite at the Races," a March 7 Moraga Rotary Club dinner/auction fundraiser. All these funds are intended to enhance the safety of the ...By Gary Irwin


Published on March 18th, 2020
Troop 204 announces new Eagle Scouts
Lafayette 's Boy Scout Troop 204 will honor 14 Scouts for achieving the Eagle Scout Rank at the troop's 67th Eagle Court of Honor. Eagle Scout is the highest rank in the Scouts BSA | Boy Scouts of America and these Scouts will be honored at 1 p.m. March 21 at ...Submitted by Mika Watanabe


Published on March 4th, 2020
Presenting Troop 204's 2020 Eagle Scouts
Lafayette 's Boy Scout Troop 204 will honor 14 Scouts for achieving the Eagle Scout Rank at the troop's 67th Eagle Court of Honor. Eagle Scout is the highest rank in the Scouts BSA | Boy Scouts of America and these Scouts will be honored at 1 p.m. March 21 at ...Submitted by Mika Watanabe


Published on March 4th, 2020
CP families serve up kindness with a warm meal
Several Camino Pablo Elementary School families went to Oakland Jan. 29 to prepare and serve dinner at St. Mary's Center's Winter Emergency Shelter for homeless seniors. The volunteers prepared a heartwarming and nutritious meal from scratch. "Although we only had an ...Submitted by Cathy Chang


Published on March 4th, 2020
Miramonte student wins Lions Zone Student Speakers Contest
The topic for this year's Lions Club annual Student Speakers Contest is "Homelessness in California, what is the solution?" The winner at the zone level was Athena Davis, who is a senior at Miramonte High School. Fred George, Moraga Lions Club Student Speech Chair, ...Submitted by Fred George


Published on March 4th, 2020
Moraga Rotary donates over $28K to Town
Moraga Rotary Club donated a check for $28,373 to the town of Moraga at the Feb. 12 council meeting, which was the unspent balance of the funds raised for the Lamorinda All-Access Playground at Moraga Commons, which was dedicated in 2018. Rotarian John Erickson, ...Submitted by Gary Irwin


Published on February 19th, 2020
Children's Health Guild raises over $182K for kids
Children's Health Guild hosted its annual winter fundraiser, BELIEVE, Dec 12 at the Ritz-Carlton San Francisco. More than 300 guests came together for the annual function that benefits George Mark Children's House in San Leandro and UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital in ...Submitted by Sharon Koh


Published on February 19th, 2020
Burton Valley students support Kincade Fire victims
It's official: Burton Valley Elementary's AIM class annual fundraiser, "the Book Bonanza," was a success once again! Every year, Cathy Martinsen's AIM class raises money from the Book Bonanza and donates it to a local cause. This year, the students of Martinsen's AIM ...Submitted by Lila Morrison


Published on February 19th, 2020
Five local students win Good Citizen awards
The Acalanes Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution treated students to high tea Feb. 1 in the Fellowship Hall of Moraga Valley Presbyterian Church. These five students were selected by their schools as outstanding citizens and leaders deserving of the DAR ...Submitted by Louise Diracles


Published on February 19th, 2020
Rotary Gala to benefit nonprofit; bring hope to child victims of sex trafficking
The Lafayette Rotary Club is gearing up for the Swing to Freedom Gala on March 7 - an elegant evening with money raised to benefit New Day for Children and their work with the young victims of sex trafficking.
By Pippa Fisher



Making Orinda and Moraga HeartSafe
Ryan Kaelle, a Boy Scout in Orinda's Troop 237, partnered last spring and summer with members of Contra Costa County's American Medical Response, Emergency Medical Services and Lamorinda Community Emergency Response Team for his Eagle Scout service project. For ...Submitted by Ryan Kaelle



Brook Street Park creek bank restored by Girl Scout group

On the banks of Lafayette Creek, just a hop over the fence from Brook Street Park, 21 volunteers stood listening to John Zentner, chairman of the board for the Restoration Trust in ...
Submitted by Esther Dean, El Reid, Celia Farrell



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