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Published on September 14th, 2022
Kiwanis Club of Moraga Valley donation helps offset fireworks cost
Dick Courtney with the Kiwanis Club of Moraga Valley recently presented a donation from the Kiwanis Club to Moraga's Director of Park and Recreation Breyana Brandt. The donation will go towards underwriting the cost of the fireworks at the Fourth of July Celebration ...Submitted by Barry Behr


Published on September 14th, 2022
Campolindo tennis player continues to fight food insecurity
For the third year in a row, Lafayette teen Jake Hammerman spent his summer vacation helping fight hunger faced by older adults by teaching young children how to play tennis.
When ...
Submitted by Zoe Broussard


Published on September 14th, 2022
AAUW-OML Sneakers 4 Scholarships
Are your sneakers taking up too much room in your closet? Donate them to AAUW-OML (American Association of University Women - Orinda Moraga Lafayette branch) who will reuse and recycle them and earn money for scholarships for local high school seniors at Miramonte, ...Submitted by Bonnie Fend


Published on September 14th, 2022
Moraga Community Service Day scheduled for Oct. 1-2
The town of Moraga has a rich history of community service, residents rolling up their sleeves to help people in need and to make Moraga and its extended community a better place. Of these ideals was born the Moraga Community Service Day project, with the singular goal ...Submitted by Mike McCluer


Published on August 31st, 2022
Shelby's and AAUW unite to support local scholarships
Shelby's Restaurant˙in Orinda's Theatre ...Submitted by Bonnie Fend


Published on August 31st, 2022
Scouts and leaders from Moraga Boy Scout Troop 212 participate in an Alaska High Adventure Trek
Twelve Boy Scouts and two adult leaders from Moraga Troop 212 on July 23 set out from SFO to Juneau, Alaska for a 10-day trek into the Alaskan wilderness. After landing in Juneau, the Scouts boarded a ferry for the five-hour sail to Haines, where they set up a base ...Submitted by Steve Bartis


Published on August 17th, 2022
Moraga Lions' Achievement Awards presented
The Moraga Lions at the end of the 2022 school year gave its annual Achievement Awards to the following students at local middle schools: Joaquin Moraga, Saint Perpetua School, Stanley, and Orinda.
Submitted by Ray Casabonne


Published on August 17th, 2022
1,000 backpacks distributed during Backpack Giveaway
The Kiwanis Club of Moraga Valley made a donation of 100 school backpacks including school supplies for family members of the Monument Crisis Center of Concord, and on July 30 Kiwanis Club members assisted the staff distributing 1,000 backpacks to underserved youth in ...Submitted by Barry Behr


Published on August 17th, 2022
Lamorinda's wealth of health on display at Moraga Commons
Lamorinda is filled with health-conscience citizens who run, walk their dogs, bike through our beautiful hills, and this last summer, participated in a new program at the Moraga Commons Park called Sunday Strong. Sunday Strong was started by the Moraga Community ...Submitted by Brenda Luster


Published on August 3rd, 2022
Kiwanis Club of Moraga Valley presents check to Troop 212
At the Kiwanis Club of Moraga Valley July 21 meeting Barry Behr, left, presented to Dan Gannett, Scout leader from Troop 212 of Moraga, a check for the troop's share of the proceeds from the Fourth of July raffle. Troop 212 partnered with the Kiwanis Club of Moraga ...Submitted by Barry Behr


Published on August 3rd, 2022
All-girl Scout Troop 402G completes Northern Tier trek
Lamorinda Scout Troop 402G became the first all-girl crew to ever go canoeing in Bissett, Manitoba on the Northern Tier trek. Unofficially regarded as the "Most Extreme High Adventure in Scouting," the Northern Expeditions ("Bissett") Canoe Base is the most rugged and ...Submitted by Laurel Kellam


Published on August 3rd, 2022
Moraga Rotary announces construction of library and learning center in Goma, Congo
Construction for a new library and learning center for children in Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) commenced recently, with a groundbreaking ceremony attended by people from California, Florida, and Eastern Congo. After 7 years of planning, The Lumumba ...Submitted by Debbie Koo


Published on August 3rd, 2022
White Pony Express seeks volunteer drivers
White Pony Express is expanding to meet the growing need for healthy food in our communities. Hunger is on the rise due to inflation and supply chain disruptions and fresh, nutritious food is out of reach for many in the community. WPE needs volunteers willing to drive ...Submitted by Steve Spraitzar


Published on July 6th, 2022
Friends Corner Book Shop receives grant from Mechanics Bank
Friends of the Lafayette Library and Learning Center would like to thank the Lafayette branch of Mechanics Bank for their grant in support of Friends Corner Book Shop. ˙Pictured are: Book Shop manager Sharon Lingane and Carlos Meraz, manager of the Lafayette Mechanics ...Submitted by Caz Cazanov



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