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Published on February 1st, 2023
Park Theater Capital Campaign on road to reaching its goal
Thanks to generous support from the greater Lamorinda community, 2023 is off to a terrific start for the much-loved Park Theater. Despite the recent wet and windy weather, spirits are very sunny and bright indeed as The Park Theater Trust (TPTT) not only met the ...Submitted by Tracey Karsten Farrell

Published on February 1st, 2023
Eagle project focuses on helping feed Ukrainian refugees
Acalanes senior Tyler Gough, Life Scout from ...Submitted by Irene Gough

Published on February 1st, 2023
Lions Blood Drive gives gift of life
The Lamorinda Lions Club on Dec. 29, 2022, hosted a Blood Drive at Holy Shepard Lutheran Church, Orinda. A total of 37 people kept their appointed times and a total of 34 pints of blood were donated. The blood is distributed to several hundred hospitals in Northern ...Submitted by Robert Murtagh

Published on January 18th, 2023
Brian South honored by Rotary Club in Scotland
Moraga Rotarian Brian South was invited to deliver the Immortal Memory speech at the Burns Supper given recently at the Royal Musselburgh in Tranent, East Lothian, Scotland. This dinner is held annually by the Rotary Club of Tranent in honor of the renowned 18th ...Submitted by Hubert Ma

Published on January 18th, 2023
Rotary Club of Moraga continues support for MEF
Rotary Club of Moraga continues to support the Moraga Education Foundation by presenting another financial donation after Acalanes Union High School District Superintendent John Nickerson's presentation at the Jan. 10 Rotary meeting. "Rotary is a great partner with ...Submitted by Hubert Ma

Published on January 18th, 2023
Burton Valley students support Ukrainian refugees in the Bay Area
Burton Valley Elementary's annual AIM Book Bonanza was a success again! Each year, the AIM class chooses a cause and donates the money that they make from their annual fundraiser. This year the AIM class donated the money to Jewish Family Services to help the Ukrainian ...Submitted by Mackenzie Preisler

Published on January 4th, 2023
Lions and Leos share Christmas spirit
The Moraga Lions Club and Campolindo High School Leo Club on Dec. 16 delivered gifts and flowers to the patients˙and staff at Moraga Post Acute Care Facility on Rheem Boulevard. Normally the students would sing Christmas carols, however, the facility is presently on ...Submitted by Robert Murtagh

Published on December 21st, 2022
Lamorinda Village celebrates Afternoon of Gratitude
Over 100 community members gathered at the Lafayette Community Center on Dec. 9 for the 8th Annual Lamorinda Village Afternoon of Gratitude. Before the awards presentation, guests mingled and enjoyed wine, finger food, and a beautiful performance by the Orinda ...Submitted by Laura-Kate Rurka

Published on December 21st, 2022
Lions and Leos provide eyeglasses for the visually impaired
Moraga Lions and Campolindo Leo Club members on Nov. 13 conducted an eyeglass sorting event to prepare used eyeglasses for the final step before the eyeglasses will be shipped to Africa. A total of 8,000 eyeglasses were sorted and packed for delivery to a California ...Submitted by Robert Murtagh

Published on December 21st, 2022
Gold Award project revitalizes Springhill garden walkway
Girl Scout Troop 30577 is proud to announce that Parisa Shapoorian recently achieved her Gold Award - the highest achievement within the Girl Scouts of the USA.˙Only 5% of eligible Girl Scouts successfully earn the Gold Award.˙ To earn this prestigious award a ...Submitted by Lisa Schreiber

Published on December 21st, 2022
Miramonte cheerleaders team up with Marines' Toys for Tots program
The Miramonte Cheerleaders were in downtown Orinda on the Corner of Moraga Way in front of "Share Tea" with pom-poms shaking, collecting toys on Dec. 4 from 1 to 3 p.m., filling two bins of toys and cash donations for Toys for Tots from local community members. ...Submitted by Mary Arnerich-King

Published on December 7th, 2022
Mechanics Bank donates $10K to support The Park Theater Renovation Capital Campaign
Lafayette's all-volunteer nonprofit Park Theater Trust (TPTT) - and actually the entire Lamorinda community and East Bay - is the recent beneficiary of a $10,000 grant from Mechanics Bank to TPTT's Park Theater Renovation Capital Campaign.

Published on December 7th, 2022
Joint efforts will light up the town this spring
On a gorgeous Saturday morning this November, the Moraga Garden Club joined in with Kiwanis, Scouts, kids and town officials to plant 2,000 daffodil bulbs, half provided by Joan Bruzzone. The areas across from the skateboard park and fronting the library sign will be a ...Submitted by Linda U Foley

Published on December 7th, 2022
Lions announces Peace Poster contest winners
The Lions International Peace Poster contest for 2022-23 was titled "Lead with Compassion," and 75 students, age 10-13, from Stanley Middle School in Lafayette submitted entries. Annually, 55,000 students from around the world compete in the contest. This year student ...Submitted by Robert Murtagh

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