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Published on June 22nd, 2022
CP brings life to Senior Community Center in Oakland
The Camino Pablo Elementary School PTA Community Services Committee on May 22 was joined by six families and 16 volunteers to cook and serve lunch at St Mary's Center in Oakland. St Mary's Center is a volunteer-led community center dedicated to improve the well-being ...Submitted by Cathy Chang

Published on June 8th, 2022
AAUW-Orinda, Moraga, Lafayette Branch awards Community Engagement Scholarships
The American Association of University Women - Orinda, Moraga, Lafayette branch honored three local high school seniors and a member of the Saint Mary's College Class of 2023 at their April meeting. The awards are based on grades, community engagement and leadership. ...Submitted by Mary Ann McLeod

Published on June 8th, 2022
Moraga Boy Scout Troop 212 honors new Eagle Scouts
Moraga Boy Scout Troop 212 held its 59th Eagle Court of Honor at Moraga Valley Presbyterian Church on Sunday, May 1. The Court recognized the achievements of eight young men who have fulfilled all the requirements necessary to earn the rank of Eagle Scout, BSA's ...Submitted by Siv Ricketts

Published on June 8th, 2022
Troop 57 announces new Eagle Scout
Through dedication and hard work Ryan Aars has achieved the rank of Eagle Scout from Troop 57 in Orinda. Ryan became an Eagle Scout on March 1, after going above and beyond to earn his Eagle Scout rank while earning 86 merit badges. He is still inspired to earn more ...Submitted by Maura Aars

Published on June 8th, 2022
Troop 234 honors three new Eagle Scouts
Troop 234 held their Eagle Court of Honor May 28 at St. Monica Catholic Church to honor three new Eagle Scouts - Calvin Chen, Alessandro Paolieri and Asa Smyrl. The guest speaker was Moraga Mayor Steve Woeleke and some special guests in attendance included Matt Ariker, ...Submitted by Flora Hsu

Published on June 8th, 2022
Hope Walk a great success
The 2022 Cancer Support Community Hope Walk was the most successful yet. Over 900 walkers turned out virtually and in-person during Hope Walk Week May 15-21 to raise over $228,000 (with donations still coming at hopewalkbayarea.net) in support of vital programs and ...Submitted by Libby Eppinga

Published on June 8th, 2022
Don't get burned!
Benjamin Boccabella, Boy Scout from Troop 237 Orinda, and Kathryn Ishizu, Executive Director from Lamorinda Village, partnered to host an educational fire safety event for Lamorinda VIllage (www.lamorindavillage.org) members and the community on June 3 at Lafa ...Submitted by Karen Boccabella

Published on May 25th, 2022
AAUW-OML Distinguished Woman, Stacia Cragholm
Every May, the Orinda-Moraga-Lafayette Branch of the American Association of University Women (AAUW-OML) honors one of its members as the Distinguished Woman of the Year, for services to the community and the branch.
Submitted by Jan Cushman

Published on May 25th, 2022
Troop 204 celebrates new Eagle Scouts
Lafayette Boy Scout Troop 204 honored two ...Submitted by Marc Chehlaoui

Published on May 25th, 2022
Hoops 4 All nonprofit works to bolster local basketball program
Edward M. Downer Elementary School in San ...Submitted by Alvaro Ledezma

Published on May 25th, 2022
Assistance League of Diablo Valley awards over $206K in scholarships
Since 1999, Assistance League of Diablo Valley's Scholarships program, presently co-chaired by Susan Klipfel and Carol Johnstone, has provided financial and emotional support to high school, community college and university students as well as returnees to the academic ...Submitted by Betty Miller

Published on May 11th, 2022
LPIE honors two dynamic individuals with new award
The Lafayette Partners in Education board of directors, at a special fundraising gala held April 23 in San Francisco, announced the creation of the Tom Mulvaney Legacy Award as a way in which to honor those individuals, families, or businesses who have demonstrated an ...Submitted by Danielle Gallagher

Published on May 11th, 2022
Saklan students help rebuild homes destroyed by Hurricane Maria
At the end of March, The Saklan School's eighth-grade students traveled to Puerto Rico for a meaningful service-learning experience. The task at hand for the students while on the trip was to help rebuild houses destroyed by Hurricane Maria. To say the students' ...Submitted by Emily Williamson

Published on April 27th, 2022
Temple Isaiah Rabbi aiding Ukrainian refugees on Poland delegation
The Temple Isaiah's senior Rabbi Jill ...Submitted by Jen Boxerman

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