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Published on July 21st, 2021
Orinda teens log over 3,000 volunteer hours amid pandemic
Despite the stay-at-home orders and ...Submitted by Michelle Bea


Published on June 23rd, 2021
Lafayette Juniors raises $65K for local nonprofits
The Lafayette Suburban Junior Women's Club ...Submitted by Karen Evans


Published on June 23rd, 2021
AAUW-OML awards scholarships to local students
AAUW-OML recently held a Celebration of ...Submitted by Mary Ann McLeod


Published on June 23rd, 2021
Moraga Lions recognizes stellar students
The Moraga Lions Club recently gave out its annual Achievement Awards at three local schools: Joaquin Moraga Intermediate School, Stanley Middle School, and St. Perpetua School. ...Submitted by Ray Casabonne


Published on June 23rd, 2021
BSA Troop 224 honors six Eagle Scouts
Lafayette Scouts BSA Troop 224 of Lafayette on May 30 held an Eagle Court of Honor at the Pleasant Hill Community Center for six Scouts who achieved Scouting's highest rank of Eagle Scout: Ethan Del Rosario, Anthony Mirabito, Jason Sabbadini, Calvin Van Oss, Drew ...Submitted by Joyce Mirabito


Published on June 9th, 2021
Gold Award project helps first responders during evacuations
Rising Athenian School senior Maddy Kim is ...


Published on June 9th, 2021
Justice Murals promote social justice from a student's perspective
The Contra Costa County Arts and Culture Commission (AC5) is sponsoring a Justice Murals project led by youth commissioner and Campolindo student, Carolyn Considine. Campolindo students were asked to submit drawings and words about what social justice means to them. ...Submitted by Carolyn Considine


Published on June 9th, 2021
Lafayette student creates digital space to keep fellow students connected
When the COVID-19 lockdown occurred for 16-year-old Lafayette sophomore Kaveer Gera, he noticed a problem that had arisen at his school after the sudden transition to virtual school: casual connections had been completely and abruptly broken.
By Jennifer Wake



Published on June 9th, 2021
Burton Valley Elementary Odyssey of the Mind team wins State Championship
Burton Valley Elementary School's Odyssey of the Mind Team A took first place in its division for their performance of "Laundry Land" in the Odyssey of the Mind state tournament. Guided by Coaches Maia Siu and Anna Stubbington, the team won the state competition that ...Submitted by Doug Parker


Published on May 26th, 2021
NCL celebrates its 2021 graduating class
The Lamorinda Chapter of the National Charity League held its Senior Recognition May 9 at the Balestrieri Family Farm. The National Charity League is a mother-daughter philanthropic organization committed to community service, leadership development and cultural ...Submitted by Marci Byrne


Published on May 26th, 2021
Community trash collection fills truck bed
Forty-five youth and leaders from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day of Saints spent their Saturday morning May 1 gathering litter along the trails and parking lot area on Mulholland Ridge. As seen in the photo, they gathered enough trash to fill up an entire ...Submitted by Rachel Erickson


Published on May 12th 2021
Miramonte students bring community together with gift of song
After sheltering-in-place for six months and taking classes online due to the pandemic, Miramonte student Stef Moore knew she wanted to create something that helped keep people connected, especially during the isolating times of the pandemic.
Submitted by Kathy Merchant



Published on May 12th 2021
Lamorinda Sunrise Rotary makes vital donations to Putnam Clubhouse
Raise your hand if you know what a "blackboard" is. Those who know went to school ages ago. They also know what chalk is. What they may not know, however, is what an "interactive whiteboard" is. Also known as an "electronic smartboard," not only is it white in color, ...Submitted by Thomas Black


Published on May 12th 2021
Boys Team Charity celebrates six-year commitment
Several of Boys Team Charity (BTC) Class of 2021 TeamMates ended their six-year commitment on April 18 with an in-person final volunteer shift at Points of Light in Oakland. Over the years, they volunteered for many of the 40 philanthropies BTC works with - POL being ...Submitted by Anouschka Wardy



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