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Published on February 14th, 2024
Nick Walker of Moraga achieves Eagle Scout rank
Nick Walker, a senior at Campolindo High School in Moraga, recently attained the prestigious Eagle Scout rank with the Boy Scouts of America. With a seven-year tenure as a Boy Scout, Nick is a dedicated member of Troop 234 in Moraga. To achieve the Eagle rank, ...Submitted by Terry Walker


Published on February 14th, 2024
Juan Toscano-Anderson presents his JTA Foundation to Moraga Rotary
Juan Toscano-Anderson, former NBA player for the Golden State Warriors, presented details about his Journey To Achieve (JTA) Foundation, which is committed to the idea that small acts of kindness can change a child's life trajectory. He grew up in Oakland, so its ...Submitted by Gary Irwin


Published on January 31st, 2024
Moraga Park Director receives a donation from Moraga Rotary
Mackenzie Brady, Director of Moraga's Park & Recreation Department, was giving a presentation about town activities at a recent meeting of Moraga Rotary Club, and was surprised to receive a check to the town for $10,000 for use at the Moraga Commons Park. Last year, ...Submitted by Gary Irwin


Published on January 31st, 2024
The daffodils are coming, the daffodils are coming
Get ready for spring and daffodils along Moraga Way adjacent to Moraga Country Club. This year's crop will include flowers from 1,400 additional bulbs.
Each fall the Kiwanis Club of ...
Submitted by Steve Woehleke


Published on January 3rd, 2024
Lamorinda Village holds ninth annual Afternoon of Gratitude
Lamorinda Village, a Lafayette, community-based organization dedicated to supporting older adults and fostering a strong sense of connection, hosted its 9th annual Afternoon of Gratitude event on Dec. 8, in celebration of its members, dedicated volunteers, and ...Submitted by Jim Scala


Published on January 3rd, 2024
Free community service for older adults, a Lamorinda Sunrise Rotary tradition
Research consistently shows that 90% of adults over 65 prefer to remain in their current homes as they grow older. The need for innovative solutions to support our older adults has become more apparent than ever.
Submitted by Perrin Kliot


Published on December 20th, 2023
Lamorinda students making a difference by serving seniors with heart
In the Lamorinda community, young hearts are making a significant impact on the lives of our senior citizens by offering their talents, skills, and acts of kindness. Local students are demonstrating the power of compassion and service on a monthly basis for seniors at ...Submitted by Tony Chow


Published on December 20th, 2023
Santa Day a Huge Hit
On Dec. 2, 5 A-Rent-A-Space, in collaboration with Be the Star You Are!r 501 c3 charity volunteers held their free annual Santa Day for the local community at 5A in Moraga. Children and their families arrived in droves to write letters to Santa, make Christmas ...Submitted by Cynthia Brian


Published on December 6th, 2023
Troop 243 in Lafayette honors newest Eagle Scout
Boy Scout Troop 243 in Lafayette recently honored its newest Eagle Scout,˙Finn Renton, who was awarded the rank of Eagle Scout at a Court of Honor on Nov. 14, after earning 21 merit badges, completing a community service project, and holding several leadership ...Submitted by Paul Mason


Published on November 22nd, 2023
Cub Scout Bobcats Lafayette scouted for food
Cub Scout pack 645 with 118 scouts dropped off door tags asking residents to leave out non-perishable food donations for the Contra Costa Food Bank. Over the Memorial Day holiday, the troup picked up thousands of pounds of vitally needed food for members of the ...Submitted by Casey Van Veen


Published on November 22nd, 2023
Saklan students sing to seniors
The Saklan School's kindergarten through third grade students shared part of their Halloween with the residents of Moraga Royale. Dressed in their Halloween costumes, the students sang spirited songs they learned in music class, including "Monster Mash" and "The Purple ...Submitted by Emily Williamson


Published on November 22nd, 2023
East Bay Warriors team of Lamorinda girls' fundraise for November's Diabetes Awareness Month
Five Lamorinda girls between the ages of 8 and 11 who live with Type 1 Diabetes have raised over $38,000 for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation's (JDRF) annual OneWalk to find a cure for T1D.
Submitted by Nathaniel Welcomer


Published on November 22nd, 2023
Lions Peace Poster contest draws 118 students from Lamorinda
Every year the Moraga Lions Club˙participates in an annual Peace Poster Contest alongside other Lions Clubs from over 200 countries. The 2023 theme is "Dare to Dream."
Students, age ...
Submitted by Bob Murtagh


Published on November 8th, 2023
Community comes together for common good
To make room for new equipment being installed, Saint Mary's College rugby players arrived at the Lafayette Community Center playground on Oct. 26 to load the old playground equipment onto a truck heading for Choice in Aging - a 501(c)(3) nonprofit in Pleasant Hill ...By Jennifer Wake



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