Category archives for: Rancho Santa Fe Life

Rancho Santa Fe resident among seven new trustees joining UC San Diego Foundation Board

Proactive stewards, higher education advocates and expert financial strategists, UC San Diego Foundation trustees play an important role in cultivating community partnerships and garnering resources to support UC San Diego research, teaching and public service initiatives. Trustees govern the Foundation, including managing net assets totaling $717 million, including an endowment of nearly $508 million, and help advance the university’s fundraising efforts. Seven trustees joined the 2014-15 Foundation board this year, three new and four returning, including regional business executives, philanthropists, law professionals and alumni. RSF resident Leo Spiegel is among those returning to the board.

Rancho Fire District to recognize Fire Prevention Week with two events

National Fire Prevention Week is Oct. 5-11, and the Rancho Santa Fe Fire Protection District (RSFFPD) will host two community events to recognize the annual awareness campaign. The first will be an Open House from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Oct. 4 at RSF Fire Station 2, 16930 Four Gee Road in 4S Ranch. Guests will be able to tour the fire station and training center, see the fire engines up close, and learn about fire safety, fire prevention, and basic CPR. Light refreshments will be served.

New Rancho Santa Fe Library Branch Manager welcomes community input

The Rancho Santa Fe Library’s new Branch Manager Haley Kwon. Photo by Karen Billing

Rancho Santa Fe Library’s new Branch Manager Haley Kwon has been charmed by the village’s “sweet, down-home” character, the simple pleasure of visiting the local library and people’s enjoyment of a slower speed of time.

“It’s a small town and the library is a place for people to connect,” Kwon said. “People have a different sense of time here, they come in to see you rather than call you on the phone or send an email. I enjoy both, the super speedy as well as the slower pace, but it’s cool to have that communication.”

Red Envelope Friday fundraiser returns to benefit Rancho Santa Fe School

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The Rancho Santa Fe Education Foundation’s annual Red Envelope Friday fundraiser returns Sept. 26. All families are encouraged to contribute “Your Share” in support of a world-class education for their children at R. Roger Rowe School during Red Envelope Friday.

Making a contribution is easy! On Sept. 26, volunteers will be at drop off and pick up lines at the school collecting pledge forms and contributions. Also, red boxes will be located at the office and around campus where parents and family members can drop their contributions. Online contributions are also accepted at rsfef.org. All major credit and debit cards are accepted. Pledges for future contributions are encouraged and accepted if payment cannot be made by Sept. 26.

Two men to share stories of adventure, hardship and unity at Viewpoints event in Rancho Santa Fe

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One man is a mountain climber, inspirational speaker and cultural anthropologist. The other survived a 1,000-mile trek through war zones in Africa as a young boy, and has since written a best-selling book about his experience.

The two men, now close friends, collaborators and housemates, will share their divergent tales of adversity as part of the Viewpoints lecture series at the Village Community Presbyterian Church, 6225 Paseo Delicias, Rancho Santa Fe, at 6 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 28.

Cancer expert highlights Rancho Santa Fe Women’s Fund anniversary day

Kate Williams, Donna Walker, Pat Newmark

The Rancho Santa Fe Women’s Fund marked its 10th anniversary at The Inn at Rancho Santa Fe with guest speaker Dr. Razelle Kurzrock of UCSD’s Moores Cancer Center

R. Roger Rowe School performers honor first responders

R. Roger Rowe School honors first responders

R. Roger Rowe School’s music, dance and drama programs put on an assembly to honor first responders

Rancho Santa Fe Community Center’s Back-to- School Bash

RSF Community Center’s Back-to- School Bash

Fun was everywhere you looked at the Rancho Santa Fe Community Center’s Back-to- School Bash on Sept. 12.

Rancho Santa Fe Rotary Club to present second ‘Taste of Rancho Santa Fe’

The Rancho Santa Fe Rotary Club continues to live up to the motto, “Service Above Self,” and invites you to partner with the Rotary Club at the 2nd Annual Taste of Rancho Santa Fe on Oct. 12. Guests of the event, to be held from 4-7 p.m., will have an opportunity to stroll through the historic and iconic grounds of The Inn at Rancho Santa Fe while sampling fine wines and spirits from the Rancho Santa Fe area.

Rancho Santa Fe Historical Society acquires Covenant founder’s ledger

The Rancho Santa Fe Historical Society has acquired the ledger of Barton Millard, which dates back to the 1920s, and will unveil it at Coffee On The Patio Saturday, Sept. 20, at 10:30 a.m. at La Flecha House. Millard was a founding member of the Rancho Santa Fe Association, co-wrote the initial CC&Bs, and served four terms as its president.

Millard’s grandson, Pete Ragan, will discuss his recollections of his grandfather, who also worked on laying out the Rancho Santa Fe golf course with Olympian Jim Thorpe. The original Barton Millard house, designed by Lilian Rice, was located on 16 acres overlooking the reservoir. The 14’x 10” ledger covers the two-year period when Millard was building his house starting in 1927 as well as 53 years of grove records.

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