The Rancho Santa Fe Art Gallery held its last reception May 9 at its longtime location in the Union Bank building in the RSF village. The gallery will be closing its doors on June 1, 2013, after 15 years to make room for the expansion “of our most dedicated supporters Union Bank.”
Dr. Benjamin Carson, a neurosurgeon, motivational speaker, philanthropist and author, spoke at a special event held May 8 at Morgan Run Club & Resort. The event was hosted by the Tri-City Tea Party.
The Rancho Santa Fe Foundation hosted the third annual golf tournament to support the Navy SEAL Foundation on May 7 at Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club.
Rear Adm. Margaret Kibben spoke in Rancho Santa Fe on May 7 at the Viewpoints event held at the Village Church.
Horizon Prep kicked up its heels to kick off its Annual Impact Fund with loads of fun for the whole family!
Cornerstone Wealth Management, an independent San Diego-based wealth advisory firm, held an Open House event May 9 for its newest office, located in Rancho Santa at 6105 Paseo Delicias, Suite 6-C, Rancho Santa Fe, 92067, (858) 676-1000; visit www.cornerstonewm.com.
The second annual “Wine, Women & Shoes” fundraiser benefiting Voices for Children was held May 11 at Lucky Jack Farm in Rancho Santa Fe, the equestrian facility of Patricia and Marc Brutten.
Rancho Santa Fe residents Jim and Candace Stuart held an event May 10 at their home for the exhibitors from the Ranch and Coast Horse Show at the Del Mar Horsepark, along with the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine and the Center for Equine Health. Olympic Rider Will Simpson and some of the top professional Hunter Riders also attended the event.
The Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club recently hosted the Valley Cup golf tournament, an annual golf tournament held for the last 24 years. The tournament includes the following clubs: Fairbanks Ranch Country Club, The Farms Golf Club, The Santaluz Club and Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club.
The 2013 Senior Send-Off for the founding chapter of Teen Volunteers in Action applauded its 2013 graduating class of 28 young men who have participated in over 900 events and accumulated 2,200 hours of community service.