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Easter egg hunts, rodeo ticket sales kickoff among Ramona activities this week

VFW and Ladies Auxiliary Post 3783 Easter Egg Hunt, 1 p.m., Easter Sunday, corner of Hunter and Kelly streets. 4,500 candy- and toy-filled eggs. The hunt will be divided into age groups. Easter Bonnet and Baseball Cap contest to follow Easter egg hunt.

Ramona students place wreath at Tomb of Unknown Soldiers in Arlington National Cemetery

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Ramona eighth-graders placed a wreath at the Tomb of Unknown Soldiers of the Civil War on Monday, before leaving for the airport and their flight home. Their plane is due to arrive in San Diego at 10:48 tonight.
Among other sites they visited at Arlington National Cemetery, the 63 Olive Peirce Middle School students and 12 adults accompanying them spent time at President John F. Kennedy’s gravesite and the eternal flame at Kennedy’s burial site.

Students find Ramona connection during East Coast trip

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Ramona eighth-graders continue to explore the nation’s capital and Arlington, most recently the 9/11 Pentagon Memorial, the Marine Corps War Memorial with the bronze sculpture of servicemen raising the U.S. flag during World War II’s Battle of Iwo Jima, the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial and Smithsonian Institution.

Teed-off TEA’d: Where’s the coverage?

I don’t understand why the Sentinel does not report the activities of the Ramona TEA’d at the forum other than the advance notice of the monthly meeting submitted by Ramona TEA’d. It is not necessary to be a supporter of the tea party to report news.

Day 3: Capitol Building

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Sixty-three Olive Peirce Middle School eighth-graders spent much of Day 3 of their Washington, D.C., trip in the Capitol Building.

Ramona school trustee Kim Lasley, one of six district chaperones on the trip, sent several photos from their tour of the meeting place of the U.S. Congress.

Car strikes ambulance at Sixth and Main Friday afternoon

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A 37-year-old female passenger was transported to Palomar Medical Center with facial injuries after the vehicle she was in struck a private ambulance at Sixth and Main streets about 2:45 this afternoon, said authorities.

California Highway Patrol Officer Brian Kattke said the silver Suzuki ZX4 was northbound on Sixth Street and the driver thought it was clear to cross Main Street when it broadsided a private ambulance. The front of the car sustained major damage. Four people were in the Suzuki — the female driver from Warner Springs, and two females and one male, all who are special needs from Ramona, said Kattke. Only the 37-year-old was

32 teams to participate in 2014 24-hour Ramona Relay for Life

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Representatives of 32 teams will line up for the Opening Ceremony of American Cancer Society’s 2014 Relay for Life of Ramona at 8 a.m. Saturday.

The 24-hour event, which raises money for cancer research and education, will be held at Wilson Stadium, 720 Ninth St. All are welcome.

First Philadelphia, then Washington, D.C., for 63 Ramona eighth-graders

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It’s Day 2 in Philadelphia for 63 Olive Peirce Middle School eighth-graders who will be in Washington, D.C. tonight.

They went to Independence Hall and Liberty Bell today and had an amazing tour guide named Joe Benton, reports Ramona school trustee Kim Lasley, one of six district chaperones on the trip.

Box Office Leaders

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Captain America: The Winter Soldier PG13 Steve Rogers teams up with The Black Widow to fight corruption in Washington, D.C.

Noah PG13 Based upon the Biblical story, God commands Noah to build an ark to save creation from the devastation of the Great Flood.

Divergent PG13 In a futuristic world, a young woman must join with the mysterious four to battle those wishing to eliminate the divergents.

A taste of our planning group

Most people with common sense agree that the focus on traffic should be the areas of growth (Cumming Ranch, Montecito Ranch) and the limited scope of Highway 67 to handle traffic as is. There is no growth coming from the Estates and Keyes Road.

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