Service to the community is what Ramona Kiwanis Club is seeking in candidates for its Glae McDonald Memorial “Children and Community First” Scholarship Program.
The club’s scholarship guidelines state that recipients “must have demonstrated a sincere desire to better themselves and their community, served as a positive role model with leadership potential and have a high degree of motivation necessary to succeed in their college or vocational school program.”
In addition to community service, awards will be granted based on student qualifications and financial need.
Applicants must have graduated from an accredited Ramona Unified School District high school or have received a General Education Development (GED) diploma no later than Aug. 31, 2014. Ramona graduates from previous years may apply.
Applications are available for download at kiwanisramonaca.org/index.html.
Application deadline is June 30.
For more information, contact Dr. Jose Luis Alvarado, Kiwanis Scholarship Committee chair at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ramonan Dennis Sargent’s bulldog Winston was the big winner at Kiwanis of Ramona’s 10th annual Bow Wow Pow Wow Fun Dog Show on Saturday. Winston, who walked off with a trophy and four ribbons, won Best of Show after winning two first-place honors and one second-place.
With 69 contestants and 10 categories, judges Kim Lasley and Ellen and John Massie stayed busy discussing and deciding on the winners.
The event, held in the Ramona Outdoor Community Center Pavilion, raised about $4,500 for the club, which will put the money toward scholarships and community and school projects.
Results of this year’s dog show, with the dog’s name first, followed by the owner’s name (some did not provide last names to Kiwanis), are:
Best Costume (Adult’s Dog)
1. Shadow Stephanie DeFrank
2. Spike= Dennis
3. Thor Justin Webster
Best Costume (Child’s Dog)
1. Brody Hunter Marty
2. Halo Cora Kruger
Most Beautiful Dog (Female)
1. Chantel Marylya Boecher
2. Mistletoe Jonathan/Jana Klinman
3. Nala Sara Fredrikson
Most Handsome Dog (Male)
1. Dino Kathie Stedham
2. Winston Dennis Sargent
3. Sunny Penelope Fox
Dog and Owner Look Alike
1. Winston Dennis Sargent
2. Chantel Marylya Boecher
3. Brody Hunter Marty
Most Talented Dog
1. Truman Marion
2. Cody Cynthia Manning
3. Thor Justin Weber
Best Tail Wagger
1. Dante Evalyn Brown
2. Raley Rick
3. Truman Marion
Most Unusual Markings
1. Winston Dennis Sargent
2. Brody Hunter Marty
3.Tiberius Jim Galindo
Cutest Little Dog
1. Dante Evelyn Brown
2. Sunny Penelope Fox
3. Hannah Carol Foster
1. Case Erin Corbus
2. Brody Hunter Marty
3. Tiberius Jim Galindo
All-you-can-eat barbecue baby back ribs and chicken will fill plates at the 9th Annual Ramona Community Rib Fest at Olive Peirce Middle School on Saturday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Proceeds will benefit Ramona Senior Center’s Nutrition Program.
Tickets are $15 for teens and adults. Hot dog dinners for children age 12 and younger are $2.
Potato salad and cole slaw will be added to the $15 plates. Chips will be with the children’s dinners. Tea and lemonade also will be served. In addition, a bake sale, music, face painting, root beer floats, soda and drawings for prizes are planned. To-go dinners are $15. The event will be in the school’s performing arts center, 1521 Hanson Lane. See www.ramonaseniorcenter.com for more.
Donations topped the $16,000 mark Monday, as Ramona Rotary Club continues its efforts to raise $25,000 for this year’s Independence Day fireworks event.
Donations so far include $2,000 from the Norris Hinkle Family and $1,000 each from Dr. Malcolm J. Boykin DDS, Ramona Disposal Service, Ramona Chamber of Commerce, Kiwanis Club of Ramona and Kritter Kamp Boarding Kennel.
Thursday, June 19 TOPS—Ramona Chapter of TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly), Grace Community Church, 1234 Barger Place, 9 a.m. Weigh-in at 8:30 a.m. RAMONA LIBRARY, 1275 Main St., 9:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tai Chi at 9 a.m., English as a Second Language at 9:30 a.m., Toddler Storytime at 10:30 a.m., All Star Learners at [...]
Don Bailey, his sons Levi and Sam, and Andy Mandichak burn some worn-out U.S. flags at Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3783 on Flag Day, June 14. The old flags are bought to the post by those who want their flags properly disposed of with honor and respect.
Limited spaces remain at Ramona United Methodist Church Summer Day Camp that will start on June 9 and continue for the 11 weeks of summer.
Camp hours are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays for children ages 5 to 10. The camp is licensed by Community Care License through the State of California #376700812.
For more information, call 760-789-3435 or check go to www.lplc.ramonaumc.org.
Residents and visitors have an opportunity to see what life on a farm is like when five Ramona farms open their gates for tours on Saturday, June 7.
The fifth annual Farm Tour Day, sponsored by San Diego County Farm Bureau, will showcase the county’s diverse agricultural enterprises
RAMONA VALLEY OF THE SUN TOURNAMENT, sponsored by Ramona Girls Softball, softball fields at Ramona High School and Ramona Community Park. Three-day event to feature 39 teams from San Diego County, vendors and events. More: www.eteamz.com/ramonagirlssoftball1.
Ramona’s annual CROP Hunger Walk, sponsored by Church World Service and organized by First Congregational Church of Ramona, will step off at a new location this year — First Congregational Church, 404 Eighth St., on Sunday, May 18, at 12:30 p.m.
The walk is 5km — about 3.1 miles. Water stations will be provided along the way. The end of the route will return walkers to First Congregational Church, where participants will be treated to a free picnic lunch.