Golfers can register to play in the second annual Golfing for a Cure charity tournament that will be held Aug. 2 at the San Vicente Resort to raise funds to fight cancer.
The golf tournament, organized by the Ramona Relay for Life Committee, is the group’s third and final event of the season with all proceeds going to the American Cancer Society.
Ramona Rotarian Bob Vaughn accepts donations to help pay for the July 4 Family Picnic & Fireworks at the entrance to the event behind Olive Peirce Middle School on Independence Day. Vaughn was in charge of a coordinating collections in front of Albertsons, Stater Bros. and Kmart several Saturdays before the fireworks. Donations totaled $8,571.72. Of that, $1,011.79 was donated at the July 4 event.
This year’s festivities cost $26,000. Donation canisters will remain in Ramona businesses through Monday in an effort to meet that goal. As of Friday morning, an estimated $23,500 had been collected from a variety of sources. Donations may be sent to Ramona Rotary Club, P.O. Box 276, Ramona, CA 92065 with checks made payable to Ramona Rotary Fourth of July.
Looking for a fun way to keep in shape? Come out and join us for another season of Ramona Soccer League’s adult coed soccer.
Whether you grew up playing soccer or you’ve just been jealous watching your kids have all the fun, it’s time to get
Participants compete in the Valley of the Sun Pitchers Duel Blind Draw Horseshoe Tournament on Saturday, June 22, at the Ramona Outdoor Community Center. The tournament was sponsored by Ramona Chamber of Commerce.
“Political Activism and the War on Traditional Values” will be the topic of the Ramona Tea’d Constitutional Forum on Saturday, June 29.
Guest speakers include Dr. Gina Loudon, constitutional author and radio host, and Dran Reese, president of the San Diego Salt and Light Council.
Ramona Rotary’s July 4th Family Picnic & Fireworks turns 21 this year, and it will take $26,000 to stage the festivities.
Donations are coming from individuals, businesses, organizations and families, with $19,568 raised as of midday Tuesday, event chair Peter Schiff said.
Ramona Town Hall continues to take reservations for its Old West Casino Night, “a night of gambling and good times, Old West style.”
The event will be in Town Hall, 729 Main St., from 6 to 10 p.m. on Saturday, June 22.
Western or 1890s period attire is suggested. Attendees must be at least age 21.
Advance reservations at $75 per person are being accepted. Admission includes food by John Little Catering, non-alcoholic drinks, blackjack, craps, roulette, poker and live ragtime piano tunes. Grand prize is $1,000 cash, and other prizes will be awarded.
Proceeds benefit Ramona Town Hall maintenance and renovation.
For reservations, call 760-789-0574 or 760-788-2509.
On Flag Day, June 14, Ramona Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3783 members Don Bailey and Andy Mandichak burn six bags of worn-out U.S. flags turned in by VFW members and residents of Ramona for traditional retirement of the flags in honor and respect for each flag.
Doug “Ranger Doug” Oliver, owner of Ranger Doug’s Shootists’ Emporium in downtown Ramona, will be the guest speaker at the June 18 meeting of the Ramona Pioner Historical Society.
The meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m. with a potluck dinner in the Barnett Barn on the grounds of the Guy B. Woodward
Pancakes, bacon, sausage, eggs, coffee, tea, orange juice and door prizes are on the menu for the Bill Carmichael Scholarship Pancake Breakfast in the Charles R. Nunn Performing Arts Center at Olive Peirce Middle School, 1521 Hanson Lane, from 8 to 11 a.m. on Saturday, June 8.
Proceeds from the annual breakfast benefit graduating seniors who are children of Ramona school district’s support staff.