The Ugandan Orphans Choir, a ministry of Childcare Worldwide, will present a concert in Ramona on March 5.
Hosted by Spirit of Joy Lutheran Church, the 10 Ugandan children will present their songs and dances in the church, 1735 Main St., at 7 p.m.
All 10 children have been given hope through Childcare Worldwide’s Sponsorship Program and are spreading that hope to audiences across the United States, states an announcement of their performance in Ramona.
She calls herself the “traveling yoginista” and among her many adventures was delivering aid to typhoon victims in the Philippines.
Desiree Crossman, a 2000 Ramona High School graduate, didn’t have to travel far to deliver the aid last November — it took about a 4 1/2-hour boat ride to take food and building supplies to the residents of the isolated village of DapDap on Ponson Island.
Family and friends will gather at Mountain View Community Church this weekend to celebrate the life of Senior Pastor Charles Youngkin.
Known as Charlie, the vibrant 60-year-old’s sudden death Feb. 12 is being attributed, in part, to the H1N1 flu virus.
At just 17 years old, Irene Dresback embarked on a cross-country trip to marry her 19-year-old high school sweetheart, Ralph Kling, just before he was to be shipped overseas to fly a P-47 fighter plane.
That was 70 years ago, and their love has endured through the decades.
Teenage snowboarder and former Ramonan Seamus O’Connor, who represented Ireland at the Winter Olympics in Russia, came close to making the finals in the men’s halfpipe on Feb. 11.
After qualifying for the semifinals, he posted a score of 54.00 in the first run, enough for fourth overall at that stage with the top six advancing to the final, but he couldn’t improve on his score in the second run and finished ninth out of 12 competitors, posted the Olympic Council of Ireland on its website.
Four Ramona High School athletes signed national letters of intent for college on National Intent Signing Day 2014 today, Feb. 5. From left are Amber Davis, who will play softball for Stony Brook University in New York; Kailey Hill, who will play softball for University of San Diego; Travis Kerchner, who will play football for U.S. Naval Academy in Maryland; and Matt Lawler, who will attend U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado.
Ramona High School senior Brenna Brean sang the national anthem during the State of the County ceremony at the County Operations Center in San Diego.
“Amazing. It’s undescribable, and it’s such an honor to be here,” Brean said at the event on Jan. 29.
Getting on the bus bound for weeklong sixth-grade camp at Lake Cuyamaca Monday morning are Mt. Woodson Elementary students, from left, MacKenzie Beam, Alexis Sampson, Michaela Burgos, MacKenzie Nolan and Christian Nettleton.
Jan 30 2014 | Posted in Local Spotlight
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About 1,300 volunteers — three in Ramona — took to the streets Friday in the annual countywide homeless count to give government agencies and charities an idea of how many people are living on the streets or in shelters.
Ramona volunteers Kathleen Kelley, Joe Minervini and U.S. Navy Chief Wiley Nowling met at 5:30 a.m. in the Jack in the Box parking lot at 1056 Main St., got into Minervini’s vehicle and spent the next three hours traveling throughout town to get as close a count as possible.
Cortie Dove of Ramona and his golf partners took first place at the National Kidney Foundation Cadillac Golf Classic National Finals this month.
The team shot rounds of 60-58-59 for a 39-under-par total in the 54-hole, four-person scramble tournament played Jan. 17 to 19 at The Links at Spanish Bay, Spyglass Hill Golf Course, and the Pebble Beach Golf Links at the Pebble Beach Resorts in Pebble Beach.