We’re going to hold what we think is the 1st neighborhood Garage Sale here at RSM.
Over 20 homes are signed up to participate!
Our craigslist ad is here and will be updated with details and a map as the day draws closer: http://sfbay.craigslist.org/eby/gms/3756058296.html
If you’re not signed up and would like to participate and be listed on the maps, please email email@example.com.
For those of you who hate checks and paper bills as much as I do, you can now pay your annual dues using paypal. You do not need to have a paypal account, any credit or debit card will do. For your convenience, the transaction is set as a recurring annual subscription, which you can cancel at any time.
Details here: http://www.ranchosanmiguel.org/?page_id=579
From the store that brought us treat bags for the Rancho San Miguel “Get to Know Your Neighbors” Car Show- our very own RSM sale!
Costumes, face painting, balloon popping, pumpkin art, inflatable jump rides, snacks, witches brew- and prizes. The Rancho San Miguel Creepy Carnival was great fun – followed by the Haunted House at the Swim Club!
Here is a sample of a RSM Ballot
and a link to the Smart Voter website to learn more about the eleven propositions on that ballot.
Here’s another link, this one on the candidates for Walnut Creek City Council, with links to their position papers, if available, and websites (just click on each name for more information). Remember- Although incumbent Kish Rajan’s name is on the ballot, he has withdrawn from the race to take a position in Sacramento!
Last link: Where is your polling place?
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by Phil Toy FIRST PLACE WINNERS: 1. The car you would most like to have intimate relations in. … Continue reading
1 Evening, 6-9 PM, various dates.
Walnut Creek Store
This course teaches lay rescuers how to recognize and treat life-threatening emergencies, including cardiac arrest and choking for adult, child, and infant victims. Rescuers will learn to recognize the warning signs of heart attack, stroke and breathing difficulties. Students also learn how to perform CPR using a barrier device and how to effectively use an AED (Automated External Defibrillator).
ASHI CPR/AED certification card for Adult and Child is issued after all class requirements are met. Certification card is valid for two years.
CPR classes at Sports Basement Walnut Creek are weekly on the first and third Tuesday and second and fourth Wednesday from 6pm to 9pm.
NOTE: Class size is limited and classes typically fill up several weeks in advance. You must be 14 and older to receive a certification card (due to test comprehension and hands-on evaluation). Children under 14 are encouraged to take this course to learn the important skills but will not receive a certification card. Pre-registration is required:
Preregistration and Schedule
Thanks Phil- from the old to the new, are all pretty easy on the eyes!
Can’t wait to see your pictures- and the winners!
Another thanks to Mr. Hill