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Same last name, new president at RB Kiwanis Club

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John Sleeper, who succeeded his wife, Julie, said he’d like to increase the opportunities for volunteers to participate in meaningful ways to create healing moments in the community.

Joyce Handa leads all-female Poway Kiwanis officer corps

President Joyce Handa, left, with President-elect Liz Carlson, Secretary Gina Sheehan and Treasurer Thelma Fisher.

The Poway Kiwanis Club will be looking to expand its membership and take on new service projects under new President Joyce Handa.

Green Valle Garden Club celebrates 50 years

The Green Valle Garden Club. Photo by Emily Sorensen

You may not be aware of who the Green Valle Garden Club is, but you’ve probably enjoyed their work around Poway.

Third generation joins Poway Kiwanis Club

Cal Pancheri, center, with daughter Patti Ryder, left and granddaughter Karin Sherr.

Poway Kiwanis Club history was made Sept. 18 when a third generation of a local family joined the club.

Don Glover, Karen Mortimer leading Rancho Bernardo Rotary clubs

Karen Mortimer, president of Rancho Bernardo Sunrise Rotary Club

Increasing their clubs’ charitable service locally and abroad are among two Rancho Bernardo Rotary presidents’ goals.

Rancho Bernardo Kiwanians host pancake breakfast

Madelyn Manuel at the pancake breakfast. Photo by Criselda Yee

Around $20,000 was raised during the 46th annual Rancho Bernardo Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast on Saturday at RB High.

GOP Women help homeless kids

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The Rancho Bernardo Republican Women Federated’s Education Committee members filled 50 tote bags with school supplies to be given to the Monarch School.

Mayor gives city update to RB Rotarians

San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer, left, with Rancho Bernardo “Noon” Rotary Club President Don Glover. Photo by Elizabeth Marie Himchak

San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer told Rancho Bernardo “Noon” Rotarians that it is efforts like theirs that help make San Diego a great community.

Rancho Bernardo Soroptimist co-presidents want to help more women

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Rancho Bernardo Soroptimists Pam Warnock and Toni Wozmak have been elected to lead their club for the coming year.