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Burning of dead brush likely to occur soon on Rossmoor hills

Work needed as part of shaded fuel break project P rogress is being made in removing excess brush from the hills above Rossmoor, making the valley a little safer for every acre cleared. Tom Cashion, Rossmoor’s director of public safety, said crews led by the Contra Costa County Fire Protection District are clearing about one acre per day as part of...
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Docents bring local history to life

A glimpse into the past Residents of Rossmoor tend to know a thing or two hundred. They tell fascinating stories, amazing a listener with knowledge and anecdotes. It shouldn’t come as a surprise, then, that so many volunteer as docents. Whether it’s at a museum or historic venue, this is another way to take on a new challenge and add another subjec...
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Counseling Services offers residents a helping hand

Many programs to meet life’s challenges Lynn Welch, the most recent addition to Rossmoor Counseling Services’ staff of full-time licensed clinicians, made a precise point as guest speaker at the Rossmoor Rotary Club’s Ap1ril 3 meeting. “We’re here for Rossmoor residents,” she said while providing an overview of Counseling Services’ many programs, s...
Posted on April 9, 2024