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GRF Board unanimously passes recommended capital budget

Directors request artwork of pedestrian gate Acting on November recommendations by the GRF Planning Committee, the full GRF Board on Thursday unanimously approved a list of capital projects with an anticipated price tag of almost $6 million. The most expensive approvals included $916,000 for some costs related to replacing Rossmoor’s Jenark account...
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A tree and an indecisive grinch

Resident’s artificial tree taken, then suddenly reappears Call this the case of a grinch who had second thoughts. Patricia Carey’s holiday-decorating plans were thrown into chaos when she discovered that the artificial tree she and her husband, Sam Citron, had planned to bring inside was gone. It had vanished from the outdoor hallway leading to the...
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Exploring human connections in aftermath of the pandemic

Discussing and understanding the societal and emotional impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic is a mighty task. Rossmoorians tackled that head-on at an enlightening health and wellness symposium on Friday. While a rainstorm raged outside, around three dozen residents gathered inside the Fireside Room to tackle the emotional turbulence wrought by the pan...
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RAD named ‘Local Hero for Racial Justice’

The three founders of Rossmoor Advocates for Diversity say their goal as a group is to help make this community a more inclusive, welcoming one. That certainly isn’t the perception of everyone, they say. But that’s been changing over the past few years, and Aki Rasmussen, Cecelia Wambach and Jo Anne Lawrence believe their work in Rossmoor since Mar...
Posted on December 6, 2022