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Mary Hurt to join GRF as District I director

Mary Hurt will be appointed to the GRF Board as the District I director at the regular meeting of the Board on Thursday, Dec. 3. She replaces John Kikuchi, who resigned on Oct. 11 because he was moving from Rossmoor. Two residents from District I applied for the position and several directors interviewed them, selecting Hurt to fill the vacancy and...
Posted on December 1, 2020
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INSIDETHENEWS Section A ….

INSIDETHENEWS Section A Arts and Leisure........... 20-30A Classified....................... 31-39A Food & Drink.....................21A Main News...................... 1-19A Pets’ Page............................30A Residents’ Photos......... 24-25A Section B Bridge & Games...................5B Channel 28 TV Guide........16B Health...........
Posted on December 1, 2020
 

Bus service available to shopping centers

Starting Dec. 7, the Trans- portation Department will offer bus service to the Veranda Shopping Center in Concord, the Sun Valley Mall in Concord, and the Crossroads Shopping Center in Pleasant Hill. The service is available Monday through Friday only. Residents must call by at least noon the day before service is requested. Due to COVID-19 restric...
Posted on December 1, 2020
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Creek-restoration work wraps up

Restoration work on Tice Creek wrapped up earlier this month, with a little assist from Mother Nature. Building Maintenance Manager Clayton Clark was eager to get the long-awaited project finished before rains arrived. The construction work began Oct. 12 and finished Nov. 10, just days before Rossmoor got its first wet weather of the season. “The r...
Posted on November 24, 2020
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There are still reasons to be grateful

Residents pause to give thanks during tough 2020 Celebrating Thanksgiving during a global pandemic is not exactly what anyone wanted this year. Plus, we’re still recovering from wildfires, the divisiveness of the presidential election, civil unrest and the crisis in health care, among other things that seem to have come out of left field this year....
Posted on November 24, 2020
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Rossmoor charitable organizations salute generous donors who kept them afloat

Rossmoor charitable organizations are holding their own in 2020, despite having to cancel the vast majority of annual fundraisers due to the pandemic. The organizations say it’s the generosity of Rossmoor residents that’s kept them afloat. Leanne Hamaji, president of Rossmoor Lions Club, said the club flourished financially in 2020. “Rossmoor Lions...
Posted on November 24, 2020
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New web portal will be a real boon for residents

Task force impressed by preview Asneak peek at Rossmoor’s soon-to-be rolled out web portal was met with enthusiasm by the GRF Planning Committee’s new Ad Hoc Communications Task Force last week. The new portal will make it easier for residents to sign up for Recreation’s ticketed events, such as movies, excursions and classes; golf course tee times...
Posted on November 24, 2020
 

Bob Kelso’s Q&A is on Dec. 10

GRF Board President Bob Kelso will move his December live Q& A forum from the first Thursday of the month to Dec. 10, from 2 p.m. until there are no additional questions. Kelso will answer residents’ questions live on the video conference website Zoom. The session was moved a week because it conf licted with the GRF Board meeting. Residents are...
Posted on November 24, 2020