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Golf still booming in Rossmoor

The COVID-19 pandemic may have helped get people back on the golf courses again, but even with the pandemic-related shutdowns easing and more recreational activities once again at residents’ disposal, the two Rossmoor courses continue to see increasing numbers of users. Rossmoor’s courses hosted 7,285 rounds played in June, up slightly from 7,190 i...
Posted on July 26, 2022
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Committee recommends staying course on water reclamation

Soaring costs present reason for concern Saying more information is needed before a meaningful decision can be made, and despite a forecast of mounting costs, the GRF Planning Committee on Thursday voted to recommend to the full GRF Board to keep moving ahead with an ongoing study of building a wastewater reclamation facility to keep Rossmoor’s gol...
Posted on July 19, 2022
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Hope returns: Monthly casino trip for charity back in action

The City of Hope tours are back. That’s great news to those Rossmoor residents who love making the monthly casino bus rides that benefit important medical research. To their great thrill, those monthly adventures around Northern California resumed in May. Most significantly, this longstanding Rossmoor tradition raises funds for the City of Hope cli...
Posted on July 19, 2022
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Drinovsky takes over as Fitness Center manager

Passion” is a word that routinely comes out of Kristine Drinovsky’s mouth when talking about her career in the clinical exercise and fitness industry. “I have a passion for helping people,” Drinovsky told the Fitness Center Advisory Committee on July 13, upon being introduced as the center’s new manager. Drinovsky brings to Tice Creek Fitness Cente...
Posted on July 19, 2022
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News delivery may come on Thursday

A shortage of news carriers means some homes may not receive the Rossmoor News until Thursday. Residents are asked to wait until Thursday at 1 p.m. to report a missed delivery. When we know about an absence in advance, residents will be notified in the newspaper a week prior. However, because of illnesses, we may not know all addresses affected in ...
Posted on July 19, 2022
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Aquatics Advisory Committee Pool hours without lifeguards? ‘So far, so good,’ says official

Pool hours without lifeguards? ‘So far, so good,’ says official After some initial reticence, swimmers at the Dollar and Hillside pools appear to be growing used to getting in the pool without lifeguards around. It’s a situation unlikely to change anytime soon, as there’s no evidence the shortage of lifeguards in Rossmoor, or in much of the United ...
Posted on July 19, 2022
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John Bernardin goes to ends of the earth to find perfect gemstones

Lapidary Studio has display of some of his art Sometimes it’s the smallest of things that can have the greatest value – in more ways than one – and John Bernardin has been proving that for four decades. A retired research chemist and assistant director of the regional U.S. Department of Agriculture facility in Albany, this three-year resident of Ro...
Posted on July 12, 2022
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Beloved musician Rosemarie Krovoza retires as Chamber Music president

The Rossmoor Chamber Music Society is a much-loved, integral and revered part of Rossmoor’s arts community. So is Rosemarie Krovoza. After 12 years as the society’s president in which she has been a catalyst behind countless performances presented in Rossmoor, Krovoza has decided to retire. She will remain active in the music community. “I love bei...
Posted on July 12, 2022