Rancho Santa Fe News
He’s no saint, but for Pete’s sake he’s not the heavy in this coaching battle.
REGION — As a budding surfer, Ricky Whitlock was introduced to Scott Sherwood through a mutual friend as a possible sponsor. The plan, Whitlock explained, was to meet with two other companies after the meeting with Sherwood.
Anita Lewis revels in the challenge of incorporating classical with modern. Combining her European cultural heritage and affinity for modern design with natural influences, her work is an intriguing fusion of design and fine art.
VISTA — The questions plaguing Brian and Maribel Child every day all revolve around their young daughter Kathryn: Is she getting enough medication? Is she getting enough nutrition? What else can they be doing to help their daughter? Is she going to make it to next month?
RANCHO SANTA FE — During a recent RSF School District board meeting, a parent whose children attend the district addressed the board about implementing a foreign language program for children in grades K-5.
REGION — Coordinated at marathon speed in about 30 days, the inaugural Team Hoyt San Diego fundraiser netted approximately $25,000 to help challenged athletes swim, bike, run.
DEL MAR — Council members unanimously agreed at the Jan. 20 meeting to move forward cautiously with a recommendation to form a small city police department, but only if the Sheriff’s Department is willing to work under such an arrangement.
The Florida State chant could be heard from outside Torrey Pines High’s gym.
REGION— MiraCosta Community College received initial approval to start a pilot baccalaureate program during the California Community Colleges Board of Governors meeting Tuesday.
ESCONDIDO — In ballet, most of the composers today’s artistic directors and dance choreographers have to work with have been dead for more than 200 years. But for Jean Grand-Maître, the artistic director of the Alberta Ballet, he’s found a pulse.