April 23, 2017

Engineering with Legos at the Ray Miller Community room

  • On Saturday, Finn Williams, 5 1/2, of Cotati, built a lego house in the Cotati Room. Kids were invited to attend PlayWell, and play with legos and build houses, etc. Photo by Jane Peleti

Engineering with Legos at the Ray Miller Community room


And they're off. . .

And they're off. . . 

Community quickly rallies for Project Grad

Pancake breakfast May 13 at 8 am at the fire Station #2, at the corner of Golf Course Drive and Country Club Dr.

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Senior Cougars last swim at Honeybee Pool

This was the last time the Rancho seniors would swim as Cougars at Honeybee Pool.


SRJC Career Expo, April 26

 “Career Talks” —a popular segment of last year’s career expo—will be returning to the Bertolini Student Center stage. Career workshops will take place on the third floor (room 4875) of the Lawrence A. Bertolni Student Center. Both "Career Talks" and the career workshops will be presented by a variety of industry professionals who are experts in their field.


Do you think the Republicans should try again to repeal the Affordable Care Act?
Yes, itís a terrible law that has hurt America more than itís helped.
No, they should work to make the law better rather than repeal it.
Iím not sure, it has its good points and bad points.