Updates & Announcements

The San Vicente Valley Club’s Mardi Gras Fundraiser  took place on Saturday March 1st from 6:00 – 10:00 PM at the San Vicente Resort. The Club changed it up a little with dinner and a New Orleans band. Proceeds from the evening benefit the club’s community funding and student scholarships. For a list of our donors, please see 2014 Mardi Gras Sponsors.

A Sincere Thank You to all who are contributed their time and energy to make the 2013 Annual Home Tour a success. In the past nine years, over $154,000 was raised and donated back to our community in the form of scholarships and community funding to nonprofit organizations. For a list of our donors, please see 2013 Home Tour Patrons.

Book Marks – Reading List for 2013-2014
Click Here for list of books that will read 2013-2014

Find a new interest and meet some of our members.  Have you visited our Interest Groups ?
Book Marks – Book Club
Bridge Marathon
Bunco
Lunch Bunch
Theatre Group

Friends of Ramona Library
All the current news about our Library can be found at the Friends new website: http://friendsoframonalibrary.org and by reading the Friends newsletter, The Friendly Wave, posted on the site.

Send all Updates To Maxine McNamara


Monthly Meeting

A General Meeting and luncheon is held the last Wednesday of each month, September through June, at the San Vicente Resort, 24157 San Vicente Road, Ramona.

  • Check in and social time – 11:00 am
  • Call to Order – 11:30 am
  • Luncheon – Noon
  • Program – 1:00 pm

The luncheon is open to the public, with members and guests encouraged to make a reservation at the San Vicente Resort  front desk by the Friday before the meeting. The cost is $12.00.

For membership and luncheon information, call Maxine McNamara at 760-788-6189.

April 2014

Donna Murdoch will bring Blaze and Koty who compete in dog agility. They will be demonstrating the sport and show video of recent competitions. This exciting, athletic event requires top conditioning, concentration, training and, most importantly, teamwork as the agile dogs negotiate a tricky obstacle course, including weaving through poles, bounding over jumps, and balancing on boards. The ultimate goal is to complete the course accurately and quickly. Donna, Blaze and Koty compete several weekends a month in agility trials in California and have traveled to both the AKC Agility Invitational and the AKC National Agility Championships to compete. Donna will also take time to familiarize the Club with their breed commonly known as Tollers.

SVVC April 2014

March 2014

San Vicente Valley Club’s Luncheon will be on Wednesday, March 26th at the San Vicente Valley Resort, 24157 San Vicente Road. The luncheon is open to the public; guests are encouraged to make reservations at the front desk or call Maxine McNamara 760-788-6189 by Friday March 21th. The cost is $12.00.  If a cancellation is necessary please contact Maxine.

 Ali Crumpacker, director of the Fund For Animals Wildlife Center in Ramona will speak to us about the Center which was founded in 1984, is one of the animal care centers in the country operated by the Humane Society of the United States. The facility provides year-round medical and rehabilitative care to ill, injured or orphaned predatory species of wildlife including eagles, raptors, bobcats, cougars and coyotes with the goal of releasing them back into the wild. The FFA Wildlife Center rehabilitates nearly 500 animals each year. FFA Wildlife Center staff and volunteers also maintain the center’s 75 resident animals, many of whom were used by people to turn profits for entertainment in the exotic pet trade. Because these animals were born in captivity and/or raised by humans, these resident animals could not be returned to the wild and, therefore, must live in sanctuary at the center.