Earth Care Spirituality comes to Morro Bay

Combining “earth care” and spirituality, referred to as Blue Theology, the First Christian Church of Morro Bay will inaugurate a new project, Earth Care Ministries, and commission its first Director on Sunday, Aug. 27, at its 11 a.m. service. The church

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AAUW Morro Bay installs new officers

The Morro Bay Chapter of the American Association of University Women has installed its officers for the year 2017-2018. Sandy Rumbler and Barbara Spagnola will lead the organization as co–presidents. Assisting the presidents will be vice-presidents Ja

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A gathering of friends at the Rustic Diamond

It’s on the corner of Main and Surf and you might miss it if you speed on by in your car, so slow down, look for the sign in the window, turn on Surf, park in the back lot, and come on in to The Rustic Diamond. You’ll be glad you did! What will you fin

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What is a non-violent city?

Nonviolent Cities began six years ago as a project in Carbondale, Illinois with people who gathered together and organized to bring the concept of nonviolence to every aspect of their community, so that it would truly become a nonviolent city. Since then

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Morro Bay Lions Club: Ordinary people doing amazing things

The Morro Bay Lions Club is busy helping their community. This club that is part of the worldwide organization of Lions Clubs International is one of 46,000 clubs with 1.4 million members in 205 countries. This makes them the world’s largest service club

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  • Arts & Entertainment

    Watercolor classes and fun with drawing at Art Center Morro Bay

    More than 25 years ago Marjory Abeyta fell in love with her first Arabian horse, Wind Khloud and this special bond started her to begin drawing realistic equine portraits. On Monday, July 10 from 3 to 5 p.m., she will present a demonstration of equine por

  • Environment

    What If?

    MORRO BAY - What if the government decides to do away with the Environmental Protection Agency? What happens to the Morro Bay National Estuary Program? I spent some time with Executive Director, Lexie Bell recently to find out how things would pan out in

  • Community

    The other side of the story

    In fairness, it is necessary to let the public know the viewpoint of the Morro Bay Community Quota Fund (MBCQF) in relation to the conflict that arose with the business South Bay Wild. The Quota Fund’s Bylaws explain how the corporation was set up. Intere

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