Rancho Santa Fe

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The community of Rancho Santa Fe is home to approximately 3,000 residents and an abundance of eucalyptus trees.Distinguished by both its sprawling estates and Lilian Rice architecture, the Ranch was the place to be for early Hollywood and continues to be home to many affluent and well-known residents.In the Bing Crosby era, the community became popular among Crosby himself and those in the Del Mar Racetrack scene.

Golf, equestrian activities and social galas were as popular with residents and visitors alike in the Ranch’s beginnings as they are today.

Population: Approximately 3,000

Housing units: Approximately 1,200

Median income: more than $189,065

Education: 68.4 percent of residents have a bachelor’s degree or higher

Jose Aponte takes part in Rancho Santa Fe Library special event

Jose Aponte takes part in Rancho Santa Fe Library special event

RANCHO SANTA FE — In recognition of Rancho Santa Fe Library Guild’s Annual Meeting, the guild hosted a special event with guest speaker, Director of San Diego Library, Jose Aponte on April 15. Before Aponte took center stage at the library, Art Yayanos, library guild board president, gave Aponte a unique introduction. “One of these […]

New York author moves to Rancho Santa Fe finds new inspiration with a breast cancer nonprofit

New York author moves to Rancho Santa Fe finds new inspiration with a breast cancer nonprofit

RANCHO SANTA FE — Adrienne Falzon admires the blooming roses around her and the picturesque scenery at the Rancho Santa Fe Library.  Falzon and her family moved to Rancho Santa Fe from New York City last October, and according to her, it’s the best decision she has ever made. “This all you need as far […]

Rancho Santa Fe women honored at prestigious luncheon

Rancho Santa Fe women honored at prestigious luncheon

RANCHO SANTA FE — On April 9, the 2014 Women of Dedication Luncheon, hosted by The Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary, honored 14 women in San Diego County for its 49th annual event. Two of the honorees were Rancho Santa Fe residents. Both recognized for their devoted volunteerism, Rosalie Camacho and Rosalie Gerevas, were humbled by […]

Rancho Santa Fe School considers middle school camp switch

RANCHO SANTA FE — Every year, the sixth-grade class at Rancho Santa Fe School travels up to Camp Marston in Julian. However, for the fall of 2014, Principal Garrett Corduan proposed a different camp site to the board of trustees at the Rancho Santa Fe School District. Rather than going back to Camp Marston, it […]

RSF Garden Club hosts 4th annual Grand Village Tag sale

RSF Garden Club hosts 4th annual Grand Village Tag sale

RANCHO SANTA FE — More than 40 vendors took part at the 4th Annual Grand Village Tag Sale hosted by the Rancho Santa Fe Garden Club on April 12.  On average, the event raises $3,000 for the nonprofit organization. “This annual event is a great way to do your spring cleaning,” said Rancho Santa Fe […]

Rancho Santa Fe Democratic Club welcomes California Lt. Governor

Rancho Santa Fe Democratic Club welcomes California Lt. Governor

A sold out crowd packed the Lomas Santa Fe Country Club on April 3 for a special evening hosted by the Rancho Santa Fe Democratic Club. More than 100 attendees took part in the event to meet California Lt. Governor, Gavin Newsom. “Part of the mission of our club is to educate voters in the […]

RSF Garden Club brings smiles to Camp Pendleton

RSF Garden Club brings smiles to Camp Pendleton

RANCHO SANTA FE — In the spring of 2008, “Petals for Patriots” was created by David Root, a San Diegan floral designer who decided to brighten up the spirits of the wounded warriors at the Balboa Naval Hospital. It didn’t take long for garden clubs to take part in the project, including the Rancho Santa […]

Moroccan Fantasy Gala promises a night to remember

RANCHO SANTA FE — The Rancho Santa Fe Community Center is known for hosting spectacular annual galas. Marking their 10th annual event May 17, they’ve decided to do something quite unique. Their “Moroccan Fantasy Gala,” will be held at their very own community center and its becoming a highly anticipated event. Event co-chairs Alexia Bregman […]

Hannah Kent speaks at ‘Spring Author Talk’

Hannah Kent speaks at ‘Spring Author Talk’

RANCHO SANTA FE — The Rancho Santa Fe Library Guild is gearing up for their “Spring Author Talk” featuring Hannah Kent April 24. Author of the historical fictional piece, “Burial Rites,” critics are calling Kent’s debut novel brilliant.  The literary work takes readers back to Iceland, in 1829, when a young lady is indicted for […]

Serving country is integral part of RSF resident’s life

Serving country is integral part of RSF resident’s life

RANCHO SANTA FE — For some, serving their country is a four-year enlistment, and for others, it remains an integral part of their lives. The latter example is a perfect profile for Rear Adm. Russell S. Penniman. In 1979, Penniman graduated from the United States Naval Academy, and in 1981, earned his wings as a […]

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