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Facing death with the help of hospice

Standing in the doorway of my parent’s garage I embraced my mother for what seemed like an eternity. Deep down inside I knew (and perhaps she as well) that difficult days lay ahead. It was during this visit that I realized how much pain she was experiencing. Unbearable as it was she still refused to […]

Comments Off on Facing death with the help of hospice / April 13, 2012 | Posted in Commentary | Read More »

Seniors give to Snowline

Snowline Hospice of El Dorado County would like to recognize the Cameron Park Country Club Seniors for their generous donation of $3,121 — the culmination of many hours of hard work fundraising throughout the past year. The Outreach Committee, led by John Ray, presented this donation to Snowline Executive Director Michael Schmidt during the group’s […]

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Committee gives big to veterans

More than $51,000 has been allocated for distribution to local veterans’ causes by the Serrano Salute to Valor committee. The third Serrano Salute to Valor golf tournament was hosted by members of the Serrano Country Club in September for the benefit of local veterans and their families. “Salute to Valor is now the largest, non-governmental source of […]

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The fall season begins with lots of activities and fun for all

The Cameron Park Community Services District has great activities planned for fall. Pack up the family and join the fun. Cameron Park Country Fest, featuring the music of Robby James and the Streets of Bakersfield and the Kenny Frye Band, will have your tows tapping from 3 to 8 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 10 at […]

Comments Off on The fall season begins with lots of activities and fun for all / September 06, 2016 | Posted in Cameron Park Life | Read More »

McNaughton Newspapers names Esposito COO

Village Life Publisher Richard Esposito has been named chief operations officer for McNaughton Newspapers Inc., the newspaper’s parent company. The appointment was announced Dec. 8 by CEO Foy S. McNaughton and was effective immediately. Esposito will oversee daily operations for all company operations, which include Village Life, the Mountain Democrat, the Daily Republic, The Davis Enterprise, among other […]

Comments Off on McNaughton Newspapers names Esposito COO / December 14, 2015 | Posted in Featured Stories | Read More »

El Dorado County Veteran of the Year: Joe Whiten

El Dorado Hills resident and U.S. Army Reserve veteran Joe Whiten combined his passions for golf and helping veterans to create the Serrano Salute to Valor Golf Tournament that in the past two years has raised nearly $52,000 for military veterans. For what he has done to help veterans, Whiten will be named El Dorado […]

Comments Off on El Dorado County Veteran of the Year: Joe Whiten / November 11, 2015 | Posted in Feature Photos,News | Read More »

Fall fun is just around the corner

September begins the fall season with lots of Cameron Park Community Services District activities and fun for all.  Community events Labor Day at the pool — Celebrate the holiday at the Cameron Park Community Pool from 1 to 5 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 7 and pay only $1 for entry and $1 for food. Activities include […]

Comments Off on Fall fun is just around the corner / August 26, 2015 | Posted in Cameron Park Life | Read More »



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