Celebrants will mark the 10th anniversary of the iconic Fiscalini Ranch Preserve at 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 13, including a recreation of the ribbon-holding on the first full day ‘The Ranch’ was public property. Helping hold a ribbon more than a mile long on Nov. 17, 2000, the day after escrow closed on what was then known as East West Ranch, are, from left, Helen May, then president of the Cambria Community Services District; Doug Buckmaster; Ken Topping, then CCSD general manager; Consuelo Macedo; and Shirley Bianchi, then the 2nd district supervisor.
Celebrants will mark the 10th anniversary of the iconic Fiscalini Ranch Preserve at 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 13, including a recreation of the ribbon-holding on the first full day ‘The Ranch’ was public property. Helping hold a ribbon more than a mile long on Nov. 17, 2000, the day after escrow closed on what was then known as East West Ranch, are, from left, Helen May, then president of the Cambria Community Services District; Doug Buckmaster; Ken Topping, then CCSD general manager; Consuelo Macedo; and Shirley Bianchi, then the 2nd district supervisor.
Celebrants will mark the 10th anniversary of the iconic Fiscalini Ranch Preserve at 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 13, including a recreation of the ribbon-holding on the first full day ‘The Ranch’ was public property. Helping hold a ribbon more than a mile long on Nov. 17, 2000, the day after escrow closed on what was then known as East West Ranch, are, from left, Helen May, then president of the Cambria Community Services District; Doug Buckmaster; Ken Topping, then CCSD general manager; Consuelo Macedo; and Shirley Bianchi, then the 2nd district supervisor.

Ten years after: Celebrating acquisition of Fiscalini Ranch Preserve

November 11, 2010 9:22 AM