Letters to the editor for The Cambrian for August 9, 2018 include a call to support the Allied Arts Association and a thank you from the management team of the Community Presbyterian Church of Cambria Thrift Shop.
The Central Coast Renaissance Festival at Laguna Lake Park in San Luis Obispo last weekend was a place to leave behind every day life and let your imagination run wild, Cambrian columnist Dianne Brooke writes.
Letter to Cambria residents for Thursday, June 28, 2018, refer to water rates, downtown parking, a thank you to local fundraisers, the defeated Measure A-18 fire tax and proposed Community Service District rate hikes.
The Cambria Newcomers Club has been renamed to Cambria Neighbors Club after 21 years of operation. The club offers a way for North Coast residents, new or old, to connect at various locations around the area.
The Cambria Youth Athletic Association (CYAA), currently seeking volunteers for the upcoming sports year, is one of a number of opportunities for Cambria community members to donate their time, writes Cambrian columnist Charmaine Coimbra.
The heroic efforts of the hundreds of Pacific Wildlife Care volunteers — and staff — was recognized earlier this month when PWC received the “California Nonprofit of the Year” award for Senate District 17, which includes San Luis Obispo County.
Letters from Cambria residents for Thursday, May 10, 2018, focus on the benefits of a desalination plant and a resident running for Director of the Cambria Community Healthcare District Board in November.