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They Keep the Amenities Close and Style Closer in the Covenant

Within a few short miles of traveling east on Lomas Santa Fe Drive off of Interstate 5 is the west side of the Rancho Santa Fe Covenant.

Thousands Generously Donate During Chargers Blood Drive

Thanks to the generosity of more than 3,500 San Diegans, an impressive 1,091 units of blood were collected by the San Diego Blood Bank at the Chargers Drive XXXVI presented by San Diego County Credit Union.

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Home of the month: Cardiff Backcountry Grand Estate

This exceptional property high on a bluff in eastern Cardiff-by-the-Sea provides all the sprawling grandeur of a luxury estate with the comfortable beach vibe of Cardiff.

Hale Tribute Raises a Hearty $145,000 for Cerebral Palsy

United Cerebral Palsy announced that the tribute dinner honoring biotech pioneer David Hale of Hale Biopharma Ventures as the “Life Sciences Leader of the Year” raised more than $145,000.

You Really Don't Need the Sign to Know You're in Elfin Forest

Less than a mile or so from the densely populated community of San Elijo Hills is Elfin Forest.

Couple Receive Humanitarian Award for Service to Children

Project Concern International, a global health, development, and humanitarian nonprofit based in San Diego, recently honored a few San Diego businesspeople for their outstanding humanitarian work at its 26th annual Hands Across Borders Gala.

Credit Union and Its Members Rally to Support Rady Children’s

The San Diego County Credit Union recently supported Rady Children’s Hospital-San Diego as a sponsor of two special events.

Heroes Honored During American Indian Heritage Month

Two local heroes were honored by KPBS and Union Bank for American Indian Heritage Month in November.

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Home of the Month: Music-Inspired Mansion on Mount Helix

This residence at 4625 Calavo Drive on Mount Helix in La Mesa was built for Charles Wakefield Cadman in 1930, a famous American composer in Los Angeles. Cadman was considered one of the top Hollywood film composers at the time, and was considered an expert on American Indian music.

EY Volunteers Plant Seeds of Hope in Conservation Garden

EY (formerly Ernst & Young) gave all of its 300 accountants and other professionals in San Diego the day off recently to volunteer and give back to the community as part of its annual “EY Connect Day.”

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