Hey, neighbors! It’s me again, Bettyann Pernice, your host of the Rancho Bernardo-4s Ranch Daily.


First, today’s weather:

Some brightening. High: 70, Low: 48.

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Here are the top stories in Rancho Bernardo-4s Ranch today:

  1. Two 4S Ranch students have been named “Most Remarkable Teen.” The program of the San Diego County Public Defender Youth Council recognizes youths ages 13 – 19 for their contributions and efforts in 25 categories. The council focuses on projects that promote civic engagement. The local honorees included Stephan Abrams and Flora Yuan. To learn more: Click into parenthesis, the click the link. (The San Diego Union-Tribune)
  2. Regular hours are back! Rancho Bernardo Senior Services is now open 9 a.m. β€” 3 p.m. With so much to offer the community, the center welcomes you to partake of its services: income tax preparation and filing, legal consultations, financial planning, senior housing placement consultations, health and safety, Medicare health insurance, flu shot, or other community resources. They also offer presentations and workshops. Rancho Bernardo Senior Services is a non-profit, funded solely by donations. To learn more: Click into parenthesis, the click the link. (RB Senior Services)
  3. Have you ever been victimized online? Cyber vigilance is needed to decrease the likelihood of being victimized. That was the message of San Diego Deputy District Attorney Brendan McHugh speaking at a recent CECRB virtual class. McHugh spoke of the ways that criminals use tech to steal money and information. Be careful! Find out what you need to know about cybercrime. To learn more: Click into parenthesis, the click the link. (The San Diego Union-Tribune)

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Today in Rancho Bernardo-4s Ranch:

  • RBX Lesson Bell Schedule – Rancho Bernardo High. (All Day)
  • RB Farmers Market – Bernardo Winery. (9 a.m.)
  • Six Personalities That Changed Our World β€” San Diego Oasis. (11 a.m.)
  • Hello Fall (21+) β€” Painting with a Twist. (7:30 p.m.)

Rancho Bernardo-4s Ranch Patch Notebook

  • 4S Ranch Library: “Join us today for a free flu shot clinic at the 4S Ranch Library from 3 p.m. – 5 p.m. for ages 9 and up hosted by our friends at Palomar Health.” (Facebook)
  • North San Diego Business Chamber: “Save the date for San Diego Women’s Week!” (Facebook)
  • 4S Ranch Library: “Vacunase contera la gripe gratis en la biblioteca 4S Ranch el miΓ©rcoles 17 de noviembre de 3 p.m. – 5 p.m. Este evento es para mayores de nueve aΓ±os y es presentado por Palomar Health.” (Facebook)
  • It’s back! “The Thanksgiving Day Thank You Run” returns to 4S Ranch Sports Park. For a 12th year the 5K and Kids 1K will be back in-person. The event will benefit the ###strong β€”Greater San Diego Chapter. To learn more: Click into parenthesis, then click the link. (Patch)
  • The Rotary Club of RB Pre-holiday fundraiser β€” “Poinsettia Fundraiser to benefit Marines and Sailors aboard Marine Corps Air Station Miramar.” (Facebook)
  • 4S Ranch-Del Sur Community Foundation β€” Grants application deadline is Dec. 20. (SD Union-Tribune)

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β€” Bettyann Pernice

About me: I have lived in Rancho Bernardo since 2006 and I am very happy to live in this wonderful town. I have been active in the Rancho Bernardo Community Council as well as the Planning Board. I am also a member of the Maintenance Assessment District (the MAD) which works with the City of San Diego to create our beautiful new medians. I am also vice president of HOA 2 in Seven Oaks. I am a regular contributor to Patch, Nextdoor, and Facebook. I am very pleased to be writing the Patch RB Newsletter as well.

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