The GOAT: Who do you want to win?
Seven rounds of golfing—36 holes of qualifying observed by five rounds of consistent play—has added us thus far in The GOAT Invitational: an 18-hole final between Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods at Pebble Beach Golf Links.
All for the name of Greatest Of All Time—The GOAT.
Who do you want to win? Most of the time we’ve requested that question, our response is mere conversation fodder. But seeing how this whole element is a myth, a mythical golf tournament conceived in our minds, we’re letting you make a decision. So it’s straightforward:
Go here in case you want Jack Nicklaus to win.
Go right here if you need Tiger Woods to win.
If you’ve followed alongside thus far, you might as nicely get a say in how it needs to give up.
Golf route update
The great deal-anticipated San Vicente Golf Course veggies and bunkers renovation work has been postponed, and the direction will stay open in April, San Vicente published on Facebook. San Diego Country Estates Association management is running to navigate thru a few open issues with the San Diego County Planning Department.
“We will offer updates to this project as work evolves and selections are made,” the Facebook submit continued. “In the intervening time, we look ahead to seeing golfers enjoy gambling our golfing path in April.”
PTA switch meet
Ramona Elementary School PTA will level a Community Swap Meet at the school, 415 Eighth St., from 7 a.M. To at least one p.M. Saturday, April 6. Crafters, companies, garage sale and other dealers welcome. Donations may be standard at the PTA booth. To reserve a sales space, email [email protected] or stop in the college workplace. Reservations are $15 consistent with the scope if paid with the aid of April 3 and $20 after. Proceeds go towards PTA packages at the college.
Kiwanis blood drive
Kiwanis Club of Ramona will associate with San Diego Blood Bank for a blood force in the Albertsons car parking zone, 1459 Main St., from nine:30 a.M. To two:30 p.M. Saturday, April 6. It’s Kiwanis’ annual One Day Event. Last yr Ramona Kiwanians packed food for the needy and delivered it to the Ramona Food & Clothes Closet. Prospective blood donors can also make an appointment at mysdbb.Org/ or call 800-469-7322. Drop-ins are welcome. Photo identity is needed.
Area citizens are invited to seize their boots and cowboy hats for San Vicente Valley Club’s Hometown Hoedown fundraiser on Saturday, April 6. The occasion featuring a barbeque buffet, usa western track, dancing, coins bar and silent auction can be from five:30 to nine:30 p.M. In San Vicente Resort, 24157 San Vicente Road.
Tickets are $ forty-five and available at 760-440-3062. Event proceeds will advantage nearby scholarships.
Ramona Woman’s Club will keep its annual Tea and Fashion Show at eleven:30 a.M. On April 11. This 12 months’ subject matter is “Hurrah for Hollywood.” Tickets are $25 each. Proceeds gain scholarships for Ramona college students. For tickets and more records, call 760-789-6631.
Cruis’n Ramona Car show
Muscle motors, classics, customs, motorcycles, hot rods and vehicles are invited to take part in Ramona American Graffiti Cruise’s Cruis’n Ramona Car Show in the Ramona Community Center parking zone, 434 Aqua Lane, on Saturday, April 13, from 10 a.M. To two p.M.
Sponsored using Poway Auto Group, Professional Contractor Supplies and Turquoise Barn Cider, the show will feature a characteristic loose, warm dogs and beverages, a silent auction and possibility drawing prizes in addition to an expansion of motors in the automobile parking space.
Donations from each automobile can be liked. All donations will go to the Ramona Senior Center.
For extra facts, call Leroy Clubb at 619-980-3647.
Easter Bunny photos
Free pictures with the Easter Bunny might be taken at Packards Coffee Shop, 680 Main St., from 1 to four p.M. On Sunday, April 14. Presented using Seidl’s Party Rentals & Supplies, the photos can be taken through Renee Ramos of Memories that last.
Donations might be universal to assist veteran applications of the VFW Post 3783 Auxiliary.