President’s Report

Scripps Ranch Loses A "Favorite Son"

When I moved to Scripps Ranch, my first experience with the community was playing softball with the Old Pros. It was there that I first met Steve Allen. Over the years I came to know and respect Steve as "one of the good guys."

He was always cheerful, ready to lend a helping hand, and offer a "cold one" to the new guy on the team. As life moved on, my softball playing days ended but my appreciation for Steve and the Old Pros has grown. He and they are a "comfortable group of guys" who enjoy life and love and support our community.

Steve will be missed–the good ones always are. But, we all know that right now he is hitting `em out of the park in his new league and standing ready to welcome the "new guy."

So let’s all take a moment to remember Steve as he would like us to, with a smile on his face, a twinkle in his eye, a helping hand, and maybe even a "cold one" for everyone. There is more about Steve on pages 13 and 19.

SRCA Elections

At our Tuesday, June 10, SRCA meeting we will vote on even-numbered District Representatives–both incumbents and new. If you are interested, give Gordon Boerner a call at 689-2411. He will be happy to hear from you.

Middle School Update

Also at our June SRCA meeting we will review and update the community on the status of this most important project. The school portion of the meeting will begin at 7:30 pm.

SRHS Graduation

Congratulations to all the graduating seniors. Over the past several years, Grad Night has worked well to keep our seniors safe, but it never hurts to take the time to remind our new graduates about the dangers of drinking and driving. It was not that long ago that we lost several of our graduates to alcohol-related accidents right here in Scripps Ranch.

School Is Ending–Let’s Be Careful

With the coming of June, we can expect more children to play outside and enjoy the community. Please remember that Scripps Ranch’s wonderful hills and winding streets can be dangerous to children when we don’t drive defensively. Please slow down and drive safely.

Marc Sorensen, President