We meet the second Wednesday of the month, 7pm at the Clubhouse.
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Give your input to the Lushmeadows Community Wildfire Protection Plan.
4H Project In Full Bloom
The Daffodils by the clubhouse are beginning to bloom! For the past two years, Bootjack 4H Club has planted Daffodils on the Clubhouse hill where many years ago it was started as a tradition in memory of past loved ones in Lushmeadows. Due to drought and some rodents eating the bulbs, the number of daffodils have dwindled over the years.
Bootjack Club has also installed an owl box facing this open area in hopes to reduce the gophers, moles etc. If an owl chooses their box they will be recording it's activities. If no owl chooses to nest, they will move it to another location near the clubhouse and try again! Karen Robb the 4H Leader reported that this is what 4H is all about, learning by doing even if that means we learn by trial and error!
Email - A Great Way to Keep Informed!
Sal's Taco Wagon Night
Sal's Taco truck has been visiting Lushmeadows' once a month! Sal's schedule is forever changing. We will not always have Sal's the same Friday each month. Please keep an eye out for Sal's banners at the entrances four days prior to his Friday Taco Wagon Night. The winter months he will be at the Clubhouse from 5-7 p.m. In order for Sal's to keep coming he has to break even so please come dine with us whenever possible.
Come Share the Beauty of Lushmeadows
With family, friends, and neighbors.
Climb our hills, share woodland paths
with deer, and all creatures
Great and small.
Enjoy our lakes, and
Birds of the air.
Come share evening skies splashed
With crimson sunsets,
Moon drenched meadows,
Kidding Around at Dawn Lake Playground
Gussie Kidd reports that at least 15 families are attending the pre-school playgroup on Monday mornings at the playground. Several grandparents are coming with their grandchildren now. The group had a summer camp out at the lake. If you would like to attend, just show up any Monday with your baby/toddler/pre-schooler. The fun starts at 10:30am at the Dawn Lake Playground!
An Apple Orchard
The Lushmeadows Ranch Barns were built by the Preston Foundation of Los Angeles in 1943. The plan was to have a mountain dairy and milking barn and sell "exotic milk" in Los Angeles. It did not happen. The Barns were then sold to a judge and two lawyers out of Los Angeles who used it as a playground.... more
Important Phone Numbers
LM Clubhouse: 209 966 4611
Gate Key Information: Any Director
Propane - Campora: 559 683 4648
(Lushmeadows group rate)
Supervisor - Kevin Cann: 209 966 3222
Supervisor - John Carrier: 209 966 3222