KING CITY — Southern Monterey County Republican Women Federated will host its monthly luncheon meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 3, at 11:30 a.m. at King Kora Restaurant, 611 Canal St., in King City. Guest speaker will be Denice Gary-Pandol, Republican candidate for U.S. Senate, who will discuss her candidacy for the position that was held by Diane Feinstein. At the end of the meeting, members will organize items gathered for the troops serving overseas. Items can be brought to the meeting or dropped off at the Rustler/Tribune newspaper office in King City or the King City Library. Everyone is welcome to attend the meeting. For reservations and more information, call 831-385-1333 or email [email protected].
GREENFIELD — South Monterey County Joint Union High School District is developing its next Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) and new Facilities Master Plan, which will be implemented beginning next school year and over several years after. The District is planning multiple community forums to gather input not only from students, staff and parents, but also from the greater community to help design curriculum pathways for future graduates and the facilities that will support them. The first two meetings, with a focus on facilities, are set for Oct. 3 in the Student Union at Greenfield High School, 225 S. El Camino Real, and Oct. 10 in the Library at King City High School, 720 Broadway St., both from 6 to 7 p.m. Meetings will continue through October and early November. For more information, call Griselda Delgado, assistant superintendent of educational services, at 831-385-0606 x4315 (office) or 619-708-3427 (cell) or email [email protected].
KING CITY — A special King City High School collaboration with Sol Treasures will take place Saturday, Oct. 14. Musicians will be performing as Sol Treasures hosts a face painting in honor of Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) at the art center, 519 Broadway St. in King City. Featured in performance from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. are Equipo Elegante, Mustang Guitar students and the Mustang Marching Band. Guests are invited to stop by, treat themselves to some music and have their face painted.